Warhammer Underworlds: Deathgorge is the latest Warhammer Underworlds release, a sub-zero setting for the next season of the game. The box has everything you need for new and old players including two new warbands, Rivals decks, rulebook with updated rules, and dice and tokens.
The release features The Thricefold Discord a trio of Slaanesh daemons who despise each other. They take on the Idoneth Deepkin with Cyreni’s Razors.
Each warband comes with its own Rivals deck that can you use to open, shuffle, and play games with straight away, but Deathgorge also contains two universal Rivals decks – Breakneck Slaughter and Force of Frost – which you can use with your warband of choice, or raid for cards to use when creating Nemesis decks.
This coming weekend’s pre-orders from Games Workshop have been revealed and there’s a little something for everyone!
The big release is Fury of the Deep for Warhammer: Age of Sigmar which sees Fyreslayers taking on Idoneth Deepkin!
The box features two forces ready for you to put together and clash on the table including brand new miniatures! The Auric Flamekeeper draws strength from his fallen comrades to bolster nearby allies, while the Akhelian Thrallmaster corrals his soulless Namarti troops and spurs them onwards to greater heights of violence.
Fury of the Deep includes a 40-page booklet full of history, 43 miniatures, a token sheet, and nine warscroll cards, as well as a 56-page Warhammer: Age of Sigmar Core Rules book. It sounds like a nice way to start in the game.
Warhammer Underworlds gets a release to start the year, Gorlok Blackpowder and his motley crew! The crew features two gnoblar minions, trusty parrot Shreek, and a monkey with a knife! Blackpowder is massive picking off foes from afar with his grunderbuss.
Also coming is the Illusory Might deck which features 32 brand new cards to shake up strategies. The deck can be used with whatever Warband you want! As part of the new Rivals format, it’s a ready-to-play selection of cards to quickly get into the action and play. They can also be used in existing decks and warbands taking advantage of Harrowdeep’s new Illusion and Grievous mechanics.
Bless be Nurgle as Blood Bowl gets a pitch, dice, and cards to show off one’s devotion in the game. The Nurgle pitch features two sides with one side featuring a simmering infestation below the surface, while the other blooms into a full-blown plague garden complete with toothy growths erupting from the sod.
Nurgle-themed dice are also coming as well as Team Cards which create a handy reference in the game including Star Players and Special Plays.
Aeronautica Imperialis expands with the Aeronautica Imperialis – Companion. The book features new rules, aircraft, and factions as well as content already released in White Dwarf, allowing you to field squadrons from the Necrons, Asuryani, and Adeptus Astartes. Also included is a deeper dogfighting experience with expanded damage rules, new Ace abilities, and the challenges of limited ammunition.
But, that’s not all for the game as Forge World gets some releases for the Necrons! Each set contains two planes buildable as either Night Shroud bombers or Doom Scythe fighters! One is focused on speed and maneuverability and the other takes on rival interceptors!
White Dwarf #472 is on the horizon too. It features the finale of A Tale of Four Warlords, rules for Genestealer Cults Kill Teams, and a new Flashpoint set in the Nachmund Gauntlet. There’s also a focus on Ossiarch Bonereapers with new and updated rules!
From Black Library comes some new releases.
Harrowdeep is a collection of three novellas by Gary Kloster, Noah Van Nguyen, and David Annandale.
In The End of Enlightenment by Richard Strachan, a powerful Alarith Stonemage must go on a quest from Teclis himself and battle Nagash’s Ossiarch generals.
This week the Deathwatch and Idoneth Deepkin fill out Games Workshop‘s pre-orders.
The elite amongst the elite, carefully selected and recruited for their exceptional abilities, the Deathwatch are a thin black line, a sentinel that stands between the Imperium and alien threats unimaginable. Always outnumbered – such is the staggering scale of the hordes they face – this noble brotherhood has stood stout against countless invasions, and will face countless more. You can get Codex: Deathwatch now for $40.
What’s a force without troops?
Watch Captain Artemis is a warrior born. Mastering the arts of battle as a mortal, then a Space Marine, and finally as an officer of the Deathwatch, he has become a supreme weapon in the fight against the xenos. Artemis fights with a thrumming power sword and a lethal combi-bolter known as Hellfire Extremis, and carries a stasis bomb as a weapon of last resort. Get him now for $25.
You can now upgrade a set of 10 Primaris Intercessors – the fighting core of a Primaris Space Marines force – to represent the noble brotherhood of the Deathwatch with this bundle. Grab it for $72.50.
Can can also upgrade a Primaris Apothecary – medic and harvester of the progenoid organs from fallen Space Marines – to represent the noble brotherhood of the Deathwatch with this bundle. Get it for $47.50.
Designed to make it easier to keep track of Tactical Objectives and Stratagems in games of Warhammer 40,000, the Datacards: Deathwatch are a set of 74 cards – each featuring artwork on the reverse – is an indispensable tool in the arsenal of any Deathwatch gamer. They retail for $15.
Shrugging off enemy missiles, the Akhelian Leviadon plunges into the fray. Scythed fins dismember foes while the beast’s powerful jaws clamp down with enough force to crush tempered steel. Add this kit to your Idoneth Deepkin for $115.
For one week only you can get classic Dark Elf figures in through Games Workshop’s mail to order system Warhammer Legends.
Hidden for centuries beneath the oceans of the Mortal Realms, the Idoneth Deepkin have finally surfaced – a magnificent and terrifying race of soul-stealing reavers with mastery of the strange magics of the seas.
Games Workshop has revealed this all new army for Age of Sigmar.
Aelves riding sharks and giant turtles with bolt throwers people!!!
Hinted at in the Daughters of Khaine battletome, the Idoneth Deepkin are coming to Warhammer: Age of Sigmar. This is a new force for the miniature wargame, so what we can expect is anyone’s guess. There have been “Menfish” in previous iterations of the game, but this is the first proper army.
It also makes clearer the below video teaser released by Games Workshop in February.