At the Las Vegas Open 2020, Games Workshop has revealed Qin Xa of the White Scars! There’s more to come about the Master of Keshig.
Also announced is that Forge World’s indexes are being updated. All-new books with updated rules for units and armies are being worked on which means the current indexes are going away. Pick them up now if you want any!
It’s finally happening! HMO Collectibles has revealed the pre-order date for their Guilliman vs. Chaos Space Marine diorama. Created collaboratively with Games Workshop, the limited edition figure will be available for pre-order on November 24, 2018.
The diorama will have low numbers, limited to 3000 pieces. Guilliman is 1/6 scale, measures 25″ tall and is reproduced in high end resin and specialty paint designs.
This is the first time that such iconic and epic scenes and characters are brought to life in high definition large scale format.
The link to pre-order will go live November 24, 2018 at 10am EST and those interested are encouraged to RSVP to stay on top of things.
A price has yet to be revealed.
Easy entry points are a struggle for tabletop miniature games and companies like Games Workshop. The publisher has been focusing on more board game releases over the recent years which not only provides a game to play but also miniatures you can use to build an army down the road. They’re an introduction to the world and hobby.
At New York Toy Fair the company unveiled two new games, Space Marine Adventures and Blitz Bowl. Both are playable out of the box and will be released later this year.
Space Marine Adventures is for 1 – 4 players who attempt to break into the Necron labyrinth. Each character plays a unique Space Marine with special skills and from photos, the characters look like the hard to get Japanese Space Marine Heroes and each figure representing a unique chapter. The miniatures are assembled from easy-build kits. An easy introduction into the 41st Millennium and Warhammer 40,0000. The game is suitable for players 8 and up.
Blitz Bowl is set in the Blood Bowl arena. Gameplay is with smaller teams and faster actions. playing similarly, but with smaller teams and faster actions. The game’s concept and contents are similar to another similar product from the past, Kerrunch.
A being of thunderous zeal and stone made manifest, is how many described the Primarch of the VIIth Legion. The zeal was the fire of a son who believed in his father’s dream for the Imperium without reservation and without question. To Rogal Dorn there was no higher purpose to the existence of the Legiones Astartes than the unification of Mankind, and the illumination of the Imperium’s ideals. This idealism drove Dorn and his Legion ever onwards, never compromising, never stinting in any aspect of duty. The stone in his soul was his ability to bear whatever his father needed of him, an unyielding nature, which made him both a master of defence in war, and an indomitable fighter on the attack.
This multi-part resin kit contains the components necessary to assemble Rogal Dorn. Rogal Dorn is supplied as 24 parts, and comes with 2 bases – the first is a 40mm gaming base, which slots snugly into a 105x70mm oval diorama base. The diorama base features a series of concrete steps, with the body of a deceased Space Marine (and parts of another) lying at Dorn’s triumphant feet.
Rules for Rogal Dorn can be found in The Horus Heresy Legiones Astartes: Age of Darkness Legions.
Get it now for £75.
Imperial Fists Legion Templar Brethren collects together everything you need to make a set of 5 Imperial Fists Legion Templar Brethren with this bundle of miniatures and upgrades. Included:
- A Legion Mk IV Despoiler Squad: a multi-part resin kit comprising 5 Space Marines armed with bolt pistols and chainswords;
- A Templar Brethren Squad Upgrade Set: a 36 piece resin upgrade kit which includes 6 heads, 5 torsos, 5 combat shields, 5 power swords, 1 Champion’s power sword, 10 shoulder pads, a nuncio-vox backpack, a Legion vexilla, a Solarite power gauntlet and an archaeotech pistol.
Retails for £50.
It wasn’t that long ago that WizKids revealed they entered a partnership with Games Workshop and hinted that the world of Warhammer 40,000 would be coming to Dice Masters. The first release has now been revealed, Warhammer 40,000 Dice Masters: Battle for Ultramar Campaign Box.
Players can pit the Ultramarines against the Deathguard or mix them together. Whether players are interested in a game or two between Warhammer skirmishes or building the perfect team, this is a release that can’t be missed!
Also being released are two team packs, one for Orks and the other for Space Wolves.
The date for release is currently July 2018.
Games Workshop has lots for fans of Space Marines in this week’s new pre-orders.
Pick up the collector’s edition Primaris Intercessor Veteran Sergeant and commemorate Warhammer 40,000‘s special anniversary! Packed with detail and with an option of two different heads, this model will look right at home in your collection leading your Primaris Space Marines Intercessors to battle. Don’t delay – get yours before he’s gone!
The 5-man Primaris Space Marines Reivers Combat Squad is perfect for assassinating key enemy characters and disrupting infantry.
Bring your units from Dark Imperium up to Tactical Squad strength with the 5-man Primaris Space Marines Intercessors Combat Squad.
Need to squeeze some anti-armour into your army? The Primaris Space Marines Hellblasters Combat Squad unit is small enough to fit into any list with ease.
Games Workshop has teased this coming week’s pre-orders and fans of Space Marines will be happy with a few options and new items to pick up. Warhammer 40,000 is nearly 30 years old and the big items for the week is the ability to pre-order the Collector’s Edition Primaris Intercessor Veteran Sergeant.
This miniature is packed with detail, drawing on design cues from as early as Rogue Trader and synthesising them with the modern Primaris Space Marine. These include purity seals, a sheathed power sword and a Crux Terminatus, while other details on the miniature like the left shoulder pad have been left blank to allow you to customise your model to fit your favourite Chapter.
Space Marine players are also getting three kits – one for Intercessors, one for Reivers, and one for Hellblasters – and each builds 5 Primaris Space Marines. These are perfect if you’re just looking for a small squad to add to your army or help bulk out your force.
You’ll be able to pre-order your 30th Anniversary Primaris Veteran Sergeant and the Combat Squad kits this coming weekend.
Games Workshop has new items this week to help boost Space Marine players, help modelers, and new bases to make your models stand out.
Strike from above with the new Primaris Inceptors multi-part kit, featuring powerful new plasma weapons and tons of extras to customise your models.
The Primaris Space Marines Upgrades allow you to customise your Space Marines with Chapter symbols, weapons, new heads, accessories and more to show your allegiance to the Ultramarines.
Get the Warhammer 40,000 Astartes Dice themed dice and match them to your Space Marines with four different designs in one set.
GW also has new ways for you to base your figures including Citadel Skulls, Barbed Bracken, Creeping Vines, and Mordheim Turf.
Warhammer 40,000 is nearing 30 years old and Games Workshop is celebrating it with a new collector’s edition Space Marine. The game company has revealed the 30th Anniversary Primaris Veteran Sergeant which will seen be available for pre-order.
The figure sports MkX Tacticus armor and full of details that tie it to previously released figures like a Crux Terminatus, sheathed sword, and marksman’s honor. The figure also comes with two different heads, helmeted or unhelmeted.
You’ll be able to pre-order the figure September 2nd and it’ll be available at stores a week after that.
For the Emperor!
(via Games Workshop)