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Warhammer Fest 2022: Kill Team heads to Moroch with Traitor Guard vs. Space Marines

Kill Team: Moroch

During Warhammer Fest 2022, a new Kill Team box set was revealed, Kill Team: Moroch. The next quarterly boxed set is packed with miniatures and terrain new and old! It’s another release for the game that’ll be sought after by fans of Kill Team as well as Warhammer 40,000 and hints at what’s to come!

The box contains the brand new Blooded Kill Team, aka Militarum Traitoris, aka Traitor Guard!

This new Kill Team features miniatures old and new with the Traitor Enforcer and Traitor Ogryn coming from an expansion for Blackstone Fortress. The rest are new and will fit perfectly with the already released miniatures from that game.

They’ll go up against the Adeptus Astartes and the Phobos Strike Team. This squad is based on the Incursor/Infiltrator set with an additional sprue.

Also in the box is terrain including a battlefield mat, landing pad, STC hab-bunker and stockades, and a vox-atenna and auspex shrine. If you missed the Battlezone Fronteris release or want more, this is a great chance to get it.

This box and a Core Book and you’re ready to dive into Kill Team!

Games Workshop Pre-Order Preview: Tyranids, Head to Thondia, Made to Order, and more!

After weeks of teasing, the Tyranids are coming! The release of the army is the highlight for Games Workshop’s pre-orders next week.

You’ll need to get the new Codex: Tyranids which features all of the updated rules you’ll need to build your swarm. The book features 128-pages and is available in a regular and Collector’s Edition.

Codex: Tyranids

With a new codex comes a new miniature in the Parasite of Mortex. The bat-winged horror attacks the enemy with its razor-sharp claws but it’s the ovipositor tail you need to watch out for.

Parasite of Mortex

If you need a quick way to build your force, there’s the Combat Patrol: Tyranids. The box features 36 Termagants, a Hive Tyrant, three Tyranid Warriors, and three Ripper Swarms for about 25 Power Level’s worth of miniatures.

Combat Patrol: Tyranids

You can show off your dedication to the swarm with Tyranids Datacards and Dice Sets.

Tyranids Datacards and Dice Sets

Space Marines get some reinforcements with some classic models that’ll be available Made to Order. You can get these Space Marine Captains to add to your force.

For Warhammer: Age of Sigmar, head to Thondia!

Season of War: Thondia contains rules for playing in the savage lands in open, narrative, and matched play. There’s also the terrifying incarnation of Ghur itself – the Krondspine Incarnate! The book is available in a regular and a limited edition version.

Season of War: Thondia

Realmscape: Thondian Strongpoint arrives delivering more scenery and terrain for the tabletop.

You might need a board to play on and Realmscape: Thondian Expanse has you covered. The fold-out double-sided board takes you to the wind-swept heartlands. Get multiple boards for bigger games! One side features cracked, red earth littered with bones while the other is a dark and gloomy marsh.

Realmscape: Thondian Expanse

Head to Middle-Earth with more classic miniatures celebrating 20 years!

One of the earliest releases for the game, The Fellowship of the Ring gathers once again! This set of nine models is a classic.

The Fellowship of the Ring

Another classic is The Battle at Khazad-dûm allowing you to re-enact the iconic scene. You get the Balrog and Gandalf in this set.

The Battle at Khazad-dûm

Escape from Orthanc features Gandalf, the great eagle Gwaihir, the sought-after Palantir, and Saruman.

Escape from Orthanc

Attack at Weathertop has the Ringwraiths attacking the hobbits in this set of ten miniatures that includes Aragorn, the Witch-King of Angmar, and a tiny fireplace.

Attack at Weathertop

Wrapping things up is the Ambush at Amon Hen recreating this key moment. Here’s your opportunity to get Boromir with arrows sticking out!

 Ambush at Amon Hen

White Dwarf 475 is coming with updated rules for Kharadron Overlords, info on Thondia, and so much more!

White Dwarf 475

Black Library won’t be outdone. You can get Classic Inferno! 46 via print on demand. It features Dan Abnett, CS Goto, Nathan Long, and CL Werner.

Classic Inferno! 46

Titanicus by Dan Abnett arrives in MP3 audiobook.

Titanicus

Graham McNeill‘s Lord of Mars also arrives in MP3.

Lord of Mars

Games Workshop Reveals its Exclusive Event Miniatures

Games Workshop has revealed this year’s exclusive event miniatures you’ll be able to pick up at Warhammer events around the world.

For Warhammer 40,000, meet the Primaris Company Champion! Armed with a master-crafted power sword, the character will be perfect to chop through the enemy. The Primaris Company Champion even has an entirely new datasheet for Legends games that includes three deadly Blade Stances! And if you want to use him in regular games, how about a squad leader or your Emperor’s Champion?

Mugruk Da Watcha comes from the world of Warhammer: Age of Sigmar. That seeing eye rock is sure to help get a better idea of what the Kruleboyz are up against.

You can get these two miniatures at events such as AdeptiCon and more!

Unboxing: Warhammer 40,000 Imperium #1

Warhammer 40,000 Imperium is finally available in the United States and Canada! We open up and show off the first package and what you get!

The first issue is an introduction to the game and hobby with enough to get you started and an idea of what to expect.

Even better, you can get the Primaris Lieutenant and Necron Royal Warden that have only been available on the Indomitus limited set or the Recruit Edition starter set. It’s a solid savings as character models got for much more than this issue’s cover price.

Below is what you get as well as a rough estimate in value and savings.

Contents:

  • Primaris Lieutenant
  • Royal Warden
  • Dice
  • Ruler
  • Magazine
  • Game ma
  • Poster

Value estimated – $14 to $20 (using ebay since models aren’t available on their own)
Magazine Prince $6.95 (+$3 for the upgrade)
Savings: $7.05 to $13.05

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T’au, Vigilus Alone, Blood Bowl, new JoyToy and More are available now from Games Workshop

The codex for Warhammer 40,000 are rolling out quickly in 2022! Codex: T’au Empire is one of the big releases available for pre-order now. It includes all the rules you need to field this army on the tabletop. You’ll find background lore, Crusade rules that allow you to start your own sphere of expansion, and more!

There are two editions including a collector’s edition featuring a premium soft-touch cover, printed page edges, and a black ribbon page marker.

Purchase: Collector’s Edition – $80Regular Edition – $50

Codex: T'au Empire

Darkstrider gets a new miniature complete with a cluster of scanning drones.

Purchase: Games Workshop – $35

Darkstrider

T’au Empire Ethereals provide spiritual guidance for the greater good. This is the first time this miniature has been released outside of the Start Collecting T’au box.

Purchase: Games Workshop – $30

T’au Empire Ethereals

Speaking of starting to collect, the Combat Patrol: T’au Empire arrives! Lead from the front with a Cadre Fireblade supported by a squad of Fire Warriors, while Stealth Battlesuits and a mighty Ghostkeel Battlesuit use their optic camouflage to flank the enemy, all guided by the wisdom of an Ethereal advisor.

Purchase: Games Workshop – $140

Combat Patrol: T’au Empire

Show off your belief in the greater good with the T’au Empire Dice Set.

Purchase: Games Workshop – $35

T’au Empire Dice Set

Keep track of your forces with the T’au Empire Datacards which act as an easy way to reference rules.

Purchase: Games Workshop – $25

T’au Empire Datacards

Getting some advanced tech with T’au Empire Forge World Kits. Add the destructive firepower of the massive KX139 Ta’unar Supremacy Armour, bring death from above with the AX 1-0 Tigershark, and recruit additional battlesuits in the form of the XV107 and XV109 variants at the same time as you buy your new codex.

That’s not the only thing coming for Warhammer 40,000. You’ll also be able to get War Zone Nachmund: Vigilus Alone. It features new rules and lore that takes you into the contested region and allow you to expand your narrative games. The supplement features an in-depth campaign system for Imperial and Chaos forces (plus xenos allies of convenience), extra Crusade rules for constructing an Army of Faith, a new Army of Renown for sneaky Space Marines, and a codex supplement for the angriest Adepta Sororitas, the Order of the Bloody Rose.

A collectors’ edition features a soft-touch cover with silver foil blocking, printed page edges, and a Vigilus poster that does double duty as a campaign tracker.

Purchase: Collector’s Edition – $80Regular Edition – $50

You’ll also be able to get Crusade Mission Pack: Wars of Faith. It contains everything you need to battle in the Nachmund SYstem. Raise sacred shrines, topple your opponent’s houses of heresy, and take out the blasphemers! It features Crusade rules, 24 new Crusade missions (six each for Combat Patrol-, Incursion-, Strike Force-, and Onslaught-sized games), requisitions, agendas, and Battle Traits, as well as a table of special upgrades for your priest.

Purchase: Games Workshop – $40

Crusade Mission Pack: Wars of Faith

Space Marines get some much needed new releases starting with a Space Marine Captain in Gravis Armour. The miniature features three separate helmet options, a master-crafted power sword or chainsword, or two power fists.

Purchase: Games Workshop – $35

Space Marine Captain in Gravis Armour

Raise your banner with the Space Marines Primaris Ancient. It features two different flags and heads to choose from. It also features a bolt rifle slung over one shoulder and power sword.

Purchase: Games Workshop – $35

Space Marines Primaris Ancient

With rules in Vigilus Alone, go all in with the Order of the Bloody Rose and the Order of the Bloody Rose Dice Set.

Purchase: Games Workshop – $35

Order of the Bloody Rose Dice Set

JoyToy‘s next release will be available with the Invictor Tactical Warsuit.

Purchase: Games Workshop – $150

Invictor Tactical Warsuit

Blood Bowl gets a release with Spike! Presents 2021 Almanac. It features content from issues #11-13. The includes rules for Necromantic Horror, Black Orc, Imperial Nobility, and Khorne teams.

Purchase: Games Workshop – $50

Spike! Presents 2021 Almanac

From Black Library, you can sit back and enjoy a few new books.

Gitslayer gets a paperback release. The book by Darius Hinks sees Gotrek Gurnisson facing off against the Gloomspite Gitz.

Purchase: Games Workshop – $16

Gitslayer

Gothgul Hollow by Anna Stephens takes you into some Warhammer Horror about an ancient curse and the four who seek to break it.

Purchase: Games Workshop – $16

Gothgul Hollow

French versions of Urdesh: The Magister by Matthew Farrer and the Martyr and The Helwinter Gate by Chris Wraight will be available as well.

T’au Arrive, Vigilus Alone, Blood Bowl, new JoyToy and More Next Week from Games Workshop

The codex for Warhammer 40,000 are rolling out quickly in 2022! Codex: T’au Empire is one of the big releases available for pre-order this coming week. It includes all the rules you need to field this army on the tabletop. You’ll find background lore, Crusade rules that allow you to start your own sphere of expansion, and more!

There are two editions including a collector’s edition featuring a premium soft-touch cover, printed page edges, and a black ribbon page marker.

Codex: T'au Empire

Darkstrider gets a new miniature complete with a cluster of scanning drones.

Darkstrider

T’au Empire Ethereals provide spiritual guidance for the greater good. This is the first time this miniature has been released outside of the Start Collecting T’au box.

T’au Empire Ethereals

Speaking of starting to collect, the Combat Patrol: T’au Empire arrives! Lead from the front with a Cadre Fireblade supported by a squad of Fire Warriors, while Stealth Battlesuits and a mighty Ghostkeel Battlesuit use their optic camouflage to flank the enemy, all guided by the wisdom of an Ethereal advisor.

Combat Patrol: T’au Empire

Show off your belief in the greater good with the T’au Empire Dice Set.

T’au Empire Dice Set

Keep track of your forces with the T’au Empire Datacards which act as an easy way to reference rules.

T’au Empire Datacards

Getting some advanced tech with T’au Empire Forge World Kits. Add the destructive firepower of the massive KX139 Ta’unar Supremacy Armour, bring death from above with the AX 1-0 Tigershark, and recruit additional battlesuits in the form of the XV107 and XV109 variants at the same time as you buy your new codex.

That’s not the only thing coming for Warhammer 40,000. You’ll also be able to get War Zone Nachmund: Vigilus Alone. It features new rules and lore that takes you into the contested region and allow you to expand your narrative games. The supplement features an in-depth campaign system for Imperial and Chaos forces (plus xenos allies of convenience), extra Crusade rules for constructing an Army of Faith, a new Army of Renown for sneaky Space Marines, and a codex supplement for the angriest Adepta Sororitas, the Order of the Bloody Rose.

A collectors’ edition features a soft-touch cover with silver foil blocking, printed page edges, and a Vigilus poster that does double duty as a campaign tracker.

You’ll also be able to get Crusade Mission Pack: Wars of Faith. It contains everything you need to battle in the Nachmund SYstem. Raise sacred shrines, topple your opponent’s houses of heresy, and take out the blasphemers! It features Crusade rules, 24 new Crusade missions (six each for Combat Patrol-, Incursion-, Strike Force-, and Onslaught-sized games), requisitions, agendas, and Battle Traits, as well as a table of special upgrades for your priest.

Crusade Mission Pack: Wars of Faith

Space Marines get some much needed new releases starting with a Space Marine Captain in Gravis Armour. The miniature features three separate helmet options, a master-crafted power sword or chainsword, or two power fists.

Space Marine Captain in Gravis Armour

Raise your banner with the Space Marines Primaris Ancient. It features two different flags and heads to choose from. It also features a bolt rifle slung over one shoulder and power sword.

Space Marines Primaris Ancient

With rules in Vigilus Alone, go all in with the Order of the Bloody Rose and the Order of the Bloody Rose Dice Set.

Order of the Bloody Rose Dice Set

JoyToy‘s next release will be available with the Invictor Tactical Warsuit.

Invictor Tactical Warsuit

Blood Bowl gets a release with Spike! Presents 2021 Almanac. It features content from issues #11-13. The includes rules for Necromantic Horror, Black Orc, Imperial Nobility, and Khorne teams.

Spike! Presents 2021 Almanac

From Black Library, you can sit back and enjoy a few new books.

Gitslayer gets a paperback release. The book by Darius Hinks sees Gotrek Gurnisson facing off against the Gloomspite Gitz.

Gitslayer

Gothgul Hollow by Anna Stephens takes you into some Warhammer Horror about an ancient curse and the four who seek to break it.

Gothgul Hollow

French versions of Urdesh: The Magister by Matthew Farrer and the Martyr and The Helwinter Gate by Chris Wraight will be available as well.

Games Workshop’s 2021 Battleforces are Available Now

This year’s Battle Box releases are now available to order from Games Workshop! Each box retails for $210 which is a savings of about $50 per box.

There are four Battleforces for Warhammer: Age of Sigmar.

Nothing says Christmas like Vampires! The Revenant Legion has everything you need featuring 66 models including a bestial Vengorian Lord, five barded Blood Knights, 20 Deathrattle Skeleton warriors, and 40 Deadwalker Zombies!

Revenant Legion

The Hedonites of Slaanesh are led by a Shardspeaker and features three Slaangor Fiendbloods, ten Blissbarb archers – plus a lowly homunculus – and five Exalted Seekers which can be built as either Slickblades or Blissbarbs. Then there are ten elite warriors you can build as Mymirdesh Painbringers or frenzied Symbraesh Twinsouls.

Hedonites of Slaanesh

The Lumineth Realm-Lords Battleforce features Vanari Auralan Wardens, Bladelords, Dawnriders, and a Starshard Ballista, all led by a Vanari Bannerblade and a Lord Regent, this is the perfect Tyrionic hammer for newly arrived Realm-lords.

 Lumineth Realm-Lords

Ossiarch Bonereapers is commanded by a Mortisan Boneshaper and a Soulreaper, these immortal debt collectors include 20 Mortek Guard and three Necropolis Stalkers – or three Immortis Guard, if you prefer. A Gothizzar Harvester refashions errant bones into new constructs for the army, while the Mortek Crawler hurls the gift of caskets of screaming souls at besieged enemies.

Ossiarch Bonereapers

 There are six Battleforces for Warhammer 40,000 as well.

Prepare for war with the Space Marines “Shieldbreaker Strike Force” Battleforce. It includes a Captain and his entourage of Bladeguard Veterans lead a balanced heavy infantry force of 10 Intercessors, 10 Assault Intercessors, and five Heavy Intercessors. Meanwhile, a fast and agile Storm Speeder Hailstrike is perfect for flanking enemy forces, or taking down hard targets when built either as the Hammerstrike or Thunderstrike variant.

Space Marines "Shieldbreaker Strike Force" Battleforce

The Adepta Sororitas “Purgatos Mission” has a Sister Dogmata commanding this force, which is composed of five Celestian Sacrosancts, 10 Battle Sisters, an Immolator armed transport, and a mighty Exorcist tank.

Adepta Sororitas "Purgatos Mission"

The Adeptus Mechanicus “Omnissiah’s Talon” features Five speedy Pteraxii, five stealthy Ruststalkers, and three Serberys Raiders make up the core of this battleforce, supported by the Ironstrider Ballistarii’s powerful cognis lascannons. Behind them marches a unit of 10 Skitarii Rangers and their Tech-priest Manipulus commander.

Adeptus Mechanicus "Omnissiah's Talon"

The Death Guard “Plaguefester Warband” features a Champion and Icon Bearer leading seven Plague Marines and three Deathshroud Terminators. Three Myphitic Blight-haulers and a Plagueburst Crawler cover their march.

Death Guard "Plaguefester Warband"

Rise from a slumber with the Necrons “Worldscour Legion”. A Psychomancer cryptek leads the force, with a unit of 10 Necron Warriors and three Scarab Swarms. Also included is a Lokhust Heavy Destroyer, three Ophydian Destroyers, five Flayed Ones, and two huge Canoptek Doomstalkers.

Necrons "Worldscour Legion"

The Orks “Killdakka Warband” features five Nobz, 20 Boyz, and 10 Gretchin with their Runtherd handler, Da Boss on his Deffkilla Wartrike. Also included is a Big Mek with Shokk Attack Gun and a Dakkajet.

Orks "Killdakka Warband"

There’s also some new releases for the Middle-Earth: Strategy Battle Game! Expand your scenery choices with some new items from GW!

The Rohan Stronghold features a village of houses, as well as walls and watchtowers to help build your own Rohan settlement. It retails for $280.

Rohan Stronghold

Battleforces Highlight Games Workshops Pre-Orders for Next Week

Games Workshop has revealed this year’s new battle box releases and they’ll soon be available for order! There are four Battleforces for Warhammer: Age of Sigmar.

Nothing says Christmas like Vampires! The Revenant Legion has everything you need featuring 66 models including a bestial Vengorian Lord, five barded Blood Knights, 20 Deathrattle Skeleton warriors, and 40 Deadwalker Zombies!

Revenant Legion

The Hedonites of Slaanesh are led by a Shardspeaker and features three Slaangor Fiendbloods, ten Blissbarb archers – plus a lowly homunculus – and five Exalted Seekers which can be built as either Slickblades or Blissbarbs. Then there are ten elite warriors you can build as Mymirdesh Painbringers or frenzied Symbraesh Twinsouls.

Hedonites of Slaanesh

The Lumineth Realm-Lords Battleforce features Vanari Auralan Wardens, Bladelords, Dawnriders, and a Starshard Ballista, all led by a Vanari Bannerblade and a Lord Regent, this is the perfect Tyrionic hammer for newly arrived Realm-lords.

 Lumineth Realm-Lords

Ossiarch Bonereapers is commanded by a Mortisan Boneshaper and a Soulreaper, these immortal debt collectors include 20 Mortek Guard and three Necropolis Stalkers – or three Immortis Guard, if you prefer. A Gothizzar Harvester refashions errant bones into new constructs for the army, while the Mortek Crawler hurls the gift of caskets of screaming souls at besieged enemies.

Ossiarch Bonereapers

 There are six Battleforces for Warhammer 40,000 which will be available in December.

Prepare for war with the Space Marines “Shieldbreaker Strike Force” Battleforce. It includes a Captain and his entourage of Bladeguard Veterans lead a balanced heavy infantry force of 10 Intercessors, 10 Assault Intercessors, and five Heavy Intercessors. Meanwhile, a fast and agile Storm Speeder Hailstrike is perfect for flanking enemy forces, or taking down hard targets when built either as the Hammerstrike or Thunderstrike variant.

Space Marines "Shieldbreaker Strike Force" Battleforce

The Adepta Sororitas “Purgatos Mission” has a Sister Dogmata commanding this force, which is composed of five Celestian Sacrosancts, 10 Battle Sisters, an Immolator armed transport, and a mighty Exorcist tank.

Adepta Sororitas "Purgatos Mission"

The Adeptus Mechanicus “Omnissiah’s Talon” features Five speedy Pteraxii, five stealthy Ruststalkers, and three Serberys Raiders make up the core of this battleforce, supported by the Ironstrider Ballistarii’s powerful cognis lascannons. Behind them marches a unit of 10 Skitarii Rangers and their Tech-priest Manipulus commander.

Adeptus Mechanicus "Omnissiah's Talon"

The Death Guard “Plaguefester Warband” features a Champion and Icon Bearer leading seven Plague Marines and three Deathshroud Terminators. Three Myphitic Blight-haulers and a Plagueburst Crawler cover their march.

Death Guard "Plaguefester Warband"

Rise from a slumber with the Necrons “Worldscour Legion”. A Psychomancer cryptek leads the force, with a unit of 10 Necron Warriors and three Scarab Swarms. Also included is a Lokhust Heavy Destroyer, three Ophydian Destroyers, five Flayed Ones, and two huge Canoptek Doomstalkers.

Necrons "Worldscour Legion"

The Orks “Killdakka Warband” features five Nobz, 20 Boyz, and 10 Gretchin with their Runtherd handler, Da Boss on his Deffkilla Wartrike. Also included is a Big Mek with Shokk Attack Gun and a Dakkajet.

Orks "Killdakka Warband"

There’s also some new releases for the Middle-Earth: Strategy Battle Game! Expand your scenery choices with some new items from GW!

The Rohan Stronghold features a village of houses, as well as walls and watchtowers to help build your own Rohan settlement.

Rohan Stronghold

Pick up this recreation of Amon Hen. Play out Boromir’s last stand!

Amon Hen

The Horus Heresy has a new release with the Sons of Horus Cataphractii Praetor! Lead your forces and earn favor by showing off its combat and tactical prowess!

Sons of Horus Cataphractii Praetor

Games Workshop Reveals its Warhammer: 40,000 Battleforces

It’s Battleforce Day and Games Workshop has revealed this year’s releases, a new annual tradition! There are six Battleforces for Warhammer 40,000 which will be available in December.

Prepare for war with the Space Marines “Shieldbreaker Strike Force” Battleforce. It includes a Captain and his entourage of Bladeguard Veterans lead a balanced heavy infantry force of 10 Intercessors, 10 Assault Intercessors, and five Heavy Intercessors. Meanwhile, a fast and agile Storm Speeder Hailstrike is perfect for flanking enemy forces, or taking down hard targets when built either as the Hammerstrike or Thunderstrike variant.

Space Marines "Shieldbreaker Strike Force" Battleforce

The Adepta Sororitas “Purgatos Mission” has a Sister Dogmata commanding this force, which is composed of five Celestian Sacrosancts, 10 Battle Sisters, an Immolator armed transport, and a mighty Exorcist tank.

Adepta Sororitas "Purgatos Mission"

The Adeptus Mechanicus “Omnissiah’s Talon” features Five speedy Pteraxii, five stealthy Ruststalkers, and three Serberys Raiders make up the core of this battleforce, supported by the Ironstrider Ballistarii’s powerful cognis lascannons. Behind them marches a unit of 10 Skitarii Rangers and their Tech-priest Manipulus commander.

Adeptus Mechanicus "Omnissiah's Talon"

The Death Guard “Plaguefester Warband” features a Champion and Icon Bearer leading seven Plague Marines and three Deathshroud Terminators. Three Myphitic Blight-haulers and a Plagueburst Crawler cover their march.

Death Guard "Plaguefester Warband"

Rise from a slumber with the Necrons “Worldscour Legion”. A Psychomancer cryptek leads the force, with a unit of 10 Necron Warriors and three Scarab Swarms. Also included is a Lokhust Heavy Destroyer, three Ophydian Destroyers, five Flayed Ones, and two huge Canoptek Doomstalkers.

Necrons "Worldscour Legion"

The Orks “Killdakka Warband” features five Nobz, 20 Boyz, and 10 Gretchin with their Runtherd handler, Da Boss on his Deffkilla Wartrike. Also included is a Big Mek with Shokk Attack Gun and a Dakkajet.

Orks "Killdakka Warband"
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