Warcry, Blood Bowl, Necromunda, and 40K are All Available for this Week’s Pre-Orders from Games Workshop
It feels like a week where there’s something for everyone when it comes to the upcoming pre-orders from Games Workshop. So many different games are represented including the beginning of the reveals from Warhammer Day.
Celebrate the festive season with this limited edition model of Da Red Gobbo and Bounca. You can get it directly from Games Workshop for $35 or $29.75 and up from ebay shops.
Warcry: Red Harvest is here with two new warbands, new terrain, and everything you need to start playing. You can pick from the Tarantulos Brood or the Darkoath Savagers to do battle. New rules allow you to activate machinery and push enemy fighters to their doom in molten pits!
Along with 23 plastic Citadel Miniatures and 28 terrain pieces, the box also includes rules, a board, cards, token, and dice – everything you need to begin your conquest of the Eightpoints. It’s available from Games Workshop for $210.
The Octarius campaign continues for Warhammer 40,000. War Zone Octarius Book 2: Critical Mass will be available delivering the conclusion to the epic conflict.
The book contains a codex supplement for the Blood Axes, updated Index rules for Rogue Trader crews, a Speed Freeks Army of Renown, and rules for embarking on an Octarius Sector Campaign with new Legendary missions, branching mission trees, and powerful Crusade relics up for grabs. There’s also rules for looted vehicles in Ork Crusade armies!
You can get it in a collector’s edition for $80 or the standard edition for $50 directly from Games Workshop. The standard edition is available for $42.50 from ebay shops.
Also coming is a new Crusade mission pack, Catastrophe. This release introduces Treachery and Honour system which offers new ways to play multiplayer games. Included are 21 new missions (six each for Combat Patrol, Incursion, and Strike Force-sized games, and three for Onslaught games), along with a host of bespoke Stratagems, Battle Traits, and Agendas. It also includes the new Underdog system, which can help you grasp victory from the jaws of certain defeat. It’s available for $40 from Games Workshop. You can find it for $34 and up from ebay shops.
Finally, you can get a pack of dice in dark green with an Inquisitorial rosette and xenos skull. The dice are available from Games Workshop for $35.
Finally, Warhammer 40,000 Sisters of Battle #3 is out from Marvel. The issue features an exclusive cover only available from Games Workshop. It’s available for $4.99 directly from Games Workshop.
Cawdor get the focus in Necromunda. You’ll be able to get the Cawdor Weapons and Upgrade kit which is compatible with the Cawdor gang and features 14 alternate weapons. Also included are 10 heads to personalize your gang. You can get the pack for $25 from Games Workshop.
Blood for the blood god. Skulls for the skull throne! Khorne comes to Blood Bowl with the Skull-Tribe Slaughterers. You can get the team for $40 from Games Workshop.
Spike! Journal 13 unleashes all of this with the background and history of Khorne teams in Blood Bowl. It has all the rules for fielding your new players along with sample rosters and more! The Spike! is available for $15.
You’ll need a proper pitch, dice, and card pack to show your allegiance to Khorne. You can get all of these as well giving you some home-field advantage. The pitch is $47, the cards are $27, and the dice are $18.
Black Library has some new releases starting with the next chapter in the Dawn of Fire series. Dawn of Fire III: Wolftime has Logan Grimnar and his Chapter attempting to stem the tide of rampaging Orks led by Ghazghkull himself!
You can get this book in a special edition limited to 2,000 copies that has a debossed leather-effect cover, foil blocking, and an additional short story, as well as signed by the author. The limited edition version is $75.
You’ll also be able to get The Wolftime as a paperback, epub, or audiobook as well. The paperback version is $16.
Da Gobbo’s Revenge is a hardback book available for $8.99. The lowliest of ork society throws off the yoke of oppression in this novella from Mark Brooks.