Games Workshop latest pre-orders are up and it’s Ork-tastic as the latest army has been released for Warhammer 40K.
You can now field the Ork army you always dreamed of, complete with new Stratagems, rules for the Clans, new datasheets and much more with the new codex, available in print, enhanced and strictly limited collector’s edition of Codex Orks.
Spearhead your new Ork vehicles with the Deffkilla Wartrike – a fast-moving HQ option that crosses a mighty Warboss with a jet-powered buggy.
Capable of blasting enemies with no fewer than FOUR deadly varieties of Squig, the flexible Rukkatrukk Squigbuggy has a spot in any army.
Combine the firepower of a Dakkajet, the speed of a buggy and the insanity of an Ork in the armour-destroying Megatrakk Scrapjet, a grounded Ork Flyer armed to the teeth with guns and explosives.
Few vehicles boast as much firepower as the Boomdakka Snazzwagon, specialized in annihilating enemies in a single burst of it’s “mek speshul”.
Available to all Ork armies, the Mekboy Workshop is a terrain piece can repair anything from buggies to Stompas – as well as providing them with all sorts of Orky enhancements.
Blessed by Gork and Mork themselves (okay, not really), these dice have been specially designed to match your Ork army.
If you’re facing Orks, you’ll need an Ork hunter. Did you miss Sly Marbo last year? Here’s your second chance to grab the infamous one-man army for your own Astra Militarum collection.
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November’s White Dwarf is also available. Learn how to model your Ork vehicles, discover Speed Freeks and pick up painting tips in your essential monthly hobby update.