It’s a hodge podge upcoming pre-order week for Games Workshop with releases for Warhammer: Age of Sigmar, Warhammer: The Horus Heresy, the Middle-Earth Strategy Battle Game, and Black Library. Check out everything you’ll be able to soon get.
The Flesh-eater Courts Army Set is the first place to get some of the new models coming for the Flesh-eater Court. It’s packed with what you need to muster a glittering new host of noble knights and redoubtable peasants.
The set contains 25 completely new plastic miniatures: one mighty Abhorrant Gorewarden as general, his trusty Varghulf Courtier, 3 lightning-fast Morbheg Knights, and 20 obdurate Cryptguard.
There’s also an exclusive launch edition of the new 88-page Battletome: Flesh-eater Courts, 27 warscroll cards, 30 tokens, and 33 enhancement cards, all of which are only available in this set (though the battletome will be released separately in a different format).
For those who want something more futuristic and with speed comes the MKVI Assault Squad for Warhammer: The Horus Heresy. This is a box of 10 plastic Assault Marines for deployment in your Horus Heresy games. You get enough components to arm your squad with chainswords and either bolt pistols or combat shields, plus a range of accessories, and a Sergeant with extra weapons options and two heads. The kit is entirely compatible with all MKVI upgrade sets, including Legion-specific accessories.
Games Workshop is making it a bit easier to get the iconography right on your miniatures with the Legiones Astartes Transfer Sheet. It features general squad markings, honour signs, numerals and lettering suited for all 18 Legions. The Infantry sheet contains 1,280 decals in total, while the Vehicle sheet includes 510. Note that there’s no Legion-specific heraldry included on either set of transfers.
Head to Middle-earth and the Middle-Earth Strategy Battle Game with two releases.
King of the Dead and Heralds get a Clear Plastic version. It’s a translucent blue plastic featuring the King of the Dead and two Heralds brandishing Banners of the Dead. This is a recast of the current models, taking on a more ghostly form as they bring ruin to the forces of Mordor.
The king gets his army with the Warriors of the Dead also in Clear Plastic. This set contains 20 Warriors of the Dead cast in the same clear blue plastic. These are also existing miniatures which have been recast for a ghostly effect.
Both of these clear plastic kits will be available while stocks last.
White Dwarf 495 features information on all the new Tyranids and the Fourth Tyrannic War. You’ll also find new special mission rules for Boarding Actions in the current edition of Warhammer 40,000, Warcry rules for taking your Free City fighters on a Dawnbringer Crusade, Kill Team rules for jungle warfare – complete with jungle cards – and much, much more.
The surprise second holiday release is here with Da Grotmas Gitz. This model will be available for a strictly limited period in December, so snap yours up quick!
Spruce up your bases with Brimstein Firegrass, vermillion grass tufts, which are perfect for scorched battlefield. In all, you get 155 tufts in four different sizes.
Black Library has multiple releases to keep you entertained during the holiday season.
Vaults of Terra Collection gets a special edition. Chris Wraight’s thrilling trilogy about corruption at the very heart of Humanity’s home world is limited to just 1,500 copies signed by the author. All three volumes are collected in a fancy slipcase with leather-effect covers, ribbon bookmarks, and an extra short story in each.
Two more classic titles come to MP3 audiobook for the first time. In Steven B Fischer’s Witchbringer, former Cadian Captain Glavia Aerand’s newfound psychic talents press her into more hazardous service, while Commissar Gaunt and the Tanith First and Only are back in action in Blood Pact by Dan Abnett. Additionally, the Damocles collection of short stories has been re-recorded.
Black Library Advent eShorts 2023 return this December with one short story every two days in the run-up to Christmas. There are 12 stories in total, from luminaries such as Adrian Tchaikovsky, Nate Crowley, and Mike Brooks, telling tales from all the worlds of Warhammer. You can buy these eShorts separately, or purchase a subscription to get all 12 for the price of 10.
Warpfire Minis‘ Warpcrate has been a fun way to get random miniatures for Games Workshop‘s Warhammer 40K and Warhammer: Age of Sigmar. For $25 you received $40 of miniatures. You pick a minimum of three armies and how often you want to receive a box.
With price changes, the Warpcrate is getting an update.
The new Warpcrate will retail for $35 and guarantee at least $60 Games Workshop retail value. That guarantees a playable unit in each box. It also opens up the opportunity to include large kits like vehicles and monsters. In addition, factions that haven’t been available previously will now be an option. So, Leagues of Votann and Lumineth players, get ready.
The new Warpcrate will be capped so they can meet demand so people will want to head quickly to get theirs when the signups go live on December 6th at 12:00am!
Sumeros Summerking has returned! Behold, Ushoran, the Mortarch of Delusion, the most august and revered monarch in all the Mortal Realms. Ushorn was once the greatest and noblest champion of Nagash and was brought low by a twist of fate. Now, he’s a swollen goliath with an unquenchable thirst.
You’ll find all of that history in Dawnbringers Book IV – The Mad King Rises. In Aqshy, the crusade runs afoul of Lauka Vai’s Vengorian Courts, and in Ghyran it marches deep into Ushoran’s domain of New Summercourt. The Mad King Rises is the next chapter of Dawnbringers, bringing exciting plot developments, rules for every Death faction, and the return of Triumph and Treachery, a battlepack in which multiple players vie for success.
Joining Ushoran is a new chivalrous army. These new devoted servants, bold knights, and more are here for the Summerking to battle others on their mission to rescue the Mortal Realms from the grip of war, and establish a utopia of honor and majesty.
The Cryptguard protect their monarch’s estates. Lowly serfs have earned their privileges through valor and loyalty. They dine on the leftovers from the noble banquets.
Morbheg Knights ride winged steeds into battle delivering a pulverising charge.
Varghulf Courtiers bring strength as wandering champions who do battle wherever they find it.
The Abhorrant Cardinal are loyal to Ushoran alone enforcing the Summerking’s divine will with miracles.
Royal Decapitators carry out justice of the courts with little hesitation. They wield massive axes with zeal.
You’ll be able to get the next step in this army with the Flesh-eater Courts Army Set. This box contains a diligent Abhorrant Gorewarden, a blessed Varghulf Courtier, 20 Cryptguard eager to seek approval from the court, and three valiant Morbheg Knights. The army set also contains an exclusive edition of Battletome: Flesh-eater Courts, which lays out the full chivalric traditions of the kingdoms that pay fealty to the Lord of Masques, and a set of warscroll cards, enhancement cards, and tokens exclusive to the box.
Games Workshop is gearing up for the holidays with a packed week of pre-orders to deliver some holiday cheer. See what’s going up for pre-order soon and get your gift list ready.
Da Red Gobbo’s Surprise delivers your Christmas cheer. Just pay attention to what gets dropped down the chimney. Check out this year’s new holiday miniature and get ready to add it to your stocking.
This year’s Warhammer 40,000 army boxes include:
Collect some skulls for the skull throne and spill some blood with the Exalted of the Red Angel a perfect way to start or expand your WorldEaters. The box set includes:
Daemon Primarch Angron
Devour the worlds before you and build up your Tyranid force with the Onslaught Swarm. It features:
Winged Hive Tyrant
Defend the Imperium with the Spearhead Force. It’ll add some speed to your Space Marines with:
15 Jump Pack Intercessors
Captain with Jump Pack
Maybe a Waaargh is more your thing? Then get the Beast Snagga Stampede and deliver a good krumpin. The battleforce includes:
3 Squighog Boyz and a Nob on Smasha Squig
10 Beast Snagga Boyz
Kill Rig with
Start your Votann army with the Defenders of the Ancestors battleforce. Toil and earn with this elite band ready to deal some hard knocks that include:
10 Einhyr Hearthguard
Hekaton Land Fortress
Maybe armor and grunts are more your thing? Cadia stands with the Cadian Defence Force. The battleforce includes:
2 Rogal Dorn Battle Tanks
2 squads of 10 Cadian Shock Troopers
Cadian Command Squad
Maybe Warhammer: Age of Sigmar is more your thing?
The Vengorian Lords have succumbed to their bestial nature. You can build up your own Soulbright Gravelords with the Vengorian Court. It features:
5 Blood Knights
3 Fell Bats
20 Deathrattle Skeletons
10 Dire Wolves
Bring death and destruction for your Dark Master with the Warhorde of Eternus. The force includes:
Eternus, Blade of the First Prince
5 Chaos Knights
10 Chaos Warriors
3 Ogroid Theridons
5 Chaos Chosen
Follow the blessings with the Seraphon by getting the Primordial Starhost. The box set features:
3 Aggradon Lancers
10 Saurus Warriors
3 Terrawings and the Hunters of Huanchi
Maybe a shambling army of bone is more your thing? Then get the Praetorian Spearhead! The force features:
5 Kavalos Deathriders
4 Morghast constructs
10 Mortek Guard
There are also a few releases from Black Library coming as well!
Storm of Iron by Graham McNeill sees the defenders of Hydra Cordatus ill-prepared for a massive Iron Warriors host. Coming in hardback.
Leviathan by Darius Hinks tackles the opening throes of the Fourth Tyrannic War in a new paperback release.
Ragnar’s Claw by William King and The Daemon’s Curse by Dan Abnett and Mike Lee comes to audiobook for the first time.
There’s also a lot of gifts for your festivities. You can get Christmas cards, wrapping paper, and tree decorations. Prepare for 2024 with a calendar that comes with a poster of the cover of Codex: Leagues of Votann. Koyo delivers to advent calendars and a new Mystery pin collection. Merchoid has their own releases with four classy baubles with symbols from the Imperium, Adepta Sororitas, Chaos star, and emblems of the Grand Alliances of the Mortal Realms. There’s also a weathered tin tote bearing the Imperial aquila. Finally, celebrate with a toothy Squig bauble.
After the initial box set release, Warhammer: Age of Sigmar‘s Cities of Sigmar is getting a full, proper release. It’s a big week for Age of Sigmar with a lot of releases. Check out everything you’ll be able to order soon!
Battletome: Cities of Sigmar provides all the rules, background, and more you need to muster your force. It covers the history of Cities of Sigmar, features a detailed painting guide, a gallery of gorgeous miniatures, and all the rules you need to play them. That includes 50 warscrolls and Pitched Battle Profiles. Also included is a token board containing nine Order Rules Tokens and 32 Order Tokens. You can also get a limited edition version which features a red ribbon marker, gold glit page edges, and gold foil text.
Tahlia Vedra, Lioness of The Parch is a skilled mercenary whose keen strategic mind has seen her rise through the ranks of the Freeguilds – and revolutionize them in the process – Tahlia Vedra remains first and foremost a warrior of the people. Leading from the front lines, she rides her manticore Infernadine and inspires her fellow soldiers to fight with Aqshian ardour.
Pontifex Zenestra, Matriarch of The Great Wheel appeals to the faith in the God-King Sigmar. Uncompromising and unknowable, Zenestra is carried into battle on the back of a sacred palanquin, a curious skeletal double in tow, as her battlefield sermons whip allies into a frenzy.
The Freeguild Cavalier-Marshal is a general who can galvanize even the most beleaguered soldier into action. Though they often accompany Freeguild Cavaliers on line-breaking charges, these Marshals carry the weight of the logistics of the Dawnbringer Crusades, hence all the gear.
Freeguild Marshal & Relic Envoy are veterans who prefer a ground-level view of combat, sending orders down the line of battle via their Relic Envoys. The Marshal themselves have a wide array of build options, including three different heads, options for a shield in either hand, and a choice of weapons.
The Freeguild Command Corps are an eclectic bunch of characters each with their own specialisation. The group consists of a powerful Arch-Knight, a flag-waving Great Herald, an ever-watchful Whisperblade, a grim War Surgeon, a morbid Soul Shepherd, and their loyal Mascot Gargoylian, with a bevy of cosmetic customization options.
The Alchemite Warforger can imbue base metals with powerful Chamonic energy, turning regular swords and axes into blazing weapons, and magically reinforcing shields and breastplates.
Fusil-Major on Ogor Warhulk snipe enemy targets and relays their maneuvers, while the Ogor Warhulk hefts a towering shield and hefty club to defend their allies.
Freeguild Cavaliers prove their worth as veterans of many battles. These mounted fighters carry fine gear that they have either earned through lengthy service, or carried from their ransacked ancestral homes. This kit features a myriad of options for you to create units of uniquely majestic knights.
Freeguild Fusiliers deliver a concentrated volley of fire. Should a target somehow survive to attempt a retaliatory charge, this defensive line will form up behind their heavy pavises, reload, and unleash hell once more.
Freeguild Steelhelms make up the defensive walls of the Castelite formation. With discipline, determination, and unwavering faith in Sigmar, these humble men and women go toe to toe with hulking orruks, gibbering daemons, and undead fiends to secure their place in the Realms.
The Ironweld Great Cannon is a mighty artillery piece manned by an expert crew who ensure it fires a constant barrage of cannonballs, shells, and grapeshot. Firing only ceases when the cannon wheels forward to allow Freeguild Steelhelms and Cavaliers to sally forth from within their living fortification.
Dawnbringers: Book III – The Long Hunt is the next leg of the glorious campaign. Now powerful new allies join the Dawnbringers, as the Aqshian tail meets the Goretide, and the Ghyranite tail battles starving Ogor Gorgers. This supplement continues the epic narrative and includes rules for four new Armies of Renown and the second part of the Cities of Sigmar Path to Glory campaign with branching paths, boons, and setbacks.*
You can also get a limited edition of The Long Hunt, which features soft-fouch full cover art with gold foil lettering, a blue ribbon marker, and gilt page edges. This edition, displaying Ionus Cryptborn and his regal steed Cthorak in all their glory, is limited to just 300 individually numbered copies.
Neave Blacktalon is Sigmar’s foremost assassin, head of a specialist group of elite warriors. Neave, Hendrick the Silver Wolf, Rostus Oxenhammer, Shekinah Goldenblade, and the mysterious Idoneth Soulscryer Lorai, Child of the Abyss, are heroes who starred in the Warhammer TV show Blacktalon, now immortalized as five characterful miniatures.
Rules for The Blacktalons as a Regiment of Renown are featured in Dawnbringers: Book III – The Long Hunt, just in time for Neave’s full-length Black Library novel.
Ionus Cryptborn has returned in a menacing new form as the Warden of Lost Souls and you can get him in Cryptborn’s Stormwing. Mounted atop the mighty draconith Cthorak, this living legend soars through the skies, calling down scouring maelstroms with prayers to Sigmar. This box pairs Ionus with two Stormdrake Guards – one of which can be built as a Knight-Draconis – making it the perfect start to a Draconith Skywing, a new Stormcast Eternals Army of Renown which can be found in The Long Hunt.
The Blades of Belthanos is a new box set to expand or start your Sylvaneth army. Perched atop his Carnelian Greatspite, Belthanos is a herald of the dormant Sylvaneth God of the Hunt. The First Thorn of Kurnoth strikes from the trees, and rides out in this boxed set containing Belthanos himself, alongside three Kurnoth Hunters with a variety of weapons, and three Revenant Seekers, which can also be built as Spiterider Lancers. They make a perfect core for the new Sylvaneth Army of Renown in The Long Hunt, the Evergreen Hunt.
When magmaholds fall, lone survivors known as Grimhold Exiles carry on their legacy. Wielding weapons imbued with the embers of their magmahold’s sacred flame, they battle on as bloody-minded agents of retribution. Some hope to found new holds, while others simply pit themselves against the toughest foes they can find.
Riding withered steeds, Harbingers of Decay are morbid soothsayers who herald the arrival of Nurgle’s decaying legions. Dour and humorless, they directly invoke Grandfather’s pestilent power, saturating battlefields with rot and disease. The worst of these maladies is the Shudderblight, which causes the doubts and insecurities of its victims to manifest as weeping black boils.
Warhammer: The Horus Heresy gets a new release in Fulgrim Transfigured! Fulgrim’s metamorphosis is dramatic indeed – a serpentine daemonform with vast wings and additional arms. A deadly duellist before this transfiguration, Fulgrim is closer to perfection than ever, but still seeks to attain even greater glory in one-to-one combat.
This showstopping Forge World resin miniature is befitting for one such as the Primarch of the Emperor’s Children. His rules are contained in Warhammer: The Horus Heresy – Exemplary Battles of The Age of Darkness: Volume I.
Black Library also has you covered!
In Blacktalon by Liane Merciel, five powerful champions of Chaos have discovered the existence of a long-buried weapon with incredible destructive power, and their plans to uncover it threaten the Mortal Realms. It is up to Neave Blacktalon and her hand-picked team of Stormcast Eternals to hunt them down. It’ll be available in hardback, eBook, and audiobook formats.
Da Red Gobbo Rides Again! Beloved by gretchin everywhere, Da Red Gobbo is a symbol of revolution and freedom from the brutish tyranny of the orks. When the grots of a Blood Axe encampment fall into a malaise, the painboy Stimma realises that only the promise of Da Red Gobbo can stir them from their deep depression… and sets about creating his own using science, cunning, and some good, old-fashioned ork violence. By Rhuairidh James you can get this book in hardback and eBook versions.
Galaxy of Horrors features stories by Denny Flowers, Victoria Hayward, Mike Brooks, Danie Ware, and Robert Rath. Life in the 41st Millennium is a constant battle of survival. In this vast setting, there are countless tales to be told, and the collection gathers 20 short stories. Available in paperback or eBook.
Untamed Realms features 13 different stories by 10 different authors like Richard Strachan, Chris Thursten, Noah Van Nguyen, and David Guymer. It’s a glimpse into the wider world of the Age of Sigmar, coming in paperback and eBook.
Deepen your understanding of the Mortal Realms with three novels released in paperback for the first time. Godeater’s Son by Noah Van Nguyen, The Vulture Lord by Richard Strachan, and Bad Loon Rising by Andy Clark concentrate on less explored elements of the Age of Sigmar – the lives of those in thrall to Chaos, Death, and Destruction.
Elfyslayer by Nathan Long returns in audiobook format! The unsung heroes of the Empire travel to Marienburg to fulfil a request from Felix’s father, but an unexpected encounter lands them in the middle of another dangerous adventure, and this time the Dark Elves are involved.
Dawnbringers: Book III – The Long Hunt continues the story as the Aqshian Crusade pushes into the Great Parch where they must battle the Goretide of Khorne. Old allies from the earliest days of Warhammer Age of Sigmar lore reunite for a grudge match against Khorgos Khul. In Ghyran, the Dawnbringers are beset on all sides by teeming hordes of deranged Ogor Gorgers. And a powerful new Sylvaneth ally makes himself known.
There’s new twists and turns as the narrative continues with new rules for the next chapter.
Continue your Cities of Sigmar Path to Glory campaign with The Twin-tailed Crusade: Chapter 2 – Against the Odds, which includes setbacks, blessings, treasures, and eight separate battleplans. There are two each for Aqshyian and Ghyranite crusades, and four story battleplans that recreate critical moments in the story of The Long Hunt – all split into two elaborate branching quests.
There are four new Armies of Renown. The two new headline characters have their armies represented by The Evergreen Hunt – a cadre of Sylvaneth enthralled by the harmonies of the hunt – and the Draconith Skywing, a force of mounted Stormcast Eternals.
Ogor players will want to check out The Roving Maw. Lofnir Drothkeepers pairs Vulkyn Flameseekers with Magmadroths.
Belthanos, First Thorn of Kurnoth joins the army of Sylvaneth, responsible for keeping the spirit of Kurnoth, the Sylvaneth God of the Hunt alive. Riding his Carnelian Greatspite, he sounds his warhorn. The Greatspite is a manifestation of pure jade life magic and conveys Belthanos to his targets with vital haste and perfect conditions.
Belthanos will be released as part of the Blade of Belthanos box containing Belthanos, three Kurnoth Hunters, and three Revenant Seekers – who can also be built as Spiterider Lancers.
In the world of Warhammer: Age of Sigmar, the Twin-Tailed Crusade continues with the upcoming Dawnbringers: Book III – The Long Hunt. A dubious ally of the warriors of Sigmar returns, the God-King’s prodigal son and first Lord-Relictor, Ionus Cryptborn.
He’s spent decades searching for a cure to the flaw in Reforgingm but he’s been called upon by Sigmar once more for a higher purpose. Joining Ionus is the sinister draconith Cthorak. The two descend upon battlefronts and then spirit away the Stormcast who have become too changed from Reforging.
Ionus Cryptborn will be released in a new box set featuring two fire-belching Stormdrak Guard.
Games Workshop has revealed what’s going on pre-order next week. They’ll be on pre-order for two weeks maybe signaling a change in the process we’ve all come to expect!? It’s the second week in a row for that… On to what’s coming!
Warhammer Underworlds: Deathgorge takes you to the icy depths of Andtor, a network of frozen tunnels and caves that has entombed untold treasures – not to mention the souls of unlucky adventurers. There you’ll find both Idoneth Deepkin and daemons of Slaanesh. Deep in the boreal depths of the Deathgorge, Cyreni’s Razors and the Thricefold Discord are locked in a bitter battle.
The new core set for Warhammer Underworlds features two new warbands, two new Rivals decks, two universal Rivals decks, and everything else you need to play the ultimate competitive miniatures game.
Warhammer Underworlds: Starter Set is a great way for beginners to get into the game. It’ll be available from select retailers. It’s on sale from Saturday the 7th of October, and differs slightly from the current Warhammer Underworlds: Starter Set. It contains two warbands – Ironsoul’s Condemnors and the Sepulchral Guard – as well as their Rivals decks and everything else you need to play. The set is made for new players, running through how to play with an example game before you tackle a full game yourself.
Warcry: Hunter and Hunted is a new type of release for Warcry. The Wildercorps Hunters are currently following the ogors’ foul scent with the aid of their loyal Trailhounds – but unluckily for them, they’re perfectly snack-sized for the Gorgers. This new Warcry set features two warbands and an eternally hungry Mawpit.
Warcry: Kruleboyz Monsta-killaz kill, and capture these savage beasties to keep the stinking stables of the Beast-breaka tribes stocked. When out on the hunt, they employ tamed Gnarlwood Howlaz to flush out their quarry and dispatch surreptitious Klutcha-grots to steal the goodies.
Warcry: Vulkyn Flameseekers have no mercy to those who threaten to harm the free-roaming Magmadroths– though they won’t hesitate to put down any ‘droths that have become unstable.
Ravaged Lands: Scales of Talaxis is new scenery for Warcry. These ruins are dire reminders of the catastrophe that once struck this place, and still pulse with cosmic power, setting the mire around them alight with crackling arcane energy. They’re also just right for fighters to leap off and dramatically stab unwary foes.
You can use this set to build a new Warcry battlefield or expand your Gnarlwood Watchcamp with new pieces of ruined stonework and strangling briars, plus a double-sided gaming board, terrain cards to help you decide on a layout, and a Warcry token sheet.
Originally released for Warhammer Underworlds, these warbands all have rules in Warhammer Age of Sigmar, and are getting a standalone release in grey plastic without their cards. The warbands are the Gorechosen of Dromm, Hexbane’s Hunters, The Shadeborn, Blackpowder’s Buccaneers, Da Kunnin’ Krew, Skittershank’s Clawpack, The Exiled Dead, and Xandire’s Truthseekers.
White Dwarf 493 features new rules for a Warhammer Age of Sigmar narrative campaign, as well as new scenarios, and painting and gaming advice. The Warhammer 40,000 Tale of Four Warlords continues alongside Crusade rules for the Tome Keepers, while Warcry gets a dose of Courage and Cruelty with quests and artefacts for the Vulkyn Fyreslayers and Kruleboyz Monsta-killaz, and you can whet your appetite for the upcoming Legions Imperialis in an early battle report.
Kiroth Krakeneye comes to the Blood Bowl pitch. Krakeneye is a skilled runner who once per game can squirt Black Ink and fully remove one player’s tackle zone, leaving opposing players grasping at thin air as his sea dragon cloak flutters behind him.
From Black Library comes Realmslayer: Legend of The Doomseeker by David Guymer. A long time ago, Gotrek Gurnisson swore an oath to die in battle – but he somehow survived the death of his entire world. Not one to let failure get in his way, Gotrek arrives in the Mortal Realms with only two things on his mind – completing his oath, and trying to find out if his former friend Felix also survived the apocalypse.
Realmslayer: Legend of the Doomseeker is a novelisation of the audio drama which introduced Gotrek into the Age of Sigmar, and it will be available to pre-order in hardback, eBook, and audiobook format.
In the dark and dangerous streets of the hive city of Varangantua, law enforcers and vigilantes live alongside crime lords and gangers, and violence is only ever a moment away. Once a Killer is a paperback collection of eight short stories by Black Library authors including Nick Kyme, Denny Flowers, Jude Reid, and more. Each tale is packed full of bloodshed, corruption, and betrayal, and together, they paint a grisly picture of this teeming city of thieves.
The Lord of The End Times comes to audiobook. Only the last heroes of men, elves, and dwarfs stand between Archaon the Everchosen and the city of Middenheim, which is the key to his ultimate victory for Chaos. With things looking bleak, eyes turn to the unlikeliest of allies – Nagash, the Undying King.
You can find out how this tenuous alliance was resolved in Josh Reynolds’ The Lord of The End Times, which will be available to pre-order in audiobook next week for the first time.
BANDAI is back with a new figure. A Blood Angels Assault Intercessor will be Made to Order. Protect your shelves with a fully poseable Blood Angels Assault Intercessor from BANDAI. This 17cm action figure is pre-painted in the crimson armour of the Blood Angels Chapter, with a yellow helmet connoting his status as a sergeant. With 51 points of articulation, he comes with an Astartes chainsword and a heavy bolt pistol. This mighty son of Sanguinius is available on a Made to Order basis from 10am Saturday 7th of October until 8am local time on Monday 16th October, with a shipping time of up to 180 days.
It’s a wave of Space Marines in next week’s pre-orders from Games Workshop. Not only is the new codex on the way, a load of new miniatures arrive on the field too.
Codex: Space Marines is here with the rules you need to field your force in 10th edition. Packed with datasheets, detachment rules, background lore, beautiful miniatures showcases, and Crusade content aplenty, the book comes in at 216-pages. You can choose from seven complete detachments with a wide variety of abilities and playstyles.
The codex is for any chapter, including Space Wolves, Blood Angels, Black Templars, and more!
If you really want to show off your loyalty, get the limited edition copy which features a unique cover, foil details, and gilt page edges. It’s limited to a “few thousand” copies.
Get into the battle quickly with the Captain with Jump Pack. The new kit gives you a lot of options with weapon and head choices.
Maybe a Chaplain in Terminator Armour is more your thing? Get this tank on the battlefield with its Terminator Armour or an optional relic shield. And, make yours more unique with a choice of crozius arcanum.
The Company Heroes helps bring some inspiration to the battlefield with a Chapter Master and more heroes. There’s an Ancient with banner to inspire, Company Champion to duel the enemy, and Veterans lay down the firepower. The Captain also features multiple options.
There’s a new Terminator Squad. This new multi-part kit features more options like a heavy flamer and cyclone missile launcher. There’s a wide range of heads and you can give chainfists to all you want.
If you want to get your Intercessors into battle quicker, look no further than the Jump Pack Intercessors. It’s chainsword death from above! The Sergeant features an optional hand flamer, plasma pistol, power sword, or power fist.
The Sternguard Veteran Squad is ready to lay down the fire. This new multi-part plastic kit features five Veterans with a choice of boltguns or combi-weapons including the new pyrecannon as a heavy weapon option.
How about a Lieutenant? Originally released in Strike Force Agastus, it gets a standalone release ready to grant Lethal Hits. It features a lot of choices like a power fist, plasma pistol, power swords, bolt rifles, or just a pointing finger.
Also getting a standalone release is the Brutalis Dreadnought from the same set. It’s built for close combat destruction.
The Desolation Squad finally gets a standalone release ready to rain down long-range fire support.
Also out, Combat Patrol: Space Marines features Space Marines from the Leviathan box set including Five Terminators, five Infernus Marines, a Terminator Captain, and a Terminator Librarian.
Datasheet Cards: Space Marines and Space Marines Dice Set is also coming out to help you keep track of your force and help bless your dice rolls.
Also coming is the Chapter Approved: Leviathan Mission Deck. It’s an essential companion for playing Matched Play games of Warhammer 40,000, first available in the Leviathan box set and now coming to shelves separately. You can quickly construct an exciting mission and execute Gambits to bring trailing players back into the game.
Warhammer: The Horus Heresy also gets some focus with the Space Wolves Legion Praetor. Praetors of the Space Wolves Legion are some of the brawniest fighters in the galaxy, and as befits their station they march to war in highly ornamented battle plate. This resin Praetor also mounts the pelt of a Fenrisian wolf – that he no doubt slew himself – on his shoulder, and carries a heavy Fenrisian axe whose AP2 strikes will have no trouble slicing through Terminator armour. He comes with two head options: helmet or glorious, flowing beard.
You can spruce up your force with the Space Wolves MkVI Heads. Warriors of the VI Legion engraved their helmets with ancient runes and icons from their native Fenris, even as the advanced MkVI Corvus-pattern armour was distributed towards the end of the Horus Heresy. The pack features 11 resin heads for MkVI Space Marines.
From Black Library is Genefather by Guy Haley. The finest minds in the Imperium have come together at the behest of Belisarius Cawl to unlock the secrets of the Necron pylon network and heal the great wound torn across the galaxy. This conclave of intellectuals is the greatest gathering of scientific genius in millennia, so naturally a visionary like Fabius Bile must also be in attendance – whether he’s been invited or not.
It’s coming out as a standard hardback, eBook, MP3, as well as a Special Edition numbered and signed by the author. This edition contains an additional short story, To Speak as One, and is bound in a soft-touch cover with alternate art, gilt page edges, and a black ribbon page marker.
Wrath of the Lost by Chris Forrester focuses on the Flesh Tearers. Their home planet of Cretacia has fallen eerily quiet, and there’s precious little time to investigate. A Chaplain and an Apothecary – neither of whom have ever set foot on their homeworld – must retrace the journey of their founder. It’s getting a new paperback edition.
Only in Death by Dan Abnett is getting an MP3 release. Commanded to hold a critical pass, the Tanith First and Only will need to watch for enemies without and ghosts within to survive their stay at the Hinzerhaus – and conquering their fears is only the start.
Eisenhorn: The Omnibus by Dan Abnett gets a German Edition. Follow the complete saga of Black Library’s most famous Inquisitor. This massive tome collects his four main adventures – Xenos, Malleus, Hereticus, and The Magos – alongside four short stories – Regia Occulta, Missing in Action, Backcloth for a Crown Additional, and The Keeler Image – across nearly 1,000 pages of classic Warhammer 40,000 fiction.
Pilgrims of Fire by Justin D. Hill also gets a German Edition. A mission from the Adepta Sororitas joins the ‘cursed’ Indomitus Fleet Quintus in Pilgrims of Fire by Justin D Hill, author of the Cadian Honour series. Sister Helewise may be a Battle Sister, but she’s not inclined to rush right into martyrdom – not until she’s found a higher purpose that her death may serve, anyway. This epic tale is soon to be available in a new German paperback format.
Warboss by Mike Brooks gets a French Edition. A Warboss tells the tale of six bosses rushing forward to fill the power vacuum left by the now ‘proper dead’ Gazrot Goresnappa. We all know the biggest and greenest of them all will win, but who exactly will that be?
Warhammer Age of Sigmar eShorts Week 2023 begins! It features five new short stories from Jonathan Green, Rhuairidh James, Gary Kloster, C L Werner, and Noah Van Nguyen. Each story delves into the myriad mysteries of the Age of Sigmar, as beasts, daemons, and mortal men are caught in a never-ending spiral of chaos and survival.
Each story can be bought separately as they release, but to get all five for the price of four, opt for the full-week subscription.