Revealed during the Las Vegas Open, Games Workshop has shown off a new plastic Cerberus Heavy Tank Destroyer. It has one job, blowing up tanks. It’s armed with a centreline-mounted neutron laser battery and can be used in your games of Warhammer: The Horus Heresy and Warhammer 40,000!
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The Las Vegas Open takes place this coming weekend and with it will be a new reveal from Games Workshop.
Warhammer 40,000, Warhammer: Age of Sigmar, Warhammer: The Horus Heresy, Warcry, Warhammer Underworlds, and Kill Team will all have new stuff previewed.
But, one of the reveals is already being spoiled in a way… the R-VR Cyber-mastiff! We know from updated rules that Adeptus Arbites are coming and a Cyber-mastiff is exactly the type of unit you’d find with them. But, are they for Kill Team? 40K? We’ll soon find out!
If you’re stateside, tune in on Thursday the 26th of January at 10pm PST. In the UK, that’s 6am GMT on Friday the 27th of January.
The first pre-order weekend of 2023 focused on Warhammer 40K and the second is focused on Age of Sigmar. While their initial box was released last year, Slaves of Darkness is starting to get a proper release plus more for the game.
General’s Handbook – Pitched Battles 2022-23 Season 2 kicks off the new season of Matched Play. The 96-page spiral-bound book contains a new Battleplack. It includes fundamental changes, new battleplans, grand strategies, and battle tactics that mix up the game. It’s a must for anyone that enjoys Matched Play events.
Battletome: Slaves to Darkness has everything you need for rules in a regular and limited edition version. The book is 128 pages and allows you to field your dark legions.
Vanguard: Slaves to Darkness is an easy way to build your warhost. It contains 17 miniatures including a Chaos Lord, 10 iconic Chaos Warriors in full multi-part glory, five Chaos Knights with the new upgrade sprue, and a chariot which can be pulled by horses or a savage gorebeast for line-breaking charges.
The new Daemon Prince is a kit many are looking forward to. It has a lot of options allowing the miniature to be used in Age of Sigmar and Warhammer 40,000. Different heads, and a choice of weapons, allows you to customize yours to worship a specific Chaos God!
The Chaos Lord on Karkadrak is now available on its own making it easier for you to add this beast to your army.
Eternus, Blade of The First Prince was picked by Be’lakor and imbued him with the souls of Stormcast Eternals creating his own champion. He can also be used to create a generic Chaos Lord on Daemonic Mount.
The new Generals’ Handbook favors troops on foot so you might want to get the Exalted Hero of Chaos.
The Chaos Chosen are elite warriors who want to use their soul splitter weapons to free their foes from the burden of the mortal coil.
Chaos Warriors are the iconic bruisers of Chaos. These warriors march into battle with hand weapons or ensorceled halberds to hack their foes.
Chaos Knights quickly smash into their foes ready to skewer them. This release features an upgrade sprue with command options such as banners, instruments and champions’ paraphernalia.
Ogroid Theridons will help pulverize the enemy bringing even more strength to the Slaves to Darkness.
May the Chaos Gods bless your rolls with the Slaves to Darkness Dice Set.
Teased last year, you’ll finally be able to get the Horus Ascended figure for Warhammer: The Horus Heresy. Horus Lupercal has drunk deep of the power granted by his dark patrons to become Horus Ascended. It’s the next release in the Horus Heresy Character Series.
You can equip your Thousand Sons with the Thousand Sons MKVI Upgrades that features new helmets and shoulder pads.
The Ultramarines MKVI Upgrades let your sons of Hullman stand out featuring new helmets and shoulder pads.
White Dwarf Issue 484 focuses on new Boarding Actions for Warhammer 40K including tiles, a hobby bingo card, and mini photo backdrop.
Written by James Swallow, Garro: Knight of Grey (Limited Edition) is the story of Nathaniel Garro’s final hours during the Horus Heresy and his confrontation with his father Mortarion. The limited edition copy features a deep-red faux leather with inlaid metal emblem and the author’s signature and interior art. It’s limited to 2500 copies.
You can also get it as a hardback, eBook, or audiobook.
Godeater’s Son by Noah Van Nguyen features an unlikely hero in Heldanarr Fall fighting for freedom against the gods. It’ll be in hardback, eBook, and audiobook.
Soulslayer by Darius Hinks comes to audiobook focusing on Gotrek’s quest across Chamon with his Fyreslayer kin.
Armour of Contempt by Dan Abnett features Ibram Gaunt’s return and is available as an audiobook.
It’s a fairly quiet week coming up for Games Workshop‘s pre-orders. For those that missed them, there’s a new opportunity to get Warhammer Quest: Cursed City‘s expansions.
Nightwars and Nemesis are going to be made to order for a limited time. Between the 17th and the 27th of December only. There’s no limit on how many are available. To play Nemesis you’ll require a copy of Nightwars, but not vice versa.
Warhammer: The Horus Heresy is getting new items for Ultramarines and Thousand Sons. All of these products will be available on a Made to Order basis from 10am local time on Friday the 16th of December, until 8am GMT on Monday the 26th of December.
Ultramarines MKIII Shoulder Pads, Ultramarines MKIV Torsos, Ultramarines Veteran Helmets, and MKIII Veteran Torsos will be available to give your Space Marines a little bit of flair.
Thousand Sons MKIII Shoulder Pads will make it clear who your Space Marines are loyal to making them stand out on the battlefield.
Games Workshop is gearing up for the holiday season with its first wave of Battleforces along with new Warcry and a surprise Blood Bowl release. See what’s coming to pre-orders next week.
Daughters of Khaine: Khainite Slaughter-Coven
Spill blood with this box! It features a Slaughter Queen on Cauldron of Blood (which can be built as a Bloodwrack Shrine or a Hag Queen on Cauldron of Blood), five Melusai Blood Sisters (who can be built as Blood Stalkers), five Khinerai Heartrenders (who can be built as Lifetakers), five Doomfire Warlocks, and 10 Witch Aelves (who can be built as Sisters of Slaughter).
Retail value: $302
Orruk Warclans: Kruleboyz Swamp-Lurkers
Step out the swamp with Swampboss Skumdrekk and Gobsprakk, the Mouth of Mork (who can also be built as a Snatchaboss on Sludgeraker Beast and Killaboss on Corpse-rippa Vulcha, respectively). They lead three Man-Skewer Boltboyz and 10 Gutrippaz.
Retail value: $165
Gloomspite Gitz: Stampeding Squigalanche
The Squiqalanche consists of a Loonboss on Giant Cave Squig, two Mangler Squigs (who can be ridden by Loonbosses), 10 Squig Hoppers (who can be assembled as Boingrot Bounders), and a 12-strong Squig Herd.
Retail value: $228
Skaven: The Verminous Host
It features Grey Seer on Screaming Bell (which can also be built as a Plague Priest on Plague Furnace), a Warlock Bombardier, three Stormfiends, a whopping 40 Clanrats, and 40 Plague Monks.
Retail value: $338
Nighthaunt: Legion Of Grief
You’ll haunt the table with Lady Olynder, Mortarch of Grief, a Black Coach, 10 Bladeghast Revenants, 10 Dreadscythe Harridans, and 10 Grimghast Reapers.
Retail value: $330
Sylvaneth: Revenant Wargrove
Featuring Drycha Hamadreth leads two Treelords (which can alternatively be built as a Spirit of Durthu or a Treelord Ancient), 10 Spite-Revenants (which can be built as Tree-Revenants), and 16 Sylvaneth Dryads.
Retail value: $210
Stormcast Eternals: Thunderstrike Spearhead
You’ll get a Knight-Relictor, three heavily armed Annihilators, 10 Vanquishers, and 10 Vigilors armed with stormcaller bows. Finally, there’s a pair of swift and deadly Stormdrake Guards (one of which can alternately be built as a Knight-Draconis).
Retail value: $325
Originally available in the Arcane Cataclysm boxed set, you can how get the Curseling, Eye of Tzeentch.
Scinari Enlightener joins the ranks of the Lumineth Realm-lords. Bring some immense magical power to the tabletop.
Warcry gets some big releases starting with Warcry: Sundered Fate. The Jade Obelisk or on a mission and the Hunters of Huanchi aren’t happy with the desecration. The boxed set features 23 miniatures, terrain, a gaming board, warband tome, fighter and ability cards, battleplan cards, and rules to play!
If you want some scenery, there’s also the Ravaged Lands: Gnarlwood Watchcamp. It collects a grisly glade of Ghurish terrain first released in Warcry: Heart of Ghur.
The Horns of Hashut are coming! The 10 miniatures, including Ruinators, Demolishers – one of whom is armed with the deadly Flamehurler – and Shatterers. They’re also usable in Slaves to Darkness armies for Warhammer Age of Sigmar.
Maybe the Rotmire Creed are more your thing? This warband contains a Witherlord, a Bloated One, two Carrion Catchers, and six Mirefolk Outcasts. The Rotmire Creed can also serve as a sneaky vanguard unit for the Maggotkin of Nurgle in Warhammer Age of Sigmar.
Warband Tome: Rot and Ruin is a 64-page book containing the background information for the Horns of Hashut and the Rotmire Creed. There are also quests for both warbands and two campaign arcs.
The original Warcry warbands are returning. You can pick up all of the original eight warbands from the eight Mortal Realms, plus the spidery Tarantulos Brood, the brutish Darkoath Savagers, and Khainite Shadowstalkers. These updated boxes don’t include fighter or ability cards, all those rules are free to download. And you can use them in Warhammer: Age of Sigmar!
There’s also returning Warcry Monsters! Use them in games of Warcry or as part of your Slaves to Darkness armies.
There’s also four dice packs coming. One for each of the Horns of Hashut, the Rotmire Creed, the Hunters of Huanchi, and the Jade Obelisk warbands.
In a bit of a surprise, Dungeon Bowl: Death Match is coming! This first expansion for Dungeon Bowl pits the College of Death against the College of Life in an almighty clash between two teams of mixed players, new Dungeon Tiles, tokens, and more.
Blood Bowl Spike! Presents: 2022 Almanac! will be available as a hardback or ePub collecting the Norse and Amazon issues of Spike!. There’s also rules for eight new star players.
Warhammer: The Horus Heresy gets upgrade packs.
The Night Lords MKVI Legion Upgrades features helmets, heads, and shoulder pads.
Flesh is weak, so upgrade your force with the Iron Hands MKVI Legion Upgrades.
Sanguinius: The Great Angel (Special Edition) is written by Chris Wraight and features gold page edges, leather-effect covers, and more. You can also get it in the standard hardback, eBook, or audio editions.
The Soul Drinkers Omnibus II by Ben Counter continues the saga collecting books four, five, and six, along with a novella.
Hallowed Ground by Richard Strachan is a family affair for the ven Densts, as Gloria sets off on her father’s trail in the aftermath of the great siege led by Kragnos, in order to discover a dark secret that spells doom for the city of Excelsis.
Get the 12 Tales of Christmas eShorts Subscription, 12 eShorts from a range of Black Library writers.
Mortarion: Le Roi Blême is the French edition of Mortarion: The Pale King.
Games Workshop Pre-Order Preview: Slaves to Darkness and more arrive for Age of Sigmar plus Horus Heresy, Necromunda, and more!
It’s a pretty big pre-order week for Age of Sigmar and Horus Heresy next week as Games Workshop has revealed what’s coming.
The Slaves to Darkness Army Set is the big item delivering a new battletome and lots of new figures. It features 14 new miniatures including a Daemon Prince, 10 Chaos Chosen, and three Ogroid Theridons. It also includes a special edition of the Slaves to Darkness battletome featuring rules you need to field your army. There are also Warscroll Cards, 28 Enhancement Cards, and 34 tokens to keep track of special rules.
That’s not the only force to be reconned with. Battletome: Ogor Mawtribes will also be available to order. It features the rules you need to field this force and you can choose between the regular edition or the limited edition that’ll only have 500 copies worldwide.
The Vanguard: Ogor Mawtribes is an easy want to start or expand your force. It features a Tyrant, six Ogor Gluttons, two Mournfangs, four Leadbelchers, and an Ironblaster which can be built as a Gnoblar Scraplauncher.
The Bloodpelt Hunter hunts large creatures in the Mortal Realms. They sneak into position hunting with their skullshatter crossbow, impaling spear, or hacker-axe and meatblade.
Maneaters will actually eat anybody. The mercenaries can be added to Battle with the Ex-mercenary Command Trait.
Keep track of your rules with the Ogor Mawtribes Warscroll Cards that feature 28 cards and 34 tokens.
Ogor Mawtribes Dice features 20 six-sided dice themed around the army.
And if neither of those armies is your thing, Vanguard: Sylvaneth will help you grow your force. It includes a Branchwych, three deadly Kurnoth Hunters, and five Tree-Revenants that can be assembled as Spite-Revenants. Finally, there’s a Treelord that can be a Treelord Ancient or a Spirit of Durthu.
Finally, there’s the Sons of Behemat Warscroll Cards which contains 12 reference cards as well as tokens to help keep track of your game.
Warhammer: The Horus Heresy has a lot of releases as well.
Liber Imperium – Forces of the Emperor Army Book covers the Imperial army including Solar Auxilia, as well as the Sisters of Silence, Legio Custodes, and the seven deadly Clades of the Officio Assassinorum.
The Officio Assassinorum has three new agents for the battlefield. The Clade Venenum Assassin tailors its venom for maximum lethality. The Clade Vanus Infocyte Assassin misdirects enemies. Finally, the Clade Adamus Assassin updates the classic Assassin butchering opponents with its blades in combat.
The Solar Auxilia Tank Crew adds extra firepower and features two pintle-mounted multi-lasers and a pintle-mounted heavy flamer.
Solar Auxilia Surgeon-Primus Aevos Jovan and Medicae Orderlies bring their surgical skills to the battlefield. The set features Jovan, his staff of two medical orderlies, and an unfortunate wounded soldier strapped to an auto-gurney.
Solar Auxilia Rapier Batteries provide fire support to Solar Auxilia armies. Rapier Batteries can have gravis multi lasers or quad launchers. The kit features two crew.
Upgrade kits continue and now it’s Iron Hands Upgrades! Grab shoulder pads for your Mark II, Mark IV, and Cataphractii Terminators, and some Mark III torsos for your X Legion warriors.
There’s also the Night Lords Upgrades. Upgrade your Mark II and Mark III Space Marines with shoulder pads, and your Mark IV troops with torsos.
Necromunda gets some releases as well!
Goliath Vehicle Gang Tactics features 26 cards including 8 blank cards.
Add some scenery with the Promethium Tanks Refuelling Station. They’re solid objectives for the games and can be assembled in multiple ways. You can also use them to refuel your scare weapons in the game!
If you want yours portable, then get the Promethium Tanks on Cargo-8 Ridgehauler Trailer. It’s compatible with the Cargo-8 Ridgehauler and great for scenarios.
Goliath Ash Wastes Upgrades will help your gang survive the wasteland. It features alternate heads and optional equipment. The backpacks are designed to be used with the Goliath Gang kit.
Black Library has a few releases.
Shadowsun: The Patient Hunter is a new novel by Phil Kelly. When Death Guard attack the Starside Nexus, Shadowsun must find a way to defeat them. This limited edition hardback is limited to 2,000 copies.
Only War: Stories from the 41st Millennium features 24 short stories from 21 different authors.
Conquest Unbound: Stories from the Mortal Realms features 21 stories from 15 authors set in the world of Warhammer: Age of Sigmar.
Kragnos: Avatar of Destruction gets a paperback edition and pits the End of Empires against the forces of Order.
Inferno! Presents: The Emperor’s Finest features 12 short stories and is available in paperback and eBook.
The Curse of Khaine gets an audiobook version.
German editions of Dark Imperium: The Omnibus, Dark Imperium, and Dark Imperium: Plague War are being released.
Finally, if you missed the single issues, you can get the collection of Warhammer 40,000: Sisters of Battle from Marvel Comics!
It’s been a bit since the army box was released but the Leagues of Votann players won’t have much longer to wait before they can really build out their force. Games Workshop has revealed next week’s pre-orders and the new army dominates.
First up is the Codex: Leagues of Votann. It features 104 pages of lore, rules, everything you need to build your army. You can get the regular or Collector’s Edition which features silver foil.
A quick way to build your force, you can get the Combat Patrol: Leagues of Votann. You get one Kâhl – buildable as special character Ûthar the Destined as well as 10 Hearthkyn Warriors, three Hernkyn Pioneers, and five Cthonian Beserks.
Ûthar the Destined is one of the named characters in the codex and you can get this miniature to lead your force or build a standard Kâhl.
Grimnyr are the psykers of the force.
Einhyr Champions are great if you want a bit more of a blunt hammer. The exo-armor delivers a boost to smash the enemies.
And if that’s your playstyle, get the Einhyr Hearthguard who are the League’s finest troops. Also featuring exo-armor they feature powerful weapons.
Brôkhyr Iron-masters tend Kinhost forges. They handle the repair and recovery efforts.
Brôkhyr Thunderkyn brings heavy firepower to the battlefield with their bolt cannons and graviton blast cannons as well as conversion beamers.
Hearthkyn Warriors are the rank and file warriors bringing bolt and ion weaponry to battle. They’re an essential part of battle in their groups of 20 warriors.
The Hernkyn Pioneers provide maneuverability delivering speed and the option for powerful weapons to deliver hit and run attacks.
Cthonian Beserks are close combat fighters who charge into combat with their mining tools turned weapons.
The Sagitaur helps transport warriors around. It’ll take two to carry a 10 man Hearthkyn squad to battle where they’re needed.
The Hekaton Land Fortress is a massive vehicle that delivers damage and soaks it up as well.
May your rolls be blessed with the Leagues of Votann Dice Set. You get 16 dice.
Keep track of your force and rules with the Datacards: Leagues of Votann. The 40 cards have Stratagem and psychic powers at your disposal.
Warhammer: The Horus Heresy gets new additions to its growing line.
The Deimos Pattern Predator Support Tank is a versatile vehicle and brings the plasma destroyer, magna-melta cannon, flamestorm cannon, heavy conversion beam cannon, and neutron blaster to the battlefield.
Available from Forge World for the game are…
Corswain, Paladin of the Ninth Order is a legendary Dark Angels hero.
Death Guard Legion Praetors command their forces with brutal efficiency. They feature a power scythe and power weapon.
Death Guard MkVI Upgrades make it easier to equip your MkVI Space Marines with the iconography of the Death Guard.
If Blood Angels are more your thing, the Blood Angels MkVI Upgrades will make that force proud and stand out.
Black Library features a few new releases as well.
Eisenhorn: The Omnibus spans nearly 1000 pages and contains Xenos, Malleus, Hereticus, and The Magos, as well as Regia Occulta, Missing in Action, Backcloth for a Crown Additional, and The Keeler Image, all written by Dan Abnett.
The Successors: A Space Marine Anthology follows 12 lesser-known Chapters of Space Marines and will now get a paperback edition.
The Greater Good comes to audiobook as the Imperium takes on the T’au and Tyranids.
The Horus Heresy Collection VIII, Dark Imperium, Dark Imperium: Plague War, and Dark Imperium: The Omnibus all get French editions.
There’s also the Black Library Horror Week Subscription. Chilling tales of Warhammer Horror are perfect for Halloween and the bundle has six digital short stories starting October 24th.
Games Workshop Pre-Order Preview: A big week for the Battle for Middle-Earth, Horus Heresy, Necromunda, and more!
It’s a somewhat focused week in the upcoming pre-order from Games Workshop. You can join the Battle for Middle-Earth with a bunch of releases as well as expand your games of Horus Heresy and Necromunda. See what you’ll be able to pre-order below!
The Lord of The Rings Battle of Osgiliath is a brand new boxed set pitting the forces of Gondor against the forces of Mordor. It contains 54 miniatures, including stunning new sculpts for Faramir, Madril, Damrod, Gothmog, and Gothmog on Warg. Also included are 2 Warriors of Minas Tirith, 12 Rangers of Gondor, 24 Morannon Orcs, and a Mordor Troll. You’ll do battle among Gondor Ruins to create your own Osgiliath battlefield. The box also features updated rules, a booklet for the profiles of the miniatures, scenarios, dice, and range rulers. It’s everything you need to play.
The pre-order is also extended running from September 10th to September 26th with delivery before Christmas.
Build out your forces quickly with Battlehosts!
The Rohan Battlehost includes Éomer mounted and on foot, 24 Warriors of Rohan, and six Riders of Rohan.
The Mordor Battlehost features the Witch-king of Angmar mounted and on foot, 24 Mordor Orcs, and six Warg Riders.
The Isengard Battlehost features Saruman mounted and on foot, Gríma, a Palantir on plinth, 24 Uruk-hai Scouts, and 20 Uruk-hai Warriors.
The Minas Tirith Battlehost has Gandalf the White and Peregrin Took mounted and on foot, 24 Warriors of Minas Tirith, and six Knights of Minas Tirith.
You can also lead the Elven forces with Elrond, the Master of Rivendell. You get a mounted version as well as one on foot. He’s accompanied into battle by a High Elf Warrior bearing the banner of Gil-galad, who inspires nearby fighters to even greater glories.
If you need to expand your battlefield, you can get the Ruins of Middle-earth.
You can show off who you support with the Rivendell Dice Set and Garrison of Dale Dice Set.
Finally, the Final Fate of the Witch-king is on Made to Order and captures the pivotal moment when Witch-king of Angmar discovers the literal truth about the prophecy that no man can kill him. It includes three bases so you can use the Witch-king, Éowyn, and Merry in your games.
For Warhammer: The Horus Heresy, you’ll be able to get the Deimos Pattern Predator Battle Tank. The tank is versatile allowing you to choose from a predator cannon, graviton cannon, Gravis lascannon, or volkite macro-saker as your turret-mounted weapon and heavy bolters, heavy flamers, volkite culverins, or lascannons on your sponsons. Don’t forget the optional pintle-mounted weaponry on top as well.
Upgrade your weaponry with the Heavy Weapons Upgrade Set – Heavy Flamers, Multi-meltas, and Plasma Cannons.
You can also choose to upgrade your firepower with the Heavy Weapons Upgrade Set – Volkite Culverins, Lascannons, and Autocannons.
Keep track of Reactions, Pyschic Powers, Pyschic Weapons, and Core Warlord Traits with the Warhammer: The Horus Heresy – Age of Darkness Reference Cards.
Speaking of cards, get the Datacards: Chaos Daemons for Warhammer 40,000.
The Gorechosen of Dromm arrives for Warhammer Underworlds. A new warband enters the Nethermaze looking to spill blood in the name of Khorne!
You can also get a new Rivals deck, Deadly Depths Rivals Deck. It can be used by any warband in the game.
White Dwarf 480 features Warcry and Kill Team as well as a free Warhammer 40,000 map campaign based around Necron tomb complexes. And, the massive Warhammer: The Horus Heresy battle report arrives!
From Forgeworld, there’s more Horus Heresy and Necromunda!
Lead your Emperor’s Children into battle with Captain Lucius – The Faultless Blade.
And by his side can by the Emperor’s Children – Legion Praetor. Armed with a Phoenix power spear, they can cut their way through anyone foolish enough to get too close. It features a bare head or a helmet.
How about the Emperor’s Children – Legion Tartaros Praetor for heavier armor? It features a combi-weapon and power weapon.
You can also personalize your Emperor’s Children’s forces with the Emperor’s Children MKVI Heads and Emperor’s Children MKVI Shoulder Pads.
If White Scars are more your thing, you can get White Scars MKVI Shoulder Pads and White Scars MKVI Heads.
For Necromunda, you can get the legendary siblings Gaen & Vunder Gorvos. They’re both featured in The Book of Judgement.
Durgan Kill-Fist, Outlaw Bounty Hunter can be hired as a Bounty Hunter for Outlaw gangs. Durgan comes with a profile card with rules.
Axon Hammer, Outlaw Goliath House Agent features a combi-weapon and Fists of Steel. Outlaw House Goliath gangs can petition Axon for help. A profile card is included.
The Goliath Champion with Renderizer can be added to a Goliath gang and rules can be found in House of Chains with further rules coming up in an article.
Propagandist & Agitator can help improve your gang’s reputation and help with recruitment. Rules can for the Propagandist can be found in The Book of Judgement and rules for the Agitator can be found in The Book of Ruin.
Coming from Black Library is Awakenings by George Mann. Astor Sabbathiel is back! Believed dead for 100 years, the Inquisitor must convince her peers that she is who she says she is and not a vassal for the Dark Gods.
The book features a special edition limited to 1,250 copies and is also available in hardback and ebook.
Mortarion: The Pale King is the 15th installment in the Horus Heresy Primarchs series. The book by David Annandale is out in hardback, ebook, and audiobook.
Storm of Iron and Hamilcar: Champion of the Gods are out in audiobook.
Gotrek & Felix: The Third Omnibus by William King and Nathan Long is now out in French in paperback and ebook.
The Horus Heresy Print on Demand features Slaves to Darkness, Titandeath, The Buried Dagger, and the short story anthology Heralds of the Siege.
After a few weeks of not a whole lot since the release of the Chaos codex for Warhammer 40K, it looks like the army is finally getting its expected releases. Next week’s pre-orders feature some new figures as well as repackaged figures.
One of the big changes in the Chaos codex was a focus on Chaos Cultists. You’ll be able to build a horde of them with this new release and they can be the needed cannon fodder for the Dark gods.
The Dark Commune is an example of the focus on cannon fodder. A new unit, they’re the most dedicated servants. They lead their devotees into battle bringing all sorts of benefits.
Bring the skills of the Chosen Chaos Space Marines to the fight. They bring their experience and this customizable unit features alternate heads, accessories, and weapons for you to kit them out with.
The Warpsmith debuted a while ago but gets a release to patch up your war machines and taming daemon engines.
Warpforged features a Venomcrawler and two Obliterators that will help add heavy firepower to your army. This is the surprise that the three are packaged together as opposed to on their own.
Coming for Warhammer: The Horus Heresy is the Leviathan Siege Dreadnought with Drill & Claw Weapons. The behemoth comes with chest-mounted guns and two melee fists which can be built as a siege drill or siege claw.
You can also get the Leviathan Siege Dreadnought Close Combat Weapons Frame if you plan on picking up the Leviathan with ranged weapons. This features two melee fists which can be built as siege drills or siege claws.
From Black Library comes Space Marine Conquests: The Devastation of Baal (Special Edition) by Guy Haley. It returns in a new special edition bound in a luxury black faux-leather cover, inlaid with crimson foil and intricate Blood Angels iconography. The story features 30,000 Space Marines assembled to defend Ball from the Tyranid Hive Fleet Leviathan!
There are more figures coming from McFarlane Toys!
Chaos Space Marines get some focus with the new Black Legion Space Marine or you can make your own with a Chaos Space Marine Artist’s Proof.
If you like to paint up your own, you can also get the Dark Angels Intercessor (Artist’s Proof).
Games Workshop Pre-Order Preview: Ka’bandha for Horus Heresy, Necromunda, Knights, Kill Team, and more!
Games Workshop has revealed what’s coming next week for pre-order. Kicking things off is Ka’bandha, Daemon General of Signus for Warhammer: The Horus Heresy. The Daemon General is a force of nature who leaves battlefields drenched in blood in the name of Khorne. The miniature is resin and part of the Horus Heresy Character Series. It can be displayed with and without its horned helm. Rules are coming for The Horus Heresy.
For Necromunda, the Ironhead Squat Prospectors get the Vartijan Exo-Driller. With thick armor, it can survive a volley of enemy fire and give it back in return.
The Knight Questoris gets a release for Warhammer 40,000. They fill a wide variety of roles. The reboxed release can be built into one of the six Imperial Knight variants as well as Canis Rex. Or, how about a Chaos Knight Despoiler?
For Kill Team, the Corsair Voidscarred and Chaos Space Marine Legionaries get individual releases. They can also be used for Warhammer 40,000 delivering a dual release.
If you don’t have a copy, you can get the Kill Team: Nachmund rulebook. The softcover book features lore, missions, and cinematic killzone rules.
How about Warhammer World: Dioramas (Third Edition) – Exhibition Ticket Bundle? Get to see the stunning dioramas on display at Warhammer World in this 88-page book. You also get an all-day, all-access ticket for Warhammer World in Nottingham.
Black Library has a lot of releases this week as well.
Vaults of Terra: The Dark City by Chris Wraight is the next volume of the Vaults of Terra series. Interrogator Spinoza finds herself alone and separated from her master – Inquisitor Erasmus Cowl. Available in hardback, eBook, and MP3.
The Vulture Lord – A Zothar Athrabis Novel by Richard Strachan follows a king who has made an eternal pact with Nagash. When tradition is broken, a rebellion begins to take hold. Will the cruel Vulture Lord be able to bring his domain back under his control? Available as hardback, eBook, and MP3.
The Rose at War by Dani Ware features eight stories featuring Sister Superior Augusta Santorus of the Order of the Bloody Rose. Available in hardback and eBook.
Dominion by Darius Hinks comes to paperback for the first time. Amidst the chaotic times of the Era of Beasts, sellsword Niksar Astaboras must decide whether he values his own survival above all else – or if he will rise to defend the threatened domains of Order.
The Twice-dead King: Ruin by Nate Crowley comes to paperback and begins the saga of the disgraced Necron Lord Oltyx.
Thunderstrike & Other Stories is available in MP3. It features works by David Guymer, Gav Thorpe, Darius Hinks, David Annandale, and more.
Lupercal’s War: A Horus Heresy Anthology features 21 stories from across the galactic conflict. It comes to MP3.
German editions of Volpone Glory and Day of Ascension are being released.
French editions of The Twice-dead King: Reign and The Vincula Insurgency: Ghost Dossier 1 are coming as well.