The Defence of Ryza Begins with Adeptus Titanicus and Today’s New Pre-Orders from Games Workshop
Games Workshop has multiple pre-order releases today for Adeptus Titanicus. Swear your allegiance to the Emperor or the Warmaster with this new expansion!
Adeptus Titanicus: The Defence of Ryza
This new expansion takes us to the forge world of Ryza as the forces of the traitor Fabricator-General, Kelbor-Hal, attack, Ryza’s defenders prepare to sell their lives dearly for their world.
This new expansion includes an overview of the defence of Ryza, background and rules fo six Titan Legions and six Knight Houses, three allegiances for Titan Legions and four for Knight Houses, rules for creating your own Titan Legions, and so much more.
Adeptus Titanicus: Cerastus Knights Acheron & Castigator
Cerastus Knights are employed as weapons of extermination, designed to inspire fear in their foes.
This plastic kit allows you to assemble four Cerastus Knights. Two of these war machines are Cerastus Knights Acheron, armed with Acheron chainfists and Acheron pattern flame cannons. The other two are Cerastus Knights Castigator, which each wield a Castigator warblade and Castigator pattern bolt cannon.
Adeptus Titanicus: The Defence of Ryza Stratagem Cards
The Adeptus Titanicus: The Defence of Ryza Stratagem Cards contain 26 Statagems from the Adeptus Titanicus expansion The Defence of Ryza.
Contents include 15 Crusade Legio-specific Stratagem cards for use in creating your own Titan Legion (in conjunction with the rules in The Defence of Ryza), 5 Experimental Warfare Stratagem cards, and 6 Tricks and Tactics Stratagem cards.
From Black Library comes Profit’s Ruin. Written by C L Werner the paperback book explores the Mortal Realms.
Only the greedy and the desperate seek out the fabled sky-island of Profit’s Ruin, for no Kharadron vessel has ever escaped its grip… Will Brokrin Ullissonn and the Iron Dragon be the first?
Book 2 of the Kharadron Overlords retails for $16.
Games Workshop has also released a new spray with Runelord Brass delivering the ability to undercoat and base models with a “realistic metallic finish.” Cans retail for $30.