Warhammer Fest 2023: Warhammer 40,000: Leviathan box details revealed! What’s inside? Find out!
Warhammer Fest 2023 is in full swing and Games Workshop has revealed what’s inside the Warhammer 40,000 10th edition box set dubbed “Leviathan”! It’s all arriving in June 2023!
The box set features Space Marines vs. Tyranids in the next Tyrannic War and has everything you need to play. The equivalent of two combat patrols full of new miniatures, the Leviathan book, Chapter Approved Leviathan Mission Deck, and a construction book.
That breaks down into 25 Space Marines and 47 Tyranids to take to the tabletop and start your games.
Leading the Space Marines is the Captain in Terminator Armour. Featuring terminator armor, he’s perfect to lead your Terminators into battle.
Taking the battle to the psychic planes is the Librarian in Terminator Armour ready to smote the enemy.
The Apothecary Biologis is here to help patch up fallen Space Marines.
The new Lieutenant in Phobos Armour features a combi-weapon and two combat blades.
The Sternguard Veteran Squad are from the 1st Company and is designed to hunt and combat the Tyranid threat.
The Terminator Squad is the elite of the elite and ready to teleport in to do battle.
The Infernus Squad is here to purge the foe with their Pyreblasters.
The Ballistus Dreadnought is an upgrade to a classic featuring a missile launcher and lascannon.
The Tyranids are led by the Winged Tyranid Prime, an alpha-beast that features strength and agility, ready to swoop in with its razor-sharp talons.
The Neurotyrant is a psychic phenomenon that acts as a focusing node ready to liquefy the minds of its prey.
The Screamer-Killer is the latest version of the Carnifex here to unleash its bio-plasma blasts.
Von Ryan’s Leapers embed themselves before the hive fleet lands and ambush the enemy.
Termagants swarm the enemy and are a mainstay of the Tyranid invasion force. Armed with organic weapons, they rush forward using their numbers to overwhelm the enemy.
Neurogaunts are a variant of the gaunt, they protect synapse creatures that help coordinate the invasion and have no problem sacrificing themselves.
Barbgaunts are living ordnance that showers the enemy with projectiles that explode with shards of serrated chitin.
The Psychophage is a biomorph with a hunger for psykers and spews psychocorrosive-ash to melt the enemy.
Warhammer 40,000: Leviathan features a massive rulebook full of lore, rules, artwork, and photos of all of the new models. There’s background information for every faction showing them off.
You get the core rules and specially designed missions for the new Combat Patrol game format. There are also Crusade rules to get narrative campaigns running ahead of Codex releases and a full Crusade expansion that dives into the Fourth Tyrannic War through a series of linked campaign games.
There’s also a 66-card Chapter Approved deck which combines the best Matched Play options from previous editions to provide a flexible mission experience for everyone.
There’s also a booklet to help build you miniatures.
If you want to further explore the Fourth Tyrannic War, Darius Hinks‘ Leviathan tells the story of Ultramarines in a desperate defence against Hive Fleet Leviathan.