Codex: Adeptus Mechanicus The definitive Codex for all Adeptus Mechanicus collectors. Combines the Skitarii and Cult Mechanicus armies into one codex. Includes datasheets for all 5 types of Imperial Knights. Contains the background, history and origins of the Adeptus Mechanicus. A miniatures showcase full of evocative photography and paint schemes. 22 datasheet containing rules for every Adeptus Mechanicus unit. Rules for all their weapons and wargear. Rules for Battle-forged armies that include Adeptus Mechanicus detachments. Points values for all models, weapons and wargear for use in matched play games.
This eighty-page, full-colour Warhammer 40,000 hardback book contains:
Details, backstory and history of the Cult Mechanicus - their formation, motivations and purpose, with timelines giving you all you need to know on their place in the universe;
Colour schemes and heraldry for Cult Mechanicus a number of different forge worlds, with uniform information for a selection of legendary Kastelan Robot Maniples of the Legio Cybernetica;
Rules for a large range of Adeptus Mechanicus miniatures
Also includes several Cult Mechanicus formations; The Canticles of the Omnissiah - a special rule that allows the Cult Mechanicus to channel their faith into acts of destruction.
This Warhammer 40,000 multi-part plastic kit from Games Workshop contains everything needed to make either ten Skitarii Rangers or ten Skitarii Vanguard. Included in the box are 124 components - twenty-three heads, twelve of which are variants on the Vanguard helmet/rebreather, twenty-five weapons, a small transfer sheet and ten 25mm round bases.
This Warhammer 40,000 multi-part plastic kit from Games Workshop contains all the parts necessary to build five Adeptus Mechanicus Sicarians - either Sicarian Ruststalkers or Sicarian Infiltrators, including one princeps. Each model features extensive body modification - flesh has given way to machine, and what little remains is encased in pressurised armour. Sensors, pressure gauges and data arrays cover their surfaces, and an included five sets of legs add a variety of posing options, making your squad truly your own.
The Sicarian Infiltrators are the scout class; they wear an intricate domed helm allowing a three-hundred and sixty degree view of the battlefield. Two options are available to each model - ten sets of stubcarbine and power sword, or ten sets of taser goad and flechette blaster; a total of twenty in the box. Their princeps carries a stubcarbine and power sword, with an included infoslave skull - every movement recorded and analysed for the optimisation of battle.
The box contains 117 components, and is supplied with five 40mm round bases.
This Warhammer 40,000 multi-part, 80-component plastic kit from Games Workshop contains all the parts necessary to build either one Ironstrider Ballistarius or a Sydonian Dragoon, and features a small transfer sheet and a 105x70mm oval base.
A light walker tank, the Onager Dunecrawler has four crab-like legs with optional armour plating. The armoured cabin and reactor are complemented by a huge variety of modelling options
The cupola can be modelled closed or open, featuring a Princeps wielding a heavy stubber.
You have loads of configuration and customisation options even before applying weaponry.
Weapons, included in the box are as follows:
Included with this 119-component Warhammer 40,000 multi-part plastic kit, making one Onager Dunecrawler, is a small Adeptus Mechanicus transfer sheet and a 130mm round base.
These Warhammer 40,000 miniatures truly capture the techno-centric nature of the Adeptus Mechanicus; only half a head and a part of their torso remains human. Included are:
Twenty-four weapon options in total!
This multi-part plastic Warhammer 40,000 kit contains an impressive 157 components, with which you can make three Adeptus Mechanicus Battle Servitors, either Kataphron Breachers or Kataphron Destroyers. Supplied are three Citadel 60mm Round Bases.
This Warhammer 40,000 plastic kit can be assembled as either:
This eighty-two component, multi-part plastic Warhammer 40,000 kit contains everything needed to build five Corpuscarii or five Fulgurite Electro-Priests. These detailed miniatures are supplied with five Games Workshop 32mm Round Bases.
A huge, ancient robot built ten thousand years ago, the Kastelan Robot is a perfect example of the Adeptus Mechanicus’ repurposing of technology. Nearly unstoppable, their only flaw is that of any mere machine; they will follow instructions to the letter, even if this results in their own demise. A specialist Tech-Priest - the Cybernetica Datasmith - must constantly update and reprogram the Kastelan via order dataslates, lest this enormous, clanking robot simply stride blindly into a nearby chasm. Make no mistake, however; when his controls are set to destroy, the Kastelan will destroy.
This ninety-five component multi-part plastic kit contains everything you need to make two Kastelan Robots and one Cybernetica Datasmith. The Kastelan Robots have a variety of weapon options including:
The Cybernetica Datasmith is armed with a gamma pistol, dataspike and a servo arm assembly featuring a rivet gun. A prehensile socket drill allows him to reprogram the Kastelan Robots on-the-fly. He also features a choice of two heads.
Adeptus Mechanicus Belisarius Cawl is a multi-part plastic kit contains the components necessary to assemble Belisarius Cawl, Prime Conduit of the Omnissiah. Towering over his Adeptus Mechanicus brethren, he stands much taller than even other favoured Tech-Priests of the Omnissiah, with countless augmentations distorting his barely-human frame. He carries an Omnissian axe, which acts as a convenient mounting point for an array of sensors and his voice broadcasting unit, and an arc scourge – this arcane energy weapon is covered in cables, sensors and extra appendages. This theme of augmentation is continued throughout – Cawl’s robes are not-quite covering a massive amount of robotic extensions, with several extra legs, prehensile arms and cables dragging along behind him. A scryerskull hovers above, and there are several symbols of the Machine God dotted about the miniature.
Belisarius Cawl comes as 42 components, and is supplied with a Citadel 105mm x 70mm Oval base.
Masters of the Warhammer 40,000 Cult Mechanicus, Tech-Priests Dominus have an unlimited talent and hunger for war. Their minds are filled by a constant stream of information - bullet trajectories, optimal artillery arcs, las-pack capacities - and they use this information to destroy their enemies with every command.
This Warhammer 40,000 miniature from Games Workshop is an imposing figure, augmented to the point of being almost entirely cybernetic. His metal legs and additional arms lend him an air of alienation, and his two interchangeable heads mean he can be customised to fit both Cult Mechanicus and Skitarii images. He features an impressive array of weapons including:
This multi-part, twenty component plastic Warhammer 40,000 kit contains everything needed to make one Tech-Priest Dominus, and is supplied with one Citadel 50mm Round Base.
Ferratonic Furnace Sector Mechanicus is a large silo possibly filled with unmentionable chemicals, toxic waste or items too sinister to dwell upon, the Ferratonic Furnace provides an excellent platform for miniatures to battle on – as well as being stackable, and usable as supports for walkways. It’s covered in incredible details, with armoured panels and turbines making up the bulk of the structure. The door to the silo itself can be modelled open or closed, with the detail on the door being an especial standout with its complex locking mechanism visible. There are plenty of pipes, chains and winches included, which can be clipped in and out of place wherever you like using the plug-in holes beneath the gantries, and each piece of the kit features an Adeptus Mechanicus maker’s plate. Rules are included for using this scenery piece in games of Warhammer 40,000.
This kit contains 2 frames of plastic components – one featuring the silo, and one filled with platforms and walkways – and is compatible with every other kit in the Sector Mechanicus scenery range, meaning massive, multi-level-labyrinthine structures can be built for your battle to be fought on. They can even be combined with the Haemotrope Reactor, Promethium Relay Pipes and Void Shield Generator. Your imagination is the only limit – no two gaming tables ever need look the same!
Galvanic Servohaulers Sector Mechanicus is a highly-detailed plastic scenery kit. The Galvanic Servohaulers are a set of 2 haulers and a large crane, which open up a host of modelling options with which to add linear obstacles to your gaming table, providing cover for your miniatures and evoking a lived-in, working feel to the industrial scenery of the Sector Mechanicus range.
Sacristan Forgeshine Sector Mechanicu is a multi-part plastic kit containingthe components necessary to assemble a Sacristan Forgeshrine – a Sector Mechanicus scenery piece that confers advantages to Imperial Knights in battle. Compatible with all other Sector Mechanicus scenery sets, making it as modular and expandable as you like, it comprises 4 frames of Sector Mechanicus components:
- A Sacristan Forgeshrine frame, including a control point with space for 2 fusion batteries, which can be placed in the control point and removed at will, an operating console featuring keyboard and screen, 2 pipes, a welder arm, a toolbox and fire extinguisher;
- A floor frame, including 2 floor sections, 6 connecting plates, 4 end plates and a skull-shaped crane which can hang down from any section;
- A leg frame, with 4 sets of supporting legs, 4 sets of pipes which can be added below the floor sections, 2 ladders and a winch;
- A tank frame, featuring the central tank structure and 2 chimney stacks, with 7 pipe end caps and a short section of curved piping.
This kit is supplied as 54 components. Rules for use in games of Warhammer 40,000 can be found in Codex: Imperial Knights.
This Warhammer 40,000 boxed set is a great way to start a new army or expand an existing collection. The box contains:
The price of this Warhammer 40,000 Skitarii Army box represents an approximate 48% saving on buying the contents separately from Games Workshop.