The Bad Moon Loonshrine is a lynchpin in Gloomspite Gitz armies, disgorging teeming hordes of infantry and emboldening your forces. Hewn from glowing chunks of the Bad Moon itself, these megalithic structures quickly become encrusted with fungi and charged with strange energies. In your games, this invaluable terrain piece makes your units immune to battleshock and even has the chance to return slain grots to the field – and it doesn’t even cost any matched play points! This kit is supplied in 32 plastic components.
The Games Workshop Figure Cases are the best way to transport and protect your Citadel miniatures. Containing one set of brand new and cunningly designed channel foam, the Citadel Skirmish Figure Case has been specially designed to fit almost any model, any shaThe Citadel Figure Cases are the perfect way to transport and protect your Citadel miniatures. Containing one set of our revolutionary channel foam, the Citadel Skirmish Figure Case has been specially designed to fit almost any model that we make, any shape and size, quickly and easily without the chore of cutting and shaping to fit.
Packing and unpacking the case is absurdly quick and easy; any model, however pointy, placed anywhere within the channels will be protected as well as if you’d spent countless hours hacking away at a custom fit. You’ll free up more time to concentrate on games, painting or just showing off your miniatures collection. The channel foam is as efficient a use of space as possible, allowing you to store more models more safely than any other case. Have a look at the images or check out the video in the tab to the right to to get a taste for just how life-changingly excellent these cases are - you won’t be able to work out how you lived without them. It’s ok. Those dark times are over now.
We know that you want the best protection for your miniatures - the foam inside the case is slightly larger than the case itself, and will compress around the figures when closed, ensuring a minimum of movement for any miniature.. It also has nylon catches, so if you should drop it the catches won’t break. To ensure the robustness of the stress points, a metal hinge runs along the back, strengthening and adding a reassuring weightiness.. We also know that space can be at a premium when storing models, so the Skirmish and Battle cases have been designed to stack on top of each other for easy storage.
We’ve put a lot of effort and research into making the case as comfortable as possible to transport, with ergonomically-designed handles for maximum grip - and the lid locks open, meaning no terrible accidents crushing your beloved miniatures on the gaming table.pe and size, quickly and easily without the chore of cutting and shaping to fit. Packing and unpacking the case is quick and easy. Any model, however irregular, placed anywhere within the channels will be protected as well as if you’d spent countless hours hacking away at a custom fit. The channel foam is as efficient a use of space as possible, allowing you to store more models more safely than any other case. The foam inside the case is slightly larger than the case itself, and will compress around the figures when closed, ensuring a minimum of movement for any miniature.. It also has nylon catches, so if you drop your case the catches won’t break. To ensure the robustness of the stress points, a metal hinge runs along the back, strengthening the whole structure. We also know that space can be at a premium when storing models, so the Skirmish and Battle cases have been designed to stack on top of each other for easy storage. We’ve put a lot of effort and research into making the case as comfortable as possible to transport, with ergonomically-designed handles for maximum grip - and the lid locks open, meaning no terrible accidents crushing your beloved miniatures on the gaming table.
The Bad Moon is rising on the Mortal Realms – and the grots are marching to war. This battletome allows you to field an army of Gloomspite Gitz – a coalition of Moonclan Grots, Spiderfang Grots, troggoths and gargants united by a love hallucinogenic fungus and heinous violence. Inside this book, you'll find… - An in-depth look at the origins, lore and great battles of the Gloomspite Gitz - A showcase of stunningly painted miniatures – plus tips for painting your own - Powerful new faction abilities that let you represent the madcap tactics of the Gloomspite Gitz on your tabletop - Warscrolls and points profiles that let you build any kind of army you want – teeming hordes of grots, scuttling Spider Riders, brutish tribes of troggoths or a mix of the three - And more! If you're looking to spread destruction (or just take on the tabletop with hordes of squigs), Battletome: Gloomspite Gitz is your essential guide.
Harness the full magical might of the Gloomspite Gitz with this set of endless spells – powerful summoned sorceries unique to your faction. In kit, you'll find everything you need to build all four endless spells.
- The Malevolent Moon: a visage of the Bad Moon itself that disrupts spellcasters and crushes nearby enemies
- Mork’s Mighty Mushroom: a gigantic mushroom that melts hordes with mutating spores
- Scrapskuttle's Arachnacauldron: a sentient cauldron that enhances the caster’s abilities – for a price
- The Scuttletide: a stinging, biting horde of spiders
This kit is supplied in 15 components and contains 2 x 50mm round bases and 1 x 60mm round base.
Is any creature more beloved by Warhammer fans than the humble squig? These ravenous creatures have been an iconic part of the 41st Millennium, Mortal Realms and beyond for decades – so we've transformed them into dice. Squishy, bouncy, and sculpted to lovingly recreate the visage of Squigs, they’re the perfect accompaniment to any Orks or Gloomspite Gitz army.
Squig Hoppers bound madly into battle, wreaking havoc on anything they collide with. Each hurtling squig has a cackling grot clinging to its back, flailing wildly at nearby enemies as he tries vainly to steer his weird steed. Squig Hoppers are unpredictable and mobile, capable of leaping over terrain and enemy units in pursuit of prey. They're great for catching fleeing foes or chasing down vulnerable units in your opponent’s backline. Squig riders who have managed to survive more than a single, violently short-lived battle, Boingrot Bounderz wear loon helms and skewer their enemies with wickedly pointed pokin’ lances. Boingrot Bounderz are mobile and deadly front-line units. They're fast enough to get stuck into combat quickly – once there, they'll make short work of their enemies between biting squigs and stabs with their pokin’ lances. This set builds 10 Squig Hoppers or 10 Boingrot Bounderz, and includes a huge variety of options for customisation. Heads, weapons, riders and squigs are all interchangeable, meaning that no two models need look alike, even in the hugest of hordes. This kit is supplied in 140 components and contains 10 x 32mm round bases.
Skragrott the Loonking is the self-styled overlord the Gloomspite Gitz. His sinister presence upon the field of battle ensures his fellow grots fight with greater spite and cunning than ever. This magnificent miniature depicts the insane ruler of the Gloomspite Gitz in sumptuous detail, covered in grisly detail, totems, trinkets and fungi. You’ll find this model incredibly rewarding to paint as well as being a fantastic option in a Gloomspite Gitz army thanks to his powerful magical spells and command abilities. This kit is supplied in 8 components and contains 1 x 60mm oval base.
Squigs! Little more than mouths with legs and a terrible attitude, these vicious creatures are feared across the Mortal Realms for their rapacious appetites and are often employed by the Gloomspite Gitz on the front lines. These little monsters are a great choice in your army thanks to their incredible offensive punch – just point them in the vague direction of anything you need bitten, and charge. If you like, you can even field an army of the little monsters in matched play, with Squig Herds being a Battleline option for armies with a Moonclan general. Just imagine the look on your enemies’ faces… This kit features everything you need to build a herd of 10 squigs, with highly customisable faces. You'll also get a pair of Squig Herders to motivate your Squig Herds, with four possible variant models, of which you can build two. You'll also get accessories for basing – including a snail squig... This kit is supplied in 77 components and contains 12 x 25mm round bases.
When the Gloomspite Gitz take to the battlefield, their enemies approach their formations nervously, watchful for the spinning dervishes known as Fanatics. Armed with a massive ball and chain, Loonsmasha Fanatics are driven loopy with potent fungus brews then unleashed upon the enemy in a whirling storm. Though they inevitably come to grief in the end, Loonsmasha Fanatics cause bloody carnage first. Spinning madly, Sporesplatta Fanatics swing thwackwheezer puffshrooms attached to heavy metal chains. The spore clouds they generate veil the grot hordes from sight, and invigorate allies even as they choke and blind the foe. Fanatics are a deadly surprise-attack unit in the Gloomspite Gitz army. Before the game begins, you’ll be able to opt to secretly hide them inside your other units, releasing them for brutal and unexpected attacks. This kit builds 5 Loonsmasha Fanatics or 5 Sporesplatta Fanatics. This kit is packed with detail as well as a host of spares, including a skeletal squig, mushrooms and a bonus miniature of a grot being sick – perfect for adding some gribbly detail to your chosen bases. This kit is supplied in 45 components and contains 5 x 32mm round bases and 1 x 25mm round base.
The General’s Handbook is an essential update for all gamers in the Mortal Realms, packed with content for every kind of player. Expanding on the core rules, it’s an essential companion to matched play, toolbox for open play and treasure trove for narrative play all in one!
Inside this year’s softback General’s Handbook, you'll find…
The Player’s Code – a code of conduct for players of Warhammer Age of Sigmar designed to encourage sportsmanship and good play for all gamers.
New rules for open play, including...
The Open War Army Generator – designed to generate armies for any kind of open play games, making the process of picking an army for your games quick and simple by selecting a small, medium, or large force.
Open War Terrain – presents four different methods of setting terrain up before your games, including an optional terrain generator, and optional rules to provide instructions for where you place terrain on your battlefield.
Open War Close-quarters Battle Generator – turn your dining table into an epic battlefield with rules for playing in limited spaces.
Hidden Agendas – spice up your games secondary objectives that represent the secret goals of the armies fighting a battle.
New rules for narrative play, including:
- Streets of Death – expanded rules for urban combat in the Mortal Realms, allowing you to battle through cities with rules for narrow streets, demolitions, sewers, barricades and more
- Arcane objectives – a table that adds extra narrative dimensions to the objectives in your games
- Regiments of Renown – customise your chosen units to represent their prowess in battle with six tables of special abilities
- Elixia, the Shattered City – a historical setting in the Mortal Realms that’s perfect for small-scale narrative battles
- Raids and Ambushes – thrilling asymmetric battles where one player ambushes or raids a defender.
- Naming your Heroes – generate names for your chosen champions with tables for the Stormcast Eternals, Slaves to Darkness, Khorne, Nurgle, Tzeentch, Slaanesh, Skaven, Ironjawz, Gloomspite Gitz, Idoneth Deepkin, and Nighthaunt
- Mercenary Companies – recruit notorious mercenaries to any army, regardless of Grand Alliance, from Gargants to Fyreslayers
New rules for matched play, including:
- Updated rules for Pitched Battles – including guidance on army size, points limits, battlefield roles, allied units, warscroll battalions and more, essential for tournament play
- 12 Pitched Battle battleplans – each offering their own tactical challenges
- Pitched Battle tournaments – a set of rules designed to help you arrange your own tournaments that can be modified as you see fit
- Meeting Engagements – a set of rules that let you play fast, balanced games on small-sized battlefields designed to provide all the thrills of matched play in less than 90 minutes, plus six new Meeting Engagement Battleplans and suggested tournament rules
Conquest Unbound – updated allegiance abilities, including battle traits, command traits and artefacts of power for Darkling Covens, Dispossessed, Free Peoples, Seraphon, Wanderers, Slaves to Darkness, and Ironjawz
Pitched Battle Profiles – a separate, 32-page booklet containing pitched battle points values, unit sizes and battlefield roles for the units you can use in games of Warhammer Age of Sigmar, also including scenery, endless spells, Compendium and Forge World models