Datacards: Death Guard Designed to make it easier to keep track of Tactical Objectives, psychic powers and Stratagems in games of Warhammer 40,000, this set of 60 cards – each featuring artwork on the reverse – is an indispensable tool in the arsenal of any Death Guard gamer. Included: - 7 psychic power cards - 6 from the Contagion psychic discipline, along with Smite; - 14 Death Guard Stratagems available to any Battle-forged Death Guard army as found in Codex: Death Guard, along with 3 Stratagems – Command Re-roll, Counter-Offensive and Insane Bravery – from the Warhammer 40,000 rules, available to any army; - 36 Tactical Objectives, including the 6 Death Guard specific Objectives from Codex: Death Guard.
Codex: Death Guard contains a wealth of background and rules – the definitive book for Death Guard collectors. Within this 104-page hardback, you’ll find:
Background - The Wages of Heresy: a detailed history of the Death Guard’s descent into absolute filth and corruption, driven into a grotesque damnation by the cold ambition of Mortarion, and a description of their homeworld and their enormous, rotting Plague Fleets; - The organisation of the Death Guard: a surprisingly organised and coherent Legion, for all the rot and bloat, with 7 Plague Companies at the head of a vast and diverse force; - The Chronicle of Virulence: a timeline of the Death Guard’s ten-thousand-year war of sickness waged against the servants of the false Emperor, with an annotated map showing key war zones; - Heraldry and colour schemes for a variety of vectoriums and warbands; - Background and details on each character and unit available to a Death Guard army; - A showcase of beautifully painted Citadel miniatures, depicting the colour schemes of the Death Guard expertly painted by the ‘Eavy Metal team.
Rules Everything you need to get a Death Guard army primed for games of Warhammer 40,000 is in here: - 33 datasheets containing rules for every Death Guard unit; - Army abilities reflecting the Death Guard’s methods of war; - Gifts of the Plague God: wargear both ranged and close-combat used by the Death Guard; - Points values for all miniatures, weapons and wargear for use in Matched Play games; - Scions of Mortarion: rules for Battle-forged armies: - 6 unique Warlord Traits, - 14 unique Stratagems (with a focus on the psychic might of this army), - the Relics of Decay (6 rare artefacts unique to the Death Guard), - the unique Contagion psychic discipline, available to all Death Guard psykers; - 6 unique Tactical Objectives.
Mortarion Daemon Primarch of Nurgle is a multi-part plastic kit contains the components necessary to assemble one towering model – the word ‘miniature’ barely does it justice, as he looms over the rest of the Death Guard and gives even Bloodthirsters something to look up to!
He is clad in baroque power armour known as the Barbaran Plate – this is covered in rust and rot, with skulls, spikes and Nurgle symbolism on each of the chunky components. Mouldering robes, chains and a rotten cowl hang from this armour, partially covering the system of pipes that feed his breathing apparatus – it is safe to assume that this ventilator isn’t delivering fresh and clean air to Mortarion, rather vile spores and disease.
He is armed with 2 foul weapons: a massive scythe named Silence, a rusting yet razor-sharp blade featuring brutal chain-teeth, stained with the blood of worlds and capable even of hacking a Reaver Titan to pieces; and The Lantern, an ancient energy pistol. There are two modelling options for these weapons – one option features the weapons down by Mortarion’s side, the other features a much more aggressive pose.
Mortarion features huge, decaying wings – these are modelled with pockmarks, holes and tears, representing the horror and decay of Nurgle’s hordes. Speaking of Nurgle’s hordes, there are plenty of extras with this kit – 2 Nurgling Drones carrying phosphex bombs hang from the chains on Mortarion’s armour, with a further 3 on the base: 1 carries a Chaos icon, one waves a censer and one carries a tank of unmentionably horrid substances.
The base itself is detailed with rocks which themselves are being corrupted by the foul presence of the Daemon Primarch. Mortarion, Daemon Primarch of Nurgle comes as 78 components, and is supplied with a Citadel 100mm Round base.
Striding onto the battlefield like a demigod of war, the Despoiler scowls at the mortal chattel before him. He is an ender of worlds, a destroyer of hope, a bane unto the galaxy itself. Yet he is not beyond the siren call of battle, and leads his Black Legion to acts of pitiless slaughter whenever a worthy foe is near. Abaddon the Despoiler is the ultimate Chaos character. Terrifyingly capable on the battlefield, he'll transform any army of Chaos Space Marines into a deadlier fighting force, either by causing carnage on the front lines or lending invaluable aura abilities to nearby troops. This kit brings Abaddon to life in magnificent detail, drawing on three decades of art and lore to create a definitive representation of this iconic character. No detail has been spared – with baroque armour, intricate mechanical detail and grisly trophies, it’s a pleasure to paint and will immediately stand out from the rest of your collection. Even the base has a wealth of sculpted detail to help show Abaddon in all his dark glory! You'll even be able to customise your Abaddon with optional extras. You can model yours with or without the cape depending on your preference, while a choice of three heads is provided to ensure that your model fits your interpretation of the Warmaster. One features Abaddon’s classic grimace, another bears the likeness of Horus, while the last features an ominous rebreather. This kit is supplied in 31 plastic components, and comes with a 60mm round base.
Ahriman Sorcerer of Tzeentch Thousand Sons contains the components necessary to one plastic model. Armed with an Inferno bolt pistol and the Black Staff of Ahriman, he comes elevated upon a Disc of Tzeentch. Supplied with a Citadel 50mm Round base.
Biologus Putrifier Death Guard is a multi-part plastic kit containing the components necessary to assemble one model. He’s clad in the usual corrupted, rusting armour of the Death Guard, with plenty of the Nurgle symbolism and sinister emerging tentacles you’d expect (as well as burn marks and melting panels, possibly due to the caustic potions he experiments with) – but the standout feature is the enormous rack of blight grenades that hangs from his back, covered in a dozen or more plague-filled explosive containers ripe for the picking. He wields an injector pistol, which he is posed in the act of reloading with a vial of some unpleasant concoction; a tentacle also grips a plague knife. Even the breathing apparatus on his helmet features a proboscis-like extrusion – all the better for sensing the results of his experiments.
This Warhammer 40,000 kit comes as 10 components, and is supplied with a Citadel 40mm Round base.
An Abominable Intellect rises in the Blackstone Fortress, attracting more hostiles from their dark hiding places. Are you ready for the challenge?
These models were originally released in Blackstone Fortress: Escalation. They are perfect for use as hostiles with the Abominable Intellect cards, which increase the difficulty level of your quests in the Blackstone Fortress, or as models in a Warhammer 40,000 Chaos Army. Rules for using these models in Warhammer 40,000 can be found in Blackstone Fortress: Escalation.
- 1 Cultist Firebrand
- 1 Cultist Champion
- 6 Chaos Cultists
This is a multipart plastic kit supplied with 1x 32mm and 7x 25mm Citadel round bases.
A daemonic rot grows inside the Blackstone Fortress. The Infested Brethren – foul servants of the Plague God, Nurgle – have made their way to the uncharted reaches of the Western Reaches, and now worm their way through the ancient station like maggots through a bloated corpse.
Father Nurgle's blessings reach the Blackstone Fortress and even spread as far as Precipice and only your explorers can stop the rot! As well as the Quest to End the Plagues, No Respite also features rules for using Poxwalkers and Plague Marines in your other expeditions.
The Set Includes:
– 3 multipart, push fit Plague Marine miniatures
– 6 multipart, push fit and single-piece Poxwalker miniatures
– 1 24-page No Respite booklet
– 1 Thrice-cursed Shrine Sheet
– 2 Punchboards, containing 56 tokens
– 9 double-sided Plague cards
– 12 Affliction cards
– 12 Exploration cards
– 4 Encounter cards
– 2 Hostile Reference cards
– 3 Node of Corruption cards
– 3 Medical Marvel cards
– 1 Thrice-cursed Shrine envelope (containing your reward for success)
You will need a copy of Warhammer Quest: Blackstone Fortress and Warhammer Quest: Blackstone Fortress – Escalation to use the contents of this set.
Blightlord Terminators Death Guard is a multi-part plastic kit contains the components necessary to assemble a unit of 5 Blightlord Terminators. Resplendent in their cracked, rotting Cataphractii shells, they are bursting with squirming tentacles, covered all over with pustulent signs of Nurgle’s gifts: spikes, boils, grinning toothed maws and vile respirators all feature heavily. Each comes armed with a combi-bolter, and a choice of either a balesword or bubotic axe – there are some other, equally unpleasant weapons included, meaning one model can replace their combi-bolter with either a plague spewer, reaper autocannon or blight launcher, and another can carry a fearsome double-handed flail of corruption. The Champion of the unit can take combi-weapon upgrades; there’s a plasma, flamer and melta variant available.
There are 8 variant heads available, a mix of helmeted and bare. The Blightlord Terminators come as 64 components, and are supplied with 5 Citadel 40mm Round bases.
The roar of a Chaos Biker's engine fires the damned soul of its rider to acts of greater recklessness. They trail brimstone and death in their wake as the harbingers of the dark legions. This box is the most cost effective way to buy three multi-part plastic Chaos Bikes. The bikes can be armed with bolters, and there are bolt pistols with which to arm the Bikers. Also included is a Chaos Space Marine Transfer Sheet. These kits are supplied unpainted and require assembly - we recommend using Citadel Plastic Glue and Citadel Paints.
Warhammer 40,000 Chaos Cultists can be found almost anywhere the Imperium has spread. At first glance they are indistinguishable from normal men, but under their clothes, their flesh is tattooed and branded. When the Chaos Space Marines come to a planet, the Cultists are revealed. The Chaos Cultists are garbed in ragged cloaks, macabre masks and sinister-looking hoods, and display an array of intricate features from studs and straps to daggers, wires and pouches. These exceptionally detailed snap-fit models carry a mixture of close combat weapons and ranged weapons, including spiked maces, flails, autoguns and auto pistols. This unit of Chaos Cultists will make an excellent addition to any Warhammer 40,000 collection. This kit includes 10 components and five 25mm round bases with which to make 5 Chaos Cultists.
A Chaos Lord is a tyrannical warrior king who lives to bathe in the blood of worlds. He strives to bring whole star systems to their knees in the name of his patron deities. Typified by merciless ambition and fierce pride, many of these champions of disorder were once noble Chapter Masters and Captains of the Adeptus Astartes, but long years of unremitting war have twisted their souls beyond recovery. The Chaos Lord is multipart plastic kit. Previously only available in Warhammer Quest: Blackstone Fortress, the Chaos Lord is a single-posed, push-fit miniature. He is a potent HQ choice in a Chaos Space Marines army and makes for an excellent Warlord option to lead your forces. The Chaos Lord is equipped for close-ranged combat, with a powerful combination of plasma pistol and thunder hammer making him a great front-line fighter. This kit builds one Chaos Lord. It is supplied in 6 plastic components and comes with one 40mm Citadel Round Base.
These Aspiring Chaos Champions are the boldest and most daring of the soldier band and lead their fellow Chaos Space Marines through the anarchy of war.
The Forgefiend Daemon Engine deals out death from afar. Maulerfiends, on the other hand, are close quarter attack beasts. Forgefiends and Maulerfiends are both hulking fusions of metal and flesh of grotesque and bizarre detail.
Khorne Beserkers is a multi-part plastic boxed set containing enough parts to make 12 multi-part plastic Khorne Berzerkers armed with bolt pistol and a mix of chainweapons (there are six chainswords and six chainaxes). The Berzerkers can be modelled either standing or running, there are 12 helmeted heads of four different designs and a bare head to represent the Berzerker Champion. Also included are three plasma pistols, six holstered bolt pistols, nine sheathed swords, three skulls on chains and additional grenades and ammo packs.
These miniatures are supplied with 12 32mm round bases and 2 Chaos Space Marine Transfer Sheets.
Over the Millennia the Warhammer 40,000 Chaos Space Marines have made many modifications to their Rhinos. They have added extra weapons and spiked rams. The Warhammer 40,000 Chaos Rhino can transport up to 10 Chosen, Possessed, Chaos Space Marines or Chaos Havocs.
The box contains a single Chaos Rhino.
Chaos Space Marines Havocs are the long range heavy weapons specialists of the Chaos Space Marines is a 5-man multipart plastic kit, with multiple weapon options. The spare heavy weapons are compatible with the Chaos Space Marines squads. Havocs provide the Traitor Legions with devastating anti-infantry and anti-armour firepower, dominating large swathes of the battlefield with volley after punishing volley. Such is the blood-pounding thrill of pouring heavy fire into the enemy ranks that many Havocs become obsessed by the power their weapons afford them. They see themselves as gods of the battlefield, blasting the insect vermin of the enemy into oblivion with each twitch of the finger. If it’s heavy fire support you're after, Havocs offer you everything you need and more, with a variety of murderous weaponry with which to annihilate your enemies – be they infantry or heavily armoured targets. The set includes 4 multipart plastic Havocs that can be equipped with a heavy weapon chosen from the following options in the kit: - 2 autocannons - 2 heavy bolters - 2 lascannons - 2 missile launchers - 1 reaper chaincannon Also included is a multipart plastic Aspiring Champion that can be equipped with any of the following weapon options in the kit: - 1 plasma gun - 1 meltagun - 1 flamer - 1 power maul - 1 chainsword
Sorcerers of Chaos shape the destiny of the galaxy with forbidden rituals and unspeakable pacts. They channel the soul-blasting energies of the warp into potent hexes and blasts of flame, as they mould the material universe with little more than a hate-filled curse.
This plastic kit is comprised of 9 components and builds one Chaos Space Marines Sorcerer armed with a force stave. The model comes supplied with a Citadel 40mm Round Base.
The rules for this model can be found in Codex: Chaos Space Marines, Codex: Thousand Sons and Codex: Death Guard.
Not even the Space Marines are safe from the lure of Chaos. Whether they hail from the dark days of the Horus Heresy or turned traitor more recently, these baleful warriors combine their gene-given gifts with dark blessings and malefic sorceries, transformed by years of battle into fearless, superhuman reavers.
Chaos Space Marines are the core of any Chaos army. Equally at home shredding opponents at range with bolter fire as they are in bloody melee, these guys can be geared up for pretty much any purpose you want on the battlefield. Combined with your choice of Marks of Chaos, Chaos Icons and deadly weaponry, they've got a place in any of your army lists.
This kit builds 10 Chaos Space Marines, with your choice of weapons. The set is absolutely packed with optional extras, giving you the choice of arming every member of the squad with close-combat weapons and pistols or ranged wargear. You’ll be able to add your choice of plasma gun, flamer, meltagun, heavy bolter and missile launcher. Optional components let you build up to two Aspiring Champions, giving you the freedom to build the set as a single squad of 10 or two squads of 5. A Chaos icon, interchangeable components and optional grenades offer you even more choice, ensuring no two units need look alike. The set is even designed to be compatible with the Havocs, allowing you to mix and match heavy weapons for even more choice.
This set is supplied in 144 plastic components and contains 10 x 32mm round bases.
Chaos Terminators are heavily armoured veterans clad in debased suits of Tactical Dreadnought armour. They form the elite of their masters’ warbands, for though they are ponderous compared to their power armour-clad comrades, nothing short of a dedicated anti-tank laser can stop a Terminator in full stride. Spiked trophy racks protrude from massive shoulders, the skulls of the enemy a barbaric testament to their wearer’s martial prowess. Helmets have grown into bestial masks that sprout great tusks and razored horns, many of which have fused directly into the skulls of their wearers.
Chaos Terminators are excellent all-round fighters. Not only does their Terminator armour lend them superior survivability to other Chaos Space Marine units, but their towering size and grisly trophy racks really sets them apart on the battlefield.
The set includes 5 multipart plastic Chaos Terminators, each of which can be equipped with a variety of melee and ranged weapons. The following weapon options are included in the kit.
- 1 chain axe
- 1 chainfist
- 1 power sword
- 1 power axe
- 1 power maul
- 2 power fists
- 2 lightning claws
- 1 heavy flamer
- 1 reaper autocannon
- 5 combi-weapons
The greatest Warhammer 40,000 Chaos Champions are the Chaos Lords - men with the incredible vision and strength to bind the forces of Chaos to their will. Warhammer 40,000 Chaos Lords are supreme warriors, having fought and led men in battle for hundreds of years. The Chaos Lord's undying devotion is rewarded with numerous gifts of power, unholy artefacts and physical mutation.
This boxed set contains enough parts to build 1 plastic Warhammer 40,000 Chaos Terminator Lord with a variety of Chaos symbols and weaponry.
Codex: Chaos Space Marines is your complete guide to the Heretic Astartes – a brotherhood of superhuman traitors hell-bent on destroying the Imperium they once helped build.
In this codex, you'll discover how the Chaos Space Marines came to be, their dark plans for the Imperium, and how they fight. Lore and timelines explore the long, shadowed history of these malefic warriors, from the dark days of the Horus Heresy to their renewed assault on realspace following the opening of the Cicatrix Maledictum. Collected art and illustrations bring the dark world of the Chaos Space Marines to life, while rules allow you to field an army from the Black Legion, Alpha Legion, World Eaters, Night Lords, Word Bearers, Emperor's Children, Iron Warriors, as well as renegade warbands, including ones of your own devising.
You'll be able to choose from a dark arsenal, containing everything from frothing, zealous Cultists to daemonforged war engines like the Defiler. Faction rules let you tailor your strategy and tactics to the legendary Traitor Legions, like the bloodthirsty World Eaters or relentless Iron Warriors, while a huge set of Stratagems offer you all manner of dirty tricks to unleash on your foes.
Meanwhile, the book is a fantastic resource for collectors, containing tips for building your army, examples of Chaos Space Marines forces, and loads of invaluable reference material and alternative colour schemes for painters.
This book contains:
- Lore and art exploring the history and goals of the Chaos Space Marines
- A showcase of beautifully painted miniatures
- 53 datasheets providing rules for using Chaos Space Marines in your games of Warhammer 40,000, including a datasheet for the Noctilith Crown scenery piece
- Profiles for all weapons and wargear of the Chaos Space Marines, including 5 different Chaos icons
- Legion Traits – specific special rules for the Black Legion, Alpha Legion, Iron Warriors, Night Lords, Word Bearers, World Eaters, Emperor’s Children, and Renegade Chapters
- 24 unique Stratagems, including 7 specific to particular Legions
- Prayers to the Dark Gods: 6 prayers for any Chaos Space Marines with the Priest keyword and 4 Mark of Chaos prayers for those dedicated to a singular deity
- The Dark Hereticus and Malefic psychic disciplines, 12 psychic powers for Pskers of the Chaos Space Marines, and 3 Mark of Chaos psychic powers
- Artefacts of Chaos – 14 weapons and artefacts available only to Chaos Space Marines
- Warlord Traits for the Chaos Space Marines, including 7 specific to particular Legions
- Points values for every unit, weapon and piece of wargear for use if you are playing a matched play game, or a game that uses a points limit
- 6 Tactical Objectives unique to the Chaos Space Marines
This is an updated version of Codex: Chaos Space Marines, containing new art, lore and updated rules encompassing new content from Imperium Nihilus: Vigilus Ablaze, including Prayers to the Dark Gods, updated units, and more. If you already own a copy of Chaos Space Marines and Vigilus Ablaze, you'll find this book a handy compilation. However, you do not need a copy of the original codex or Vigilus Ablaze to use this product!
Codex: Chaos Knights is your complete guide to the Questoris Traitoris – the Chaos Knights.
In this codex, you'll discover how the Chaos Knights were once paragons of honour and nobility, but fell to the corrupting influences of the Dark Gods. In some cases, entire households have turned against the Imperium in this manner, though others fight as masterless, lone renegades known as Dreadblades.
This 72-page hardback book is also a fantastic resource for collectors, containing tips for building your army, examples of Chaos Knights forces, and loads of invaluable reference material and alternative colour schemes for painters.
This book contains:
- Lore and art exploring the history and goals of the Chaos Knights, including the background, illustrated examples of colour schemes and heraldries for the following Chaos Knight Households – Lucaris, Herpetrax, Khymere, Vextrix, and Khomentis – as well as the infamous Dreadblades Sire of Doom, Decima, Incarnate Slaughter, The Gilded King, Hope’s Shroud, Aesyr, Empyrean Scythe, Hatred of Krastellan, and Litany of Destruction
- A showcase of beautifully painted miniatures
- 5 datasheets providing rules for using Chaos Knights in your games of Warhammer 40,000
- Questoris Traitoris Armaments – profiles for all weapons and wargear of the Chaos Knights
- Household Ambitions – Household-specific special rules for either Iconoclast or Infernal Chaos Knight Households
- 23 Stratagems
- Dreadblade Pacts and Damnations – a choice of 6 Pacts and 6 Damnations which provide additional special rules for your Chaos Knights
- Artefacts of Tyranny – 14 weapons and artefacts available only to Chaos Knights
- Warlord Traits for the Chaos Knights
- Points values for every unit, weapon and piece of wargear for use if you are playing a matched play game, or any game that uses a points limit
- 6 Tactical Objectives unique to the Chaos Knights
Cypher is a multi-part plastic kit contains the components necessary to assemble Cypher, Lord of the Fallen. He is bedecked in archaic, makeshift gear – as a renegade, with no Chapter to call his own, Cypher makes the best of whatever gear he can gather together. His backpack has been refitted countless times over the centuries, and his armour is a mix of various patterns. He’s armed with a bolt pistol, and a plasma pistol incorporating an external heat dissipator. His cowl and cloak are certainly well-used, with holes and tears everywhere – but the standout is the enormous sword he carries on his back. This may or may not be the fabled Lion Sword, and if it is, Cypher’s unknowable intentions become even more interesting… This kit comes as 8 components, and is supplied with a Citadel 32mm Round base.
Dark Apostles make up the priesthood of the Dark Gods. Just as the Chaplains of the loyalist Space Marines uphold the creeds of their Chapters, the Dark Apostles devote their lives to the propagation of the unholy word, actively spreading the worship of Chaos across the galaxy. Their efforts do not go unrewarded – Dark Apostles are surrounded by daemonic auras of protection that shimmer and writhe as they chant their blasphemous prayers.
The Dark Apostle set is a 3-model, multipart plastic kit. The Dark Apostle is an integral HQ choice in a Chaos Space Marines army and can be accompanied by a pair of Dark Disciples. The Dark Apostle bears an accursed crozius and a fell daemonic tome. In battle, he can chant prayers to beseech the Dark Gods for their unholy blessings. The relics of corruption carried by the Dark Disciples aid their master in his prayers to the Chaos Gods.
This kit builds one Dark Apostle and two Dark Disciples. It is supplied in 19 plastic components and comes with one 40mm Citadel Round Base and two 25mm Citadel Round Bases.
Lead your corrupted household to war with these datacards – an invaluable reference resource for Chaos Knights players. These cards are designed to make referencing key information in your games simple, giving you more time to crush your weakling enemies beneath your mighty tread.
In this set, you'll find easy-reference cards for 26 Stratagems, 6 Dreadblade Pacts and 6 Dreadblade Damnations, plus a full deck of Tactical Objectives cards.
Please note – you'll need a copy of Codex: Chaos Knights to use this set.
Plot the downfall of the False Emperor (or anyone else you’re battling!) with these datacards – an invaluable reference resource for Chaos Space Marines players.
These cards are designed to make referencing key information in your games simpler, meaning less time trying to find the right page in your codex, and more time to crush the thin-blooded whelps who dare stand before you! In this set, you'll find easy-reference cards for 27 Stratagems, 16 psychic powers, and 10 Prayers to the Dark Gods, plus a full deck of Tactical Objectives cards. Please note – you'll need a copy of Codex: Chaos Space Marines to use this set.
Datacards: Grey Knights 7 psychic power cards for Warhammer 40,000 - 6 from the Sanctic psychic discipline, along with Smite; - 16 Grey Knights Stratagems available to any Battle-forged Grey Knights army as found in Codex: Grey Knights (excluding auxillary Detachments), along with 3 Stratagems – Command Re-roll, Counter-Offensive and Insane Bravery – from the Warhammer 40,000 rules, available to any army; - 36 Tactical Objectives, including the 6 Grey Knights specific Objectives from Codex: Grey Knights.
Death Guard Deathshroud Body Guard is a multi-part plastic kit contains the components necessary to assemble a set of 3 Deathshroud Bodyguard. Impressively large and dense, covered in rot, decay, tentacles and horror, these models exemplify the corrupting gift that Nurgle imparts. Each is armed with a manreaper – a large scythe, pitted and pockmarked with rust and disease, it stands even taller than the Deathshroud who brandish it – and a plaguespurter gauntlet, used to squirt unpleasant maladies at the unfortunate. Each of the three is bedecked with Nurgle symbolism, found in the rust, boils and chips in their armour, through which vile tentacled and bloated flesh poke, barely covered by ragged cloaks. there are 7 variant heads included, a mix of helmeted and bare, and an extra plaguespurter gauntlet – this is for an optional unit Champion, who has the option of wielding two of these.
Deathshroud Bodyguard come as 51 components, and are supplied with 3 Citadel 40mm Round bases. Mortarion’s bodyguard are the elite of the Death Guard.
Easy to Build: Lord Felthius and Tainted Cohort Death Guard Warhammer 40,000 plastic kit contains Lord Felthius, a Death Guard Chaos Lord in Terminator Armour and his Tainted Cohort, made up of 3 Blightlord Terminators. Push-fit, with no glue required, these are incredibly straightforward to put together, and come on pre-coloured green plastic sprues.
Lord Felthius is a particularly fine example of a Chaos Lord who truly loves his work – despite (or possibly because of) his pitted, rotting Terminator armour, his face is modelled in a cheerful rictus, staring proudly at the plague censer held aloft in his right hand which is dripping viscous fluids of an unpleasantly diseased nature.
His armour is decorated with chainmail, furs and a boil-covered cloak, and the manreaper in his left hand features connectors and pipes that allow it to secrete diseased fluids that infect everything it touches. His accompanying Tainted Cohort are no less horrific – 3 Blightlord Terminators. These are armed with the following: 1 carries a combi-bolter and balesword, 1 carries a combi-bolter and bubotic axe, and 1 wields a plaguespitter which is a bit, well, dribbly. Each has the horrible, rusted marks of Nurgle you would expect, and the Blightlord Terminator with the balesword is literally bursting with bubo-covered tentacles – they’re sticking out of where his face should be…
There are even 3 extra little pieces of detail for the bases of these miniatures – 3 Nurglings, 1 pulling the pin from a grenade, 1 with a rather sinister grin and 1 which is little more than a quivering, meaty clump of tentacles.
This Warhammer 40,000 plastic kit comes as 26 components, and is supplied with 4 40mm Round bases. Rules for these miniatures are included in the box.
Easy to Build: Myphitic Blight Hauler Death Guard is a push fit Warhammer 40,000 kit with no glue required. It is incredibly straightforward to put together and comes on a pre-coloured green plastic sprue.
Myphitic Blight-hauler is an unpleasant combination of machine and putrid rotting meat. From the front, it resembles some grotesque armoured vehicle, with a curved carapace featuring the symbol of Nurgle and 2 large, covered tracks. Where this differs from an ordinary attack vehicle, however, is the toothed maw at the bottom. From the rear, the horror continues – a third track is visible, along with a mass of flabby flesh, bound into the machine with straps and metal.
The Myphitic Blight-hauler is armed with a multi-melta and missile launcher, which are mounted either side of the carapace. This Warhammer 40,000 plastic kit comes as 13 components, and is supplied with a Citadel 80mm Round base. Rules for this miniature are included in the box.
Easy to Build: Plague Marines Chaos Space Marines this kit contains 2 Plague Marines and 1 Plague Marine Champion. It comes as 14 components, and is supplied with a transfer sheet and 3 32mm Round slotted bases. Rules for these miniatures are included in the box.
Easy to Build: Poxwalkers Chaos Space Marines set of 6 Easy To Build Death Guard Poxwalkers. It comes as 11 components, and is supplied with 6 32mm Round slotted bases. Rules for these miniatures are included in the box.
Exalted Sorcerers multi-part plastic kit contains all the parts necessary to make 3 miniature figures, each armed with Inferno bolt pistols and force staves. The kit includes 6 different chest plates, 7 different heads and a Disc of Tzeentch – this can be modelled upside down with different visible details, and includes magic flame for elevation. Supplied with 3 32mm Round bases and 1 40mm Round base.
Clonefather. Primogenitor. Spider. Fabius Bile has laboured under many epithets during his long and wicked life, but none truly convey the unrepentant evil of this heretic crypto-scientist. A twister of flesh and a sculptor of nightmares, Fabius Bile is one of the most abominable renegades to blight the Emperor's realm.
In command of Fabius, you can unleash gene-spliced horrors upon an unsuspecting galaxy, bringing your enemies to their knees. Bile is also more than capable of taking care of himself too, carrying as he does the deadly Rod of Torment. He can be accompanied by a Surgeon Acolyte, who assists him in his twisted work. This pair make an excellent modelling or painting project and are an excellent addition to a Chaos Space Marines army.
This 21-piece kit creates one Fabius Bile and one Surgeon Acolyte. It comes supplied with a 40mm Citadel round base and a 32mm Citadel round base.
Rules for using Fabius and his Surgeon Acolyte can be found in Psychic Awakening: War of the Spider.
Foetid Bloat Drone Death Guard is a multi-part plastic kit containing the components necessary to assemble a Foetid Bloat-drone. A huge, intimidating amalgamation of machine and rotting meat, the front of the model is dominated by a carapace which can be assembled as 1 of 3 options – one featuring a Nurgle symbol picked out in skulls, one featuring the symbol carved into the carapace, and one featuring a hideous toothed maw covered in pustules, tentacles and hoses dangling from within. It comes armed with 2 plague spitters and a plague probe; whichever carapace you pick, the plague spitters can be replaced with either a heavy blight launcher or a flesh mower (which looks as utterly ghastly as it sounds…) The back of the model is a riot of horrendous detail, with obscenely stretched skin spilling over the metal structures that barely contain it
This Warhammer 40,000 kit comes as 44 components, and is supplied with a Citadel 60mm Round base.
Foul Blightspawn Death Guard is a multi-part plastic kit contains the components necessary to assemble a Foul Blightspawn. He carries an enormous, sinister tank on his back – the incubatum – brimming with foul and noxious disease, which he squirts indiscriminately with malign cheerfulness. His plague sprayer in his left hand drips this vile concoction with no thought for where it may land. A crack in his armour shows the unpleasant extent of his modifications; the gears and pistons of a malignant churn are forcibly driven into his guts. His armour, as well as being covered in rot, features plenty of icons of Nurgle, skulls and rust. There’s even an optional Nurgling clutching a blight grenade to be added to the base.
This Warhammer 40,000 kit comes as 8 components, and is supplied with a Citadel 40mm Round base.
Multi-part plastic kit
A brand-new Chaos Space Marines character, Armed with a Daemon-touched relic, the Helspear, and equipped with a jump pack
Knights Desecrator possess potent mid- to close-range armaments that lend themselves toward duelling enemy war engines or monstrous beasts, or tearing down the foe's Fortifications. Armed with a laser destructor, it packs a considerable punch at considerable range.
The Knight Desecrator is a truly imposing kit in every sense of the word – it towers over most other models on the tabletop and a choice of vicious faceplates and optional chains, pipes, spikes and horns allow you to customise your Knight, making it as malicious as you want. They can also be armed with a choice of either reaper chainsword or thunderstrike gauntlet with which to crush any foe that survives a barrage from its laser destructor.
This multipart plastic kit is supplied as 119 components and includes a Citadel 170mm oval base and a Chaos Knight transfer sheet, which features iconography for Houses Lucaris, Herpetrax, and Khymere, as well as a huge variety of Chaos runes and markings. It can also be assembled as a Knight Rampager.
Magnus The Red Daemon Primarch of Tzeench plastic kit contains the components necessary to assemble one model. An imposing winged model whose size is appropriate to his power, he comes with a selection of 3 different faces (cyclopean, open helm and closed helm), is clad in armour dating from before the dark days of the Horus Heresy and has an array of modelling options: accessories include magical tomes, scrolls and daggers. He’s armed with the frankly ostentatious Blade of Magnus, modelled as a choice of glaive or sword. Supplied with a Citadel 100mm Round based, and a crushed Space Wolf Dreadnought for a base detail!
Amidst the thunderous tumult of battle, a Master of Executions strides unflinchingly forwards, his mind focused on the gruesome decapitations he will soon administer. He is a being of singular purpose, a brutal weapon in the arsenal of the Heretic Astartes, and his existence is driven by an unquenchable desire to take as trophies the heads of mighty champions and charismatic leaders. The Master of Executions is multipart plastic kit. He is a striking HQ choice in a Chaos Space Marines army whose sole purpose is to eliminate enemy characters with his fearsome (and utterly enormous) axe of dismemberment. The model displays all the grisly hallmarks of an executioner, with a trophy rack, bone decoration all over his armour, and he also clutches a pair of recently decapitated heads in his right hand. This kit builds one Master of Executions. It is supplied in 9 plastic components, including a choice of bare or hooded head, and comes with one 40mm Citadel Round Base.
Nauseous Rotbone Death Guard is a multi-part plastic kit contains the components necessary to assemble a Death Guard Plague Surgeon. He carries a bolt pistol and balesword, but where the real fun lies is in the various corrupted medical instruments he carries – narthecium-like instruments containing horrific plagues are all over his armour, with an ancient, rusted reductor perfect for stealing gene-seeds on his right arm. Much of his armour is concealed by a cowl and cloak, but the armour that is visible is covered in the pits, rust and corrosion expected from such a devotee of the Death Guard. His right shoulder bears a vile plaguebearer's head, and the device on his back… the less said about that, the better.
This Warhammer 40,000 kit comes as 9 components, and is supplied with a Citadel 40mm Round base.
Noctilith Crowns are brutal edifices raised up by the Chaos Space Marines to weaken the very foundations of reality. Crafted from the mysterious material known as blackstone, these vast psychic resonators thin the veil to deadly effect.
The Noctilith Crown is a dedicated Fortification for your Chaos army. Protecting your troops with a shield of energy, it’ll make long-ranged warriors like Havocs and Obliterators incredibly difficult to displace. Chaos Psykers, like your Sorcerers or allied Daemons, will be able to re-roll failed Psychic tests, allowing you to master the Psychic phase, while your foes will have to worry about an increased risk of suffering Perils of the Warp!
This kit builds one Noctilith Crown. A towering structure, it’s an incredible piece for tying your collection together, featuring the same techno-baroque aesthetic shared by the rest of the Chaos Space Marines. Use yours as a Fortification in your games, or grab several kits to build terrifying, Chaos-themed battlefields.
This kit is supplied 24 plastic components.
Noise Marine is a multipart plastic Citadel Miniature. It is an update of a classic and based on the 1991 Citadel Miniature sculpted by Jes Goodwin The product includes: construction guide, a datasheet complete with points for use in matched play. This unit is completely compatible with a Chaos Space Marines army.
The mightiest servants of the Dark Gods are blessed with monstrous power and life unending amongst the Daemon hosts of Chaos. Each Warhammer 40,000 Daemon Prince was once a devoted servant of Chaos, whose actions in life have earned him blessings beyond counting and elevation to daemonhood. Some Daemon Princes will choose to remain amongst their fellows within the mortal realm, living as a gos amongst men, while others will claim their birthright as a scion within the Realm of Chaos. Whichever path they choose, Daemon Princes are counted among the deadliest servants of the Dark Gods, lord of battle whose mighty blows can crush even the bravest mortal
Plague Marine Champion Death Guard is a multi-part plastic kit containing the components necessary to assemble a Plague Marine Champion, who can be added to a unit of Plague Marines. Clad in bulging, rusted power armour, he comes with a choice of two variant heads – one helmeted, and one bare (with an unsettlingly large horn growing out of his face…). Befitting his Champion status, he is decked out in chainmail, with a cloak prominently featuring the symbol of Nurgle. He is armed with a plaguesword and power fist, and includes a boltgun which hangs from his backpack. 2 Nurglings are included – one atop his shoulder, clutching a smoking censer, and one optional Nurgling for his base, comically clad in a Death Guard helmet.
This Warhammer 40,000 kit comes as 8 components, and is supplied with a Citadel 32mm Round base.
Plague Marine Icon Bearer Death Guard is a multi-part plastic kit containing the components necessary to assemble one model. Armed with a boltgun, and carrying a plague knife strapped to his backpack, he is dragging an Icon of Despair into the fray, one shaped to resemble the symbol of Nurgle (parts of this symbol being delightfully picked out with a skull and a helmet.) His armour is cracking and rusting due to the sheer force of corruption, and horrible tentacles are oozing from gaps in his right leg. 4 krak grenades are strapped to the front of his armour and, in a lovely touch, he carries a rotting severed head attached to his belt.
This Warhammer 40,000 kit comes as 5 components, and is supplied with a Citadel 32mm Round base.
Plague Marines Death Guard is multi-part plastic kit containing the components necessary to assemble a 7-man squad of Plague Marines. Each is posed dynamically, with the usual Death Guard accoutrements – cracked, rotting armour revealing grasping tentacles, severed heads displayed proudly on belts, backpacks sloshing with unnatural diseases and pipework leading from rebreathers to Nurgle knows what foul concoctions. There’s an Icon of Despair included, so your unit can feature an icon bearer.
These models feature a wide range of weapons and heads, many of which are designed to fit a specific model – there are 8 boltguns, 4 plague knives, 3 bubotic axes, a blight launcher, a plasma gun, a meltagun, a plaguebelcher, a heavy plaguespewer (with backpack), a mace of contagion, a great plague cleaver, a plague flail, a plasma pistol and a bolt pistol. There are 2 weapon options available for the unit Champion: a specific plaguesword and power fist, and there are a total of 16 bare and helmeted heads. 2 specific arms are included for a model holding a blight grenade, with one hand pulling the pin. This kit comes as
This Warhammer 40,000 kit comes as 146 components, and is supplied with 7 Citadel 32mm Round bases.
Plagueburst Crawler Death Guard is a plastic kit containing the components necessary to assemble one model. An extremely front-heavy tracked dozer brimming with horrible weaponry, it is covered in thick armour pitted and rusting with corrosion and decay. A standout feature is the huge, spiked dozer blade, with a symbol of Nurgle proudly displayed, picked out in skulls. It bears 2 plaguespitters on the sponsons, which you can replace with the 2 included entropy cannon, and the heavy slugger at the front-centre can be replaced with a rothail volley gun – each option is equally potent, but the biggest worry to the enemy is undoubtedly the plagueburst mortar, whose targeting mechanisms and enormous barrel dominate the rear of the vehicle.
This warhammer 40,000 kit comes as 71 components.
For some Warhammer 40,000 Chaos Space Marines, simply dedicating their souls to the gods is not enough. Pledging themselves fully to the service of Chaos, they allow daemons to possess their bodies, becoming willing hosts to these immaterial creatures. Such possession is usually agonising, as the daemons writhe within their new physical form, changing it to better suit their needs.
This box set contains 5 plastic Possessed Warhammer 40,000 Space Marines with a plethora of possessed mutations.
Book 7 of the Psychic Awakening series
The epic Psychic Awakening series continues with Engine War. This campaign book features a host of new rules for the Adeptus Mechanicus, Imperial Knights, Chaos Knight and Chaos Daemons. The campaign book also tells a sweeping narrative detailing the impact of the Great Rift on Mars, and how the Adeptus Mechanicus' power and sway began to wane in its wake. This resulted in Mars taking action and launching numerous Reclamation Fleets, to once again be at the forefront of power within the Imperium.
Inside this 104-page book, you'll find:
- Exciting background information on the immediate aftermath of the formation of the Great Rift and the events that transpired on the once-loyal forge world of Ordex-Thaag – now controlled by roving packs of savage Chaos Knights – while fell technology was developed beneath the surface to tear down the veil of reality
- Missions that allow you to recreate some of the most pivotal battles during the conflict, and war zones that let you bring your battles to some of the most distinctive sites that were fought over
- Theatre of War rule for Hazardous Fumaroles, representing the battlefields where nefarious forces operate beneath the ground, and even within the planet core itself
- Expanded army rules for the Adeptus Mechanicus and Imperial Knights, including Warlord Traits, Stratagems, Relics, rules for creating your own Forge World Dogmas and Household Traditions as well as datasheets for brand-new Adeptus Mechanicus units
- Also includes expanded army rules for the Chaos Knights and and Chaos Daemons, including Warlord Traits, Stratagems, Relics, rules for creating your own Household Bonds, as well as updated datasheets for a selection of Chaos Daemons units and even rules for fielding Exalted Greater Daemons!
Book 8 of the Psychic Awakening series
The epic Psychic Awakening series continues with War of the Spider. This campaign book features a host of new rules for Chaos Space Marines, Death Guard, Talons of the Emperor and Officio Assassinorum. It also includes background on the web that Fabius Bile spins around the devastated Cadian system as he is pursued by the Death Guard, Adeptus Custodes, Sisters of Silence and multiple teams of Assassins. Will they catch him, or will he escape to continue his twisted experiments?
Inside this 80-page hardback book you'll find:
– Exciting background on how Fabius Bile brings his experiments to the already devastated worlds around the Cadian Gate. Meanwhile, the Death Guard hunt him, seeking to reclaim a mysterious artefact that he stole from them. In the midst of this, the Talons of the Emperor and agents of the Officio Assassinorum seek to end the Spider's reign of terror for once and for all.
– Missions that allow you to recreate some of the most pivotal battles during the conflict, and war zones that let you bring your battles to some of the most distinctive sites that were fought over
– Expanded army rules for Chaos Space Marines, Death Guard, Talons of the Emperor and Officio Assassinorum, including Warlord Traits, Stratagems and Relics
– Includes a new datasheet for Fabius Bile
Raptors are cruel terror warriors, the Assault Marines of the Traitor Legions. Warp Talons explode onto the battlefield below seemingly from nowhere.
Rubric Marines Thousand Sons plastic kit contains all the parts necessary to assemble 10 miniatures, armed with either Inferno boltguns or warpflamers. One model can be armed with a soulreaper cannon, one can carry an Icon of Flame, and one can be assembled as an Aspiring Sorcerer, who is armed with a force stave and either an Inferno bolt pistol or warpflame pistol. Supplied with 10 Citadel 32mm Round bases.
Scarab Occult Terminators Thousand Sons plastic kit contains the components necessary to assemble 5 Scarab Occult Terminators, armed with Inferno combi-bolters and khopesh blades. One model can be assembled with an included heavy warpflamer, soulreaper cannon or hellfyre missile rack. One model can be assembled as a Scarab Occult Sorcerer, who can exchange his combi-bolter for an included power sword. Supplied with 5 Citadel 40mm Round bases.
Scribbus Wretch Death Guard contains the parts necessary to assemble a Death Guard Tallyman. His is a particularly unpleasant model, even for Death Guard, with a morbid focus on gleefully counting and cataloguing misfortune – he carries a massive ream of paper on a clipboard in the crook of his left arm, with a bone stylus in his right adding to his tallies. A strange apparatus hangs from his back, ending in a tentacle that grasps an abacus – its beads, upon closer inspection, reveal themselves as skulls. His armour, as standard for the Death Guard, is covered in corrosion, boils and Nurgle icons, and he is accompanied by a Nurgling, busy with the task of carrying extra ink and paper. Scribbus Wretch stands atop a pile of books; likely written by him, and full of atrocities.
This Warhammer 40,000 kit comes as 8 components, and is supplied with a Citadel 40mm Round base.
Master the fell warriors of the Daemonkin – warp-tainted Chaos Space Marines infused with daemonic power – and unleash their fury on the battlefield with this Start Collecting! set.
The set includes the following multipart plastic kits:
- 1x Master of Possession (supplied with a Citadel 40mm Round Base)
- 1x Venomcrawler (supplied with a Citadel 100mm Round Base)
- 2x Obliterators (each supplied with a Citadel 50mm Round Base)
- 2x Greater Possessed (each supplied with a Citadel 40mm Round Base)
- 1x Chaos Space Marines unit (10 miniatures, each supplied with a Citadel 32mm Round Base)
The rules for these models can be found in Codex: Chaos Space Marines.
Start Collecting! Thousand Sons is the perfect way to get your hands on a solid selection of units to kick-start an army of the sorcerous Sons of Magnus – including none other than the Arch-Sorcerer Ahriman himself!
The set includes the following multipart plastic kits:
- 1x Ahriman (mounted upon a Disc of Tzeentch and supplied with a Citadel 40mm Round Base)
- 1x Tzaangors (10 miniatures, each supplied with a Citadel 32mm Round Base)
- 1x Rubric Marines (10 miniatures, each supplied with a Citadel 32mm Round Base)
- 2x Tzaangor Upgrade Packs (10 pairs of optional weapon upgrades that enable you to equip your Tzaangor with a chainsword and autopistol)
Thousand Sons Codex contains a wealth of background and rules – the definitive book for Thousand Sons collectors. Within this 104-page Warhammer 40,000 hardback, you’ll find everything you need to get a Thousand Sons army ready for games of Warhammer 40,000:
Thousand Sons Data Cards for Warhammer 40,000 Includes:
Typhus Death Guard is a multi-part plastic kit contains the components necessary to build Typhus, Herald of Nurgle, Host of the Destroyer Hive. This is an appropriately large model, covered head to toe in rot, pitted Cataphractii armour, skulls, Nurgle icons and spikes – there’s even room for a Nurgling to hitch a ride, clinging to his waist. He holds aloft a master-crafted manreaper, taller even than Typhus himself, which features a host of unpleasant effects of corruption and wear; it’s clearly a blade that has seen a lot of action. The chimney found on his back is belching forth a vile hive swarm with impressive effect – some of the flies bursting forth are the size of a Nurgling. Included is a scenic element to his base, as he stands with a foot resting arrogantly on some toppled Imperial masonry.
This Warhammer 40,000 kit comes as 15 components, and is supplied with a Citadel 50mm Round base.
A Lord Discordant is a machine-obsessed heretic who scuttles across the battlefield atop a Helstalker mount, all the while exuding a palpable aura of anarchy. His mere presence short-circuits machinery not already riddled with daemonic entities – actuators and servos whir erratically, and targeting augurs simply cease to function. The Lord Discordant siphons off the pained spirit of dying vehicles, using the harvested energy to reinvigorate other Daemon Engines or releasing it as a screaming beam to infect the systems of other enemy vehicles. The most famous among the Lords Discordant, Vex Machinator, brought anarchy to the hivesprawls of Vigilus during the War of Nightmares. Vex Machinator, Arch-Lord Discordant is a multipart plastic kit and serves as an HQ choice in a Chaos Space Marines army. The Helstalker mount can be equipped with a variety of destructive weaponry, and together they are the bane of enemy vehicles. The Lord Discordant bears an enormous impaler glaive and his mechatendrils can lash out at his foes. His scuttling Daemon Engine steed can be equipped with a baleflamer or autocannon, as well as a choice of magma cutter or techno-virus injector. The miniature is comprised of 63 plastic components, and comes supplied with a Citadel 120mmx92mm Oval Base.
Heldrakes are winged Daemon Engines that plunge out of the skies to destroy enemy aircraft to smithereens with their crashing fists and rotavating wings.
Warpsmiths are the masters of the machine, seeking to control and subjugate technology.
Kharn the Betrayer is Khornes most dedicated champion. He is so violent that he has been known to attack his own troops in a berserk fury. This multi-part plastic kit contains the components necessary to assemble Kharn the Betrayer, a single-pose model armed with a plasma pistol and his chainaxe, Gorechild. Supplied with a Citadel 40mm Round base.