Enter a terrifying new age for the Aeldari with Blood of the Phoenix – a boxed set that kicks off the Psychic Awakening with a battle between two of the galaxy’s greatest warriors. This battlebox contains everything you need to pit legendary Phoenix Lord Jain Zar and her craftworld allies against a shadowy strike force commanded by Drazhar – the notorious Master of Blades.
Whether you're looking to experience one of the most thrilling new chapters in Warhammer 40,000 lore for yourself, battle a friend or get a vast host of models for your Ynnari, Drukhari and Craftworlds armies, this set is for you!
Inside, you’ll find 25 plastic Citadel miniatures that allow you to build, paint and battle with two forces of Aeldari – or field them as a single Ynnari army!
- Jain Zar armed with the Silent Death and the Blade of Destruction
- 5 Howling Banshees
- 1 Falcon
- 1 Vyper
- Drazhar armed with the Executioner's Demiklaives
- 5 Incubi
- 5 Scourges
- 5 Hellions
- 1 Venom
There are also a pair of handy markers. The 40-page Blood of the Phoenix campaign book is your guide to the Time of Death Ascendant and the fierce struggles within the Aeldari race. Discover the background of the Craftworlds, Commorragh and beyond as a dark plot is made to slay a Phoenix Lord. Additional rules, meanwhile, give you datasheets for everything in the set, as well as army abilities that let you master their full potential. A set of missions, meanwhile, let you play through a mini-campaign that’s ideal whether you're looking to learn the ropes with the armies in the set or experience an evening of thrilling games with a friend.
This 11-piece Warhammmer 40,000 plastic kit makes one Archon clad in Kabalite armour inscribed with runes. The Archon carries a husk blade and splinter pistol, while the cloak of skin and the trophy rack mounted upon his pack display the horror he has reaped in battle.
This miniatures are supplied unpainted and require assembly - we recommend using Citadel Super Glue and Citadel Paints.
Dark Eldar Drukhari Codex Warhammer 40,000 contains a wealth of background and rules – the definitive book for Drukhari collectors. Within this 128-page hardback, you’ll find everything you need to get a Drukhari army primed for games of Warhammer 40,000
Dark Eldar Drukhari Data Cards Warhammer 40,000 is a set of 77 cards including:
- 33 Stratagems available to any Battle-forged Drukhari army as found in Codex: Drukhari, along with 3 Stratagems – Command Re-roll, Counter-Offensive and Insane Bravery – from the Warhammer 40,000 rules, available to any army;
- 5 Power From Pain cards from Codex: Drukhari;
- 36 Tactical Objectives, including the 6 specific Objectives from Codex: Drukhari.
Warhammer 40,000 Drukhari or Dark Eldar rely heavily on surprise and raw speed, and hence their skycraft are all fast and manoeuvrable. The most deft of all Commorite transports is the Venom, an arrow-swift skimmer that carries an elite cadre of warriors into battle to strike like a poisoned dart at the heart of the foe. Should even a single Venom penetrate the enemy defences it can be enough to sow the seeds of destruction, laying down supporting fire as its lethal cargo goes to work. For this reason, the Venom is the perfect transport vehicle for Archons, Succubi and their respective bodyguards.
Ancient and horrific, the Warhammer 40,000 Dark Eldar Haemonculi are deranged flesh-sculptors that dwell in the dark bowels of Commorragh. They are master torturers, connoisseurs of pain that revel in every nuance of the suffering they inflict. Unhurried and patient, they know that to grant a truly interesting death takes time. In battle, the sinister Haemonculi orchestrate the carnage around them with the passion of an artist. They use extreme and terrible wargear that can desiccate their foes in an instant.
This 11-piece plastic kit makes one Haemonculus equipped with an array of deadly surgical instruments and a splinter pistol. His body is born aloft by a grotesquely elongated spine, as he drifts across the field of battle with a macabre elegance, gifting a slow and painful death to all those who cross its path.
This miniature is supplied unpainted and requires assembly - we recommend using Citadel Super Glue and Citadel Paints.
The Incubi are an order of Drukhari that hone themselves for war and war alone. Warriors of the highest calibre, they dedicate themselves to the perfection of the killing strike. Despite the Incubi’s monk-like asceticism, no shred of virtue exists in their bloodstained souls, for though they profess a desire to achieve perfection in every aspect of their existence, their true goal is simply to kill as often as possible. Often employed in Commorragh as bodyguards, Incubi are considered as more trustworthy than other Drukhari. More heavily armoured than their kin and carrying lethal blades, many Archons consider the use of Incubi as a status symbol. Add these elite warriors to your army and ensure the success of your realspace raids. This kit is supplied in 68 plastic components and comes with 5 28.5mm Citadel round bases and a 25mm round base. It builds either 5 Incubi or 4 Incubi and a Klaivex. The Klaivex can be assembled either with a pair of joined demiklaives or separated demiklaives and also has a choice of two heads. The kit also includes a single-piece Drukari symbol that could optionally be used as an objective marker.
Warhammer 40,000 Warriors of the Kabals form the beating heart of each Dark Eldar strike force. They are the cruellest and most rapacious of their caste, hungry for power and thirsty for the suffering of others.
Warriors of the Kabals form the beating heart of each Dark Eldar strike force. They are the cruellest and most rapacious of their caste, hungry for power and thirsty for the suffering of others. Kabalite Warriors are merciless fighters of murderous intent, who are led to battle by Sybarites, masters in the craft of war.
This Warhammer 40,000 box set contains 10 multi-part plastic Warhammer 40,000 Dark Eldar Warriors. This 102-piece set includes: five different styles of legs, 15 different heads (5 bare, 10 helmeted), 10 bodies (with three different male and three different female variants), and a host of optional extras. Also included are every weapon option described in Codex: Dark Eldar, including: a shredder, a blaster, a splinter cannon, a dark lance, a blast pistol and an agoniser. Models supplied with 25mm round bases.
Warhammer 40,000 Dark Eldar Raiders are the favoured transports of the Dark Eldar. Bladed skycraft, they are lightweight and extremely manoeuvrable. Warhammer 40,000 Raiders travel at extreme speed, using their sword-sharp fins and jagged keels to cut apart the foe, while their prow-mounted heavy weapons punish the foe.
This Warhammer 40,000 box set contains one multi-part plastic Warhammer 40,000 Dark Eldar Raider. This 103-piece Warhammer 40,000 set includes both the weapon options listed in Codex: Dark Eldar - a dark lance and disintegrator cannon. Warhammer 40,000 Model supplied with a large flying base.
The Ravager gunship is arrow-swift. Armed with three devastatingly powerful heavy weapons, it provides the Drukhari with armoured fire support, engaging the heaviest of enemy targets. Ravager gunships are so fast and manoeuvrable that they can ambush an enemy tank and destroy it in a single devastating pass disappearing again before the enemy knows what hit them.
This box set contains one multi-part Drukhari Ravager. This 157-piece set includes: darklances, disintegrator cannons, a selection of aethersail configurations and prow designs that allow you to create a whole armada of distinctive Ravagers. Model supplied with a large flying base.
A rich and daring Warhammer 40,000 Dark Eldar may surrender himself to the Haemonculi, requesting that his bones be hollowed out, that bands of new muscle be grafted onto his torso, and powerful wings and adrenaline dispensers be attached to his shoulders so that he is capable of true flight. The Kabal overlords pay handsomely for these veteran warriors to fight for them and as a result the Warhammer 40,000 Dark Eldar Scourges will often equip themselves with the best weaponry and armour that they can find. It is rare for the Scourges to engage the enemy up close, preferring to lay down a withering hail of fire before flying away out of harm's reach.
This multi-part plastic set contains five Warhammer 40,000 Dark Eldar Scourges in 80 components, including plenty of weapon upgrades in the form of a shredder, splinter cannon, haywire blaster, heat lance, blaster and a dark lance. There are also several weapon options should you wish to upgrade one of the Scourges into a Solarite to lead the unit. The set includes five 25mm bases. These miniatures are supplied unpainted and require assembly - we recommend using Citadel Plastic Glue and Citadel Paints.
This Warhammer 40,000 Dark Eldar box set contains 10 multi-part plastic Dark Eldar Wyches. This 92-piece set includes: 14 different heads, 10 different bodies (six female variants and four male variants). Also included are all of the weapon options listed in Codex: Dark Eldar, including: a razorflail, a blast pistol, a shardnet, a power weapon and an impaler. Models supplied with 25mm round bases.
In Drazhar, the Incubi ideal of violent perfection is exquisitely personified. His every strike exemplifies the tenets of his order, and each life he claims serves as a gruesome liturgy for his dark brethren. Those Incubi who fight in the presence of Drazhar set aside their deep-seated jealousy and are driven by his unquestionable skill to even greater extremes of martial expertise. Drazhar invariably becomes the locus of murder on the battlefield, the calm centre in a storm of beautifully enacted violence. Equipped with the Executioner's demiklaives, nothing can stand before the Master of Blades in combat as he easily slices his way through anyone who dares to challenge him. Clad in segmented armour that is even more ornate than that of the Incubi who follow him, Drazhar makes an amazing painting project as well as an incredible battlefield leader. This kit is supplied in 16 plastic components and comes with a 40mm round base. Rules for using Drazhar in games of Warhammer 40,000 can be found in Psychic Awakening: Phoenix Rising.
Shred your enemies before they’ve had a chance to react with the Poisonblade Raiding Party – a massive battleforce set of Drukhari models sure to satisfy any Archon. Ideal for expanding or starting off a Drukhari or Ynnari army, it contains a balanced selection of models that are idea for a Patrol Detachment. It’ll also save you money compared to getting the kits inside separately.
1x Archon, cunning overlord of the Drukhari Kabals,
20x Kabalite Warriors, frontline troops of the Kabals equipped with splinter rifles and a choice of heavy and special weapons
3x Reavers, ridiculously fast jetbikers who decapitate foes in high-velocity charges
1x Venom, a light transport that’s ideal for getting your Archon across the battlefield
1x Razorwing Jetfighter, a rapid-strike flyer armed with a variety of guns and missiles
1x Talos, a hulking biomechanical monstrosity than can also be built as a Cronos
1x Drukhari Transfer Sheet, ideal for adding fine detail and markings to your models when painting them
This set is supplied with 21x 25mm Round Bases, 1x 120mm Oval Base, 3x Small Flying Bases, 2x Large Flying Bases and 1x Flying Stem.
The manufacturer indicates that there is an approximate 32% added value based on £110 RRP when compared to buying the individual products that compile this box.
Each Warhammer 40,000 Drukhari Wracks is an abhorrent example of his master's surgical craftsmanship, an individual cut apart and refashioned into a walking instrument of torture. Masked and modified to better instil fear into those they encounter, they act as the hands of the Haemonculi in the world outside, and upon the field of battle they will defend their creator with their lives. Most Warhammer 40,000 Dark Eldar Wracks will be surgically enhanced with heavy metal gauntlets, razor-sharp blades, needles, vials of poison and all manner of disturbing, exotic weapons with which to shred their foes. The more pain they cause, the better.
This 86-piece plastic kit makes five Wracks. Each Wrack can be equipped with a host of weapons, including hooked blades, studded clubs, 1 liquifier gun and 1 ossefactor. There are also eleven heads, including three intended for the Acothyst. This kit also includes two additional sets of arms which allow you to convert one Wrack into a Raider pilot or gunner
These miniatures are supplied unpainted and require assembly - we recommend using Citadel Super Glue and Citadel Paints.CURRENTLY SUPPLIED IN A PLANE WHITE BOX
Start Collecting Drukhari Warhammer 40,000 boxed set is a great way to start a new army or expand an existing collection. It gives you an immediate collection of fantastic Drukhari miniatures, which you can assemble and use right away in games of Warhammer 40,000! You’ll receive
The Warhammer 40,000 Dark Eldar Talos Pain Engines are seen as the pinnacle of the Haemonculi's art. Creations of mad genius, each one is part organic and part mechanical, festooned with surgical apparatus and horrible-looking weapons of war. The bladed forelimbs of a Talos can scissor even an Ogryn into bloody chunks, while whirling blades and drills can eviscerate a man in seconds, disassembling him into his component parts, rending him down until nothing is left. For nearby Dark Eldar this is like watching an artist at work. For nearby foes it is a horrifying, gut-wrenching sight that can turn even the bravest warrior into a quivering wreck. The Warhammer 40,000 Dark Eldar Cronos Parasite Engine is a disturbing, bizarre creation and is used, much like the Talos, as a torture device and war machine. Through the strange blend of alchemy and science practiced by the Haemonculi covens, the Cronos drains away not the physical constituents of its victims, but their life essence. What remains of its prey when the vile creature has drunk its fill is little more than a grey shrivelled husk that quickly collapses into dust. An Archon will often keep a Cronos in his employ for when realspace raids take longer than expected as their mere presence can drive the Warhammer 40,000 Dark Eldar into a murderous frenzy that few defenders can hope to stop.
This multi-part plastic kit contains 89 components with which to make one Drukhari Talos Pain Engine or one Cronos Parasite Engine. The box includes all manner of features: chain-flails, ichor injectors, a liquefier gun and many syringes, as well as several variant heads and arms. It is a remarkably macabre addition to any Drukhari collection.