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  • Warhammer 40,000: Escalation Sourcebook

    Warhammer 40,000: Escalation contains full rules for adding super-heavy vehicles and gargantuan creatures to every Warhammer 40,000 army. This means you can now use these massive models in games of Warhammer 40,000 as well as games of Apocalypse.

    This 96-page, full colour, hardback supplement contains:

    · A background section introducing Lords of War units and their terrifying impact on the battlefield.
    · All the rules needed to play with super-heavy vehicles (including Flyers and Walkers) and Gargantuan Creatures, as well as rules for their potent wargear.
    · An amended force organization chart that allows players to choose Lords of War units as part of their standard Warhammer 40,000 armies.
    · Datasheets for every plastic super-heavy Citadel miniature, plus a selection of super-heavy vehicles and gargantuan creatures from Forge World.
    · A showcase of expertly painted Lords of War Citadel miniatures.
    · New Altar of War and Gauntlet Challenge missions that can be played instead of the Eternal War missions in the Warhammer 40,000 rulebook.

    You will need a copy of the Warhammer 40,000 rulebook and relevant codexes in order to use the contents of this book.
    40-13-60
    £15.00
    £30.00 save 50%
  • 2018 Blood Bowl Almanac

    Guest edited by the infamous Hall of Famer, Lord Borak the Despoiler, the 2018 Blood Bowl Almanac compiles the first three issues of Spike! Journal. The rules, team rosters and history of the Doom Lords, Naggaroth Nightmares and Nurgle’s Rotters are detailed in full, along with the Star Players at their disposal. But that’s not all – the 2018 Blood Bowl Almanac also includes a heap of other Blood Bowl rules that were, until now, only available in White Dwarf. If you missed out on the team pitch and special ball rules, now is your chance to get your hands on them, along with rules for fielding three legendary Star Players – Joseph Bugman, the White Dwarf and the Black Gobbo! Finally, the almanac also includes an updated Blood Bowl FAQ to ensure that you’re fully up to date with the latest rules clarifications.

    200-51-60DO
    £20.00
    £30.00 save 33%
  • Adeptus Titanicus: The Horus Heresy Grand Master Edition

     
    The galaxy is in flames. The Emperor’s glorious vision for humanity is in ruins, his armies locked in brutal civil war. The greatest of these bitter combatants are the towering god-engines of the Adeptus Titanicus. Those Titan Legions that remain loyal to the Emperor of Mankind fight boldly to stem the tide of treachery, holding the line on countless worlds as the Warmaster’s forces advance inexorably on Terra. The Traitor Titan Orders march at the vanguard of the Warmaster’s hosts as they seek to bring the Imperium to its knees in the name of their twisted cause…
     
    Adeptus Titanicus: The Horus Heresy is a tabletop game of devastating combat between awe-inspiring machines, set during the civil war that tore the galaxy apart. 2 players take control of a variety of Titans – colossal, bipedal war engines covered in thick armour and weapons which can level a city in a single salvo. It is a strategic challenge in which you pit your skill and cunning against your opponent in a battle to the death; a test of tactical skill demanding the management of the resources at your disposal, determining the optimal reactions to the evolving state of the battlefield.
     
    Contained within the packed box of the Grand Master Edition, you’ll find:
     
    Rules & Background
     
    A comprehensive 96-page rulebook is included, featuring rules Basic, Advanced and Optional for play, along with detailed background on the Titan Legions, their creation and battles prior to – and during – the Horus Heresy:
     
    - The Imperium of Mankind: while no complete archive of the history and events that shaped Mankind’s ascent to galaxy-spanning rulers exists, archaeodata can be used to piece together information on the Empire of Old; the relationship between Terra – the seat of the Emperor – and Mars, home of the Cult Mechanicum; the Unification Wars and Great Crusade; the Collegia Titanica and the creation of the Titan Legions; and the shattering civil war of the Horus Heresy. Such information is presented here;
    - Selected Notable Engine-wars of the Age of Darkness: when the god-engines go to war, the galaxy itself holds its breath – here is a record of numerous conflicts between these towering machines, from the Betrayal at Isstvan III, the Death of Tallarn, through to the Imperial Muster at Beta-Garmon;
    - Throughout the book are presented annotated schematics and blueprints of a variety of Titans, along with examples of composition, heraldry and colour schemes of Knightly Banners and Titan Maniples;
    - Rules Introduction: Adeptus Titanicus features an incredible amount of depth and detail to its game system, with the Advanced Rules being a comprehensive guide to piloting a Titan – the Introduction section of this book is designed to ease you into the way this game is played, with annotated photographs demonstrating the setup, showing a battle in progress and clearly explaining how each accessory – the Command Terminals, dice and arcs, particularly – is used;
    - Basic Rules: covering everything players need to know in their first few games, this section explains Rounds – between 4 and 6 per game – and the 5 Phases – Strategy, Movement, Damage Control, Combat and End – of which each Round consists. Each Phase is explained as an overview, with suggestions of Advanced Rules to add as you become more familiar with the game’s flow. Included is a mission – Titanic Clash – designed for use with the Basic Rules;
    - Advanced Rules: once players are familiar with the Phases and flow of Adeptus Titanicus, it’s time to step up and begin piloting your Titans with Advanced Rules. This section introduces Stratagems, which are special abilities defined by the mission being played, and the issuing of Orders, which confer a bonus – and a concurrent disadvantage – to your models. Terrain effects are introduced here – even the god-machines can run into difficulty on a rubble-strewn battlefield – as well as the effects of pushing your Titan’s Plasma Reactor; while this provides you with more power for cataclysmic salvos of fire, it also drastically increases the chance of a dramatic overheating scenario. A canny Princeps understands how to manage this risk! As well as this, there are rules for Awakening the Machine Spirit, an unpredictable and unusual set of conditions which can be set by the vital force at the heart of each Titan, overriding the crew’s wishes in ways which can prove advantageous. Finally, this section provides rules for fielding squadrons and banners, supporting one another with coordinated strikes and overlapping void shields;
    - Optional Rules: while not necessary for a game, the rules in this section can be used to add complexity and depth for those who really want to triumph over the adverse conditions found when trying to guide a Titan to war. Overloaded void shields, destroying terrain, management of the very routing of power systems, and dealing with the consequences of stray shots are all covered here;
    - Assembling a Battlegroup: advice on assembling your Titans into a battlegroup, with maniple configurations and personality traits for your battlegroup’s leader;
    - Fighting a Battle: 3 different ways of enjoying the brutal combat and evolving stories you’ll act out while playing are outlined here – Narrative, Matched and Open Play. Open Play concentrates on the models themselves, with no restrictions – simply place whichever Titans on the board you wish, and fight; Narrative Play uses missions to tell a story, and Matched Play balances the sides to make games pure tests of strategic ability. 6 missions are included, with advice on designing your own;
    - Legions of the Adeptus Titanicus: descriptions and rules for Legio Gryphonicus and Legio Tempestus, each with its own Legion Trait, specific wargear, and choice of Princeps Seniores’ Personal Trait.
     
    Miniatures
     
    8 spectacular plastic miniatures are included in the box – 6 Imperial Knights and 2 Warlord Titans. These kits, the Warlord Titans especially, feature an incredible level of detail that belies their size, featuring a richness and posability that will reward the patient hobbyist with a fine result. Included:
     
    - 2 Warlord Battle Titans: standing approximately 6” tall, these representations of the colossal god-engines are unbelievably detailed and posable. Each is made up of 144 components – the advanced hobbyist will find that the hip, knee and ankle joints can be modelled in virtually any position imaginable. each Warlord Battle Titan boasts 2 volcano cannon, which are an integral part of the arm assemblies, and 2 carapace-mounted apocalypse missile launchers. Each Titan also features a choice of 2 heads, Great Crusade and Age of Darkness armourials (with blank examples) and a transfer sheet including heraldry for the following Legios: Gryphonicus, Fureans, Astorium, Atarus, and Mortis;
    - 6 Questoris Knights, split across 2 sets of 3: each of these machines is armed with a reaper chainsword, with a thermal cannon, rapid fire battlecannon, avenger gatling cannon and 6 heavy stubbers available (2 of these stubbers can be optionally replaced with a meltagun.) Decal sheets are included, featuring the heraldry of Houses Makabius, Vyronii, Malinax and Coldshroud;
    - A set of Adeptus Titanicus buildings: specially designed for the scale of Adeptus Titanicus, this is a set of detailed plastic buildings used as terrain and line of sight blockers in-game. Entirely modular, this set can be used and re-used to make a variety of configurations – up to and including a single tower block, should you so desire. In total, it comprises 8 frames of components, including wall and roof sections covered in fans, vents, archways and windows and numerous buttresses.
     
    Accessories
     
    There is included a host of gaming accessories necessary for playing Adeptus Titanicus:
     
    - 6 Titan Command Terminals: 2 Warlord Titan, 2 Reaver Titan, and 2 Warhound Titan Command Terminals, large card surfaces used to track the status of your Titans during games;
    - 2 Questoris Knight Command Terminals, used to track the status of your Knight Banners during games;
    - 28 Titan Weapon cards: these double-sided cards are placed on the Titan Command Terminals in-game to keep track of the weaponry you’ve deployed, with one side showing the weapon characteristics, and the reverse showing that it is disabled;
    - 24 Mission and Stratagem cards: these detail the 6 Missions and 18 Stratagems from the rulebook in a handy small format;
    - Battlefield Assets and Status Markers: Battlefield Assets are a frame of 6 plastic miniatures, used to represent certain Stratagems – this set includes 1 Macro Cannon Battery, 1 Apocalypse Missile Strongpoint, 1 Command Bastion, 1 Plasma Generator, 1 Communications Relay and 1 Void Shield Relay. Also included are markers for initiative, a wrecked Titan head which can be used as an objective marker, 50 status markers for use with Command Terminals, 6 designation markers for the Titans on the battlefield and 3 arc templates used to determine weapon firing arcs;
    - 2 reference sheets, quickly detailing the Phases of the game along with at a glance information on Orders, Repair Actions, Hit Roll Modifiers, Armour Roll Modifiers, rules for Smash Attacks, Reactor Overload table, Awakened Machine Spirit table, Catastrophic Damage table, Damage Effects, Critical Damage Effects, and Common Weapon Traits;
    - 21 Adeptus Titanicus dice: 1 D6 Reactor Die, 1 D6 Hit Location Die, 2 Numbered D10, 6 D6 Order Dice, 10 Adeptus Titanicus D6, and1 Scatter die;
    - 2 clear blast markers and a flame template, representing explosions and fiery bursts in-game.
    400-14-60
    £144.00
    £180.00 save 20%
  • Azyrite Ruined Chapel

    Create gloomy, sinister battlefields for Warhammer Age of Sigmar with the Azyrite Ruined Chapel - a set of modular terrain that makes adding ruins to your gaming board simple. Adding extra levels to battle over and cover to hide behind, they're perfect for adding tactical depth to your games. Rich, thematic detail makes these terrain pieces a pleasure to paint, build and even use as base decoration for larger models. These sets are also compatible with the Azyrite Ruins kit, giving you limitless possibilities when building your scenery .
     
    This plastic kit builds:
    - 1x bell-tower
    - 1x large, walled section, split over two levels, with windows and a door
    - 1x walled corner piece
    - 1x ruined wall
    - 1x ruined pillar
    - 1x small, fallen ruined and broken pillar
     
    Rules for using this terrain in your games of Warhammer Age of Sigmar can be found in the box.
    64-15
    £28.00
    £35.00 save 20%
  • Azyrite Shattered Plaza

    Build dark and gothic battlefields for Warhammer Age of Sigmar with the Azyrite Shattered Plaza – a set of modular terrain that makes building ruined townships simple. Whether you're recreating a run-down quarter of the Cities of Sigmar, the ruins in the Eightpoints itself or a remnant from the Age of Myth, this set is ideal, giving you seven terrain pieces that are easily added to any battlefield. Adding extra levels to battle over and cover to hide behind, they're perfect for adding tactical depth to your games. Rich, thematic detail makes these terrain pieces a pleasure to paint, build and even use as base decoration for larger models. These sets are also compatible with the Azyrite Ruins kit, giving you limitless possibilities when building your scenery.
     
    This plastic kit builds
    - 2x large walled sections, both split over two levels
    - 1x broken and shattered town fountains
    - 1x small ruined pillar
    - 1x small, treasure chest with pillar
    - 2x small fallen and broken pillars
     
    Rules for using this terrain in your games of Warhammer Age of Sigmar can be found in the box.
    64-14
    £36.00
    £45.00 save 20%
  • Blood of the Phoenix

    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!
     
    These include:
    - 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.
    PH-60
    £105.00
    £140.00 save 25%
  • Chaos Dreadhold Hardback Warhammer Sourcebook

    Chaos Dreadhold details the monstrous castles, mighty strongholds and looming watchtowers that choke the mortal realms like an iron collar. Containing rules for each of the Chaos Dreadhold scenery pieces, brand-new stories with Battleplans that put your fortresses at the centre of your games and eight Warscroll Battalions that show you the awesome flexibility of this scenery range, this 80-page hardback book is a must-have for any and all fans of Warhammer Age of Sigmar.

    80-06-60DO
    £15.00
    £20.00 save 25%
  • Citadel Air: Air Paint Collection

    Citadel Air: Air Paint Collection

     

    Looking to airbrush your Citadel models? Look no further than this massive bundle of Air paints! We've taken all 78 paints and gathered them in one place for your convenience.
     
    Air paints pair seamlessly with the rest of the Citadel Colour range, featuring a thinner formulation that makes them work perfectly with your airbrush. These paints will give you the tools you need to accomplish any painting project you can dream up.
     
    This bundle contains:
     
    Air: Averland Sunset (24ml)
    Air: Mephiston Red (24ml)
    Air: Khorne Red (24ml)
    Air: Kantor Blue (24ml)
    Air: Macragge Blue (24ml)
    Air: Caledor Sky (24ml)
    Air: Caliban Green (24ml)
    Air: Castellan Green (24ml)
    Air: Deathworld Forest (24ml)
    Air: Zandri Dust (24ml)
    Air: Mournfang Brown (24ml)
    Air: XV-88 (24ml)
    Air: Dryad Bark (24ml)
    Air: Mechanicus Standard Grey (24ml)
    Air: Abaddon Black (24ml)
    Air: Leadbelcher (24ml)
    Air: Balthasar Gold (24ml)
    Air: Steel Legion Drab (24ml)
    Air: The Fang (24ml)
    Air: Flash Gitz Yellow (24ml)
    Air: Troll Slayer Orange (24ml)
    Air: Evil Sunz Scarlet (24ml)
    Air: Genestealer Purple (24ml)
    Air: Calgar Blue (24ml)
    Air: Lothern Blue (24ml)
    Air: Temple Guard Blue (24ml)
    Air: Sybarite Green (24ml)
    Air: Moot Green (24ml)
    Air: Warboss Green (24ml)
    Air: Straken Green (24ml)
    Air: Elysian Green (24ml)
    Air: Ogryn Camo (24ml)
    Air: Ushabti Bone (24ml)
    Air: Caste Thinner (24ml)
    Air: Tallarn Sand (24ml)
    Air: Karak Stone (24ml)
    Air: Kislev Flesh (24ml)
    Air: Deathclaw Brown (24ml)
    Air: Tau Light Ochre (24ml)
    Air: Balor Brown (24ml)
    Air: Tuskgor Fur (24ml)
    Air: Baneblade Brown (24ml)
    Air: Dawnstone (24ml)
    Air: Administratum Grey (24ml)
    Air: Ulthuan Grey (24ml)
    Air: White Scar (24ml)
    Air: Ironbreaker (24ml)
    Air: Runefang Steel (24ml)
    Air: Relictor Gold (24ml)
    Air: Russ Grey (24ml)
    Air: Fenrisian Grey (24ml)
    Air: Terminatus Stone (24ml)
    Air: Angron Red Clear (24ml)
    Air: Calth Blue Clear (24ml)
    Air: Deathshroud Clear (24ml)
    Air: Eidolon Purple Clear (24ml)
    Air: Mortarion Green (24ml)
    Air: Phoenician Purple (24ml)
    Air: Pyroclast Orange Clear (24ml)
    Air: Sigismund Yellow Clear (24ml)
    Air: Night Lords Blue (24ml)
    Air: Death Korps Drab (24ml)
    Air: Vulkan Green (24ml)
    Air: Corvus Black (24ml)
    Air: Chemos Purple (24ml)
    Air: Typhon Ash (24ml)
    Air: Sons Of Horus Green (24ml)
    Air: Phalanx Yellow (24ml)
    Air: Kakophoni Purple (24ml)
    Air: Nocturne Green (24ml)
    Air: Lupercal Green (24ml)
    Air: Gal Vorbak Red (24ml)
    Air: Word Bearers Red (24ml)
    Air: Castellax Bronze (24ml)
    Air: Valdor Gold (24ml)
    Air: Iron Hands Steel (24ml)
    Air: Grey Knights Steel (24ml)
    Air: Thallax Gold (24ml)
    28-All
    £270.50
    £370.50 save 27%
  • Easy to Build Bloodreavers

    Easy to Build: Age of Sigmar boxes are a great way to get started with Warhammer Age of Sigmar. They make the perfect expansion for Warhammer Age of Sigmar, and come supplied with rules, a painting reference and the appropriate sized Citadel round bases. Thi set includes 4 x Bloodreavers and 1x Chieftain with Reaver Blades

    71-04DO
    £8.00
    £10.00 save 20%
  • Endless Spells Sale

    Endless Spells Sale....strictly while stocks last... This offer is for these products only and in these quantities - correct when the product was listed.

    If the product is not visible in the drop down box on the right then someone else has ordered it.

    2x Nighthaunt Endless Spells £15

    1x Stormcast Eternals Endless Spells £15

    64-90002
    £15.00
    £20.00 save 25%
  • Gang War 2

    Necromunda Gang War 2 is a 48-page softback containing:

    Gangs of House Orlock This section contains the story of House Orlock – their industrial monopoly, the rebellion of a millennium ago and the absolute crushing that followed – along with a detailed breakdown of their place in the hierarchy of Necromunda, and the methods by which they flex their impressive power. It also contains full rules for founding a House Orlock gang – fighter characteristics, skills, an equipment list and a list of typical Orlock names to provide inspiration.

    Hired Guns & Hangers-on This section introduces new types of fighters that can be used in both campaigns and skirmish battles, broadly defined as Hired Guns – mercenaries that will help a gang out in the short-term for pay) – and Hangers-on – trusted associates of the gang who offer services other than fighting. When attached to a gang, they can make up for certain gaps and shortcomings in skills and equipment. Rules for 6 different fighters are included.

    Underhive Perils In this section you’ll find rules for the Underhive Badzone Delta-7 board tiles (sold separately). 15 different hazards are described, with rules for Zone Mortalis battles and suggestions for their use in Sector Mechanicus battles. Dramatis Personae Dotted about the book you’ll find background and rules for 7 infamous characters – Grendl Grendlsen, Yolanda Skorn, Eyros Slagmyst, Krotos Hark, Gor Half-horn, The Deserter and Yar Umbra – who can be allied with or recruited by your gang, whichever House you’re running.

    Also included: - Underhive Armoury: this contains rules for weapons, armour and wargear available in Necromunda: Underhive and Gang War 1; - Skills: contains all of the skills available to fighters, divided into skill sets for ease of reference; - Reference: a summary of key tables players are most likely to need to refer to during play, along with Hired Guns profiles.

    300-14-60D
    £10.50
    £17.50 save 40%
  • Generals Handbook 2017 Warhammer Age of Sigmar

    Generals Handbook 2017 is an essential toolkit of rules that you and your gaming group can use in any way you like, the General’s Handbook 2017 expands upon the rules of Warhammer Age of Sigmar – and those found in the previous iteration of the General’s Handbook – in a 158-page softback book.

    The Rules

    Each of these gives you, the player, massive flexibility and choice in the way games are played – they’re designed to make you and your friends masters of your own gaming tables. The different rules have massive scope for overlap; for example if you want to use the multiplayer rules for a tournament, or Matched Play rules for a narrative campaign, you’re totally free to do so.

    Open Play

    This is the best introduction to Warhammer Age of Sigmar and the wider world of wargaming in general. Open Play allows you to play unrestricted, even team-based and multiplayer games – all you need is your miniatures, their Warscrolls, the Warhammer Age of Sigmar rules, some dice and a tape measure. The General’s Handbook features different play styles for use with Open Play – Coalition of Death, which allows multiple players to forge alliances with an optional Game Master to watch over the ensuing carnage; Fog of War and Divine Intervention rules; and Triumph & Treachery, an every man for himself melee of 3 or more players with bribes, treacherous acts and secret objectives adding spice to your games. There are 6 different battleplans for each of these.

    Narrative Play

    The stories from the Mortal Realms are an important part of Warhammer Age of Sigmar – your collection of miniatures is made even more special by the rich history and thrilling tales told about them in various publications, making the hobby of collecting them an even more exciting venture. Narrative Play gives you a way to recreate the epic battles that have taken place in the Mortal Realms. The General’s Handbook shows you how to theme an army for Narrative Play, contains advice on where to find the inspirational stories that fuel the games – and how to build your own stories and play exciting games within them. This section of the book contains Time of War rules for playing Narrative battles in each of the Mortal Realms, with wildly differing play styles appropriate to their environments, with 6 battleplans. It also includes Siege Warfare – detailed rules for battles in which one player must assault the other’s stronghold, which introduces the Siege Phase. In this, the attacker can smash against the stronghold, tunnel beneath it or simply starve out their foe, who can gather supplies and counter-attack in turn; 2 battleplans for this are included.

    Matched Play

    Some hobbyists prefer to test their mettle in an equally-matched battle of strategy and wits, in which no advantage is conferred simply by selecting the biggest and baddest miniature in your figure case. Matched Play is the perfect solution – this provides points values for the units available in the Warhammer Age of Sigmar range, allowing you and your opponent to size each other up, decide on a points limit, deploy your armies and go to war on an equal footing. Balanced armies of course mean that there will be gamers itching to prove themselves in tournaments, and the Pitched Battle rules are expressly designed to get armies matched up and onto the table with a minimum of fuss. Does your gaming group have the whole night to play, or is time of the essence? This book has suggestions and recommendations for various sizes of gameplay an epic battle that takes a whole night, skirmish for an hour, or anything in between. Also included are rules for Ladder Campaigns – the General’s Handbook will make setting up and maintaining tournaments easy.

    Also included: An exhaustive list of Allegiance Abilities for Order, Chaos, Death and Destruction armies, along with a further 15 Allegiances – Fyreslayers, Seraphon, Darkling Covens, Wanderers, Slaanesh, Skaven Pestilens, Skaven Skryre, Slaves To Darkness, Brayherd, Flesh-Eater Courts, Nighthaunt, Soulblight, Ironjawz, Free Peoples and Dispossessed.

    With this book’s updated rules, it’s now possible to take 400 points of an Allied army without affecting your main force’s Allegiance Abilities – themed armies based on your collection are possible! Pitched Battle profiles for each Warscroll and Warscroll Battalion from Battletomes and Grand Alliance books available in the range at time of printing, updated following feedback from the Warhammer community – these are designed to overwrite any published prior to August 2017.

     

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    £5.00
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  • Imperial Agents Codex Supplement

    Imperial Agents Codex Supplement is a 136-page full-colour Codex presenting background and rules for a number of smaller Imperial factions, whose forces fight alongside other armies of the Emperor. Use the rules, datasheets, wargear and detachments included to add members of the following operatives to any army of the Imperium:

    - A full army list for the Battle Sisters of the Adepta Sororitas
    - Tech-Priest Enginseers and Servitors of the Adeptus Mechanicus
    - Valkyries of the Aeronautica Imperialis
    - Battle Psykers and Astropaths of the Astra Telepathica
    - Priests of the Adeptus Ministorum
    - Kill Teams and Corvus Blackstars of the Deathwatch
    - Terminator Squads and Nemesis Dreadknights of the Grey Knights
    - The Legion of the Damned
    - Assassins of the Officio Assassinorum
    - Inquisitors of the Inquisition
    52-03-60
    £5.00
    £25.00 save 80%
  • Index Imperium 1

    Index Imperium 1 is One of five books covering the range of Citadel miniatures used to play games of Warhammer 40,000, Index: Imperium 1 is an essential purchase for those wanting to play games of Warhammer 40,000, packed with updated rules and complete points values for Space Marines armies. It includes 207 datasheets covering the Space Marines range of miniatures, with overviews of a number of Chapters. Updated abilities, psychic powers, weapon profiles and points values allow you to field your collection in games of Warhammer 40,000. There’s also a blank army roster and detachment roster, which you are free to photocopy and use when building a Battle-Forged army in Matched Play games.

    Covered in the 224-page softback book:

    • Adeptus Astartes - An overview of the Space Marines, including a typical Chapter organisation; - A Space Marines army list, with explanations of the Chapter keyword, the Librarius psychic discipline and the And They Shall Know No Fear Ability; - 70 datasheets for Space Marines miniatures.
    • Ultramarines - An overview of the Ultramarines; - 10 datasheets for Ultramarines miniatures.
    • Blood Angels - An overview of the Blood Angels; - A Blood Angels army list, with the Sanguinary psychic discipline and And They Shall Know No Fear, Black Rage, and Jump Pack Assault abilities; - 18 datasheets for Blood Angels miniatures.
    • Dark Angels - An overview of the Dark Angels; - A Dark Angels army list, with the Interromancy psychic discipline and the And They Shall Know No Fear, Unforgiven and Jink Abilities; - 26 datasheets for Dark Angels miniatures, including the Fortress of Redemption.
    • Space Wolves - An overview of the Space Wolves; - A Space Wolves army list, with the Tempestus psychic discipline, Space Wolves Dreadnought wargear and the And They Shall Know No Fear ability; - 46 datasheets for Space Wolves miniatures.
    • Deathwatch - An overview of the Deathwatch; - A Deathwatch army list, with the Special Issue Ammunition and the And They Shall Know No Fear abilities; - 7 datasheets for Deathwatch miniatures.
    • Grey Knights - An overview of the Grey Knights; - A Grey Knights army list, with the Sanctic psychic discipline, and the And They Shall Know No Fear, Daemon Hunters, Rites of Banishment and Teleport Strike abilities; - 17 datasheets for Deathwatch miniatures.
    • Imperial Fists - An overview of the Imperial Fists; - A datasheet for Captain Lysander. Crimson Fists - An overview of the Crimson Fists; - A datasheet for Pedro Kantor.
    • Black Templars - An overview of the Black Templars; - 5 datasheets for Black Templars miniatures.
    • Raven Guard - An overview of the Raven Guard; - A datasheet for Kayvaan Shrike.
    • Salamanders - An overview of the Salamanders; - A datasheet for Vulkan He'stan.
    • White Scars - An overview of the White Scars; - 2 datasheets for Kor'sarro Khan, on foot or on bike.
    • Legion of the Damned - An overview of the Legion of the Damned; - A datasheet for Legion of the Damned miniatures.
    • Flesh Tearers - An overview of the Flesh Tearers; - A datasheet for Gabriel Seth.
    43-91-60
    £5.00
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  • Nightvault Arcane Hazards

    A major feature of the Warhammer Underworlds game boards is blocked and lethal hexes – the former are impassable obstacles that can create chokepoints and block line of sight, while the latter are dangerous terrain that, when a model is pushed in, prove fatal. One of the keys to becoming a master of the game and dominating every warband you face off against is learning how to use them to your advantage – the Arcane Hazards are a set of plastic tiles providing a 3-dimensional visual representation of these hexes, making it a little more obvious at a glance where these game-changing areas of the board are. 6 hex tiles are included, each a push-fit model on teal-coloured plastic: - A throne; - A pyre of skulls; - A set of 3 sinister triangular ruins, floating above the ground and secured by chains; - A set of 2 triangular ruins with smoke running between them, a skull grinning from within; - A broken statue featuring an icon of Nagash, Supreme Lord of the Undead; - A set of creepers emerging from the cracked ground below. This kit is supplied as 17 components.

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  • Nightvault Playmat

    Add an extra element of organisation to your games of Warhammer Underworld with this attractive gaming mat. It features several marked areas for placement of important in-game objects: - 2 spaces for piles of power cards, 1 to draw from and 1 to discard to; - 2 spaces for piles of objective cards, 1 to draw from and 1 to discard to; - A space for your activation tracker; - A space for your round tracker; - A space for glory points, both spent and unspent. The 331x268mm mat is constructed from durable neoprene, with an anti-slip base and stitched edge, and can be stored folded without creasing.

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  • Shield of Baal: Exterminatus Warhammer 40,000 Softback Sourcebook

    The slipcase contans two full colour, hardback books: the Shield of Baal: Exterminatus campaign book, and the accompanying rules.

    The 152-page campaign book includes:

    • the story of the final acts of war in the Cryptus System featuring the combined forces of the Blood Angels, Adepta Sororitas, Astra Militarum, and the Flesh Tearers versus the Tyranids of Hive Fleet Leviathan
    • an explanation of how the Necrons of Cryptus awoke to lend their aid to the beleaguered world along with the fleet of Anrakyr the Traveller
    • example armies that took part in the climax of the campaign
    • background of the heroes and famous regiments of the campaign
    • stunning new artwork that brings the background to life and illustrates the regions of space around Cryptus

    The 64-page rulebook includes:

    • 8 new missions based on the events of the narrative book.
    • 18 new datasheets for the Blood Angels 1st and 2nd Companies, Flesh Tearers, and the Necrons of the Mephrit Dynasty. That’s the equivalent of four Codex Supplements in one book!
    • new warlord traits, relics and force organisation charts for all four armies

    This product is available only while stocks last 1 Softback book.

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  • Start Collecting! Space Wolves

    This multi-part Warhammer 40,000 box is great value! It gives you an immediate collection of fantastic Space Wolves miniatures, which you can assemble and use right away in games of Warhammer 40,000! You get three Thunderwolves, a Space Wolves Wolf Lord, a ten-man Space Wolves Pack and an exclusive Space Wolves Formation rules sheet, allowing you to collect, assemble and play with your new miniatures right away!

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  • Warhammer 40,000 Crusade of Fire Campaign Book

    Crusade of Fire is a campaign system for Warhammer 40,000 that enables you to join the campaign to control the Corvus Sub-sector either by joining Crusade of Fire, the foul Servants of Ruin or the bloodthirsty Prophets of War, it's your call.

    As well as the campaign system itself, this 96 page full colour book contains rules for any Warhammer 40,000 game, from massive multi-player scenarios fought in low-gravity environments or in bunkers deep below the ground, to expanded rules for Flyers. It also features rules for playing games in the gladiatorial arenas of Commorragh as well as for fighting battles on the surface of a Daemon World.

    You can also read the stories of nine hobbyists as they play through the campaign, including detailed battle reports, fantastic army showcases and turn-by-turn accounts of their conquest.
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  • Warhammer 40k: Chapter Approved 2018

    A compendium of gaming material for use in your games of Warhammer 40,000 Supports Open, Narrative, and Matched Play games. Updated points values for Citadel and Forge World miniatures Beta version of Codex: Adepta Sororitas 12 new matched play missions, Rules for Looted Ork wagons, Create your own characters, Updated Cities of Death rules

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  • White Dwarf 04-2019

    White Dwarf is Games Workshop's premium Warhammer magazine, packed with amazing content each month such as new rules and background, short stories, regular columns, special guests and more.
     
    Here’s what you can look forward to in April's issue:
     
    Key Features
    Guest edited by Forge World’s Tony Cottrell
    Includes an exciting four-player Necromunda Battle Report featuring legendary Bounty Hunter Kal Jerico and an Ambot
    Packed with rules, stories, columns for Warhammer Age of Sigmar and Warhammer 40,000, and an exclusive card for Munchkin: Warhammer 40,000
     

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  • White Dwarf 05-2019

    White Dwarf is Games Workshop's premium Warhammer magazine, packed with amazing content each month such as new rules and background, short stories, regular columns, special guests and more. White Dwarf is Games Workshop's premium Warhammer magazine, packed with amazing content each month such as new rules and background, short stories, regular columns, special guests and more. Here’s what you can look forward to in May’s issue: Guest Editorial A word from 20-year White Dwarf veteran, Matt Hutson Contact Your questions answered! Readers’ Models Check out our favourite reader submissions. Worlds of Warhammer Nick Horth usurps Phil Kelly’s regular column to talk about cities and sagas. The Bidecennial Man Guest editor Matt Hutson discusses his status as Longbeard, having working on White Dwarf for more than two decades. A Tale of One Collector We take a look at some of Matt’s favourite armies that he’s collected over the years. Warhammer Age of Sigmar The Realm of Shadow The next part in our ongoing series of modelling and painting guides for the Mortal Realms – this month, we look at Ulgu! The Curse-gold Grudge In this short story, set within the Caverns of Abyssal Silence, a great treasure awaits the Fyreslayers of Aqshygahr Lodge. But they are not alone… Battle Report: The Golden Mask of Khaine The Daughters of Khaine are on the hunt for this valuable relic, but who will recover it? Find out in our Battle Report! Rules of Engagement Jervis Johnson turns his attention to summoning in Warhammer Age of Sigmar and how it has evolved over the last few years. Warhammer 40,000 A Villain Reborn In this guest column, miniatures designer Seb Perbet discusses Abaddon the Despoiler. Index Xenos: Ynnari The inaugural Index Xenos features swathes of background and new rules for fielding the Ynnari in battle. Followers of Ynnead We take a look at the heraldry of the Ynnari, followed by a gallery of beautifully painted miniatures. Paint Splatter Be inspired by four pages of handy stage-by-stage guides for the Ynnari. The Light of Hope This ironically titled short story by Andy Clark sees a lost Imperial ship search for signs of the Astronomican. Kitbash Battleforged A stunning selection of Primaris Space Marine conversions provide a real feast for the eyes. The Black Library The Horus Heresy: Visions of Darkness As the battle for Terra draws closer, Malcador the Sigillite scries the future for signs of hope in an exclusive short story from the Siege of Terra series by Black Library author John French. Warhammer Horror: The Summons of Shadows Dare you read this Warhammer Horror short story by David Annandale? Leave the lights on, just in case… Warhammer Underworlds Glory Points Dave Sanders takes a closer look at organised play and the shiny loot on offer. Middle-earth™ Strategy Battle Game The Gundabad Reavers Jason Lee shows off his converted Gundabad Orcs warband for Battle Companies. Necromunda Perpetual Campaigns in Necromunda New campaign rules for Necromunda let your gang continue on forever, rather than being retired at the end of a campaign. Warhammer Quest: Blackstone Fortress Hostile Threat Detected Need a new challenge? Here are some additional rules for hostile players in Blackstone Fortress. In the Studio What have the Design Studio’s hobbyists been up to this month?

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  • White Dwarf 07-2018

    White Dwarf, the Ultimate Warhammer Magazine.

    Relaunched in 2017 with full-colour A4 pages, it’s a beast of a magazine bringing you all your favourites from White Dwarf’s long history, freshly re-imagined, alongside a whole heap of stuff you never dreamed of.

    Packed full of the latest news in Planet Warhammer, Army of the Month, Battle Reports, the Ultimate Guide, Blanchitsu, Readers’ Models, Rules updates and much, much more.

    Released on the first Friday of the month.

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  • White Dwarf 07-2019

    White Dwarf is Games Workshop's premium Warhammer magazine, packed with amazing content each month such as new rules and background, short stories, regular columns, special guests and more.
     
    Here’s what you can look forward to in July's issue:
     
    White Dwarf is Games Workshop's premium Warhammer magazine, packed with amazing content each month such as new rules and background, short stories, regular columns, special guests and more.
     
    Here’s what you can look forward to in July’s issue:
     
    Contact
    Your questions answered!
     
    Readers’ Models
    Check out our favourite reader submissions.
     
    Worlds of Warhammer
    Not all mortals can ascend to godhood, but these ones have. Phil Kelly tells all.
     
    War in the Underhive
    An exclusive preview of the upcoming PC game adaption of gang warfare on Necromunda.
     
    In the Studio
    What have the Design Studio’s hobbyists been up to this month?
     
    WARHAMMER AGE OF SIGMAR
    A Tale of Four Warlords – The Stormvault Opens
    The Warlords continue to develop and paint their armies.
     
    Battle Report: A Clash of Ancient Foes
    Two Battle Reports that feature rules from the new edition of the General’s Handbook.
     
    Rules of Engagement
    Jervis Johnson reveals all about warscrolls and how they are created.
     
    WARHAMMER 40,000
    Echoes From the Warp
    Robin Cruddace discusses the art – and importance – of playtesting.
     
    Index Astartes: Blood Ravens
    Fans of the Dawn of War PC games, rejoice! The mysterious Blood Ravens are the subject of this instalment of Index Astartes.
     
    The Blood Ravens Muster
    Rik Turner showcases his ever-expanding collection of Blood Ravens.
     
    Paint Splatter
    Learn how to paint the Blood Ravens in this handy stage-by-stage painting guide.
     
    Raven’s Blood
    The Blood Ravens star in this short story by Callum Davis.
     
    Indomitus Crusade Fleets
    Learn more about the vast crusade fleets that served under Roboute Guilliman as part of his Indomitus Crusade.
     
    Galactic War Zones – Jungle Death Worlds
    The first of a new series of converting and painting articles for Warhammer 40,000.
     
    BLACK LIBRARY
    The Midnight Scribe
    Andy Clark discusses his dual role of Warhammer 40,000 background writer by day and Black Library author by night.
     
    WARHAMMER QUEST: BLACKSTONE FORTRESS
    A Deadly Lure
    The concluding part of last month’s new quest set within the dark confines of the Blackstone Fortress.
     
    WARHAMMER UNDERWORLDS
    Glory Points
    David Sanders talks about classic card combos in his regular Warhammer Underworlds column.
     
    Arena Mortis
    Who will be your hero of choice in this new way to play Warhammer Underworlds?
     
    WARHAMMER 40,000: KILL TEAM
    Face Your Daemons
    You asked for it, you got it! New rules for fielding kill teams of Chaos Daemons.
     
    Inquisitor Eisenhorn
    Have you ever wanted to use Inquisitor Eisenhorn in your games of Kill Team? Thought so. Well these new rules enable you to do just that!
     
    ADEPTUS TITANICUS
    Crusade Titan Legions
    New traits, stratagems, and wargear for creating your own Titan Legions.
     
    MIDDLE-EARTH™ STRATEGY BATTLE GAME
    Hunt For the Lost Ring
    Part 2 of the last issue’s Battle Companies campaign for Evil forces.
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  • White Dwarf 08-2019

    White Dwarf is Games Workshop's premium Warhammer magazine, packed with amazing content each month such as new rules and background, short stories, regular columns, special guests and more.
     
    Here’s what you can look forward to in August's issue:
    Contact
    Your questions answered!
     
    Worlds of Warhammer
    Why would allies ever fight each other? Phil Kelly tackles this, and other tricky questions, in his monthly column.
     
    Golden Demon Winners Challenge
    What happens when you give 35 Golden Demon winners a painting challenge? This!
     
    ’Eavy Metal Masterclass
    Painting master Max Faleij explains how to tackle the subject of object source lighting.
     
    WARHAMMER 40,000
    Echoes From the Warp
    While Robin’s away, James Gallagher will play. Specifically, narrative battles.
     
    A Tale of Four Warlords – The Vigilus Warlords
    The four warlords return to show off their latest creations. But something strange has happened to one of the armies…
     
    For the Emperor
    Trooper Kaydn of the Rimorian Irregulars prays for salvation from the Tyranid menace in this short story by Callum Davis.
     
    The Fallen Lords of War
    To celebrate the release of the Chaos Knights kit, we’ve got a gallery of treacherous Knights to show you all. Warning: contains heresy.
     
    Battle Report – The Siege of Cahim II
    Space Marines, Astra Militarum, and Adeptus Mechanicus take on Thousand Sons, Death Guard, and Chaos Knights in this huge Apocalypse Battle Report.
     
    Realms of Battle – Nemendghast Forge
    Get a closer look at this hugely impressive Apocalypse battlefield.
     
    WARHAMMER AGE OF SIGMAR
    Blood Hunt
    The call to war has been made. All will offer fealty to the Eater of Worlds in this Warcry short story by Nick Horth.
     
    Fantastical Realms – The Realm of Light
    Bring your sunglasses (or fantastical equivalent), because this month’s modelling and painting guide is set in Hysh.
     
    Rules of Engagement
    Jervis tackles how to answer rules queries from the comfort of your own armchair. The trick lies in going upstream. You know, like a salmon.
     
    The Tome Celestial – The Sempiternals
    We take a closer look at the foremost Sacrosanct Chamber of the Anvils of the Heldenhammer. This is followed by…
     
    They who Claim Death
    …a gallery of beautifully painted and converted miniatures from the Anvils of the Heldenhammer Stormhost. Skulls are prevalent.
     
    Paint Splatter
    Check out this stage-by-stage painting guide for the Anvils of the Heldenhammer. Hint: black paint is required.
     
    WARHAMMER QUEST: BLACKSTONE FORTRESS
    Precipice Awaits
    After a hard trek through the Blackstone Fortress, all you want to do is relax in your ship. But the bustling streets of Precipice are calling, and treasure (or possibly death) awaits you.
     
    WARHAMMER UNDERWORLDS
    Glory Points
    Dave has donned his best wizarding hat and sparkly robes for this month’s instalment of Glory Points. Totally by coincidence, it just happens to be about magic.
     
    BLOOD BOWL
    Blood Bowl XVIII Grand Final
    The year is 2478, and it’s XVIII Blood Bowl Cup Grand Final. Will you take on the challenge of recreating the historic match between the Skavenblight Scramblers and the Gouged Eye?
     
    In the Studio
    What have the Design Studio’s hobbyists been up to this month?
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  • White Dwarf 09 2019

    White Dwarf is Games Workshop's premium Warhammer magazine, packed with amazing content each month such as new rules and background, short stories, regular columns, special guests and more.

    Here’s what you can look forward to in September’s issue:

    Contact
    Your questions answered!

    Worlds of Warhammer
    Background writer Jordan Green waxes lyrical about army organisation.

    Inside The Studio
    What have the Design Studio’s hobbyists been up to this month?

    WARHAMMER 40,000
    Echoes From The Warp
    Robin’s donned his rose-tinted glasses to look back at his own hobby journey.

    Pain Aeterna
    In this short story, judgement is passed on Battle-brother Apharan, Primaris Marine of the Dark Angels...

    Index Astartes: Dark Angels
    How will the creation of the Primaris Marines affect the most secretive of Space Marine Chapters? Find out in Index Astartes. Plus, a new mission for the Unforgiven!

    The Angels of Death
    Enjoy a closer look at renowned hobbyist Gareth Etherington’s impressive Dark Angels collection.

    Paint Splatter
    A stage-by-stage painting guide for a Deathwing Redemptor Dreadnought.

    Galactic War Zones: Frozen Wastelands
    Dig out your mittens for an ice-worlds modelling and painting guide. Just remember to take them off before you start painting...

    WARHAMMER AGE OF SIGMAR
    Rules of Engagement
    Jervis chats about small-footprint games and how Meeting Engagements and the Open War army generator will revolutionise your games.

    A Tale of Four Warlords: The Stormvault Warlords
    Matt, Alex, Steve, and Ben join us once again to show off what they've been painting, notably big stuff and terrain!

    A Slayer Reforged
    There’s a new model of Gotrek out, as well as a new audio drama and novel! We chat to Brian Nelson and Anja Wettergren about the new model, David Guymer and Darius Hinks about Gotrek’s new adventures, and Johan Grenier about illustrating Gotrek.

    When Six Tribes Go To War
    Miniatures designer Maxime Pastourel joins us to talk about the design of the new Warcry miniatures and the undeniable lure of the path to Chaos.

    WARCRY
    Battle Report: Cursed Metal Convergence
    Two Warcry Battle Reports, fought back-to-back. How will the Iron Golem fair in their campaign convergence?

    Arena of Blood
    Sharpen your blades, because there’s a new campaign event for Warcry. Can you possibly guess what it involves?

    WARHAMMER UNDERWORLDS
    Glory Points
    Phil Kelly has chats about the Shadeglass Shivs, the Nighthaunt warband he used to win the studio Underworlds tournament.

    WARHAMMER 40,000: KILL TEAM
    Kill Team: Escalation
    New rules for using your Blackstone Fortress: Escalation miniatures in Kill Team. Huzzah!

    WARHAMMER QUEST: BLACKSTONE FORTRESS
    The Broggan Brothers
    What would happen if you set a pair of Ogryn brothers loose in the Blackstone Fortress? Find out, and try adding them to your retinue, with these new rules.

    MIDDLE-EARTH™ STRATEGY BATTLE GAME
    Tactica: Heroic Actions
    A handy guide to help you make the most of using Heroic Actions in the Middle-earth Strategy Battle Game.

    GOLDEN DEMON
    Golden Demon Winners Challenge
    Twelve more pages of beautifully painted entries for the Golden Demon Winners Challenge, which this year is set around the theme of ‘the witch’ in Warhammer 40,000.

    FREE DLC – TOTAL WAR: WARHAMMER II!
    This issue also includes a cover mount with a card for Total War: Warhammer II to unlock Gotrek and Felix in the game!
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  • Citadel Air Balor Brown

    Formulated to precisely match the colours in the existing Games Workshop Paint range, these paints are designed for use with an airbrush. Ready-thinned and usable straight from the 12ml pot.
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  • Citadel Air Baneblade Brown

    Formulated to precisely match the colours in the existing Games Workshop Paint range, these paints are designed for use with an airbrush. Ready-thinned and usable straight from the 12ml pot.
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  • Citadel Air Dawnstone

    Formulated to precisely match the colours in the existing Games Workshop Paint range, these paints are designed for use with an airbrush. Ready-thinned and usable straight from the 12ml pot.
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  • Citadel Air Death World Forest

    Formulated to precisely match the colours in the existing Games Workshop Paint range, these paints are designed for use with an airbrush. Ready-thinned and usable straight from the 12ml pot.
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  • Citadel Air Dryad Bark

    Formulated to precisely match the colours in the existing Games Workshop Paint range, these paints are designed for use with an airbrush. Ready-thinned and usable straight from the 12ml pot.

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  • Citadel Air Elysian Green

    Formulated to precisely match the colours in the existing Games Workshop Paint range, these paints are designed for use with an airbrush. Ready-thinned and usable straight from the 12ml pot.

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  • Citadel Air Lothern Blue

    Formulated to precisely match the colours in the existing Games Workshop Paint range, these paints are designed for use with an airbrush. Ready-thinned and usable straight from the 12ml pot.
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  • Citadel Air Steel Legion Drab

    Formulated to precisely match the colours in the existing Games Workshop Paint range, these paints are designed for use with an airbrush. Ready-thinned and usable straight from the 12ml pot.
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  • Citadel Air Straaken Green

    Formulated to precisely match the colours in the existing Games Workshop Paint range, these paints are designed for use with an airbrush. Ready-thinned and usable straight from the 12ml pot.

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  • Citadel Air XV88

    Formulated to precisely match the colours in the existing Games Workshop Paint range, these paints are designed for use with an airbrush. Ready-thinned and usable straight from the 12ml pot.
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  • Primaris Captain in Phobos Armour

    Each company in a Chapter of the Adeptus Astartes falls under the command of a Captain. It is often said that a Space Marine is worth at least ten other soldiers; under the leadership of a Captain, this swells even further, for they coordinate their warriors with deadly precision and inspire their followers to fight with a dedication and spirit that cannot be instilled by training or discipline alone.

    A Primaris Captain in Phobos Armour is an HQ choice for any Adeptus Astartes Faction – including Blood Angels, Dark Angels and even the Space Wolves (for whom he fulfils the role of Wolf Lord). He is a highly skilled warrior in every aspect of battle and wields a deadly master-crafted instigator bolt carbine – a marksman’s weapon designed to snipe enemy commanders. In addition to wearing a camo cloak to enhance the effects of cover, the Primaris Captain in Phobos Armour can use an advanced omni-scrambler to thwart enemy reinforcements as they move onto the battlefield.

    This multipart plastic model comes in 9 components and is supplied with a Citadel 40mm Round Base and an Ultramarines Character Transfer Sheet. You’ll find the full rules for the Primaris Captain in Phobos Armour in Codex: Space Marines.
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  • Primaris Librarian in Phobos Armour

    Eyes blazing and fists crackling with roiling energies, Space Marine Librarians stride into battle to destroy their foes. Some hurl blasts of warp-force that crush their victims to paste, while others twist with the flow of time itself or revitalise their brothers with incredible surges of dynamism. However they choose to fight, all Librarians are powerful psykers, harnessing the potent mutation they bear as a force to defend Humanity.

    A Primaris Librarian in Phobos Armour is an HQ choice for any Adeptus Astartes Faction – including Blood Angels, Dark Angels and even the Space Wolves (for whom he fulfils the role of Rune Priest). He is a capable warrior and a powerful psyker who is able to manifest powers from the debilitating Obscuration discipline. He wears a psychic hood, granting him a better chance of thwarting the powers of enemy psykers. Like many other Vanguard units, the Primaris Librarian in Phobos Armour also wears a camo cloak to enhance the effects of cover.

    This multipart plastic model comes in 10 components and is supplied with a Citadel 40mm Round Base. You’ll find the full rules for the Primaris Librarian in Phobos Armour in Codex: Space Marines.
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  • Primaris Lieutenant with Power Sword

    Lieutenants act as the right hands of their Captains by providing tactical flexibility and helping to direct their battle-brothers in war. They are often entrusted with direct battlefield command of a demi-company or strike force; by handling the squad-level combat logistics of force coordination and acting as exemplary leaders, they free up their Captains to focus on the wider strategic picture of the entire war zone.

    A Primaris Lieutenant is an HQ choice for any Adeptus Astartes Faction – including Blood Angels, Dark Angels and even the Space Wolves (for whom he fulfils the role of Primaris Battle Leader). He wields a melee-focussed combination of power sword and bolt pistol, and his Mark X power armour is adorned with a reliquary and laurel wreaths.

    This multipart plastic model comes in 9 components and is supplied with a Citadel 40mm Round Base. You’ll find the full rules for the Primaris Lieutenant in Codex: Space Marines.
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  • Space Marine Captain

    This multi-part Warhammer 40,000 plastic kit contains 8 components with which to make a Space Marine Captain armed with a power sword and combi-grav gun. There are 2 head options available - one with a plumed helmet, the other bare. There is also the option to add an iron halo to the bare head. This kit comes supplied unpainted and requires assembly - we recommend using Games Workshop Plastic Glue and Games Workshop Paints.

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  • Space Marine Centurion Devastator Squad

    This Warhammer 40,000 plastic kit contains 175 components with which to make a 3 man Space Marine Centurion Devastator Squad. Also included is 1 Space Marine transfer sheet with which to add Chapter iconography and squad markings. This 3 man kit makes either the Centurion Devastator or Assault squad, as well as providing every weapon and upgrade available to both units. There are 3 distinct torsos; 3 individual sets of legs; 6 unique shoulder pad designs; and 7 heads (3 bare, and 4 helmeted) to choose from. The Centurion Devastator Squad's arms can be equipped with either twin-linked heavy bolters, twin-linked lascannons; or grav cannons and grav-amps. The chest plates can be armed with either a hurricane bolter or a missile launcher. The Centurion Assault Squad members are equipped with a siege drill on each arm, and have the choice of mounting either twin-linked flamers, or twin-linked meltaguns as well. The chest plates can be armed with either ironclad assault launchers or a hurricane bolter. There is an additional helmet plume to make it clear who the Sergeant is; an omniscope; an eagle back banner; purity seals; and an iron halo. The Space Marine range is designed so that all of the plastic parts can be swapped between different kits. Whilst the Centurion Devastator Squad is a really unique unit all the heads can be interchanged with those of the rest of the Space Marine range. As can the myriad extra pieces of equipment that can be found in other Space Marine kits, allowing the opportunity to create truly unique collections of miniatures. This kit comes supplied unpainted and requires assembly - we recommend using Games Workshop Plastic Glue and Games Workshop Paints.

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  • Space Marine Librarian

    This multi-part Warhammer 40,000 plastic kit contains 9 components with which to make a Space Marine Librarian armed with a force stave. It also features an optional Warrior Cherub.

    This kit comes supplied unpainted and requires assembly - we recommend using Games Workshop Plastic Glue and Games Workshop Paints.
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  • Space Marine Sternguard Veteran Squad

    Space Marine Sternguard Squad plastic box set contains 5 models: The 5 man Sternguard Veteran Squad comes with a massive amount of variety and options, providing every opportunity to create a unique squad. This set includes 5 different pairs of legs; 5 individual torso fronts; 13 unique heads (7 helmeted and 6 bare); 16 individual shoulder pads; and 5 unique backpacks. There is also an additional helmet plume that can be added to the squad Sergeant, as well as the choice of equipping him with either a chainsword or sheathed power sword. There are enough parts to equip the entire squad with frag and krak, and there is a selection of pouches; an auspex; and a backpack icon.

    The Space Marine range is designed so that all of the plastic parts can be swapped between different kits. If you want your Sternguard Veteran Squad to include alternative heads then get them from any other Space Marine plastic kit and they'll fit. This allows the opportunity for almost unlimited variations of miniatures. This plastic kit contains 120 components with which to make a 5 man Space Marine Sternguard Veteran Squad (and so much more!). Also included is 1 Space Marine transfer sheet with which to add Chapter iconography and squad markings. This kit comes supplied unpainted and requires assembly - we recommend using Games Workshop Plastic Glue and Games Workshop Paints.

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  • Space Marine Vanguard Veteran Squad

    Warhammer 40,000 Space Marine Vanguard Squad contains 5 plastic multi part models:

    5 different sets of running legs; 5 unique torso fronts; 16 different shoulder pads; 9 heads (8 helmeted, 1 bare); and 5 individual jump packs.

    Every model can be armed with either chainsword and bolt pistol (each individual weapon bears a unique design); there are 4 sets of lightning claws; 4 pairs of thunder hammer and storm shield. The Sergeant has choice of relic blade, power sword, power fist or power axe; and there is also a grav pistol; a plasma pistol; a melta bomb; and a selection of frag and krak grenades.

    The Space Marine range is designed so that all of the plastic parts can be swapped between different kits. Depending on how they are assembled, this box set can make hundreds of varieties of Vanguard Veterans. If you want your squad to include alternative shoulder pads, heads or weapons then get them from any other Space Marine plastic kit and they'll fit. This allows for almost unlimited variations meaning truly unique collections of miniatures.
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  • Warhammer Dark Elves Black Ark Fleetmaster

    This Warhammer plastic kit contains 9 components with which to make a Black Ark Fleetmaster armed with a sword and boarding hook.

    This kit comes supplied unpainted and requires assembly - we recommend using Games Workshop Plastic Glue and Games Workshop Paints.
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  • Fyreslayers Auric Runemaster

    This multi-part plastic Warhammer Age of Sigmar kit contains all the parts necessary to assemble one single-pose Auric Runemaster, armed with a runic iron and fyresteel throwing axes. He wields a brazier imbued with the power of his lodge’s forge, adorned with intricate duardin carvings, and he features numerous ur-gold runes hammered into his flesh. Ten components in total, with one Citadel 32mm Round base.

    This plastic kit contains 85 components and can be used to assemble either Ironbreakers or Irondrakes. The kit is supplied unpainted and requires assembly - we recommend using Games Workshop thin plastic glue and Games Workshop paints.

     

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  • Fyreslayers Magmic Battleforge

    Formed instantaneously from molten metal, the Magmic Battleforge is a reflection of godly power, a manifestation of Grimnir’s fury fused with the white-hot fires of Vulcatrix. This mystic furnace can be summoned to a battlefield, where its elemental heat can ignite ur-gold runes and stoke the powers of the Zharrgrim.
     
    The Magmic Battleforge is a piece of terrain available to every Fyreslayers army that increases the power of your Fyreslayers Priests. Costing no matched play points, this towering edifice is a fantastic addition to your collection allowing you to add some Fyreslayers flavour to any battlefield, as well as offering a number of invaluable in-game effects. Your Priests will be able to harness the forge’s powers to assist in their prayers – or use it to better defend nearby Fyreslayers units.
     
    This kit builds one Magmic Battleforge, and is supplied in 33 plastic components.
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  • Fyreslayers Magmic Invocations

    Summoned by the blazing will of the Runemasters and Runesmiters, Magmic Invocations are magical constructs forged of arcane fire that bring death to the foes of the Fyreslayers.
     
    In this set, you’ll be able to build a set of Magmic Invocations of your own, allowing you to mater the full might of your Fyreslayers army. Inside, you'll find:
     
    - The Zharrgron Flame-spitter, a geyser of molten lava that deals devastating damage to massed infantry
    - The Runic Fyrewall, a barrier of gold and flame that shields your units from harm
    - The Molten Infernoth, a raging elemental that rampages across the battlefield, slaying your enemies while leaving the Fyreslayers untouched
     
    For more information, check out the free warscrolls for these models, available to from the Downloads tab. This kit is supplied in 22 plastic components, and is packed with 1x 120mm oval base.
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  • Fyreslayers Vulkite Berzerkers

    This multi-part plastic Warhammer Age of Sigmar kit contains all the components necessary to assemble 10 Vulkite Berzerkers, determined and strong warriors of the Fyreslayers. They come with an impressive selection of weaponry - fyresteel handaxes, war-picks and bladed slingshields - and feature ur-gold runes hammered into their skin. One model can be assembled carrying a Horn of Grimnir, and one warrior can be assembled as a Karl, with ornate fyresteel handaxe or war-pick and his own head options. The kit comes with a whole load of extra ornate runes and keys with which to decorate your Fyreslayers. This kit contains seventy-four components in total, and includes 10 Citadel 32mm Round bases.

    This plastic kit contains 74 components and is supplied unpainted and requires assembly - we recommend using Games Workshop thin plastic glue and Games Workshop paints.

     

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  • Gotrek Gurnisson

    In the long-lost world-that-was, Gotrek Gurnisson was a monster slayer without peer. Seeking a valiant death to atone for a mysterious sin, he travelled the world, his poet companion Felix by his side, seeking the mightiest doom he could find. When the End Times came, Gotrek finally met his fate – guarding the gates of the Realm of Chaos against all the Daemonic servants of the Dark Gods. Now, spat into the Mortal Realms, he seeks new purpose, the last dwarf in a world of duardin and other strange creatures. Armed with the legendary Fyreslayer axe Zangrom-Thaz and bearing the Master Rune of Krag Blackhammer, he has become a veritable demigod of battle.
     
    Gotrek makes a fearsome addition to Order armies. His skill with the mighty axe Zangrom-Thaz makes him (as you would expect) a superlative monster hunter, and a threat to any Hero – even the largest beasts of the Mortal Realms should beware the Slayer's wrath. If, by some chance, anyone survives to hit him back, the Shoulder Plate of Edassa will guard against their blows. Basically, if you want a Hero who will kill everything in his path, you want Gotrek.
     
    Gotrek Gurnisson is a plastic kit supplied in 15 components. He comes with two options for bases – a 32mm round base for using him in your games, and a 40mm round base with scenic detailing depicting dead Skaven, scattered weapons, discarded shields, and splintered wood – perfect for a display model worthy of Golden Demon!
     
    You'll find a warscroll for Gotrek in the box, allowing you to use him in your games of Warhammer Age of Sigmar.
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  • Militarum Auxilla Bullgryns

    Warhammer 40,000: The Astra Militarum, are commonly known as the Imperial Guard. This multi-part plastic kit makes 3 Bullgryn miniatures which can be armed with either grenadier gauntlets and slab shields or battle mauls and suppression shields. Why not make one Bullgryn into a Bone ‘ead? These natural leaders have distinctive metal plated heads so they really stand out in the unit. These miniatures can be assembled with bare head or with gas mask as either Militarum Auxilla Bullgryns or Ogryns. You also have the option to make the special character Nork Deddog.

    This kit comes supplied unpainted and requires assembly - we recommend using Games Workshop Thin Plastic Glue and Games Workshop Paints.

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    £29.25
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  • Officio Prefectus Commissar

    Warhammer 40,000: The Astra Militarum, are commonly known as the Imperial Guard. This kit makes one plastic Officio Prefectus Commissar who can be equipped with either a bolt pistol or plasma pistol at the end of his bionic right arm and while his left hand wields a power sword.

    This kit comes supplied unpainted and requires assembly - we recommend using Games Workshop Thin Plastic Glue and Games Workshop Paints.

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    £13.50
    £15.00 save 10%
  • Ork Meganobz

    This multi-part plastic boxed set contains three Meganobz and a Grot Oiler. Each Meganob is armed with a power klaw and a twin-linked shoota (which can be upgraded to a kombi shoota-rokkit launcha or a kombi shoota-skorcha). In addition to the deadly dakka, this kit also has enough killsaws to give each of your Meganobz a pair.

    One Meganob can be assembled as a Big Mek in mega armour armed with a kustom mega-blasta and power klaw (which is also functions are Mek’s tool for battlefield repairs). You have the option to equip your Big Mek with a back mounted kustom forcefield or a tellyport blasta.
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    £34.20
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  • Severina Raine

    RELEASE DATE IS UNKNOWN - IT MAY BE 23rd FEBRUARY?

     

    DUE TO SEVERLY LIMITED STOCK ONLY 1 ORDER PER CUSTOMER IS ACCEPTED - ORDERS OF MORE THAN 1 WILL BE CANCELLED

     

    Commissar Severina Raine is the lead character from the Black Library novel “Honourbound”

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  • Astra Militarum Hydra / Wyvern

    Warhammer 40,000: The Astra Militarum, are commonly known as the Imperial Guard. The Hydra Flak Tank is equipped to blow aerial foes out of the sky. Armed with twin-linked Hydra autocannons and a predictive logic-spirit, few airborne foes could survive the howling onslaught of the Hydra’s firepower. The Wyvern Suppression Tank exchanges the Hydra’s anti-aircraft autocannons for a pair of twin-linked stormshard mortars. The tank excels in the claustrophobic environment of urban warfare, raining curtains of shrapnel down upon enemy infantry without ever exposing itself to harm. This plastic kit can be assembled as either a Hydra or a Wyvern with 2 crewmen: a gunner and a spotter. Both tanks come with the option to equip a heavy bolter or a heavy flamer. This kit comes supplied unpainted and requires assembly - we recommend using Games Workshop Thin Plastic Glue and Games Workshop Paints.

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    £31.50
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  • Ork Painboy

    Warhammer 40,000 Ork Painboyz are happy to perform the most hasty surgery to get their patients back up and into the fray.

    This single frame plastic Painboy is accompanied by a grot orderly and he’s equipped with Dok’s tools and a ‘urty syringe.
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  • Crawlocke the Jailor and Chainghasts

    Spirit Torments such as Crawlocke are entrusted with a duty Nagash considers vitally important – it is their role to capture the souls of transgressors, those who have escaped their due fate. This multi-part plastic kit contains the components necessary to assemble Crawlocke the Jailor – a Spirit Torment – and 2 accompanying Chainghasts. Crawlocke himself is little more than an ethereal wisp, with emaciated arms reaching from under a shroud – featuring the tormented faces of the damned – to grasp his large, ensorcelled padlock and set of heavy keys, which are used to belabour the living. There are 3 choices of grim face mask for the Spirit Torment, and his ethereal form is trapped within a confining gibbet cage, from which a grave-sand filled hourglass dangles. The accompanying Chainghasts each carry a pair of Ghastflails, with robes covering their forms. There are 4 different masks available for the Chainghasts, each entirely closed and sinister, and there are included 8 pieces of scenery detritus – sections of gibbet, broken locks and metal – with which to decorate the bases. This kit comes as 30 components, and is supplied with 2 Citadel 32mm Round bases and a Citadel 40mm Round base.

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  • Crypt Flayers

    Crypt Flayers multi-part plastic kit contains all the components necessary to build three plastic miniatures, airborne scouts and fierce warriors of the Flesh-eater Courts. 62 components in total, supplied with three Citadel 50mm Round bases. These Warhammer Age of Sigmar models are supplied unpainted and require assembly - we recommend using Games Workshop Plastic Glue and Games Workshop Paints.
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    £27.00
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  • Datacards: Death Guard

    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.

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    £9.00
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  • Death Guard Codex

    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.

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  • Grimghast Reapers

    Grimghast Reapers

    In life, those who were to become Grimghast Reapers were careful and meticulous killers. In death, they never cease in their long, sweeping strokes that mercilessly cut the enemy down a rank at a time, and they never tire.

    This multi-part plastic kit contains the components necessary to build 10 Grimghast Reapers. These indiscriminate spectral killers are notable for consisting of little more than a heavy robe atop a wisp-like ethereal form. Their tortured faces are wrapped in a scrap of sanctified shroud, which prevents them from vision – either physical or witch-sight – a curse which keeps them in a white-hot fury. Each carries a slasher scythe, which they are posed sweeping in a lunging motion; you have the option to build 1 miniature as an Extoller of Shyish, the unit leader. The Extoller of Shyish carries a death knell – a great bell whose tolling strikes to honour the Supreme Lord of the Undead. 2 death knells are included. Each miniature is attached to its base via a gravestone from which its form exudes; an appropriately macabre detail.

    This kit comes as 32 components, and is supplied with 10 Citadel 32mm Round bases.
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  • Harpy

    Harpies are monstrous bioforms that fly with a deftness and agility unattainable by even the most sophisticated fighter-craft. As they soar overhead, they rain clusters of living bombs onto prey worlds and spit death from their forelimbs. The Harpy can be armed with either a twin-linked stranglethorn cannon or twin-linked venom cannon. There is a unique head featuring a long tongue and head crest and its carapace is distinguished by a series of vertical fins. The tail points upwards and spore mine cysts can be added to the rear of the model. There are also 3 separate spore mines included, each of which has a unique design. This plastic kit contains 69 components with which to make either a Harpy or Hive Crone. This kit comes supplied unpainted and requires assembly - we recommend using Citadel Plastic Glue and Citadel Paints.

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    £45.00
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  • Hexwraiths

    Upon ghostly steeds, the Hexwraiths ride right through their foes, turning blood to ice and snatching souls from screaming warriors. Once knights both proud and cruel, they relive their glory by visiting pain and death upon the races of the realms. This multi-part plastic boxed set contains 91 components with which to make 5 Hexwraiths, wielding spectral scythes. One model can be assembled as a Hellwraith, leader of the unit. This kit can optionally be used to assemble 5 Black Knights. Supplied with 5 Citadel 60x35mm Oval bases.

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    £20.25
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  • Kurdoss Valentian the Craven King

    Kurdoss Valentian the Craven King had a ruthless desire to rule, and many were his wicked deeds to secure power. He comes as a multi-part plastic kit containing the components necessary to assemble Kurdoss Valentian, the Craven King. This kit comes as 19 components, and is supplied with a Citadel 60mm Round base.

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    £24.75
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  • Lady Olynder

    Lady Olynder and the Mortarch of Grief

    She is the Mourning Bride, the Unrequited Queen, the Veiled Lady and the Mortarch of Grief. This multi-part plastic kit contains the components necessary to assemble Lady Olynder, Mortarch of Grief. As the Mortarch of Grief, she is surrounded by an aura of absolute misery – this miniature does an impressive job of capturing the bleakness. Hovering above the ground in her ghastly bridal dress and veil, little can actually be seen of her form other than the outline of a skull. Her bridal train, ruined and shredded, flows out behind her, with a wisp of this ethereal garment attaching the miniature to its base. Thorny vines of grave-roses, which sprout wherever she floats, wrap themselves around her waist and up to her headdress, which itself resembles a thorned briar. In her right hand she wields the Staff of Midnight, an ornate stave topped with a polished gemstone of vitrified grave-sand. She is accompanied by 2 macabre Banshee Handmaidens, horrifying skull-faced spectres. Each carries a gift – an ensorcelled grave-sand hourglass given by Nagash himself which can be smashed asunder with lethal effect, and a sealed casket, the contents of which are a mystery; hardly likely to be anything at all positive...

    This model comes as 23 components, and is supplied with a Citadel 60mm Round base.
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  • Militarum Tempestus Scions

    This Warhammer 40,000 box contains enough parts to make a 5 man Militarum Tempestus Scions squad armed with lasguns. There are 17 heads (8 with respirators and 9 with berets) and ammo pouches, knives, grenades and canteens. You can build a squad of Tempestus Scions and have the option to upgrade 1 model to be a Tempestor.

    The Tempestor has a number of weapons options. The right hand can be equipped with a powerfist, chainsword or power sword, and you can choose to upgrade the left handed laspistol to a bolt pistol or a plasma pistol. You have the option to replace the hot-shot lasguns with a choice of five additional special weapons: a plasma gun, meltagun, grenade launcher, flamer or hot-shot volley gun. This kit also includes a vox-caster backpack which allows one of your Tempestus Scions to fulfil the role of Vox-cast operator.

    This Warhammer 40,000 kit can also be assembled as a Tempestus Scions Command Squad. It is supplied unpainted and requires assembly - we recommend using Games Workshop Thin Plastic Glue and Games Workshop Paints.

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    £20.25
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  • Mortarion Daemon Primarch of Nurgle

    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.

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  • Ork Mek Gun

    This multi-part Warhammer 40,000 plastic kit makes one of four possible Mek Gunz and has a six-strong grot crew. It can be assembled as a bubblechukka, a smasha gun, a traktor kannon or a kustom mega-kannon.

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    £27.00
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  • Tyranid Hive Guard Tyrant Guard Warhammer 40,000

    Tyranid Hive Guard or Tyrant Guard Warhammer 40,000 are alternative builds for this kit. Both kits share the same body, heads and hind legs, as well as the choice of a pair of unarmoured secondary arms or rending claws (one of which holds the severed head of a Space Marine). The Hive Guard models can be armed with either an impaler cannon or shockcannon. There are enough weapons to arm the complete unit with either option. The Tyrant Guard can be armed with a pair of crushing claws; bone sword and lash whip; or a pair of scything talons. There are 3 sets of each weapon option, allowing the entire unit to armed identically. As well as this, each Tyrant Guard can be modelled with battle damaged shoulder armour. This plastic kit contains 102 components with which to make either 3 Hive Guard or 3 Tyrant Guard. This Warhammer 40,000 kit comes supplied unpainted and requires assembly - we recommend using Games Workshop Plastic Glue and Games Workshop Paints.

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  • Tyranid Warriors Warhammer 40,000

    Warhammer 40,000 Tyranid Warriors are amongst the most important Tyranids on the battlefield. Not only are they large and powerful fighters but they also fulfil a pivotal role, acting as psychic resonators, amplifying the psychic bond with the hive mind. The Tyranid Warrior models come in 3 distinct poses with every single combination of weapon available on the frame. There is a staggering choice of weapons to choose from including 3 pairs of lash whips; 3 pairs of spinefists; 3 devourers; 3 pairs of rending claws; 3 pairs of scything talons; 3 deathspitters; 3 pairs of boneswords; a venom cannon; a barbed strangler; and 3 pairs of flesh hooks. These can be taken in a variety of combinations depending on how you want to arm your Tyranid Warriors. This kit also includes the option to make a Tyranid Prime. This monster is distinguished with its own chest plate; head and crest; shoulder guards; and has the option to add a scythed tail. As well as this multitude of options there are also enough adrenal glands and toxic sacs to add to the entire unit, and a choice of 4 different faces for the Warriors. This plastic kit contains 89 components with which to make 3 Tyranid Warriors, or 2 Tyranid Warriors and a Tyranid Prime. This kit comes supplied unpainted and requires assembly - we recommend using Games Workshop Plastic Glue and Games Workshop Paints.

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    £29.25
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  • Tyrannocyte Tyranid Warhammer 40,000

    This 124-piece Warhammer 40,000 plastic kit makes one Tyrannocyte. The armoured carapace can be modelled closed to the body or open to act as an airbrake as the Tyrannocyte prepares to land on the target planet. It is armed with five deathspitters which can be replaced by barbed stranglers or venom cannons.

    This Warhammer 40,000 kit can alternatively be built as a Sporocyst and Mucolid Spore. The full rules for using the Tyrannocyte and the Sporocyst and Mucolid Spore in games of Warhammer 40,000 are included in White Dwarf Issue 41.

    This kit is supplied unpainted and requires assembly - we recommend using Games Workshop Plastic Glue and Games Workshop Paints.

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    £36.00
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  • Venomthrope or Zoanthrope Tyranid Warhammer 40,000

    This 80-piece plastic kit makes three Venomthropes or three Zoanthropes. It comes with three different heads and 3 different left and right tentacle arms. This kit is loaded with customisation opportunities with each model poseable at the waist, neck, tentacle arms, and claws. This kit can alternatively be assembled as 2 Venomthropes or Zoanthropes and a Neurothrope.

    Warhammer 40,000 kits come supplied unpainted and requires assembly - we recommend using Games Workshop Plastic Glue and Games Workshop Paints.

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    £36.00
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  • Warhammer Vampire Counts Wight King

    Wight Kings, ancient, mighty warlords risen from their graves when the Dark Magic grows strong. Skeleton Warriors or Grave Guard follow these heavily armoured, virtually untouchable figures into battle. This plastic Warhammer kit contains one Vampire Counts Wight King - a finely detailed kit that comes in six components including a fully detailed 20mm square base. This miniature is supplied unpainted and requires assembly - we recommend using Games Workshop Plastic Glue and Games Workshop Paints.

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    £9.00
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  • 2019 Blood Bowl Almanac

    Lord Borak the Despoiler returns as guest editor for the 2019 update! This issue combines all the content from four full issues of Spike! Journal, including the full rules for the Champions of Death, Greenfield Grasshuggers, Athelorn Avengers, and Gwaka’moli Crater Gators (that’s issues 4-7 if you're counting).
     
    Not only does it bring together every team and player profile, each editorial, a run-down of each team's tactics, and a whole lot of gossip from across these four fantastic issues, but it also features a showcase of beautifully painted miniatures in a variety of team colours.
     
    Of course, that’s not everything this compilation covers – you’ll find a comprehensive and up-to-date FAQ for Blood Bowl, and an updated list of Star Player profiles. We've also included the rules for special pitches and balls for the Shambling Undead, Halfling, Wood Elf, and Lizardmen teams.
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  • 25mm Bases Necromunda

    25mm Bases Necromunda

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  • 32mm Bases Necromunda

    32mm Bases Necromunda
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  • Abaddon the Despoiler

    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.

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  • Aberrants

    Misshapen, lumpen and inhumanly strong, the Aberrants are the repugnant offshoots of the brood cycle. Though dim-witted, their instinctive need to defend their broodkin makes them valuable assets to the cult. With heavy industrial tools raised, they cause impressive carnage with only their brute force and single-minded determination.
     
    Aberrants form terrifying packs of warriors that excel in delivering huge amounts of damage in close combat. Their heavy melee weapons are used to bludgeon their enemies into submission, and if those don't do the job, their rending claws add a lethal coup de grace. Combined with their ability to shrug off much of the damage dealt to them, this unit can dominate their enemies with ease.
     
    This plastic box set contains 41 components, enough to build 5 Aberrants with a choice of power picks or power hammers. Also included are options to build a Hypermorph armed with a power hammer or heavy improvised weapon, and 11 different heads. This set has been designed to offer a high degree of interchangeability between parts. Supplied with 5x 32mm round bases.
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  • Abominant

    A champion amongst the mutant aberrants of the cult, the Abominant is a misshapen wrecking ball of muscle and chitin that wields a heavy bludgeoning instrument as if it weighs no more than a switch of willow. Only when the roaring, demented brute crushes all before it in a spasmodic frenzy, crying out in a mixture of anger, pain and self-loathing, does the true horror of its existence become clear. It is guided by a Mindwyrm Familiar, a diminutive bio-psychic construct that is given life in the decaying slurry found in a Patriarch's lair.
     
    The Abominant is a devastating close combat specialist, able to deliver huge amounts of damage with his power sledgehammer and rending claw. It gives Genestealer Cults players a melee-focussed HQ choice whose Mindwyrm Familiar helps to protect it and other nearby friendly units from psychic attacks.
     
    This pack contains a single multipart plastic miniature featuring an Abominant guided by a Mindwyrm Familiar. It comes as 11 components and is supplied with a 40mm round base.
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    £15.75
    £17.50 save 10%
  • Acastus Knight Command Terminal Pack

    Banners of Imperial Knights are the perfect way to add to your Adeptus Titanicus battlegroup. A pair of Acastus Knights form a single unit and operate together on the battlefield in support of your Titans – and extra Knights can be added to the banner as well to enhance their battlefield effectiveness.
     
    For each banner of Knights you field, you require a Command Terminal, which provides a detailed surface on which to track the status, damage and weapons of your Knights, as well as the Orders you've issued to them each turn. This set of five large-format card Command Terminals includes enough to add several banners of Knights to your games of Adeptus Titanicus.
     
    CONTENTS
    - 5 Acastus Knight Banner Command Terminals
    400-31-60
    £13.50
    £15.00 save 10%
  • Acastus Knights Porphyrion

    Acastus Knights rival even the Scout Titans of the Collegia Titanica in both size and power. Heavily armed and armoured, they stride across the battlefield unleashing devastating volleys from their paired magna lascannons.
     
    This multipart plastic kit contains the components necessary to assemble 2 Acastus Knights for use in games of Adeptus Titanicus. Each of these machines is armed with a a pair of magna lascannon, and a choice of Ironstorm missile pods and Karacnos mortar batteries. These are highly detailed Adeptus Titanicus-scaled miniatures are every bit as impressive to behold as their larger brethren – details include the ability to have the top canopy open or closed, and a choice of defensive weapons to sit next to the model's head.
     
    This kit comes as 46 plastic components and is supplied with 2 Citadel 60mm Round bases along with an Acastus Knight Porphyrion decal sheet that features heraldry for Houses Makabius, Vyronii, Malinax and Coldshroud.
    400-26
    £27.00
    £30.00 save 10%
  • Achilles Ridgerunner

    Achilles Ridgerunners range into deadly frontier environments, their pilots scanning for promising resource deposits and communicating their location back to base. Though well equipped to engage enemy scouts and outriders, the Achilles Ridgerunner's true qualities lie in its ability to rove ahead of the cult's main forces, scouting out potential ambush sites and routes of ingress into the foe's territory.
     
    Achilles Ridgerunners are fast-moving buggies capable of carrying a significant amount of ordnance. They can also operate as a vital support vehicle for units of Atalan Jackals, giving that unit even more manoeuvrability. Equipped with two heavy stubbers, it can also take either a heavy mining laser, a heavy mortar or a missile launcher, providing any Genestealer Cults player with useful toolbox for dealing with any enemy. 
     
    This pack contains a single plastic Achilles Ridgerunner armed with two heavy stubbers, and a choice of either a heavy mining laser, a heavy mortar, or a missile launcher. It comes with a host of other options and optional wargear, and a single 120mm oval base.
    51-61
    £27.00
    £30.00 save 10%
  • Acolyte Iconward Genestealer Cult

    Acolyte Iconward Genestealer Cult plastic kit contains the components necessary to assemble one Acolyte Iconward, armed with an autopistol, blasting charges and rending claws, clutching his cult’s sacred banner. Supplied with a Citadel 32mm Round base.
    51-54
    £13.50
    £15.00 save 10%
  • Adeptus Mechanicus Belisarius Cawl

    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.

    59-17
    £29.25
    £32.50 save 10%
  • Adeptus Mechanicus Electro Priests

    This Warhammer 40,000 plastic kit can be assembled as either:

    • Corpuscarii Electro-Priests which are comprised:
      • electrostatic gauntlets
      • power pack
      • five different torsos
      • five heads
      • five head crests
    • Fulgurite Electro-Priests which can be assembled with:
      • ​five electroleech staves
      • power packs
      • five different torsos
      • five heads
      • five head crests

     

    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.

    59-15
    £24.75
    £27.50 save 10%
  • Adeptus Mechanicus Ironstrider

    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.

    59-12
    £29.25
    £32.50 save 10%
  • Adeptus Mechanicus Kastelan Robots

    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:

    • two sets of power fists
    • two sets of twin-linked phosphor blasters
    • a choice of carapace-mounted weaponry (incendine combustor or yet another phosphor blaster - two of each are supplied).

    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.

    59-16
    £40.50
    £45.00 save 10%
  • Adeptus Mechanicus Kataphron Battle Servitors

    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:

    • three track assemblies(with optional armour and mud guards for Breachers)
    • three sets of Breacher heads and torso armour
    • three interchangeable exhausts
    • a selection of weapons:
      • arc rifles
      • torsion cannons
      • arc claws
      • hydraulic claws
      • plasma culverin assemblies
      • heavy grav cannon assemblies
      • phosphor blaster assemblies
      • three cognis flamer assemblies

    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.

    59-14
    £31.50
    £35.00 save 10%
  • Adeptus Mechanicus Onager Dunecrawler

    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

    • searchlights
    • smoke launchers
    • cognis manipulators
    • mindscanner probes

    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:

    • eradication beamer
    • twin phosphor blasters with sensors
    • neutron laser featuring a coaxial cognis heavy stubber or an Icarus array
    • anti-air assault package comprising twin autocannons, a gatling flak launcher, an armour-piercing missile launcher and a radar dish.

    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.

    59-13
    £40.50
    £45.00 save 10%
  • Adeptus Mechanicus Sicarians

    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.

    59-11
    £25.20
    £28.00 save 10%
  • Adeptus Mechanicus Skorpius Disintegrator

    Adeptus Mechanicus Skorpius Disintegrator

    59-20
    £40.50
    £45.00 save 10%
  • Adeptus Mechanicus Tech Priest Dominus

    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:

    • volkite blaster
    • macrostubber
    • eradication ray
    • phosphor serpenta
    • power axe - this is his badge of office, and is detailed with a microphone and loudspeaker.

     

    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.

    59-18
    £19.80
    £22.00 save 10%
  • Adeptus Mechanicus Vanguard Detachment

    Adeptus Mechanicus Vanguard Detachment

    1x Tech Priest Dominus (59-18), 6x Kastelan Robots with 3x Cybernetica Datasmiths (59-16)

    59-19
    £85.00
    £100.00 save 15%
  • Adeptus Titanicus Accessories

    Keep track of vital statuses and objectives in your games of Adeptus Titanicus: The Horus Heresy with this packed set of essential gaming accessories. It includes:
     
    - A set of Battlefield Assets: 6 plastic miniatures to represent Stratagems in-game including 1 Macro Cannon Battery, 1 Apocalypse Missile Strongpoint, 1 Command Bastion, 1 Plasma Generator, 1 Communications Relay and 1 Void Shield Relay
    - An Opus Titanica to show which player has initiative
    - A plastic wrecked Titan head, to be used as an objective marker
    - 50 status markers, for your Titan’s command terminals
    - 6 designation markers to number the Titans under your command
    - 3 arc templates, for determining the firing arcs of Titan weapons
    99220399002
    £10.00
     
  • Adeptus Titanicus Knight Battleforce

    Knights are the agile war machines of the Knightly houses, each one commanded by a single skilled scion. When the Titan Legions mass for war, they call upon their allied Knightly Houses to aid them. Knights act as scouts and skirmishers for their larger kin. Bristling with fearsome weapons and protected by shimmering shields, Imperial Knights are amongst the most terrifying military assets in the galaxy. When an entire Knight Household marches to war, the various classes of Knight – Questoris, Cerastus and Acastus – march side by side, their noble pilots determined to bring an end to their enemies.
     
    In this set, you will find a collection of 12 Imperial Knights for Adeptus Titanicus. Six Questoris Knights form the core of the force, and are armed with a choice of weapons that can devastate enemy Knights or strip shields from Titans at range before the Knights close for the kill with their melee weaponry.
     
    Alongside them are four Cerastus Knight Lancers. The nobles piloting these war machines eschew ranged weaponry in favour of a devastating shock lance and an ion gauntlet shield that can defend them from the mightiest attack. These fast and agile Knights close quickly on the enemy, deflecting fire from their shields and bringing death to enemies with their lances.
     
    Finally, a pair of Acastus Knights Porphyrion form a defensive bulwark. These Knights are almost as large and well-armoured as a Warhound Titan, and wield paired magna lascannons which can threaten even larger god-machines at range.
     
    Together, these Knights can be added to a Titan Legion to fulfil many different battlefield roles, or form the core of a Knight Household army.
     
    CONTENTS
    This boxed set contains everything you need to build twelve plastic Imperial Knights for your games of Adeptus Titanicus. With the 356 components included, you can build the following:
     
    – 6x Questoris Knights with a choice of weapons, including reaper chainsword, thunderstrike gauntlet, thermal cannon, rapid fire battlecannon, avenger gatling cannon & stormspear rocket pod. Also includes multiple meltaguns and heavy stubbers, plus a range of heads to customise your Knights.
    – 4x Cerastus Knight Lancers armed with shock lance and ion gauntlet shield, plus a choice of heads.
    – 2x Acastus Knights Porphyrion armed with magna lascannons and a choice of Ironstorm missile pods and Karacnos mortar batteries. They have a choice of defensive weapons to sit next to the head, and can be modelled with canopies open or closed.
     
    This set also includes 6x 40mm round bases, 4x 50mm round bases and 2x 60mm round bases.
     
    Rules for using Questoris Knights and Cerastus Knight Lancers can be found in the Imperial Knight Command Terminals Pack, and Acastus Knights Porphyrion rules can be found in the Acastus Knight Command Terminal Pack. Guidelines for building an entire army of Knights are in Doom of Molech.
     
    The manufacturer indicates that there is an approximate 33% added value based on £110 RRP when compared to buying the individual products that compile this box.
    400-30
    £64.00
    £80.00 save 20%
  • Adeptus Titanicus Loyalist Legions Dice

    Show your loyalty to the Emperor and the Imperial Truth with a set of twenty dice designed for use in your games of Adeptus Titanicus. Included in this set are nine standard six-sided dice, two ten-sided dice, six Order dice for issuing commands to your Titans and Knights, a Hit Location dice and Reactor dice for determining where your Titans take damage and how hard they're pushing their reactors, and a Scatter dice for randomising blasts.
     
    Each of these dice is metallic looking, with blue pips and detailing. On the six-sided dice, an Imperial Aquila replaces the 6.
     
    CONTENTS
    Contains 20 dice:
    – 1x Adeptus Titanicus Reactor dice
    – 1x Adeptus Titanicus Hit Location dice
    – 2x D10
    – 6x Adeptus Titanicus Order dice
    – 9x D6 with an Imperial Aquila on the 6
    – 1 x Adeptus Titanicus Scatter dice
    400-25
    £13.50
    £15.00 save 10%
  • Adeptus Titanicus Plasma Annihilators, Laser Blasters and Power Claw

    This plastic frame provides alternative weapons to use with your plastic Warlord Titans, increasing your tactical options and giving you new ways to devastate enemy war-engines – including a devastating close-combat weapon!

    This plastic frame contains 82 components that make up the following models and additional parts for your Warlord Titans:

    – Two arm-mounted plasma annihilators
    – One Arioch Titan power claw, with optional blunt and clawed fingers. Either style of fingers can be modelled as an open or closed fist
    – Two carapace-mounter laser blasters
    – Two heads
    – Alternative tilting plates and carapace armour

    This is not a complete kit – the Adeptus Titanicus Warlord Battle Titan set is required to use the contents of this kit.
    99220399003
    £26.00
     
  • Adeptus Titanicus Reaver Battle Titan Command Terminal Pack

     

    Expanding and adding to your games of Adeptus Titanicus is easy – simply pick up new Titans, and slot them into your maniples! But you’ll need Command Terminals for each, and that’s where this pack comes in. A set of 5 large-format card Terminals, this provides a detailed surface on which to track the status of your Titans, their basic statistics and their power routing, along with spaces to place Weapon Cards for ease of use. Included:
    - 5 Reaver Titan Command Terminals.

     

    400-08-60
    £15.00
     
  • Adeptus Titanicus Rules Set

    The galaxy is in flames. The Emperor’s glorious vision for humanity is in ruins, his armies locked in brutal civil war. The greatest of these bitter combatants are the towering god-engines of the Adeptus Titanicus. Those Titan Legions that remain loyal to the Emperor of Mankind fight boldly to stem the tide of treachery, holding the line on countless worlds as the Warmaster’s forces advance inexorably on Terra. The Traitor Titan Orders march at the vanguard of the Warmaster’s hosts as they seek to bring the Imperium to its knees in the name of their twisted cause…
     
    Adeptus Titanicus: The Horus Heresy is a tabletop game of devastating combat between awe-inspiring machines, set during the civil war that tore the galaxy apart. 2 players take control of a variety of Titans – colossal, bipedal war engines covered in thick armour and weapons which can level a city in a single salvo. It is a strategic challenge in which you pit your skill and cunning against your opponent in a battle to the death; a test of tactical skill demanding the management of the resources at your disposal, determining the optimal reactions to the evolving state of the battlefield.
     
    The Rules Set includes a 96-page hardback book containing all the rules needed to play games of Adeptus Titanicus, from basic movement and resolving attacks through to advanced and optional rules which add incredible depth and tactical complexity. Along with the comprehensive rules manual, a host of accessories are included – Command Terminals, Battlefield Assets and more:
     
    Rulebook
     
    In the 96-page rulebook, you’ll find Basic, Advanced and Optional rules for play, along with detailed background on the Titan Legions, their creation and battles prior to – and during – the Horus Heresy.
     
    - The Imperium of Mankind: while no complete archive of the history and events that shaped Mankind’s ascent to galaxy-spanning rulers exists, archaeodata can be used to piece together information on the Empire of Old; the relationship between Terra – the seat of the Emperor – and Mars, home of the Cult Mechanicum; the Unification Wars and Great Crusade; the Collegia Titanica and the creation of the Titan Legions; and the shattering civil war of the Horus Heresy. Such information is presented here;
    - Selected Notable Engine-wars of the Age of Darkness: when the god-engines go to war, the galaxy itself holds its breath – here is a record of numerous conflicts between these towering machines, from the Betrayal at Isstvan III, the Death of Tallarn, through to the Imperial Muster at Beta-Garmon;
    - Throughout the book are presented annotated schematics and blueprints of a variety of Titans, along with examples of composition, heraldry and colour schemes of Knightly Banners and Titan Maniples;
    - Rules Introduction: Adeptus Titanicus can present a daunting prospect at first, with the Advanced Rules being a comprehensive guide to piloting a Titan – the Introduction section of this book is designed to ease you into the way this game is played, with annotated photographs demonstrating the setup, showing a battle in progress and clearly explaining how each accessory – the Command Terminals, dice and arcs, particularly – is used;
    - Basic Rules: covering everything players need to know in their first few games, this section explains Rounds – between 4 and 6 per game – and the 5 Phases – Strategy, Movement, Damage Control, Combat and End – of which each Round consists. Each Phase is explained as an overview, with suggestions of Advanced Rules to add as you become more familiar with the game’s flow. Included is a mission – Titanic Clash – designed for use with the Basic Rules;
    - Advanced Rules: once players are familiar with the Phases and flow of Adeptus Titanicus, it’s time to step up and begin piloting your Titans with Advanced Rules. This section introduces Stratagems, which are special abilities defined by the mission being played, and the issuing of Orders, which confer a bonus – and a concurrent disadvantage – to your models. Terrain effects are introduced here – even the god-machines can run into difficulty on a rubble-strewn battlefield – as well as the effects of pushing your Titan’s Plasma Reactor; while this provides you with more power for cataclysmic salvos of fire, it also drastically increases the chance of a dramatic overheating scenario. A canny Princeps understands how to manage this risk! As well as this, there are rules for Awakening the Machine Spirit, an unpredictable and unusual set of conditions which can be set by the vital force at the heart of each Titan, overriding the crew’s wishes in ways which can prove advantageous. Finally, this section provides rules for fielding squadrons and banners, supporting one another with coordinated strikes and overlapping void shields;
    - Optional Rules: while not necessary for a game, the rules in this section can be used to add complexity and depth for those who really want to triumph over the adverse conditions found when trying to guide a Titan to war. Overloaded void shields, destroying terrain, management of the very routing of power systems, and dealing with the consequences of stray shots are all covered here;
    - Assembling a Battlegroup: advice on assembling your Titans into a battlegroup, with maniple configurations and personality traits for your battlegroup’s leader;
    - Fighting a Battle: 3 different ways of enjoying the brutal combat and evolving stories you’ll act out while playing are outlined here – Narrative, Matched and Open Play. Open Play concentrates on the models themselves, with no restrictions – simply place whichever Titans on the board you wish, and fight; Narrative Play uses missions to tell a story, and Matched Play balances the sides to make games pure tests of strategic ability. 6 missions are included, with advice on designing your own;
    - Legions of the Adeptus Titanicus: descriptions and rules for Legio Gryphonicus and Legio Tempestus, each with its own Legion Trait, specific wargear, and choice of Princeps Seniores’ Personal Trait.
     
    Accessories
     
    There is included a host of gaming accessories necessary for playing Adeptus Titanicus:
     
    - 6 Titan Command Terminals: 2 Warlord Titan, 2 Reaver Titan, and 2 Warhound Titan Command Terminals, large card surfaces used to track the status of your Titans during games;
    - 2 Questoris Knight Command Terminals, used to track the status of your Knight Banners during games;
    - 28 Titan Weapon cards : these double-sided cards are placed on the Titan Command Terminals in-game to keep track of the weaponry you’ve deployed, with one side showing the weapon characteristics, and the reverse showing that it is disabled;
    - 24 Mission and Stratagem cards: these detail the 6 Missions and 18 Stratagems from the rulebook in a handy small format;
    - Battlefield Assets and Status Markers: Battlefield Assets are a frame of 6 plastic miniatures, used to represent certain Stratagems – this set includes 1 Macro Cannon Battery, 1 Apocalypse Missile Strongpoint, 1 Command Bastion, 1 Plasma Generator, 1 Communications Relay and 1 Void Shield Relay. Also included are markers for initiative, a wrecked Titan head which can be used as an objective marker, 50 status markers for use with Command Terminals, 6 designation markers for the Titans on the battlefield and 3 arc templates used to determine weapon firing arcs;
    - 2 reference sheets, quickly detailing the Phases of the game along with at a glance information on Orders, Repair Actions, Hit Roll Modifiers, Armour Roll Modifers, rules for Smash Attacks, Reactor Overload table, Awakened Machine Spirit table, Catastrophic Damage table, Damage Effects, Critical Damage Effects, and Common Weapon Traits;
    - 21 Adeptus Titanicus dice: 1 D6 Reactor Die, 1 D6 Hit Location Die, 2 Numbered D10, 6 D6 Order Dice, 10 Adeptus Titanicus D6, and1 Scatter die;
    - 2 clear blast markers and a flame template, representing explosions and fiery bursts in-game.
    400-15-60
    £31.50
    £35.00 save 10%
  • Adeptus Titanicus Traitor Legions Dice

    Show your loyalty to the Warmaster and dedication to tearing down the Imperium with a set of twenty dice designed for use in your games of Adeptus Titanicus. Included in this set are nine standard six-sided dice, two ten-sided dice, six Order dice for issuing commands to your Titans and Knights, a Hit Location dice and Reactor dice for determining where your Titans take damage and how hard they're pushing their reactors, and a Scatter dice for randomising blasts.
     
    Each of these dice is red, with gold pips and detailing. On the six-sided dice, the Eye of Horus replaces the 6.
     
    CONTENTS
    Contains 20 dice:
    – 1x Adeptus Titanicus Reactor dice
    – 1x Adeptus Titanicus Hit Location dice
    – 2x D10
    – 6x Adeptus Titanicus Order dice
    – 9x D6 with the Eye of Horus on the 6
    – 1 x Adeptus Titanicus Scatter dice
    400-24
    £13.50
    £15.00 save 10%