Plastic Glue Citadel is designed specifically for assembling plastic Citadel miniatures, Citadel Plastic Glue comes in a bottle with a handy applicator nozzle, making it as easy as possible to put your models together.
For some Warhammer 40,000 Chaos Space Marines, simply dedicating their souls to the gods is not enough. Pledging themselves fully to the service of Chaos, they allow daemons to possess their bodies, becoming willing hosts to these immaterial creatures. Such possession is usually agonising, as the daemons writhe within their new physical form, changing it to better suit their needs.
This box set contains 5 plastic Possessed Warhammer 40,000 Space Marines with a plethora of possessed mutations.
Primaris Agressors Space Marines multi-part plastic kit contains the components necessary to assemble a 3-man squad. Extremely heavily armoured, their silhouette is wider and chunkier than most Primaris Space Marines, due in no small part to the choice of auto boltstorm gauntlets or flamestorm gauntlets. There are three sets of each, with every weapon featuring pipes or belts that are fed from the enormous backpack. One set of flamestorm gauntlets features retracted barrels, as in close combat fists speak louder than flames… Should you choose the boltstorm gauntlets, the Aggressors can also take a fragstorm grenade launcher.
You have the option of assembling 3 Aggressors or 2 Aggressors and a Sergeant; a host of options are available either way. There are 6 heads for the standard Aggressors, with respirators on the mask of those using flamestorm gauntlets, and 2 more specific heads for the Sergeant. The flamestorm-wielding Aggressors have their own shoulder pads, featuring larger blast shielding to protect them from the immense operating temperatures of their weapons. Also included are reliquaries and purity seals, with special examples for Sergeants featuring extra skulls.
Primaris Aggressors come as 107 components, and are supplied with 3 Citadel 40mm Round bases.
Primaris Apothecary Space Marines is a multi-part plastic kit containings the components necessary to assemble one model. Wearing Mk X power armour, this miniature features far more accessories than the standard Primaris Space Marine – as befits his battlefield role. Strung around the chest plate are several canopic jars, bearing purity seals: these are filled with progenoid organs that have passed his scrutiny, and will be used in the creation of further Primaris Space Marines. In his right hand he clutches a freshly-hewn organ upon which his gaze is fixed; another canopic jar hangs from his arm, ready. His left arm holds a narthecium, the grisly instrument of his craft, though this can be replaced with an optional absolver pistol (often the last thing a fallen brother will see…)
Adding to the detail and options of this kit are a selection of lamps and surgical inspection lenses, with a chainsaw, injector servo arm, drill and stapler amongst the possible modelling options. As a macabre narrative extra, a slain Space Marine is included with a huge incision made by the Apothecary’s narthecium, to be added to the base.
Primaris Apothecary has 28 components, and is supplied with a Citadel 40mm Round base. Primaris Apothecary also includes a Ultramarines Character Transfer Sheet, which features Captain, Chaplain, Librarian and Lieutenant iconography.
Primaris Captain Space Marines is a plastic kit containing the components necessary to assemble one model.
There is a choice of two different heads – one bare, and the other is helmeted with a targeter over one eye – and his left shoulder pad has been left blank and smooth, meaning your preferred Chapter iconography can be easily added.
The Primaris Captain comes as 21 components, and is supplied with a Citadel 40mm Round base. The kit also includes an Ultramarines Character Transfer Sheet, which features Captain, Chaplain, Librarian and Lieutenant iconography.
Primaris Chaplain Space Marines is a multi-part plastic kit contains the parts necessary to assemble a Primaris Chaplain. Wearing iconic jet-black Mk X power armour featuring unique greaves, he fights fiercely using his absolver bolt pistol and crozius arcanum. His hooded cassock lends him an air of sinister intensity, with plenty of spikes, chains, skulls and purity seals dotted all about. His helmet features a skull design and the chestplate of his armour is modified to portray an exposed ribcage – a reminder of the mortality that his enemies face. His backpack has an attached iron halo, whose 12 points aptly represent the High Lords of Terra.
Primaris Chaplain has 12 components, and is supplied with a Citadel 40mm Round base. The kit also includes a Space Marines Character Transfer Sheet, which features Captain, Chaplain, Librarian and Lieutenant iconography.
Primaris Hellblasters Space Marines is a multi-part plastic kit for Warhammer 40,000 containing all the components necessary to assemble a set of 10 Primaris Hellblasters. Clad in Mk X Tacticus power armour, they eschew the complex variations of wargear many of their battle-brothers carry, preferring instead to focus on and specialise in a single-armament specialism – plasma.
The models can be assembled as either a 10-man squad, a squad of 9 Hellblasters with a Sergeant or 2 separate 5-man squads, each with a Sergeant of their own. The whole squad can be armed with a host of plasma weaponry – there are 10 plasma incinerators included, with the components required to turn any of them into an assault plasma incinerator or heavy plasma incinerator, depending on your preference. The assault and heavy variants feature alternate muzzles, ammunition flasks and different cabling attaching the weapon to the Hellblasters’ backpack. There are 4 incinerators which are being carried rather than aimed; you have the option to arm 4 Hellblasters with plasma pistols in the other hand.
A problem of plasma weaponry is its tendency to overheat; there are several optional components reflecting this. Bare head options featuring nasty burns are included for the Sergeant, and there are bionic arms included, heavily implying lost limbs in plasma accidents. There are also plenty of pistol holsters, reliquaries, grenade sets and purity seals included. The Primaris Hellblasters come as 250 components, and are supplied with 10 Citadel 32mm Round bases and a transfer sheet.
Primaris Inceptors Space Marines is a multi-part plastic kit containing the components necessary to assemble a set of 3 models. Clad in Mk X power armour featuring a bulky jump pack – thrust-vectoring rocket engines mounted on the Space Marine’s back, enabling fast, bounding leaps to close on the foe at dizzying speed – they present a unique, easily recognisable silhouette. The jump pack itself and the blast shield cowl that protects the Inceptors’ heads from the immense heat of the pack’s rockets dominate the miniature, with posable fins, shock-absorbing devices attached to the boots and extra cabling and vents unique to this kit.
Primaris Inceptors can be armed with either 2 plasma exterminators each or 2 assault bolters each – the plasma exterminators are heavily shielded to provide protection against heat discharge and the assault bolters feature distinctive box magazines. 5 helmets are included, designed to be used with the blast shield cowl – no bare heads here, obviously! 3 blast shield helms are included and 4 purity seals – this includes 1 double seal used to distinguish the Sergeant.
Primaris Inceptors come as 117 components, and are supplied with 3 Citadel 40mm Round bases, 3 45mm flying stems and a Primaris Space Marines Infantry transfer sheet.
Primaris Intercessor Veteran Sergeant 30 Years of Warhammer 40,000 is a multi-part plastic model, featuring the same impressive levels of detail as the rest of the Primaris Space Marines – he comes armed with a bolt rifle, a holstered bolt pistol and a sword (which is supplied sheathed), and his Mk X power armour features a crux terminatus and marksman’s honour on the right shoulder. The left shoulder is blank, meaning this model can be painted to represent any Chapter you prefer. The kit features 2 variant heads, one helmeted and the other bare.
The Veteran Sergeant comes as 13 components, and is supplied with a Citadel 32mm Round base and a Primaris Character transfer sheet.
Primaris Intercessors Space Marines is a multi-part plastic kit for Warhammer 40,000 containing all the components necessary to assemble a set of 10 Primaris Intercessors. Wearing Mk X Tacticus armour in order to take advantage of its protection and mobility, they prove to be reliable and adaptable warriors, each armed with bolt rifles. Their bolt rifles can be 1 of 3 variants – the standard bolt rifle with sickle magazine, auto bolt rifle with overcharger and box magazine, or stalker bolt rifle with longer-range sight and straight magazine. There are 16 right-hand shoulder pads decorated with the iconography of the Intercessors – enough to cover each of the variant arms, including 2 with an open radio panel, 2 gesturing for their squad to halt, 2 holding combat knives and 2 firing bolt pistols. There are a total of 36 different heads available in this kit, covering helmeted and bare options.
The models can be assembled as either a 10-man squad, a squad of 9 Intercessors with a Sergeant or 2 separate 5-man squads, each with a Sergeant of their own. The Sergeants feature unique heads, with a helmet mag-locked to their belt, and unique tilting plates to help them stand out. Reflecting their battlefield versatility, the Intercessors come with lots of extra details to be added to their armour – 12 pistol holsters (2 empty, for the Intercessors actually wielding them), 10 ammunition and grenade pouches, 6 combat knife scabbards (4 empty), 4 single grenade pouches and 4 bolt pistol ammunition pouches.
Primaris Intercessors come as 266 components, and are supplied with 10 Citadel 32mm Round bases and a transfer sheet.
Primaris Librarian Space Marines is a plastic kit containing the components necessary to assemble one model. wearing Mk X power armour.
The Librarian comes with a choice of two heads – one helmeted with a psychic hood and one bare-headed. The right shoulder pad and belt buckle feature ram’s heads – the insignia of the Librarius – and the left shoulder pad is blank and smooth, meaning the markings of your preferred Chapter can be easily applied.
The Primaris Librarian comes as 20 components, and is supplied with a Citadel 40mm Round base.
The kit also includes an Ultramarines Character Transfer Sheet, which features Captain, Chaplain, Librarian and Lieutenant iconography.
Primaris Reivers Space Marines multi-part plastic kit contains the components necessary to assemble a 10-man Primaris Reiver Squad. Featuring loads of detail – they each carry a great deal of extra ammunition and equipment pouches, as well as grenade harnesses and blade sheaths.
Primaris Reivers can be assembled as either a 10-man squad, a squad of 9 Reivers with a Sergeant or 2 separate 5-man squads, each with a Sergeant of their own. Each has an impressive selection of weapon options; 10 heavy bolt pistols, 12 bolt carbines and 14 combat knives are included, with the loadout options being carbine, pistol and carbine or pistol and combat knife. 2 of the sets of arms for combat knives feature a communications array on the vambrace, designed for the Sergeants. The bolt carbines each feature foregrips and curved mags for that tactical look, and 2 of them are modelled in the middle of reloading. Each model can also take a grapnel launcher – 10 are included in holsters, with a further 4 to be held in the right hand.
Each model can also feature grav-chutes – 20 fins are included, 10 for each side of the Reivers’ backpacks. They have plenty of helmet options, too – 10 helmets featuring their unique skull design, 10 with the top removed and the lower half remaining and 4 Sergeant-specific bare heads. Each chest plate is decorated with a skull and crossed dagger motif.
Primaris Reivers come as 228 components, and are supplied with 10 Citadel 32mm Round bases and a transfer sheet.
Primaris Repulsor Space Marines is a multi-part plastic kit contains the components necessary to assemble a Space Marines Primaris Repulsor, an armoured transport not only capable of ferrying 10 Primaris Space Marines into battle, but also defending itself with the vast array of weaponry at its disposal.
The Repulsor has a choice of:
Repulsor body features numerous modelling options – there are 6 stowage assemblies, which are entirely modular, configurable in countless different ways with cases of grenades and rocket pods modelled open or closed. The top hatch can be modelled closed or open; should you choose the open option, you can place a Tech-marine in the hatch either pointing toward the foe or operating the pintle-mounted weapon. There are also the usual details you would expect from an Imperial craft – lights, radar arrays, huge exhaust vents and an aquila displayed proudly at the fore.
Primaris Repulsor has 168 components, and includes a transfer sheet and a Citadel 100mm Round base – this features a clear hover stand, which can be set at an angle, adding a certain degree of camber to your model.
Prosecutors Stormcast Eternals is a multi-part plastic kit gives you everything you need in order to build 6 Prosecutors, avenging angels of the Stormcast Eternals. This variant is armed with either the choice of 2 celestial hammers or celestial hammer and sigmarite shield, with 2 sets of 3 special weapons available: grandblade, grandaxe or grandhammer. The hammer-wielding Prosecutors feature unique crest and helm options.
1 model can be optionally assembled as a Prosecutor-Prime, with his own special helmet and crest options. Supplied with 6 Citadel 40mm Round bases and a transfer sheet.
This kit can also be used to assemble Prosecutors with Stormcall Javelins.
Book 3 of the Psychic Awakening Series
The dark new era of warfare heralded by the Psychic Awakening continues apace, with the action now taking us to the Baal System – home of the mighty Blood Angels Chapter. Hive Fleet Leviathan is on its way, but can the full might of the legendary Sons of Sanguinius and their successor Chapters halt the swarm? Part rules manual, part thrilling narrative, this is your guide to the greatest threat that the Blood Angels have faced since they stood beside their Primarch in defence of Holy Terra more than 10 millennia ago.
Through thrilling lore, you'll read how the Blood Angles prepared to defend Baal against the full might of a Tyranid hive fleet, and what happened once battle was finally joined. Meanwhile, a vast set of rules expansions enhance your Blood Angels, Flesh Tearers and Tyranids armies with name generators, updated datasheets and much more besides.
Inside this 80-page book, you'll find:
- Riveting background that brings the terror of impending invasion by Hive Fleet Leviathan to thrilling life
- Missions that allow you to recreate some of the most pivotal battles that took place when angel met extragalactic horror
- Expanded army rules for the Blood Angels – including the Primaris version of Mephiston, Lord of Death – as well as their most storied successors, the Flesh Tearers
- Expanded army rules for the Tyranids, including new Stratagems, name generation tables, and a system that lets you build your own Hive Fleet Adaptations!
Book 2 of the Psychic Awakening Series
The epic Psychic Awakening series continues with Faith & Fury. This campaign book features a host of new rules for both the Adeptus Astartes and Heretic Astartes alike – as well as codex expansion's worth of rules for the mighty Black Templars Chapter! The campaign book also tells a sweeping narrative recounting the tapestry of heroism and villainy woven around the world of the Talledus System.
Inside this 96-page book, you'll find:
- Exciting background that describes how the time of the Great Rift found the Imperium reeling, assailed on a million fronts by the surging forces of Chaos. The Indomitus Crusade ventured deeper into occupied territory only to discover that the predations of the Great Enemy had intensified. The story then focuses on Talledus sub-sector – how the taint of Chaos had begun to take root there, lurking unnoticed for many years before the Great Rift enabled the Word Bearer fleets to make warp transit to the heart of the sub-sector.
- Missions that allow you to recreate some of the most pivotal battles during the conflict, and war zones that let you bring your battles to some of the most distinctive sites that were fought over.
- Expanded army rules for the Black Templars, including Warlord Traits, Stratagems, relics, Tactical Objectives and even a name generator for the legendary crusaders of Dorn!
- Expanded army rules for the Adeptus Astartes, including Chapter-specific Litanies of Battle as well as upgrades to Chaplains, Techmarines, Librarians, Apothecaries, Ancients, and Company Champions, providing more in-depth rules for these Chapter heroes.
- Expanded army rules for the Heretic Astartes, including Malicious Volleys, Daemon weapons, new Warlord Traits, Stratagems, relics, Tactical Objectives and name generators for each of the following Chaos Space Marine Legions: Word Bearers, Night Lords, Alpha Legion, Iron Warriors, Emperor's Children, and World Eaters.
Book 1 of the Psychic Awakening Series
Enter a dark new era of warfare in Phoenix Rising – the first book in the epic Psychic Awakening series. Part rules manual, part thrilling narrative, this is your guide to perhaps the darkest challenge the Aeldari have ever faced – and perhaps, their greatest opportunity.
Through enticing lore, you'll discover the consequences of the opening of the Great Rift on the various factions of the Aeldari, as from Commorragh to the Craftworlds, ancient schemes come to fruition and a civil war between the Ynnari and their rivals brews. Meanwhile, a vast set of rules expansions enhance your Drukhari and Craftworlds armies with name generators, updated datasheets, and in-depth rules that let you create your own Craftworlds, Kabals and more!
Inside this 80-page book, you'll find:
- Background that brings the full impact of the Great Rift upon the Aeldari to life, examining the rifts formed between various factions in their society, the rising belief in Ynnead, the predations of Slaanesh, and more!
- Missions that allow you to recreate some of the most pivotal battles involving the Aeldari during the psychic awakening, and war zones that let you bring your battles to some of the most pivotal sites of conflict
- Expanded army rules for the Craftworlds, including alternative Exarch abilities, updated datasheets for Jain Zar and Howling Banshees, a new Psychic Discipline, and a system that allows you to build your own Craftworld Attributes
- Expanded army rules for the Drukhari, including updated datasheers for Drazhar and Incubi, name generation tables, and a system that lets you build your own Kabals, Wych Cults and Haemonculus Covens
- Expanded army rules for the Ynnari, including army-wide abilities, datasheets and matched play points for The Visarch, The Yncarne and Yvraine, Warlord Traits, Stratagems, the Revenant Psychic Discipline, Relics of Ynnead and more!
Psychic Awakening: Ritual of the Damned
Book 4 of the Psychic Awakening Series
The epic Psychic Awakening series continues with Ritual of the Damned. This campaign book features a host of new rules for the Thousand Sons, Dark Angels and Grey Knights. The campaign book also tells a sweeping narrative recounting the fiendish plan of the Daemon Primarch Magnus the Red, as well as the Prosperan Rift War that followed.
Inside this 88-page book, you'll find:
- Exciting background information on the immediate aftermath of the formation of the Great Rift and the plans that Magnus the Red and the Thousands Sons began formulating to further their own evil ends. Also includes the viewpoints of the Grey Knights and the Dark Angels and tells of their valiant efforts to prevent the Daemon Primarch’s plans from reaching fruition.
- Missions that allow you to recreate some of the most pivotal battles during the conflict, and war zones that let you bring your battles to some of the most distinctive sites that were fought over.
- Expanded army rules for the Thousand Sons, Dark Angels and Grey Knights, including Warlord Traits, Stratagems, Relics, and psychic powers.
- A new unit for the Grey Knights – the Grey Knights Chaplain – along with a set of six Litanies of Purity for them to utilise in battle.
Book 5 of the Psychic Awakening Series
The epic Psychic Awakening series continues with The Greater Good. This campaign book features a host of new rules for the T’au Empire and Genestealer Cults. The campaign book also tells a sweeping narrative recounting the many unexpected challenges that the exploration fleets of the Fifth Sphere Expansion encountered as they journeyed beyond the Startide Nexus.
Inside this 80-page book, you'll find:
- Exciting background information on how the T'au sought to bring numerous disenfranchised Imperial worlds into the Greater Good, while having to deal with stoic Astra Militarum defenders and Genestealer Cult insurrections along the way
- Missions that allow you to recreate some of the most pivotal battles during the conflict, and war zones that let you bring your battles to some of the most distinctive sites that were fought over
- Expanded army rules for the T’au Empire, Astra Militarum and Genestealer Cults, including Warlord Traits, Stratagems, Relics, and psychic powers
- Rules for creating your own Sept Tenets, Regimental Doctrines and Cult Creeds!
Pusgoyle Blightlords Nurgle Rotbringer is a multi-part plastic kit contains the components necessary to assemble 2 models. Each is mounted on an enormous Rot Fly, a revolting insect with 4 brittle wings that drips and drizzles foul fluids onto the battlefield as they drone through the skies. These flies are bloated and spindly at the same time, with numerous beady eyes and horrible fangs. Both models have large poles attached to their backs – you have the option of modelling them with either a cloth banner, a metal icon of Nurgle or an impaled, rotting cadaver with an expression of sheer agony. They wield massive blighted weapons, with choices of scythes or a trident, and come with choices of covered or bare heads, equally grisly in detail. 3 Nurglings accompany them – 1 with a censer, 1 riding a tiny drone and 1 chewing gleefully on his own intestines…
The Pusgoyle Blightlords come as 76 components, and are supplied with 2 Citadel 60mm Round bases. This kit can be optionally used to assemble a Lord of Afflictions.
This 105-piece plastic kit makes five Putrid Blightkings. Each model can be assembled in at least two distinct ways, with the option of building a Blightlord, Icon Bearer and a Sonorous Tocsin. You can ensure that each of your Blightkings looks totally unique by combining the 21 weapon arms with the 11 torsos and 17 head options.
Includes five Citadel 40mm Round bases for use in your Warhammer: Age of Sigmar games.
This Warhammer: Age of Sigmar kit is supplied unpainted and requires assembly - we recommend using Games Workshop Plastic Glue and Games Workshop Paints.
PVA glue is ideal for all manner of scenery making and miniature basing. Just apply a little to the base of your model and then coat in sand, flock or gravel. PVA glue comes in a handy tube for easier and more precise application.
This tub contains 120ml of PVA glue.
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, the Questoris Support Banners acting 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.
This multi-part plastic kit contains the components necessary to assemble 3 Imperial Knights for use in games of Adeptus Titanicus. Each of these machines is armed with a reaper chainsword, with a thermal cannon, rapid fire battlecannon, avenger gatling cannon and 3 heavy stubbers available (1 of which can be optionally replaced with a meltagun.) These are highly detailed miniatures which, though at the scale used to play Adeptus Titanicus, are as impressive to behold as their larger brethren – thick armour plating, a curved carapace, exposed hydraulics and visible engine blocks/exhausts are hallmarks of the kit, with each also featuring its own tilting plate.
This kit comes as 67 components, and is supplied with 3 Citadel 40mm Round bases along with a decal sheet – this features heraldry for Houses Makabius, Vyronii, Malinax and Coldshroud.
Raptors are cruel terror warriors, the Assault Marines of the Traitor Legions. Warp Talons explode onto the battlefield below seemingly from nowhere.
Steeped in the arts of ambush and hidden assault, Kayvaan Shrike is the Raven Guard’s foremost warrior and leads his Chapter as Master of Shadows. In the course of his long and bloody life, Shrike has brought liberation to many worlds and death to countless enemies.
Dive into the heart of battle with the Chapter Master of the Raven Guard. Despite the preeminence of his rank, he prefers to be at the forefront of battle, leading his brothers, taking out enemy characters with his special pistol, Blackout, or slicing apart the enemy with the Raven's Talons – a unique set of lightning claws.
This 25-piece plastic set make one Kayvaan Shrike and is supplied with one Citadel 40mm Round Base.
Show your allegiance to the stealthy sons of Corax with this set of upgrades and transfers for your Primaris Space Marines. It can be used to upgrade a variety of squads with iconography and details specific to the Raven Guard Chapter.
This kit contains 2 frames, each containing the following:
- 5x Raven Guard MK X power armour shoulder pads (designed for use with Hellblasters/Intercessors)
- 1x Raven Guard MK X power armour shoulder pad (designed for Characters or Sergeants from Hellblasters/Intercessors squads)
- 2x Raven Guard Gravis armour shoulder pad (designed for use with Aggressors)
- 1x Raven Guard Gravis armour shoulder pad (designed for Characters or Sergeants from Aggressors squads)
- 2x Raven Guard character bare heads
- 1x Raven Guard helmeted head
- 1x left arm holding a stalker bolt rifle
- 1x right arm holding a grenade
- 1x pauldron
- 5x Raven Guard decorations, including feathers, bird skulls and a reliquary
The set also contains 2 transfer sheets including Chapter, squad and vehicle transfers, as well as campaign badges, squad numbers, rank and honour markings.
This Warhammer 40,000 kit can be used to make either a Ravenwing Command Squad or Ravenwing Grim Veteran Bikers.
Winged motifs decorate the bikes while the bikes themselves have chunky exhausts, grilles and tyres. Included are a corvus hammer, Grenade launcher, plasma talon, and options of an Ancient and Champion for the Command Squad.
This Warhammer 40,000 kit contains 122 components, a Space Marines Transfer Sheet and three bike bases with which to make a Ravenwing Command Squad.
This Warhammer 40,000 kit is supplied unpainted and requires assembly - we recommend using Games Workshop Plastic Glue and Games Workshop Paints.
The perfect way to start a collection of Citadel scenery, this is literally a battlefield in a box! The best way to play games of Warhammer Age Of Sigmar is on specially-made terrain – it just feels that bit more immersive to move your models around a true representation of the mortal realms, instead of just the kitchen table. The Blasted Hallowheart has been designed as a great entry point to this side of the hobby – each scenery piece slots together snugly with no need for plastic glue, and the whole thing takes 5 minutes to set up and put away, fitting on the average family dining room table. Included in the box:
- 4 fold-out gaming boards, made of extra-thick, hard-wearing card. These sit next to each other on your table to form a 113x168cm battlefield. The boards are double-sided, one side featuring the remains of the Blasted Hallowheart – a set of overgrown remains and stonework – and the other featuring a tumultuous volcanic landscape;
- A set of Azyrite Ruins: 9 push-fit plastic scenery pieces – no glue required – representing ruined wall sections, which your models can take cover behind. Each of these is able to slot into the others in any combination, allowing a variety of scenery – especially when combined with the padlocked grill and 2 locked chests that are included. Each of these scenery pieces are supplied as pre-coloured light brown plastic;
- 3 Battleplans, designed to be played using the contents of this box. These can be played individually, or linked together, giving you a campaign;
- A Warscroll for the Azyrite Ruins, featuring their own rules.
Even the box this set comes in is useful: it’s made of strong card, making it perfect for storing your disassembled scenery set between games.
Wrath and Rapture, Rage and Pain, Violence and Grace. All of this and more can be found in the Realms of Chaos: Wrath and Rapture. This incredible set unleashes the uncontrolled fury of the Blood God, Khorne, and the seductive temptation of the Prince of Pleasure, Slaanesh. Not only do you get a host of daemonic minions that serve these rival Chaos Gods, but there are no less than three booklets that introduce new background and rules for both Warhammer Age of Sigmar and Warhammer 40,000! Here’s what you'll find in the set:
- 38 Citadel Miniatures, including the following:
Daemons of Khorne
1x Karanak, the Hound of Khorne
5x Flesh Hounds
Daemons of Slaanesh
1x Infernal Enrapturess
3x Fiends of Slaanesh
5x Seekers of Slaanesh
- A 24-page Wrath and Rapture booklet, describing the endless and ever-shifting dimension utterly devoid of reason and logic that is the Realm of Chaos (if such a thing is even possible). The concept of the Great Game played (and fought) between the Dark Gods is introduced, in which Khorne and Slaanesh are two of the fiercest rivals. There is an entire section of the nature of daemonic names, and there are also three tables of such names for you to generate for your Daemons.
- A 24-page Denizens of the Warp booklet, which introduces tales of murderous conflicts fought between the daemonic legions of Khorne and Slaanesh in the 41st Millennium. Also included are three Echoes of War missions and a campaign to help you refight these battles, as well as Stratagems and a full set of datasheets for the models included in the box.
- A 24-page Bane of the Mortal Realms booklet, describing an exciting storyline that led to bitter war between the rival Chaos powers and providing a trio of battleplans to refight them. It also includes full sets of warscrolls for all of the Khornate and Slaaneshi miniatures in the box, as well as their allegiance abilities and warscrolls, and two warscroll battalions.
- A double-sided token sheet containing two 9" range rulers, a Prey of the Blood God marker (used to identify Karanak's prey), Khornate and Slaaneshi wound markers, and six numbered objective markers.
A gargantuan war machine, the Reaver Titan is one of the most common and destructive classes of Battle Titan. Armed with devastating weapons and able to crush enemies under its tread by the score, the ground shakes as the Reaver advances and the enemy is left with a choice: flee or die. Reavers are the heart of the Titan Legions, holding the line or leading the charge as their Princeps demand.
The Reaver Titan forms the mainstay of most Titan Legions, and is a key component of many Adeptus Titanicus maniples. Swifter than its Warlord cousins and more durable than the smaller Warhounds, with a wide range of devastating weaponry, the Reaver Titan is the perfect addition to any battlegroup.
This multipart plastic kit contains the components necessary to assemble a Reaver Battle Titan for use in games of Adeptus Titanicus. Particularly aggressive-looking, even compared to its contemporaries, this highly-detailed Titan is easily recognised by its flattened face profile and angular carapace.
It comes armed with several weapon options – a melta cannon and volcano cannon are available, alongside a chainfist. Above the carapace – of which 2 are included, 1 blank – resides a turbo laser destructor, either side of which are the shoulder pads (3 sets are included – 1 set loyalist, 1 set traitor and 1 set blank). Further modelling options include the knee pads – 2 of these are blank, with 1 depicting the symbol of the Opus Titanicus.
This kit is supplied with a Citadel 105x70mm Oval base along with a decal sheet – this features heraldry for the following Legions: Gryphonicus, Fureans, Astorium, Atarus, and Mortis.
Redemptor Dreadnought Primaris Space Marines is multi-part plastic kit contains the components necessary to assemble one model. Standing twice the height of the already-tall Primaris Space Marines – and taller and broader than the standard Dreadnought.
It comes with a choice of gatling cannon or plasma incinerator on the right arm, with a Redemptor fist and heavy flamer support weapon or gatling cannon on the left, 2 chest-mounted fragstorm grenade launchers or storm bolters and a carapace-mounted Icarus rocket pod for aerial denial. The heavy armour on the chest – replete with flat surfaces and sharp lines, perfect for adding transfers and detail – of the Redemptor Dreadnought can be modelled to pivot open, showing the sarcophagus interred within.
You can remove the pegs from the waist, arms and legs of the model too, allowing for a greater range of posing options.
Primaris Redemptor Dreadnought comes as 109 components, and is supplied with a Citadel 90mm Round base and a transfer sheet.
Reikland Reavers Blood Bowl Dice
Reikland Reavers Blood Bowl Team is a multi-part plastic kit containing the components necessary to assemble the a Human team for use in games of Blood Bowl. It contains: - 2 Blitzers - 2 Throwers - 2 Catchers - 6 Linemen as well as 6 balls, a double-sided score coin and a decal sheet. Supplied with 12 32mm Blood Bowl round bases, featuring holes to slot the ball into when your miniature has possession.
Renegade Imperial Knights Game!
Put yourself at the controls of a rampaging Renegade Knight – or the valiant Imperial avenger – in this boxed game containing everything you need to pit 2 towering Imperial Knights against each other in single combat. Included in the box:
- 2 Imperial Knight kits, with 1 Knight Warden upgrade frame: with these you can build the Red Might and the Litany of Destruction, with weapon options including gatling cannon, heavy flamer, heavy stubber, reaper chainsword, battle cannon, thunderstrike gauntlet thermal cannon, and ion shield, along with plenty of options for customising the faceplates and armour;
- A Sector Mechanicus Galvanic Magnavent: a scenery piece for the Knights to battle over, made up of 4 frames of plastic components – one featuring the central silo and chimneys, one filled with walkways, one filled with floors and details and one featuring the legs to hold the structure aloft;
- a 24-page softback book containing the tragic tale of the Living Litany and its fall to Chaos, the Imperium’s attempts to stem the tide of carnage it embarked upon and their dispatching of the Red Might from House Taranis;
- Rules for playing Imperial Knights: Renegade, featuring 6 missions;
- Colour schemes for 4 Questor Imperialis houses, 3 Questor Mechanicus houses, and 4 Freeblades;
- Rules for using Knights in games of Warhammer 40,000, including datasheets for a Knight Paladin, Knight Errant, Knight Gallant, Knight Warden, Knight Crusader, and Knight Renegade;
- 2 reference sheets, 1 each for the Red Might and the Litany of Destruction, featuring weapon summaries, damage tables and a reference grid for tracking damage taken;
- 2 6-sided dice and a transfer sheet for each Knight.
This game provides two knights and a scenery piece and offers a big saving if you were to buy these seperately.
Book 1 in the Horusian Wars series
Summoned to an inquisitorial conclave, Inquisitor Covenant believes he has uncovered an agent of Chaos and prepares to denounce the heretic Talicto before his fellows…
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John French shines a spotlight on the Inquisition in his own inimitable style, delving into the grim darkness of the far future as never before.
Among the majority of the Orders Militant it takes long years to advance to the respected ranks of the Retributor Squads. The Sisters that comprise these warrior bands are amongst the most level-headed, imperturbable and bloodily determined of all their kind. They are also amongst each Order’s finest sharpshooters. It is well that all of this is so, for to the Retributors falls the weighty responsibility of providing targeted fire support for their advancing Sisters. In order to best fulfil this role, each squad of Retributors is armed with an array of heavy bolters, multi-meltas and heavy flamers that bring their firepower in line with that of a battle tank. Combined with the Sisters’ expert eye for target prioritisation, identifying enemy weak points and optimising firing solutions, these devastating armaments make each squad of Retributors a terrifyingly potent battlefield asset.
This kit builds five Retributors and two Armorium Cherubs. The Retributors can be assembled with your choice of heavy bolter, heavy flamer or multi-melta (two of each weapon are included in the set), while the Retributor Superior can be armed with a variety of ranged and melee weapons.
This set is supplied in 115 plastic components and contains 5x Citadel 32mm Round Bases and 2x Citadel 25mm Round Bases. An Adepta Sororitas Transfer Sheet is also included.
The Riders of Rohan are horse-masters beyond compare, reknowned for their great skill and bravery.
This box set contains 6 plastic Riders of Rohan, including: 2 with spear and shield, 2 with bows, 1 with sword and shield, and 1 with axe and shield. Models supplied with 40mm round bases
An Aeldari novel
When the long-lost Craftworld Ziasuthra reappears, Iyanna Arienal and Yvraine of the Ynnari lead an expedition to it in hope of retrieving the last cronesword. But why has the craftworld returned now, and can its inhabitants be trusted?
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It's the first post-Gathering Storm Aeldari novel, and focuses on the new Ynnari faction and their quest to reunite the croneswords and awaken their god.
Strategist. Hero. Avenging Son. Roboute Guilliman is the Primarch of the Ultramarines, Lord of Ultramar, and a peerless leader of men. Resurrected by the Adeptus Mechanicus and the Ynnari, he seeks to muster the strength of the Imperium and drive back the minions of the Dark Gods. Towering over even the heroic battle-brothers of his Chapter, Guilliman storms to war with a thunderous scowl. He clutches the burning sword of the Emperor, and wears the Hand of Dominion, with which he can tear apart tanks and crush his foes with ease. Yet it is the Primarch’s strategic brilliance that is his greatest weapon, dooming enemies to defeat before the battle has even begun.
This multi-part plastic kit contains the components necessary to assemble Roboute Guilliman, Primarch of the Ultramarines. An impressively-sized model, standing head and shoulders above the Primaris Space Marines, he is a riot of detail – the Armour of Fate that encases his body is covered in beautiful, ornate filigree patterns on every part of the armour, with sculpted aquilæ, purity seals, skulls and Ultramarine Chapter icons on every surface. His winged backpack features an Adeptus Mechanicus maker’s plate and glorious iron halo, with many cables and hoses attaching it to the weaponry it feeds. The Emperor’s Sword, held in his right hand, is a huge blade that burns with righteous fury (and fire), while the Hand of Dominion, the enormous gauntlet on his left, is also capable of unleashing hails of armour piercing gunfire. You have the choice to model Guilliman with his head bare, or with an especially aggressive-looking helmet – both options feature a wreath.
This model comes as 44 components, and is supplied with a 60mm Round sculpted base depicting Guilliman standing astride a broken Imperial eagle, flanked by 2 burning torches.
Rockgut Troggoths have stony hides that are proof against blade, bolt and magical blast alike. Their lumpen claws pass through stone as though it were water, allowing them to scoop up huge clubs and throwing boulders at will. Subtle they are not. In battle, Rockgut Troggoths are incredibly durable, and a great way to tackle your opponent's more dangerous units. They're even deadly at range, thanks to their ability to hurl boulders at foes. This kit allows you to build and customise three Rockgut Troggoths, featuring a huge host of components and interchangeable parts that allows you to make each one unique. With loads of heads, weapons and poses, you’ll be able to field a full army of these brutes without any two looking the same. This kit contains 91 components and is supplied with 3 x 50mm round bases.
Rohan has seen much war and turmoil in its relatively brief history, but more recently, many of its settlements have been coming under attack by roving war parties of Uruk-hai and vengeful Dunlendings.
This modular, multipart plastic terrain kit enables you to build one Rohan House. The building’s walls are double-sided and there is a choice of two different finishes to the roof timbers for added variety. The kit also includes a number of fences, barrels and ropes, as well as optional components with which you can build a dormer window and porch.
Rohan has seen much war and turmoil in its relatively brief history, and many watchtowers and small forts have been erected across the Riddermark to warn and protect its people from attack.
This modular, multipart plastic terrain kit enables you to build one Rohan Watchtower, 4 Palisades and a gate. Each Palisade includes a walkway that is 25mm wide to accommodate archers or other infantry manning the walls. The Palisade gate can be assembled to open or close freely and can hold a removable crossbeam with which the defenders can lock the gate.
This set includes the parts to build the following terrain elements:
- 1x Watchtower
- 4x Palisades
- 1x Palisade Gate
- 2x Palisade Ladders
- 1x Watchtower Ladde
Rubric Marines Thousand Sons plastic kit contains all the parts necessary to assemble 10 miniatures, armed with either Inferno boltguns or warpflamers. One model can be armed with a soulreaper cannon, one can carry an Icon of Flame, and one can be assembled as an Aspiring Sorcerer, who is armed with a force stave and either an Inferno bolt pistol or warpflame pistol. Supplied with 10 Citadel 32mm Round bases.
Often seen muscling their way through their fellow Speed Freeks as they roar toward the front lines, Rukkatrukk Squigbuggies employ living close-range artillery to wreak havoc amongst the enemy ranks. They launch a variety of squiggly beasts at the hapless foe: bitey squigs, which latch on to the first thing they hit and don’t stop chewing until they are bludgeoned to death; bile squigs which squirt, spray or vomit a variety of hilariously harmful fluids in every direction; and boom squigs that explode violently at the first sign of provocation, ostensibly to ‘warn off predators’. These are hurled out via squig launchas, which are tossed about between crew members in order to quickly deliver the perfect squig – the squealing, thrashing and booming audible over the Squigbuggy’s throaty roar.
This multipart plastic kit contains the components necessary to assemble a Rukkatrukk Squigbuggy. Notably rugged in construction for an Ork vehicle – while still bearing the ramshackle hallmarks of a machine built by Meks with more hammers than sense – the Squigbuggy is a flatbed truck with a long, wide wheelbase, which allows it to zoom over rough terrain mostly without flipping over disastrously. The flatbed itself contains a squig pen overflowing with all manner of bitey, bile and boom squigs, overseen by a grot (who, honestly, is having a pretty hard time keeping the squigs under control). A large Ork balances precariously by the pen, stuffing a squig into the heavy squig launcher he’s wrestling into position. Below the flatbed are 2 fuel tanks – not especially well protected from impact – and a set of saw blades either side, perfect for shredding tyres and enemies. In the cockpit, which is effectively just a few bits of scaffold over a steering wheel, sit the driver and another crew member. Both are covered in the bite marks, scratches and scars that come with a career in squig-wrangling, with the Ork riding shotgun leaning hard on the firing mechanism of his squig launcha. At the front, the Squigbuggy features a huge toothed maw in lieu of a grill – this is rounded off nicely by a spiky ram.
This kit comes as 61 components and is supplied with a Citadel 150mm Oval base.
When Waaagh! Snagrod descended upon Rynn’s World, it heralded a conflict so devastating that it led to the near destruction of the Crimson Fists Chapter. The Rynn’s World Air War Campaign book enables you to refight the brutal aerial battles fought over the course of the war between the Imperial Navy and the Ork Flyboyz.
This 88-page hardback campaign book includes the following information (and more!):
- The full Aeronautica Imperialis game rules, including how to build your force using Squadron Lists, how to perform Ace Manoeuvres, field different classes of aircraft and unleash ground defences. Learn how to manoeuvre your aircraft, adjust their altitude and change speed while avoiding the risks of crashing and breaking up (if you exceed your maximum speed). There are even rules for special manoeuvres including landing, taxiing, and taking-off.
- In an-depth background on the infamous war that took place when Waaagh! Snagrod fell upon Rynn's World, the homeworld of the Crimson Fists Space Marines Chapter.
- Six narrative scenarios set, each with descriptions of how these relate to the War for Rynn's World and optional special rules that can be used to accurately reflect that war.
- Rules for campaign play, including how to replace destroyed aircraft, and level up your pilots as they gain experience.
- Squadron Lists, providing details of the following aircraft, including their weapon options and special rules: Thunderbolt Fighter, Thunderbolt Fury Fighter, Marauder Bomber, Marauder Destroyer, Dakkajet, Fighta Bommer, Eavy Bommer, and Grot Bommer.
- Rules for ground assets such as the Hydra Flak Battery, Manticore Missile Battery, Flak Platform, and 'Eavy Flak Kannon.
- Rules for the following legendary ace pilots: Flight Commander Dagor-Jarni, Flight Lieutenant Gale Barret, Da Black Baron, and Sky Boss Toofkraker – each including a profile of their aircraft and special rules.
- Example colour schemes of Imperial Navy and Ork aircraft.
- A reference page showing the 8 different manoeuvres aircraft can take, as well as a 2-page quick reference containing the key game rules.
In the late 41st Millennium, Rynn’s World was subjected to a devastating Ork invasion – Waaagh! Snagrod – which culminated in the total destruction of the Crimson Fists’ fortress-monastery and the loss of much of the Chapter’s fighting strength. Yet while fierce fighting erupted across much of the planet’s surface, the Imperial Navy and Ork Air Waaagh! fought a grueling campaign of aerial warfare in the skies above.
Rynn’s World Area of Engagement is a fold-out card game board for Aeronautica Imperialis that represents two of the key locations in the War for Rynn's World. Measuring approximately 3’x3’, this game board is even bigger than the one found in the Aeronautica Imperialis: Wings of Vengeance boxed game.
The double-sided game board comes in two pieces and features artwork depicting the following aerial war zones:
- Side 1: Jadeberry Hill N266-E114 – the strategically vital area on the outskirts of New Rynn City. A blasted wasteland of hills and extensive maglev lines and roads.
- Side 2: New Rynn City N292-W451 – one of the beleaguered districts of the city.
You will need a copy of the Rynn's World Air Campaign book or the Aeronautica Imperialis: Wings of Vengeance boxed game to use this game board.
Add some easily-assembled scenery to your games of Warhammer 40,000 with this set. In it, you’ll find 4 detailed ruined wall sections, 2 each of 2 unique designs, which slot together quickly and easily with no glue required. There are also 2 access hatches and 4 barricades.
This is a set of pre-coloured brown plastic components, which has been designed to match with the Sector Mechanicus scenery sets – pick up this set, slot it together and you’ve got some perfect pieces with which to block lines of sight, create chokepoints and use as cover.
Sacristan Forgeshine Sector Mechanicu is a multi-part plastic kit containingthe components necessary to assemble a Sacristan Forgeshrine – a Sector Mechanicus scenery piece that confers advantages to Imperial Knights in battle. Compatible with all other Sector Mechanicus scenery sets, making it as modular and expandable as you like, it comprises 4 frames of Sector Mechanicus components:
- A Sacristan Forgeshrine frame, including a control point with space for 2 fusion batteries, which can be placed in the control point and removed at will, an operating console featuring keyboard and screen, 2 pipes, a welder arm, a toolbox and fire extinguisher;
- A floor frame, including 2 floor sections, 6 connecting plates, 4 end plates and a skull-shaped crane which can hang down from any section;
- A leg frame, with 4 sets of supporting legs, 4 sets of pipes which can be added below the floor sections, 2 ladders and a winch;
- A tank frame, featuring the central tank structure and 2 chimney stacks, with 7 pipe end caps and a short section of curved piping.
This kit is supplied as 54 components. Rules for use in games of Warhammer 40,000 can be found in Codex: Imperial Knights.
Enjoy a collection of tales from the Mortal Realms, covering a host of races and factions and providing a taste of the flavour of the Age of Sigmar – including a brand new novella by C L Werner.
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New to Warhammer Age of Sigmar fiction? This is a great way to get to grips with the worlds. Just want some fantastic stories by some of Black Library's top authors? Got you covered there too.
Just as the duties of the Salamanders 3rd Company place an exceptional strain upon the noble and compassionate warriors who must discharge them, so an exceptional leader is required to ensure that this burden never becomes too great for even Vulkan's sons to bear. Adrax Agatone is that leader.
Adrax Agatone is the anvil against which the enemies of the Salamanders break. Where he holds the line, the Salamanders fight with unstoppable determination. Agatone's Arridian drakehide cloak protects him from all but the most potent weaponry, while he immolates them with Drakkis – his masterwork hand flamer – and delivers thunderous blows with his thunder hammer, Malleus Noctum.
This 13-piece plastic set makes one Captain Adrax Agatone and is supplied with one Citadel 40mm round base.
Show your allegiance to the Sons of Vulkan with this set of upgrades and transfers for your Primaris Space Marines. It can be used to upgrade a variety of squads with iconography and details specific to the Salamanders Chapter. This kit contains 2 frames, each containing the following: - 5x Salamanders Mk X power armour shoulder pads (designed for use with Hellblasters/Intercessors) - 1x Salamanders Mk X power armour shoulder pad (designed for Characters or Sergeants from Hellblasters/Intercessors squads) - 2x Salamanders Gravis armour shoulder pad (designed for use with Aggressors) - 1x Salamanders Gravis armour shoulder pad (designed for Characters or Sergeants from Aggressors squads) - 2x Salamanders character bare head (one featuring a rebreather) - 1x Salamanders helmeted head - 1x left arm holding a thunder hammer - 1x right arm holding a hand flamer - 1x flaming brazier to be mounted on a backpack - 2x items to be added to models' belts The set also contains 2 transfer sheets including Chapter, squad and vehicle transfers, as well as campaign badges, squad numbers, rank and honour markings.
Sammael is Grand Master of the Ravenwing and Leader of the Hunt. He is bold to the point of being reckless – a trait required in order to head a mobile company whose success depends upon speed and hard-hitting surprise.
This model of Sammael riding to battle on his jetbike, Corvex, is a remarkably detailed addition to any Dark Angels collection. Sammael is covered in intricate and arcane features, from his Adamantine Mantle cloak, to the tome held open by chains. Sammael holds the Raven Sword to one side, and his personal heraldry is sculpted into his shoulder pad. Corvex displays a large and wonderful Aquila and winged iconography at its front and rear, not to mention the symbol of the Mechanicum on its side. An underslung plasma cannon and twin-linked storm bolter are also fixed to the jetbike.
All of these details are glorious to behold in our premium Citadel Finecast resin.
This kit contains 33 components a large flying base and two flying stems with which to make Sammael.
This miniature is supplied unpainted and requires assembly. We recommend using Citadel Super Glue and Citadel Paints.
Sanctuses are the favoured blades of their Patriarch, assassins whose task it is to eliminate any who oppose the cultists’ ascension to glory. Like creeping shadows they slip into the most heavily guarded facilities, seeking out their targets and eliminating them with merciless precision. The Sanctus is a specialist assassin in your Genestealer Cults army, capable of appearing from nowhere and slaying your enemy’s favourite characters. Incredibly difficult to pin down or hit, he’s a fantastic disruption unit. You’ll be able to arm your Sanctus with your choice of silencer sniper rifle or Sanctus bio-dagger – the former is superb for killing psykers, while the latter makes the Sanctus into a brutal close-combat fighter. This kit is supplied in 10 plastic components, and contains a 32mm round base.
This 11-piece plastic kit makes a Blood Angels Sanguinary Priest armed with a double-edged chainsword. He holds aloft a blood chalice and is equipped with a narthecium, the instrument of all Space Marine Apothecaries. It also includes a scenic 32mm round base.
Once the leader of the Council of the Wise, and the eponymous head of the White Council, Saruman the White allowed himself to be corrupted by the persuasive powers of the Dark Lord as he gazed jealously into the Palantír of Orthanc. In so doing he embarked on a road that would see him stripped of his nobility and twisted into a treacherous parody of a true Istari. So aligned, he turned his prodigious intellect to building an army to rival the Dark Lord’s own. What Saruman hoped to ultimately gain from his betrayal is shrouded in mystery, but he nonetheless used his magical knowledge against his former friend Gandalf the Grey and, in a stroke, sentenced thousands to die by fire and sword as his legions invaded Rohan.
Gríma is a man of Rohan who willingly sold his services to Saruman in exchange for promises of wealth and power, a despicable act that saw him inveigle his way into the services of King Théoden where he could cause the most harm. When Rohan’s need for heroic leadership was greatest, the counsel of Gríma was words of despair. So it was that a lord of great promise was stripped of his will to act, sitting indolent and oblivious as the Westfold burned. Though he is no warrior, Gríma’s strength lies in his ability to twist the words and thoughts of those around him, robbing even the wise of their heroism.
Saruman the White and Gríma Wormtongue make for a highly effective combination of sorcery and corrupting influence on the battlefield, perfectly complimenting the raw brutality of the Uruk-hai they lead.
The set contains 4 metal miniatures – Saruman on foot and mounted, Gríma Wormtongue and a Palantír on a plinth. The models come supplied with one Citadel 40mm Round Base and three Citadel 25mm Round Bases. Their rules can be found in Armies of The Lord of The Rings™.
Saurus Guard are an uncommon spawning created to protect the Slann Mage-Priests and the temples in which they dwell. They are armed with massive ceremonial halberds and shields festooned with sacred glyphs and gruesome trophies. Their bodies are clad with armour plates created from the strongest bronze and they have an unshakeable resolve to guard the Slann Mage Priests at any cost.
This Warhammer Age of Sigmar multi-part plastic kit contains enough components to build an impressive fifteen Saurus Guard miniatures, armed with heavy celestite polearms and stardrake shields. One model can be optionally assembled as an Alpha Guardian, with its own decorative pieces. Parts to assemble a stardrake icon bearer and wardrummer are included, and there’s a host of shield designs, skulls and detritus with which to make your Saurus Guard unique.
Supplied with twenty Citadel 32mm Round bases.
This multi-part plastic Warhammer Age of Sigmar kit contains the components necessary to assemble eight Saurus Knights riding fearsome cold ones, wielding celestite lances or blades and stardrake shields. One model can be assembled as an Alpha Knight, one can be assembled as a wardrummer, and one can be assembled as an icon bearer Ninety-three components in total, with eight Citadel 60x35mm Oval bases.
Savage Boarboys contains all the components necessary to assemble ten Savage Boarboys, armed with boar stikkas and boneshields. Included are options for a Boss, Boar Thumpers and a Boar Totem, and the whole kit can be assembled optionally as Boarboy Maniaks, armed with two choppas.
Savage Orruks contains all the parts necessary to assemble 20 plastic models, armed with either chompas or stikkas and bone shields. Optionally, they can be assembled as Savage Orruk Morboys, with chompas and toof shivs, or Savage Orruk Arrowboys carrying Stinga Bows. There are options for a Boss, Bone Totem and Skull Thumpa, and the kit comes supplied with 20 Citadel 32mm Round bases.
Scarab Occult Terminators Thousand Sons plastic kit contains the components necessary to assemble 5 Scarab Occult Terminators, armed with Inferno combi-bolters and khopesh blades. One model can be assembled with an included heavy warpflamer, soulreaper cannon or hellfyre missile rack. One model can be assembled as a Scarab Occult Sorcerer, who can exchange his combi-bolter for an included power sword. Supplied with 5 Citadel 40mm Round bases.
Scarcrag Snivellers Goblin Blood Bowl Team contains 12 multi-part Goblins, featuring 6 pairs of unique bodies and 7 pairs of unique heads, meaning no two Goblin teams need look alike! There are also 6 Goblin team balls, featuring the kind of dirty tricks the Scarcrag Snivellers frown upon – 2 deflated, 2 with Goblins stuck in them and 2 stuffed with dynamite – 2 turn counters and 2 double-sided team tokens. The 54-component kit is supplied with 12 32mm Blood Bowl bases and a 1,000,000 gold piece roster, including 8 team re-rolls and Fan Factor 4! Rules for Goblin teams can be found in Blood Bowl Death Zone Season Two.
Saruman the White, in his rage, decimated the idyllic lands of the Shire in a cruel campaign against a peaceful people. This war became known as the Scouring of the Shire, and it showed Middle-earth once again that Hobbits rise to the occasion when called to fight for what matters most.
With this expansion for the Middle-earth Strategy Battle Game, you can play through a narrative campaign to represent the battles fought during the Scouring of the Shire. You'll learn about the rich history of the Hobbits, from the founding of the Shire to their deep links with Gandalf the Grey. The book also contains rules and background information to let you field full armies of Hobbits, including two Legendary Legions!
This 80-page hardback book includes:
- A full history of the Shire, including a timeline of major battles and key events
- 16 Narrative Play scenarios, each including background, board layouts, objectives, rules and more
- An in-depth look at Hobbit armies, with tactics and army lists for The Shire and Sharkey’s Rogues
- 2 standalone Legendary Legion army lists – Defenders of the Shire and The Chief’s Ruffians
- New rules for using Traps in your games
- A handy guide to building a village of Hobbit-holes using the upgrade kit available on the ForgeWorld.com webstore
- Appendix with 3 additional Narrative Play scenarios representing historical battles (including rules for Golfimbul, the Orc Chieftain)
You will need a copy of the Middle-earth Strategy Battle Game Rules Manual to use this expansion.
Screamers of Tzeentch - their only real motivation is to hunt, screaming down on the enemy before soaring skywards again.
These three intricately modelled Screamers are sleek and streamlined yet terrifying with their multiple eyes, horns, crests and teeth.
This Warhammer and Warhammer 40,000 multi-part plastic boxed set contains 27 components, four ball socket stems, three small flying bases and three 40mm square bases, with which to build three Screamers of Tzeentch. Different tail options and even a shark-like fin to add to one Screamer are offered.
This kit is supplied unpainted and requires assembly - we recommend using Games Workshop Plastic Glue and Games Workshop Paints.
You can use this kit for collections of both Warhammer and Warhammer 40,000 miniatures.
Scribbus Wretch Death Guard contains the parts necessary to assemble a Death Guard Tallyman. His is a particularly unpleasant model, even for Death Guard, with a morbid focus on gleefully counting and cataloguing misfortune – he carries a massive ream of paper on a clipboard in the crook of his left arm, with a bone stylus in his right adding to his tallies. A strange apparatus hangs from his back, ending in a tentacle that grasps an abacus – its beads, upon closer inspection, reveal themselves as skulls. His armour, as standard for the Death Guard, is covered in corrosion, boils and Nurgle icons, and he is accompanied by a Nurgling, busy with the task of carrying extra ink and paper. Scribbus Wretch stands atop a pile of books; likely written by him, and full of atrocities.
This Warhammer 40,000 kit comes as 8 components, and is supplied with a Citadel 40mm Round base.
Sector Imperialis 25 & 40mm Round Bases are highly detailed plastic bases ideal for the infantry in your Warhammer 40,000 collection.
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Sector Imperialis 32mm Round Bases are highly detailed plastic bases ideal for the infantry in your Warhammer 40,000 collection.
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These highly detailed plastic bases are ideal for the bikes, cavalry and monsters in your Warhammer 40,000 collection. This box contains:
The Large Base Detail Kit is perfect for large models such as the Imperial Knight Warden used in Warhammer 40,000.
Contained in the box you’ll 72 bits of rubble, pieces that evoke broken examples from the Sector Imperialis gameboard, with skulls and aquilas adequately represented.
Manufactorums are factories responsible for producing everything from bolter rounds to Baneblades, and can be found on battlefields across the Imperium.
This highly modular kit lets you build and customise your very own manufactorum. Designed to be completely compatible with the Sector Imperialis and Sector Mechanicus kits, you’ll be able to use it to construct any kind of building you imagine, or combine it with other sets for even more ambitious projects. This set features a brand-new sprue with components that blend the aesthetics of the Sector Mechanicus and the Sector Imperialis, making it perfect for tying your collection together.
For gamers, this set adds another layer of tactical depth to your tabletop. You’ll be able to use it as cover for even larger models, or scale it with infantry for a height advantage on your foes.
Sector Imperialis Objectives are used to mark the objectives fought over in games of Warhammer 40,000, these plastic Objective Markers are designed to add an extra element of narrative to your games – they’re certainly evocative of the grim darkness of the far future.
7 markers are included:
This kit is supplied as 42 plastic components, 3 of which are made from clear plastic.
A ruined and broken Imperial building guarded by 4 impassive statues. Entirely compatible with the Sector Mechanicus and Sector Imperialis ranges. Rules included for games of Warhammer 40,000.
A once-imposing Imperial building now in ruins. Entirely compatible with the Sector Mechanicus and Sector Imperialis ranges. Rules included for games of Warhammer 40,000.
A ruined and broken Imperial building guarded by 2 impassive statues. Entirely compatible with the Sector Mechanicus and Sector Imperialis ranges. Rules included for games of Warhammer 40,000.
A detailed, striking scenery set, the Imperial Sector is a modular plastic kit entirely compatible with others across the Sector Imperialis and Sector Mechanicus ranges. Combine as many kits as you like to create enormous, evocative multilevel environments perfect for games of Warhammer 40,000! Battered and broken by countless centuries of gruelling conflict, the Imperial Sectors nonetheless stand tall as a testament to Humanity’s expansion across the galaxy. Each Imperial Sector provides a huge variety of cover and high ground for squads of warriors to battle over. The kit is comprised of 10 frames of plastic components: - 4 frames of wall sections, each containing 3 windowed wall sections – 1 double width and 2 half-width – with pillars and capstones for each wall; - 3 frames of ruins and floors, each containing 1 ruined corner piece section, 3 sections of broken floor, 1 section of unbroken floor, 1 small broken column, 4 small broken floor sections, 1 top piece, 2 support arches, 2 lamps which plug into the underside of the floor sections and 1 small circular lamp; - 3 frames of ruined Sector Imperialis buildings, each making 3 sections of ruins featuring shattered window sections, broken columns and pipework.
A set of 4 modular ruined city sections for your gaming table. Entirely compatible with the Sector Mechanicus and Sector Imperialis ranges. Rules included for games of Warhammer 40,000.
A detailed, striking scenery set, the Derelict Factorum is a modular plastic kit entirely compatible with others across the Sector Imperialis and Sector Mechanicus ranges. Combine as many kits as you like to create enormous, evocative multilevel environments perfect for games of Warhammer 40,000! Battered and broken by countless centuries of gruelling conflict, the Sectors Mechanicus nonetheless stand tall as a testament to Humanity’s expansion across the galaxy. Each Sector provides a huge variety of cover and high ground for squads of warriors to battle over. The kit is comprised of 6 frames of plastic components: - 2 frames of wall sections, each containing 3 windowed wall sections – 1 double width and 2 half-width – with pillars and capstones for each wall; - 1 frame of ruins and floors, containing 1 ruined corner piece section, 3 sections of broken floor, 1 section of unbroken floor, 1 small broken column, 4 small broken floor sections, 1 top piece, 2 support arches, 2 lamps which plug into the underside of the floor sections and 1 small circular lamp; - 1 frame of chimney parts, containing 1 large chimney stack, 2 smaller stacks, and a selection of caps for each; - 1 frame of silo parts, containing a large cylindrical silo with a detailed vent cap, external door and manhole cover; - 1 frame of ruins, complete with 3 floor sections, an industrial boiler and a small chimney stack (with cap), along with 3 broken gantries.
It is common for a Genestealer Cult to thrive on industrial worlds. When the cult rises up to overthrow its oppressors, they employ all manner of improvised industrial equipment from their arsenal. Among the largest and most impressive of these is the Tectonic Fragdrill, a huge piece of mining gear often found in a Sector Mechanicus that can cause targeted earthquakes.
The Tectonic Fragdrill is a massive scenery piece particular to the Genestealer Cults. You can use the gigantic drill in a variety of ways in your games. It allows units to be removed from the table and redeployed closer to the enemy, and its immense power can also be harnessed to cause tremors that slow down nearby units, or a mighty quake that can split the earth in a straight line across the battlefield, causing mortal wounds to units in its path.
The Tectonic Fragdrill is designed to fit in with the range of Sector Mechanicus scenery, and boasts many of the same design features and components. The rails included with it are also compatible with the Galvanic Servohauler kit.
This plastic kit consists of 63 components, including walkways, legs, a floor, chimneys and the drill itself.
The datasheet for the Tectonic Fragdrill can be found in Codex: Genestealer Cults, as well as in the included construction guide.
Blinding colours and ear-splitting wails accompany the Seeker Chariots where'er they go. Hellflayers mince all flesh in their path. Horned and blade-armed Daemonettes ride atop the Chariot or their great armoured, multi-textured war beasts.
No matter which of these models you choose to make, it is a remarkably versatile kit, with a phenomenal array of components as well as extras including heads and riders.
Two of these boxes will allow you to make one Exalted Seeker Chariot of Slaanesh - an immense construct of four Daemonettes as well as four steeds plus threshing blades.
The instructions for making this kit are included within the box. Please add two of these boxes to your cart in order to make this model.
This multi-part Warhammer and Warhammer 40,000 plastic boxed set contains 96 components, a large oval base and a 50mm x 100mm monster base, with which to build either a Seeker Chariot of Slaanesh or a Hellflayer of Slaanesh.
This kit is supplied unpainted and requires assembly - we recommend using Games Workshop Plastic Glue and Games Workshop Paints.
You can use this kit for collections of both Warhammer and Warhammer 40,000 miniatures.
The Seraphon Bastiladon can be assembled in 2 variations. The first carries the Ark of Sotek upon its back and is crewed by 4 Skinks armed with javelins. A large horned helm is unique to this version of the Bastiladon, along with special spiked armour on its carapace. Also included are snakes to decorate the base of the miniature. The second variation carries the Solar Engine and includes a distinctive glyph plate mounted on its head. Armoured sections cover its tail and front legs. 3 Skinks armed with javelins ride atop the beast, one of them is unique to the Solar Engine and acts as the gunner. This multi-part plastic kit contains 83 components with which to make either a Lizardmen Bastiladon with Solar Engine, or Lizardmen Bastiladon with Ark of Sotek. This Warhammer Age of Sigmar kit comes supplied unpainted and requires assembly - we recommend using Games Workshop Plastic Glue and Games Workshop Paints. Supplied with one Citadel 120mm Oval base.
There’s no better place to start your Seraphon army than with this Skink-tastic Battleforce. Inside, you'll find a starhost’s worth of Skink warriors, plus their saurian war-beasts - and a Saurus Oldblood to help them out! As well as containing a selection of models welcome in any army, this set saves you a considerable chunk of cash compared to getting the contents separately, making it a fantastic gift - either for the Seraphon collector in your life or yourself! - 1 Skink Starpriest - 1 Bastiladon, which can also be built as a Ark of Sotek. - 1 Skink Oracle on Troglodon , which can also be built as either a Saurus Scar-veteran on Carnosaur, or Saurus Oldblood on Carnosaur. If building the Skink Oracle on Troglodon, this set also allows you to build a Saurus Oldblood on foot. - 6 Terradon Riders, which can also be built as Ripperdactyl Riders - 24 Skinks, with options to arm your with a variety of javelins, blowpipes, clubs and shields.
Commissar Severina Raine is the lead character from the Black Library novel “Honourbound”
As a Commissar, Severina Raine is an Elites choice for Astra Militarum armies. She carries her trusty sabre, Evenfall, in one hand while she takes aim with her bolt pistol, Penance. Raine wears the iconic peaked cap, armoured breastplate and long greatcoat of her office, and her family heirloom – a pocket watch engraved with an ‘R’ – hangs from her belt.
Severina Raine is a single miniature cast in high-quality Citadel resin, and is available as part of the Black Library Celebration 2019. A datasheet featuring her full Warhammer 40,000 rules is included with the model’s construction booklet in the box.
Shadow War Armageddon Rulebook is is a 200-page softback, featuring new rules and some features previously only available online:
40 25mm Round bases and 30 32mm Round bases, with 16 extra skulls for decoration – these moulded bases will help you achieve a stunning look for your miniatures!
20 40mm Round bases and 6 65mm Round bases, with 8 pieces of rubble to add as you please – these moulded bases will help you achieve a stunning look for your miniatures!
6 90x53mm Oval bases and 20 60x35mm Oval bases, with 14 pieces of rubble to add as you please – these moulded bases will help you achieve a stunning look for your miniatures!
Shattered Dominion Large Base Detail Set contains 54 large pieces of rubble and 10 large mushroom and stalagmite bits – your Warhammer Age of Sigmar armies are going to look amazing.
The Shokkjump Dragsta combines two of the foremost triumphs of the Mekaniak’s art – recklessly fast speedsters and deranged weaponry. It is perhaps unsurprising that it has become one of the most popular forms of transport amongst the Mekboyz of the Kult of Speed.
You'll find your opponents learn to fear the Shokkjump Dragsta. Armed with deadly sawblades, rokkits and a kustom shokk rifle, it’s capable of shredding enemies to bits at almost any range, while its ability to teleport around the battlefield at random makes it incredibly difficult to predict – or escape from!
This set includes 62 plastic components with which you can assemble a Shokkjump Dragsta, plus a 150mm Oval Base.
On a world that is home to a unique artefact, bands of Chaos Space Marines battle for the right to claim it. But the arrival of the infamous Khârn the Betrayer changes the balance of power…
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It's hot Chaos on Chaos action, with the Blood God's chosen warrior slap bang in the middle. Let's be honest – that's not ending well for anyone whose name isn't Khârn…
Sigmarite Mausoleum includes six mausoleums; classic examples of gothic tombs, two statues of Morr and a series of walls and gates that surrounds them. These walls are of course studded with many, many skulls of the unfortunate, along with their wrought ironwork and mossy stones… While they can be set up together, they also work well as individual terrain pieces that can be set up across the battlefield, perfect for Skirmish games.
This Warhammer Age of Sigmar plastic kit comprises 84 components.
This multi-part Warhammer plastic boxed set contains all the components to build five Wood Elf Sisters of the Thorn. You also have the option to make a command group with a banner bearer, a musician and a champion known as the Handmaiden of the Thorn. Ariel’s champion is armed with an elaborate staff, capped with a shard of precious stone. These Warhammer miniatures can be assembled as either Wood Elf Sisters of the Thorn or Wild Riders.
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Astra Telephathica Sisters of Silence contains 5 models.
This multi-part plastic Warhammer Age of Sigmar kit gives you everything you need in order to build Skarbrand, hubristic warrior of blood, murder and fury; armed with two daemonic axes, lovingly named Carnage and Slaughter. His once-mighty wings are shredded and torn, and his face is permanently twisted into a screaming rictus of pure anger. Bloodthirster fans amongst you will be pleased to hear that this kit is perfect for building a customised Bloodthirster!
Overwhelm your enemies with the Corrupting War-swarm – a massive boxed set containing enough skaven kits to please even the most demanding Warlock-Engineer. Ideal for starting a new army of skaven or expanding an existing one, this boxed set contains everything a good swarm of skaven needs, from hordes of troops, to supporting characters, to insane war machines and monsters. It’ll also net you a tidy saving compared to grabbing the kits inside separately.
This set contains:
1x Grey Seer, master manipulator and one of the supreme magical overlords of the Skaven
20x Clanrats, which can be equipped with rusty spears or rusty blades
1x Plagueclaw Catapult, a toxin-slinging siege engine that can alternatively built as an infantry-incinerating Warp Lightning Cannon
20x Plague Monks, crazed devotees of plague who can be assembled with a variety of weapons, banners and accessories
1x Screaming Bell, a towering mobile altar of magical carnage that can alternatively be built as the deadly Plague Furnace. Building this kit as a Screaming Bell also allows you to make...
1x Plague Priest, a fanatical worshipper of disease who makes your Skaven fight even harder
1x Verminlord Corruptor, a towering skaven Monster to lead your army that can also be built as a Verminlord Warbringer, Verminlord Deceiver, Verminlord Warpseer or Lord Skreech Verminking
This set also includes 40x 25mm Round Bases, 2x 32mm Round Bases, and 3x 120mm Oval Bases.
The manufacturer indicates that there is an approximate 34% added value based on £120 RRP when compared to buying the individual products that compile this box.
Gnawholes split the skin of reality, tearing open like lesions and allowing frenzied skaven swarms to spill forth. Manifesting as whirling green portals, gaping black holes, fume-wreathed chasms and countless other malignant phenomena, these tunnels through reality seep with the ruinous energies of the Horned Rat.
Gnawholes are powerful terrain pieces that allow your skaven army to travel across the battlefield instantaneously – perfect for surprise attacks or quick getaways. Available at no matched play points cost to your army, they’re a must-have for any skaven player and allow you to unlock the full power of your collection.
This set contains three Gnawhole terrain pieces, plus a number of bells and braziers for customising their appearance with, and is supplied in 102 plastic components.
Warhammer Skaven Plague Monks form the bulk of Clan Pestilens troops. The putrid stench and swarms of flies that always surround them are a feared sign of the prescence of these acolytes of pestilence on the Warhammer battlefield. This boxed set contains 20 Warhammer Skaven Plague Monks including a full command group.
This multi-part Warhammer Age of Sigmar plastic kit gives you everything needed to build a chittering horde of twenty Plague Monks, with the option of arming them with a pair of Foetid Blades or a Foetid Blade and Woe-stave. One model can be built as a Bringer-of-the-Word - he clutches either a Plague Scroll or Book of Woe. A model can be assembled as an Icon Bearer with either a Contagion Banner or Icon of Pestilence, and a model may be assembled as a Plague Harbinger, carrying either a Doom Gong or a dreaded Bale-chime.
This multi-part plastic Warhammer kit makes three Skaven Stormfiends that can be assembled with a variety of weapon options. The three Stormfiends each have a unique pose, and warpstone armour that is different for each model. They are covered in all manner of pipes, cables, stitched skin and runes. Each miniature has the option to be armed with a pair of one of the following:
This Games Workshop Skaven Stormfiends kit has 101 components and includes three 50mm monster bases.
Red eyes and chisel fangs glint in the gloom. A terrible chittering fills the air. Then, from the darkness they come – the skaven have arrived to blight the Mortal Realms!
Chaos Battletome: Skaven is your guide to the evil ratmen who gnaw at the very fabric of reality. Serving the Chaos deity known as the Great Horned Rat, these sinister creatures seek to undermine the Mortal Realms, conquering with raw cunning, overwhelming numbers, and strange inventions.
In this 128-page hardback battletome, you'll learn about the history of the Skaven in the Mortal Realms – from their origins in Blight City to their role in the Soul Wars, all illustrated with stunning and evocative art. You'll also find lore on their many clans and the brutal inner workings of skaven society. The battletome goes on to cover how the skaventide goes to war, showcased by several warscroll battalions, and all the warscrolls needed to field a force of ratmen on the tabletop. You’ll be able to mix-and-match a variety of skaven clans to build a killer army to suit your tastes – slaying your enemies with endless hordes of Clanrats, blasting them apart with the terrible technology of the warp lighting-wielding Stormfiends, and unleashing vile monsters of arcane science like the Hell Pit Abominations. All are goaded into battle by the scheming, backstabbing members of the Masterclan!
Battletome: Skaven lets you customise the leaders of the skaven with a selection of warpstone-infused artefacts and cunning sorceries. Their spells come from the Lore of Ruin, a collection of sinister curses, and the Lore of Warpvolt Galvanism, arcane arts that enhance Skyre units and incinerate your foes. The book is also a great resource for collectors, packed with examples of different colour schemes to inspire your own projects, as well as painting tips. The section on Path to Glory rules and a pair of bespoke missions are great for organising and playing your first games with this insidious army.
This book contains:
- Allegiance abilities for skaven, including a variety of battle traits – 6 separate types of artefacts of power and 6 types of command traits
- 2 spell lores – the Lore of Ruin (for use by Grey Seers) and Lore of Warpvolt Galvanism (for use by Clans Skryre Wizards)
- 2 battleplans
- Path to Glory rules for creating a skaven warband for Path to Glory, including Champion and Followers Rewards Tables
- 8 warscroll battalions
- 40 warscrolls, 3 endless spell warscrolls and a warscroll for the Gnawhole scenery piece.
- Pitched battle profiles for all units and Endless Spells featured in this battletome
If you’re starting a new skaven army or bringing your classic collection into the Mortal Realms, this battletome is your essential companion.
Skaven: Endless Spells
Harness the twisted sorceries of the skaven with this set of endless spells! Each offers unique and unusual benefits, and can only be used by your skaven Wizards. Inside this set, you'll find:
– The Vermintide, a swarm of unholy vermin which deals mortal wounds to nearby units
– The Warp Lightning Vortex, a corsucating storm of energy which disrupts movement and deals devastating damage
– The Bell of Doom, a floating icon which bolsters the bravery of skaven while striking fear into your foes
This plastic set is supplied with 4x 40mm round bases and 1x 120mm oval base.
Screeching and scrabbling across the Mortal Realms, the skaven gnaw at the fringes of every kingdom, city and state. The Children of the Horned Rat infest every realm, much as vermin infest a sewer, watching, lurking and sniffing out opportunities to further their vile agendas. Each clan has its own unique tricks for waging war and bringing low those who oppose the whims of their foul god. These easy-to-use reference cards make managing your skaven armies on the battlefield even easier. They are decorated with artwork and photography, and include warscrolls for the skaven endless spells for games using the Malign Sorcery rules. There are also a set of handy command point tokens to help you manage your heroic abilities, as well as lots of other useful tokens to help keep track of your actions. This pack contains 43 reference cards, including 39 unit warscroll cards, 3 endless spell warscroll cards, and a warscroll card for the Gnawhole scenery piece. Also included are two sheets of double-sided push-out card gaming tokens tailored to the unique spells and abilities of the Skaven. Please note, you'll need a copy of Battletome: Skaven to use the contents of this set.