A master of gene-manipulation and bio-alchemy, the Biophagus is responsible for industrialising the process of indoctrination and infection. They concoct devious new contaminants that infect their victims with xenos genetics, morphing their body and mind, and rendering them susceptible to the sinister influence of the cult. A Patriarch may grant the Biophagus a Familiar, a scuttling assistant that sneaks into safeguarded facilities to disperse chemical agents into watersumps or air filtration bellows.
As well as providing considerable buffs to a nearby Genestealer Cults Aberrant unit, the Biophagus is a formidable melee fighter in its own right, making great use of his lethal injector goad. His Alchemicus Familiar can also assist him as he seeks to improve the fighting prowess of his mutated brethren, helping to make the hulking Aberrants in your army even more dangerous.
The Biophagus is a multipart plastic miniature armed with a holstered autopistol and an injector goad, and is accompanied by an Alchemicus Familiar. The set contains 10 parts and is supplied with two 25mm round bases.
The Black Coaches is a multi-part plastic kit containg the components necessary to assemble a Black Coach. Constructed from heavy wooden panels with rivets straining against the ethereal power within, this is a funerary carriage whose drapes are tied back, making a grisly casket within visible; this houses a bound vampire, who can be seen should you choose to model the casket with its lid off. The wheels are wrought from ornate iron – 2 small wheels at the front, 2 larger wheels at the back – with skulls and hourglasses representing death dotted symbolically around. 3 Relic Bearers are careening alongside the Coach, carrying a sword, book and goblet, the personal effects of the vampire being transported. A Cairn Wraith is driving the Coach forward, who can be modelled wearing either a hood or a crown – he can carry a soulreach grasp, a reaper scythe or be modelled with empty, gesturing hands. 4 Nightmares pull the Coach, borne aloft on wisps of ethereal energy – the 2 front Nightmares wear enormous spiked funeral crests.
This kit comes as 58 components, and is supplied with a Citadel 170mm Oval base.
Returning after his long self-imposed exile, Abaddon offers the disparate Chaos Space Marine warbands within the Eye of Terror a simple choice – join him or die.
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It's the long awaited sequel to 'The Talon of Horus', and it sees Abaddon step up his game and start to unite the Traitor Legions into a force that will once again threaten the Imperium. Also: Abaddon vs Sigismund…
Black Orcs are the biggest and strongest of all Orcish breeds. Because of this, they're able to grab the best gear and are invariably in better better armoured than the rest of the ladz. Black Orcs are also the most disciplined of the greenskins and they're mere prescence can be enough to quell any squabbling. Black Orcs come a single unit of 5 or more Orcs. This blister contains 2 figures.
As vast and dark as a sunless void, the Blackstone Fortress is a creation far beyond the ken of any race in the galaxy. In this age of darkness, in a galaxy riven with strife and horror, the desperate and intrepid alike search this Fortress for long-lost technologies that may be used to turn the tide of war.
In Warhammer Quest Blackstone Fortress, you and your friends take on the role of a group of disparate explorers delving into the labyrinthine halls of a vast and ancient space station. Only by working together and balancing your strength and skills can you hope to survive. With each expedition, you will discover powerful archeotech and learn more of the Blackstone Fortress’ closely guarded secrets, including, perhaps, the location of its greatest treasure. The game can be played solo, or with up to 4 friends, with the fifth player controlling the hostiles. At the end of each expedition, the players return to the nearby port city of Precipice to rest, recuperate, and trade their loot for resources that will aid in their next adventure.
Included in the box:
44 push-fit Citadel miniatures are included in Blackstone Fortress, each supplied on pre-coloured plastic sprues:
- 9 Explorers in red plastic: Janus Draik, Rogue Trader; Taddeus the Purifier, Ministorum Priest; Espern Locarno, Imperial Navigator; Pious Vorne, Missionary Zealot; UR-025, Imperial Robot; Dahyak Grekh, Kroot Tracker; Amallyn Shadowguide, Asuryani Ranger and the Ratling Twins, Rein and Raus;
- 35 Hostiles in grey plastic: Obsidius Mallex, Chaos Lord; 2 Chaos Space Marines; 4 Chaos Beastmen; 4 Ur-Ghuls; 4 Negavolt Cultists; 2 Rogue Psykers; 4 Spindle Drones and 14 Traitor Guardsmen.
The box contains 5 booklets full of rules, background and construction guides for the miniatures:
- A 16-page Rules booklet: this walks the player through games of Blackstone Fortress from setup to exploration, with explanations of special rules and a quick reference guide;
- A 16-page Combat booklet: this contains all the rules for resolving combat during games, with easy to follow annotated examples and a quick reference guide;
- A 24-page Precipice booklet: this details the actions that occur between expeditions, with your explorers resting and rejuvenating;
- A 24-page Background booklet: this provides details on the Fortress, the explorers and the hostile forces they face;
- A 16-page booklet of datasheets for using the included miniatures in games of Warhammer 40,000.
The box also contains everything you need to set up and play a game of Blackstone Fortress, including:
- 40 double-sided board tiles to create the internal labyrinths of the Blackstone Fortress;
- 234 gaming cards;
- 9 Stasis Chambers – safe places for characters to rest between explorations;
- A Databank and a Hidden Vault;
- 70 markers;
- 28 dice.
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An Abominable Intellect rises in the Blackstone Fortress to challenge even the most experienced of adventurers.
The rules in this set allow you to increase the difficulty of your Warhammer Quest Blackstone Fortress games, and present fresh tests in the form of nightmarish twists and an increased hostile presence.
- 34 new encounter cards and a rules card which explains how to play the game in Challenging or Abominable modes.
- 9 additional encounter cards for use with the Dreaded Ambull, Traitor Command and Escalation expansions.
You will need a copy of Warhammer Quest: Blackstone Fortress to use the contents of this pack.
Rigid foam case with zip lock for extra protection
Designed to fit all of the miniatures from Warhammer Quest: Blackstone Fortress
An Abominable Intellect rises in the Blackstone Fortress, attracting more hostiles from their dark hiding places. Are you ready for the challenge?
These models were originally released in Blackstone Fortress: Escalation. They are perfect for use as hostiles with the Abominable Intellect cards, which increase the difficulty level of your quests in the Blackstone Fortress, or as models in a Warhammer 40,000 Chaos Army. Rules for using these models in Warhammer 40,000 can be found in Blackstone Fortress: Escalation.
- 1 Cultist Firebrand
- 1 Cultist Champion
- 6 Chaos Cultists
This is a multipart plastic kit supplied with 1x 32mm and 7x 25mm Citadel round bases.
Obsidius Mallex lives! The Chaos Lord has risen from his defeat, and has created a corrupted citadel inside the Blackstone Fortress. Through heretical rituals, his followers have activated ever more of the fortress' apocalyptic weapon systems, and now Precipice itself is faced with annihilation. In order to survive, the explorers must venture back inside the Blackstone Fortress and destroy the Citadel of Mallex.
The next part in the ongoing Blackstone Fortress story arc is a race against time as the Chaos forces gain control over more of the structure's weapons. With new explorers, can you destabilise a corrupted region of the Fortress and save Precipice? A new quest will take you deeper than ever before into the mysterious structure – can you defeat the four black shrines and overcome Obsidius Mallex in his Inner Sanctum?
– 24-page Escalation booklet
– 40-page Exploration booklet
– 8-page Datasheet booklet
– 11 board tiles
– 68 cards
– Counters and markers
– 4 stasis chambers
– 1 Throne of Mallex envelope
– 13 Citadel Miniatures: 4 Explorers, 1 Retinue character, 7 Chaos Cultists, 1 Chaos Cultist Firebrand
You will need a copy of Warhammer Quest: Blackstone Fortress to use the main contents of this set. Warhammer 40,000 datasheets, power ratings and matched play points values for the all of the models are included.
A daemonic rot grows inside the Blackstone Fortress. The Infested Brethren – foul servants of the Plague God, Nurgle – have made their way to the uncharted reaches of the Western Reaches, and now worm their way through the ancient station like maggots through a bloated corpse.
Father Nurgle's blessings reach the Blackstone Fortress and even spread as far as Precipice and only your explorers can stop the rot! As well as the Quest to End the Plagues, No Respite also features rules for using Poxwalkers and Plague Marines in your other expeditions.
The Set Includes:
– 3 multipart, push fit Plague Marine miniatures
– 6 multipart, push fit and single-piece Poxwalker miniatures
– 1 24-page No Respite booklet
– 1 Thrice-cursed Shrine Sheet
– 2 Punchboards, containing 56 tokens
– 9 double-sided Plague cards
– 12 Affliction cards
– 12 Exploration cards
– 4 Encounter cards
– 2 Hostile Reference cards
– 3 Node of Corruption cards
– 3 Medical Marvel cards
– 1 Thrice-cursed Shrine envelope (containing your reward for success)
You will need a copy of Warhammer Quest: Blackstone Fortress and Warhammer Quest: Blackstone Fortress – Escalation to use the contents of this set.
An Abominable Intellect rises in the Blackstone Fortress, attracting more hostiles from their dark hiding places. Are you ready for the challenge?
These models were originally released in Warhammer Quest: Blackstone Fortress. They are perfect for use as hostiles with the Abominable Intellect cards, which increase the difficulty level of your quests in the Blackstone Fortress, or as models in a Warhammer 40,000 Chaos Army. Rules for using these models in Warhammer 40,000 can be found in Warhammer Quest: Blackstone Fortress.
- 2 Chaos Beastmen with a choice alternate torsos. Supplied with 32mm round bases
- 1 Chaos Space Marine with a choice of a bare or helmeted head. Supplied with 32mm round base
- 1 Rogue Psyker with a choice of two alternate bodies. Supplied with 32mm round base
- 2 Ur-Ghuls. Supplied with 32mm round bases
- 2 Negavolt Cultists. Supplied with 32mm round bases
- 2 Spindle Drones. Supplied with 25mm round bases
- 7 Traitor Guardsmen. Supplied with 25mm round bases
This is a multipart plastic kit supplied with 8x 32mm and 9x 25mm Citadel round bases.
With every expedition, the explorers who set out from Precipice unlock more of the Blackstone Fortress’ secrets. Countless riches await those who can find them – and countless dangers also. Amongst the roving squads of heretical warriors, the prowling packs of snarling predators and the eldritch defence systems of the fortress itself, a new threat has been sighted. A monstrous beast lurks in the darkness, one that is feared throughout the Imperium and beyond. It is an apex predator, an ancient terror, and a being utterly incapable of reason or mercy – a dreaded Ambull.
In the first expansion to Warhammer Quest: Blackstone Fortress, The Dreaded Ambull, you'll discover more challenges, more insight into these mysterious structures, and of course, more enemies for your intrepid adventurers to discover and take on. Along with new rules, new discovery cards and new exploration cards, this box also contains three Citadel miniatures. As well as the hulking Ambull itself, there are two Borewyrm Infestations that represent the offspring of this terrifying xenos monster. With this expansion, you'll be able to add new dimensions of enjoyment and complexity to each of your visits to the Blackstone Fortress.
Included in this box are three brand new plastic Citadel miniatures: One Ambull and two Borewyrm Infestations (supplied with one 50mm round base, and two 25mm round bases). Also included are:
- A 16-page Dreaded Ambull Booklet full of rules and background information for the expansion.
- 18 Discovery Cards
- 10 Exporation Cards
- 3 Encounter Cards
- 3 Hostile Reference Cards
- A single Lair of the Beast envelope
- A double-sided punchboard full of useful tokens and markers
- A Lair of the Beast sheet that includes board set up details, rules, an event table and victory conditions.
Rules for using the Ambull and Borewyrm infestations in games of Warhammer 40,000 are also included.
Please note: This expansion requires a copy of Warhammer Quest: Blackstone Fortress to play.
A perfect expansion set for fans of Warhammer Quest: Blackstone Fortress, this pack provides you with two new hostiles in the form of a Chaos Ogryn and Traitor Commissar (even the infamously stoic Commissars are not entirely immune to the lures of Chaos!), and an exciting new quest for your explorers to undertake. Can your adventurous team of ne'er-do-wells halt a fell ritual that is taking place deep within the Blackstone Fortress before it is completed?
The pack also features a plethora of new cards, tokens and rules that will add a new dimension to your games of Warhammer Quest: Blackstone Fortress.
The set includes:
- 1 Traitor Commissar
- 1 Chaos Ogryn
- 16-page Traitor Command booklet
- 1 Heart of Corruption sheet (yes, it’s as creepy as it sounds)
- 1 punchboard sheet of card tokens
- 18 discovery cards
- 12 exploration cards
- 2 encounter cards
- 2 hostile reference cards
- 5 soul price cards (again, bad times)
- 1 Heart of Corruption envelope (within which lies your secret reward for completing the quest)
- 1 assembly guide (to aid you in building the miniatures included in the set)
You will need a copy of Warhammer Quest: Blackstone Fortress to use the main contents of this set, though the miniatures assembly guide also includes Warhammer 40,000 datasheets (including power ratings and matched play points values) for the Chaos Ogryn and Traitor Commissar.
Bladegheist Revenants move like a ghostly cyclone and spin in a frenetic fashion.
This multi-part plastic kit contains the components necessary to assemble 10 Bladegheist Revenants. Eternally tormented spirits, they are clad in tattered cloaks which fade away into ethereal elements, appropriate to the panicked, frantic fighting style they exemplify. Each is posed swooping and jinking unpredictably; the chains that bind them to Shyish are swinging wildly about their forms. Within the cloaks, metallic face masks peer out – there are 10 of these included, each a different design, which can be modelled on any cloak assembly you desire. There are 10 tomb greatblades included, each of which is slightly different.
This kit comes as 43 components, and is supplied with 10 32mm Round bases.
Wherever Khorne's followers do battle they raise up Skull Altars – dread monuments from which to offer tribute to the Blood God and receive his blessings in return. Rising from the ground, the Skull Altar is formed out of the violent tributes heaped in offering for Khorne’s Throne.
Available at no matched play points cost to any Khorne army, the Skull Altar is a terrain piece that makes your Slaughterpriests even more powerful. When near it, they’ll be able to re-roll their crucial prayer and judgement rolls, allowing you to unleash your favourite Judgements of Khorne or get off key bonuses without a hitch. Meanwhile, nearby Wizards will find it harder to cast spells – Khorne has no time for those who would rely on sorcery to win their battles!
This set builds one Skull Altar. Once complete, you'll have enough room on top to mount a Khorne Hero of your choice. Covered in baroque and grisly detail, it’s a great centrepiece to your Khorne collection and incredibly useful in game.
This set is supplied in 21 plastic components.
Blightlord Terminators Death Guard is a multi-part plastic kit contains the components necessary to assemble a unit of 5 Blightlord Terminators. Resplendent in their cracked, rotting Cataphractii shells, they are bursting with squirming tentacles, covered all over with pustulent signs of Nurgle’s gifts: spikes, boils, grinning toothed maws and vile respirators all feature heavily. Each comes armed with a combi-bolter, and a choice of either a balesword or bubotic axe – there are some other, equally unpleasant weapons included, meaning one model can replace their combi-bolter with either a plague spewer, reaper autocannon or blight launcher, and another can carry a fearsome double-handed flail of corruption. The Champion of the unit can take combi-weapon upgrades; there’s a plasma, flamer and melta variant available.
There are 8 variant heads available, a mix of helmeted and bare. The Blightlord Terminators come as 64 components, and are supplied with 5 Citadel 40mm Round bases.
This 76-piece kit contains everything you need to make a 5 man Blood Angels Terminator Assault Squad armed with either lightning claws or thunder hammer and storm shield. There are 5 pairs of Lightning Claws, each with matching details on the gauntlets. Each thunder hammer and storm shield features a unique design, whilst the Sergeant’s storm shield is easily identified as it’s the largest in the box. There are 5 Crux Terminatus shoulder pads designed to fit on the left shoulders, and 8 unique shoulder pads featuring Blood Angels iconography for the right shoulders. A choice of 12 tilting plates can fit on the front of the shoulder pads. Four of the torso fronts come with helmeted heads sculpted into them while the fifth has the option for one of the 5 spare heads in the set to be added. In addition to this, one model can be assembled as the Company Standard bearer and there’s even a teleport homing device included.
Also included are 5 x 40mm round bases and a 25mm round base.
This multi-part Games Workshop plastic kit gives you everything you need to build one Blood Angels Captain in Terminator Armour, who comes with a Storm Bolter and Thunder Hammer. Supplied with one Citadel 40mm Round Base.
This Games Workshop kit for Warhammer 40,000 contains all the components necessary to assemble on Blood Angels Chaplain with Jump Pack, a single-pose miniature. Armed with an Inferno Pistol and wielding a Crozius, the tread of his boots features a Blood Angels symbol - grind this icon into the faces of your foes! Supplied with one Citadel 32mm Round base.
Bring the wrath of the Blood Angels down on your foes with the Crimson Spear Strike Force – a supply-drop of Blood Angels models that’s ideal for kicking off or reinforcing your army. This jam-packed set of models doesn’t just save you money – it’s a well-balanced force that easily and effectively fills out a Patrol Detachment.
This set contains:
1x Blood Angels Chaplain with Jump Pack, both a deadly combatant in his own right and a valuable leader for your forces
1x Blood Angels Captain in Terminator Armour, an indomitable commander of the sons of Sanguinius
10x Space Marine Primaris Intercessors, versatile objective-holders at the heart of any Space Marine army
5x Death Company Marines with Jump Packs – frenzied berzerkers capable of tearing foes limb from limb
5x Sanguinary Guard, elite jump infantry armed with a variety of Baal’s finest weapons
1x Baal Predator, a fast moving strike tank equipped with either assault cannons or a MASSIVE flamer
2x Blood Angels Primaris Upgrade Frames, perfect for customising your intercessors and including parts for upgrading your Aggressors too
1x Blood Angels Primaris Transfer Sheet, ideal for adding additional detail to your models when painting them
This set is supplied with 21x 32mm Round Bases, and 1x 40mm Round Bases
The manufacturer indicates that there is an approximate 30% added value based on £110 RRP when compared to buying the individual products that compile this box.
Designed to make it easier to keep track of Tactical Objectives, psychic powers and Stratagems in games of Warhammer 40,000, this set of 72 cards – each featuring artwork on the reverse – is an indispensable tool in the arsenal of any Blood Angels gamer. Included:
- 7 psychic power cards - 6 from the Interromancy discipline found in Codex: Blood Angels, along with Smite;
- 28 Stratagems available to any Battle-forged Blood Angels army as found in Codex: Blood Angels, 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 specific Objectives from Codex: Blood Angels.
The Warriors of the Warhammer 40,000 Blood Angels Death Company seek only one thing - death in battle - and they are sent forth to their final fight with great honour. Consumed by the Black Rage, members of the Warhammer 40,000 Blood Angels Death Company fight completely without fear and are impervious to wounds that would kill other Warhammer 40,000 Space Marines. Many of the Warhammer 40,000 Blood Angels greatest victories have followed a shattering assault by the Death Company. There are few enemies who can hope to stay the onset of such maddened warriors.
This Warhammer 40,000 Blood Angels box set contains five multi-part plastic Blood Angels Death Company. This 94-piece kit includes: five backpacks, five jump packs, 20 shoulder pads and eight heads. Also included are a range of bolters, bolt pistols and chainswords and a host of other weapon options. Models supplied with 25mm round bases.
The Warhammer 40,000 Blood Angels Furioso Dreadnought is death incarnate, a towering war machine whose fearsome weaponry is guided by a pilot buried deep within its shell. Many bear the scars from thousands of years of warfare and they are revered within the Blood Angels Chapter as living relics. Some Furioso Dreadnoughts are guided by the crippled and ancient body of a Blood Angels Librarian, whilst others have succumbed to the Black Rage and now fight alongside the Death Company, intent on destruction and death.
Blood Angels Primaris Upgrades for Warhammer 40,000 contains a variety of Primaris Space Marines accesories with iconography and details specific to the heroic Blood Angels Chapter. 20 components in total are included:
The Warhammer 40,000 Blood Angels Sanguinary Guard are the utmost elite of the Blood Angels. They fight with wrist-mounted Angelus boltguns that leave both hands free for the wielding of crackling power glaives. The Warhammer 40,000 Blood Angels Sanguinary Guard are a brotherhood of mortals-become-gods and their deeds the stuff of legends.
This Warhammer 40,000 Blood Angels box set contains five multi-part plastic Warhammer 40,000 Blood Angels Sanguinary Guard.
This Warhammer 40,000 95 piece kit includes:
Warhammer 40,000 Space Marine Tactical squads are the most numerous in a chapter and form the backbone of a fighting force. As their name suggests they are highly flexible having the tactical adaptability to deal with virtually any foe. Armed primarily with the holy bolter, some squad members carry more specialised weapons such as the plasma or meltagun.
This box contains everything you need to make a 10 man Blood Angels Tactical Squad, including the options to include a Sergeant, Heavy Weapon and Special Weapon. There are 165 components in total, allowing for a massive amount of poses and variation in your squad. However you assemble it, you’ll have plenty of components left over to add to the rest of your Blood Angels collection.
You get 11 torso fronts (10 of which are unique); the Sergeant’s armour is easily identified as it has a sculpted torso and an attached tabard; there are 10 different leg poses; 16 different heads of which 13 are helmeted and 3 are bare (one of the bare heads wears a re-breather). There are 10 different backpacks; and 10 sets of arms.
There are 10 unique boltguns covered in Blood Angels iconography, a flamer, a meltagun, a plasma gun, and a grav gun. You can also make a heavy bolter and a heavy flamer, both of which come with their corresponding backpacks. The Sergeant can be armed with a combination of inferno pistol, hand flamer, storm bolter, grav pistol, bolt pistol, plasma pistol, power fist, power sword, or chainsword. You can also make one of the following combi-bolters: combi-flamer, combi-plasma, combi-melta or combi-grav.
There are plenty of additional components to really personalise your Tactical Squad including 3 banner tops, an auspex, a range of frag and krak grenades, pouches, holsters, a Sergeant back banner, weapon scopes and melta bombs.
This multi-part plastic kit contains 165 components with which to make a 10-man Blood Angels Tactical Squad. Also includes 10 x 32mm round bases.
Blood Angels Upgrades is totally compatible with all existing multi-part Space Marine kits, this upgrade pack contains a sprue of amazing parts for Blood Angels fans. Twenty parts are included, featuring the following:
Ten Blood Angel Shoulder Pads
One Blood Angel Sergeant Bare Head
Three Blood Angel Sergeant/Captain Helmets
One Blood Chalice assembly
Two Blood Angel Chest fronts
One Blood Angel Combat Knife
Two Blood Angel Back Icons
Codex: Blood Angels contains a wealth of background and rules – the definitive book for Blood Angels collectors. Within this 144-page hardback, you’ll find: - The Angelic Host: the origin of the Blood Angels, the story behind their homeworld of Ball, the horror of the Flaw and the introduction of Primaris Space Marines to their ranks; - Ordering the Host: a detailed breakdown of the Blood Angels’ Chapter organisation, their heraldries and vehicle markings; - Colour schemes and heraldries for 8 successor Chapters: Angels Encarmine, Angels Sanguine, Flesh Tearers, Carmine Blades, Angels Vermillion, Blood Drinkers, Knights of the Chalice, and Lamenters; - A Chronicle of Heroes: a timeline of major Blood Angels engagements, from the founding to the present; - Background and details on each character and unit available to a Blood Angels army; - A showcase of beautifully painted Citadel miniatures, with example armies featuring everything from individual images of models to battle scenes on terrain. Rules Everything you need to get a Blood Angels army primed for games of Warhammer 40,000 is in here: - 77 datasheets, providing rules for every Blood Angels unit and miniature; - Army abilities reflecting the Blood Angels’ methods of war on the tabletop; - Armoury of Baal: wargear both ranged and close-combat for use by Blood Angels; - Points values for all miniatures, weapons and wargear for use in Matched Play games; - Sons of Sanguinius: rules for Battle-forged armies, including: - 25 unique Stratagems; - 6 unique Warlord Traits that any Blood Angels commander can use; - Relics of Baal: 6 rare weapons and artefacts available only to Blood Angels; - Sanguinary Discipline: 6 psychic powers available to any Blood Angels model with the Psyker keyword; - 6 Tactical Objectives unique to the Blood Angels.
Blood Bowl comes with everything you need to start playing Bloodbowl.
All miniatures are made out of coloured plastic and can just be snapped together. So even customers who do not play Games Workshop games, can pick up a copy, snap it together and start playing!
The box contains:
This set contains 12 plastic Blood Bowl bases.
Shambling Undead teams are drawn from a mix of vicious undead creatures and former Blood Bowl players that died on the pitch and – through the art of necromancy – have been given the chance of a second career! Most famous of all the Shambling Undead teams that have graced (or stained) the pitch over the years are the mighty Champions of Death. The Champions of Death team set contains 14 multipart plastic players covered in rusted armour, and eight thematic gaming accessories: - 2 Mummies - 2 Wights - 2 Ghouls - 4 Zombies - 4 Skeletons - 4 Shambling Undead Blood Bowl Balls - 2 Turn Markers - 2 Double-sided Score Coins In addition, the set includes a Champions of Death transfer sheet, with decals that feature player numbers and the team’s logo, and a sample team roster to get you started.
Ogres are natural Blood Bowl players, with a long tradition of playing for other teams who can afford to feed them (woe betide the coach who fails to account for their appetite). Ogre teams, however, bring a new level of violence to the game, as their rosters feature not just one or two of these massive brutes, but often 4 of them! Of course, they're also accompanied by a veritable swarm of Gnoblars, tiny greenskin runts who have no natural athletic ability, but enough cunning and wit to know they're supposed to grab the ball from time to time whilst the Ogres are busy pummeling their opponents. Once in a while, the Ogres will give the ball-holders a little kick towards the End Zone, thus scoring some points with a bit of luck.
If you want to play some smashy Blood Bowl, you can do no better than an Ogre team. They play unlike anything else, excelling at deleting the opposing team, one by one, until they can walk the ball across the pitch unopposed. You’ll focus on hiring a handful of Ogres, and the utterly replaceable gnoblars fill out the rest of your slots. Ogres are a blast to play, and a nightmare to go up against.
This multipart plastic kit contains all the components you'll need to build the Fire Mountain Gut Busters, an Ogre team for use in games of Blood Bowl, containing 4 Ogres (1 of which can be built as a Runt Punter), and 12 Gnoblars with interchangeable heads! You'll also find a roster sheet, transfers, 2 turn counters and 2 coins, 4 Ogre-themed balls, and a mix of 14x 25mm bases and 4x 32mm bases.
Blood Bowl Goblin Team Dice Set
Blood Bowl Ogre is a multi-part plastic kit contains the components necessary to assemble one model. He comes supplied with a 32mm Blood Bowl round base, featuring a hole to slot the ball into when your miniature has possession.
Ogres are not subtle, but that doesn't mean you don't need a reference for all their special rules, stats and Star Players. This essential deck of 44 cards helps you make the most of your team, ensuring you never forget something in the heat of the game.
– Reference cards for Ogres, Runt Punters and Gnoblars
– Reference cards for legendary Star Players like Morg ’n’ Thorg, the one and only Bob Bifford, Bomber Dribblesnot, Nobbla Blackwort
– Blank cards to create your own players
– 1 team roster card, with a match record on the reverse
– 4 Inducement cards: Slave Giant, Firebelly, Riotous Rookies, Bottles of Heady Brew
– 4 Heroic Feats cards: Remember my Name, Like a Bull on the Gridiron, Ogre-Achiever, and Hungry for Maw
– 4 Miscellaneous Mayhem cards: Medi-Ogre, Circling Vultures, No Guts, No Glory, and Your Maw is So Big
– The all-important card explaining how to use the cards, with a red card on the reverse
When it comes to dice, what could be more Fire Mountain than grey faux-rock and bright red markings? Actual stone dice that are actually on fire would, we suppose, but that’s just not safe around all these miniatures. Grab a set of these themed dice, guaranteed (probably) to roll well and bring many victories and much glory to your Ogre team.
This set includes:
– 3x Blood Bowl Block dice
– 2x 6-sided dice with the Ogre team icon on the 6
– 1x 8-sided dice
– 1x 16-sided dice
Ogre stadia would be ruggedly handsome, nestled as they often are high up in the mountains, were it not for the bloodstains and craters full of picked-over bones. If you're into that sort of thing, it’s extra pretty. If not, they can be a little less than welcoming.
One side of this pitch features a barren, rocky field, dominated by a toothy ogre-faced pit filled with the remains of their last team, or meal, as they like to call it. The other side features the same pitch, but covered in snowfall after a winter blizzard, with some ominous red ‘markings’ for the End Zones…
The pack also contains matching double-sided dugouts, replete with a score, goal and re-roll trackers, plus boxes for Reserves, Knocked Out and Serious Injuries. Rules to use both sides of the pitch are included for your reference.
Blood Bowl Special Play Card Sleeves are a set of 50 transparent card sleeves designed for your cards to fit within snugly. They even feature a big gold coin on the reverse. Everyone loves gold coins!
Guest edited by Glug Glottington, this is the third issue of Spike! Journal. Covering Nurgle teams, with a veritable host of brand-new content for Blood Bowl, this is sure to be a must-have for Chaos coaches... Contained in the 36-page journal:
- Papa Nurgle’s Favoured Players: details and background on those teams dedicated to Nurgle, the most bizarrely cheerful of the Chaos gods. You’ll learn how they play, how they look and how they gleefully spread their rot and filth all over the pitch, with a focus on The Diseased Destroyers, Bile-City Blightkings, The Subterranean Slimeballs, and The Plaguebearers;
- Chat With the Rat: ace Skaven reporter Hackspit ‘the Scribbler’ Quillchewer talks with Bilerot Vomitflesh about being a follower of Nurgle, and asks: just where is the Garden of Nurgle?;
- Star Player Spotlight: – a detailed profile of Bilerot Vomitflesh, who can play for Nurgle and Chaos Chosen teams. Includes his in-game cost, stats and skills, and career ‘highlights’;
- Dirt From the Dugout: Spike! Journal interviews gossip columnist Mindy Piewhistle about the rivalry between the Dark Gods, and learns maybe a little more than they’d like about some insidious locker room shenanigans;
- Nurgle Playbook: an Introduction to coaching Nurgle teams, including an overview of the strengths of their team, advice on tactics, set-ups, and examples of the skills you can give to different positions.
- Star Player Spotlight: a grisly profile of Bulla Shardhorn, a pox-ridden beast who can play for Chaos Renegade, and Nurgle teams. Includes his in-game cost, stats and skills, and career highlights;
- Star Player Spotlight: a profile of Tolly Glocklinger, a former circus strongman (which is excellent) who can play for Nurgle teams. Includes his in-game cost, stats and skills, and career highlights;
- The Glittering Prizes: an overview of the recent history of Blood Bowl taking a closer look at many of the minor leagues and tournaments that have sprung up after the collapse of the NAF, becoming regular fixtures;
- Sideline Assistance: a trio of rotten new inducements for Nurgle, Chaos Chosen, and Chaos Renegade Blood Bowl teams. Plague Doctors, Cavorting Nurglings and Horticulturalists of Nurgle are available – none of them do anything especially pleasant…;
- Mighty Blow!: tales of sporting glory from the career of all-time Star Player Bob Bifford, presented as an all-new comic strip drawn by the legendary Blood Bowl illustrator Pete Knifton, and written by official Spike! Journal sports-scribe Nick Kyme.
Join editor Christoph Pololio on a journey into the Ogre Kingdoms, as he explores the unique culture of the nomadic tribes – and just why they’re drawn so strongly to Blood Bowl. Whilst Ogres are happy to play with other teams for the pure love of lifestyle of violence, money, and free food that accompanies it, they occasionally form their very own teams to show everyone else how it’s done.
This issue of Spike! Journal is stuffed full of all the goodies you need to play these meaty beasts in your games of Blood Bowl. You’ll also find rules for hiring actual giants on any team!
– Big is Beautiful: breaking down the history of Ogres in the game, as well as the three player positions – Ogre, Runt Punter, and Gnoblar.
– Background on famous Ogre teams, including the Fire Mountain Gut Busters, plus rules, stats and profiles for Star Players.
– Star Player Spotlight: Morg ’n’ Thorg – One of the most well-known freebooters in the game, this towering brute will play for nearly any team that can afford his exorbitant fees. Learn all about his storied career and in-game stats.
– Dirt from the Dugout – Mindy Piewhistle breaks down some of the less savoury rumours about the treatment of Gnoblars on Ogre teams.
– Star Player Spotlight: Bob Bifford – You know him as the King of Commentators, but in his prime ‘the Biff’ was famous for cracking heads on the pitch – and you can hire him! Take a look at his impressive profile.
– Titanic Effort – rules to Induce slave giants on the field, just like Star Players. They’re expensive, and a little strange, but these ultimate Big Guys are worth it.
– They Think It’s All Ogre… Top tips and advice for coaching an Ogre team to victory, covering the team’s strengths and weaknesses, plus advice for hiring and leading your team successfully through a tournament season.
– Special rules and Inducements to add some flavour to your games.
– Chat with the Rat – Hackspit Quillchewer sits down with famed Ogre Butcher Gut Firey to chat about improving the state of cuisine at Blood Bowl venues.
– A special 3-page comic featuring Bob ‘the Biff’ Bifford – from Nick Kyme and Carl Critchlow – as he returns to the stadium where he played his first games.
A set of bone-coloured Blood Bowl marked with black pips that serve as the perfect companion to any Shambling Undead team. After all, they are rumoured to channel the Wind of Shyish into your dice rolling! - 3 Blood Bowl Block dice - 2 6-sided dice (with the team icon in place of the 6) - 1 8-sided dice - 1 16-sided dice
The Athelorn Avengers exemplify everything that makes Wood Elves some of the best teams in Blood Bowl: stunning speed and agility, unexpected savagery and natural talent. Star Players like Jordell Freshbreeze and Gloriel Summerbloom have become household names for Blood Bowl fans everywhere. Wood Elf teams are incredibly popular, as they're known to put on an impressive show – they're just as likely to (literally) dance circles around their rivals as they are to get smashed in (literally) spectacular fashion. They play the game better than just about anyone else, and they look stunning while they're at it.
Wood Elves hit hard and fast, but they're not known for their endurance and resilience, alas. They’re the proverbial glass dagger, but in the hands of a skilled coach they can produce impressive results. If you're content to scrape by with minimal effort, this isn't the team for you – it takes finesse and skill to win games, but when you succeed, you know you've earned it. For their part, Wardancers are amongst the most impressive starting players in the game, all your Wood Elf players start with at least 7 Movement, and they have access to one of the wildest collections of Star Players to be found anywhere.
This multipart plastic kit contains all the components you need to assemble the Athelorn Avengers, a Wood Elf team for use in games of Blood Bowl, containing 2 Catchers, 2 Throwers, 2 Wardancers and 6 Line Elves, plus a roster sheet. Also included are a transfer sheet, 2 turn markers featuring a Wood Elf motif, 3 thematic balls, and 14 Citadel 32mm Round bases featuring holes in which to place the ball.
The rules to use Wood Elf teams in your games of Blood Bowl can be found in Spike! Journal 6.
Blood Bowl is a game of strategy, and lots – and lots – of luck. As a Blood Bowl coach, you’ll be called on to utilise a unique set of dice to resolve various in-game tests like throwing the ball and smashing the opposing team into the dirt. This universal set includes all of the dice you need to play, in an attractive red colour with white markings.
– 3 Blood Bowl Block dice
– 2 6-sided dice
– 1 8-sided dice
– 1 16-sided dice
Coaching goblins can be a chaotic mess in all the right ways. Keep that mayhem to the pitch and get organised with this deck of 44 reference cards. Keep track of stats for each position, Star Players, Dirty Tricks and Miscellaneous Mayhem.
This pack also includes 6 Special Play cards, which can be used by any team!
This set contains:
– Reference cards for Goblin, Bomma, Looney, Fanatic, Doom Diver, Pogoer, ‘Ooligan and, of course, Troll players
– Reference cards for Star Players like Fungus the Loon, The Black Gobbo, and Bomber Dribblesnot
– Blank cards to create your own players
– 1 team roster card, with a match record on the reverse
– 3 Dirty Tricks cards: Honest, Guv! Hideous Tittering, Total Con-Troll
– 3 Miscellaneous Mayhem cards: Oi! Where'd 'E Go?, Fanatic On The Loose, Mushroom Brew.
– 6 universal Special Play cards
– The all-important card that explains how to use the cards, with a red card on the reverse
If rumours are to be believed, the origins of Blood Bowl lay in Lustria, home of the ancient and powerful Slann, and their Lizardmen servants, at the very dawn of time. Though the game has moved on and evolved in the Old World, the Lustrian League is working with the NAF to bring the old and new closer together. The Gwaka'moli Crater Gators have made the leap across the world-pond to match their skills against some of the biggest names in the sport, and their natural talent and unconventional playing style have proven to be a massive hit with fans.
If you're looking for a funky and fresh new twist to the game, Lizardmen teams are where it's at. They have access to the best of both worlds: with players that are strong and tough, plus fast and agile ones. Once you get the hang of using your Saurus Blockers (not to mention Kroxigors if you really want to make an impact) to protect the nimble Skinks long enough to perform some slick plays, you'll find yourself scoring again and again. Add their unconventional aesthetic to the mix, and you've got a team that looks great, plays well and scores big.
This multipart plastic kit contains all the components you need to assemble the Gwaka'moli Crater Gators, a Lizardmen team for use in games of Blood Bowl, containing 6 Saurus Blockers, 4 Skink Runners, and 2 Chameleon Skinks, plus a roster sheet. Also includes a transfer sheet, 2 Slann-statue turn markers, egg-themed balls, and 12x 32mm Citadel round bases which feature holes to place the ball.
The rules to use Lizardmen teams in your games of Blood Bowl can be found in Spike! Journal 7.
Blood Bowl: Halfling Dice Set
This set of iridescent green dice is the perfect accompaniment to your Halfling Blood Bowl team. The dice feature white markings, and the 6 face of the 6-sided dice has been replaced with a crossed knife and fork symbol. Halflings are famously lucky, and while we can't promise that extends to these special dice, surely it can't hurt to try them. You'll be rolling in style either way.
– 3 Blood Bowl Block dice
– 2 6-sided dice with the Halfling team icon on the 6
– 1 8-sided dice
– 1 16-sided dice
This indispensable set of 44 cards will keep you focused on the game instead of flipping through rulebooks. The deck covers everything you need to get your Halfling team on the pitch.
– Reference cards for Halfling Catcher, Halfling Hopeful, Halfling Hefty, and Treeman
– Reference cards for new and Golden Era star players
– Blank cards that you can use to create your own players
– A team roster card, with a match record on the reverse
– 3 Heroic Feats cards
– 3 Benefits of Training cards
– A card explaining how to use the cards, with a red card on the reverse
Blood Bowl is the classic game of fantasy football. It’s all about strategy, grit, and – above all – heinous violence. Two players coach their teams to victory on the pitch, utilising every natural advantage, dirty trick, and cheap shot they can come up with to get the ball into the End Zone, or take out the entire opposing team.
This set contains all of the rules, gaming aids and accessories you need to get the most out of your games.
The 80-page Head Coach’s Handbook comes in a convenient A5-size to make it easy to handle whilst gaming. This essential tome is packed with the basic rules you need to play, plus extra rules for creating your own team and hiring staff. You'll also find a description of Special Play cards, and learn how to use them in your games. Official league rules help you set up and organise a season of gaming, complete with a dedicated stadium and sponsorship deals. There’s a handy chart of all the many Skills in the game, rosters for every single team that’s been released so far, plus every Star Player. Finally, there's even a section on the history of Blood Bowl to read while you're taking care of business that doesn't require your full attention!
But enough about the book. This box also contains loads of tokens to represent Inducements, player, game and weather status, re-rolls and tonnes more. You'll also find a super handy cheat sheet to look up the rules and tables you use most, a 50-page blank roster pad (go ahead and test that crazy team idea you've been kicking around), and a set of spare range, scatter and throw-in templates
The jungles of the New World are riddled with the remains of ancient temples, built by the Lizardmen in service to their Slann masters. This reversible Blood Bowl pitch features one such ruin, in two different states. On one, the temple lies dormant, the flora and fauna of the rainforest threatening to reclaim it. On the other side, the temple has been pressed into new service by the Lizardmen, with fresh glyphs and blazing pyres.
You’ll also find a pair of matching double-sided dugouts to complete the theme. Each dugout features a score tracker, boxes for Reserves, Knocked Out and Serious Injury, plus goal and re-roll trackers. Rules to use each side of the pitch are included for easy reference.
Keep your head in the game instead of flipping through books. This crucial deck of 45 cards is loaded with reference material to help you make the most of your Lizardmen team. Easily look up your player stats, Star Players, Magical Memorabilia and Benefits of Training.
This pack also includes 8 Special Play cards, which can be used by any team!
– Reference cards for Lizardmen Skink Runners, Saurus Blockers, Chameleon Skinks and Kroxigors
– Reference cards for Star Players like Anqi Panqi, Glotl Stop, and the Skink twins Drull and Dribl
– Blank cards to create your own players
– 1 team roster card, with a match record on the reverse
– 4 Magical Memorabilia cards: Helm of the Stegadon, Sotek's Sacred Jars, Cursed Totem, Carnosaur Shield
– 4 Benefits of Training cards: Catch Me If You Slann, A Lizardman's Tail, Dino-might!, Do You Think He Saurus?
– 8 universal Special Play cards
– The all-important card explaining how to use the cards, with a red card on the reverse
Lizardmen are products of their environment – Lustria is rich in natural resources, including precious stones and metals that are rare in the Old World. These stunning turquoise dice with gold markings call that richness to mind, and match the team’s exotic decorations.
This set includes:
– 3 Blood Bowl Block dice
– 2 6-sided dice with the Lizardmen team icon on the 6
– 1 8-sided dice
– 1 16-sided dice
Take a Blood Bowl tour to the New World in Spike! Journal 7. Guest editor Pterry Dactyl plunges into the jungle to explore the exciting history of the game, rumoured to have been invented by the Slann and their Lizardmen servants.
The Lizardmen are ready to make a splash on the Blood Bowl scene. Combining the cold-blooded killer instinct and steely-eyed defence of Saurus Blockers with Skinks possessing speed and agility to rival the fastest teams on the pitch, the illustrious Lustrians play the game like they were spawned ready to play... because they were.
This issue is packed with everything you need to know about Lizardmen in Blood Bowl, and then some!
– A Lustrian Adventure: setting out the broad history of Blood Bowl in the New World, and the various cold-blooded creatures that play it.
– Background on famous Lizardmen teams, including the Gwaka’moli Crater Gators, plus stats, special rules and Star Player profiles!
– Star Player Spotlight: Anqi Panqi - This massive Temple Guard Saurus is just what you need to shore up your line of scrimmage, and he only plays for Lizardmen. Take a look at his history, stats, and in-game cost.
– Chat With the Rat: Hackspit ‘the Scribbler’ Quillchewer interviews Georgie Johns, an adventurer-archeologist who specializes in Lustrian history. He asks her a series of very oddly pointed questions about the history of Skaven-Lizardmen relations in the New World.
– Star Player Spotlight: Glotl Stop - This Kroxigor doesn’t come cheap, but once you see what he can do for Lizardmen and Amazon teams, you’ll understand why. Dig into his background, rules and cost in this issue.
– Lustrian Leagues: Run a season in Lustria and see how (some would say) the game is meant to be played! Take in the full rules for running matches in the temple-stadia, including rainforest weather patterns and an alternative kick-off table.
– A Skink in the Plan: Top tips for getting the most out of the variety of players available to Lizardmen coaches. Here’s a hint: hide the quick, squishy little ones behind the big, scary ones until the last moment. You’re welcome!
– Star Player Spotlight: Drull and Dribl - Get two for the price of one with twin Skinks! They’re surprisingly violent in all the right ways. Take a look at their unusual story, stats and the cost to add them to your roster.
– Travellers from Beyond the Stars - A true and completely unbiased account of the Slann, the most powerful mages that ever lived, which we weren’t at all compelled to write by powerful sorceries. Plus, how to hire them as an Inducement for both Lizardmen and Amazon teams.
– Dirt from the Dugout: Mindy Piewhistle dishes about the conflict between the priests of the Old Ones and those of Nuffle. There are… differences of opinion when it comes to the ‘right’ way to play.
– Coffin Corner and Tatzina Babarini’s guide to Lustrian Style: You’re not going to find coverage like this anywhere else, folks. Get the inside scoop on these mysterious players and their home.
– Classic Commentaries: Bob Bifford’s shares a riveting tale of a memorable game played against the Ssservants of the Ssslann. We double checked, and that’s definitely how it’s spelled.
A double-sided card pitch designed to look like a graveyard, with accompanying team dugouts. Each side is littered with broken statuary and gravestones, and features a large team logo at its centre. One side is set during daylight hours, while its flipside represents a night-time game, with complete with eerie lights and ghostly spirits. There are even rules included that represent a nocturnal game played amid this spooky environment!
Nature can be serene and idyllic, or mysterious and dangerous – so too with the wild and aloof Wood Elf teams. The Wood Elf pitch features an arboreal sanctuary, replete with trees and vegetation in full summer bloom, inhabited by an assortment of birds and woodland creatures. Zones are marked by tree roots peeking through the loam, and there’s a large Wood Elf symbol in the centre of the pitch.
Flip the board to discover the same scene, but transported in time to agreeable autumnal colours with glowing sunlight, trees in full color, and a warm, welcoming palette.
The package includes two double-sided dugouts to match the style of the pitch. Each dugout features the usual score tracker, Reserves, Knocked Out and Serious Injury boxes, touchdown trackers for both halves, and a re-roll tracker. You'll also find rules to represent the particular features of both sides of the pitch.
This essential deck of 44 cards will speed up your games and help you focus on the fun stuff, instead of looking up your rules in the book. Use the cards to help you remember stats, Star Player special abilities, Magical Memorabilia and Benefits of Training. Wood Elf teams have some tremendous tricks up their sleeves, so make sure you're taking advantage of them!
– Reference cards for Wood Elf Lineman, Catcher, Thrower, Wardancer and Treeman
– Reference cards for Star Players like Willow Rosebark, Jordell Freshbreeze, and Zolcath the Zoat
– Blank cards that you can use to create your own players
– A team roster card, with a match record on the reverse
– 3 Magical Memorabilia cards: Heartwood Armour, Boots of the Wild Punt, and Warpaint of Displacement
– 3 Benefits of Training cards: Leaf on the Wind, Sprig off the Old Block, and Barking up the Wrong Tree
– The all-important card explaining how to use the cards, with a red card on the reverse
Blood Coven Daughters of Khaine is a boxed set designed to allow the player to field a themed selection of Daughters of Khaine models without affecting their army’s Allegiance, with 11 models hand-picked to add to your army. In the box: - 10 Witch Aelves, optionally built as Sisters of Slaughter – either option features a huge array of customisation with whips, bucklers and sacrificial knives; - 1 Bloodwrack Shrine, with a Medusa which can be placed either on the shrine or modelled on foot with the extra included base, and can be optionally assembled as a Cauldron of Blood.
Blood Coven for Warhammer Age of Sigmar includes 1 Citadel 120x92mm Oval base, 1 Citadel 40mm Round base and 12 Citadel 25mm Round bases. This box set works out 25% cheaper than buying the contents separately
Bloodcrushers Daemons of Khorne includes an assortment of spiky bits, chains and icons to allow you to customise your Bloodcrushers. Also included are all of the components needed to assemble a standard bearer, musician and champion. The Warhammer Age of Sigmar set contains six Citadel 90x52mm Oval bases
Warhammer Bloodletters are known as the footsoldiers of Khorne, the Warriors of Blood or the Horned Ones. Like the God from which they are born, Warhammer Bloodletters have only one desire and that is to shed blood on the field of battle.
This boxed set contains 10 multi-part plastic Warhammer Bloodletters of Khorne and includes options for a Champion, Standard Bearer and Musician.
Each swing of the Bloodmaster’s blade opens throats and splits torsos, while truly worthy victims find their heads severed from their bodies. Around the Herald, the Bloodletters of Khorne fight all the harder, driven to a frenzy by his murderous aura.
Bloodmasters are a must-have in any Khorne army, whether you’re conquering the 41st Millennium or the Mortal Realms. As well as being deadly combatants in their own right, these champions of the Blood God will also make your Bloodletters even deadlier with handy aura abilities.
In this set, you'll find everything you need to build your own Bloodmaster. Styled after the Bloodletters he leads, but larger and wearing extra armour, he'll look right at home on the front lines of your army.
This set is supplied in 14 plastic components and is supplied with a 40mm round base.
Blue Horrors Tzeentch is a multi-part plastic kit containing the components necessary to assemble 10 pairs of Brimstone Horrors of Tzeentch. Tiny creatures of pure malice, they caper about on their bases just as you would expect those made of fire to do. Also included are the parts you need to make 10 Blue Horrors of Tzeentch. Eyes full of fury and large mouths full of teeth, some pose with their talons outstretched to hack at their foe, others wield magical flames that dance about their fingertips. Covered in decorations, jewellery and feathers, they also include flames for their bases.
This Warhammer Age of Sigmar kit comprises 40 components, and is supplied with 20 Citadel 25mm Round bases.
Boomdakka Snazzwagon is a multipart plastic kit contains the components necessary to assemble a Boomdakka Snazzwagon. Designed for pure speed, it eschews the usual Orky technique of nailing every single bit of metal in the area to a vehicle – you have the option of assembling it without even the roof, exposing the roll cage. Attached to the frame is a network of exhausts and intakes that feed the enormous, powerful engine mounted in the front. As well as this engine, the front of the Snazzwagon features a massive dozer blade, with a masked Grot tightly strapped on – as if that weren’t enough manic detail, there’s a mek speshul mounted to the left side of the main air intake. The driver is leaning out of the right-hand side, leering ahead with a burna bottle ready to go, while riding shotgun is another Grot, this one waving a blasta. A bellowing Burna Boy balances on the back, burna bottle in one hand and the trigger of a big shoota in the other. This kit comes as 65 components and is supplied with a Citadel 170mm Oval base.
Branchwych is a multi-part Warhammer Age of Sigmar plastic kit containing all the components needed to assemble one miniature, armed with a Greenwood Scythe and accompanied by a Bittergrub. Comes supplied with one Citadel 32mm Round base.
Brokk Grungsson is multi-part plastic kit contains the components necessary to assemble one model, Lord-Magnate of Barak-Nar.
This Warhammer Age of Sigmar model comprises 46 components, and is supplied with a Citadel 50mm Round base, with a 35mm ball and socket flying stem.
It is common for the Neophyte Hybrids of a gene-sect’s later brood cycles to infiltrate their world’s garrison force, or even those Astra Militarum regiments founded from amongst its populace. There, they work alongside the infected humans who sired the cult’s hybrids – yet appear normal – to ensure the cult spreads ever further.
Brood Brothers are core Troops available to a Genestealer Cults army, letting you bring the might of the Astra Militarum to bear in your battles. Optional heavy and special weapons let you customise them to tackle any foe, while their numbers make them great for holding key objectives.
This kit lets you build one unit of Brood Brothers – Astra Militarum troops who have been infiltrated by the Genestealer Cults. Inside, you'll find everything you need to build a squad of Astra Militarum infantry, a heavy weapons team, plus a Genestealer Cults upgrade sprue. The set includes a host of special and heavy weapons, plus a huge number of heads and accessories for customising your Brood Brothers units.
This kit is supplied in 168 plastic components, and contains 10x 25mm round bases and 1x 60mm round base.
Broodcoven Genestealer Cult contains all the parts necessary to assemble the Broodcoven, a formation found in Codex: Genestealer Cults. You’ll receive a Patriarch, a Primus armed with needle pistol, bonesword and toxin injector, and a Magus, armed with autopistol and force stave and including 2 Genestealer Familiars – a charismatic and deadly combination of Genestealer Cults miniatures.
Bulkhead Doors Necromunda contains 14 doors, ideal for larger games of Necromunda.
Burning Of Prospero Horus Heresy Game is a brand new board game based on the ever popular Horus Heresy series. A standalone game in a box.
The box contains 47x brand new finely detailed plastic miniatures.
If you were to compare this to comparable Space Marine products, you would pay around £ 190.00. If you were to buy similar ForgeWorld Horus Heresy miniatures, you would pay over £ 230 With this box you get lots of Horus Heresy miniatures for only £80.75
The storm has broken and the forces of Chaos batter against Cadia's defences. Lord Castellan Creed leads the defence of the fortress world, but for how much longer can they hold out. Cadia stands… but will it stand forever?
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Justin D Hill follows up his Ursarkar Creed short stories in Legends of the Dark Millennium: Astra Militarum with the tale of the hero's finest – and darkest – hour.
The Warhammer 40,000 Imperial Guard is a vast formation and for its operations to go smoothly a substantial command structure is needed. The officers who lead Platoon Command Squads are charged with ensuring their Platoon fulfils the Company Commander's orders and gets the job done. Platoon Commanders are accompanied by a hand-picked team who help him fulfil his duties. The Warhammer 40,000 Command Squad coordinates ambushes, prioritises targets and leads the charge.
This Warhammer 40,000 box set contains five multi-part plastic Cadian Command Troopers. This 79-piece kit contains enough components to enable you to assemble five specialist troopers, including: an Officer, a Medic, a Special Weapon Trooper, a Vox-caster and a Guardsman with Company Banner. The Warhammer 40,000 squad can be armed with a choice of weapons including: a sniper rifle, a heavy flamer, a plasma gun, a grenade launcher, a flamer, a melta gun, a powerfist, a chainsword, a power sword, a plasma pistol, a bolt pistol and a laspistol. Also included are two different Company Banners, nine different guardsman heads and additional pieces to allow you to customise the rest of your Warhammer 40,000 Imperial Guard squads. Models supplied with 25mm round bases.
Warhammer 40,000 Heavy Weapon Teams are either part of normal Imperial Guard squads or they can be grouped together to create support squads that provide cover for the advancing troops.
This Warhammer 40,000 set enables you to build up to 3 Imperial Guard Heavy Weapon Teams. Each team of two Cadians can be equipped with any one of the following weapons: Lascannon, Heavy Bolter, Missile Launcher, Auto Cannon or Mortar. It is possible to give all teams the same heavy weapon to build a Support squad.
Fireblades are the most battle-experienced of the Fire Warriors, unerring in their shot.
Of all the warriors of Fenris, Warhammer 40,000 Canis Wolfborn is one of the most feral and destructive, having been raised by wolves in the snow-swept wilderness of his homeworld. Much like the wolves of Fenris, he is cunning and resourceful, the perfect commander for a Space Marine Chapter. However, when the Feral Knight becomes surrounded, he and his Thunderwolf Fangir fly into an animalistic rage, slashing at the throats of all those around them in a blur of crackling blows and snapping, rending jaws. It's likely that only Canis and Fangir will emerge unscathed.
Captain General Trajann Valoris is a multi-part plastic kit containing the components necessary to assemble one model. His armour is elaborate and eye-catching even amongst his Custodes brothers – he wears the Castellan Plate, an ancient suit of powered armour that incorporates a heraldic tilting plate adorned with an eagle’s head emblem and large feathers. This includes a striking cloak made from the hide of a lion, woven through with adamantine thread – the lion’s head and front paws are draped dramatically over his right shoulder. An auramite halo frames his scowling face, and the whole suit is covered in the kind of ornate, sculpted details that set the Adeptus Custodes apart from other Imperial warriors – eagles, gemstones and filigree litter every surface. His main weapon held in his right hand is the Watcher’s Axe, an enormous polearm which incorporates a ferocious master-crafted bolt weapon known as the Eagle’s Scream; he also carries a misericordia and an ancient relic on his belt known as the Moment Shackle.
This Warhammer 40,000 kit comes as 19 components, and is supplied with a Citadel 40mm Round base.
Night has fallen on the prison world of Zartak. Renegades from the Imperium's dawn stalk the complex, bringing pain and death. But something just as dangerous awaits them: the loyal, but brutal and predatory, Carcharodons.
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A darkened prison, a pack of Night Lords and the Imperium's most predatory Space Marines - what more could you want from a story?
Cataphractii Terminators is a multi-part plastic kit contains the components necessary to assemble five Cataphractii Terminators, with a huge array of weapon options; combi bolters, power fists, lightning claws, heavy flamers and chain fists are available. Supplied with a transfer sheet and five Citadel 40mm Round bases.
Rules for using Cataphractii Terminators in games of Warhammer 40,000 can be found in Angels of Death.
Necromunda: Underhive contains a number of Tactics cards, which can be used to represent the myriad tricks and schemes employed by the gangs. Expand your games of Necromunda: Underhive – whichever gang you play – with this set of 26 extra cards. Included: - 12 Cawdor Tactics cards, which are for the exclusive use of the Cawdor gang; - 8 Gang Tactics cards, which can be used by any gang in Necromunda: Underhive; - 6 blank Fighter cards – perfect for the Champions and Leaders in your gang deck, these have been stamped with the House Cawdor crest.
This multi-part Warhammer: Age of Sigmar plastic kit is everything you need to build one Celestant-Prime miniature. Carrying Ghal Maraz - the legendary Hammer of Sigmar - and a cometstrike sceptre, capable of bringing celestial objects down from the heavens to annihilate foes in a blaze of light and fury, this model is borne aloft on a celestial vortex, features an intricately-detailed cloak, and can be modelled with arms aloft or down by his sides. Forty components in total, includes a Citadel 100mm Round base.
Wings spread wide, halo blazing and Ardent Blade in hand, Saint Celestine is a living embodiment of the God-Emperor’s might. She shines like a star amid the smoke and fumes of the battlefield, radiating holy light. The faithful are filled with strength and courage by presence, even as the heretics recoil in terror. With a gesture, the Living Saint calls down fires of retribution from on high, or infuses injured allies with healing energies. The Geminae Superia, Sisters Genevieve and Eleanor, would lay down their lives to protect the blessed saint from harm.
This multi-part plastic kit contains the components necessary to assemble Celestine, the Living Saint, and her 2 accompanying Geminae Superia. She wears the Armour of St. Katherine, a set of glorious golden plate replete with holy icons and sculpted symbols. The model is held aloft from the base by a scripture that attaches to her billowing cloak – even this detail is dwarfed by the enormous wings that span out from her backpack, with a spiked iron halo above her enraptured face. The sparking Ardent Blade in her right hand blossoms with roses, even as a brace of doves is released on her left. She is accompanied by the Geminae Superia, wearing similar armour (with smaller wingspans) and aggressively wielding bolt pistols and power swords.
This kit comes as 46 components, and is supplied with 3 Citadel 32mm Round bases.
Cerastus Knights are employed as weapons of extermination, designed to inspire fear in their foes. Nothing will sway their attack until the enemy is utterly crushed, never to rise again from the flame-scoured ruins of their strongholds.
This multi-part plastic kit contains the components necessary to assemble 2 Cerastus Knights for use in games of Adeptus Titanicus. Each of these machines is armed with a Cerastus shock lance and an ion gauntlet shield. These are highly detailed Adeptus Titanicus-scaled miniatures are every bit as impressive to behold as their larger brethren – included are 6 heads of 3 different designs, allowing you to add some variety to your Cerastus Knight banners.
This kit comes as 58 components and is supplied with 2 Citadel 50mm Round bases along with a Cerastus decal sheet that features heraldry for Houses Makabius, Vyronii, Malinax and Coldshroud.
Changeling Tzeentch is a multi-part plastic kit containing the parts necessary to assemble one miniature. Armed with the Trickster’s staff in one arm, with its sinister snake on the end, his other 3 (yes, 3) arms are all concentrated on his left side, and are preparing to blast warpfire at an unfortunate foe. Clad in a cloak carrying 3 mysterious scrolls, with a huge hood obscuring his face and hiding his identity, he stands aloft magical flames which elevate him from his base.
This Warhammer Age of Sigmar kit comprises 15 parts, and is supplied with a Citadel 40mm Round base.
The roar of a Chaos Biker's engine fires the damned soul of its rider to acts of greater recklessness. They trail brimstone and death in their wake as the harbingers of the dark legions. This box is the most cost effective way to buy three multi-part plastic Chaos Bikes. The bikes can be armed with bolters, and there are bolt pistols with which to arm the Bikers. Also included is a Chaos Space Marine Transfer Sheet. These kits are supplied unpainted and require assembly - we recommend using Citadel Plastic Glue and Citadel Paints.
Huge engines of death pulled into the fray by crazed, muscular destriers, Chaos Chariots are driven at incredible speed toward the foe, announcing their impact with shattered bones and torn flesh aplenty. The charioteers are experts with their barbed whips, stirring their steeds into a frenzy and lashing nearby foes with equal grim glee. A single Chaos Chariot can smash a shieldline into so much dust - their bladed wheels and roughshod hooves are utterly deadly.
This multi-part plastic kit contains all the components necessary to build a Chaos Chariot, featuring a pair of sinister war steeds and a pair of charioteers armed with chaos greatblade, chaos war-flail or lashing whip. 74 components in total, supplied with one Citadel 120x92mm Oval base. This kit can be optionally assembled as a Gorebeast Chariot.
This is a pack of 44 handy reference cards for a Chaos Chosen Blood Bowl team, along with blank cards allowing every coach to create their own players! Contained in the pack:
- Reference cards for Beastman Runner, Chosen Blocker, Minotaur, Chaos Spawn, and Frog;
- Reference cards for the following Star Players: Lord Borak the Despoiler, Grashnak Blackhoof, Lewdgrip Whiparm, Max Spleenripper, Bilerot Vomitflesh, Withergrasp Doubledrool, Scyla Anfingrimm, Gobbler Grimlich, Morg 'n' Thorg, Guffle Pusmaw;
- The following blank cards that you can use to create your own players: 12 Beastman Runners, 6 Chosen Blockers and 2 Minotaurs;
- A team roster card, with match record on the reverse;
- The following 7 Special Play cards: Daemonic Ectoplasm, Whispered Secrets, Hand of God, Helm of Many Eyes, Sweatband of Everlasting Conquest, Over Familiar, Athletic Cup of Damnation;
- The most important card: a card explaining how to use the other cards.
Warhammer 40,000 Chaos Cultists can be found almost anywhere the Imperium has spread. At first glance they are indistinguishable from normal men, but under their clothes, their flesh is tattooed and branded. When the Chaos Space Marines come to a planet, the Cultists are revealed. The Chaos Cultists are garbed in ragged cloaks, macabre masks and sinister-looking hoods, and display an array of intricate features from studs and straps to daggers, wires and pouches. These exceptionally detailed snap-fit models carry a mixture of close combat weapons and ranged weapons, including spiked maces, flails, autoguns and auto pistols. This unit of Chaos Cultists will make an excellent addition to any Warhammer 40,000 collection. This kit includes 10 components and five 25mm round bases with which to make 5 Chaos Cultists.
Nurglings emerge from the guts of the Great Unclean Ones - tiny and malevolent and pestilential. With this Warhammer 40,000 kit you can make three tottering towers of Nurglings. Every swarm has front, back and middle ranks; each is comprised of wriggling little horned beasts that are saturated in sores, cuts, lumps and opened orifices. They also come in a variety of characterful poses - most of them sickening. Though you can actually make 27 combinations of Nurgling towers, there are loads of individual Nurglings for using on bases for the rest of your army.
This multi-part Warhammer 40,000 plastic boxed set contains 16 components with which to build 3 varying towers of Nurglings. Supplied with 3 Citadel 40mm Round bases.
The Blue Scribes are two Daemon brothers - P'tarix and Xirat'p - who between them, but not separately, have the skills to collect and decipher every spell in existence. They have been charged to return only when their quest is complete.
Chaos Daemons Data Cards Warhammer 40,000 are designed to make it easier to keep track of Tactical Objectives, psychic powers and Stratagems in games of Warhammer 40,000, this set of 80 cards – each featuring artwork on the reverse – is an indispensable tool in the arsenal of any Chaos Daemons gamer. Included: - 22 psychic power cards - 6 each for Nurgle, Tzeentch and Slaanesh, along with 3 Dark Hereticus powers for an army fielding Be’lakor, and Smite; - 19 Stratagems available to any Battle-forged Chaos Daemons army as found in Codex: Chaos Daemons, 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 specific Objectives from Codex: Chaos Daemons.
Chaos Daemons Codex is one of a series of supplements for Warhammer 40,000. Each book in the series describes in detail an army, its history and its heroic individuals. Codex: Chaos Daemons contains a wealth of background and rules – the definitive book for Chaos Daemons collectors. Within this 144-page hardback, you’ll find: - The Chaos Gods & Their Infernal Legions: descriptions of the warp, the maddening realm that the Chaos Gods call home, and of the major Chaos Gods – Khorne, Slaanesh, Tzeentch and Nurgle – along with their servants, the Chaos Daemons; - Examples of the compositions of daemonic forces for the 4 Chaos Gods – the Scintillating Legions, the Plague Legions, the Blood Legions and the Legions of Excess; - Galactic Corruption: a map showing the impact of the Great Rift, from which the malign energies of the warp pour into realspace, with details of warp storms, Chaos strongholds and daemon worlds; - Chaos Rising: a brief history of major warp-based catastrophes and daemonic incursions – at least, the few that remain on-record… - Background and details on each character and unit available to a Chaos Daemons army; - A showcase of beautifully painted Citadel miniatures, with example armies featuring everything from individual images of models to battle scenes on terrain. Rules Everything you need to get a Chaos Daemons army primed for games of Warhammer 40,000 is in here: - 50 datasheets, providing rules for every Chaos Daemons unit and miniature; - Army abilities reflecting Chaos Daemons’ methods of war on the tabletop; - Daemonic Gifts: wargear both ranged and close-combat for use by Chaos Daemons; - Points values for all miniatures, weapons and wargear for use in Matched Play games; - The Eternal Hordes: rules for Battle-forged armies, including: - 19 unique Stratagems – 7 usable by any Chaos Daemons and 3 each for Khorne, Nurgle, Tzeentch and Slaanesh; - 24 unique Warlord Traits: 6 each for Khorne, Nurgle, Tzeentch and Slaanesh; - Hellforged Artefacts: 15 weapons and artefacts available only to Chaos Daemons; - 21 psychic powers: 6 each for Nurgle, Tzeentch and Slaanesh, along with 3 Dark Hereticus powers for an army fielding Be’lakor; - 6 unique Tactical Objectives.
Chaos Daemons Codex is one of a series of supplements for Warhammer 40,000. Each book in the series describes in detail an army, its history and its heroic individuals.
A Chaos Lord is a tyrannical warrior king who lives to bathe in the blood of worlds. He strives to bring whole star systems to their knees in the name of his patron deities. Typified by merciless ambition and fierce pride, many of these champions of disorder were once noble Chapter Masters and Captains of the Adeptus Astartes, but long years of unremitting war have twisted their souls beyond recovery. The Chaos Lord is multipart plastic kit. Previously only available in Warhammer Quest: Blackstone Fortress, the Chaos Lord is a single-posed, push-fit miniature. He is a potent HQ choice in a Chaos Space Marines army and makes for an excellent Warlord option to lead your forces. The Chaos Lord is equipped for close-ranged combat, with a powerful combination of plasma pistol and thunder hammer making him a great front-line fighter. This kit builds one Chaos Lord. It is supplied in 6 plastic components and comes with one 40mm Citadel Round Base.
Chaos Lords are Champions of Champions. This figure stands on a rock of skulls wearing a full suit of Chaos armour, a long split cloak and a huge sword.
Even for Warhammer creatures of Chaos, Manticores are particularly ferocious, possessed of an innate stubbornness that propels them to fight for their territory against even the most overpowering odds. No matter what their adversary, the Warhammer Manticore will launch itself roaring into a bloody and brutal conflict from which there can be only a single victor. More often than not, providing their foe isn't too much bigger than them, it's the Manticore that will stand triumphant. Such wild, animalistic rage does not go unnoticed in the Chaos Wastes. Champions of the Dark Gods will often travel to the Iron Mountains to capture and tame a Manticore, which they will then ride into battle. How long the Manticore will tolerate this treatment for is debatable, but one thing is for certain, when they are finally free, their fury will be unstoppable.
This multi-part plastic Warhammer Age of Sigmar kit contains one Chaos Lord on Manticore - a finely detailed kit that comes in 62 components, and is supplied with a Citadel 120x92mm Oval base. The kit comes with plenty of optional extras, including two different riders - a Chaos Lord and a Chaos Sorceror Lord, both of which come with a variety of heads and weapons. This miniature is supplied unpainted and requires assembly - we recommend using Games Workshop Plastic Glue and Games Workshop Paints.
Chaos Pitch & Dugout is a double-sided card Blood Bowl pitch, complete with matching dug-outs, this is the perfect place for your Chaos Chosen teams to play. One side features a huge, imposing Chaos temple, given over rather to ruination with cracked stone and encroaching plant life – but once blood is spilled, the temple awakes, and the other side of the pitch come into play with sudden lava pits and baleful energies making your game a rather more fraught affair. The dug-outs are themed to match, and feature score trackers, reserves, Knocked Out and Serious Injury boxes, Down trackers for both halves, and a re-roll tracker.
The pitch is made to the same specifications as the board included with the Blood Bowl boxed game, and includes rules for play with the awakened Chaos temple.
The perfect companion to your Chaos Renegades Blood Bowl team, this set of handsome dice in pearlescent black with green symbols (with a Chaos Renegades symbol in place of the 6) includes:
3 Blood Bowl Block dice
2 6-sided dice
1 8-sided die
1 16-sided die
These Aspiring Chaos Champions are the boldest and most daring of the soldier band and lead their fellow Chaos Space Marines through the anarchy of war.
The Forgefiend Daemon Engine deals out death from afar. Maulerfiends, on the other hand, are close quarter attack beasts. Forgefiends and Maulerfiends are both hulking fusions of metal and flesh of grotesque and bizarre detail.
Khorne Beserkers is a multi-part plastic boxed set containing enough parts to make 12 multi-part plastic Khorne Berzerkers armed with bolt pistol and a mix of chainweapons (there are six chainswords and six chainaxes). The Berzerkers can be modelled either standing or running, there are 12 helmeted heads of four different designs and a bare head to represent the Berzerker Champion. Also included are three plasma pistols, six holstered bolt pistols, nine sheathed swords, three skulls on chains and additional grenades and ammo packs.
These miniatures are supplied with 12 32mm round bases and 2 Chaos Space Marine Transfer Sheets.
Over the Millennia the Warhammer 40,000 Chaos Space Marines have made many modifications to their Rhinos. They have added extra weapons and spiked rams. The Warhammer 40,000 Chaos Rhino can transport up to 10 Chosen, Possessed, Chaos Space Marines or Chaos Havocs.
The box contains a single Chaos Rhino.
Many Warhammer 40,000 Veteran Chaos Space Marines enter battle wearing the revered and rightly feared Tactical Dreadnought Armour, or Terminator armour as it is more commonly known. A Warhammer 40,000 Terminator can move and operate with remarkable freedom and agility considering the sheer mass of the actual armour, which provides as much protection an an armoured tank hull.
This boxed set contains 5 plastic Warhammer 40,000 Chaos Terminators and optional weapons including a Heavy Flamer and a Reaper Autocannon.
Not even the Space Marines are safe from the lure of Chaos. Whether they hail from the dark days of the Horus Heresy or turned traitor more recently, these baleful warriors combine their gene-given gifts with dark blessings and malefic sorceries, transformed by years of battle into fearless, superhuman reavers.
Chaos Space Marines are the core of any Chaos army. Equally at home shredding opponents at range with bolter fire as they are in bloody melee, these guys can be geared up for pretty much any purpose you want on the battlefield. Combined with your choice of Marks of Chaos, Chaos Icons and deadly weaponry, they've got a place in any of your army lists.
This kit builds 10 Chaos Space Marines, with your choice of weapons. The set is absolutely packed with optional extras, giving you the choice of arming every member of the squad with close-combat weapons and pistols or ranged wargear. You’ll be able to add your choice of plasma gun, flamer, meltagun, heavy bolter and missile launcher. Optional components let you build up to two Aspiring Champions, giving you the freedom to build the set as a single squad of 10 or two squads of 5. A Chaos icon, interchangeable components and optional grenades offer you even more choice, ensuring no two units need look alike. The set is even designed to be compatible with the Havocs, allowing you to mix and match heavy weapons for even more choice.
This set is supplied in 144 plastic components and contains 10 x 32mm round bases.
Show your dedication to the Warmaster with these Chaos-themed dice! Cast in the black and gold of the Black Legion, these eye-catching dice might not roll better than your normal set (the Chaos Gods are fickle like that!) but they do look great, and they're the ideal accessory for any true devotee of the Ruinous Powers.