Necron Codex contains a wealth of background and rules – the definitive book for Necron collectors. Hardback and contains 120 full colour pages
Necron Data Cards is a set of 72 cards – each featuring artwork on the reverse – is an indispensable tool in the arsenal of any Necrons gamer.
Warhammer 40,000 Necron Warriors form the cold heart of a Tomb World's armies. They are implacable, emotionless and terrifying soldiers - the inexorable emissaries of death itself. Unlike higher ranking Necrons, the basic warrior is little more than an automaton slaved to the will of their commander. What Necron Warriors lack in intuition they more than make up for in determination and durability. Once orders have been received, they are completely single-minded and will follow commands through to conclusion without question. Even wounds that would prove fatal to other races are not enough to stop a Necron Warrior from achieving their goal as they can often repair themselves as quickly as they are damaged.
This multi-part plastic boxed Warhammer 40,000 set contains 120 components with which to build twelve Necron Warriors and three Canoptek Scarab Swarms. This set comes with twelve 25mm round bases, three 40mm round bases and three sprues of green Necron Rods. They are supplied unpainted and require assembly - we recommend using Games Workshop Plastic Glue and Games Workshop Paints.
The Warhammer 40,000 Lychguard are the wardens of the nobility, said to be incorruptible and utterly dedicated to their charges. While most Necrons wear a basic suit of living metal, the Lychguard wear huge suits of ancient armour, the likes of which are normally reserved for the nobility. After all, what use is a bodyguard if he cannot defend his master? Most Lychguard are equipped with heavy-bladed warscythes, which they use to inflict killing blows with every strike. Some will carry hyperphase swords and dispersion shields, which are marginally less powerful, but offer increased protection to the unit.
Warhammer 40,000 Triarch Praetorians hold a great responsibility - to ensure that the Necron dynasties never fall. When the Necron race turned to hibernation after the War in Heaven, the Triarch Praetorians chose to remain awake. Now, as the Necrons stir ever more into wakefulness, the Triarch Praetorians have also re-emerged to join the dynastic legions. They will rarely join a battle immediately, preferring to hover above the fray on gravity displacement packs before launching themselves right into the heart of the enemy army. With the devastating rod of covenant at their disposal there is very little that can survive the assault of a Triarch Praetorian.
This Warhammer 40,000 multi-part plastic boxed set contains 111 components with which to build five Necron Lychguard or five Triarch Praetorians. Included in the box are four full sets of weapons, giving you twenty sets of equipment in total. This enables you to kit out units of Lychguard with warscythes or hyperphase swords and dispersion fields; while Triarch Praetorians carry the rod of covenant and can be upgraded to carry voidblades and particle casters. These models come with five 25mm round bases and two Necron transfer sheets. They are supplied unpainted and require assembly - we recommend using Games Workshop Plastic Glue and Games Workshop Paints.
As the shock troops of the Warhammer 40,000 Necron army, a phalanx of Immortals will strive for victory using every tactic and stratagem at their disposal. They wear heavier armour than Necron Warriors and they can easily withstand a hail of heavy bolter fire that would obliterate a fleshier target. Should an Immortal be felled, its threat is not ended, for its auto-repair systems will set about repairing the damage to its body immediately and it will quickly return to the fray. Few foes can withstand the Immortals' return fire so easily. A single shot from a gauss blaster can punch through most types of armour to strip flesh from bone. There can be no hiding from the Immortals.
For countless millennia, Warhammer 40,000 Deathmark Squads have served the Necron nobility as snipers and assassins. Even when they were beings of flesh and blood, Deathmarks had a reputation for cold-hearted precision and patience. Now, housed in tireless metal bodies, Deathmarks are more deadly than they ever were in the Time of Flesh. Like most Necrons their technology lies far beyond the realm of mortal comprehension and they can effectively slip in and out of dimensions at will. Their victims will assume that they have been ambushed, that the Deathmarks teleported onto the battlefield. The reality is that they were already there, waiting for just the right moment to lay their trap and catch their prey.
This multi-part plastic Warhammer 40,000 boxed set contains 80 components with which to build five Necron Immortals or five Necron Deathmarks. The set comes with plenty of devastating weapons, including gauss blasters and tesla carbines for the Immortals and synaptic disintegrators for the Deathmarks. These models come with five 25mm round bases and two Necron transfer sheets. They are supplied unpainted and require assembly - we recommend using Games Workshop Plastic Glue and Games Workshop Paints.
The more aggressive Warhammer 40,000 Necron Overlords fight not on foot, but rather from the deck of a Catacomb Command Barge - an armoured, repulsor-driven skimmer. While embarked upon a Command Barge, a Necron Overlord is able to oversee the battle, ensuring that his troops are engaged with appropriate targets and that everything is going to plan. More often than not he will become bored of watching the battle and command the barge's pilot to fly him into the midst of the action, where he can launch daring attacks on unsuspecting enemy units, his warscythe decapitating his foes as he flies past.
Warhammer 40,000 Annihilation Barges are the Necrons favoured anti-infantry support platforms. Each is armed with a linked pair of tesla destructors - enormous energy cannons that fire ferocious arcs of eldritch lightning. The tesla destructor is primarily an anti-personnel weapon, though only the most heavily armoured tanks can risk its wrath with utter impunity. Its energy discharges wreak terrible harm on living targets, searing their flesh and boiling their blood. Furthermore, the bolts will often leap from target to target before they are finally grounded, leaving a trail of smouldering carnage across a broad swathe of the battlefield.
This Warhammer 40,000 multi-part plastic boxed set contains 84 components with which to build one Necron Catacomb Command Barge or one Annihilation Barge. The Catacomb Command Barge is a suitably regal way to transport your Necron Lord (or named character) into battle, while the Annihilation Barge carries the brutal telsa destructor, which is just as deadly as it sounds! This kit comes with one two small flying stems, one large flying base, one 25mm round base and two Necron transfer sheets. This kit is supplied unpainted and requires assembly - we recommend using Games Workshop Plastic Glue and Games Workshop Paints.
The Necron Tomb Blade often proceeds in an unpredictable and dizzying corkscrew fashion, at times far in advance of the on-coming army. Surprise your enemies with the terrifying power of Tesla fire from the sky.
This Warhammer 40,000 multi-part plastic boxed set contains 162 components with which to build three Necron Tomb Blades. This set comes with two small flying stems, two long flying stems, three small flying bases and two Necron transfer sheets. This set is supplied unpainted and requires assembly - we recommend using Games Workshop Plastic Glue and Games Workshop Paints.
The Canoptek Wraith uses its phenomenal destabilisation matrix to phase its claws and tendrils inside an opponent's body to effect death from the inside out allowing you to keep your strategy on line.
This Warhammer 40,000 multi-part plastic boxed set contains 135 components with which to build three Necron Canoptek Wraiths. This set comes with three 40mm round bases. This set is supplied unpainted and requires assembly - we recommend using Games Workshop Plastic Glue and Games Workshop Paints.
Doom Scythes are heralds of terror, supersonic fighter craft that range far ahead of a Necron invasion. Thanks to the precision of his android brain, the pilot can simulate billions of strategies in nanoseconds.
The crescent-shaped Necron Doom Scythe is an impressive model. It’s numerous, elegant panels are covered in Necron iconography, and there are numerous orbs and grills located around the model, and a spine-like engine. As well as a Necron pilot tucked away in the centre of the model, the weapons on the flyer include a twin-linked tesla destructor and a death ray set within a claw-like vice.
This multi-part plastic kit contains 51 components, a flying stem, large oval base and a Necron transfer sheet with which to build a Doom Scythe. This kit can be used optionally to build a Night Scythe.
Canoptek Spyders use their mechanical tools and pincers. Three operating together create a supermind, the effects of which are transmuted to any Canoptken Wraiths and Scarabs in the vicinity to create a hyper-efficient machine. Canoptek Spyders can even spawn Canoptek Scarabs, thus boosting your vital war efforts.
This Warhammer 40,000 multi-part plastic boxed set contains 30 components with which to build one Necron Canoptek Spyder. This kit comes with two ball socket stems and one large flying base. This kit is supplied unpainted and requires assembly - we recommend using Games Workshop Plastic Glue and Games Workshop Paints.
This 10-piece plastic kit makes one Necron Overlord armed with a war sycthe and resurrection orb. The model is supplied with a 40mm round base.
Start Collecting Necrons is a great-value box set that gives you an immediate collection of fantastic Necrons miniatures, which you can assemble and use right away in games of Warhammer 40,000! You’ll receive a Necron Overlord, an Annihilation Barge with Lord On Foot (which can be built as a Catacomb Command Barge), 12 Necron Warriors, 3 Scarab Swarms and 5 Immortals (which can be built as Deathmarks.)