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  • Aeldari Webway Gate

    Aeldari Webway Gate is a multi-part plastic kit contains the components necessary to assemble a Webway Gate. Comprising 2 sections, this is a large wraithbone arch, tall enough for even a wraithknight to walk beneath! Each half of the Gate features a plinth with an Aeldari statue, presented as familiar helmeted and crested forms. Each of the wraithbone segments that make up the arch features a spirit stone set within, with 2 more spirit stones on each half at the top, which arcs away to a point. 
     
    This scenery piece comes with rules that allow any unit with the Aeldari faction keyword to use it in games of Warhammer 40,000. E.g.
    • Craftworlds
    • Drukhari
    • Ynnari
    • Harlequins 
    64-11
    £22.50
    £25.00 save 10%
  • Codex Harlequins Warhammer 40,000

    Codex: Harlequins contains a wealth of background and rules – the definitive book for Harlequins collectors. Within this 80-page hardback, you’ll find:
     
    - A history of the Harlequins, covering the tragic fall of the Aeldari and the Harlequins’ worship of Cegorach, a trickster god who escaped the fate of the other gods – thus protecting his worshippers from the terrible predations of Slaanesh;
    - Weapons of the Lethal Art: an array of elegant, deadly weapons and wargear employed by the Harlequins; - The Great Stage: a galactic map featuring the locations of Craftworlds, webway gates, Exodite worlds and certain planets of interest to the Harlequins – Imperial and Necron;
    - The Black Library: a description of this fabled realm within the webway, containing the sum total of Aeldari knowledge, which the Harlequins protect;
    - Harlequin Masques: the structure and organisation of a Masque, an army and company of players both, the collectives by which Harlequins wage war, including examples of numerical runes and Troupe markings;
    - Descriptions of 10 Masques and their iconic runes – The Midnight Sorrow, The Veiled Path, The Frozen Stars, The Dreaming Shadow, The Soaring Spite, The Silent Shroud, The Dance Without End, The Twisted Path, The Shattered Mirage, and The Reaper’s Mirth;
    - The Dance of Ages: a timeline of major events and battles in the history of the Harlequins, from the Fall to the present times;
    - Background on each unit available to a Harlequins 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 Harlequins army primed for games of Warhammer 40,000 is in here:
     
    - 9 datasheets providing rules for using every Harlequins unit in your games of Warhammer 40,000 – including the Webway Gate, an Aeldari scenery piece;
    - Weapons of the Masques: profiles for all weapons and wargear of the Harlequins, ranged and close-combat - Points values for all miniatures, weapons and wargear for use in Matched Play games;
    - Wayfarers of the Labyrinth: rules for Battle-forged armies, including:
    - 6 Masque Forms: bonus abilities specific to the following Masques – The Midnight Sorrow, The Veiled Path, The Frozen Stars, The Soaring Spite, The Dreaming Shadow and The Silent Shroud;
    - 25 unique Stratagems, including 5 for the following specific Masques – The Frozen Stars, The Dreaming Shadow, The Soaring Spite, The Midnight Sorrow, The Veiled Path and The Silent Shroud;
    - Enigmas of the Black Library: 13 weapons and artefacts available only to the Harlequins;
    - Phantasmancy Discipline: 6 psychic powers specific to Harlequins models with the Psyker keyword;
    - 6 unique Warlord Traits for the Harlequins with a further 6 for the following Masques: The Frozen Stars, The Dreaming Shadow, The Soaring Spite, The Midnight Sorrow, The Veiled Path and The Silent Shroud;
    - 6 Tactical Objectives unique to the Harlequins.
    58-01-60
    £18.00
    £20.00 save 10%
  • Data Cards Harlequins

    Harlequins Data Cards

    58-02-60
    £9.00
    £10.00 save 10%
  • Akhelian Allopex

    Akhelian Guard Idoneth Deepkin is a multi-part plastic kit contains the components necessary to assemble an Akhelian Allopex. A large, fierce-looking bond-beast with a shark-like silhouette, its fins are modified with sharp blades and its head and eyes covered with metal armour, to facilitate its control by its riders. 2 Akhelian Guard mount the beast – the foremost clutches the reins in his left hand, with a barbed blade (or optional barbed hook) in his right ready to cut down any nearby enemy who survives the attentions of the Allopex’s ferocious bite. Behind him stands a Guard manning the razorshell harpoon launcher atop a specially-built platform – this can optionally be built as a retarius net launcher, both options equally devastating and featuring a cache of harpoons behind the weapon. The pilot features a helmet with no crest – allowing the harpoon launcher a clear shot – and the gunner, almost seeming to make up for this, features a particularly large crest; both feature the heavy plate and bare arms that typify the Akhelian Guard. You have the option to model the Allopex with mouth closed or open, and a selection of accessories – fishing net, rope and grapple hook, fiasco bottles, normal bottles and bottle and case – used to decorate the creature and base. 

     
    This kit comes as 47 components, and is supplied with a Citadel 90mm Oval base & flying stand.
    87-35
    £24.75
    £27.50 save 10%
  • Akhelian Guard

    Akhelian Guard Idoneth Deepkin is a multi-part plastic kit contains the components necessary to assemble 3 Ishlaen Guard. Each is mounted on a Fangmora Eel, a lithe, sinuous bond-beast controlled by the armoured blinders and reins attached to their heads, attacking with their fanged maws and lashing tails. The Akhelians who ride them wear heavy armour chest plates, with their arms bare and their legs covered in mail and cloth for mobility. They wield helsabres – vicious-looking serrated swords – and galv-shields, and feature bladed crests on their sinister closed-face helmets – there is an extra, specific helmet included for the leader, a Lochian Prince, with a specifically-shaped blade. There are options for a musician, who carries a conch shell and has an open faceplate; and a standard bearer, whose Fangmora Eel is equipped with a towering pennant. The kit comes with plenty of accessories used to decorate the Eels and the bases – nets, ropes, bottles and lamps are included. 

     
    This kit comes as 80 components, and is supplied with 3 Citadel 60x35mm Oval bases. The kit can optionally be used to assemble 3 Akhelian Morrsarr Guard.
    87-34
    £27.00
    £30.00 save 10%
  • Jagdpanzer 38(t) Hetzer

    Based on the reliable Czechoslovakian Panzer 38(t) chassis, almost 3,000 of Hetzers (Baiters) were built by the war’s end. Their small size and very low profile gave them distinct advantages in the role of tank hunters.

    In addition, the Hetzer wasn’t hampered by the mechanical problems associated with the larger tank destroyers such as the Jagdpanther and Jagdtiger, nor did it have the unprotected fighting compartment of the Nashorn or Marder tank hunters. plus its remote control roof machine gun gave it good close defence capability.

    Hetzers equipped many Waffen-SS and Wehrmacht (even the Luftwaffe and Kriegsmarine) formations, seeing action on all fronts on which Germany fought as well as with the Hungarian army. The first Hetzers entered service with 731st and 743rd Heeres Panzerjäger Abteilung in May/June of 1944.

    This plastic boxed set allows you to build one of three vehicle types: A mid/late production Hetzer, Flammpanzer 38(t) and 2cm FlaK auf Hetzer reconnaissance/AA vehicle.

    Includes: one 1/56th scale hard plastic Jagdpanzer 38(t) Hetzer tank destroyer, vehicle damage markers, full-colour assembly and painting guide, Bolt Action stat cards and waterslide decal sheet (for German and Hungarian vehicles).

    Models supplied unassembled and unpainted
    402012020
    £20.00
     
  • German Infantry Winter

    Adolph Hitler’s aggressive campaigns across the world ensured his troops would face the enemy in all environments and climates. None were more unforgiving than the harsh winters on the Eastern Front or in the Italian hills and mountains.

    The resourceful German landser (common soldiers) often had to make do with little more than their standard issue woollen greatcoat, gloves, scarves and a steely determination to not only stave off the cold, but also be able to fight and win.

    These highly detailed plastic figures are ideal to represent German Infantry (Winter) – be they Heer or Waffen-SS – facing the enemy in cold weather or in the very depths of the bitter winter snows. Weapons, equipment and headgear options allow you to build the figures for all periods of the war from the Blitzkrieg operations of 1939 and 1940 right through to the death throes of the Third Reich in Berlin during 1945.

    German Infantry (Winter) Contains:

    Plastic components to make:

    30 German infantry figures in greatcoats. Includes options for different weapon configurations and command models.
    Equipment included:

    STG44 assault rifle, Kar 98K rifle, MG34 light machine gun, MG42 light machine gun, MP40 sub-machine gun, Gewehr 43 rifle, stick grenades and Panzerfaust.
    Round plastic bases (25mm diameter).
    Construction leaflet.
    Full-colour waterslide decals.
    Models supplied unassembled and unpainted
    402012027
    £26.00
     
  • British Infantry Section Winter

    As with most British Commonwealth infantry sections, the British Infantry Section Winter is based around the sustained firepower of the Bren light machine gun, the other infantrymen carrying extra Bren magazines in addition to their own weapons.

    Protected from the chill by their thick military grade woollen great coats and tough sleeveless leather jerkins, they also made good use of camouflaged groundsheets as protective capes along with woollen caps, scarves and gloves.

    Whether the fight is in the frozen Italian hills and mountains or in the deep winter of France, the low countries or in Germany itself, these cheery British infantrymen can be relied on to do their duty for King and Country!

    Contains a 10-man section:

    NCO with SMG
    1 infantryman with SMG
    2-man Bren gun LMG team
    6 riflemen
    Models supplied unassembled and unpainted
    402211003
    £15.00
     
  • US Airborne Squad Winter

    Forever immortalised in the epic TV Series, Band of Brothers, the paratroopers of Easy Company, 506th Parachute Infantry Regiment, 101st Airborne Division were desperately pressed directly into the front lines during the surprise German offensive in the Ardennes in December 1944. Unprepared for action in the bitterly cold environment, they would brave the extreme temperatures and enemy fire with little more than extra gloves and scarves to stave off the bitter cold.

    This boxed set contains a squad of metal battle-hardened paratroopers equipped in their 1943 pattern jump fatigues supplemented with little more than woollen gloves, scarves and a steely determination to take the fight to the enemy!

    Includes a 10-man metal US Airborne Squad:

    NCO & 4 paratroopers with SMG
    1 paratrooper with BAR
    4 paratroopers with rifles
    Models supplied unassembled and unpainted
    402213102
    £15.00
     
  • Legion Blighted Ogrun Army Box

    Blight makes right when ogrun attack! Once, the ogrun of the windswept northern mountains were a noble people who valued wisdom as much as strength. The touch of the dragon Everblight’s corruption has forever transformed them into a howling breed of bloodthirsty killers who act as the toughened shocktroopers of his Legion. Warbands of blighted ogrun sweep down from territories the Legion of Everblight controls, crushing opposition before them and devouring the flesh of the living and the dead. The blight that enhances their physical strength and stamina has corrupted their minds, making them crave nothing but to spill blood in the name of their dragon god and his living messiah, Thagrosh.
     
    Take command of these twisted, corrupted ogrun with this box, which contains a full warband of ogrun ready to support your warcaster’s battlegroup!
     
    Contents:
     
    Forsaken — Legion Solo (metal)
    Warmonger War Chief — Legion Blighted Ogrun Solo (resin/metal)
    Blighted Ogrun Warmongers — Legion Unit (5) (resin/metal)
    Blighted Rotwings — Legion Unit (10) (resin/metal)
    Gorag Rotteneye — Legion Character Solo (resin/metal)
    PIP 73108
    £110.00
    £129.75 save 15%
  • Pike & Shotte - Landsknechts missile troops

    The late 15th and early 16th centuries in Europe were defined by near-constant warfare. National ‘standing armies’ were unheard of and the ambitions of empires were reliant on the mercenaries they could afford to hire.
     
    Landsknechts were instigated by the Holy Roman Emperor, Maximillian I, as a reaction to the Swiss mercenary pikemen that had dominated battlefields for decades before the Italian Wars (1494-1559).
     
    They would be found in most armies in Western Europe of the time, even appearing in the British Isles in the service of Henry VIII. Clashes between rival Landsknecht regiments were particularly bloody, becoming known as ‘Bad War’.
     
    The most striking aspect of a Landsknecht force was their outlandish dress. Maximillian was keen to give the men freedom to wear what they wanted, and this resulted in plumes, slashed sleeves and bright colours.
     
    The Landsknechts, as well as other troops, made good use of the crossbow and then latterly the new arquebus black powder weapon as skirmish screens ahead of the blocks of pikemen or as tactical units in their own right. They were equally useful during sieges.
     
    The figures in this boxed set can be used to represent the Landsknechts raised in Germany or other nations of the period.
     
    This box set contains:
     
    Plastic components to make 30 Landsknechts with either arquebus or crossbow.
    Plastic bases.
    202016003
    £16.00
     
  • Pike & Shotte - Landsknechts with Zweihanders

    Europe in the late 15th and early 16th centuries was a place of almost constant warfare. With no organised national armies battlefields were the domain of the mercenary companies of the day – chief amongst these were the colourfully dressed Landsknechts.
     
    Landsknechts were instigated by the Holy Roman Emperor, Maximillian I, as a reaction to the Swiss mercenary pikemen that had dominated battlefields for decades before the Italian Wars (1494-1559).
     
    They would be found in most armies in Western Europe of the time, even appearing in the British Isles in the service of Henry VIII. Clashes between rival Landsknecht regiments were particularly bloody, becoming known as ‘Bad War’.
     
    The toughest of a rough bunch were the veteran Doppelsöldner – soldiers on double pay. Their extra payment was for volunteering to fight in the front ranks and the inherent risk that entailed. The trick was surviving to claim the extra pay!
     
    Doppelsöldner would most often be armed with the ranged arquebus or crossbow and arrayed in front of the main blocks of pikemen. Alternatively they may be armed with the vicious six foot long two-handed swords, the Zweihänders, or equally long halberds. Zweihänder-armed Landsknechts would generally be found in the front ranks of the pike blocks or occasionally detached to form their own unit for special roles as well as providing protection for the unit’s colour party. The famous German mercenaries, the Black Band, included 2,000 two-handed swordsmen.
     
    The figures in this boxed set can be used to represent the Landsknechts raised in Germany or other nations of the period and can be armed with either halberds or Zweihänder swords.
     
    This box set contains:
     
    Plastic and metal components to make 24 Landsknechts with two-handed swords and halberds.
    Plastic bases.
    Models supplied unassembled and unpainted
    202016002
    £16.00
     
  • Pike & Shotte - Landsknechts Starter Army

    The late 15th and early 16th centuries in Europe were defined by near-constant warfare. National ‘standing armies’ were unheard of and the ambitions of empires were reliant on the mercenaries they could afford to hire.
     
    Landsknechts were instigated by the Holy Roman Emperor, Maximillian I, as a reaction to the Swiss Mercenary Pikemen that had dominated battlefields for decades before the Italian Wars (1494-1559).
     
    Over the course of the Italian Wars, however, the Landsknecht tactics adapted far more than the Swiss and the use of firearms in conjunction with the Pike would give them the edge, at least tactically.
     
    The toughest of a rough bunch were the veteran Doppelsöldner – soldiers on double pay. Their extra payment was for volunteering to fight in the front ranks and the inherent risk that entailed. The trick was surviving to claim the extra pay!
     
    Doppelsöldner would most often be armed with the ranged arquebus or crossbow and arrayed in front of the main blocks of pikemen. Alternatively they may be armed with the vicious six foot long two-handed swords, the Zweihänders, or equally long halberds. Zweihänder-armed Landsknechts would generally be found in the front ranks of the pike blocks or occasionally detached to form their own unit for special roles as well as providing protection for the unit’s colour party. The famous German mercenaries, the Black Band, included 2,000 two-handed swordsmen.
     
    The Landsknechts, as well as other troops, made good use of the crossbow and then latterly the new arquebus black powder weapon as skirmish screens ahead of the blocks of pikemen or as tactical units in their own right. They were equally useful during sieges.
     
    This box set contains:
     
    96 Plastic Landsknecht pikemen with command options.
    24 Plastic Landsknechts with Zweihänders
    24 Plastic Landsknechts with crossbows or arquebus
    4 Metal Officers.
    Metal Handbüchse light gun and crew.
    Full-colour flag sheet
    Plastic Bases
    209916002
    £76.50
    £85.00 save 10%
  • Foot Knights 11-13 Century

    This box contains thirty 28mm multi-part plastic medieval infantry soldiers of the 11th/13th century. You will be able to build up to 15 with long sword and 15 with two handed sword models.
     
    Figures are supplied unpainted and require a little assembly.
     
    The box contains plastic bases:
    40mm x 60mm =  4 bases
    20mm x 20mm = 6 bases
    FF015
    £22.00
     
  • The Army Painter Hobby Brush Starter Set

    All the Starter Sets are excellent value for your money, and this set is no exception. This is the 3 different brush types you need to paint any regular miniatures and covers the 3 basic techniques: Basecoating, detailing and drybrushing. As an added bonus the Detail and Standard brush are with the fabúlous triangular grip from the popular Wargamer range.

    ST5101
    £9.00
     
  • Renedra 25mm Clear Round Wargaming Bases

    These Renedra 25mm Diameter Clear Round Wargaming Bases are made using the latest in plastic moulding technology and come with a slightly textured underside surface to prevent slipping on the gaming table. 50 Clear Bases per pack

    BASE18
    £3.00
     
  • Renedra 30mm Round Wargaming Bases

    These Renedra 30mm Diameter Wargaming Bases are made using the latest in plastic moulding technology and come with a slightly textured underside surface to prevent slipping on the gaming table. 32 Bases per pack

    BASE10
    £3.50
     
  • 40mm Paved Effect Bases Renedra

    40mm Paved Effect Bases Renedra contains 8 bases per pack.

    40DIAPAVED1
    £4.00
     
  • Battlegroup Market Garden

    Battlegroup Market Garden Supplement for Battlegroup WW2 rules system - Holland September 1944

    96 page softback campaign supplement detailing the Market Garden operation in the Holland September'44
     
    Packed full of historical information and narrative, scenarios and a mini campaign. Plus contains airborne army lists, amendments and additions to German army lists,
     
     
    Please note you need the Battlegroup Overlord: Beyond the Beaches campaign supplement (or the original Battlegroup Overlord book) and the main ruleset to play Market Garden
    BP16341
    £12.00
     
  • Battlegroup Torch

    Battlegroup Torch Harback Supplement for Battlegroup WW2 rules system -North Africa 1942-43

    EGYPT, 1942... After defeat at the Battle of Gazala, the British 8th Army has been chased back through the western deserts, fighting a rearguard action to hold the line near a railway halt called El Alamein.  Here, the tide of the desert war would turn decisively in the British’s favour. At El Alamein Rommel’s weary army was repeatedly defeated and forced into a very long retreat to save itself. Meanwhile, American and British troops land on the shores of Morocco and Algeria in Operation Torch, with the plan to cut-off the Germans by capturing Tunisia. A hard seven-month campaign would follow in the final struggle to capture North Africa.  
     
    • BACKGROUND A general overview of the later North Africa campaign, from Gazala, through three battles at El Alamein to Operation Torch and the Allies’ attack into Tunisia. With British, American and French forces of 1st Army in the north and 8th Army pursuing Rommel’s Panzer Armee Afrika to the Mareth Line, and then beyond, in the south. This book covers the desert fighting from May 1942 to May 1943 and the Axis’ ultimate surrender in Tunisia.
     
    • ARMY LISTS Nine army lists designed to be played with the character of the principal combatants for North Africa: the veteran Deutsche Afrikakorps for 1942 and Defenders of Tunisia for 1943, Italian armoured and infantry divisions to face British (and Commonwealth) armoured and infantry divisions. Also, for Tunisia, the first combat operations for the US 1st Armoured Division and US infantry divisions, as well as ex-Vichy French ‘March’ divisions, now turned against their former Axis allies.
     
    • SPECIAL RULES New special rules to adapt the core Battlegroup rules to the later North African battlefields. Recreating the character of desert fighting, with its dusty conditions, reliance on tank warfare and mobile formations, and the wearing effects of the harsh conditions. Also rules for the colder, muddy, difficult hill-country of northern Tunisia, a very different type of battlefield, all helping to create games with the distinctive feel for the end of the ‘desert’ war.
    BP1634
    £25.00