A vision of golden celestial light, a living embodiment of the God-King’s might, the Stormcast Eternals are messengers of vengeance armed with the might of stars. Once-mortal champions of Order forged by Sigmar into an astonishing fighting force, hurled down from the heavens to meet the forces of Chaos head-on, they wreak bloody revenge on the Dark Gods, the corruptors of the realms.
Stormcast Eternal Hammerstrike Brethren contains:
The perfect introduction to the Stormcast Eternals faction from Warhammer Age of Sigmar, this kit contains 3 push-fit Sequitors miniatures, 6 pots of paint and a starter brush. The miniatures are incredibly straightforward to put together, without even requiring glue!
These 3 Stormcast Eternals, specialising in the despatch of ethereal enemies, notably wield some impressive weaponry – 1 holds a stormsmite maul and a soulshield, while another holds a 2-handed stormsmite maul. Over their thick, heavy armour they wear long robes and tabards, with Sigmarite icons hewn in metal above their helmets. The third model is a Sequitor-Prime; a female model, she is hefting a stormsmite maul over her right shoulder, leaning on her soulshield. You have 2 choices of head – 1 is helmeted much like the other Sequitors, while the other is bare, the sides of her head shaved.
You’ll also receive a starter brush, perfect for painting the Sequitors, and 6 12ml pots of Citadel paint:
There’s even an easy to follow painting guide included. You’ll be up and running with your new miniatures in no time at all!
Start Collecting Stormcast Vanguard is a great-value box set for Warhammer Age of Sigmar that includes:
Start Collecting Stormcast Eternals Thunderstrike Brotherhood gives you an immediate collection of fantastic push-fit – no glue required to assemble – Stormcast Eternals miniatures, which you can assemble and use right away in games of Warhammer Age of Sigmar!
Plus a Stormcast Eternals transfer sheet and a Warscroll Battalion, allowing you to collect, assemble and play with your new miniatures right away!
Start Collecting Sets offer fantastic value when compared to buying individual sets of miniatures.
Easy to Build: Age of Sigmar boxes are a great way to get started with Warhammer Age of Sigmar. They make the perfect expansion for Warhammer Age of Sigmar, and come supplied with rules, a painting reference and the appropriate sized Citadel round bases. Thi set includes 3 x Liberators
Easy to Build: Age of Sigmar boxes are a great way to get started with Warhammer Age of Sigmar. They make the perfect expansion for Warhammer Age of Sigmar, and come supplied with rules, a painting reference and the appropriate sized Citadel round bases. This set includes 4 miniatures
Easy to Build: Age of Sigmar boxes are a great way to get started with Warhammer Age of Sigmar. They make the perfect expansion for Warhammer Age of Sigmar, and come supplied with rules, a painting reference and the appropriate sized Citadel round bases. Thi set includes 3 x Sequitors
Easy to Build: Age of Sigmar boxes are a great way to get started with Warhammer Age of Sigmar. They make the perfect expansion for Warhammer Age of Sigmar, and come supplied with rules, a painting reference and the appropriate sized Citadel round bases. Thi set includes Astreia Solbright Lord-Arcanum
Easy to Build: Age of Sigmar boxes are a great way to get started with Warhammer Age of Sigmar. They make the perfect expansion for Warhammer Age of Sigmar, and come supplied with rules, a painting reference and the appropriate sized Citadel round bases. Thi set includes 1x Celestar Ballista
The Age of Sigmar is an epic setting populated by myriad armies, powerful heroes and magnificent monsters. It plays host to vast, realm-spanning wars between the forces of Order and Chaos, Death and Destruction. In the Warhammer Age of Sigmar Core Book, you’ll not only learn the rich history of this war-torn Age, but you’ll find all the rules you need in order to evoke these epic stories on the tabletop.
Contained in this 320-page hardback book:
- The Tale of Aeons: this first section of the book contains a detailed, illustrated story-so-far, from the shattering of the world-that-was to the present. This covers 3 major Ages:
- The Age of Myth, Sigmar’s journey through the cosmos, his meeting with the Great Drake Dracothion and his exploration of the 8 Mortal Realms, his awakening of other gods, the building of civilisations and the fractious alliances that were forged;
- The Age of Chaos, brought about by the machinations of the Chaos Gods and their command of the Realm of Chaos, spitting daemon legions forth and destroying the peace that once reigned;
- The Age of Sigmar, in which vengeance against the Chaos Gods was meted out with celestial fury in the Realmgate Wars, with detailed background on Nagash’s dire plan to take back every mortal soul – which he sees as his by right. His necroquake, which has caused every dead being in the Mortal Realms to be reconnected with its essence, has led to wild, untamed magics and undeath taking hold in every realm – and thus the Soul Wars have begun…
- The Mortal Realms: background on each of the 8 Mortal Realms – Azyr, Shyish, Ashqy, Chamon, Ghur, Ghyran, Hysh, and Ulgu – details of their links, descriptions of the native civilisations that have risen and fallen, key events that have taken place and notable geological features; along with details of the Realm of Chaos, a nightmarish dimension home to the Chaos Gods and legions of terrifying hellspawn;
- Factions of the Mortal Realms: descriptions of the armies that fight in the Mortal Realms, each featuring a showcase of beautifully-painted Citadel miniatures, split into 4 sections according to their Grand Alliances;
- The Forces of Order: a detailed overview of each of the following Order factions – Stormcast Eternals, Fyreslayers, Kharadron Overlords, Sylvaneth, Daughters of Khaine, Idoneth Deepkin, Seraphon, and The Free Peoples (an alliance of human, aelf and duardin spurred on to fight);
- The Forces of Chaos: a detailed overview of each of the following Chaos factions – The Everchosen, Slaves to Darkness, Khorne, Tzeentch, Nurgle, Slaanesh, Skaven, the various Creatures of Chaos, and Brayherds & Warherds;
- The Forces of Death: a detailed overview of the following Death factions: The Deathlords, Nighthaunts, Flesh-eater Courts, The Soulblight Curse, and The Necromantic Hosts;
- The Forces of Destruction: a detailed overview of the following Destruction factions – Ironjawz, Bonesplitterz, Beastclaw Raiders, and The Savage Tribes (a gathering of disparate orruks, grots, ogors, troggoths and gargants ready for Waaagh!).
The second section of this book contains a wealth of new and updated rules, a veritable treasure chest of ways to play games of Warhammer Age of Sigmar, each rule and each concept entirely optional making it possible to play your games the way you want:
- Battles in the Mortal Realms: containing the core rules, this section is about exploring the fantastical, battle-filled Mortal Realms in your tabletop games. It contains the following:
- The Core Rules: everything from mustering your army to deciding the victor is covered here, with easy to follow guides on the things you need to play a game, how to set them up and how to actually play – how to cast spells, use heroic abilities, move your troops, shoot, charge, fight, and test for battleshock, with illustrated examples and clear explanations of exactly how each phase works;
- An explanation of Triumphs: rewards and bonuses victorious armies can carry over to their next battle;
- Terrain rules, with a table featuring special statuses for scenery pieces and an explanation of how terrain can be garrisoned;
- Details of Battleplans – a set of rules that define how the battlefield is set up, where armies will be placed, objectives to be secured and the final victory conditions of your game, with an easy to follow Battleplan included as an example;
- An explanation of the workings of Warscrolls: every Citadel miniature in the Warhammer Age of Sigmar range has a Warscroll, which provides you with the rules needed to use that miniature in a game. This section shows you how to use the characteristics, abilities, damage tables and keywords of these Warscrolls;
- An explanation of Warscroll Battalions: specially-designed collections of miniatures which have access to unique rules and abilities, often with a narrative focus;
- An overview of Realm of Battle rules: these are rules which introduce specific spells, scenery rules and command abilities according to which of the 8 Mortal Realms in which your battle takes place;
- An explanation of Allegiance Abilities: additional abilities, spells and reinforcement potentially available to your army according to their allegiance, whether Grand Alliance or faction.
- Conquest Unbound: this expands upon the basics explained in the previous section, adding more rules and abilities to your games:
- Grand Alliance Allegiance Abilities: battle traits, command traits and artefacts of power available to armies with allegiance to either Order, Chaos, Death or Destruction;
- Realms of Battle: specific spells, command abilities and terrain rules for 7 of the 8 Mortal Realms (Shyish, Ashqy, Chamon, Ghur, Ghyran, Hysh, and Ulgu);
- Endless Spells: rules for using special spells which remain on the table until out of bounds or unbound, including an Endless Spell Warscroll for the Balewind Vortex scenery piece.
- Open Play Games: a guide to a style of gameplay with no restrictions, allowing you to take any Warhammer Age of Sigmar miniatures to battle with absolute freedom and creativity;
- An Open War Battleplan Generator: a quick and easy way to define how your Open Play games are set up, their objectives, special rules and victory conditions, using either selections from tables or random dice rolls;
- Coalition of Death: rules for assembling 2 teams of players and combining their collections into 2 armies, with 3 Battleplans designed specifically for team-based games;
- Ladder Campaigns: rules for fighting linked campaigns, with participants fighting over rungs of a ladder, each hoping to reach the top.
- Narrative Play Games: a guide to basing your games on stories, either of your own devising or the rich and varied tales found in the Warhammer age of Sigmar publications, from planning your game, finding stories to tell and deciding on an optional Games Master;
- War in the Glymmsforge Catacombs: an example narrative battle, with an annotated photo of the game’s setup featuring example rules;
- Historical Battles: a guide to setting up battles according to stories you’ll find in the many and varied Warhammer Age of Sigmar publications, with an annotated example battle taking place during the Quest for Ghal Maraz;
- A guide to narrative campaigns, including linked games, map campaigns and tree campaigns featuring a pre-made tree campaign for two players;
- Sieges in the Age of Sigmar: special rules for creating sieges, with rules for attacker and defender, tactics and effects, and command abilities. 2 Siege Battleplans are included;
- Darkest Depths: rules for fighting in the tunnels and caverns beneath the Mortal Realms, with specific command abilities and rules for gloom and darkness, unstable surroundings, monsters, as well as command abilities. 2 Darkest Depths Battleplans are included;
- Triumph & Treachery: rules allowing 3 or more players to take part in a multi-sided battle, employing a variety of devious schemes (involving bribery and treachery) to win. Includes optional Secret Objective rules, and 2 Triumph & Treachery battleplans.
- Matched Play Games: the ultimate way for players to test their mettle in evenly-balanced conflict, this is the way to play games of Warhammer Age of Sigmar and prove your skill, tactical ability and strategic nous;
- Pitched Battles: played as one-off games or part of a tournament, Pitched Battles are designed to be set up with a minimum of fuss. Details of army sizes for different battle lengths, rules for fielding Warscroll Battalions and Allied units are covered;
- Battle Strategies: a variety of objectives and strategies designed to provide challenge to players, forcing them to adapt to unpredictable effect, with a D66 table providing a random element;
- A blank Pitched Battle Army Roster, for you to photocopy and use when assembling your Pitched battle armies.
Chaos Dreadhold details the monstrous castles, mighty strongholds and looming watchtowers that choke the mortal realms like an iron collar. Containing rules for each of the Chaos Dreadhold scenery pieces, brand-new stories with Battleplans that put your fortresses at the centre of your games and eight Warscroll Battalions that show you the awesome flexibility of this scenery range, this 80-page hardback book is a must-have for any and all fans of Warhammer Age of Sigmar.
An indomitable new malevolence has stirred an ancient terror. No longer content to hunt civilisation’s edges, phantasmal forces gather into spectral armies. This is no mere haunting, but a shock assault that seeks nothing less than to destroy life itself. From the darkest pits of Shyish, the Realm of Death, comes a storm of ethereal figures. These wraiths fight to send fresh souls screaming down into the darkened realms from whence the dead emerged, taking cruel pleasure in knowing the torments that await their victims below…
In the 88-page hardback Battletome: Nighthaunt, you’ll find:
- That Which Haunts the Night: an introduction to the Nighthaunt, their motivations, processions and the rising threat they pose to all life;
- The Restless Dead: details of the dark and forbidden arts of necromancy – the creation and enslavement of new undead;
- Something Wicked This Way Comes: a great change has swept the Mortal Realms – the necroquake, an unintended result of Nagash’s grand plan, unleashed a mind-splitting wave of eldritch power, resulting in the rising of the wraiths; billions of souls arising and assaulting anything and everything that lives with blind hatred;
- A detailed description of Shyish, the Realm of Death: home of the Great Necromancer Nagash, and source of countless spiritual horrors;
- Chronicles of Terror: a timeline of key events and battles in the history of the Nighthaunt, from the Age of Myth, Age of Chaos, Age of Sigmar and the present;
- Ghostly Processions: organised by order of Nagash and commanded by Lady Olynder, Mortarch of Grief, these are the structures of Nighthaunt armies;
- Explanation and background of each character and unit available to a Nighthaunt army;
- Shock and Terror: an example procession, featuring an annotated photograph explaining how this army was selected and the manner in which they will fight;
- A showcase of beautifully-painted Citadel miniatures, with an example army and comprehensive painting advice from the experts. This advice covers a huge variety of examples and techniques, showing you how to achieve the ghostly effects of blue and green spirits, cloth, rusted and corroded metal, brass, balefire, candles and lantern glows, with guides on painting extra details like bone, wood, and making graves look suitably ghastly.
All the rules you need in order to get your Nighthaunt army ready for the gaming table are here:
- 21 Warscrolls, covering every miniature available to the Nighthaunt faction and including 3 Endless Spell warscrolls – Shyish Reaper, Vault of Souls and Mortalis Terminexus – for use with Malign Sorcery;
- Allegiance Abilities representing the Nighthaunt methods of war – including Command Traits, Battle Traits, rules for resurrection the slain and 3 separate types of Artefacts of power;
- Lore of the Underworlds: a selection of spells available to Nighthaunt wizards;
- A Battleplan, including objectives for both sides, deployment map, special rules and victory conditions;
- Rules for creating a Nighthaunt warband to use in a Path to Glory campaign, including a Followers Rewards Table and a Champion Rewards Table;
- 8 Warscroll Battalions conferring advantages for fielding certain combinations of models;
- Pitched Battle Profiles for all units featured in this Battletome, including unit sizes, points values and battlefield roles, along with faction keywords for Allies.
The Stormcast Eternals – supernatural warriors forged in Azyr, each the embodiment of Sigmar’s storm. The heavens roar and the sky crashes, split by searing bolts from above. With an explosion of lightning and a booming thunderclap, the forces of the Stormcast Eternals manifest in reality and plunge into battle. Energised by the magical tempest, they launch their attack, weapons wreathed in celestial energy. Razor-edged blades rise and fall, and heavy hammers swing in an onslaught that batters down all before it. Theirs is the fury of the heavens unleashed.
In the 192-page hardback Battletome: Stormcast Eternals, you’ll find:
- Warriors of the Celestial Tempest: the origins of the Stormcast Eternals, great warriors plucked from mortality and reforged into sigmarite-clad heroes sworn to annihilate Chaos;
- In Sigmar’s Name: the story of the Realmgate Wars, bitter conflicts fought to control the Realmgates, places of great power that allow travel between the Mortal Realms;
- Life and Death Everlasting: Nagash’s plan to dominate the Mortal Realms, and the necroquake which has resurrected trillions of dead souls, causing a new age of incredibly powerful magic;
- The Works of Sigmar Rise High: details of Stormkeeps, the vast, ornamented fortresses that defend Sigmar’s most vital holdings and send a vital message to all that see them – this is the sovereign domain of the God-King;
- The Stormhosts: a detailed explanation, with illustrations, of the Stormcast Eternals’ army organisation, featuring command structures, iconography and the different types of Chamber – this introduces the Sacrosanct Chamber, dedicated to matters of the arcane and magical, and the Chamber which oversees the process of reforming each Stormcast Eternal warriors;
- Brethren of Sigmarite: details of some of the countless formations employed by the Stormcast Eternals to wage war, along with background and heraldry for the following Stormhosts: Hammers of Sigmar, Hallowed Knights, Celestial Vindicators, Anvils of the Heldenhammer, Knights Excelsior, Celestial Warbringers, Tempest Lords, and Astral Templars;
- A showcase of beautifully-painted Citadel miniatures, with an example army.
All the rules you need in order to get your Stormcast Eternals army ready for the gaming table are here:
- 50 Warscrolls, covering every miniature available to the Stormcast Eternals faction and including 3 Endless Spell warscrolls – Celestian Vortex, Dais Arcanum and Everblaze Comet – for use with Malign Sorcery;
- Allegiance Abilities representing the Idoneth Deepkin’s methods of war – including Command Traits, Battle Traits and 7 separate types of Artefacts of power;
- Lore of the Storm and Lore of Invigoration 2 selections of spells available to Stormcast Eternals wizards (Lore of the Storm is not available to Evocators, however);
- Mount Traits: 6 tables of special traits available to Heroes mounted on Dracoths, Stardrakes, Gryph-chargers, Dracolines or Tauralons;
- Background, Abilities, Command Abilities, Command Traits and Artefacts of Power for each of the following Stormhosts: Hammers of Sigmar, Hallowed Knights, Celestial Vindicators, Anvils of the Heldenhammer, Knights Excelsior, Celestial Warbringers, Tempest Lords, and Astral Templars
- 2 Battleplans, including objectives for both sides, deployment map, special rules and victory conditions; - Rules for creating a Stormcast Eternals warband to use in a Path to Glory campaign, including a Followers Rewards Table, a Champion Rewards Table and a Path to Glory Battleplan;
- 20 Warscroll Battalions conferring advantages for fielding certain combinations of models;
- Pitched Battle Profiles for all units featured in this Battletome, including unit sizes, points values and battlefield roles.
Warscroll Cards: Stormcast Eternals is a pack of 53 large-format cards contains each of the unit Warscrolls from Battletome: Stormcast Eternals – including 3 Endless Spell Warscrolls – printed on individual cards for handy reference in your battles, along with 2 sheets of gaming tokens. These include Command Point and Battle Trait tokens, 3 spell tokens from the Lore of Invigoration, 3 spell tokens from the Lore of the Storms, and a set of Objective tokens.
Please note, you’ll need a copy of Battletome: Stormcast Eternals to use the contents of this set.
Liberators Stormcast Eternals is multi-part plastic kit gives you everything necessary to build 10 Stormcast Eternal Liberators, with the option of assembling 2 as Liberator Primes. Each has the option of 4 different weapon configurations – warhammer and sigmarite shield, two warhammers, warblade and sigmarite shield or two warblades – and there are included two each of these heavy weapon options – grandhammer and grandblade. 4 special heads for the Primes are included.
Supplied with 10 Citadel 40mm Round bases.
Judicators Stormcast Eternals is a multi-part plastic kit gives you everything necessary to build 10 Stormcast Eternal Judicators, with the option of assembling 2 as Judicator Primes. They come armed with either long-range skybolt bows, or boltstorm crossbow and storm gladius, with 2 heavy-weapon shockbolt bow and thunderbolt crossbows included. 4 special heads for the Primes are included.
Supplied with 10 Citadel 40mm Round bases.
This multi-part Warhammer: Age of Sigmar plastic kit gives you everything needed to build five Paladins, who can be built as Retributors, Protectors or Decimators. Armed with Thunderaxes, one model can be built as a Paladin Prime. Another model can be optionally upgraded with a Starsoul Mace, and the box contains a huge amount of variety and options - eighteen heads, twenty shoulder pads, nine tilting shoulder plates.
This Warhammer: Age of Sigmar kit includes five Citadel 40mm Round bases.
Prosecutors Stormcast Eternals is a multi-part plastic kit gives you everything you need in order to build 6 Prosecutors, avenging angels of the Stormcast Eternals. This variant is armed with either the choice of 2 celestial hammers or celestial hammer and sigmarite shield, with 2 sets of 3 special weapons available: grandblade, grandaxe or grandhammer. The hammer-wielding Prosecutors feature unique crest and helm options.
1 model can be optionally assembled as a Prosecutor-Prime, with his own special helmet and crest options. Supplied with 6 Citadel 40mm Round bases and a transfer sheet.
This kit can also be used to assemble Prosecutors with Stormcall Javelins.
This multi-part Warhammer: Age of Sigmar plastic kit contains everything you need to build one Lord-Castellant and one gryph-hound. Armed with a Castellant’s halberd and clutching a warding lantern, the Lord-Castellant is clad in unique armour covered in ornate scrollwork and details. His loyal gryph-hound features a spiked collar and a fearsome beak, perfect for rending the enemies of Order.
Includes two Games orkshop 40mm Round bases.
This multi-part Warhammer: Age of Sigmar plastic kit contains everything you need in order to build one majestic, impressive Lord-Celestant, standing atop a rock in a heroic pose, wielding his sigmarite warhammer, clad in heavy armour and a magical sigmarite warcloak. It includes one Citadel 40mm Round base.
Stormcast Eternals Lord Celestant contains 1 plastic figure on foot.
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.
The herald of the Stormhosts, an avenging angel clutching a glittering starblade that can carve a swathe through the hardiest of foes, the Knight-Azyros wields another, far more potent weapon. He carries a celestial beacon, a lantern radiating the searing light of the heavens, a light that falls upon the forces of Chaos as a sea of torment far more painful than those twisted agonies the Dark Gods gleefully conceive. Wherever this light shines, so might Sigmar cast his divine bolts more easily - the Knight-Azyros is the tip of the spear, bringing glorious illumination to those places thought lost to infinite corruption.
This multi-part plastic kit gives you everything you need in order to build one Knight-Azyros. Featuring striking, posable wings of light, intricate armour and a domed helm, this miniature is an incredible example of the glory of Sigmar’s Stormhosts. The kit can also be assembled as a Knight-Venator, and includes a starblade, dagger, lantern, helm and shoulder pads unique to the Azyros. Twenty-six components in total, includes one Citadel 50mm Round base.
This multi-part Warhammer: Age of Sigmar plastic kit contains everything you need in order to build one Knight-Vexillor, the standard-bearer of the Stormcast Eternals.
A single-pose miniature armed with a warhammer, and carrying either a meteoric standard or a pennant of the stormbringer, he features incredibly intricately-detailed armour. Twelve components are included in total, with one Citadel 40mm Round base and a transfer sheet.
This multi-part Warhammer: Age of Sigmar plastic kit is everything you need to upgrade a set each of Stormcast Eternals Paladins, Liberators and Prosecutors to represent the Celestial Warbringers Warrior Chamber.
Included in this Warhammer Age of Sigmar kit are:
This multi-part Warhammer: Age of Sigmar plastic kit is everything you need to build one of the two following models: A Drakesworn Templar, the retribution of the heavens given form, armed with either a tempest axe, arc hammer, or stormlance and skybolt bow, or A Lord-Celestant on Stardrake; leaders of the Extremis Chamber, commanding the very power of the stars themselves, they carry either a tempestos hammer or stormbound blade and sigmarite shield. The Stardrake itself, an imposingly large model, features different shoulder armour and head options, wing positions, and ruined terrain on the supplied Citadel 170x105mm Oval base.
This multi-part plastic Warhammer Age of Sigmar kit gives you everything you need to assemble two Dracothian Guard! Each miniature can be assembled as either:
- a Fulminator, armed with stormstrike glaive and sigmarite shield;
- a Tempestor, armed with volleystorm crossbow, warblade and sigmarite shield;
- a Concussor, armed with lightning hammer and sigmarite shield;
- a Desolator, armed with thunderaxe and sigmarite shield.
One Dracothian Guard can also be optionally assembled as Lord-Celestant on Dracoth. Comes supplied with two Citadel 90x52mm Oval bases.
Vanguard Hunters Stormcast Eternals is a multi part plastic kit contains the components necessary to assemble 10 Vanguard-Hunters. They come with a host of details, appropriate to their constant movement and veteran status: 2 shock handaxes and 10 sets of boltstorm magazines to attach to their waists, as well as grappling hooks and satchels. 2 arms featuring reloading boltstorm pistols are included as an optional assembly.
2 models in the kit can hold an astral compass – perfect for nomadic guerilla warfare, this arcane device allows them to navigate impossible geometries with ease, and thus attack the enemy from angles they least expect.
2 models can be assembled as Hunter-Primes – these variants feature a unique, sculpted shoulder pad with a bear motif, and carry their own shock handaxe, with inflicts extra attacks in-game.
This kit is supplied with 10 Citadel 40mm Round bases.
Vanguard Palladors is a multi-part plastic kit contains the parts necessary to assemble 3 miniatures mounted on Gryph-chargers and armed with boltstorm pistols and either shock handaxes or starstrike javelins. They come with 3 helmeted heads; these have the option of being modelled with either topknots or crests, depending on how you want your unit to look.
3 boltstorm pistols can be hung from the saddles of the Gryph-chargers, and 1 shock handaxe is to be mounted on the waist of a Vanguard-Pallador. Lots more details are included for hanging from the saddles – 3 grappling hooks, 3 drinking bottles, 3 bedrolls and the scalp of an unidentified creature, whose death was deemed important enough to commemorate...
One model can be assembled as the leader of the unit, a Pallador-Prime – this model is armed with a lunar blade attached to his waist in addition to the other weapons, and features his own shoulder pad, sculpted with a bear motif. He also has an optional bare head to replace the standard Stormcast Eternals helm.
This kit is supplied with a Stormcast Eternals transfer sheet and 3 Citadel 75x42mm Oval bases.
Vanguard Raptors Stormcast Eternals is a multi-part plastic kit containing the parts necessary to assemble 3 models. One model can be assembled as a Raptor Prime – this model features a unique shoulder pad and helmet crest, sculpted with a raptor motif.
Additionally, this kit makes 3 Aetherwings, and the Vanguard-Raptors can be assembled either with Longstrike Crossbows or Hurricane Crossbows.
This Warhammer Age of Sigmar kit contains 71 components, and is supplied with a transfer sheet and 3 Citadel 40mm Round bases (for the Vanguard-Raptors with Hurricane Crossbows), 3 Citadel 60x35mm Oval bases (for the Vanguard-Raptors with Longstrike Crossbows) and 3 Citadel 32mm Round bases (for the Aetherwings).
Gryph Hounds Stormcast Eternals is a multi-part plastic kit contains the components necessary to assemble 6 Gryph-hounds. 2 of these can be assembled as Gryph-hound Alphas, who make more attacks with their beaks and claws. Supplied with 6 Citadel 40mm Round bases.
Lord Aquilor is a multi-part plastic kit containing the parts necessary to assemble one miniature, mounted on a Gryph-charger and armed with a starbound blade, shock handaxe and heavy boltstorm pistol. He comes with a choice of bare or helmeted head, and a selection of accessories – a rope, grapple and bed roll – that can be used to decorate the Gryph-charger’s saddle. A magical astral compass can be attached to the pommel of his saddle.
This Warhammer Age of Sigmar kit contains 32 components, and is supplied with a Citadel 90x52mm Oval base.
Vandus Hammerhand is a multi-part plastic kit containing the components necessary to assemble an iconic Lord-Celestant and stoic leader of many Stormcast Eternals victories, mounted on a powerful Dracoth. He wields a Tempestos Hammer in one hand and holds the reins of this Dracoth in the other, with a sculpted banner of Sigmar streaming above his magnificent headgear. His armour is covered in hammer and lightning symbols – the lithe, furious form of the Dracoth is likewise encased in similar plate. This model makes a great Lord-Celestant for any Stormhost!
Vandus Hammerhand comes as 9 components, and is supplied with a Citadel 90x52mm Oval base.
Neave Blacktalon is a multi part plastic kit containing the components necessary to assemble one model, a Stormcast Eternals Knight-Zephyros. Clad in the golden armour of her fellow Stormcast Eternals, she is posed moving rapidly forward after some unseen target. She holds a whirlwind axe in each hand – these are made from as little metal as possible while still remaining deadly, slicing through the air with incredible speed. As well as these axes she carries a boltstorm pistol, stowed on her belt for easy access. Her armour features the lion and wolf motifs many Stormcasts bear, with a huge fur cloak billowing in the wind behind her. Neave Blacktalon comes with a choice of 2 heads – 1 helmeted and spiked, and 1 bare, featuring long braided hair.
This Warhammer Age of Sigmar model cames as 10 components, and is supplied with a Citadel 40mm Round base.
Nighthaunt: Endless Spells is a multi-part plastic kit containing the components necessary to assemble 3 Endless Spells usable by Nighthaunt wizards in games of Warhammer Age of Sigmar. When used with the Malign Sorcery rules, these can be incredibly powerful tools in your magical arsenal. Included:
- A Shyish Reaper: the ultimate manifestation of finality and death, this is an enormous scythe which swings through the air tearing away mortal souls, sending them screaming into the underworlds;
- A Vault of Souls: this chest siphons away souls – 5 of which are visible as skulls, protruding from the Vault itself – eventually bursting under the pressure, sending forth a lethal explosion that strikes all nearby;
- A Mortalis Terminexus: an hourglass of fate, standing on a column of ethereal energy, which can interfere with the passage of time. This can restore youth and vitality – or wither and age, in the merest blink of an eye.
This kit comes as 16 components supplied on gold-coloured plastic, and includes 2 Citadel 50mm Round bases and a Citadel 100mm Oval base. Warscrolls are found in Battletome: Nighthaunt.
The Lord Ordinator is a multi-part plastic kit contains the components necessary to build a Lord-Ordinator. He comes clad in impressively ornate sigmarite armour – slightly less than most Stormcast Eternals, as his arms are bare between the gauntlets and his lion-and-hammer-motif shoulder pads. He wears a large textured tabard over his chest plate, which extends to a cloak at the rear, held fast by a belt featuring engineering and siege equipment – guides, measuring devices and a ratchet/wrench mechanism hang from his hips. He is using an open box of tools as a footrest – this box features an anemometer. He wears no helmet – instead, we’re treated to a view of his glorious facial hair. Behind his head is an arcanabulum, and topping off the symbolism nicely is an anvil and pair of callipers on his belt. Weaponry-wise, he holds a huge astral grandhammer in his right hand, with his left hand holding the astrolabe which he is peering at with a stern, quizzical glare..
The Lord-Ordinator comes as 10 components, and is supplied with a Citadel 40mm Round base.
The Lord-Exorcist is a master at channeling celestial energy to banish daemons and gheists.
This multi-part plastic kit contains the components necessary to assemble a Lord-Exorcist. Clad in the imposing sigmarite armour of the Stormcast Eternals, this miniature is covered in magical iconography that signifies his status as an arch-manipulator of lost souls. Sigils and scriptures adorn his surfaces, with a large headpiece and belt adornment in the shape of the twin-tailed comet. He holds a book of magic in his left arm, open to a particular passage, and in his his hand grasps the Redemption Stave: this features at the top a casket which traps the spirits of the dead ready for judgment by the strange scales that sit either side. A spirit is depicted being drawn into this casket, ready to face its journey of redemption, and the symbol of the Sacrosanct Chamber is picked out in metal above it all.
This kit comes as 8 components, and is supplied with a Citadel 40mm Round base.
Aventis Firestrike, Magister of Hammerhal is a multi-part plastic kit containing the components necessary to assemble Aventis Firestrike, a Lord-Arcanum on Tauralon. Armed with the Staff of Hammerhal, he rides a specific Tauralon known as Loithar – this great beast has an impressively wide wingspan, with a dense skull and thick curled horns. This mount doesn’t require a huge amount of armour, with but a few pieces of metal around its legs and a chestplate featuring scrollwork and a sigmarite comet. Aventis himself wears the Thunderhead Crown, an ornate helm featuring lightning bolt-shaped spikes, and carries spirit flasks as part of his sigmarite armour – this is covered in detailed iconography, as is the sword and scabbard at his waist. Loithar is modelled with one hoof standing atop the ruins that form part of the base. The kit also contains the components needed to assemble an extra Lord-Arcanum on foot – armed with an aetherstave and spirit flasks, he stands atop a base of sigmarite ruins, and can be modelled casting a lightning orb.
This kit can optionally be used to assemble an unnamed Lord-Arcanum on Tauralon instead of Aventis Firestrike – this has its own head, shoulder and leg options for the Tauralon.
This kit comes as 67 components. Supplied with a Citadel 100mm Round base for the Tauralon, and a Citadel 40mm Round base for the optional Lord-Arcanum on foot.
Evocators on Celestial Dracolines is a multi-part plastic kit containing the components necessary to assemble 3 Evocators on Celestial Dracolines. They are clad in Stormcast Eternals armour, with cloaks, tabards and ornate helms denoting their status as lightning-empowered shock troops of Sigmar. Dotted around their forms is the symbol of the Sacrosanct Chamber, the 3-marked anvil. Each wields a tempest blade and stormstave, with the option for 2 to carry a grandstave instead. The Dracolines they ride are large and fearsome, their forms incredibly dense and muscular; each of their 4 feline limbs ends in terrible claws, and their heads are squat and heavy. The Dracolines have little needs for armour, merely accessorised with a set of reins and saddle each.
1 of the models can optionally be assembled as a Lord-Arcanum, who has a specific head featuring no helmet faceplate (but still clad in a magnificent crest) and carries an aetherstave crackling with celestial magic. The other 2 miniatures are a male and female Evocator, who can be assembled with or without faceplates – these both feature options for assembly as Evocator-Primes, who feature a specific stormstave and lion-motif shoulder pad each.
This kit comes as 107 components, and is supplied with 3 Citadel 90mm Oval bases.
Stormcast Eternals Evocators is a multi-part plastic kit containing the components necessary to assemble 5 Stormcast Eternals Evocators. Each of the 5 is clad in Stormcast Eternals armour, with cloaks, tabards and ornate helms denoting their status as lightning-empowered shock troops of Sigmar. This kit comes as 76 components, and is supplied with 5 Citadel 40mm Round bases and a Stormcast Eternals Transfer sheet.
Stormcast Eternal Sequitors is a multi-part plastic kit containing the components necessary to assemble 10 Stormcast Eternals Sequitors. Specialising in the despatch of the ethereal enemies that haunt the mortal Realms, they wield stormsmite mauls and soulshields, or tempest blades and stormshields – enough weapons are provided for any combination of these you choose, with a further 4 stormsmite greatmaces available. 4 of the models are female with 6 male; all wear thick, heavy armour, long robes and tabards, with sigmarite icons hewn in metal above their helmets. Each model can be assembled with a bare or helmeted head, and can feature pointing arms instead of their shields, and feature a blank left shoulder pad allowing you to depict the symbols of whatever stormhost you desire.
4 of the models can be optionally built as Sequitor-Primes – male and female variants – who have options for redemption caches, shown depicting the soul of a Bloodreaver being torn from their bodies – stowed weapons are included should you choose to build this particularly evocative pose. The Primes have their own specific bare heads, tempest blades, shields, shoulder pads and collars.
This kit comes as 168 components, and is supplied with 10 Citadel 40mm Round bases and a Stormcast Eternals transfer sheet.