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Chaos Knights

Chaos Knights

Chaos Knights were once paragons of honour and nobility, but fell to the corrupting influences of the Dark Gods. In some cases, entire households have turned against the Imperium in this manner, though others fight as masterless, lone renegades known as Dreadblades.

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  • Cerastus Knight Acheron

    Cerastus Knights are sophisticated and towering war-suits, faster and more agile than the smaller Questoris class. The Knight Acheron is a fearsome sight on the battlefield, a reaper of lives designed not only to destroy, but also to inspire terror. The presence of a Knight Acheron warns the foe to expect no mercy, for such grim weapons are only deployed for missions of extermination, to topple the works of the enemy and scour clean their lands with flame.
     
    This multipart plastic kit builds one Cerastus Knight Acheron – a terrifying war engine that reduces all opposition to ashes. Even taller than its Questoris-class cousins, the Knight Acheron strides across the battlefield unleashing bursts of baleful fire from its arm-mounted flamestorm cannon and shredding tougher enemies with blows from its wicked reaper chainfist.
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    This detailed model is highly customisable, with joints in its ankles, knees, hips, head, arms, and waist allowing you to create your own dynamic pose. Its head and arms also offer glueless assembly options to adjust their position mid-game. The kit includes a variety of cosmetic options, including two variant designs for kneepads and greaves, and four hull-mounted icons – one each for Loyalist, Traitor, Mechanicum, and Questoris Household Knights. You can also build the Knight with an open hatch, revealing the seated pilot within.
     
    This kit comprises 253 plastic components, and comes with a Citadel 170x109mm Oval Base. It also includes an Age of Darkness Cerastus Knight Transfer Sheet, containing 517 optional markings and icons for the Knight Households of the Horus Heresy. This miniature is supplied unpainted and requires assembly – we recommend using Citadel Plastic Glue and Citadel paints.
     
    Rules for using this miniature in your games of Warhammer 40,000 are available as a free download on the Warhammer Community website.
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    £112.50
    £125.00 save 10%
  • Cerastus Knight Castigator

    Cerastus Knights are sophisticated and towering war-suits, far more agile than the smaller Questoris class. The Knight Castigator scythes down hordes of lesser foes that might otherwise overwhelm even a Knight through sheer numbers. Capable of obliterating infantry formations in a thunderous rain of mass-reactive explosions or carving apart light vehicles with ease, the Castigator is renowned for the stoic nature of its machine spirit, and often relied on to hold the line.
     
    This multipart plastic kit builds one Cerastus Knight Castigator – a lofty war engine that devastates enemies at any distance. Even taller than its Questoris-class cousins, the Knight Castigator strides across the battlefield to deliver a roaring fusillade of shots from its arm-mounted bolt cannon, then moves in to slice through enemy armour with its crackling tempest warblade, which is as long as a Rhino armoured personnel carrier.
     
    This detailed model is highly customisable, with joints in its ankles, knees, hips, head, arms, and waist allowing you to create your own dynamic pose. Its head and arms also offer glueless assembly options to adjust their position mid-game. The kit includes a variety of cosmetic options, including two variant designs for kneepads and greaves, and four hull-mounted icons – one each for Loyalist, Traitor, Mechanicum, and Questoris Household Knights. You can also build the Knight with an open hatch, revealing the seated pilot within.
     
    This kit comprises 247 plastic components, and comes with a Citadel 170x109mm Oval Base. It also includes an Age of Darkness Cerastus Knight Transfer Sheet, containing 517 optional markings and icons for the Knight Households of the Horus Heresy. This miniature is supplied unpainted and requires assembly – we recommend using Citadel Plastic Glue and Citadel paints.
     
    Rules for using this miniature in your games of Warhammer 40,000 are available as a free download on the Warhammer Community website.
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    £108.00
    £125.00 save 14%
  • Cerastus Knight Lancer

    Cerastus Knights are sophisticated and towering war-suits, with speed and agility that far exceeds the lumbering Questoris-class. The Knight Lancer is the most widely-known variant of the Cerastus chassis, held in high esteem by more impetuous House scions. Its protective ion gauntlet and potent shock lance are perfectly suited to duelling titanic foes face-to-face, and such pilots often race ahead to seek glory by vanquishing the enemy's most prized war machines.
     
    This multipart plastic kit builds one Cerastus Knight Lancer, a swift and aggressive Knight armed for close combat. Even taller than its Questoris-class cousins, the Knight Lancer's long legs allow it to stride across the battlefield in moments. It deflects incoming attacks with its ion gauntlet shield as it races forward, unleashing crackling bolts from its colossal arm-mounted shock lance before charging in to impale the heaviest threats.
     
    This detailed model is highly customisable, with joints in its ankles, knees, hips, head, arms, waist, and even individual fingers, allowing you to create your own dynamic pose. Its head and arms also offer glueless assembly options to adjust their position mid-game. The kit includes a variety of cosmetic options, including two variant designs for kneepads, greaves, and pauldrons, four hull-mounted icons to represent different allegiances, an armorial shield, and three different pennants. You can also build the Knight with an open hatch, exposing the seated pilot within.
     
    This kit comprises 208 plastic components, and comes with a Citadel 170x109mm Oval Base. It also includes an Age of Darkness Cerastus Transfer Knight Sheet, containing 517 optional markings and icons for the Knight Households of the Horus Heresy. This miniature is supplied unpainted and requires assembly – we recommend using Citadel Plastic Glue and Citadel paints.
     
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    £112.50
    £125.00 save 10%
  • Chaos Knights: Knight Abominant (Rampager)

    Seen as especially blessed by the Dark Gods, the Knights Abominant are suffused with the power of the warp. They unleash this eldritch force in deadly waves, corrupting and mutating those nearby, and incinerating distant foes with blasts of volkite energy. In combat they thrash coiling, warp-wrought appendages, crushing anything that remains untainted.
     
    This multipart plastic kit builds one Knight Abominant, a titanic Lords of War choice for your Chaos Knights army – or a wandering Dreadblade for your other Chaos armies. This super-heavy walker is armed with a volkite combustor and writhing electroscourge, as well as a swinging balemace tail and a carapace-mounted diabolus heavy stubber. The Knight Abominant towers over most models on the tabletop, monstrous tusks jutting forward as avian pterrorshades perch atop its hull, and makes for a fantastic painting project. It offers a huge degree of customisation, with detailed components such as vicious faceplates and optional chains, pipes, spikes, and horns allowing you to create a truly unique engine of malice.
     
    This kit can also be assembled as a Knight Abominant or Knight Rampager – any remaining weapons, faceplates, or accessories can be used as spares for your other Knight kits.
     
    This kit comprises 176 plastic components, and is supplied with a Citadel 170mm Oval Base. Also included is a Chaos Knights transfer sheet featuring 339 runes, sigils, and iconography various Dread Households. This miniature is supplied unpainted and requires assembly – we recommend using Citadel Plastic Glue and Citadel paints.
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    £103.50
    £115.00 save 10%
  • Chaos Knights: Wardogs (Brigands, Stalkers, Karnivores)

    War Dog-class Knights act as hunting packs for their Dread Household. Armed with an eclectic array of weaponry, these nimble combat walkers range ahead of the terrible shadow cast by larger Knights, picking off enemy outriders and guarding the flanks of their colossal masters. Among these vicious engines, War Dog Brigands are piloted by those so enamoured of the skilful, ranged kill that they mostly disdain the chaos of close assaults. Some even swear dark pacts compelling them to slay potent foes with elegance, or else to purge war zones of all life with sweeping contempt.
     
    This multipart plastic kit builds two War Dog-class Knights – any combination of War Dog Brigands, War Dog Stalkers, or War Dog Karnivores. War Dog Brigands are a devastating Lords of War choice that can provide deadly long ranged support to your Chaos Knights army – or be taken as a wandering Dreadblade pack for other Chaos forces. Armed with a tank-melting daemonbreath spear and infantry-shredding avenging chaincannon, Brigands are also equipped with your choice of a carapace-mounted diabolus heavy stubber or havoc multi-launcher. Each War Dog Brigand can be further customised with a variety of articulated poses, armour plating, and unique faceplates and accessories, with their large carapaces making them a perfect painting project.
     
    This kit comprises 220 plastic components, and is supplied with 2x Citadel 100mm Round Bases. Also included is a War Dogs transfer sheet featuring 238 runes, sigils, and iconography for various Dread Households. These miniatures are supplied unpainted and require assembly – we recommend using Citadel Plastic Glue and Citadel paints.
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    £51.75
    £57.50 save 10%
  • Codex: Chaos Knights

    With the thunderous tread of gargantuan feet and the booming roar of cannon fire, lances of Chaos Knights charge into their terrified foes. They are demigods of death, wrought in iron, bludgeoning forward under storm clouds of dread and misery. Loping War Dogs hunt foes like giant hounds, while their hulking, abhorrent masters pound and cleave their victims into ruin. These monolithic war suits tower over their enemies, walking engines of tyranny armed with deadly weapons capable of obliterating even the most durable of opposition.
     
    They are piloted by hate-filled Fallen Nobles, connected to their titanic steeds via the arcane neural links of their Throne Mechanicum. Most of these cruel pilots hail from corrupted dread houses – courts of infamy bent on dominion in the name of the Chaos Gods. Others fight as masterless Dreadblades, blighting the galaxy as lone paragons of torment. Where once they defended Mankind as noble champions of honour, Chaos Knights now spread death and despair wherever they march.
     
    This comprehensive book is a must-have for those who play and collect the dread harbingers known as the Chaos Knights, as well as those who entice a Dreadblade Knight to serve in their Chaos armies. It provides all the rules to play a Chaos Knights army – including Dread Households, the Favour of the Dark Gods, and the terrible powers of the Warp Storm – and contains a substantial lore section so that you can learn all about the corruption of the once-chivalric Knight Households, the nature of their vile mechanical steeds, and the devastating armaments they bring to bear in battle.
     
    Inside this 112-page hardback book, you'll find:
     
    – In-depth background on the Chaos Knights, the Iconoclast and Infernal Knight Houses, and the perfidious Dreadblades
    – Detailed artwork of the devastation wrought by these Fallen Nobles and their apocalyptic steeds, as well as the icons of their most feared Houses
    – All the rules you need to play a Chaos Knights army, including 10 datasheets, unique upgrades and powers, and how to include a Knight in other Chaos armies
    – Complete rules for Crusade campaigns and narrative games, in which your Knights set the galaxy aflame as they progress down the Eightfold Path to Damnation
    – An 'Eavy Metal miniatures showcase full of wonderfully painted Chaos Knights miniatures
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    £24.38
    £32.50 save 25%

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  • Datacards: Chaos Knights

    With the thunderous tread of gargantuan feet and the booming roar of cannon fire, lances of Chaos Knights charge into their terrified foes. They are demigods of death, wrought in iron, bludgeoning forward under storm clouds of dread and misery. Loping War Dogs hunt foes like giant hounds, while their hulking, abhorrent masters pound and cleave their victims into ruin. These monolithic war suits tower over their enemies, walking engines of tyranny armed with deadly weapons capable of obliterating even the most durable of opposition.
     
    They are piloted by hate-filled Fallen Nobles, connected to their titanic steeds via the arcane neural links of their Throne Mechanicum. Most of these cruel pilots hail from corrupted dread houses – courts of infamy bent on dominion in the name of the Chaos Gods. Others fight as masterless Dreadblades, blighting the galaxy as lone paragons of torment. Where once they defended Mankind as noble champions of honour, Chaos Knights now spread death and despair wherever they march.
     
    This comprehensive book is a must-have for those who play and collect the dread harbingers known as the Chaos Knights, as well as those who entice a Dreadblade Knight to serve in their Chaos armies. It provides all the rules to play a Chaos Knights army – including Dread Households, the Favour of the Dark Gods, and the terrible powers of the Warp Storm – and contains a substantial lore section so that you can learn all about the corruption of the once-chivalric Knight Households, the nature of their vile mechanical steeds, and the devastating armaments they bring to bear in battle.
     
    Inside this 112-page hardback book, you'll find:
     
    – In-depth background on the Chaos Knights, the Iconoclast and Infernal Knight Houses, and the perfidious Dreadblades
    – Detailed artwork of the devastation wrought by these Fallen Nobles and their apocalyptic steeds, as well as the icons of their most feared Houses
    – All the rules you need to play a Chaos Knights army, including 10 datasheets, unique upgrades and powers, and how to include a Knight in other Chaos armies
    – Complete rules for Crusade campaigns and narrative games, in which your Knights set the galaxy aflame as they progress down the Eightfold Path to Damnation
    – An 'Eavy Metal miniatures showcase full of wonderfully painted Chaos Knights miniatures
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    £8.50
    £17.00 save 50%
  • Datacards: Chaos Knights

    Lead your corrupted household to war with these datacards – an invaluable reference resource for Chaos Knights players. These cards are designed to make referencing key information in your games simple, giving you more time to crush your weakling enemies beneath your mighty tread.
     
    In this set, you'll find easy-reference cards for 26 Stratagems, 6 Dreadblade Pacts and 6 Dreadblade Damnations, plus a full deck of Tactical Objectives cards.
     
    Please note – you'll need a copy of Codex: Chaos Knights to use this set.
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    £6.50
    £13.00 save 50%

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  • Knight Armigers (Helverins, Warglaives, War Dog Executioners/Huntsmen)

    Small and agile compared to their lumbering kin, Armiger-class Knights are still war machines of incredible power. Piloted by young squires or lowborn pilots, Armigers act as mobile support and outriders to keep larger Knights from being surrounded, receiving commands from their Noble lords through the Helm Mechanicum. Among these nimble engines, Armiger Warglaives are fearsome hunters of enemy armour, armed with a deadly close combat weapon and a thermal spear that can melt through the toughest bunkers.
     
    This multipart plastic kit builds two Armiger-class Knights – either Armiger Warglaives or Armiger Helverins. Armiger Helverins are a close-ranged Lords of War choice that can provide deadly melee support to your Imperial Knights army – or be taken as a wandering Freeblade squadron for other Imperium forces. Armed with a tank-melting thermal spear, infantry-shredding reaper chain-cleaver, and your choice of a carapace-mounted heavy stubber or meltagun, each Armiger Warglaive can be further customised with a variety of articulated poses, armour plating, and six unique faceplates, with large carapaces making for a perfect painting project. This kit can also be assembled as a pair of War Dog Executioners or War Dog Huntsmen for Chaos Knights armies.
     
    This kit comprises 148 plastic components, and is supplied with 2x Citadel 100mm Round Bases. Also included is an Armiger transfer sheet, featuring heraldry for Imperial Knights. These miniatures are unpainted and require assembly – we recommend using Citadel Plastic Glue and Citadel paints.
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    £49.50
    £57.50 save 14%
  • Knight Dominus (Valiant Castellan or Tyrant)

    Dominus-class Knights are among the largest available to any Knight house. These walking fortresses march relentlessly into the fight, armed with weapons capable of levelling entire armies, gunfire scattering uselessly off their ion shields. The Knight Valiant defeats its enemies through overwhelming firepower at close range. Its conflagration cannon unleashes a searing, inescapable firestorm, easily annihilating incoming hordes and smashing through opposing battle lines, while its thundercoil harpoon can destroy tanks and monsters with impunity.
     
    This multipart plastic kit builds one Knight Valiant, a titanic line-breaking Lords of War choice for your Imperial Knights army – or a wandering Freeblade for other Imperium forces. This super-heavy walker is armed with an incinerating conflagration cannon, a tank-puncturing thundercoil harpoon, and an array of carapace-mounted meltaguns, shieldbreaker cannons, and missiles. The Knight Valiant makes a fantastic painting project and centrepiece, and offers a range of poses, face plates, and armour pieces, allowing you to create a truly unique engine of war. This kit can also be assembled as a Knight Castellan, as well as a Knight Tyrant for Chaos Knights.
     
    This kit comprises 172 plastic components, and is supplied with a Citadel 170mm Oval Base. Also included is a transfer sheet, featuring heraldry for Imperial Knights. This miniature is unpainted and requires assembly – we recommend using Citadel Plastic Glue and Citadel paints.
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    £103.50
    £115.00 save 10%

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  • Knight Questoris (Errant, Preceptor, Crusader, Gallant, Despoiler)

    Knights Preceptor are designed to embody the Code Chivalric. Their pilots close to an honourable range with the foe, engaging with enough force to show them respect and execute a clean kill with their las-impulsors. Typically, grizzled veterans pilot these Knights, and set an example for their younger comrades by hunting down the largest and most fearsome enemies.
     
    This multi-part plastic kit builds one Knight Preceptor, an honourable and exemplary Lords of War choice for your Imperial Knights armies – or a wandering Freeblade for other Imperium forces. This super-heavy walker is armed with a variable las-impulsor and Preceptor multi-laser, along with your choice of carapace-mounted weaponry, and can issue Knightly Teachings to benefit allied Armiger-class squires. The Knight Preceptor makes a fantastic painting project and, with a huge degree of customisation and incredibly detailed components available during assembly, allows you to create a truly unique engine of war.
     
    This kit can also be assembled as a variety of other Questoris-class Imperial Knights – the Errant, Paladin, Crusader, Gallant, Warden, or the named knight Canis Rex – as well as a Knight Despoiler for Chaos Knights. Any remaining weapons, faceplates, or accessories can be used as spares for your other Knight kits.
     
    The Knight Preceptor kit comprises 250 plastic components, and includes a Citadel 170mm Oval Base and a Citadel 25mm Round Base. Also included is a transfer sheet, featuring heraldry for Imperial Knights.
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    £94.50
    £110.00 save 14%