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  • White Dwarf 10 2023 493

    Loaded to the rafters with articles, inspiration, and fiction to get you deeper into your favourite games
    Lore and short stories about the Tome Keepers, Idoneth Deepkin, and more
    Includes card inserts for Warhammer Age of Sigmar, Bunker scenarios, and more
    WD102023
    £6.99
     
  • White Dwarf 11 2022 482

    White Dwarf is Games Workshop's premium Warhammer magazine, packed with amazing content each month – including new rules and background, short stories, regular columns, special guests, and more.

    Contact!
    Letters and painted models from our readers.

    Worlds of Warhammer
    You’ve got to ask yourself one question: how will you pick your new army for 2023? Andy Clark provides us with a decision map to help you work out how to conquer the galaxy!

    Inside the Studio
    Stuff we’ve painted and games we’ve played!

    WARHAMMER 40,000

    - Galactic Warhosts: Darktide
    A modelling and painting article, including conversion guides, inspired by the new first-person action game: Darktide! Will you explore Tertium Hive?

    - Echoes from the Warp
    Robin Cruddace takes a subjective look at objectives and their role, and the impact they can have, in your games.

    - Flashpoint Nephilim: Necrons Army of Renown
    New rules enable you to field a new type of Necron army – the Cult of the Cryptek.
    Provides Necrons players with new rules, 6 Warlord Traits, 6 Cryptek Arkana, and 8 Stratagems.

    WARHAMMER: AGE OF SIGMAR

    - Flashpoint Rondhol: Brutish Momentum
    Targug the Cleaver leads his piratical ogors to join the ongoing war in Rondhol.

    - Paint Splatter
    Want to join Ka-rokk’s Waaagh!? Here are painting guides for Da Choppas! in both Contrast and Classic styles to Battle Ready and Parade Ready levels.

    - Flashpoint Clash: Sins of the Forebears
    The Lumineth must defend the Doomstretch from Tzeentch’s twisted minions in this new Campaign Arc which introduces Realm Rules and a Battleplan as these two archenemies clash in the Realm of Light.

    WARHAMMER: THE HORUS HERESY

    - Column of Iron
    Three new Age of Darkness missions featuring the mighty Predator tank.
    Will you prove your mettle, and wipe out the enemies metal in these missions, Superior Firepower, Line Breakers, and Hunter Killers.

    KILL TEAM

    - Kill Team Engage!
    Five kill teams on an expedition. In Spaaaaace!

    - Adapt or Die
    A short story in which a Kinband of Kroot flees from the Imperial Navy. Yet could it be a cunning ruse?

    - The Lure
    Three new narrative missions to add extra depth to your games for Kill Team: Into the Dark. But, will you take the bait?

    WARCRY

    - Battle Report: Twisted Route
    The Horns of Hashut invade the poisoned lands of the Rotmire Creed in this visually stunning battle report set in the heart of Ghur.

    - Warcry Dashboard
    Make a handy gaming aid for Warcry. This insightful article tells you how.

    - The Bladeborn Return
    New rules for fielding two Warhammer Underworlds warbands in your games of Warcry.
    Entering from the Gnarlwood, the Slaves to Darkness' Gnarlspirit Pack and the Soulblight Gravelords' Sons of Velmorn step forth toward the heart of Ghur itself.

    WARHAMMER UNDERWORLDS

    - Glory Points
    You’ve played Warhammer Underworlds using the Rivals rules. Now, it's time to try Nemesis!
    Dave Sanders talks about exploring new and innovative ways to play Warhammer Underworlds with a deep dive on the new Nemesis format.

    NECROMUNDA

    - Necromunda Underdogs
    Three new scenarios for desperate, Underdog, gangs.

    SPECIAL FEATURES

    - 'Eavy Metal
    Brush Tips
    The ’Eavy Metal team's Max Faleij takes us through a detailed discussion and guides about painting the Leagues of Votann's Greater Thurian League and Ûthar The Destined.

    - Black Library
    Lessons of Rorphax
    The Tome Keepers are back in this short story about the newly reforged 5th Company.

    Also included in this special sleeved issue are the following free inserts:

    Quick Reference Sheet for Necromunda
    Quick Reference Sheet Warhammer: The Horus Heresy
    9x Faction Tac Ops cards for Kill Team (3 each for Wyrmblade, Hunter Clade and Phobos Strike Team Kill Teams)
    Warcry Fighter Cards for the Gnarlspirit Pack and Sons of Velmorn
    An exclusive Warcry Dashboard
    1x White Dwarf Paint Recipe Card
    GOG Codes for 12 Warhammer Computer Games (including: Warhammer 40,000: Gladius – Relics of War, Battlefleet Gothic: Armada, Warhammer 40,000: Dakka Squadron, Warhammer: Shadow of the Horned Rat, Warhammer Quest 2: The End Times, Warhammer 40,000: Chaos Gate (1998), Warhammer 40,000: Rites of War, Man O' War: Corsair, Talisman: Origins, Dark Future: Blood Red States, Final Liberation: Warhammer Epic 40,000, and Mordheim: City of The Damned).
     

    WD112022
    £6.99
     
  • White Dwarf 11 2023 494

    White Dwarf is Games Workshop's premium Warhammer magazine, packed with amazing monthly content – including new rules and background, short stories, regular columns, special guests, and more.
     
    Here’s what you can look forward to in the November issue:
    Contact! – Letters, questions, and pictures of miniatures sent in by you, our readers.
     
    Inside the Studio – A look at the games we've been playing and the models we've been painting recently.
     
    WHITE DWARF BUNKER
    Access Granted! – An introduction to this month’s action in the White Dwarf Bunker.
     
    Challenges – Take part in our Monsters and Machines painting challenge.
     
    The Slidecrown Sundering – The Warhammer Age of Sigmar narrative campaign continues. Will the land be preserved or obliterated?
     
    Scenario of the Month – New scenarios for Warhammer 40,000 and Warhammer Age of Sigmar, plus new gaming content for Warhammer Quest: Cursed City.
     
    Basic Training – Gaming and tactical advice. This issue is about getting the most out of moving and shooting.
     
    Hobby Hangout – Lewis Collins shows off the Tome Keepers Space Marines force he painted in record time.
     
    Satellite Uplink – Introducing the GR Meme Team, plus some of our favourite painting challenge entries.
     
    WARHAMMER 40,000
    Index Astartes: Raptors – The Space Marine masters of guerilla warfare come under the spotlight.
     
    Covert Warfare – Crusade rules for using the Raptors in battle. Watch out, they're super sneaky.
     
    Battle Report: Blood Feud – The Death Guard and World Eaters clash in this high-intensity matched play battle.
     
    Brush Tips – The 'Eavy Metal team astound us with an Aeldari Corsairs painting challenge.
     
    WARHAMMER AGE OF SIGMAR
    Cross the Water – A water-themed battlepack suited for the next stage of the Slidecrown Sundering campaign.
     
    A Tale of Four Warlords – Jake, Ant, Laura, and Chris return with new additions for their ever-expanding forces.
     
    Endless Battle – Deployment, Ruse, Scenario, Twist – a battlepack for randomly generated battleplans.
     
    The Call of the Hunt – A wholly disturbing tale of the cycle of life in Ghyran. Cover your ears, kids!
     
    Ark Arcana: Anatomy of a Dawnbringer Crusade – From scouting forces to vast crusading armies, what makes up a Dawnbringer Crusade?
     
    WARCRY
    Nethermaze Bladeborn – Bladeborn rules for four Warhammer Underworlds warbands making their way into Warcry. You'll find rules for Hexbane's Hunters, Skittershank's Clawpack, The Shadeborn, and the Gorechosen of Dromm.
     
    WARHAMMER: THE HORUS HERESY – LEGIONS IMPERIALIS
    Founding Legions – Five studio hobbyists start work on their Legions Imperialis armies.
     
    NECROMUNDA
    A House Divided – The Aranthian Succession campaign continues in the wake of Lord Helmawr's demise.
     
    SPECIAL FEATURES
    The Instigator – a short story about Orks lootin' a spaceship. At least that was the plan, till it all went wrong... Written by Rhuairidh James.Each copy of issue 494 also comes with card inserts, including a dial card to represent the balance of power in The Slidecrown Sundering campaign, 1x card with the dial hand, 2x Bunker Achievement Cards, 12x Warhammer Age of Sigmar Open War cards (6x Maps & 6x Scenarios) and a double sided card featuring the Bunker Scenarios of the month for Warhammer Age of Sigmar and Warhammer 40,000.Additionally included is a double-sided paper poster featuring Kruleboyz and Stormcast Eternals artwork on either side. A Warhammer 40,000: Tacticus card is also included, with a code to unlock Commissar Yarrick in that game*.* Commissar Yarrick is an existing character in the game so, for those that already have him, they will receive Yarrick-'shards' to go towards their progress of upgrading him. The code is valid for a limited time and will expire on 31 March 2024.
    WD112023
    £6.99
     

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  • White Dwarf 12 2022 483

    White Dwarf is Games Workshop's premium Warhammer magazine, packed with amazing content each month - including new rules and background, short stories, regular columns, special guests, and more.
     
    Here’s what you can look forward to in the December issue:
     
    - Contact!
    Letters and painted models from our readers.
     
    - Worlds of Warhammer
    You’ve got to ask yourself one question: how will you pick your new army for 2023? Warhammer Age of Sigmar background writer, Leila Craven, guides us through the toughest of decisions.
     
    - Inside the Studio
    Check out the games we’ve played and the models we’ve painted this month.
     
    - ‘Eavy Metal Brush Tips
    ’Eavy Metal's Connor Richardson explores the fine art of painting black, and even more black, with the ever-sombre Phoenix Lord of the Dark Reapers, Maugan Ra.
     
    WARHAMMER 40,000
    - Flashpoint Nephilim: Armies of the Anomaly
    The war in the Nephilim Sector escalates as new Imperial and Necron forces join the fray.
     
    - Flashpoint Nephilim: Depths of the Tomb
    Provides a suite of rules for players to engage in a new map-based campaign set in the depths of a Necron tomb. It's time to purge the xenos filth!
     
    - Galactic War Hosts: Heroes and Villains
    A gallery of stunning characters built and painted by members from across the studio.
     
    - Battle Report: A Miner Detour
    It’s the Leagues of Votann's battle report debut in White Dwarf, and they face off against the Genestealer Cults in this high-octane space chase!
    NOTE: This Battle Report was recorded before the recent Leagues of Votann Balance Dataslate. As such, the points valued shown in this Battle Report are no longer accurate. Refer to Warhammer Community for the most up to date points for your Leagues of Votann collection.
     
    KILL TEAM
    - Kill Team Engage!
    The Dwarfers complete their second expedition into the depths of the Gallowdark, and finally find some much-needed resources!
     
    WARHAMMER: THE HORUS HERESY
    - Artillery Bombardment
    Missiles! Missiles for everyone! Plus three new Warhammer: The Horus Heresy - Age of Darkness Missions for the Scorpius Missile Tank: Deadly Bombardment, Counter Battery Attack, and Tank Hunter Cadres.
     
    - Sons of the Emperor
    A gallery of 14 Primarchs painted by Golden Demon winner Damien Tomasina.
     
    WARHAMMER AGE OF SIGMAR
    - Flashpoint Rondhol: The Kraken Strikes
    The Kraken Blades join the war against Ka-rokk’s great green horde.
     
    - Flashpoint Rondhol: The Great Stomp Part 3
    Ka-rokk’s Waaagh! stomps towards Everquake City. Will you join them or stand in their way? Includes a new Event Table and 15 Status Cards to add an extra layer of depth to your campaign.
     
    - Rules of Engagement
    Lead games developer Matthew Rose explores the development process of coming up with the very best rules.
     
    - Sveldyr Lodge
    Their fires may have gone out, but Joel Day’s ice-themed Fyreslayers still looks cool!
     
    WARHAMMER UNDERWORLDS: GNARLWOOD
    - Glory Points
    Have you created a Nemesis deck yet? No? We thought not. Dave Sander's hands out some useful tips to help you along.
     
    BLACK LIBRARY
    Da Wrong Type of Green, by Denny Flowers
    A mob of grots fight humies. But dese humies have too many arms and smell weird…
     
    Each physical copy of issue 483 comes with 24 game tiles to play the Warhammer 40,000 campaign, Depths of the Tomb, plus 20 Campaign Cards for use with the Warhammer Age of Sigmar campaign, The Great Stomp.
    WD122022
    £6.99
     
  • White Dwarf 12 2023 495

    White Dwarf 12 2023 495

    WD122023
    £6.99
     

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  • White Scar Primaris Upgrades and Transfers

    Show your allegiance to the sons of Chogoris with this set of upgrades and transfers for your Primaris Space Marines. It can be used to upgrade a variety of squads with iconography and details specific to the White Scars Chapter.
     
    Contents:
    – 5 White Scars Mk X power armour shoulder pads (designed for use with Hellblasters/Intercessors)
    – 1 White Scars Mk X power armour shoulder pad (for sergeants/characters from Hellblasters/Intercessors squads)
    – 2 White Scars Gravis armour shoulder pads (designed for use with Aggressors)
    – 1 White Scars Gravis armour shoulder pad (for sergeants/character from Aggressors squads)
    – 2 White Scars bare heads
    – 1 White Scars helmeted head
    – 1 right arm holding a pair of skulls
    – 1 left arm holding a chainsword
    – 3 White Scars decorations including a skull, length of hair and ammo pouch.
    – Transfer sheet including Chapter, squad and vehicle transfers, as well as campaign badges, squad numbers, rank and honour markings.
    55-23
    £15.30
    £17.00 save 10%
  • Winged Nazgûl

    The Ringwraiths, or Nazgûl, were once the Kings of Men, the bearers of the magical rings created by Sauron. Their rings granted endless life but gradually enslaved the Kings to Saurons will. Together with their leader, the Witch-king of Angmar, they are known as the Nine and are the most deadly of Sauron's servants. 
     
    This box set contains one multipart plastic Winged Nazgûl. This 31-piece kit can be assembled as either a Ringwraith mounted on a Fell Beast and includes two different Ringwraith head and weapon-arm variants, or as the Witch-king mounted on armoured Fell Beast. Model supplied with a 60mm round, scenic base.
    30-38
    £38.25
    £42.50 save 10%
  • Witch Aelves (Sisters of Slaughter)

    Witch Aelves Daughters of Khaine is a multi-part plastic kit containing the components necessary to assemble a set of 10 miniatures. They wear lightweight, minimal armour in order to move and flow more freely in their devotional bloodlust – what armour is there is beautifully ornate, finished by high leather boots. Each Witch Aelf carries a pair of wickedly sharp sacrificial knives, and they’re all posed in an appropriate pirouetting stance. There are 12 heads in the kit – 6 pairs of individual designs – each of which comes with an additional headdress. The leader of the unit, the Hag, can be identified by the extra-spiky headdress she wears. There are 2 banners with 3 different banner tops for standard bearers and a horn to denote the unit’s hornblower.

    Witch Aelves for Warhammer Age of Sigmar come as 67 components, and are supplied with 10 Citadel 25mm Round bases and a banner transfer sheet. This kit can be optionally used to assemble 10 Sisters of Slaughter.

    85-10
    £33.75
    £37.50 save 10%

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  • World Eaters Khârn the Betrayer

    Kill! Maim! Burn!
     
    This is Khârn the Betrayer’s mantra, and it has become infamous across the Imperium as a harbinger of carnage to follow. Khârn embodies the eightfold path of Khorne; friend and foe alike are left broken, twitching and torn apart in his wake. As he sprints into battle, his bellowed war cries boom from the vox-grill of his helm, striking terror into the hearts of even the bravest. His plasma pistol spits bolts of destruction almost indiscriminately into his enemies as he closes in, as his screaming chainaxe Gorechild rips apart any survivors with utterly inhuman speed. Even before his last victim has hit the bloodied ground, Khârn has charged off in search of more blood for the Blood God.
     
    This multi-part plastic kit contains the components necessary to assemble Khârn the Betrayer, a single-pose model armed with a plasma pistol and his chainaxe, Gorechild. Supplied with a Citadel 40mm Round base.
    43-25
    £22.50
    £25.00 save 10%
  • World Eaters: Angron Deamon Primarch Of Khorne

    Angron is the Red Angel, Lord of the World Eaters, the Daemon Primarch of Khorne. Raised as a slave in the brutal fighting pits of Nuceria, this maddened demigod sought glorious death in the battles of the Horus Heresy – only to be damned to an eternity of undying rage. For ten thousand years he has savaged the Imperium, fury given immortal form, the butchers of the XII Legion following in his bloody wake. When he steps forth into realspace, Angron is an unstoppable engine of destruction with the strength to tear apart bastions with his bare hands and stop Titans in their tracks. His very presence drives those around him into a frenzy of wrath and fear, as he carves his way through entire armies in a whirlwind of apocalyptic bloodshed.
     
    This multipart kit builds Angron, Daemon Primarch of Khorne – the eternal master of the World Eaters Legion. This imposing warrior towers head and shoulders above most miniatures on the battlefield, including his own frenzied sons amongst the World Eaters. He's armed with his massive chainaxe, Spinegrinder, and the brutal rune-etched daemon sword known as Samni’arius – both weapons chained to his wrists in true Nucerian style. His warped form is festooned with grisly trophies and World Eaters iconography, with a barbed club-tail whipping behind him, shadowed by a pair of sinister spiked wings. Even his base is littered with skulls, as his hooved feet mount a broken rocky outcrop.
     
    Angron's monstrous visage can be built in a fanged roar or close-mouthed snarl, and he can be assembled with his infernal musculature laid bare, or clad in the twisted Armour of Mars – the same gladiatorial plate that he wore during the Horus Heresy, warped to match his daemonic form. However you build him, the powerful physique, dynamic pose, and sheer size of this fallen Primarch commands immediate attention, making him a truly impressive centrepiece in any World Eaters army and an absolute treat for painters and collectors of all stripes.
     
    This kit comprises 77 plastic components, and is supplied with a Citadel 100mm Round Base. This miniature is supplied unpainted and requires assembly – we recommend using Citadel Plastic Glue and Citadel Colour paints.
    43-28
    £90.00
    £100.00 save 10%
  • World Eaters: Exalted Eightbound

    Eightbound are Heretic Astartes possessed by eight separate daemons of Khorne, their swollen forms virtually unrecognisable from the World Eaters they once were. As a result, these warped warriors exhibit unthinkable strength and savagery, far in excess of their mortal brethren. Wielding all manner of enormous chain weapons, a pack of Eightbound are capable of ripping apart almost anything that dares to stand against them.
     
    This multipart plastic kit builds three Eightbound – shockingly potent demi-daemons fielded by the World Eaters. These monstrous warriors resemble warped, overgrown Khorne Berzerkers, from their exposed muscles and cybernetics to their ornate and twisted armour. Each Eightbound is armed with two eviscerators, massive chain weapons resembling chainswords or chainaxes. You can also build an Eightbound Champion, who can instead be armed with a pair of cleaver-like lacerators, or a two-handed heavy chainglaive.
     
    The kit is loaded with interchangeable and cosmetic components, including alternate heads, different designs for chest plates, shoulder pads, and power packs, the ability to mix in more mutated parts, and the option to build your Eightbound with bare torsos. There's enough variety to make each Eightbound pack unique, and fill your bits box with extras. This kit can alternatively build three Exalted Eightbound, an even more heavily-mutated squad of World Eaters.
     
    This kit comprises 88 plastic components – a truly auspicious number – and is supplied with 3x Citadel 40mm Round Bases. Also included is a World Eaters Transfer Sheet, with 200 transfers featuring Khornate symbols, runic tattoos, eight-pointed stars, skulls, and variations on the World Eaters Legion icon. These miniatures are supplied unpainted and require assembly – we recommend using Citadel Plastic Glue and Citadel Colour paints.
    43-72
    £33.75
    £37.50 save 10%
  • World Eaters: Jakhals

    Jakhals are chosen from the strongest, most savage, and bloodthirstiest followers of the World Eaters. Though merely human, these elite cultists seek to emulate the frenzied purity of their gore-crazed masters in any way they can, and dive into combat with wild abandon. Each Jakhal goes to battle strapped with a tank of chemical stimms and tainted blood, which drives them into an unstoppable fury of hacking and slashing with their chain weapons as they strive to earn the favour of their bloody lords.
     
    This multipart plastic kit builds 10 Jakhals – human cultists sworn to the service of the World Eaters. Each model is equipped with paired chainblades and a holstered autopistol, and carries a container of sinister chemicals on their back. One of these warriors is a hulking Dishonoured, bigger and more powerful than their comrades, who can instead be armed with a spiked skullsmasher mace. The kit includes components to arm one Jakhal with a two-handed mauler chainblade, equip another with a skull-strung Jakhal icon, and build a Jakhal Pack Leader with a grisly trophy rack. You'll also find loads of cosmetic build options for both Jakhals and Dishonoured, including a variety of interchangeable heads, weapons, and arms to mix things up across your whole army.
     
    This kit comprises 96 plastic components, and is supplied with a Citadel 40mm Round Base and 10x Citadel 28.5mm Round Bases. Also included is a World Eaters Transfer Sheet, with 200 transfers featuring Khornate symbols, runic tattoos, eight-pointed stars, skulls, and variations on the World Eaters Legion icon. These miniatures are supplied unpainted and require assembly – we recommend using Citadel Plastic Glue and Citadel Colour paints.
    43-57
    £29.25
    £32.50 save 10%
  • World Eaters: Lord Invocatus (World Eaters Lord on Juggernaut)

    Lords of the World Eaters have spent countless mortal lifetimes leading their warriors into bloody battles across the galaxy. Some have achieved such great feats of carnage that the Taker of Skulls has seen fit to reward them with a juggernaut – a savage daemonic steed with brazen skin and molten ichor, capable of crushing all in its path as the two charge into the fray.
     
    This multipart plastic kit builds a World Eaters Lord on Juggernaut – a deadly killer mounted atop a brass-skinned daemon. This mighty warrior is clad in armour decorated with the symbols of Khorne, with a choice of two different shoulder pads for each arm, and can be built with one of two heads – an ornate crested helm, or a bare head wearing a snarling rebreather. The Lord wields an exalted chainblade in the form of either a vicious chainsword or long-handled chainaxe, and is also armed with a plasma pistol – he can be posed aiming the pistol at his enemies, or clinging to one of his mount's rings. His juggernaut steed is covered in biomechanical detail, and also offers two different head options – one with a sleek bladed crest, the other sporting a jagged horn.
     
    This kit can alternatively build Lord Invocatus.
     
    This kit comprises 66 plastic components, and is supplied with a Citadel 90x52mm Oval Base. This miniature is supplied unpainted and requires assembly – we recommend using Citadel Plastic Glue and Citadel Colour paints.
    43-26
    £36.00
    £40.00 save 10%
  • Wracks

    Each Warhammer 40,000 Drukhari Wracks is an abhorrent example of his master's surgical craftsmanship, an individual cut apart and refashioned into a walking instrument of torture. Masked and modified to better instil fear into those they encounter, they act as the hands of the Haemonculi in the world outside, and upon the field of battle they will defend their creator with their lives. Most Warhammer 40,000 Dark Eldar Wracks will be surgically enhanced with heavy metal gauntlets, razor-sharp blades, needles, vials of poison and all manner of disturbing, exotic weapons with which to shred their foes. The more pain they cause, the better.

     

    This 86-piece plastic kit makes five Wracks. Each Wrack can be equipped with a host of weapons, including hooked blades, studded clubs, 1 liquifier gun and 1 ossefactor. There are also eleven heads, including three intended for the Acothyst. This kit also includes two additional sets of arms which allow you to convert one Wrack into a Raider pilot or gunner

    These miniatures are supplied unpainted and require assembly - we recommend using Citadel Super Glue and Citadel Paints.

    CURRENTLY SUPPLIED IN A PLAIN WHITE BOX

    99120112021
    £24.00
     

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  • Wraithbone Spray Paint

    Wraithbone Spray

    62-33
    £14.45
     
  • Wraithguard

    Possessing deadly long-ranged weaponry, Wraithguard are constructs made from wraithbone, imbued with the spirit stones of dead Aeldari.
     
    The Wraithguard can be equipped with a wraith cannon, or a D-scythe to banish foes into the warp.
     
    This multi-part plastic kit contains 135 components and an Aeldari Transfer Sheet with which to make five Aeldari Wraithguard or Wraithblades.
     
    This kit comes supplied unpainted and requires assembly - we recommend using Citadel Plastic Glue and Citadel Paints.
    46-13
    £33.75
    £37.50 save 10%
  • Xandire's Truthseekers

    Xandire's Truthseekers are a band of Thunderstrike armour-clad Stormcast Eternals and their aetherwing companion. This warband is charged with carrying out quests by the God-King Sigmar himself.
     
    This boxed set builds all four members of the Xandire's Truthseekers warband for use with your Stormcast Eternals armies in games of Warhammer Age of Sigmar.
     
    The kit comprises 24 push-fit plastic components, including four integrated scenic bases, which are supplied unpainted and require assembly – we recommend using Citadel Colour paints.
     
    This set does not include cards for using these miniatures in games of Warhammer Underworlds.
    99120218079
    £25.00
     
  • XV8 Crisis Battlesuits Tau Empire

    An iconic rendering of T'au technological progress and ingenuity, the XV8 Crisis Battlesuit is a thing of joy to behold in battle - unless you're its target. Skimming along on the jets of their repulsor engines, Crisis Battlesuits close on their enemy with a surprising speed, unloading their diverse weaponry and leaping away in a split second. Only the best T'au warriors are allowed to pilot these machines, spending years on the front line before even being considered for this honour. Able to be dropped from a planet's upper atmosphere, slamming into ranks of enemies like a tidal wave, the XV8 Crisis Battlesuit is the ultimate balance of firepower, speed and resilience.
     
    This multi-part plastic kit contains everything needed to build three XV8 Crisis Battlesuits, with six accompanying drones. There's an impressive level of customisation available, with ball fittings allowing unprecedented posability. One miniature can be optionally assembled as a Shas'vre, with special head and chest plate, and there's a prodigious amount of advanced T'au weaponry in the box: four plasma rifles, three flamers, four fusion blasters, four burst cannons, three missile pods and three shield generators. The accompanying drones have options for gun, shield or marker variants, and you can build a total of six drones, with up to three of any one type. The kit also includes an assortment of battlesuit electronics systems. One model in the kit can even be built as the new, experimental Iridium-class XV8-02 Crisis Battlesuit - distinguishable by its thicker armour and aggressive appearance. Huge variety!
     
    152 components are included in total, with three Citadel 50mm Round bases and three Citadel small Flying bases.
    56-07
    £45.00
    £50.00 save 10%
  • XV88 Broadside Battlesuit

    Designed to offer long-range support, the XV88 Broadside Battlesuit has exceeded expectations, becoming a mainstay of the Hunter Cadres and tank-killers of legendary proportions. Powered by a particle accelerator, a Broadside's heavy rail rifle shot can penetrate the thickest plasteel bunkers.
     
    With robust armouring, manoeuvrability and a stack of weapons within the box, the XV88 Broadside Battlesuit provides the T'au collector with a number of options. The kit brings a fresh twist to the line of T'au battlesuits – they're noticeably denser models with a great presence in a collection of miniatures. Each one features a particle accelerator on the back. The standard weapon is for the long and immensely powerful-looking twin-linked rail rifle, though they can be outfitted with eye-wateringly potent and somewhat fist-like twin-linked high yield missile system pods. If that wasn't enough, then you can also use the twin-linked smart missile – enough to please any T'au weapons connoisseur. The kit comes with a Shield Drone and Missile Drone.
     
    This multi-part plastic kit contains 91 components and a T'au transfer sheet with which to make a Broadside Battlesuit and two Drones.
     
    This kit comes supplied unpainted and requires assembly - we recommend using Citadel Plastic Glue and Citadel Paints.
    56-15
    £33.75
    £37.50 save 10%
  • Yltharis Guardians Dice

    Match your dice to your favourite Warhammer Underworlds warband with this Ylthari’s Guardians themed set! Cast in coloured plastic to match these noble Sylvaneth warriors, this set contains enough dice to handle the most ambitious attacks or stalwart defences. This set contains: 5 white and burgundy attack dice with black details 3 black defence dice with green details

    110-52D
    £6.00
     
  • Yvraine

    Yvraine, known as the Daughter of Shades, is a fearsome warrior and psyker. She was once brought back to life by the power of the Aeldari God of the Dead and now operates as their emissary. In battle she wields the Cronesword Kha-vir, the Sword of Sorrows, which can turn an enemy to ash with the slightest touch. The power of Ynnead manifests when she fights, lending strength to the warriors around her such that they appear as blurs of violence.
     
    This kit builds Yvraine and her Gyrinx familiar. Formidable in combat and an exemplary psyker, her poise and grace mask her merciless nature in battle. When her allies fall, she gains strength from them, thanks to her pact with Ynnead, the Aeldari God of the Dead.
     
    This set comprises 19 plastic components and is supplied with a Citadel 75mmx42mm Oval Base. This miniature is supplied unpainted and requires assembly – we recommend using Citadel Plastic Glue and Citadel paints.
    99070104009
    £25.00
     

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  • Zombie Dragon (Terrorgheist)

    The Zombie Dragon is an enormous skeletal beast, with ragged wings that stretch out between exposed bones, each of which possess thick muscle fibres. Its large, demonic skull features prominent teeth and a long tongue.
     
    The kit comes with plenty of optional extras, including two different riders - the Vampire Lord, who comes with a huge variety of different weapons, and the rather more bestial Abhorrant Ghoul King.
     
    This multi-part plastic kit contains 85 components, a Citadel 130mm Round base and a Citadel 25mm Round base.
     
    Optionally, you can build the kit as Prince Vhordrai, a Vampire Lord on Zombie Dragon, a Terrorgheist, an Abhorrant Ghoul King on Terrorgheist, or an Abhorrant Ghoul King on Zombie Dragon.
    99120207035
    £42.50
     

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  • Zone Mortalis: Bases Set

    With this set of 35 plastic bases you can make it look like your gangs are fighting within the confines of the deadly Zone Mortalis. Their design matches that of the Zone Mortalis floor tiles and, as well as being perfect for any of your Necromunda models, they also provide interesting options for basing Warhammer 40,000 miniatures.
     
    This set contains 15 x 25mm, 15 x 32mm, and 5 x 40mm round, plastic sculpted bases.
    99120599022
    £12.00
     
  • Zone Mortalis: Columns and Walls

    The Zone Mortalis is literally "the deadly ground" – short-range gunflights take place as fighters dart between cover and brutal melee is almost impossible to escape from.
     
    Add to your Zone Mortalis terrain with additional columns and walls. This multipart plastic set contains:
    – 6 Columns
    – 1 Wide Wall
    – 4 Walls
    – 2 Wide Doors
    – 2 Doors
     
    This highly detailed plastic kit has been designed to be as interchangeable as possible, offering maximum opportunity to create different layouts. It's fully compatible with all other Zone Mortalis kits and makes ideal terrain for games of Necromunda, Warhammer 40,000 or even Kill Team.
    300-48
    £51.75
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  • Zone Mortalis: Gang Stronghold

    The Zone Mortalis is literally "the deadly ground" – short-range gunflights take place as fighters dart between cover, and brutal melee is almost impossible to escape from. Even in such a lethal environment, a gang needs somewhere to live.
     
    Create a headquarters for your gang so that they have their own little corner of the underhive to call home. The Stronghold can be assembled in a variety of ways and multiple kits can easily be combined to grow the size of your base. It's also fully compatible with the other Zone Mortalis kits, meaning that you can create epic Necromunda terrain. The Stronghold can be used as the focal point of a scenario, with one gang defending their home turf from a rival.
     
    This 157-part plastic kit makes one Zone Mortalis: Gang Stronghold, consisting of:
    – 1x Watchtower
    – 1x Gunk Tank
    – 1x Set of Stronghold Gates
    – 4x Stronghold Walls
    – 2x Stronghold Corners
    – 1x Stronghold Wall Extension
     
    The set includes rules and direction for using the various more unique elements of the terrain set in games of Necromunda, including rules for the stronghold gate, the watchtower, the gunk tank and firing ports along the edge of the Stronghold.
     
    Build your gang a home in the underhive
    Includes special rules for defending and assaulting the Stronghold
    Fully compatible with the other Zone Mortalis kits
    300-69
    £54.00
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  • Zone Mortalis: Platforms and Stairs

    The Zone Mortalis is literally "the deadly ground" – short-range gunflights take place as fighters dart between cover and brutal melee is almost impossible to escape from.
     
    Add to your Zone Mortalis terrain with additional platforms and stairs. This set contains:
    – 2 Stairs
    – 16 Platforms
    – 2 Wide Platforms
    – 12 Railings
    – 4 Ladders
    – 1 Lift
     
    This highly detailed plastic kit has been designed to be as interchangeable as possible offering maximum opportunity to create different layouts. It's fully compatible with all other Zone Mortalis kits and makes ideal terrain for games of Necromunda, Warhammer 40,000 and even Kill Team.
    300-49
    £40.50
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  • Zone Mortalis: Underhive Market

    Even in the deadly Zone Mortalis, markets pop up in the crossfire as merchants and scroungers attempt to make a quick sale. Full of rare goods, counterfeit wares, and desirable weapons, these maze-like markets are frequently the sites of firefights between gangs, and the Palanite Enforcers are no stranger to the flimsy cover of a stall's awning.
     
    This kit allows you to build your own Underhive Markets from a host of terrain pieces and accessories, such as market stalls, gun racks, storage caskets, and the assorted detritus that litters the bazaars of the underhive.
     
    This kit comprises of 45 plastic components, with which you can assemble the following Underhive Market terrain pieces:
     
    - 2x large market stalls
    - 2x small market stalls
    - 2x horologium
    - 2x gun racks
    - 2x large storage caskets
    - 2x power units
    - 4x plasma flasks
    - 2x lockboxes
    - 2x buckets
    - 4x signs
    - 6x mugs
    - 2x Mung vases
    - 2x coin piles
     
    This kit is supplied unpainted and requires assembly – we recommend using Citadel Plastic Glue and Citadel paints.
    300-85
    £29.25
    £32.50 save 10%

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