The Arachnarok Spiders are lumbering monsters of chitin and dripping fangs. They crawl forth from bone-filled pits, over the accumulated corpse mounds of the Grots’ offerings, ravaging any army they are sent against. Blades, bolts and bullets are turned from their thick hides as their legs spear warriors, driving them into the ground before the Arachnaroks sink gigantic fangs into them. On the Arachnaroks’ backs, the Spiderfang Grots mount crude howdahs. These are sometimes used to carry catapults that fling spider-filled webs at their enemies, and often serve as platforms for their wizards to unleash their stinging green sorcery.
This multi-part plastic kit contains 86 components with which to make your Arachnarok Spider truly unique, including a flinger and a catchweb spidershrine. There are also eight Spiderfang Grot crew for the howdah, many tiny spiders to adorn the base and a Spiderfang Shaman. The Arachnarok Spider stands atop a Citadel 160mm Round base.
The three-headed Chimera is one of the most fearsome of all the children of Chaos, a beast whose progenitors were so warped that it is now impossible to say what manner of creatures they might have been. Regardless of their exact form, all Chimerae share a savage and unpredictable nature that makes them easily the worst of all chance encounters. Due to their varied ancestry, Chimerae come in many shapes and forms, manifesting unusual attacks that can catch an enemy off guard. Whether they die by fiery breath or poisonous claw, it's unlikely that an enemy will get to appreciate these subtle differences before they are torn limb from limb, crushed alive, or burnt to a crisp by the rampaging monster in front of them.
This multipart plastic kit contains one Chimera - a finely detailed kit that comes in 23 components, and is supplied with a 120mm oval base. This kit comes supplied unpainted and requires assembly – we recommend using Citadel Plastic Glue and Citadel paints.
Hitler was confident of a short campaign as his German army crashed over the Russian border in 1941. Heroic defence by the massive Soviet armies slowed the Nazi advance. The brave, solid, and loyal Soviet soldiers endured dreadful battle conditions and their equipment was unsophisticated but functional, much like the troops themselves. What they lacked in quality they made up for the sheer numbers in their troops and equipment available to them – as Josef Stalin famously said “Quantity has a quality all of its own.”
This starter army for Bolt Action contains enough troops to make a sizeable starter army for the defence of the Motherland in the bitter winter that beset the Eastern Front. The bitter fighting in Finland had taught some hard lessons to the Red Army where thousands of their men fell victim to frostbite. The cold weather kit later issued was warm and comfortable, frequently padded or quilted, and was much envied by the German troops shivering in thin overcoats.
Soviet HQ (4 metal figures)
Soviet MMG team (metal)
Soviet medium mortar team (metal)
KV-1/KV-2 tank (plastic)
80 Soviet infantry (plastic)
Models supplied unassembled and unpainted
Originating from deep within the Realm of Chaos, the Gaunt Summoners are powerful daemon sorcerers of Tzeentch. Archaon exerts an iron grip upon their souls - they are not only favoured by the Everchosen for their abilities, which are prodigious, but for their helpless devotion to their masters’ twisted whims. Able to twist reality with their dread incantations and engulf whole armies in deadly warpfire, the Gaunt Summoners were responsible for some of the most horrifying atrocities committed during the Age of Chaos. Only nine of these bizarre, faceless creatures exist at any one time, and it is an exceedingly rare event to see more than one appear at any time - it is a testament to their power that a single Gaunt Summoner can change the tide of battle completely.
This multi-part plastic kit contains all the parts necessary to construct one sinister Gaunt Summoner, riding a disc of Tzeentch. Wielding a Changestaff and a Warptongue Blade, this detailed model is borne aloft on a wave of magic, held fast to his Disc by eldritch tentacles and features a book and scroll from which his incantations originate. The Disc comes with six Blades. Eighteen components in total, with a Citadel 40mm Round base.
Isharann Tidecaster Idoneth Deepkin is a multi-part plastic kit containing the components necessary to assemble an Isharann Tidecaster.
Standing atop a large, fallen aelven ruin (the head of a statue, featuring a carved ruin on the forehead), she is posed very much in the manner of a wizard summoning something dark – her eyes are closed, and she clutches a rune in her right hand (the aelven rune for water in fact, an indication of the phantasmal seas she controls). She is clad in metal plate armour, with spiked shoulder pads holding the large cloak that billows behind her. Above her head is a finned crest attached to her helmet, with a shell at the centre. Denoting her wizardly status further is a scroll case and a set of potion bottles that hang from her hip. She is armed with a pelagic staff, and is accompanied a spirit guardian which swims around her, keeping her from harm.
This kit comes as 12 components, and is supplied with a Citadel 32mm Round base.
When the Gloomspite Gitz take to the battlefield, their enemies approach their formations nervously, watchful for the spinning dervishes known as Fanatics.
Armed with a massive ball and chain, Loonsmasha Fanatics are driven loopy with potent fungus brews then unleashed upon the enemy in a whirling storm. Though they inevitably come to grief in the end, Loonsmasha Fanatics cause bloody carnage first.
Spinning madly, Sporesplatta Fanatics swing thwackwheezer puffshrooms attached to heavy metal chains. The spore clouds they generate veil the grot hordes from sight, and invigorate allies even as they choke and blind the foe.
Fanatics are a deadly surprise-attack unit in the Gloomspite Gitz army. Before the game begins, you’ll be able to opt to secretly hide them inside your other units, releasing them for brutal and unexpected attacks.
This kit builds 5 Loonsmasha Fanatics or 5 Sporesplatta Fanatics. This kit is packed with detail as well as a host of spares, including a skeletal squig, mushrooms and a bonus miniature of a grot being sick – perfect for adding some gribbly detail to your chosen bases.
This kit is supplied in 45 components and contains 5 x 32mm round bases and 1 x 25mm round base.
Unleash the malignant magic of the Flesh-eater Courts with these endless spells! Each is a summoned sorcery with strange and powerful effects, usable only by your Flesh-eater Courts, or Nagash himself. Inside this set, you'll find:
- The Cadaverous Barricade, a grisly bulwark that provides cover and slows down enemies
- The Chalice of Ushoran, which heals your Heroes and restores nearby models to life
- The Corpsemare Stampede, a crushing tide of undead horses which deals mortal wounds
This set is supplied in 20 coloured plastic components, and includes 1x 50mm round base and 1x 120mm round base.
A Fane of Slaanesh is a focus of worship wrought in precious metal. Around it are laid offerings to the Dark Prince, but in truth it is one of his most exalted greater daemons that peers through. Those whose offerings meet with the creature’s approval are rewarded highly – but those who offend are justly punished.
Available at no matched play points to all Slaanesh armies in Warhammer Age of Sigmar, the Fane of Slaanesh is a key tactical lynchpin in your army. By sacrificing their life force or their artefact of power, your Heroes can empower themselves, making your Keepers of Secrets, Heralds or any other champions you choose even deadlier. What’s more, summoning Daemons near the Fane of Slaanesh will reward you with depravity points, allowing you to bring even more onto the battlefield.
This kit is supplied in 10 plastic components.