The cookie settings on this website are adjusted to allow all cookies so that you have the very best experience. If you continue without changing your cookie settings, we'll assume that you are happy to receive all cookies on our website. However, if you would like to, you can change your settings at any time using the Change cookie settings link in the Special menu. 
    
 

Printable version

Special offers

Kill Team: Hearthkyn Salvagers


Kill Team: Hearthkyn Salvagers

Details

Sales Code
103-33
Manufacturer
In stock
1 item(s) available
List Price
£40.00
Our price
£36.00 (Save 10%)

Options

Quantity (1 available)


Hearthkyn Salvagers are experienced combat-surveyors of the Leagues of Votann, deployed to scout out hazardous locations such as drifting space hulks and rad-blasted killzones in search of wealth and resources. Loaded with advanced equipment for scanning and navigating their dangerous surroundings, these doughty explorers use bursts of intense firepower to eliminate anyone obstructing their search.
 
This multipart plastic kit builds 10 Hearthkyn Salvagers, stalwart Kin prospectors who operate in the riskiest conditions. These miniatures can be used as Hearthkyn Salvager operatives in games of Kill Team, or fielded as Hearthkyn Warriors for Leagues of Votann armies in Warhammer 40,000. Each model can be armed with an ion blaster or an Autoch-pattern bolter, as well as a variety of special weapons like the magna rail rifle and HYLas rotary cannon. The kit includes loads of different heads, helmets, and accessories to customise your Kin, plus components to build specialists for kill team, such as a soaring Jump Pack Warrior or analytical Kognitâar.
 
This kit comprises 199 plastic components and is supplied with 10x Citadel 28.5mm Round Bases. These miniatures are supplied unpainted and require assembly – we recommend using Citadel Plastic Glue and Citadel paints.
  • Customers Also Bought

  • Space Marine Land Raider Crusader/Redeemer

    A linebreaker without peer, the Warhammer 40,000 Space Marine Land Raider Crusader can smash through enemy formations, disgorging Space Marine assault troops into the heartof the enemy position. Numerous short-ranged and swift-firing weapons allow the Warhammer 40,000 Space Marine Crusader to weaken the enemy before the assault is launched, and provide a torrent of fire to support its cargo once in combat.

    The Warhammer 40,000 Space Marine Land Raider Redeemer is an evolution of the Crusader variant. The Redeemer retains the assault cannon and frag launchers of the Crusader, but eschews the hurricane bolter sponsons for colossal flame projectors. These flamestorm cannons are able to purge even a well-defended bunker complex in seconds.

    This box set contains one multi-part plastic Warhammer 40,000 Space Marine Land Raider Crusader/Redeemer. This large 124-piece kit allows you to assemble either a Land Raider Crusader or a Land Raider Redeemer and includes components for two sets of Hurricane bolters, a twin-linked assault cannon, a multi-melta, two flamestorm cannons, and frag assault launchers.

    48-30
    £64.35
  • Chaos Lord in Terminator Armour (Sorcerer in Terminator Armour)

    Chaos Lords are the most powerful of the Chaos Space Marines. With the genetic advantages of a Space Marine and the blessings of the Dark Gods there are few more dangerous entities in the galaxy. This Lord is clad in Terminator armour and can be armed with a variety of weapons.
     
    This boxed set contains 1 multi-part plastic Chaos Space Marines Terminator Lord, and includes options for a Chaos Space marines Terminator Sorcerer, combi-weapons, power weapons and more.
    43-12
    £18.00
  • Hounds of Morkai

    Daubed beneath their sinesterly hued Phobos armour with runes of warding and abjuration, Hounds of Morkai are hunters of psykers. Sniffing them out with psycept detectors, these obsessed warriors emit strangely pitched howls. Runic circuitry augments their hunting call, disrupting their prey's powers and sowing fear before the kill.
     
    Equipped with grapnel launchers and special issue bolt pistols with which to hunt their quarry, Hounds of Morkai are a deadly and highly manoeuvrable unit of Reivers that lend the Space Wolves a significant edge against psykers. If you're facing an enemy force with numerous and/or powerful psykers at their disposal (such as the Space Wolves’ hated enemies, the Thousand Sons), never leave Fenris without at least one pack of Hounds of Morkai!
     
    The set includes the following multipart plastic kits:
     
    - 1x Primaris Reivers (5 miniatures, each supplied with a Citadel 32mm Round Base)
    - 1x Space Wolves Primaris Upgrade Frame
     
    This set is supplied in 135 plastic components and comes with a Space Wolves Primaris Transfer Sheet.
    53-26
    £31.60
  • 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.
    43-64
    £51.75
  • Leagues Of Votann: Einhyr Hearthguard

    Clad in formidable exo-armour and equipped with a fearsome array of weaponry, Einhyr Hearthguard are a force to be reckoned with. Whether forming bodyguards around their Oathband's heroes or striking deep into the heart of enemy territory, they are all but unstoppable on the attack and nigh-immovable in defence.
     
    This multipart plastic kit builds five Einhyr Hearthguard, elite Kin equipped with the finest armour and weapons available. Their bulky, rune-etched exo-armour allows them to withstand concentrated enemy fire, and incorporates a shoulder-mounted grenade launcher. Each model can be armed with a choice of ranged and melee weapons – an EtaCarn plasma gun or volkanite disintegrator for blasting away at a distance, and a concussion gauntlet or plasma blade gauntlet for close fighting. The kit includes 19 interchangeable heads – 12 unique bare heads, five helmets, and two helmets with open visors. One model can also be built as a Hesyr leader, equipped with a concussion hammer and a choice of two different crests.
     
    This set comprises 117 plastic components, and is supplied with 5x Citadel 32mm Round Bases and a Leagues of Votann Transfer Sheet with 555 numerals, runes, and markings for prominent Leagues. These miniatures are supplied unpainted and require assembly – we recommend using Citadel Plastic Glue and Citadel Colour paints.
    69-04
    £33.75
  • Tau Empire: Commander Farsight

    Aggressive and rebellious, Commander O'Shovah is an undisputed master of Mont'ka, the T'au metastrategy of the Killing Blow. Piloting his crimson battlesuit, he carves a bloody path into the enemy, leading his separatist Fire Caste forces from the front as he wields the enigmatic Dawn Blade with such strength and skill that no foe can stand against him.
     
    This multipart plastic kit builds Commander Farsight, leader to the breakaway Farsight Enclaves of the T'au Empire. His custom XV-86 Supernova battlesuit features advanced technology that provides greater agility and mobility, allowing him to put his prodigious skills with the blade to good use. Farsight wields the mysterious Dawn Blade in one hand, with a plasma rifle and shield generator mounted to his other arm. This legendary figure's wargear is loaded with details, from the ritual bonding knife strapped on his leg to the Farsight Enclaves icon worked into his shield's surface. His heroic pose atop a dramatic scenic base make Commander Farsight an eye-catching centrepiece for any collection or army.
     
    This kit comprises 48 plastic components, and comes with a Citadel 60mm Round Base. This miniature is supplied unpainted and requires assembly – we recommend using Citadel Plastic Glue and Citadel Colour paints.
    56-41
    £38.25
  • Tyranids: Biovore

    Biovores are living artillery pieces, swollen with the clutch of explosive Spore Mines that they nurture within their bodies. Upon anchoring itself to the ground with chitinous spurs, a Biovore undergoes violent spasms that expel its volatile offspring in high arcs as living ammunition. From there, the gas-bloated Spore Mines detonate in a shower of bone shards and acid rain, or else drift languidly down onto the battlefield, primed to explode whenever prey draws near.
     
    This multipart plastic kit builds a Biovore – a sentient Tyranid mortar – as well as three floating Spore Mines. The Biovore's lumbering form supports a symbiotic dorsal launcher, its spore-sac bulging with biological explosives waiting to be fired. The Spore Mines can be launched onto the battlefield by the Biovore, or simply rain down from the skies. The kit offers several alternate leg poses and basing elements for the Biovore, as well as three distinct designs of Spore Mine, allowing you to maintain variety in your brood as you build a whole battery of artillery-beasts.
     
    The Biovore in this kit can alternatively be built as a Pyrovore, a fire-spewing Tyranid creature.
     
    This kit comprises 37 plastic components, and comes with a Citadel 80mm Round Base and 3x Citadel 25mm Round Bases. These miniatures are supplied unpainted and require assembly – we recommend using Citadel Plastic Glue and Citadel Colour paints.
    51-41
    £28.35
  • Flesh-Eater Courts Army Set

    The Flesh-eater Courts reign in the shadows of ruined empires. Hordes of cannibals gather under the deluded rule of vampiric Abhorrants, utterly convinced that they are noble knights and faithful serfs engaged in righteous quests. Armoured in delusion and made ferocious by insatiable bloodlust, these ghouls boil from the shadows in an insane tide, threatening all who roam the wastelands and bloodstained nooks of reality. The children of Ushoran are rightly feared across the Mortal Realms, and their hunger – and influence – is only growing.
     
    This army set provides a deluded host of ghoulish new miniatures with which to build your Flesh-eater Courts and begin overrunning the Mortal Realms. A tide of Cryptguard clutch rusted weapons in filth-crusted claws, whilst Morbheg Knights swoop from the skies atop shrieking chiropteran steeds. These fiends are led by mad and monstrous vampires – a winged Abhorrant Gorewarden, and a debased but formidable Varghulf Courtier.
     
    Also included is an exclusive launch edition of Battletome: Flesh-eater Courts, filled with rules, lore, and stunning artwork, featuring a soft-touch cover, black ribbon marker, and gold gilt page edges. Going to battle with your collection is made even simpler by an exclusive set of warscroll cards, enhancement cards, and tokens that will help you head out on your noble quests – all only available in this boxed set.
     
    This set includes the following multipart plastic miniatures:
     
    – 1x Abhorrant Gorewarden
    – 1x Varghulf Courtier
    – 3x Morbheg Knights
    – 20x Cryptguard
     
    This set also includes the following items, which are exclusive to this box:
     
    - Battletome: Flesh-eater Courts (Launch Edition) – 88-page hardback book with an exclusive variant soft-touch cover, gold foil blocking, gold gilt page edges, and a black ribbon page marker
    - Warscroll Cards: Flesh-eater Courts – 27 exclusive cards detailing every unit available to the Flesh-eater Courts
    - Enhancement Cards: Flesh-eater Courts – 33 exclusive cards detailing the unique battle traits and enhancements of the Flesh-eater Courts
    - Flesh-eater Courts Token Sheets – 30 exclusive double-sided tokens for use alongside your warscrolls, including battle tactics, command point markers, noble deeds point markers, and more
     
    All models are supplied with their appropriate bases. These miniatures are supplied unpainted and require assembly – we recommend using Citadel Plastic Glue and Citadel Colour paints.
     
    The battletome contains a one-use code to add the book to your digital library in Warhammer Age of Sigmar: The App.
     
    The warscroll cards, enhancement cards, and token sheets detailed above are exclusive to the Flesh-eater Courts Army Set and will not be available separately at a future date. This incredible box is strictly limited in quantity, meaning once it’s gone, it’s gone – secure yours before it’s too late!
    91-44D
    £114.00
  • Horus Heresy: The Battle For Beta-Garmon

    The Horus Heresy is a conflict of unparalleled destruction, spread across myriad vital campaigns. Embroiled for years in a grinding war of nearly unfathomable scope, the Garmon Cluster now acts as the final break against which the tides of the Warmaster’s forces must crash. Its capital, the Beta-Garmon system, is a burning pyre of armies, where Loyalist forces – led by the Great Angel Sanguinius, the Warhawk Jaghatai Khan, and the remnants of the Shattered Legions – fight to buy precious time before the assault on Terra can begin in earnest.

     
    This expansion book for Warhammer: The Horus Heresy digs deep into the Garmon Cluster, a region of space that became the site of some of the largest pitched battles of the Age of Darkness. This book allows you to play out your own slice of this grand conflict, using an Onslaught Campaign system that links your games together as you fight through the Garmon Bulwark, as well as new Core Missions and narrative Apex Missions. You'll also find rules for Legiones Astartes Blackshields and Shattered Legions, new units for Solar Auxilia armies and rules for each Legion's attached Legiones Auxilia, as well as rules for notable characters from this tumultuous period.
     
    Inside this 208-page hardback book, you'll find:
     
    - The Crucible of a Dark Age – A full exploration of the final war for the Garmon Cluster, including a detailed timeline of the many battles leading up to that terrible clash, a closer look at the Blackshields and Shattered Legions, and details on the Solar Auxilia cohorts who fought alongside the Legiones Astartes.
     
    - Campaigns of The Age of Darkness: The Garmon Bulwark – A full Onslaught Campaign system, providing rules for a linked series of games where each victory or defeat builds up to a final battle. Also included are specific rules to tailor your Onslaught Campaign to the struggle for the Garmon Cluster.
     
    - Age of Darkness: Core Missions – Five Core Missions, balanced for both campaign games and Matched Play events. Race to claim vital strongpoints in Sudden Strike, adapt to shifting tides in Strike and Fade, or battle for the central ground in The Heart of Battle.
     
    - The Garmon Bulwark: Apex Missions – Two new Apex Missions, with extensive special rules intended for campaigns and narrative games. Extract survivors from a mine-strewn hellscape in Across the Fields of Dead, or pit Primarch against Primarch in a Clash Atop the Ghal-Zammad.
     
    - Legiones Astartes: Shattered Legions – Rules for assembling armies of mixed and mingled Space Marine Legions, whose behaviour is influenced in different ways by their clashing doctrines and hybrid tactics.
     
    - Legiones Astartes: Blackshields – Rules for fielding armies and Allied Detachments of Space Marine outcasts, renegades, and splinter groups from various Legions, forged together into new and often strange warbands.
     
    - Legiones Auxilia and Solar Auxilia – Four new units for the Solar Auxilia, including Hermes Light Sentinels and Aethon Sentinels, as well as a new Cohort Doctrine, plus rules for fielding Allied Detachments alongside Space Marines – including specific rules for every Legion.
     
    - Legiones Astartes: New Units – Rules for five famous characters from the narrative, including Shadrak Meduson and Endryd Haar, as well as Command Squads and lower-ranked Optae officers for any Legion.
     
    - Showcase – Along with atmospheric photography and annotated artwork, the book includes a showcase of beautifully painted miniatures for the White Scars, Blood Angels, Sons of Horus, Shattered Legions, and Blackshields.
     
    In order to use the contents of this book, you will require the Warhammer: The Horus Heresy – The Age of Darkness Rulebook and one of the Army Books for Warhammer: The Horus Heresy, which are all available separately.
    31-17
    £31.50