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Eldar On The Horizon

Since the launch of 8th Edition gamers have been crying out for some xenos love. We’ve had codexes for a number of Imperium armies, not to mention a brand new Death Guard codex along with a general Chaos book.

Next week however the first xenos box is up for preorder. Rejoice Craftworlders, for you have a new codex!


The Eldar are one of the most loved armies in Warhammer 40,000 and their new codex is already shaping up to be a little bit special. Along with the codex you’ll also be able to preorder Eldrad Ulthran, the miniature first seen in the Death Masque Box which also featured the Harlequins and Deathwatch forces. You’ll also be able to pick up a the newly re-boxed Triumvirate of Ynnead, complete with their updated 8th edition rules.

Like having personalized dice for your army? Not only are the Eldar getting their own dice, they are getting 6 differently designed sets, each focusing on one Aspect.

It doesn’t end there! Games Workshop are going to be allowing Eldar fans to pick up some made to order classic models, and they are getting a new Start Collecting box which is great value.

Each day this week Warhammer Community are taking a look at each of the Craftworlds that will have special rules within the codex, starting today with Iyanden. You can check out this preview here. It also points out some changes to the stat lines for Wraithlords and Wraithguard, as their toughness values have increased.

Our good friend Jason, of whom has started his project log here on Sprues and Brews, can’t wait to get his hands on it! Not an Eldar fan? Worry not, as we already know that next up is the Tyranids, with rumors of Daemons, T’au and Necrons not being too far away…

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