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Store Anniversaries – Loads of great new stuff!

Warhammer Community have today shared details of all the awesome new stuff you can get at the store anniversary events! Loads of this looks brilliant, especially the fact you can get a free miniature if you spend £50! Make sure to keep an eye on your local store’s Facebook page to find when their anniversary is!

Warhammer and Games Workshop store anniversaries are always a cause for celebration – for the store staff, they’re a chance to thank their customers for another year of hobby, and for you hobbyists, they’re an opportunity to celebrate your local store’s great staff – and to pick up exclusive products that are unavailable at any other time. And in the next year, your store anniversaries will be bigger and better than ever, with a deluge of new exclusives.

Whether you’re a fan of Warhammer Age of Sigmar or Warhammer 40,000 – or both – there are loads of brand new items to get your hands on when your local store celebrates its anniversary. First up – miniatures! For you Warhammer 40,000 players, you can give your Adeptus Astartes army a new commander with the awesome Primaris Space Marine Captain armed with plasma pistol and power fist. And for denizens of the Mortal Realms, a new Nighthaunt Hero – Darrakar, Guardian of Souls – will bring the chill of the grave to your games.

Darrakar is particularly cool, featuring multiple build options in the same kit and unique wargear you won’t find anywhere else – like Crawlocke, this guy isn’t a named character but a kit you can use to represent any Guardian of Souls you like. The Eternity Glass is an alternative to the Nightmare Lantern that offers strange new magical powers to the Guardian of Souls:

Best of all, you’ll get one of these guys FREE (yes, free!) if you spend £50 (local equivalents may vary) at your store birthday event, barring some selected items, though they’ll be available to buy separately, too. Stock will not be limited – even if your store runs out, we’ll make sure you can order this exclusive miniature.

Two art books will provide a feast for the eyes (and the soul – useful with the Soul Wars raging). Like the models, there is one packed with Warhammer 40,000 imagery, focusing on the twisted servants of the Dark Gods, and one for Warhammer Age of Sigmar which gathers lots of images on the theme of Death. Each of them is a hardback tome brimming with gorgeous (if somewhat grisly) art and is a perfect addition to any coffee table.

If you prefer your art wall-mounted, a quartet of prints, two Warhammer 40,000 and two Warhammer Age of Sigmar, will allow you to add some gorgeous images from the Warhammer universes to the wall of your gaming room or hobby area. Printed on canvas stock paper, these are sure to delight.

Need a backpack to carry your books and armies to battle? There are two to choose from – one branded with the Warhammer Age of Sigmar logo for you devotees of Sigmar, and the other with Warhammer 40,000 iconography for loyal Imperial servants (or traitors and xenos – we don’t discriminate). They have water bottle pockets and space for headphones, making them extremely handy for everyday use.

Finally, there is also a choice of useful accessories. Keep your Warhammer 40,000 datacards safe with a sturdy deck box that holds up to 80 cards in supplied sleeves. If you’d rather have somewhere to store your Warhammer Age of Sigmar warscroll cards, a stylish folder bearing the game’s logo will hold them – and it’s cleverly designed to fit both old- and new-style cards.

Keep an eye on your local store’s Facebook page for details of when they’re having an anniversary celebration and how to get your hands on all these goodies – and if you’re not sure what Warhammer and Games Workshop stores there are near you, check out our Store Finder and find out!

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