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Canis Rex and Beasts of Chaos up for pre order!

Today’s Pre orders are up! For 40k we have the brand new Canis Rex, and for Age of Sigmar the Beasts of Chaos are here!

 

Knight Preceptor Canis Rex

The Knight Preceptor is a Questoris-class close-ranged powerhouse. Its design is intended to exemplify the core tenets of the Code Chivalric in battle: close with the enemy in honourable range, engage them with sufficient force to show respect for their fortitude, and kill them quickly and cleanly in the Emperor’s name. To this end, they are armed with a reaper chainsword or thunderstrike gauntlet and the rare and terrifying las-impulsor. Canis Rex is a notable Knight Preceptor, who escaped the tortures of the Iron Warriors and has punished the scions of chaos with vehemence and fury ever since.

 

Battletome Beasts of Chaos

The earth trembles as the beastherds approach. Plants wither and rot, animals are filled with an instinctual fear and the air grows thick with the taint of raw Chaos energy. Then the bloodthirsty braying begins. The Beasts of Chaos emerge from woodland knots and rocky outcrops, bellowing their savage battle cries as they fall upon their prey. They are the true children of Chaos, and through them anarchy and ruin are spread across the lands of the civilised races.

In the 104-page hardback Battletome: Beasts of Chaos, you’ll find:

– From the Wilderness They Come: an introduction to the Beasts of Chaos, savage and twisted creatures that spread anarchy throughout the Mortal Realms;
– Primaeval Origins: the Beasts of Chaos pre-date even the earliest records by any scribe, and the oral traditions describing them have long faded into memory – but legends persist, and are presented here;
– The True Children of Chaos: Beasts of Chaos’ inherent ferocity is not a gift bestowed by the Dark Gods, and nor is it due to enslavement – they embody Chaos in its purest and most anarchic form;
– The Way of the Beast: while the Beasts of Chaos are as varied as the wildlands in which they gather, certain traits – violence, mercilessness and predation – are common to all;
– Detailed explanations of the Greatfrays and beastherds of this faction, their motivations and (known) histories; – Annals of Entropy: a chronicle of the recorded events in which the full savagery and fury of the Beasts of Chaos was unleashed;
– Gathering of the Greatfrays: explanation of the organisation of the Beasts of Chaos armies, including an example of how a particular beastherd is organised, along with descriptions of 7 legendary Greatfrays (Allherd, Darkwalkers, Gavespawn, Skullfrays, Twistfrays, Rotfrays and Slakefrays), including their heraldry and colour schemes – Explanation and background of each character and unit available to a Beasts of Chaos army;
– A showcase of beautifully-painted Citadel miniatures, with an example army and comprehensive painting advice from the experts. This advice covers a huge variety of examples and techniques, showing you how to achieve effects like glowing runes, mutated flesh, horn striation, scales and liver spots, and add icons and beast markings to your miniatures. On top of this, there are step-by-step guides to the colour schemes of the following Greatfrays: Allherd, Gavespawn and Darkwalkers, as well as specific effects for each Chaos God.

 

Warscroll Cards: Beasts of Chaos

The earth trembles as the beastherds approach. Plants wither and rot, animals are filled with an instinctual fear and the air grows thick with the taint of raw Chaos energy. Then the bloodthirsty braying begins. The Beasts of Chaos emerge from woodland knots and rocky outcrops, bellowing their savage battle cries as they fall upon their prey. They are the true children of Chaos, and through them anarchy and ruin are spread across the lands of the civilised races.

This pack of 29 large-format cards contains each of the unit Warscrolls from Battletome: Beasts of Chaos, printed on individual cards for handy reference in your battles, along with 2 sheets of gaming tokens. These tokens cover Command Points, Mystic Shield, Primordial Call Battle Traits and the 14 unique spells available to Beasts of Chaos wizards.

 

Beasts of Chaos Dice

This is a set of 20 6-sided 16mm dice, coloured to brown with bone markings to represent the Beasts of Chaos.

Each features an Beasts of Chaos icon in place of the 6 and a skull in place of the 1.

 

Herdstone

Wherever the Beasts of Chaos roam, they erect enormous megaliths called Herdstones. Wrought from the warp-infused substance of the realm in which they stand, Herdstones mark a beastherd’s territory and serve as the focal point for their anarchic bacchanals. A fusion of nature and Chaos, they spread a malign influence, crumbling the trappings of civilisation to dust and inspiring the Beasts of Chaos to fight with increased, unfailing vigour.

This multi-part plastic kit contains the components necessary to assemble a Herdstone. This scenery piece acts as a ritual megalith, imbuing nearby Beasts of Chaos with extra fury and rage. It is depicted as a tall rock, with beastlike faces and runes carved into the sides, skulls and bones lashed around with rope and an enormous, graven animal skull dominating the top of the structure, with large horns made from scavenged wood finishing the whole Herdstone off. At its base is a pile of skulls, which have been ignited; strewn around those are a variety of looted weapons, armour, trinkets and yet more skulls, the prizes of the Beasts of Chaos’ grisly excursions. 2 chains tether the Herdstone to the ground in front, with wooden stakes at the back providing stability.

 

Start Collecting! Beasts of Chaos

The earth trembles as the beastherds approach. Plants wither and rot, animals are filled with an instinctual fear and the air grows thick with the taint of raw Chaos energy. Then the bloodthirsty braying begins. The Beasts of Chaos emerge from woodland knots and rocky outcrops, bellowing their savage battle cries as they fall upon their prey. They are the true children of Chaos, and through them anarchy and ruin are spread across the lands of the civilised races.

This is a great-value box set that gives you an immediate collection of fantastic Beasts of Chaos miniatures, which you can assemble and use right away in games of Warhammer Age of Sigmar! You’ll receive a Great Bray-shaman, a Cygor (which can optionally be assembled as a Ghorgon), a set of 10 Ungors (which can be optionally assembled as Ungor Raiders), a set of 10 Bestigors and a Beasts of Chaos Warscroll Battalion rules sheet, allowing you to collect, assemble and play with your new miniatures right away!

 

Endless Spells: Beasts of Chaos

The cataclysmic necroquake of Shyish has flooded the Mortal Realms with the powers of the aether. Incantations summon forth new conjurations of unprecedented power and frightful sentience, but beware – such endless spells can be treacherous, as likely to turn upon their caster as they are to devastate the enemy. From unleashing disembodied gnashing jaws to devour your foes, to raising prismatic barricades to protect your flanks, doing battle in the time of the Arcanum Optimar is unlike anything that has come before.

This multi-part plastic kit contains the components necessary to assemble 3 Endless Spells usable by Beasts of Chaos wizards in games of Warhammer Age of Sigmar. When used with the Malign Sorcery rules, these can be incredibly powerful tools in your magical arsenal. Included:

– A Wildfire Taurus: a gargantuan flaming bull which stampedes through enemies without breaking stride, setting flesh ablaze and crushing those not consumed by the conflagration;
– A Doomblast Dirgehorn: animal bones drawn out from the earth and fused into the shape of a giant horn which blasts a dolorous dirge capable of stripping the minds of those within earshot;
– A Ravening Direflock: this is a murder of 6 spectral crows, circling the battlefield and harrying those who try to flee the carnage with unending, dispiriting caws.

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