Ork Reinforcements Inbound! Today’s Pre Orders!
It may be New Year’s Day, but that doesn’t stop Games Workshop putting out their first pre orders of the year! This time it is the turn of the Orks to get the separate components of the Combat Patrol available individually for the first time! If you would like to support the site then why not order through our affiliate Element Games and save yourself some money off RRP too?!
Most Orks take a dim view of muckin’ about in the sky, and would much rather go to war with their feet firmly on the ground. Deffkopta pilots are one of few exceptions, hurtling into the sky to spy out enemy forces for their warband, and give those same enemies a good strafing run or three in the meantime.
This kit builds three Deffkoptas – fast, ramshackle vehicles bristling with all sorts of crude but effective ork weaponry. These airborne brutes harrass their enemies with salvos of shells and high-powered explosions, before closing in to hack at their foes with hand weapons and deadly rotor blades. Two of the Deffkoptas are armed with kopta rokkits, spinning blades, a slugga, and stikkbombs, with the third trading its kopta rokkitz for a kustom mega-blasta and a big bomb.
This kit comprises 37 plastic components and is supplied with 3x Citadel 75mm Oval Bases. These miniatures are supplied unpainted and require assembly – we recommend using Citadel Plastic Glue and Citadel paints.
Ork Boyz surge into battle in huge, unruly mobs dotted with crude special weapons and led by foul-tempered Boss Nobz. Most simply stampede towards the enemy lines, relying on their numbers and natural hardiness to carry the charge home. This kit builds 10 Ork Boyz, a surly and belligerent Troops choice for your Ork armies. With a love of all things choppy and shooty, these hooligans are the ideal infantry mob, able to soak up masses of firepower and still retaliate with brutish glee.
This kit builds five Ork Boyz equipped with a slugga and choppa, three with shootaz, one with a special weapon, and one Boss Nob to lead them. Special weapon options for one ork give you a choice of more dakka with a big shoota or big booms with a rokkit launcha, while the Boss Nob comes with helmeted or unhelmeted options and a choice between a nasty power klaw or a big choppa.
This set comprises 54 plastic components and is supplied with 10x Citadel 32mm Round Bases and 1x Ork Transfer Sheet. These miniatures are supplied unpainted and require assembly – we recommend using Citadel Plastic Glue and Citadel paints.
Warboss in Mega Armour
Any good Ork Hunter knows the safest way to deal with a rampaging Warboss is to hit them with tank-busting artillery from as far away as possible. By donning a piston-driven suit of incredibly durable mega armour, this Warboss makes a mockery of such underhanded enemy tactics, much to the terror of his foes.
The strongest and meanest among his already brutal kin, the Warboss supplements his fearsome bulk and staggering might with powered armour that makes him a force to be reckoned with on the battlefield. He strides into battle with a boss pole that denotes his rank, an ‘uge choppa that decimates his foes, and a big shoota operated by a grot perching precariously on his armour.
This kit comprises 17 plastic components with which you can assemble one Warboss in Mega Armour and is supplied with 1x Citadel 50mm Round Base. This miniature is supplied unpainted and requires assembly – we recommend using Citadel Plastic Glue and Citadel paints.
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