Next Weeks Preorders! Beasts of Chaos & Gloomspite Battletomes!
All of the following is up for preorder next weekend. Preorder through Element Games to save money and help us out!
All of the following is courtesy of Warhammer Community, as Age of Sigmar gets not one, but TWO new Battletomes!
Battletome: Beasts of Chaos
The Beasts of Chaos are anarchy incarnate, mustering massive brayherds to assault civilisation itself. Their new battletome sees them charge headfirst into the latest edition of Warhammer Age of Sigmar, with updated warscrolls, pitched battle profiles, and new Path to Glory rules – truly a bounty worthy of the Dark Gods.
The beastherds may have no respect for gilded finery, but you can demonstrate your standing among fellow Beastlords with a special Limited Edition of the battletome featuring gilt page edges, gold foil blocking, red ribbon page marker, and soft-touch cover. They’re limited to just 250 numbered copies, so don’t hang about.
Speaking of Beastlords – a new miniature strides forth to lead your brayherd. These powerful leaders are absolute machines in close combat and harbour a special hatred of enemy heroes, empowering nearby allies whenever they’re going toe-to-toe with a rival champion.
Battletome: Gloomspite Gitz
Not to be outdone, the diminutive loons of the Gloomspite Gitz are also dragging an updated battletome into the light of day, full of detailed histories of their tribes and their strange origins, plus their surge in power through the Era of the Beast. It has the usual set of rules for subfactions, relics, and magic, as well as warscrolls, battleplans, and all the other good stuff.
This battletome is also available in a luxury Limited Edition with the same exclusive trappings as the beastmen, befitting the shiniest horde of Gloomspite loot. It’s also limited to 250 numbered copies.
Squigboss with Gnasha-squig
Lead your bouncy, bitey squig mobs into battle with the new Squigboss, a remarkably brave individual who prods your fanged fungal people-eaters in the right direction with the help of his pet gnasha-squig. His consummate knowledge of squig physiology allows him to enhance his herds with a variety of special fungi, sending them wild with a burst of speed or a furious biting fit.
Those gitz who prefer their rides more stable and (slightly) less hungry than squigs can mount up on barely-tamed snarlfangs for a jaunt across the battlefield. Wolf-riding grots are a Warhammer classic, and they return to Warhammer Age of Sigmar armed with wicked spears and bows for some fast-moving punch.
Vanguard: Beasts of Chaos
Start a brayherd of your own with a box stuffed with Beasts of Chaos, the perfect retinue for your new Beastlord. It’s a buffet of dependable Battleline units, including 10 Gors, 10 Ungors, and 10 Bestigors, backed up by three mighty Dragon Ogors and a Great Bray-Shaman – a capable Leader in his own right, and a powerful Wizard for your army.
Vanguard: Gloomspite Gitz
The Gloomspite Gitz are a frighteningly diverse huddle of hooligans, featuring bands of grots, squigs, and troggoths – and this Vanguard box contains a curated selection from all three. A cackling Loonboss leads 20 Moonclan Stabbas (who can also be built as Shootas), 10 Squig Hoppers (or Boingrot Bounderz), and three Rockgut Troggoths into battle, giving you the tools to create a balanced army of Destruction.
Warscroll Cards: Gloomspite Gitz
Keep your warscrolls close with this pack of 43 reference cards for the Gloomspite Gitz, along with two punch-out token sheets – perfect for keeping track of your special abilities and battle tactics.
Ash Waste Nomads Herder with Arthromite Duneskuttler
The 41st Millennium has its own share of terrifying monsters, and down on Necromunda the Ash Waste Nomads delight in herding oversized insectile beaststowards the pernicious hive-dwellers who invade their lands. This particular resin Herder comes with one Arthromite Duneskuttler – a frightening amalgam of talons, tail, and bad attitude. The duo can be enlisted together as a Brute for your Ash Waste Nomad gangs.
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