Next Week – Middle-Earth Scenery and Necromunda
Another awesome weekend of pre orders next week with a new range of scenery coming for the Middle-Earth Strategy Battlegame plus some new releases for Necromunda! If you would like to support the site then why not order yours through our affiliate Element Games?
Here’s all the details from Warhammer Community
We’re still reeling from Thursday’s announcement of the new edition of Warhammer 40,000, but there’s no time to rest – pre-orders need previewing!
Boarding Patrol: Adepta Sororitas
Bring the light of the Emperor to the void with Boarding Patrol: Adepta Sororitas, scouring the Arks of Omen with bolt, flame, and melta. A devout Canoness leads five Celestian Sacresants, 10 Sisters Repentia, and 10 Battle Sisters into the breach, making this a durable fighting force with plenty of power armour and some chainsword punch.
Boarding Patrol: Adeptus Custodes
Imagine turning a corner in your warp-infested space hulk and walking straight into a golden giant with death in his eyes – it’s enough to turn an honest, god-fearing heretic pale. The Adeptus Custodes excel in close quarters, and with three Allarus Custodians, five Custodian Guard, and Trajann Valoris himself packing out their Boarding Patrol, there’s little that will last more than a moment in their sight.
Boarding Patrol: Thousand Sons
Chaos Space Marines are right at home on the claustrophobic corridors of a space hulk, and we’re not even convinced the Thousand Sons register much of the weirdness going on given the forces they tamper with. This Boarding Patrol pairs two Chaos Spawn with 20 Rubric Marines, bringing an impressive number of bodies and a pair of pskyers onto the board while the Spawn make a right mess of anything they encounter.
The Aranthian Succession: Vaults of Temenos
Cinderak City has fallen, but the succession crisis on Necromunda is far from over. The Aranthian Succession: Vaults of Temenos continues the sweeping narrative laid out in Cinderak Burning, as a mysterious Prophet guides hordes of true believers on a pilgrimage to recover holy relics from the depths of Tenemos.
This expansion contains new lore on Necromunda’s bloody civil war, seven narrative scenarios to re-enact the Great Pilgrimage, four Dramatis Personae central to the story, and plenty of additional rules for House Cawdor and Palanite Enforcer gangs.
Enforcer ‘Sanctioner’ Pattern Automata
It may shock you to hear that not all underhive gangers go quietly when the Enforcers come knocking. In fact, most scofflaws need more than a rap with a baton to be convinced. Thanks to the wonders of technology, the Sanctioner-pattern Automata solve this problem as bigger, tougher dispensers of justice than any flesh and blood human could be – and these new multi-option miniatures looks right at home next to your own Palanite Enforcer patrols.
Cawdor Ridge Walkers
House Cawdor aren’t big on the latest high-tech trends, so when their gangs need to cross the ash wastes in a hurry they return to the only locomotion humankind has ever truly needed – legs. The resulting Ridge Walkers may look like ramshackle facsimilies of the great Imperial God-Engines, but they put out a surprising turn of speed and are the perfect platform for knocking pesky rivals off their feet like the lancers of old.
Cawdor Vehicle Gang Tactics Cards and Cawdor Dice Set
If there’s one thing Cawdor gangs can get behind, it’s a good holy text, and the references in the Cawdor Vehicle Gang Tactics Cards set are so useful they’re practically divine. There are 18 new cards for use in your Ash Wastes campaigns, plus eight Cawdor-branded blank cards.
Cawdor Ash Wastes Upgrades
When your gangers head out into the ash wastes, they want to wrap up to avoid returning with a lung full of radioactive sand. You’ll find no fancy respirators in this pack of resin Cawdor gang upgrades – good Emperor-fearing citizens need only ironclad faith and a scarf wrapped around their face to beat back the perils of a sandstorm, and the backpacks full of extra equipment and bomb rats* won’t go amiss either. This set will be available from the Forge World webstore.
Ashwood Stranger, Outcast Leader
Lawmen with integrity aren’t entirely absent from Necromunda – they’re just so rare that each one is a legend in their own right. The one known as Ashwood Stranger certainly seems to be an ex-Enforcer, judging by the armour, but all we know for certain is that tales of his righteous crusade for justice stretch from hive to hive, leaving a trail of wrong-doers peppered with stub rounds in his wake. The Stranger comes in resin and will be available from the Forge World webstore.
Gondor Terrain: Mansion, Tower, and Ruins
Fight your battles in the epic spawl of Osgiliath or Minas Tirith with three extremely modular terrain packs for the Middle-earth Strategy Battle Game. Each Tower, Mansion, and Ruin is designed to work well on their own, and combining multiple sets creates incredible thematic battlefields in a matter of moments.
You can read more about this awesome terrain kit in our interview with its designer earlier this year.
Battle Ready Paint Set
With over 300 paints to choose from in the massive Citadel Colour range, where does a budding Golden Demon contender begin? Start with the Battle Ready Paint Set – a collection of 30 essential Base paints and Shades that provide a foundation for any paint scheme you could imagine, including superstars like Nuln Oil, Leadbelcher, Rhinox Hide, and Mechanicus Standard Grey.**
Parade Ready Paint Set
Take your collection to the next level with the Parade Ready Paint Set, adding 30 diverse Layer paints to apply rich pops of colour to your miniatures. They’re also excellent for highlights and glazes, so you can transform a basic Battle Ready colour scheme into a competition-winning masterpiece with the help of the extensive guides found on the Citadel Colour website.**
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