Next Week’s Preorders: Wyrdhollow! Combat Patrol World Eaters! Amon Hen!
You can preorder all of the below from next Saturday at 10am. Save some pennies and help support us by preordering through one of our Element Games links!
It’s that time of the week when Warhammer Community lift the lid on whats up for preorder next weeked!
All of the following is thanks to WarCom:
Combat Patrol: World Eaters
It’s been more than eight weeks, eight days, eight hours, and eight minutes since we revealed Combat Patrol: World Eaters, and the angriest box of miniatures in the galaxy is finally coming to pre-order after an unavoidable delay in the warp. This is the perfect way to start a new World Eaters army or add to Angron’s horde, containing 20 Khorne Berzerkers and 10 Jakhals, led by the super-flexible World Eaters Lord on Juggernaut – who can also be built as Lord Invocatus.
Warhammer Underworlds: Wyrdhollow
The first expansion for the latest season of Warhammer Underworlds is here, as two warbands sizzling with arcane energy plunge deeper into the depths of the Gnarlwood. The three Knights-Arcanum of Domitan’s Stormcoven spit holy lightning from their fingertips and quest in the name of Sigmar, while Ephilim the Unknowable – apprentice to one of Tzeentch’s infamous Gaunt Summoners – warps the energies of his own daemonic followers to cast powerful spells turn after turn.
As well as two full warbands, Wyrdhollow also contains four preconstructed decks – one for each warband and two universal decks – suitable for the Rivals format, plus a game board, piles of useful dice and tokens, and a concise rulebook filled with background lore.
Amon Hen™ Fallen Head Statue
If you’re looking to recreate the climactic battle of the Fellowship of the Ring at Amon Hen, you can’t be doing without the most interesting terrain piece there – that giant stone head from an age of past glory. Luckily for you, Forge World is bringing this fascinating fallen statue to the tabletop with an intricately detailed resin terrain piece, cast in one solid piece so all you need to do is paint it up and hide it amidst the trees. Better yet, you can complete the rest of the iconic scene with the Ambush at Amon Hen collection on the Games Workshop webstore.
Base Paint Set
Get 15 of the most universally used Citadel Base paints with this handy bundle, containing Abaddon Black, Corax White, Mechanicus Standard Grey, Wraithbone, Mephiston Red, Rhinox Hide, Mournfang Brown, Bugman’s Glow, Zandri Dust, Averland Sunset, Macragge Blue, Waaagh! Flesh, Orruk Flesh, Leadbelcher, and Balthasar Gold.*
Layer Paint Set
Once you’ve got your basecoats down, you’ll want to layer up some bright and bold colours. This Layer Paint Set of 15 colours contains Altdorf Blue, Auric Armour Gold, Dawnstone, Evil Sunz Scarlet, Flash Gitz Yellow, Karak Stone, Kislev Flesh, Runefang Steel, Screaming Skull, Skarsnik Green, Warboss Green, Warpstone Glow, White Scar, Skrag Brown, and Gorthor Brown.*
Contrast Paint Set
Contrast paints can turn a single flat basecoat into a detailed landscape of shadows, highlights, and midtones with just one application, and a wide collection will give you all kinds of options for painting miniatures quickly and easily. This set of nine Contrast paints includes Black Legion, Apothecary White, Guilliman Flesh, Snakebite Leather, Skeleton Horde, Gutrippa Flesh, Asurmen Blue, Blood Angels Red, and Imperial Fist.
For best results, apply one even coat of Contrast paint over a basecoat of White Scar, Wraithbone, or Grey Seer Citadel Spray paint.*
Shade Paint Set
Finish off your models with some deep, dramatic shadows courtesy of the Shade Paint Set, comprising nine of the most popular colours in the range. The old stalwart Nuln Oil is joined by Agrax Earthshade, Drakenhof Nightshade, Reikland Fleshshade, Seraphim Sepia, Soulblight Grey, Biel-Tan Green, Carroburg Crimson, and Cassandora Yellow.*
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