GW: Vorschau Dark Uprising und Helden aus dem Hobbit
Kommenden Samstag geht mit Dark Uprising eine neue Box für Necromunda in die Vorbestellung, begleitend von neuen Geländeplatten und für das Mittelerde Strategiespiel kommen Helden aus dem Hobbit zurück.
Coming Soon: A Dark Uprising & Returning Heroes
On Necromunda, sinister cults prepare to launch their rebellions. Meanwhile, many heroes from The Hobbit™ return, and the latest issue of White Dwarf is coming. Take a look at everything that you’ll be able to order next week.
The Necromunda: Dark Uprising boxed set is absolutely massive – inside you’ll find two multipart plastic gangs. You get 15 new Corpse Grinder Cultists – absolutely savage fighters, starting a rebellion on Necromunda in the name of the Lord of Skin and Sinew. Facing them are the Palanite Enforcers – alongside five Patrolmen, you’ll find six new heavily armed Subjugators. These wield even more brutal weaponry and are perfect for putting down any attempted insurrection in the underhive.
You also get 17 sprues of terrain, including 15 of new, plastic Zone Mortalis walls, columns, platforms and doors. These are the first-ever plastic Zone Mortalis kits and can be put together in innumerable ways. Whether you play Necromunda, Warhammer 40,000 or The Horus Heresy, you’ll want to get your hands on these so that you can combine the closeness of indoor firefights with the verticality and immersion of outdoor battles.
Just in case the box isn’t full enough, you also get a rulebook, which contains lore, background, all of the core rules of Necromunda and the two gangs in the box, and a new campaign. And you’ll get all of the accessories that you need to play. Phew!
If you thought that meant things were looking bad for the planet of Necromunda, you haven’t seen anything yet! Necromunda: The Book of Ruin shines a light into the dark corners of the underhive where cults grow like a canker.
As well as rules for forming your own Corpse Grinder Cult gang, Helot Chaos Cult gang or Genestealer Cult gang, you can even corrupt your house gangs. The book also includes new scenarios (including multiplayer ones), new Hangers-On and Hired Guns and ways to add extra twists to your campaigns. It’s available in both hardback and ePub editions.
Build your own sector of the underhive with the Zone Mortalis Floor Tile Set – they’re perfect whether you want to create narrow corridors, abandoned dwellings or sprawling industrial complexes. Each tile features gridded floorplates and vents, and they’re designed to be compatible with the Zone Mortalis terrain in the Necromunda: Dark Uprising boxed set or any of our Sector Mechanicus kits. They’re also ideal if you want to create a Warhammer 40,000 or The Horus Heresy battlefield.
With your battlefield complete, you’ll want your models to look the part – that’s where the Zone Mortalis Scenic Bases come in. The design on them matches that on the floor tiles and you get 25mm, 32mm and 40mm bases in the set, meaning that all of your Necromunda models will feel at home.
Think of a number between one and six! Not so easy when you’re under pressure is it? That’s why we use dice instead. This stylish flame-coloured set of Necromunda dice includes Injury dice, regular six-sided dice, a Firepower dice and a Scatter dice – just what you need for settling disputes in the underhive.
Finally, if you want to put the finishing touches to all of that awesome terrain in the Necromunda: Dark Uprising boxed set then you’ll want to get the Underhive Graffiti Transfer Sheet.
The 285 decals include gang symbols, motivational slogans, hazard warnings, sector numbers, arrows, voltage symbols, Enforcer icons and more, allowing you to really personalise your corner of Necromunda. They’re also great for decorating any Warhammer 40,000 scenery, and just imagine how much time you’ll save by not having to make 285 tiny graffiti stencils!
Middle-Earth Strategy Battle Game
Three new profile card packs are going to be invaluable to players of Dwarf, Good and Evil armies in the Middle-earth Strategy Battle Game. These great gaming accessories mean that you can keep your models’ profiles on the gaming table, right where you need them and they all feature five blank profile cards for you to create your own Heroes!
The Dwarves pack includes profile cards and army bonus cards for the following armies: Thorin’s Company, Army of Thror, Erebor Reclaimed, The Iron Hills & The Wanderers in the Wild.
The Good set features Army of Laketown, Survivors of Lake-town, Garrison of Dale, Rivendell, Halls of Thranduil, Radagast’s Alliance, The Misty Mountains & The White Council.
Finally, for those of a more Evil bent, your pack has cards for Azog’s Hunters, Azog’s Legion, Dark Powers of Dol Guldur, Dark Denizens of Mirkwood, Goblin-town, The Trolls & The Desolator of the North.
A number of Heroes that feature on these cards are also making a timely return as rereleased models. Young Thorin, Balin and Dwalin represent these three young Dwarves, all destined for future greatness. These three Erebor Heroes are all incredibly skilled with a blade.
Mirkwood reinforcements arrive in the form of two of the greatest Elven hunters, Legolas & Tauriel. King Thranduil returns as three different models – two on foot and one mounted on a horse.
The contingent is rounded out by three Elf Captains – a Palace Guard Captain, Mirkwood Rangers Captain and Mirkwood Armoured Captain. All of these fighters are a match for even the most powerful of Evil Heroes.
On the other side in the Battle of the Five Armies are Azog’s Hunter Orcs. Narzug is a captain with exceptional skill with a bow (for an Orc!) and Fimbul is an accomplished tracker who comes on foot and mounted.
The ultimate Warhammer magazine makes its monthly return and, as always, is packed with amazing content. This month there are new rules for using the Inquisition in Warhammer 40,000, Ambulls in Kill Team and Harlequin Solitaires in Warhammer Quest: Blackstone Fortress.
There are background and rules for taking an Ogor Mawtribe on campaign and a Warhammer Underworlds: Beastgrave battle report. There are new Adeptus Titanicus, Aeronautica Imperialis, Blood Bowl and Warhammer Underworlds cards attached to the front of the magazine and much, much more inside. Subscribe now to make sure you don’t miss out!
We’ll be taking a much closer look at Necromunda throughout the week with an unboxing of Necromunda: Dark Uprising, an examination of all of the new models and details of what you can build with all of that awesome terrain. We’ll also be slipping inside the covers of both Necromunda: The Book of Ruin and November’s White Dwarf so make sure you subscribe to our newsletter to make sure that you don’t miss out!
Quelle: Warhammer Community