von BK-Nils | 08.10.2019 | eingestellt unter: Warhammer / Age of Sigmar, Warhammer 40.000

GW: Psionisches Erwachen, Sororitas und Ossiarch Bonereapers

Am Samstag geht der erste Band des Psionisches Erwachens mit Aufstieg des Phoenix in die Vorbestellung, begleitet von weiteren Neuheiten, der Inhalt des Adepta Sororitas: Sisters of Battle Armee Sets und für die Ossiarch Bonereapers wurden zwei neue Charaktermodelle von Games Workshop enthüllt.

Coming Next Week – Aeldari, Psychic Awakening and More!

We’ve recently been teasing you with Psychic Awakening… well, teasers, but as of Saturday, you’ll finally be able to pre-order your shiny new Aeldari miniatures – and the first book in the Psychic Awakening series! Let’s take a look at the details…

Blood of the Phoenix

We may have shown you some new models, but we haven’t shown you the amazing boxed set they come in! Blood of the Phoenix is the biggest battlebox that we’ve ever released. Not only does it feature 12 new plastic miniatures, including the stunning Incubi and Howling Banshee kits – not to mention two unique Characters, Jain Zar and Drazhar – but some Scourges, Hellions and no less than three vehicles too!

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In addition to the miniatures, Blood of the Phoenix includes a 40-page campaign book telling the tale of the ancient grudge between those who fled the Fall aboard the space-faring Craftworlds and those who arrogantly continued the dark practices that first damned their race.

The action then follows Drazhar’s quest to cement his place in legend by slaying a Phoenix Lord in combat, and you can refight each stage of his bloodthirsty journey with three Echoes of War missions that are inspired by the narrative. Finally, the book features all of the datasheets for the models in the battlebox – including the awesome new rules for Jain Zar and Drazhar, both of whom are now utterly terrifying!

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Psychic Awakening: Phoenix Rising

The first in an upcoming series of Psychic Awakening books, Phoenix Rising recounts the seismic events that may well change the future of the Aeldari race forever. Desperate alliances will be forged against ancient enemies. Hope and despair will become entwined. The mightiest champions of the Asuryani, Drukhari and Ynnari will fight as one to prevent their ultimate doom. Of course, this is just the first part of a galaxy-spanning series of events that is set to change the fate of Warhammer 40,000 forever, so even if you’re not an Aeldari fan, chances are you’ll want to get your hands on this book anyway!

You can read all about it and get all of the info you need to refight the key battles in an 80-page hardback book, deluxe Collector’s Edition, or in Enhanced and ePub digital formats. If you’re looking to treat yourself, the Collector’s Edition includes an additional 16 pages of background material, featuring Psychic Awakening fiction in the form of four short stories that won’t be available in print anywhere else!

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In addition to a trio of exciting Echoes of War missions, Phoenix Rising includes rules for two Theatres of War – High Altitude and Maiden World – that you can apply to any of your battles. There are also the updated datasheets for all of the new miniatures from Blood of the Phoenix, as well as a number of other key Characters and units from the narrative.

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And that’s just the start! There are loads of new rules and abilities for the Asuryani and Drukhari – an entire codex expansion’s worth of content! These include Exarch Power options for each Aspect temple, a third psychic discipline in the Runes of Fortune and new customisable Craftworld Attributes that work like the Successor Tactics in Codex: Space Marines! You’ll also find rules for Drukhari Obsessions (specifically for the Kabals, Wych Cults and Haemonculus Covens), and the full set of Ynnari rules first featured in May’s issue of White Dwarf.

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White Dwarf – October 2019

On the topic of White Dwarf, you’ll also be able to pre-order your copy of October’s issue next weekend. While you’re at it, why not subscribe to receive your future copies through the post (usually a few days early, and always with exclusive, full-cover art), as your subscription will conveniently start from next month!

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Keep an eye out for these fantastic releases, all of which will be available to pre-order next weekend. We’ll have more Phoenix Rising and Blood of the Phoenix previews for you to look forward to over the coming week, so be sure to check back every day for more awesome previews. Remember to sign up to our newsletter for all the latest information too!

Battle Sister Bulletin – Part 18: Arco-flagellants

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Today, we bring glorious news as we can, at last, reveal the entire box contents of the upcoming Adepta Sororitas: Sisters of Battle Army Set! While we’ve shown you most of the miniatures in the set so far – and have even given away the amazing new Canoness to a number of lucky individuals* – we’ve kept our powder dry on a couple of the units… but no more! Before we take a closer look at the shiny new Arco-flagellants and Repentia Superior in the box, let’s show the army set off in full…

Amazing, huh? Just to recap, here’s a full list of what you’ll get in the box.

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  • 1x Canoness
  • 10x Battle Sisters
  • 5x Seraphim
  • 1x Repentia Superior
  • 4x Repentia
  • 3x Arco-flagellants
  • 1x Penitent Engine
  • Exclusive Edition of Codex: Adepta Sororitas
  • Adepta Sororitas Datacards
  • 12x Dice
  • 1x Adepta Sororitas Transfer Sheet
  • 1x Warhammer 40,000 Core Rules booklet

Whether you want to start a new Sisters of Battle collection, expand an existing force with the new range of plastic miniatures, or even dip your toes into the (grim, dark and futuristic) waters of Warhammer 40,000 for the first time, the Sisters of Battle Army Set has you totally covered. And no, it’s not an abridged codex – it’s the fully updated new edition of Codex: Adepta Sororitas, with special cover art exclusive to this set!

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Now that you know what you can look forward to, let’s take a look at the rest of the new miniatures in the set…

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What Are They?

In the grim darkness of the far future, it’s really not a good idea to upset the Ecclessiarchy.** To be sentenced to arco-flagellation is to become little more than a weaponised, utterly berserk killer. Over the course of a long, painful process, the convict’s mind is wiped, replaced only with an uncontrollable urge to mete out violent destruction upon their prey. In fact, this process is so effective that Arco-flagellants must be subdued by the pacifier helm rooted deep in their nervous system and cerebellum to render them docile.***

When unleashed in battle, a trigger word is uttered, which not only deactivates the pacifier helms of the Arco-flagellants but floods their bodies with a murderous cocktail of stimms and combat drugs. No sooner has the kill order been given than the pack of Arco-flagellants roars off towards the enemy lines with inhuman speed, tearing through their hapless victims in a destructive whirlwind of cybernetically implanted flails.

The Models

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The design of the Arco-flagellants was heavily inspired by the first example of their kind, the infamous Damien 1427 (seen below) from the classic Inquisitor game.**** Their physiques have been unnaturally distorted by all the cybernetic enhancements, and cables sprout crudely from their skin in multiple places. Some wear ragged clothing or hoods of penance, but they all feature the distinctive pacifier helms, cranial conduits, and the arco-flails that have been surgically grafted in place of their arms.

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As one would expect from psychotic living engines of destruction, the Arco-flagellants are posed to be sprinting at full speed, wildly flailing their weapon limbs in anticipation of the kill. They certainly look suitably intimidating on the battlefield, and you can trust us when we tell you that you won’t want to be on the receiving end of a charge from a unit of them!


Repentia Superior

We couldn’t let you go without quickly talking about the awesome Repentia Superior miniature featured in the army set as well. These fearsome matriarchs are tasked with overseeing the Sisters Repentia in battle, ensuring they stay true to their vows by taking the fight to heretics without fear and with the Emperor’s name on their lips.

To that end, they wield neural whips with which they can ‘remind’ the Repentia of their duty and deliver a sound thrashing to their enemies. This miniature looks every bit the imperious matron, the snarl on her face showing the grim determination she has to see her charges redeemed in battle.

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Coming Soon!

So there you go – a seriously impressive box chock full of brand-new miniatures and more besides! You may have noticed that the models are all single-pose. The good news is this means you’ll be able to get them assembled and on the battlefield in short order.

You may also have noticed that over the course of the series, we’ve hinted at loads of other models that aren’t in this set. That’s because this is actually only the (mind-blowingly awesome) vanguard of an expanded Adepta Sororitas range yet to come. How cool is that?

What’s more, you won’t even have long to wait before you can pre-order this amazing boxed set – it’s out next month!

In the meantime, remember that the long-serving metal range of Adepta Sororitas miniatures is only available for a few more days, so be sure to pick them up now so you’ve got everything you want before they disappear!


*  Those who attended the Warhammer Preview at NOVA earlier this year.
** Unless, of course, you have ambitions of living out the rest of your days as a lobotomised, cybernetically enhanced, drug-fuelled killing machine, that is…
*** There’s no happy place quite like the one that’s mentally imposed upon you! 
**** Inquisitor was a role-playing combat game with 54mm-scale miniatures that really delved into the nitty-gritty of the Imperial underworld. Watch Captain Artemis of the Deathwatch and Inquisitor Eisenhorn actually made their debuts in this game as well.

Lords of the Ossiarch Bonereapers Revealed

Orpheon Katakros is an incomparable strategic genius, capable of conducting warfare across battlelines that stretch across nations and even the Mortal Realms themselves. He is, however, but one man.* His will on the ground is enforced by the brutal Liege-Kavaloi, warrior monarchs charged with slaying those who dare not pay the tithe. Some of you may have spotted one such deadly warrior already – but the time has come for us to have a look at this glorious model in all its baroque splendour.

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A dark mirror of the Lord-Celestant on Dracoth, a Liege-Kavalos is the perfect field general for your Ossiarch Bonereapers army, riding up and down the line and making your units even deadlier in close combat.

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Even among the ranks of these lethal champions, however, one stands out above the rest. Meet Arch-Kavalos Zandtos.

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Patru Zandtos was Katakros’ most trusted general in life. Once a professional assassin, now he is a relentless and savage killer focused on the “purification” of Shyish. Built from the same kit as the Liege-Kavalos, he’s the ideal choice if you’re looking for a fast and brutal Ossiarch Bonereapers force!

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We’ll have more Ossiarch Bonereapers previews for you soon, so watch this space. In the meantime, if you really can’t wait to start your army, Nagash, Arkhan the Black and Morghasts can all be included in an Ossirarch Bonereapers force – so get yours today!


* Well, in a manner of speaking… “technically” he’s made up of parts from loads of different people, so some might argue that he counts as more than one man.

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BK-Nils

Nils, Redakteur bei Brückenkopf-Online. Seit 2001 im Hobby, erstes Tabletop: DSA Armalion. Aktuelle Projekte, Eldar für Warhammer 40.000, Imperial MoW für Warzone, ein bisschen Shadespire und zu viele unbemalte Modelle.

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Kommentare

  • Ich liebe die Sororitas. Die sind vom Stil wirklich genau so, wie ich sie aus meiner aktiven W40k Zeit vor fast 20 Jahren in Erinnerung habe. Wenn die Preise irgendwie in Ordnung gehen, könnte es wirklich sein, dass ich mit denen zurück zu GW finde. Die Chancen stehen da zwar nicht gut, aber man kann ja hoffen. Verdient hätte es diese tolle Armee wirklich.

    • Sie haben überreizt. Nach dem ewigen Versuch, einen Hype am Leben zu halten, ist er unbemerkt verstorben.
      Dazu das Ganze in einer Box, in teils unsinniger Zusammenstellung. Vermutlich auch absurd teuer.
      Das X-Wing 2.0, aus Nottingham.

      • Ich bin sowieso niemand, der sich für einen kurzfristigen Hype interessiert und eine Armee kauft, die er dann sofort wieder auf den Second Hand Markt wirft. Das scheint inzwischen ja fast die Normalität geworden zu sein, wenn man mal ein paar Gruppen auf Facebook betrachtet. Im Tabletop kann man doch auch gerne mal ein oder zwei Jahre warten und sich dennoch auf ein Produkt freuen, ohne die Vorfreude zu verlieren?

      • Ich feier die Schwestern eigendlich erst seit grob 3 Wochen. Vorher hab ich die ganzen Vorschauen einfach ignoriert 😉

  • Die Eldar vs Dark Eldar Box soll angeblich 180 Euro Liste kosten. Das ist mir denn doch zu happig, nur um die neuen Miniaturen jetzt schon zu bekommen. Außerdem bin ich eigentlich nur an Jain Zar und den neuen Incubi interessiert. Da warte ich lieber noch ein halbes Jahr auf den separaten Release.

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    Die neuen Sororitas kommen also erst einmal in Form einer Art Starterbox Armee mit Mono-Pose-Miniaturen. Das hatte ich irgendwie schon vermutet. Dann kommen die vollwertigen Miniaturen also erst später. Nun, die Kiste werde ich mir wohl zweimal kaufen – hoffentlich hat GW genug davon produziert.

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    Die Minis der Ossiarch für Age of Sigmar gefallen mir schon sehr gut. Aktuell habe ich für so ein Projekt einer neuen und potentiell recht teuren Armee weder Zeit noch Geld übrig (das wird halt in die Soros gehen).

    • Das sind die „vollwertigen“ Figuren monopose ist seit einiger Zeit wieder Standard bei GW.
      Nur die Arme und Köpfe sind machmal lose.

      • Ne das sind extra Gussrahmen in denen verschiedene Einheiten gemixt sind, auf youtube kann man die schon sehen.

        Aber die Tendenz zu Posenarmut sehe ich auch mit traurigem Auge.

  • Die neuen Sororitas gefallen mir sehr gut. Die werden den Weg in meine Sammlung finden.

    Als kleinen Kritikpunkt möchte ich jedoch die Repentia Superior nennen. Erstens kann ich jetzt schon sagen was mir sofort an dem Modell abbrechen wird und zweitens hoffe ich, dass die Einheit so nicht einzeln verkauft wird. Wenn ich 1x Superior und 9 Repentias für mein Rhino haben will, dann fehlt mir eine Repentia, da ich ja nur auf 8 Modelle kommen werde. Das ist echt schade, dass man sich dann die Box noch ein 3mal kaufen muss, um 9 bzw 10 Repentia zu spielen.

    Oder aber, GW hofft genau darauf; dass das passiert…

  • Immer diese Verallgemeinerungen 😒

    Ich kenne genug Leute, mich eingeschlossen, die sich wie Bolle auf die neuen Schwestern freuen.
    Die Preise werden doch höchstwahrscheinlich auf üblichen GW Niveau liegen, also hochpreisig bestimmt, aber auf dem selben Level wie die restliche Range.
    Und woher weißt du das die Zusammenstellung des Inhalts der Box unsinnig ist? Kennst du die Regeln des neuen Codex schon? Weist du was andere Leute haben möchten?

    • Wenn sie nicht wieder alles durcheinanderschmeißen, ist die Anzahl Miniaturen, nicht sinnig. Außer die Sprungtruppe. Und, wie hier auch schon erwähnt, kann man sich die Box nicht zweimal kaufen. Wenn man nicht für viel Kram bezahlen will, den man nicht brauchen kann.

  • Hoffe das Gerücht mit den 180€ für Psychisches Erwachen ist falsch… hatte auf eine Box im Stil der letzten Mischboxen gehofft… Kann natürlich durchaus sein, GW zieht ja derzeit wieder an den Preisen.
    Auch bei den Sisters finde ich es persönlich Sachade, das Buch, Karten und Würfel dabei sind. Die Figuren alleine hätte ich sofort genommen. So wird das wohl unverhältnismässig teuer.
    Schade das GW alle – prinzipiell rabattierten – Boxen so gestaltet, dass man nur eine sinnvoll kaufen kann. Ansonsten hat man zig überflüssige Charaktermodelle oder anderen Schnickschnack am Bein. Ich verstehe die wirtschaftliche Entscheidung, aber Schade ist es trotzdem, besonders bei den Start Collecting Boxen.

    • 180€ wär schon echt happig, aber zugegebenermaßen ist in der Box auch derbe viel drin.
      Ich hab da nicht wirklich mit dem ganzen Zusatzkram gerechnet.

      Ich war auch über den Falcon total verwundert. Der Falcon und die Vyper sind ja so auch schon bei ca. 65 Euro, außerhalb der Box.

      Vielleicht verkauft sich der Kram einzeln aktuell nicht so xD

      • Naja, das sind beides Fahrzeuge, die man schon für D-Mark kaufen konnte. Denke mal, dass die fast jeder schon hat.

  • “You may also have noticed that over the course of the series, we’ve hinted at loads of other models that aren’t in this set. That’s because this is actually only the (mind-blowingly awesome) vanguard of an expanded Adepta Sororitas range yet to come. How cool is that?“

    Wie cool das ist? Überhaupt nicht. Null.
    Davon abgesehen finde ich die neuen Minis aber alle echt schön.

  • Sehr ich das richtig, das sowohl der September- als auch der Oktober-WD nichts für AI beinhaltet? Oder übersehe ich da was?

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