GW: Adeptus Titanicus und Mittelerde
Kommenden Samstag gibt es ein neues Buch für Adeptus Titanicus und Cerastus Knights und für das Mittelerde-Strategiespiel gibt es neue Profilkarten.
Sunday Preview: Fighting for the Forge World
We’ve got a massive week coming up with new releases for Adeptus Titanicus and the Middle-earth Strategy Battle Game. There are also exciting new releases from Black Library set in both the Mortal Realms and the 41st Millennium. Plus, Saturday sees the Indomitus boxed set hit the shelves of stores worldwide.
The Horus Heresy comes to one of the Imperium’s greatest forge worlds in The Defence of Ryza, the latest campaign book for Adeptus Titanicus. Will you valiantly defend the planet in the name of the Emperor or will you claim it for Horus?
Alongside narrative missions, the book includes rules for four new Titan Legions, four new maniples and six new Knightly Houses. The most exciting feature in the new book is the rules that allow you to create your own Titan Legion! Choose specific wargear, stratagems, and traits, then unleash your Legio in battle. There are also allegiance rules, meaning you can declare any Legio (including your own) to be Loyalist, Traitor or even Blackshield. The book will be available in hardback and ePub editions.
If you’re fighting over one of the most productive forge worlds in the galaxy, you’re going to need some reinforcements. Cerastus Knights are feared as weapons of extermination. A new kit will allow you to unleash four of these fast and deadly war machines in your games of Adeptus Titanicus. You can build two Cerastus Knight-Castigators armed with warblades and bolt cannons, and two Cerastus Knight-Acherons equipped with chainfists and flame cannons.
To round off the Adeptus Titanicus releases is the The Defence of Ryza Stratagem Cards pack. Featuring all 26 Stratagems from the book, this set is a great way to easily reference your rules during a game.
These releases open up brand-new ways to play Adeptus Titanicus, adding even more depth and customisation to your battles of giant war engines.
Whether you grabbed Indomitus on pre-order, Made to Order or you’re picking one up in a store on Saturday, you’ll want to grab the new Citadel Colour spray paint. It’s Runelord Brass in a can, and it’s the perfect way to basecoat Necrons from the Szarekhan Dynasty quickly. In fact, it’s ideal for basecoating ANYTHING that you want to be brass coloured.