GW: Wochenvorschau mit Blutdämon und mehr
Kommenden Samstag kommt ein mächtiger Charakter aus der Horus Heresy und der Vartijan Exo-Driller von Forge World und Games Workshop hat den Knight Questoris als neu gepackte Box und es gibt die zwei Teams, sowie das Buch aus der Nachmund Box von Killteam einzeln.
Sunday Preview – Ka’bandha Sits Atop a Throne of Kill Team
If you’ve been extra keen to get stuck into your next game of Warhammer: The Horus Heresy this week, it could be the influence of Ka’bandha seeping into your mind.* The arrival of the Daemon General nears, and he’s not coming alone – it’s another packed week of new pre-orders.
The Horus Heresy
Ka’bandha, Daemon General of Signus
Ka’bandha, nemesis of the Blood Angels, is coming to Warhammer: The Horus Heresy at last. Towering above his fallen foes and sweeping scores of screaming soldiers aside with each swing of his infernal weapons, the Daemon General is a terrifying force of nature who drenches entire battlefields with blood in the name of Khorne.
This colossal resin miniature, the largest of the Horus Heresy Character Series so far, can be displayed with or without his horned helm. He may be used in games of Warhammer: The Horus Heresy with an upcoming rules download.
The Ironhead Squat Prospectors specialise in extracting rare materials, and when the worst that Necromunda has to offer rears its head (or heads… the ash wastes get weird), they deploy the lumbering Vartijan Exo-Drillers. Clad in inches-thick armour plating and powered by the wonders of Squat artifice, the Exo-Driller can wade through barrages of enemy fire – while giving plenty in return.
The Questoris-class Imperial Knights are the mainstay of any Knight House, filling a wide variety of battlefield roles in support of their Armiger underlings – or crusading forth alongside allied forces as a mighty Freeblade. This reboxed kit can build any one of the six Imperial Knight variants, plus the legendary Canis Rex – and you can even use it to create a Chaos Knight Despoiler.
Warhammer 40.000: Killteam
Fresh from duelling Heretic Astartes in the Nachmund Gauntlet, the Corsair Voidscarred will soon be claiming plunder as an independent force. These stylish void pirates cut a mean streak across games of Kill Team, and they can also be built as two different units found in Warhammer 40,000’s Codex: Aeldari.
Chaos Space Marine Legionaries
With Chaos ascendant, traitorous Astartes converge for glory, power, and a spot of carnage on the side. Many Legionaries have thousands of years of experience to draw on, forming flexible kill teams that mix raw strength and cunning tactics with lethal sorceries and powerful weapons.
This set contains the existing Chaos Space Marines sprues, plus a set of upgrades for building deadly specialists – with their own rules for Warhammer 40,000 in the new Codex: Chaos Space Marines.
Kill Team: Nachmund (Book)
Embark on critical missions in the war-torn Nachmund Gauntlet with Kill Team: Nachmund. Previously found only in the Kill Team: Nachmund boxed set, this softcover book is packed with lore, missions, and cinematic killzone rules. Also included are full rules for the Corsair Voidscarred and Legionary kill teams.
Quelle: Games Workshop