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The Hive Mind is constantly adapting in its relentless quest to consume biomass, and Codex: Tyranids is the latest expression of its cold, calculating alien will. This 120-page book replaces the Tyranid Index with six new Detachments each with unique abilities, rules, Enhancements and Stratagems, on top of datasheets for 47 Tyranid units. New Crusade content, pages of lore, and a showcase of beautifully painted miniatures complete this essential guide to the Tyranids.
Codex: Tyranids – Collector’s Edition
Submit fully to overwhelming psychic might of the Hive Mind with this Collector’s Edition which features bespoke cover art, with light purple foil cover text and page edges, and a black ribbon marker. This edition is a limited print run and is only available while stocks last.
When the Hive Mind identifies a stubborn target that needs eliminating or strategic object that needs claiming, it will distil part of its essence into a towering Norn Emissary. These massive creatures are spawned with a singular purpose, and pursue it with unrelenting ferocity. The Norn Emissary dominates its foes with powerful psychic powers which can shrug off grievous blows as it hunts down its prey.
This kit can also build a Norn Assimilator, an inexhaustible assassin bristling with razor-sharp bio-weapons that can pinion its prey, before it carves them up with its scything talons.
Tyranid vanguard organisms are used to sow terror among enemy forces, and few do it as well as Deathleaper. A fine-honed advancement of the Lictor strain, Deathleaper uses its instinctual understanding of fear responses to terrorise its foes, incapacitating and sowing paranoia before it guts its targets with a fearsome array of talons and claws.
Lictors are living weapons that blend seamlessly with the environment with chameleonic skin, and use feeder tendrils to absorb key information from their targets’ shattered craniums. This kit is the most adaptable Lictor ever, and can be built in three distinct poses that allow for dozens of options each.
All Tyranids cause some degree of fear in most foes, but the Neurolictor is able to trigger atavistic terror responses in even the most well-drilled warriors. Its neural disruption field sows psychological havoc, and thanks to its ability to stay hidden, its prey rarely even realise what is causing these nightmarish visions.
Genestealers are swift vanguard organisms sent far ahead of the invasion swarms to seek new planets to devour. Able to tear even a Terminator in two with impunity, this box comes with the option to outfit each figure with tentacled Ymgarl heads – named after the planet they were first discovered on.
Originally spawned to patrol the arterial passages of hive fleets, Termagants overwhelm their foes with sheer numbers. This box contains 10 Termagants and a Ripper Swarm, plus an upgrade frame containing devourers, spinefists, and special weapons – a powerful spike rifle, a strangleweb, and a shardlauncher.
Hormagaunts are agile, bounding bioforms that act as the invasion swarm’s shock troops. These preternaturally fast creatures are little more than delivery mechanisms for razor sharp talons.
Biovores anchor themselves into the ground with sharp limbs, while the symbiotic creature on their backs fires its payload of spore mines – living ammunition that hunts down its targets. This kit can also be built as a Pyrovore, which pre-digests biomass with torrents of corrosive acid and chemical fire. Guaranteed to put even the staunchest of warriors off their lunch.
Combat Patrol: Tyranids
Cultivate the beginnings of an endless tide of bioforms, or do battle with the Vardenghast Swarm in games of Combat Patrol – the choice is yours with Combat Patrol: Tyranids. This box contains a Winged Tyranid Prime, 20 Termagants, five Barbgaunts, three Von Ryan’s Leapers, a bulbous Psychophage, and two additional Ripper Swarms.
Datasheet Cards: Tyranids
All 47 new Tyranids datasheets cards are present in a clear and concise format in the Datasheet Cards: Tyranids pack, a perfect accompaniment to Codex: Tyranids. The pack also contains five Combat Patrol Datasheet Cards for quick reference, and features a foil glint edge. These cards will supersede the index that is currently available online.
Tyranids Dice Set
Emulate the click-clack of armour plates and scything talons when rolling these gorgeous Levithan-themed dice, which are cast in swirly plastic with the Tyranid logo and pips in white ink. This Tyranid Dice Set contains sixteen dice – that’s four in each hand for a Genestealer!
Quelle: Warhammer Community