GW: Killteam, Warhammer Underworlds und Tyraniden
Games Workshop geben vor dem Jahreswechsel noch einmal richtig Gas, mit Neuheiten für Warhammer 40.000 Kill Team und Warhammer Underworlds, Verstärkungen für die Tyraniden und dem Alpha Legion Saboteur Consul für Horus Heresy.
Sunday Preview – Kill Team: Salvation Stalks Into View
Kill Team: Salvation – Pre-order from 23rd of December
The next instalment of Kill Team pits Space Marine Scouts and Aeldari Striking Scorpions in tense skirmishes across the seabound rigs of Bheta-Decima. This box contains 10 all-new Space Marine Scouts and 10 all-new Striking Scorpions, five pieces of Mechanicus-themed terrain – and on top of that, there’s an exclusive 88-page Kill Team: Salvation manual that contains the lore and rules for both Kill Teams and an exclusive set of datacards and token sheets for each.
Killzone: Bheta-Decima – Pre-order from 23rd of December
Take the fight to the perilous rig complexes of Bheta-Decima with a new Killzone, which contains a game board and 18 pieces of terrain, including a Ferratonic Furnace with new components, a collection of gantries, and nine objective markers.
Warhammer Underworlds: Deathgorge
Daggok’s Stab-Ladz – Pre-order from 23rd of December
Warbands are lured to the Deathgorge for all sorts of purposes, from pilfering treasure to syphoning souls. In the case of Daggok’s Stab-Ladz, it’s discretely detaching the heads of worthy opponents to steal their know-wotz. Daggok’s Stab-Ladz are dedicated to ensuring their boss rises to the rank of Killaboss, undertaking a range of kunnin’ schemes to cement his success.
Malevolent Masks Rivals Deck – Pre-order from 23rd of December
An old Ghurish legend tells that a collection of six daemon-haunted masks carved by a mad artificer was lost when the Drakatoa the Living Avalanche destroyed the city that housed them. They have now resurfaced in the Deathgorge, willing warbands to harness their powers as they fight for victory – despite dangerous consequences. This brand new universal Rivals deck is easy to use – simply pick a warband, and then open, shuffle, and play your deck.
A selection of Tyranids first available in Warhammer 40,000: Leviathan and the subsequent Starter Sets are now splintering off from the main hive fleet and into your own forces.
Von Ryan’s Leapers – Pre-order from 23rd of December
Lethal and nimble in equal measure, Von Ryan’s Leapers are supremely sneaky hunters that infiltrate battlefields, lying in wait to ambush their unsuspecting prey in a whirlwind of chitinous blades.
Winged Tyranid Prime – Pre-order from 23rd of December
The Winged Tyranid Prime is a powerful synapse creature adapted for rapid assaults, swooping into battle to command strikes on critical targets marked out by the Hive Mind.
Psychophage – Pre-order from 23rd of December
Biomass is the Tyranids’ singular purpose, and many of their bio-organisms contribute during combat by ingesting their foes. The Psychophage has been adapted to consume enemy psykers, somehow metabolising their meals into torrents of a psychocorrosive ash.
Neurogaunts – Pre-order from 23rd of December
The synapse network allows the Hive Mind to control its swarming forces on the ground, and Neurogaunts act both as living relays for synapse node-beasts and a wall of flesh and claws to stand between their leaders and the foe.
Horrors of the Hive – Pre-order from 23rd of December
The Horrors of the Hive are powerful bio-organisms that more than equal the most powerful mechanised weapons of their prey. This set includes a Screamer-Killer and a Neurotyrant with its two Neuroloid tokens – pure expressions of physical aggression and psychic domination.
Warhammer: The Horus Heresy
Alpha Legion Saboteur Consul – Pre-order from 23rd of December
The Alpha Legion are exceptionally gifted in the art of deception, and the Alpha Legion Saboteur is a maestro of misdirection. He undertakes false operations to damage the command and logistical structures of enemy Legions with carefully planted explosives.
Quelle: Warhammer Community