GW: Wochenvorschau mit Rittern und Vampiren
Zwei neue Varianten der Cerastus Knights schreiten über die Schlachtfelder der fernen Zukunft, während die blutrünstigen Vampire der Drakfang Thirsters die Blood Bowl Stadien der Alten Welt unsicher machen werden.
Sunday Preview – Knights, Vampires, and Classic Warhammer 40,000 Terrain
The Acheron variant of the lofty Knight Cerastus loves nothing more than to get right up into the very grille of the foe. Armed with a flamestorm cannon and reaper chainfist, it can clear infantry in great gouts of superheated promethium or wide sweeps of its chainblade. It’s an exterminator, a grim steed designed for the express purpose of slaughter.
Cerastus Knight Castigator
The Castigator prefers to fight at mid range, laying down a hail of high-yield explosive shells from its castigator boltcannon. It can still tussle in melee, however, with its tempest warblade – a mighty sword that deploys volkite technology to really lay on the hurt.
Made to Order Warhammer 40,000 Terrain
With the new edition of Warhammer 40,000 in full, ferocious swing, it’s time to get your battlefields looking spiffy. With that in mind, a whole bunch of classic terrain kits are being rereleased on a Made to Order basis – as well as the ever-popular hero bases and basing details. They’ll all be available from next Saturday, the 23rd of September until 8am on Monday, the 2nd of October.
There are six returning terrain kits: the classic Aegis Defence Line, the Imperial Bastion, the Skyshield Landing Pad, the Imperial Bunker, the Imperial Defence Emplacement, and the Imperial Defence Line. They are joined by the Warhammer 40,000 Hero Bases and the Sector Imperialis Large Base Detail Kit.
After a long rest, the Vampires are returning to Blood Bowl (they said they’d be back…) with a selection of fang-tastic releases.
The Drakfang Thirsters
The Vampires are back to suck the blood out of Blood Bowl, with a new plastic team. You get 14 players in total – two Vampire Blitzers, two Vampire Runners, two Vampire Throwers, and eight Thralls for a mid-match snack. You also get all the usual balls, coins, and tokens – and a transfer sheet.
Spike! Journal Issue 16
You’ve got the team and you’ve assembled the star players, so you’re probably going to need rules for them. Spike! Journal 16 contains all that and more – it’s a one-stop shop for all things Vampire in Blood Bowl, including rules, tactics, lore, and more.
Vampire Team Pitch, Cards, and Dice
Complete the vampiric look with these accessories: a double-sided pitch and dugout set (in which you play in a Vampire’s castle with some very flammable carpet), some chic dice for the proper obeisances to Nuffle, and a card set which includes two types of Special Play, reference cards, Star Player cards, and blank positional cards to record your on team.
Quelle: Games Workshop