Forge World: Doom of Mymeara & More – Pre-Orders LIVE!

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Fresh of the presses from Forge World – The Doom of Mymeara and a slew of new Eldar upgrades!

Forge World has the new Hard Back Imperial Armour – The Doom of Mymeara up for Pre-order. Looks like Christmas has come early for the Eldar because they are getting a TON of new toys to play with!

via Forge World

Imperial Armour: The Doom of Mymeara £50

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Three massive Eldar war hosts attack the Imperial world of Betalis III. Their reason cannot be known but they must be stopped. Arrayed against them are the Cadian 6th Armoured Regiment of the Astra Militarum, Bran Redmaw’s Great Company of Space Wolves and Titans of the Legio Gryphonicus.

The Eldar may live to regret their incursion.

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Imperial Armour: The Doom of Mymeara contains detailed background on the war fought on Betalis III and its protagonists. It includes rules for characters, vehicles, and flyers as well as colossal Eldar Titans and wraith constructs.

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This book also contains the complete army list for the Eldar Corsairs, a unique army of Eldar who have abandoned their Craftworlds to follow the Path of the Outcast.

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Skathach Wraithknight With Deathshroud Cannon £105

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A much rarer form of wraith construct than the Wraithknight itself, Skathach Wraithknights were designed to walk the endless paths of the Eldar’s ethereal realm and to purge them of any who would dare trespass. Equipped with complex webway shunt generators and rare, specialized weapons, Skathach Wraithknights are few in number, but devastating in battle.

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Skathach Wraithknights are often armed with a pair of deathshroud cannon. Similar to the armament of the Deathspinner grav tank, the deathshroud cannon projects a dense field of monofilament wire which leaves only recognizable gore in its wake. The area affected can be adjusted for maximum coverage or increased lethality.

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The Skathach Wraithknight with Deathshroud Cannon is a complete, multi-part resin and plastic kit that builds one model which stands almost 9” tall. The kit includes a pair of deathshroud cannon.

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Skathach Wraithknight With Inferno Lances £105

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A much rarer form of wraith construct than the Wraithknight itself, Skathach Wraithknights were designed to walk the endless paths of the Eldar’s ethereal realm and to purge them of any who would dare trespass. Equipped with complex webway shunt generators and rare, specialised weapons, Skathach Wraithknights are few in number, but devastating in battle.

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A refinement of the fusion weaponry of the Fire Dragons, the inferno lance is capable of burning through the armour of even the mightiest enemy war machine in a single, sustained burst of superheated particles and high-band radiation. To make the best use of the inferno lance, they are usually equipped as a pair.

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The Skathach Wraithknight with Inferno Lances is a complete, multi-part resin and plastic kit that builds one model which stands almost 9” tall. The kit includes a pair of inferno lances.

Eldar Corsair Jetbikes Upgrade Kit £12

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Eschewing the path of the craftworld Eldar, Corsairs live in self-imposed exile. They seek to explore and experience all the galaxy has to offer. Whilst not as given to excess as their cousins in Commorragh, the Corsairs prey upon worlds and ships as they need.

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Preferring to go to battle with speed as their armour, swift Eldar jetbikes are perfectly suited for Corsair Raids. These agile personal vehicles are often equipped with dissonance cannon; weapons that harness sound to induce internal haemorrhaging and convulsions in their targets.

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This multi-part resin upgrade kit includes the components to upgrade a unit of three Eldar Windriders to Corsair Jetbikes; three Eldar Corsair heads; three pairs of Corsair Jetbike fins; and three dissonance cannon.

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Plastic kits shown in some images are sold separately.

New Army Lists (Eldar Corsairs), new Wraithknight upgrades, new Jetbike upgrades, flyer and vehicle rules… oh – and don’t forget ALL THE TITAN LOVE in this Book. I know at least ONE Eldar player that’s got a BIG RED grin on his face (I’m talking about BigRed).

 

Eldar Rejoice – The Doom has come for your wallets courtesy of Forge World!

  • Me

    And you only need $300+ more to get free shipping!

    • Deacon Ix

      £250 in the UK which is about $380… which is the main reason I have been waiting for this to bump my order up above that mark…

  • crazyredpraetorian

    What about the Space Wolves?

    • Severius_Tolluck

      as the first edition, fancy pdfs of color schemes. Although I would imagine they added the fire raptor for them this time round as it came out shortly after the last iteration of this book i think.

    • Joseph Boyd

      Im sure some rules changed for them! But BOLS Sucks and they really like to discuss the armies that are more relevant to themselves. Then they drag it on for 3 months and post one crappy article about space marines. ect…ect…

      • Severius_Tolluck

        well honestly though the space wolf section honestly had no new rules or formations in the first edition, all it had was slightly altered force orgs to represent red maw’s forces. That and a campaign. Eldar got those bone singers and other junk though which was unfair! Can tell I’m an old salty wolves player eh? I would hope they slip in the cerastus and fire raptors, and maybe the new flyer for marines in there. Either way its worth collecting if you love the art work and the campaigns they illustrate. Which is why i am secretly excited about gw core releasing campaigns (and the same time in utter dread). The only thing is, will FW stop producing IA books if GW keeps releasing this campaigns like Kayoun? Also if an IA book is roughly 70$ USA, (before shipping obviously) How do they get away with the 75 dollar pricepoint, in fact I dont understand why the end times, and AoS books have been that high either. They should be 50, maybe 60, codexes should be 38-45.. when comparing to compettitors and agianst DnD but i digress that is a whole nother topic.

  • Deacon Ix

    ‘recognizable’ really?

    That aside I have been waiting for this

  • euansmith

    Bran Redmaw… he might be rough, but he keeps you regular.

  • PrimoFederalist

    All very cool. Question, though: does anyone know if the Space Wolves section will have any updated rules?

    It is my understanding that the last book had a “formation” of sorts which was [roughly] three squads of Grey Hunters each with a Land Raider dedicated transport and those three squads had Rage and Furious Charge.

    So can anyone confirm if those what the rule/formation was in the last book and is there any intel on what rules (if any) will be in DoM for the SWs? Any info would be greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance!

  • OolonColluphid

    FW Eldar are somehow less OP then the Craftworld Codex Eldar.

    Also Space Wolves need useful Contemptors.

  • Tox

    More Eldar goodies, I hope they are just holding off the Ork & Elysian update of book 8 for after they see what GW does with the new Ork & Guard codexes. Personally I play my Squats off IA 12 DKoK rules, so I hope that is next.