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
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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!