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Magnus is out and has returned with the power of his sons behind him – Here come the Thousand Sons!

via Games Workshop

Magnus the Red $130


The air screams as Magnus the Red descends from the skies, and stone runs molten beneath his shadow. Cyclopean son of the Emperor of Mankind, his very presence is anathema to logic. To look upon him is to surrender sanity, and when the Crimson King gazes back, destruction is loosed in unimaginable measure. Second only to the Emperor in terms of psychic ability, he rends asunder reality with a sweep of his blade, annihilating even super-heavy vehicles with the sheer intensity of his ire. Then, with a flex of mighty pinions, Magnus the Red is borne aloft, glorying in his unnatural power as he brings fresh calamity to the weaklings who oppose him.

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This multi-part plastic kit contains the components necessary to assemble Magnus the Red, Daemon Primarch of Tzeentch. An imposing winged model whose size is appropriate to his power, he comes with a selection of 3 different faces (cyclopean, open helm and closed helm), is clad in armour dating from before the dark days of the Horus Heresy and has an array of modelling options: accessories include magical tomes, scrolls and daggers. He’s armed with the frankly ostentatious Blade of Magnus, modelled as a choice of glaive or sword. Supplied with a Citadel 100mm Round based, and a crushed Space Wolf Dreadnought for a base detail!

Ahriman $40


For ten thousand years, the seeker of arcane truths known as Ahriman has roamed the galaxy in a quest to acquire every artefact, every tome and every scroll that harbours eldritch powers. Worlds burn in his shadow as he plucks these treasures from their owners by any means necessary. Resistance is the last error his enemies can make – Tzeentchian magic reshapes reality around them, a pass of the Black Staff twisting their bodies unnaturally until nothing remains but bubbling flesh. Ahriman, lord of a broken Legion; his determination is such that destiny itself bends to his whim.


This multi-part plastic kit contains the components necessary to assemble Ahriman, Arch-Sorcerer of the Thousand Sons. Armed with an Inferno bolt pistol and the Black Staff of Ahriman, he comes elevated upon a Disc of Tzeentch. Supplied with a Citadel 50mm Round base.


War Zone Fenris: Wrath of Magnus Limited Edition $200


Limited to 1,250 copies, this edition of War Zone Fenris: Wrath of Magnus comes in a beautiful gatefold box with magnetic clasp, and features the 136-page Book 1 with soft touch lamination and foil blocking, and 2 booklets full of rules for Thousand Sons and Daemons of Tzeentch. Also included in the box is a deck of foil blocked Daemons of Tzeentch psychic powers cards, 4 metal Warp Flame gaming counters and 6 metal Tactical Objective markers.

The skies of Fenris are aflame, the awful truth revealed. The Thousand Sons, hidden architects of the Space Wolves’ darkest hour, have launched an arcane invasion across those realms sacred to the Sons of Russ. The Wulfen’s Curse has taken hold, the daemonic invasions that followed it a precursor to deadly Imperial bombardments that saw Chapter set against Chapter. The bringer of this system-spanning doom is Magnus the Red, an ancient demigod overthrown by the Fenrisians of yore. With the daemon primarch’s reappearance in realspace, a vendetta ten thousand years in the making has flared into world-shattering violence. The Crimson King is back to conquer Fenris, and the legions of the Warp march with him.

War Zone Fenris: Wrath of Magnus (Hardback) $75


The Books

War Zone Fenris: Wrath of Magnus is the concluding part of the saga that began with War Zone Fenris: Curse of the Wulfen, in which the Thousand Sons return to Fenris to enact vengeance on the hated Space Wolves – led by their Daemon Primarch, Magnus the Red.

Book 1


This 136-page hardback book contains the thunderous, galaxy-shaking story of the Wrath of Magnus; set over 3 chapters, it features a huge selection of brand-new artwork supporting the story within. There’s also a uniform guide, with colours and icon guides for several Thousand Sons warbands:

– Thralls of Magnus
– The Sectai Prosperine
– The Tizcan Host
– The Prism of Fate
– The Blades of Magnus
– The Exiled and Estranged

Book 2


The 64-page book 2 of War Zone Fenris: Wrath of Magnus features a huge amount of new Chaos Space Marines and Chaos Daemons:

New datasheets, special rules and wargear for:
– Ahriman
– Exalted Sorcerer
– Tzaangors
– Rubric Marines
– Scarab Occult Terminators
– Magnus the Red

6 Formations for Codex: Chaos Space Marines:
– War Cabal
– War Coven
– Tzaangor Warherd
– Sekhmet Conclave
– Ahriman’s Exiles
– Rehati War Sect

Plus new and updated psychic disciplines:
– an updated Discipline of Tzeentch
– Sinistrum Discipline
– Heretech Discipline
– Ectomancy Discipline
– Geomortis Discipline

Thousand Sons special rules:
– 6 Thousand Sons Warlord Traits
– Chaos Artefacts of the Thousand Sons
– Thousand Sons Grand Coven Detachment
– 6 Thousand Sons Tactical Objectives
– 3 Thousand Sons Altar of War missions

New datasheets, special rules and wargear for:
– Pink Horrors
– Blue Horrors
– Brimstone Horrors

4 Formations for Codex: Chaos Daemons:
– Lorestealer Host
– Brimstone Conflagration
– Omniscient Oracles
– Heralds Anarchic

Plus new and updated daemonic loci and icons of Chaos.

Daemons of Tzeentch special rules:
– Tzeentchian Warp Storm table
– Pandemoniad of Tzeentch Detachment
– 6 Daemons of Tzeentch Tactical Objectives
– 3 Daemons of Tzeentch Altar of War missions


Exalted Sorcerers $60


Twisted arcanists, wicked of intent and strange of form, Exalted Sorcerers have an encyclopædic knowledge of spells and are able to bend reality to their desires. Amongst their number are warrior-mystics that have stalked the galaxy for ten thousand years – to these masters of the esoteric, matters of war are a crass distraction, but these visionaries bring a terrible focus to bear when battle rages. Enemies are torn to shreds by devastating magical barrages, hideously changed, twisted and distorted as the most ill-fated Chaos Spawn.


This multi-part plastic kit contains all the parts necessary to make 3 Exalted Sorcerers, each armed with Inferno bolt pistols and force staves. The kit includes 6 different chest plates, 7 different heads and a Disc of Tzeentch – this can be modelled upside down with different visible details, and includes magic flame for elevation. Supplied with 3 32mm Round bases and 1 40mm Round base.

Rubric Marines $50


Stepping out from the fog of war come the Rubricae. Many of these undying warriors were psykers in their own right, before an ancient curse damned them to an eternity as living husks – their baroque power armour now contains nothing but sparkling dust. In battle, a malevolent witch-light crackles around the eyes of these traitor Space Marines as they open fire on those they would have once called brothers. Their infernal weaponry spits plumes of warpfire into the ranks of the foe, flesh and molten armour exploding in all directions as salvo after salvo hits home.

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This multi-part plastic kit contains all the parts necessary to assemble 10 Rubric Marines, armed with either Inferno boltguns or warpflamers. One model can be armed with a soulreaper cannon, one can carry an Icon of Flame, and one can be assembled as an Aspiring Sorcerer, who is armed with a force stave and either an Inferno bolt pistol or warpflame pistol. Supplied with 10 Citadel 32mm Round bases.


Scarab Occult Terminators $60


Scarab Occult Terminators were once the finest psykers in the Thousand Sons Legion, bodyguards to Magnus the Red himself. Reduced to dust along with their brethren, they now possess only an echo of their previous intellect. They stride into battle at the behest of their sorcerous masters, advancing with an eerie, stoic calm; clad in ornate armour, they bear down on the foe in near-silence until their weaponry is unleashed. Then, the sickening sound of khopesh blades and Inferno combi-bolters tearing into flesh rings out, delivering death to those who insult the warriors of Prospero with their resistance.

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This multi-part plastic kit contains the components necessary to assemble 5 Scarab Occult Terminators, armed with Inferno combi-bolters and khopesh blades. One model can be assembled with an included heavy warpflamer, soulreaper cannon or hellfyre missile rack. One model can be assembled as a Scarab Occult Sorcerer, who can exchange his combi-bolter for an included power sword. Supplied with 5 Citadel 40mm Round bases.


Tzaangors $45


Tzaangors are bright of colouration and sharp of intellect. Their beaks clack as they chant blasphemous refrains in their dark tongues, gimlet eyes glowing in their aquiline skulls. They look to transcend their existences by seeking out the most powerful artefacts and priceless relics – in serving sorcerous masters, they may earn the chance to elevate themselves. However, a cruel streak resides within the soul of every Tzaangor, and their artistic pretensions are often set aside in favour of sheer, shocking brutality.

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This multi-part plastic kit contains all the components necessary to assemble 10 Tzaangors, armed with either 2 close combat weapons or an autopistol and chainsword. One model can be assembled as a Twistbray, with his own head options. Supplied with 10 Citadel 32mm Round bases.

Thousand Sons New Releases $460


A Traitor Space Marines Legion dedicated solely to the service of Tzeentch, the Thousand Sons are notable for the sheer number of powerful psykers amongst their number. Living embodiments of sorcery animated by Chaos, they are a fearsome foe, using spectacular psychic ability and guile to outwit and destroy.

This bundle nets you a collection of Thousand Sons miniatures, along with a copy of War Zone Fenris: Wrath of Magnus containing rules and formations for fielding them in games of Warhammer 40,000.

You’ll receive:

– 1 Magnus the Red
– 1 Ahriman
– 3 Exalted Sorcerers
– 5 Scarab Occult Terminators
– 10 Rubric Marines
– 10 Tzaangors
– War Zone Fenris: Wrath of Magnus, filled with rules and formations for Thousand Sons and Chaos Daemons.

Space Hulk $125



Pit the mighty Blood Angels Terminators against a lethal swarm of agile Genestealers in this two-player board game. Inside the cramped confines of a derelict Space Hulk known as the Sin of Damnation, the Blood Angels must fight to save Mankind from the alien menace that lies within.

Games of Space Hulk are played on a gaming area made up of high-quality card tiles which fit together to create the cramped confines of the Space Hulk. Each of the 16 missions included in the boxed game uses a different set-up, or alternatively you can assemble the pieces in any way you like and create your own bespoke games.

The rules to play the game and 16 missions are all contained within two full colour booklets: the Rulebook and Mission Book. There are also 35 plastic Citadel miniatures, including: 11 Blood Angels Space Marine Terminators, 1 Blood Angels Space Marine Librarian in Terminator armour, 22 Genestealers, and 1 Broodlord. Also included are three plastic mission objectives models: a dead Space Marine on throne, a Blood Angels artefact and a Cyber-Altered Task Unit.

In addition to the booklets and miniatures, you will receive a set of high-quality card tiles that make up the gaming board. Included are: 110 gaming counters, 77 corridor and room sections, 2 new boarding torpedoes , a turbo-lift, 20 doors with plastic stands, 1 mission status display, a sand timer and 5 dice.


The Hobbit: Motion Picture Trilogy™ There and Back Again $60


A companion to the main rules of The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey™ Strategy Battle Game, focusing on the second and third instalments of The Hobbit: Motion Picture Trilogy, this is a gorgeously-realised, hardback, full-colour book featuring a plethora of new and revised profiles for use in your games of The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey™ Strategy Battle Game. Recreate the events of The Hobbit: The Battle of The Five Armies™ and The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug™!

Featured in the 152-page hardback:

  • a whopping 25 scenarios continuing those found in The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey™ Strategy Battle Game, following the flow of the movies on which they are based – including the Battle of the Five Armies itself;
  • 66 new and revised profiles giving you the full range of heroes and monsters to use in your games;
  • a detailed campaign system, linking the scenarios together in a way which follows the flow of the movies;
  • 5 appendix scenarios;
  • a collection of army lists, helping you to organise your miniatures into a cohesive force for Points Match games.


Corax White Spray XL $25.50


Corax White Spray  is designed for undercoating plastic, resin and metal Citadel miniatures. Reformulated for maximum results, it’s a fast way to get a uniform base of colour onto models – now in a handy 800ml can!


This is an ideal spray for undercoating any miniature in white, quickly and with minimal fuss.

Chaos Black Spray XL $25.50


Chaos Black Spray is designed for undercoating plastic, resin and metal Citadel miniatures. Reformulated for maximum results, it’s a fast way to get a uniform base of colour onto models – now in a handy 800ml can!


This is an ideal spray for undercoating any miniature in black, quickly and with minimal fuss.

The Fang Spray $19.50



The Fang Spray is designed for basecoating plastic, resin and metal Citadel miniatures. Reformulated for maximum results, it’s a fast way to get a uniform base of colour onto models.

Averland Sunset Spray $19.50


Averland Sunset Spray is designed for basecoating plastic, resin and metal Citadel miniatures. Reformulated for maximum results, it’s a fast way to get a uniform base of colour onto models.

Stormvermin Fur Spray $19.50


Stormvermin Fur Spray is designed for basecoating plastic, resin and metal Citadel scenery and miniatures. Reformulated for maximum results, it’s a fast way to get a uniform base of colour onto models.


Ahriman Blue $4.25


Citadel Layer paints are high quality acrylic paints that provide you with a huge range of colours and tones to choose from when you paint your miniatures. They are designed to be used straight over Citadel Base paints (and each other) without any mixing. By using several layers you can create a rich, natural finish on your models that looks fantastic on the battlefield.

All of our paints are non-toxic, water-based acrylic that are designed for use on plastic, metal, and resin Citadel miniatures. One pot contains 12ml of layer paint.


Thousand Sons Blue $4.25


Citadel Base paints are high quality acrylic paints specially formulated for basecoating your Citadel miniatures quickly and easily. They are designed to give a smooth matte finish over black or white undercoats with a single layer.

All of our paints are non-toxic, water-based acrylic that are designed for use on plastic, metal, and resin Citadel miniatures. One pot contains 12ml of base paint.


~Have at it folks!

  • Darth Bumbles

    The eBook version of Wrath of Magnus is $90 Australian.

    • Shawn

      Ugh. That’s quite a lot Darth. Sorry to hear that. Prices in the U.S aren’t much better, but holy crap, that’s a lot to have to pay for your hobby.

    • KingThrogg

      Wait a few more days for the free pdf. I can’t understand why any Australian let themselves be take advantage of in is this way. These companies charge that much because they are getting away with it.

      The Burning of Prospero box set is $265 au, I got two boxes sent from ebay for $280. There is no reason in this day and age to get ripped off by GW or anyother company.

      Australia Post even supplys a USA address. Google shopmate and stop being ripped off.

    • Darth Bumbles

      OHH it gets better.
      Arhiman is $83.
      Magnus is $264.
      Space Hulk $235.
      Hardback WoM is $149.
      Rubric Marines $99.
      The whole set? $915.

      It’s not as if Australia is a nation founded by criminals or anything, but GW sure as hell isnt doing anything to not drive people here to piracy.

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      • Axis Mundi

        Dear lord – I just did the currency conversion on that and you guys are paying double the cost in the UK! I know there are a few other factors, but even then that must be an 80% markup.

        • Glenn Kitson

          Well, some of it is down to our GST (10% sales tax on everything), import duties and shipping everything to the other side of the world. That all costs GW money, so they need to raise prices a bit.

          However even taking all that into account, there’s still a substantial markup on GW products in Australia.

  • Crevab

    They changed the fluff? Now all Thousand Sons were psychics? I thought all the normies were reduced to dust while the psykers were freed of mutations.

    • Diagoras

      Not a change. The Rubric converted both non-psykers and sorcerers who were too weak. Almost all of the Thousand Sons had at least a little pyschic talent, though.

  • Matthew Pomeroy

    pretty stoked about the hobbit book.

  • memitchell

    $25.50 for a spray can of black primer? C’mon, ya’ll!

    • zeno666

      Buts the real GW deal!
      And probably limited, so get it while you can.

      Get it? Can 😛

    • Rahl

      Better value than the regular spray primer they sell: $17 for 9.9 oz. vs. 25.50 for 19.8 oz.. So buy one regular can, get second half off, basically. So it IS a deal, IF you buy GW primer, and IF you actually do quite a bit of priming with it.

      • memitchell

        I buy $4.99 primer at Walmart.

        • Rahl

          Like I said, IF you use GW stuff. Many don’t, even most don’t.

          • memitchell

            Oh, didn’t read it way. My bad. I don’t normally quibble about GW prices, though I do occasionally suffer sticker shock. But, somethings are just over the top.

  • Alexander Slizewski

    Can’t wait to see the rules leak for new Thousand Sons.

  • dave long island

    The Stormvermin can of primer is… purple? Does red go well over purple or something? SV are often painted red. And the mini by the can doesn’t look very purple. More like greyish. Whatevs..

    • Aezeal

      The model next to it is greyish brown so that is the collor

  • generalchaos34

    I really thought this would be a good place for them to throw in a few Grey Knight formations, would have fit in perfectly, would have thrown the ol’ GK a bone so they could play with the big boys, instead, MORE DAEMON FORMATIONS!!

  • Painjunky

    NIce Tzeentch stuff GW! Well done!

    I would buy it all… If it was 20-30% cheaper.

    So now I spend $0… Do you see how that works???

    • Darth Bumbles

      GW: People aren’t buying our stuff. MAKE IT MORE EXPENSIVE!!
      People: *stop buying GW products*
      GW: even more people aren’t buying our stuff … MAKE IT EVEN MORE EXPENSIVE!!!

      • wibbling

        Or comparable with industry. Give over. You’re not forced to buy them. if you don’t believe they’re good value, don’t buy them and take up golf.

      • Tirelion

        People are buying it. I already ordered it all. It’s what this hobby costs now. I understand that it’s out of reach for some, but not everyone has the money to play golf, own a high end gaming PC, go skiing, or take up any other expensive hobby. Just because you can’t afford it does not mean no one can. You aren’t entitled to cheap models.

    • wibbling

      Privateer charge about the same for 3 duplicate, monopose models in an inferior material. Corvus Belli charge the same for 5 metal, monopose models. Wyrd charge £30 for between 5-7 models.

      The prcices are comparable.

      Put simply, there are taxes, sculptors, artists, designers, heating, lighting, mold creation, energy used to create the molds, writers, buildings to pay for.

      It’s a hobby. The point is to spend your disposable income on it. If you don’t want to pay these prices, don’t.

      • Painjunky

        GWs prices have pushed me and thousands of others into the loving arms of their competitors.

    • Tirelion

      Already preordered all of it…

      • Painjunky

        Good for you!
        I honestly hope people keep GW afloat till DE and orks get some love.
        Keep spending my friend!
        God knows I wont be.

  • Agent OfBolas

    The prices are LOL.