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Cadia Falls, three Imperial Heroes rise. Get your wallet ready – 2017 is HERE!

We all knew it was going to be quite a 2017, I didn’t think it would get this good this fast!

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Warhammer 40,000 Products

Gathering Storm: Fall of Cadia – 50$
-136 Pages
-Rules for Belisarius Cawl, Saint Celestine and Inquisitor Greyfax. Celestine and Belisarius Cawl also confers the Act of Faith/Canticles of the Omnissiah Special rule to allied units within range.
-6 Relics for the Ecclisarchy usable by Adepta Sororitas
-6 Arcana Mechanicum usable by Cult Mechanicus
-Grand Convocation detatchment, which combines Cult Mechanicus, Skitarii and Mechanicus Knights
-Imperial Crusade detatchment, which combines Black Templars and Adepta Sororitas
-Triumvirate of the Imperium Formation, which lets you field Celestine, Belisarius Cawl and Inquisitor Greyfax as one Formation
-4 new Altar of War Missions
Battlezone: Empyric Storms rules. For raging warpstorm effects, like halving the range of psychic powers or even removing invulnerable saves.

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Triumvirate of the Imperium – 80$
-Includes all 3 Characters within the Gathering Storm: Fall of Cadia book.
-Inquisitor Greyfax, comes with a Ornate Power Armour, Master Crafted Powersword, Condemnor Boltgun, Psyk-out grenades and the Psyocculum – the Eye of the Emperor.
-Belisarius Cawl comes with a Master Crafted Power Axe, Arc Scourge, Refractor field, mechadendrite hive and Scryerskull – He also confers the Canticles of the Omnissiah Special rule to allied units within range
-Saint Celestine with the Armour of St. Katherine,  Bolt Pistol and Ardent Blade – She also confers the Act of Faith Special rule to allied units within range
her 2 Geminae Superia, Sister Eleanor and Sister Genevieve come with Bolt Pistols and Power Swords.

Battlezone: Empyric Storm Cards – 15$
-36 reference cards for the empyric storm events, adding psychic rules and effects to the battle. Usable in any game of Warhammer 40k

Start Collecting! Deathwatch – 85$
-Watch Captain Artemis
-2 sets of Deathwatch Space Marines
-1 Venerable Dreadnought and Deathwatch Upgrade Sprue
-Comes with the Indomitus Kill team Formation sheet

Black Library

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Carcharodons: Red Tithe$27

THE STORY
On the prison world of Zartak, darkness has fallen on arbitrators and inmates alike. The Night Lords have come, and with them the shadow of fear and pain. But they are not the only ones with an interest in Zartak. From the void, running on silent, another fleet emerges. Its warriors are grey-clad and white-faced, and their eyes are as black as the Outer Dark – the savage Carcharodon Astra. As these two packs of ancient, merciless predators stalk the shadows of the prison colony, both seeking a single young inmate with unnatural talents, the corridors run red, and both factions will have to fight tooth and claw to leave Zartak alive.

Written by Robbie MacNiven

~Are you getting them ALL?

  • Randy Randalman

    Good to see a novel covering a slightly more obscure chapter.

    • georgelabour

      It’s a novella really so about the same length as Knights of The Imperium or their other faction novelleas they’ve put out with each new codex release.

      Still despites its brevity and rushed ending it’s actually chock full of tidbits about the chapter while also offering up all kinds of new mysteries and red herrings to explore.

      • dinodoc

        For 27 dollars it damn well better be a novel.

  • Dan Wilson

    Will likely be getting FoC for the two detachments mainly. IMO The grand war convocation is what it should have been from the start… And I’d be interested to see if the BT+AS formation allows you to use just AS formations or whether it forces you to take BT as well.

    • Dumbcow1

      was thinking same thing…just minus the AS and much more BT =P

  • Red_Five_Standing_By

    -Watch Captain Artemis is a weird choice. I know he is plastic but it really brings down the re-buying potential of this box. Still good value for money. 70 for the marines and 50 for the dread. That alone is 120, so a savings of 35 bucks.

    • luke snell

      …and the only other way to get Artemis outside of the Death Masque box. at least until they decide to blister him up in a clamshell.

    • Karru

      That is actually exactly what GW wants. The Space Wolves one is the best one since the Captain that comes with the box is the multi-part Captain so you can buy as many of them as you like. Placing their clam-pack characters in these kits makes sure that people are less likely to buy multiples of them instead of individual kits since the value might not be as much at that point.

      I’d personally buy 3 Start Collecting! Imperial Guard boxes if it didn’t come with the Commissar, instead it would come with the Command Squad for example.

    • pokemastercube .

      technically the terminator captain in the blood angels box (and in
      blister form) is a named character: kalan, who was from the shield of
      baal deathstorm box, but for re-releases he is a generic captain in
      terminator armour, same would apply i think with artemis as they dont have rules in their codex for the named character

      • Red_Five_Standing_By

        This is true. Plus, it wouldn’t be hard to give him new arms, or a new head.

      • Frankie 2 Lunch

        It’s Karlean, not Kalan

  • orionburn

    Has it been said before that you’d only be able to get the new figures in a boxed set? I love the look of the other minis but Cawl is the only one I’m really interested in. Easy enough to put the extras on Ebay or vice versa to pick up Cawl to save a few bucks.

    • JPMcMillen

      If this is the only way to get those mini’s we may need to talk. I’m more of a SoB/Inquisitor type person.

    • OldHat

      Likely this is a box set for this main release and they will clampack them later for $30+ a pop. So, it is likely a good value if you can trade off the other two. That is what I am doing, at least.

      • orionburn

        I’ll probably do the same. Celestine would be a fun model to paint, but I doubt I’d ever use it in a game. At this point I only want Cawl to paint because it’s such a fantastic looking model. I’m holding out on doing an Ad Mech army on the hopes the 30k stuff will eventually be okay to use in 40k.

        • Statham

          According to my GW manager enquiring with his higher-ups, all Mechanicum stuff for 30K is basically already 40K approved, just you have to find someone who’ll let you use it in play. This will probably get a bit easier with the next Imperial Armour book, which we know will be Marines/Ad Mech versus Tau, with specific 40K versions of the Mechanicum ‘bots to play rules-wise. Apparently, much like the Kastelans, they’re meant to be very, very difficult to control.

      • Red_Five_Standing_By

        By guess is that Celestine and the Tech Priest will be more than 30 a pop.

  • Old zogwort

    Do I want to know what Belisarius Cawl does to its “allies” that make them receive the Canticles of the Omnissiah Special rule : |

    • georgelabour

      He gives all their guns belly rubs and treats before every battle.

      Why else would he have a mechadendrite hive that likely comprises up to a third of his total mass?

  • EnTyme

    Okay, I’ve been wanting to say this for a while now. Abaddon looks like he’s about to bust out a wicked power ballad in that artwork.

  • Isolfr

    What is a Mechanicus knight?
    Is that an imperial knight or something different?

    • Noah Jerge

      I think that they are the same thing.