The Raptors are here and they are taking aim at your wallet!
via Games Workshop
Raining death upon the enemy from afar, Vanguard-Raptors armed with longstrike crossbows are marksmen with few equals. Poised in well-chosen vantage points they wait with bolts loaded, reading the ebb and flow of battle until the perfect prey appears. When it comes their retribution is swift, loosing deadly missiles to despatch even the most resilient targets.
This multi-part plastic kit contains the parts necessary to assemble 3 Vanguard-Raptors with Longstrike Crossbows. One model can be assembled as a Raptor-Prime – this model features a unique shoulder pad and helmet crest sculpted with a raptor motif, and carries an Aetherwing on his arm.
Additionally, this kit makes 3 Aetherwings, and the Vanguard-Raptors can optionally be assembled with Hurricane Crossbows.
Vanguard-Raptors are natural hunters, often scouting ahead of the main battle line to harry the enemy with deadly crossbow fire. Those who favour the close-ranged kill form into retinues armed with hurricane crossbows, ferocious weapons capable of stalling the most determined enemy advance with withering quick-fire volleys.
This kit contains 71 components, and is supplied with a transfer sheet and 3 Citadel 60x35mm Oval bases (for the Vanguard-Raptors with Longstrike Crossbows), 3 Citadel 40mm Round bases (for the Vanguard-Raptors with Hurricane Crossbows), and 3 Citadel 32mm Round bases (for the Aetherwings).
Reikland Reavers $35
Known during their first few seasons as the Altdorf Acolytes, the team who became the Reikland Reavers quickly established a reputation for their great skill and ability on the pitch. Some judicious transfer decisions, helped by the impressively deep pockets of original owner DD Griswell Snr., has seen the team rise to the top during their long life. Now, with DD’s great-grandson JJ Griswell Jr. at the helm, the Reikland Reavers are probably the finest all-round team in the world.
This multi-part plastic kit contains the components necessary to assemble the Reikland Reavers, a Human team for use in games of Blood Bowl. It contains:
– 2 Blitzers
– 2 Throwers
– 2 Catchers
– 6 Linemen
as well as 6 balls, a double-sided score coin and a decal sheet. Supplied with 12 32mm Blood Bowl round bases, featuring holes to slot the ball into when your miniature has possession.
Blood Bowl Ogre $18
Able to smash, crash and bash through even the toughest opponents, Ogres provide Human teams with that touch of utter brutality sometimes missing from their rosters. It’s not that the Humans they play alongside are puny, far from it – it’s just that sometimes a wall of linemen needs to be shattered, and an Ogre can get the job done much more quickly, and with much nastier results. It’s just more efficient!
This multi-part plastic kit contains the components necessary to assemble a Blood Bowl Ogre. He comes supplied with a 32mm Blood Bowl round base, featuring a hole to slot the ball into when your miniature has possession.
March’s White Dwarf is here and with it hope returns to the Imperium! Roboute Guilliman, Primarch of the Ultramarines, has returned in the galaxy’s darkest hour. We look at this new arrival, and the continuing events of the Gathering Storm, in exquisite detail in Planet Warhammer, Designers’ Notes, ’Eavy Metal, Sprues and Glue and Paint Splatter! Elsewhere, we visit the Mortal Realms in the shape of the latest, greatest Warhammer Quest game, Shadows Over Hammerhal, and dig deeper into the scions of Sigmar in Ultimate Guide. All that and a ton more – check it all out below!
Planet Warhammer – all the latest news
A Brand-New Dawn – We preview Dawn of War III
Shadows Over Hammerhal
A Tale of Four Warlords
The Saga of Guilliman
The Ultimate Guide to… Stormcast Eternals
The General’s Almanack
Gathering the Hosts – Four great armies.
The Hallowguild Massacre – Our Battle Report!
Harlequins in Gangs of Commorragh
Sprues and Glue – The Fallen
Materials and Textures – Painting Masterclass
Blood for the Blood God – A Khorne Parade Ground
In the Bunker
The shrine world of Divinatus Prime has become lost to the light of the Astronomican and no ship can piece its veil. Only the Lord of Death himself, Blood Angels Chief Librarian Mephiston, has any hope of discerning the fate of this once pious world. After enacting a powerful blood ritual, Mephiston and an honour guard of his fellow Blood Angels reach the stricken shrine world to find it seized by religious civil war. Each faction fights for dominance of a potent artefact, the Blade Petrific, said to be wrought by the Emperor Himself. Yet there is more at work here than a mere ideological schism, for Mephiston believes Divinatus Prime could offer answers to how he became the Lord of Death, he who resisted the Black Rage, and possibly even a way to end the curse of ‘the Flaw’ in all Blood Angels.
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It delves into the curse of the Blood Angels and how Mephiston survived it, while also exploring notions of faith and the influence of the Emperor on the Imperium of the 41st millennium.
Written by Darius Hinks
Ogres, Humans and Stormcasts – oh my!