GW: New Releases March 25th “Pricing & Links”

More Citadel Tools out this weekend, plus a new Blood Bowl Troll & Orc Team is up for Pre-Order!

via Games Workshop

White Dwarf April 2017 $9

Weigh your sky-anchors, the Kharadron Overlords have arrived – a brand-new faction for Warhammer Age of Sigmar and we have the most comprehensive preview you could hope for with Designers’ Notes, Paint Splatter, our special cover feature and a starring role in the first of this month’s two battle reports! But it’s a real something-for-everyone issue this month (isn’t it always?) with a look at the brand-new Shadow War: Armageddon game including an awesome four-player, vertical battle report. (What’s a vertical battle report, we hear you cry? You’ll have to check out the issue to find out!) On top of that we’ve got new rules and a new scenario for The Hobbit: Strategy Battle Game™, an awesome Dark Eldar army in the Sky Serpents and an absolute host of regulars. What more could you want?

Planet Warhammer – All the latest news
Contact – the letters page
Temporal Distort
Golden Demon: Enemies of the Imperium
Kharadron Overlords
Designers’ Notes
Destined Duel – a minigame of heroic combat
Illuminations – Servants of the Imperium
A Grudge to Settle – this month’s Battle Report!
Escape from Ferro-Giant Alphus – a second Battle Report!
New rules – Skitarii and Genestealer Cults in Shadow War
War on the Long Lake – a new scenario for The Hobbit: Strategy Battle Game™
Spike! Magazine
A Tale of Four Warlords
The Sky Serpents
Realms of Battle: Sector Mechanicus
Paint Splatter – Kharadron Overlords.
Parade Ground – Monsters Menagerie
Readers’ Models
In the Bunker

The Gouged Eye $35

We are Orcs and dat’s no lie
We’ll make yoo screem an’ make yoo cry…

Once a laughing stock, the Gouged Eye has employed filthy tactics, brute force and lots of punching to rise through the ranks to become big players in the upper echelons of Blood Bowl. They’ve won the title before, and they can do it again – a far cry from the early days of the team, when it was a miracle if their throwers were facing the right way.

We’ll pull yore hair and pinch yore thigh…

This box contains 12 ‘orrible plastic Orc Blood Bowl players – 2 blitzers, 2 throwers, 2 Black Orc blockers and 6 linemen. Supplied with extra balls, team counters, a decal sheet covered in Orc symbols and 12 32mm Blood Bowl round bases, featuring holes to slot the ball into when your miniature has possession.

And if dat don’t work, we’ll gouge your eye!

Blood Bowl Troll $25

Do you want to add a fearsome and slightly absurd Troll to your Orcish Blood Bowl team? Or maybe a Goblin team? You’ve come to the right place. This excellent multi-part plastic kit contains the parts you need to assemble a rather large Troll (look at him – he’s wearing a human’s helmet as a knee pad, for Nuffle’s sake), winding up to fling a Goblin into the end zone.

Supplied with a 32mm Blood Bowl round base, featuring a hole to slot the ball into when he has possession.

Blood Bowl Team Titans Special Play Card Pack $15

A ton of weird, wonderful and bizarre events can and will happen on and off the pitch during games of Blood Bowl. The best way to represent these happenings is with Special Play cards, and this set of 26 Team Titans cards, usable by any and all teams adds a whole load of extra anarchy.

They’re split into two decks – the Benefits of Training and the Dirty Tricks decks – each featuring a wide variety of extra rules that make your games of Blood Bowl that little bit more unpredictable. You don’t have to use them, but you’re missing out if not!

Essential Tools $50.50

Featuring the essentials you need to clip out and clean up Citadel miniatures before gluing and painting them for the gaming table, this is a set of two hard-wearing, expertly-designed tools:

Citadel Fine Detail Cutters

From the very first clip, building a brand new Citadel miniature is a fantastically rewarding experience, and using the right tools for the job ensures you can prepare and assemble your models with ease.

Our Fine Detail Cutters have been specifically designed to clip plastic component parts from the frame. This precision tool is made from stainless steel and has bypass blades which can access even the most awkward parts of the plastic frame, making the clipping process quick and easy.

Citadel Mouldline Remover

The mouldline remover tool is used to remove mouldlines from plastic Games Workshop miniatures. Just draw the tool along the mould lines to easily scrape them away and prepare your miniatures for undercoating.


Citadel Tweezers $12.50

Some of our models feature some rather small components, which can prove tricky to glue into place by hand. Citadel Tweezers are the perfect solution – featuring an all-metal construction and designed with a wide, flat 3mm contact point, they help you to grip small components and hold them firmly in place for the few seconds needed for the glue to take hold.

Citadel Knife $32

Games Workshop takes selling knives to minors seriously, and therefore does not make these knives available to order online. If you wish to purchase this product then please go to your nearest Games Workshop/Warhammer store or local stockist. Please be prepared to prove your age.

Used to remove small piece of plastic or resin left over when clipping components from their sprues and to cut transfers from their sheets, the Citadel Knife is an invaluable tool in the arsenal of every hobbyist. Made from steel and aluminium, it’s designed with safety in mind – shaped so it won’t roll across the table.

6 blades are supplied, and are easy to swap out; just unscrew the handle. The Citadel Knife is compatible with the most common hobby knife blades.

Citadel Saw $32

Perfect for precision modelling and conversion, designed to cut through resin and plastic quickly, cleanly and efficiently, the Citadel Saw is for those hobbyists wishing to take their miniatures to the next level. Made from steel and aluminium, it’s designed with safety in mind – shaped so it won’t roll across the table.

It comes with 6 included hard-wearing blades:

– 2 small detail blades, with a snub-nosed design for getting into the tricky nooks and crannies of our more detailed models;
– 2 standard blades, designed for use on most of our kits;
– 2 heavy duty blades – cut up scenery, hack open a Land Raider! These blades are for drastic changes to large kits.

These blades are easy to swap out, and the Citadel Saw is compatible with the most common hobby saw blades.

Primarchs: Magnus the Red (Hardback) $19

Primarchs Book 3

Fighting in the Great Crusade beside his staunchly anti-mystical brother Perturabo, the psychic primarch Magnus and his Legion of knowledge-seekers must walk a fine line between their mission and their own desire to learn forbidden secrets.

Graham McNeill returns to a character he brought to life in the Horus Heresy series to tell a definitive tale of the one-eyed primarch.

Lord of the mystical and uncanny, Magnus the Red has long studied the ancient crafts of sorcery. A psyker without peer, save only for the Emperor himself, he commands his loyal followers of the Thousand Sons Legion in the Great Crusade, though also vigilant for any lost knowledge they might recover from the remains of dead human civilisations. Now, fighting alongside his brother Perturabo of the Iron Warriors, Magnus begins to foresee an approaching nexus of fate – will he remain true to their mutual aims, or divert his own efforts towards furthering his own mastery of the warp?

Written by Graham McNeill.


Blood Bowl Gouged Eye & Troll $60

Orcs iz Da BEST!

  • ZeeLobby

    Man. The black rubber handled knives were by far the best they ever made. The new clippers are amazing though.

    • Thomas

      Still have mine! And it only cost me just over a fiver!

    • DeadlyYellow

      Those clippers are superb. I got a set for free years ago, back when GW was trying to court the game store into carrying their products. I wouldn’t pay any of those prices for their tools though.

      • ZeeLobby

        Yeah. It’s the last hobby tool I bought from them. Just crazy pricey.

  • MightyOrang

    $32 for an Xacto knife? ($6 on Amazon by comparison)

    Jesus … just stick to what you’re good At and make minis.

    • Or $1,5 on Aliexpress with free shipping:
      It just shows that GW stuff is ridiculuosly 20 x overpriced. But business is business.

      • ZeeLobby

        True. Not all business is smart though, haha.

  • Alienerd the unbannable

    Props to whoever had to write the description for the tweezers. You get the impression they really were trying their hardest to squeeze out as much as possible about nothing. “They’re tweezers… they pick thing up… what else do you expect?” would have sufficed.

  • DeadlyYellow

    I am disappointed by that troll model.