GW: New Releases April 22nd “First Looks”

The next wave of Kharadron Overlords is on the horizon. Plus an expanded Shadow War book is inbound!

Shadow War: Armageddon (Rulebook)

The Shadow War: Armageddon rulebook is a 200-page softback, featuring new rules and some features previously only available online:

rules and background for 12 further factions not previously found in the boxed game’s rulebook: Skitarii, Craftworld Eldar, Dark Eldar Wych Cults, Genestealer Cults Hybrids, Grey Knights, Harlequin Troupes, Necrons, Tau Pathfinders, Tyranids, Chaos Space Marines, Adeptas Sororitas Battle Sisters and Inquisitors of the Ordos Xenos – the last two factions’ rules have been previously unavailable anywhere else

And much more!

Grundstok Gunhauler

Grundstok Thunderers


Grundstok Thunderers: For when you need to shoot something D.E.D.

  • Lion El’ Jonson

    Everytime I see these bearded midgets, I think of Jack and Daxter for some reason…

    I think its the Orb things on top of those Sky boats.

  • piglette

    Damn, I never thought I’d like Dwarf miniatures. They have never been my cup-of-tea in any setting, but these are weird (and cool)! I love the use of purple the painter chose too.

  • Xodis

    Just realized that with Cloud Dwarves owning the skies like this, would be neat if the Pirate Zombies/Skeletons of Death came back with Death Ships.

  • Dennis J. Pechavar

    And GW said that Squats would never return! Just in time for the new edition!

    • memitchell

      I bought an Arkanaut Company for just such Squatastic Space Hulk and Shadow War nonsense. I can reliably report the KO’s are Squat -sized appropriate for 40K. Comes up to a Genestealer Hybrid’s shoulder. So, short and stout.

  • Chris Hateley

    I’d be interested to know how many people are buying these to play AoS vs how many are buying them to use as Squats.

  • JPMcMillen

    If they don’t make the Sisters & Inquisitors a free download, I’m seriously second guessing my decision of going to the trouble and expense of buying the boxed game. I probably should have just waited for the book as there is plenty of great Sci-Fi terrain available from numerous sources these days.