GW: New Releases April 8th “Pricing & Links”

The Sector Mechanicus is up for Pre-order this weekend – Games Workshop’s new Terrain is here!

via Games Workshop

Sector Mechanicus Galvanic Magnavent $75

An incredibly detailed, striking scenery set, the Galvanic Magnavent is a modular plastic kit compatible with the entire Sector Mechanicus range – detailed, configurable scenery that will help you play games on a multi-level environment!

A collection of walkways, turbines, supporting beams and chimney stacks, the Galvanic Magnavent can be assembled in myriad different configurations, from a ring of walkways to a meandering stretch of raised gangway, and anything in between. The legs that hold up the walkways can be attached via the plug-in holes – re-arrange them to your heart’s content, and glue them in place for a super-solid structure when you’ve found your perfect configuration. The kit features balustrades which can be clipped on to the edges of the walkways – perfect for providing cover – and there’s a huge, skull-shaped winching mechanism which can hang under whichever walkway you choose. Rules are included for using this scenery piece in games of Warhammer 40,000.

This kit contains 4 frames of plastic components – one featuring the central silo and chimneys, one filled with walkways, one filled with floors and details and one featuring the legs to hold the structure aloft – and is compatible with every other kit in the Sector Mechanicus range, meaning massive, multi-level, labyrinthine structures can be built for your battle to be fought on. They can even be combined with the Haemotrope Reactor, Promethium Relay Pipes and Void Shield Generator. Your imagination is the only limit – no two gaming tables ever need look the same!

Sector Mechanicus Ferratonic Furnace $50

An incredibly detailed, striking scenery set, the Ferratonic Furnace is a modular plastic kit compatible with the entire Sector Mechanicus range – detailed, configurable scenery that will help you play games on a multi-level environment!

A large silo possibly filled with unmentionable chemicals, toxic waste or items too sinister to dwell upon, the Ferratonic Furnace provides an excellent platform for miniatures to battle on – as well as being stackable, and usable as supports for walkways. It’s covered in incredible details, with armoured panels and turbines making up the bulk of the structure. The door to the silo itself can be modelled open or closed, with the detail on the door being an especial standout with its complex locking mechanism visible. There are plenty of pipes, chains and winches included, which can be clipped in and out of place wherever you like using the plug-in holes beneath the gantries, and each piece of the kit features an Adeptus Mechanicus maker’s plate. Rules are included for using this scenery piece in games of Warhammer 40,000.

This kit contains 2 frames of plastic components – one featuring the silo, and one filled with platforms and walkways – and is compatible with every other kit in the Sector Mechanicus scenery range, meaning massive, multi-level-labyrinthine structures can be built for your battle to be fought on. They can even be combined with the Haemotrope Reactor, Promethium Relay Pipes and Void Shield Generator. Your imagination is the only limit – no two gaming tables ever need look the same!

Sector Mechanicus Alchomite Stack $50

An incredibly detailed, striking scenery set, the Alchomite Stack is a modular plastic kit compatible with the entire Sector Mechanicus range – detailed, configurable scenery that will help you play games on a multi-level environment!

The Alchomite Stack is a series of chimneys evoking the acrid, pollution-thick atmosphere that the dark industry of a forge world creates. Incredibly modular, the kit features a central dome and several chimneys: you have the option of assembling any of the included chimneys onto this, and either modelling the others as separate, independent pieces of terrain or attaching them to the exhaust vents on the side. Every piece in the Alchomite Stack kit is covered in detail, from Adeptus Mechanicus makers plates to cogs, valves and part designations. There’s a great deal here for a hobbyist to get their modelling teeth into! Rules are included for using this scenery piece in games of Warhammer 40,000.

This kit contains 2 frames of plastic components – one containing the components for the central dome, and one containing components for the external tank – and is compatible with every other kit in the Sector Mechanicus scenery range, meaning massive, multi-level, labyrinthine structures can be built for your battles to be fought on. They can even be combined with the Haemotrope Reactor, Promethium Relay Pipes and Void Shield Generator. Your imagination is the only limit – no two gaming tables ever need look the same!

Cult of the Warmason (Hardback) $27

THE STORY
In a galaxy teeming with alien aggressors, nothing unites the Imperium more than the worship of the immortal God-Emperor. Without the shining light of his divinity, travel through the stars would not be possible, and humanity would be swallowed by darkness. The shrineworld of Lubentina attracts billions of pilgrims who visit to reaffirm their faith, and catch a glimpse of the sacred relic held in its great cathedral. But the reach of man’s enemies is long, and when civil unrest breaks out, and rumours of four-armed monsters abound, the Adeptus Sororitas tasked with defending the world must face the fight of their lives. For they are few, but their enemies are numberless.

READ IT BECAUSE
The Sisters of Battle return to Warhammer 40,000 fiction! Not only that, but master of the macabre C L Werner takes on the Genestealer Cults, the original horror story stars of the 41st millennium.

Written by C L Werner

 

Made To Order

Availability: These product are made to order and will be dispatched within 35 days.

Chaos Chosen Blood Bowl Team $54

Chaos Dwarf Blood Bowl Team $54

Dark Elf Blood Bowl Team $54

Chaos Dwarf Blood Bowl Bull Centaur $25

Dark Elf Blood Bowl Assassin $18

Blood Bowl Trophies $29.75

 

Zhar-Naggrund Ziggurats Blood Bowl Team $104

 

Oh Chaos Dwarfs…you and your Hobgoblins. How I miss ye.

  • Damon Sherman

    I wish they would “made to order” some stuff like the necromunda games to use as Imperial guard forces.

    • Oggthrok

      Yes! Made to order would be perfect for old Necromunda gangs. I certainly would not miss out on collecting a gang of Escher’s this time.

      • ZeeLobby

        It’s be pretty awesome. Honestly they’d be dumb not to.

        • kingcobra668

          Let’s all email gw and directly let them know. They get enough emails and they will do it. Add to that email that you want gangers rules added too.

          • ZeeLobby

            I’ve posted to their FB, but I’ll email as well. Part of me worries that they just don’t have the molds. We’ll see I guess

      • Damon Sherman

        otherwise,PuppetWars makes some cool bits that could turn space marine scouts into convincing Adeptus Arbites.
        https://puppetswar.eu/product.php?id_product=367

        • Commissar Molotov

          Nice! Very “Dreddy.”

  • Knight_of_Infinite_Resignation

    OK so for weeks I’ve asked politely for BoLS to put the prices in other currencies and no-one has taken a blind bit of notice.

    So just a reminder that there is a far superior news website which has the terrain prices in pounds. Pretty sure this comment will get blocked (and possibly my account) but hey BoLS is being rude to everyone outside the US so hey who cares.

    To find said website type:

    nafta 40K

    into Google and its autocorrect will do the rest.

    • Shelltoon

      So superior they’ll run wild news stories such as 40k going to square bases because 4chan circulates it. They’re just as bad as BoLS

      • Knight_of_Infinite_Resignation

        he does, to be fair, give a very good indication of the credibility of his various sources (unlike BoLS), he has a policy of posting almost everything he receives without filtering though as some pretty far out rumours from unknown sources have panned out in the past.

        BoLS just gets its rumours from him anyhow, they always appear on BoLS like 4 to 6 hours after his website!

        • ZeeLobby

          He’s pretty spot on to be honest. I go there for rumors, and here for discourse, haha.

          • Knight_of_Infinite_Resignation

            Likewise 🙂

      • Koen Cambré

        Wasn’t that a “news story” on april 1st?

      • ZeeLobby

        Lol. April fool’s?

    • Dan

      Putting it in US dollars isn’t rude to everyone outside the US. It’s rude to the UK where it’s assumed Warhammer will be in Pounds. USD is the most common international currency. Most people in most places in the world can see USD and get an understanding of price in their own local currency.

      It’d imagine most readers who use the Euro would prefer USD but are fine either way. I’d bet heavily though AUS, NZD, or CAD spenders would let alone any South American readers. That said I’m surprised it’s not listed as pound/dollar.

      • Knight_of_Infinite_Resignation

        All GW publications list all the currencies you mention, so why not here?

  • 6Cobra

    In case we needed a reminder how far the sculpts have come since the late 90’s..

  • MechBattler

    Ferratonic and Alchomite?
    Apparently, they come up with names using a Ouija Board.

    • Dan Wilson

      They sound like pretty legitimate future industrial processes tbh.

      • MechBattler

        That’s how they make T-1000s in the future.

    • euansmith

      Everyone likes a cool long glass of Ferratonic; but people are split about 50/50 on the subject of Alchomite on toast.

  • piglette

    When will Nagash be made to order.

  • Hell-Nico

    They… they are really trying to sell us ugly and very old figs at 25 bucks…

    Ho yeah, it’s Games Workshop.
    Of course.

    • Damon Sherman

      there’s kinda a weird charm to the older figures. It’s really the paint jobs that never aged well. People used to think you had to have super high contrasting color schemes to be photograph-able for print.

    • David Leimbach

      Not many companies will go through their archives to produce and re-release their old outdated crap that only really appeals to nostalgia monkies. They’re horrid. You’ve got to commend them for not just burying the molds and pretending they never existed.

      • Hell-Nico

        The thing tho is that they aren’t really releasing them just for the nostalgia monkies, they are doing it in the cadre of bringing BB back and up to date.