AM Doctrines, New 40K Game & FAQS, Plus D&D’s Hollywood Player

It’s been BUSY out there with new Astra Militarum rules, minis, an all new 40K boardgame plus new D&D classes and Hollywood player.

40K: Remaining 3 Astra Militarum Regiments Confirmed

We’ve got confirmation of the final 3 Regiments and their Doctrines – For the Emperor!

Unboxing: Warhammer Underworlds: Shadespire

We’ve got our hands on the Shadespire box and the two additional Warbands – join us as we take a dive into the Cursed City!

Joe Manganiello’s D&D Obsession (is a Good Thing)

Sofia Vergara talked about her husband’s D&D fandom on Late Night this week. Sounds like he has a pretty sweet game room!

GW: New Releases September 30th “Pricing & Links”

Good ol’Papa Nurgle has some new toys he wants to share with the world – More Death Guard kits PLUS the Astra Militarum Codex this weekend!

Privateer Press: Dig These Trencher Preview

Take a look at the latest preview of what’s coming in October for Privateer Press. Spoiler alert–it’s mostly Trenchers.

Astra Militarum – Codex Overview

Come take a look at Codex: Astra Militarum with us, and you too can be a tactical genius.

D&D: Cavaliers, Glamorous Bards, and Dreamy Druids

Check it out–three more subclass previews from Xanathar’s Guide to Everything. Fighters, Bards and Druids rejoice.

40K: New FAQs for Death Guard & Ad-Mech

New FAQs, errata, clarifications and more for Death Guard, Ad-Mech, and Imperial Knights.

Iello & Devil Pig Announce WH40K: Heroes of Black Reach

A new way to play in the Warhammer 40k universe is on its way – check this out!

40K: New Deathguard Releases – Plague Marines & Putrefiers

Take a look at what’s coming next week for the Death Guard, Plague Marines and their Biologous Putrefier.

~Onto the new week!

  • marxlives

    Alot of cool articles here. I still laugh at that Siege model. Very….inspired. Which is sad and funny, the quality of the sculpt itself is great but it really diverges from many PP sculpts and not just for the obvious reasons. For many PP models from man-o-wars to storm blades they could say “hey this is why this soldiers have to wear to operate this dangerous, but powerful equipment” and they could show an illustration of how soldiers wear the gear. With Brisbane, I don’t know what happened to his legs. I mean, the Butcher messed him up bad, but I thought he kept his legs. Seems like the artist went all out on….inspired imagination….but no one kept it in check with practical design.