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Codex: Craftworlds $40

Lost in the vastness of space, the craftworlds float in utter isolation like scattered jewels upon a pall of velvet. Distant from the warmth of sun or planet, their domes gaze into the darkness of empty space. Within them live the survivors of a civilisation abandoned long ago amidst terrifying destruction. These are the Aeldari, a race that is all but extinct, the last remnants of a people whose mere dreams once overturned worlds and quenched suns.

Codex: Craftworlds contains a wealth of background and rules – the definitive book for Craftworld Aeldari collectors. Within this 128-page hardback, you’ll find:

Background

– Remnants of the Fall: the origins of the Craftworld Aeldari, their glittering rise and tragic fall, and the ongoing, desperate struggle for survival that consumes them utterly;
– Organisation of Craftworld warhosts, along with the strategic disposition of Aeldari Craftworlds – this includes a breakdown of the colours, symbols and iconography of the worlds that remain, and the structure of their armies;
– Detailed background and heraldry of the following Craftworlds: Biel-Tan, Ulthwé, Iyanden, Saim-Hann and Alaitoc;
– Wanderers of the Stars: brief profiles of more Craftworlds – Altansar, Il-Kaithe, Lugganath, Iybraesil, Yme-Loc and Mymeara;
– The Doom of the Aeldari: a timeline of significant events both before and after the Fall; presented with the proviso that much knowledge has been lost, this concentrates largely on the Age of Survival with important battles and discoveries listed;
– Background and details on each character, vehicle and unit available to an Aeldari army;
– A showcase of beautifully painted Citadel miniatures, with example armies featuring everything from individual images of models to battle scenes on terrain.

Rules

Everything you need to get a Craftworld Aeldari army primed for games of Warhammer 40,000 is in here:

– 46 datasheets containing rules for every Craftworld Aeldari unit and miniature;
– Army abilities reflecting the Craftworld Aeldari’s methods of war on the tabletop,;
– The Forge of Vaul: wargear both ranged and close-combat used by the Craftworld Aeldari;
– Points values for all miniatures, weapons and wargear for use in Matched Play games;
– A Lethal Elegance: rules for Battle-forged armies, including –
– Craftworld Attributes for the following Craftworlds: Biel-Tan, Ulthwé, Iyanden, Saim-Hann, Alaitoc;
– 6 unique Warlord Traits available for any Craftworld Aeldari commander;
– 5 Craftworld-specific Warlord Traits, for the 5 named above;
– 26 Stratagems, with 5 Craftworld-specific;
– Remnants of Glory: a selection of 13 rare weapons and artefacts;
– Rune Disciplines, allowing you to choose between Runes of Battle and Runes of Fate for your models with the Psyker keyword;
– 6 unique Tactical Objectives.

 

Start Collecting! Craftworlds $85

Though they once ruled the stars, the Aeldari brought about a terrible curse that shattered their empire forever. Crossing the galaxy on their vast world-ships, lead by the most powerful psykers in the universe, they rage hard against the dying of the light. Under the leadership of Farseers, psychics capable of planning thousands of years into the future with patience and confidence unmatched by any race, the Aeldari wish to see their empire burn brightly once more, illuminated by the glory of total war, before fate consigns them to dark oblivion.

This is a great-value box set that gives you an immediate collection of fantastic Aeldari miniatures, which you can assemble and use right away in games of Warhammer 40,000! You’ll receive a Farseer, 5 Wraithguard (who can be optionally assembled as Wraithblades), a Wraithlord and a War Walker, along with 2 Aeldari transfer sheets.

 

Codex: Craftworlds Collector’s Edition $80

Collecting together the rules and Datacards you need in order to field your Aeldari warriors in games of Warhammer 40,000, this is a bundle for any and all craftworlds collector.

Triumvirate of Ynnead $75

Though the chosen of Ynnead are extremely dangerous in their own right, when they marshal their strength as one they have the power to alter the fate of the galaxy. Striding majestically at the front comes Yvraine, high priestess of the Whispering God; by her side is the Visarch; and hovering above like a macabre angel is the Yncarne. Though these three are surrounded by an air of morbid power, they represent the Aeldari race’s greatest hope for a dramatic rebirth.

This box contains the Triumvirate of Ynnead. It includes:

The Yncarne, Avatar of Ynnead, wreathed in a roaring psychic hurricane, invigorating the spirits of the Aeldari around them, the Yncarne comes armed with Vilith-zhar, the Sword of Souls which can take many forms – this miniature includes a sword and a pair of daggers;

Yvraine, Emissary of Ynnead, clad in the style of the ancient Aeldari and accompanied by a psychic familiar known as a gyrinx, she carries the Cronesword Kha-vir, the Sword of Sorrows;

The Visarch, Sword of Ynnead, Yvraine’s chosen champion, clad in baroque armour of the ancient Bel-Anshoc style, he channels the lost souls he has accumulated to become an ever-more lethal opponent. He is armed with Asu-var, Sword of Silent Screams.

Supplied with 1 Citadel 32mm Round base, 1 Citadel 80mm Round base and 1 Citadel 105x70mm Oval base.

Rules for using these miniatures in games of Warhammer 40,000 are provided in the box.

 

Rise of the Ynnari: Ghost Warrior (Hardback) $27

 

An Aeldari novel

When the long-lost Craftworld Ziasuthra reappears, Iyanna Arienal and Yvraine of the Ynnari lead an expedition to it in hope of retrieving the last cronesword. But why has the craftworld returned now, and can its inhabitants be trusted?

READ IT BECAUSE
It’s the first post-Gathering Storm Aeldari novel, and focuses on the new Ynnari faction and their quest to reunite the croneswords and awaken their god.

THE STORY
Still reeling from the advent of the Great Rift, and the ravages of the tyranids, the aeldari inhabitants of Iyanden are shocked when they receive a message from a long-lost craftworld. Missing for millennia, the craftworld of Ziasuthra has suddenly reappeared from its sanctuary in the warp, and its denizens wish to make contact. Led by the Spiritseer Iyanna and Yvraine, the Emissary of Ynnead, a small force of craftworld eldar head to Zaisuthra to open negotiations with their brethren. Behind their surface desire to help, however, Iyanna and Yvraine have a stronger motive, they are seeking the final cronesword, which could lie hidden behind ancient web portal on this craftworld. But how co-operative will the mysterious Ziasuthrans prove to be, or do they too have their own agenda?

Written by Gav Thorpe.

 

Datacards: Craftworlds $15

Designed to make it easier to keep track of Tactical Objectives, psychic powers and Stratagems in games of Warhammer 40,000, this set of 78 cards – each featuring artwork on the reverse – is an indispensable tool in the arsenal of any Craftworlds gamer. Included:

– 13 psychic power cards – 12 from the Runes of Battle and Runes of Fate disciplines, along with Smite;
– 26 Craftworlds Stratagems available to any Battle-forged Craftworlds army as found in Codex: Craftworlds including 5 which are Craftworld-specific, along with 3 Stratagems – Command Re-roll, Counter-Offensive and Insane Bravery – from the Warhammer 40,000 rules, available to any army;
– 36 Tactical Objectives, including the 6 specific Objectives from Codex: Craftworlds.

Dire Avengers Dice $11.25

Swooping Hawks Dice $11.25

Fire Dragon Dice $11.25

Striking Scorpion Dice $11.25

Howling Banshee Dice $11.25

 

 

Dark Reapers Dice $11.25

Crusade and Other Stories (Paperback) $8

Great fiction from the Dark Imperium

From a battle between the valiant Ultramarines and their plague-ridden Death Guard foes, to tales of alien enemies and the Imperium’s many brave defenders, this anthology brings together a collection of stories perfect for learning about the various factions of the Warhammer 40,000 universe – it’s your ideal first step into the adrenaline-fulled fiction of the 41st Millennium.

READ IT BECAUSE
It’s a hand-picked selection of stories designed to introduce you to both Warhammer 40,000 and Black Library fiction.

DESCRIPTION
Within this book you will find Crusade, a fantastic new novella from Andy Clark…

Sons of the primarch Roboute Guilliman, the Primaris Ultramarines are peerless warriors whose sworn duty is to protect mankind from the predations of the xenos and the foul traitors of the Heretic Astartes. In a galaxy riven by eternal war, they and the other armies of the Imperium are all that stand between mankind and damnation. Their ship damaged by warp storms, the Ultramarines of strike force Cassian make for Kalides Prime. They hope to find safe harbour to repair their craft before rejoining the Indomitus Crusade. Instead, the Primaris Space Marines discover a world reduced to rot and ruin by the plague-ridden warriors of the Death Guard.

Also within this book is a host of awesome short stories to give you a flavour of the many warring armies that exist within the worlds of Warhammer 40,000.

CONTENTS
The Lightning Tower by Dan Abnett
Sarcophagus by David Annandale
Crusade by Andy Clark
Extinction by Aaron Dembski-Bowden
A Sanctuary of Wyrms by Peter Fehervari
The Purity of Ignorance by John French
The Word of the Silent King by L J Goulding
The Lost King by Robbie MacNiven
Culling the Horde by Steve Parker
The Zheng Cipher by Josh Reynolds
Red & Black by James Swallow
Honour of the Third and Howl of the Banshee by Gav Thorpe

The novel is a 464 page paperback.

Hammerhal & Other Stories (Paperback) $8

Great fiction from the Mortal Realms

From the desperate defence of a city of Order against rampaging hordes of Chaos-tainted foes, to tales of Sigmar’s Stormcast Eternals, their trusted allies and their many hideous enemies, this anthology brings together a collection of stories perfect for learning about the various factions of the Mortal Realms, the setting of Warhammer Age of Sigmar – it’s your ideal first step into the adrenaline-fulled fiction of Black Library’s stories.

READ IT BECAUSE
It’s a hand-picked selection of stories and novel extracts designed to introduce you to both Warhammer Age of Sigmar and Black Library fiction.

DESCRIPTION
Within this book you will find Hammerhal, a fantastic new novella from Josh Reynolds:

Dark forces stir within the bowers of the mysterious Hexwood. A great warhost of Tzaangor beastkin, creatures devoted to Tzeentch, the Architect of Fate, defile the once-verdant lands of Ghyran. All that opposes them are the noble Stormcast Eternals of the Hallowed Knights. Reforged in resplendent sigmarite and wielding the lightning of Azyr, few can stand against these heroes. But Tzeentch’s followers are cunning, and as the Hallowed Knights wage bloody war, a second attack on the city of Hammerhal, which the Stormcasts are oath-sword to defend, is coming to pass. Both the warriors without and the hunters within the city must act fast or the truth about the Hexwood will undo everything they have fought so hard to protect.

Also within this book is a host of awesome short stories giving you a flavour of the many warring armies that exist within the worlds of Warhammer Age of Sigmar.

CONTENTS
The Keys to Ruin by David Annandale
Beneath the Black Thumb and Great Red by David Guymer
Heartwood by Robbie MacNiven
Assault on the Mandrake Bastion, Hammerhal and The Prisoner of the Black Sun by Josh Reynolds
Vengeance Eternal by Matt Westbrook

Plus excerpts from:
Eight Lamentations: Spear of Shadows and Skaven Pestilens by Josh Reynolds
Overlords of the Iron Dragon by C L Werner

The novel is a 512 page paperback.

 

Craftworld Made To Order Collection $143.50

Skyrunner Seer Council $165

Together, a craftworld’s Farseers and warlocks are far greater than the sum of their parts, skilled at shaping reality to their will.

Leverage the power of the Seer Council Stratagem, as found in Codex: Craftworlds, with this bundle. In it, you’ll find 2 Farseer Skyrunners, and 3 Warlock Skyrunners.

 

Eldrad Ulthran $25

Eldrad Ulthran was once chief amongst the Farseers of Ulthwé. Eldrad has lived for over ten thousand years, and has successfully guided his people along the twisting paths of fate since the Fall, and throughout the rise of the Imperium. Time and time again, Eldrad has averted disaster for not only his former craftworld, but the entire Aeldari race, committing acts of heroism hidden within severed strands of fate, regularly offering sage wisdom and tactical aid to those who fight against the overwhelming forces of Chaos that beset the galaxy.

This multi-part plastic kit contains the components necessary to assemble Eldrad Ulthran. Standing tall, wielding a beautifully-jeweled witchblade and the Staff of Ulthamar, he wears impressively elaborate armour reflecting his status as high Farseer. Patterns of psycho-receptive wraithbone runes are secreted about the model – Eldrad is said to have devised over a dozen distinct runes. Even his billowing cloak is inscribed with runes, demonstrating his psychic might – as a backup, should his psychic abilities fail, he carries a shuriken pistol also.

This kit comes as 13 components, and is supplied with a Citadel 25mm Round base.

 

Are you ready for the Eldar Invasion?

  • Jack

    Yeah, Eldar are boring, lets move onto the next codex already

    • Michael Cameron

      Yep. Doesnt matter what Craftworld they are from, they all taste like chicken to Nids.

    • Red_Five_Standing_By

      How about we all skip what you want and are excited for? Jeez.

      • Jack

        my codex is already out, so i dont care. Bring out the next one already i say

  • SonoftheMountain

    More like Start Collecting: Iyanden

    You really think someone playing Saim Hann want those models to start? Just saying it should be in Iyanden colors

    • Red_Five_Standing_By

      Saim Han are the poster boys for the Eldar. All of their kits feature Saim Han.

      Like how all of the Marine models are Ultramarines.

      And how all of the Tau stuff are from that white Sept.

      🙂

      But, yes, this is an Iyanden starter, lol

      • Does anyone know why the Tau boxes always have the White Sept on the boxes, not the actual T’au Sept, like the old ones did? Or are the T’au sept {Why are the race called that now? What was wrong with Tau.} now white?

        • Diagoras

          Vior’la? I’m not sure.

          Probably just because it looks nicer. Nice, clean scheme for the new units. Also, white makes them look more futuristic.

        • Harry_Jamieson

          The name changes across 40K (and also from WFB to AoS) are from generic non-trademarkable words to unique names that can be trademarked as GW property.

          Hence T’au, Aeldari, Druhkari, Orruks, Astra Militarum, etc rather than their previous versions.

        • Donald Wendt

          According to some of the old tau fluff it doesn’t matter how you paint your tau army. Sept marking tell you which Sept they are from. I take it as Tau are the ultimate Reasonable Marines with bad ballistic skill. T’au Sept was just desert looking because T’au is a desert world. Not sure if their pragmatic approach to paint scheme is still canon.

          For a real life explanation I figure that GW just plum decided to change things up because they already had a ton of desert Tau and they were refreshing the line with new models.

          They’re called T’au now for maximum copyright as you can’t copyright an ancient Greek letter.

  • Brandon Sharitt

    Coming to a game store near you, new plastic Eldar….. dice!

  • dave long island

    Coneheads from France, handing out fried chicken embryos for halloween… pfffftttt… lol

    • Arthfael

      Just curious: what the hell do you mean by that? And what’s France got to do with Eldar?

      • dave long island

        Oh, lol. It’s in reference characters ‘The Coneheads’. They had a skit on SNL where they handed out fried chicken for Halloween, lol… I couldn’t find that actual skit but here’s the trailer for their movie https://youtu.be/dD-vAWecEus

        • Arthfael

          Haha, thanks. I now dimly remember seeing those at some point on (incidentally, French) TV when I was a child. Thanks for reawakening those long gone memories 😀

          • dave long island

            Cool man, no problem!

  • Andrew Marshall

    No warp spider dice?

    • Nope, sorry.

    • Donald Wendt

      Howling Banshee dice look great if you don’t want your opponent to see what you actually rolled, though.