GW: New Releases November 25 “Pricing & Links”

Chapter Approved is up for Pre-Order along with the Terminus Ultra & 8 New Battleforces for 40k & AoS!

via Games Workshop

Chapter Approved 2017 $35

An enormous toolkit of rules, updates and ways to play, Chapter Approved is an essential purchase for any Warhammer 40,000 player. Expanding upon the rules found in the Warhammer 40,000 book, this 128-page softback book contains narrative-driven battles and scenarios depicting brutal sieges, exciting new ways to play, mechanics for designing your own vehicles and a host of new rules to take to the battlefield.

Chapter Approved 2017: Warlord Edition $75

Available while stocks last, the Warlord Edition of Chapter Approved is complete and unabridged, and includes the following exclusive items:

A blank army roster pad containing 50 sheets, enabling you to record what’s in your army;
24 mission cards featuring missions from Chapter Approved, split as follows:
– 6 Planetstrike Missions;
– 6 Stronghold Assault Missions;
– 6 Eternal War Missions;
– 6 Maelstrom of War Missions;
47 stratagems from Chapter Approved, split as follows:
– 12 Planetstrike Stratagems;
– 12 Stronghold Assault Stratagems;
– 7 Battlezone: Industrial Worlds Stratagems;
– 16 Detachment Stratagems;

A token sheet featuring numbered Objective Markers and 2 9″ Deep Strike rulers; 2 game trackers that each enable you to keep track of both Command and Victory points in your games.


Battleforce Astra Militarum Battlegroup $170

Battleforce T’au Empire Rapid Insertion Force $170


Battleforce Orks Kult of Speed $170

Battleforce Genestealer Cults Insurrection $170

Battleforce Kharadron Overlords Sky-fleet $170


Battleforce Stormcast Eternals Vanguard Brotherhood $170


Battleforce Tzeentch Arkanites Changecult $170


Battleforce Blade of the Blood Queen $170

Mirkwood Armoured Elves Warband $65

When called upon to take up arms in defence of their borders, Mirkwood Elves demonstrate speed, grace and skill with bow, blade and spear that far outstrips that of Dwarves and Men.

Field a warband of Mirkwood Elves with this collection of 12 resin miniatures – in it, you’ll find:

– 4 Mirkwood Armoured Swordsmen
– 4 Mirkwood Armoured Spearmen
– 4 Mirkwood Armoured Bowmen


Munitorum Varnish $19.50

Book 47: Old Earth (Hardback) $30

The Horus Heresy Book 47

Reborn in the fires of Nocturne, Vulkan prepares for his final journey. With the choice between vengeance and duty, what will the primarch’s destiny be?

It’s the final stage in Vulkan’s journey. Through tragedy, madness and death itself, the Salamanders primarch has prevailed – but what awaits him now will test him to his very limits.

Reborn in body and spirit beneath Mount Deathfire, the primarch Vulkan gathers his most trusted sons and prepares for the final part of his journey. The Legions shattered at Isstvan V have stalled the Warmaster’s advance across the galaxy, but fresh cracks are spreading through the alliance between the Iron Hands, Salamanders and Raven Guard, along with mysterious rumours of the return of Ferrus Manus. Haunted by a sense of destiny unfulfilled, Vulkan must choose between joining their war of vengeance against the traitors, or following his own barely understood path all the way to the Throneworld itself.

Written by Nick Kyme.

Hallowed Knights: Plague Garden (Paperback) $16

A Warhammer Age of Sigmar novel

During the greatest battles of the War for Life, the Stormcast Eternals suffered a great tragedy: the Hallowed Knights Lord-Castellant Lorus Grymn was lost to the Realm of Chaos. Now his fellow Steel Souls venture into the domain of Nurgle himself in search of their lost comrade…

It’s a return to the Mortal Realms… sort of. It’s something new for the Age of Sigmar as the Stormcast Eternals take on Chaos not just in the usual places, but right in the very heart of the Dark Gods’ own domain.

As the War for the Realm of Life continues, Lord-Castellant Lorrus Grymn leads the battered remnants of the Steel Souls warrior chamber against the sargasso-citadels of the Verdant Bay. The Hallowed Knights claim victory, but at a terrible cost – Grymn is lost to Realm of Chaos. Now Gardus, newly-reforged and fresh from the destruction of the Scabrous Sprawl, must lead his warriors into the foetid heart of Nurgle’s realm in search of the Lord-Castellant, where they must once more brave the horrors of the Realm of Decay…

Written by Josh Reynolds.

White Dwarf December 2017 $9

Terminus Ultra $89.25

Chapter Approved contains some excellent hints and tips on converting Land Raider models, using bits from other kits to add weapons, change the look of the vehicle and create something unique to your collection. One of the examples, complete with a datasheet for use in Open Play games, is the Terminus Ultra – equipped with 2 lascannon and 3 twin lascannon, it’s particularly well-suited to delivering massive amounts of concentrated fire at heavily armoured foes!

In this bundle, you’ll find the parts you need to build the Terminus Ultra: a Land Raider, complete with all the parts and weapon options you’d expect, along with 2 extra sprues containing weapons from a Razorback and a Predator. Attach these weapons to your Land Raider, and you’ve got a Terminus Ultra ready to go.

Terminus Ultra Upgrade Pack $15

Upgrade your Land Raider to a Terminus Ultra, a frankly irresponsibly powerful tank variant capable of delivering incredible rates of firepower, with this pack of 2 plastic sprues. They contain an array of weapons ordinarily found on the Razorback and Predator variant: from the Predator, you’ll find 2 sponson assemblies, which can be built with either 2 lascannon or 2 heavy bolters, and from the Razorback you’ll find a cupola assembly which again can be used to upgrade your Land Raider with either 2 lascannon or 2 heavy bolters.

There are also some extras: stowed rope, an ammo crate and some fuel canisters.



The Terminus Ultra Needs More Guns…

  • Koonitz

    Now all we need is the removal of the keyword on the Terminus Ultra.

    • Crevab

      Seriously. Confused and disappointed when I noticed that in the Index

    • I_am_Alpharius

      Simple solutions to that:
      a) In games between friends at a gaming group, just ask if people mind you using a Terminus Ultra with any Chapter – I know I would not.
      b) Now you can build one from the VDR rules

      • zeno666

        You’re right. The best solution to GW games is to fix them yourself.
        Why ask the company you’re giving money to actually do their job?

        • I_am_Alpharius

          Hardly a fix by hobbyist, evidently GW considered the Terminus Ultra an Ultramarine only unit just like a Baal Predator is for the Blood Angel. However, it is common sense to just ask the question of your mates.

          • CKyle80

            Don’t bother, his comments are never serious, just more pathetic troll attempts. He’ll probably come back with some stupid comment that pretends like satisfying tens of thousands of gamers worldwide is super simple.

    • Wolf-Assassin

      Terminus Ultra is for Ultra marines, Use the Space Wolves version instead “Landr Raider Fenris” it got five twin linked Lascanons and an option for another instead of the storm bolter.

      • euansmith
        • Spacefrisian

          Could have sworn the front 2 were also twin lascannons.
          Before FW came with there solution of quad lascannons.

      • Crevab

        Well as long as we’re making things up, why not vortex grenade launchers instead of smoke launchers?

      • Reven

        Clearly the space wolves would use the Wolf King Lemon Rust, a Leman Russ with Hellfrost Battle Cannon Sponsons, BS 4 and the option to replace the hull mounted Heavy Bolter with a a Frost Axe and Stormshield.

    • Spacefrisian

      Its called white scar paint and a brush.

  • Kabal1te

    I may be thin on my salamanders lore, but why does Vulcan have a hammer, and not a spear on that novel cover?

    • ReverendTiberiusJackhammer

      Multiple guys called Vulkan. The Primarch Vulkan wielded a big ol’ hammer, but he crafted many, many weapons – one of them being a spear used by the “modern-day” Forgefather, Vulkan He’stan. Anyone in the position of Forgefather takes the Primarch’s name – like how Julius Caesar Emperor-ed so hard that “Caesar” became a title for Roman Emperors.

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      • zemlod

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    • Wolf-Assassin

      Bols realy need to fix their sponsors, i get the same on my mobile all the time.

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      • Jesse Godfrey

        That hardly works on any phone. I have no issues on any website but this one. Easy to follow the dots to the conclusion. They need to fix their sponsors.

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  • Rainthezangoose

    Can’t wait for that issues of white dwarf! The Mirkwood elves is great but I do wish we could get them with weapon choices. I’d really want them more if I could have all bows for instance.

  • karl

    lol, 90 bucks for the upgraded land raider?! in 2001 I bought a standard one for 40 euros, which would now be 55€/$

    • zeno666

      You’re getting more moldlines with the newer ones as well 😉

  • chris harrison

    Nice Orks starter. Hoping they get a reduction in points when their new codex comes out.