GW: Pre-Order December 30th “Pricing & Links”

The final batch of pre-orders from 2017 are up now from Games Workshop!

via Games Workshop

White Dwarf January 2018 $9

The New Year brings a new White Dwarf and this one, fittingly, fresh with rancid new life bestowed upon the world by the blessings of the Plague God Nurgle. There’s a host of pestilent new releases and we take a look in disgusting depth with Designers’ Notes, Paint Splatter, the Battle Report and more! We celebrate the New Year further with a host of features on the theme of New Year, New Army, plus some awesome new rules and scenarios in the shape of more new goings-on in Hammerhal, a new narrative campaign for the Middle-earth Strategy Battle Game and a new Necromunda scenario. Pick up a copy now for all of this and much, much more.

Arnor Battle Company $54.75

All the miniatures you need in order to field an Arnor Battle Company, as found in the Battle Companies expansion for the The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey™ Strategy Battle Game, are here. Included:

– A set of 6 resin Warriors of Arnor;
– A set of 12 plastic Rangers of Middle-earth.

Erebor & Dale Battle Company $70

All the miniatures you need in order to field an Erebor & Dale Battle Company, as found in the Battle Companies expansion for the The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey™ Strategy Battle Game, are here. Included:

– A set of 10 plastic Warriors of Dale;
– A set of 12 plastic Warriors of Erebor.

 

Fiefdoms Battle Company $64.50

ll the miniatures you need in order to field a Fiefdoms Battle Company, as found in the Battle Companies expansion for the The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey™ Strategy Battle Game, are here. Included:

– A 2-model metal Foot Knights of Dol Amroth Command set;
– A set of 4 resin Men-at-Arms of Dol Amroth;
– A set of 12 plastic Rangers of Middle-earth.

Planetstrike & Stronghold Assault Terrain Collection $390.50

There are a ton of fortification and terrain rules in the Planetstrike and Stronghold Assault missions found in Chapter Approved – and with this bundle, you’ll be able to bring them all to life on your gaming table. Included are all the scenery sets you need to create massive, epic sieges in your games:

– An Aegis Defence Line: 4 double blast shield sections and 4 single blast shield sections that can be linked together any way you like – with an included quad-gun emplacement;
– An Imperial Bastion: a large, brutal structure complete with an Icarus-pattern lascannon;
– A Wall of Martyrs – Imperial Bunker: a fortified bunker with some impressively morbid details;
– A Sector Mechanicus Hive Shield: 2 void Shield Generators, a set of 2 Haemotrope Reactors and a set of Promethium Relay Pipes to connect them;
– A Skyshield Landing Pad, for loading and unloading of craft;
– A set of Battlefield Accessories, containing barricades, oil drums, ammo crates and tank traps.

 

Fulgrim: The Palatine Phoenix (Hardback) $19

Primarchs Book 6

Seeking a new challenge and a mighty triumph, Fulgrim – prideful primarch of the Emperor’s Children – sets out to conquer a world with just seven warriors by his side…

READ IT BECAUSE
It’s a unique look at Fulgrim, always one of the most fascinating of the primarchs. And with a focus on him and a small band of heroes, you’re guaranteed explosions in character dynamics as well as the action…

THE STORY
Lord of Chemos and bearer of the Palatine Aquila, Fulgrim, primarch of the Emperor’s Children, is determined to take his rightful place in the Great Crusade, whatever the cost. A swordsman without equal, the Phoenician has long studied the art of war and grows impatient to put his skills, and those of his loyal followers, to a true test. Now, accompanied by only seven of his finest warriors, he seeks to bring a rebellious world into compliance, by any means necessary. But Fulgrim soon learns that no victory comes without cost, and the greater the triumph, the greater the price one must pay…

Written by Gav Thorpe.

Farsight: Crisis Of Faith (Paperback) $16

A T’au Empire novel

Fresh from his victory on Arkunasha, the young Commander Farsight leads a crusade to reclaim colonies lost to mankind’s Imperium. But stiff resistance will test him to his limits, and beyond.

READ IT BECAUSE
Phil Kelly continues his look at the life of Commander Farsight with his first campaign against the full might of the Imperium, and shows how the T’au Empire’s technological superiority fares against Imperial grit.

THE STORY
The t’au are a mysterious alien race, diametrically opposed to the Imperium of Man in every possible way – in their mastery of technology, methods of warfare and social structure. Yet in galactic terms they are a young race, and naive when it comes to the manipulations of Chaos. When promising young Commander Farsight is promoted to lead a crusade across the Damocles Gulf to reclaim the T’au Empire’s lost colonies from mankind, the mood is one of optimism. With their mighty fleet, and superior weapons and machines, how can their endeavour possibly fail? However, despite a parade of early successes, Commander Farsight soon faces enemies he wasn’t anticipating, and finds not only his courage but also his soul tested to the very limit.

Written by Phil Kelly.

 

Start the new year off with some new novels!

  • Rainthezangoose

    The battle companies coming at no discount is literally brain dead nonsense.

    • ZeeLobby

      Well welcome to every GW “bundle”, hehe.

      • Brian Tallisker

        The start collecting boxes are pretty good actually, so…

        • ZeeLobby

          Right. Hence “bundle” vs “start collecting box sets”. Everyone knows the GW difference.

  • PrehistoricUF0

    One day I’m going to get that landing pad. I’ve wanted one for ages, and whenever I’m about to pull the trigger on getting one, something else gets purchased. I’m sorry, Mr. Landing Platform

    • familyguy2095

      Whats is really annoying; how one saves up $$$ for what you really want, then you come back to the site to find “Sold Out”.
      It always gets me. So i buy something else, come back and it will say, “Back in Stock”. Rinse & repeat to have it say, “Out of Stock” again. That always happens to me.