GW: Pre-Orders December 9 “Pricing & Links”

The Dark Angel’s Pre-Orders have arrived! The Angels of Caliban await…

via Games Workshop

Codex: Dark Angels $40

No matter the foe, regardless of the odds, the proud warriors of the Dark Angels stubbornly refuse to accept defeat. Descendants of the First Legion, they stand foremost amongst the Chapters of the Space Marines, Mankind’s mightiest defenders. None fight with more grim determination than the Dark Angels, and their renowned special companies – the Deathwing and the Ravenwing – are held in awe by allies and enemies alike. Yet behind their devotion to the Imperium lies a dark obsession…

Dark Angels Primaris Lieutenant Zakariah $25

Lieutenants act as the right hands of their Captains by providing flexibility and helping to direct their battle-brothers in engagements. Battle Companies are often split into 2 Demi-companies, each of which falls under the command of a Lieutenant who leads his brothers unflinchingly into battle. The position gives rising leaders experience in command, and the longest-serving Lieutenants of the Dark Angels are presented with robes and cowls – the austere markings of a veteran amongst the descendants of the First Legion.

This multi-part plastic kit contains the components necessary to assemble Primaris Lieutenant Zakariah of the Dark Angels. He wears Mk X power armour, over which are the robes that mark him out as a particularly notable servant of the Chapter. He carries a plasma pistol and power sword, and his armour features several pieces of ornate Dark Angels detail – the left shoulder pad has a sculpted Chapter icon, while the right pad has a space for painting. He features a knife and book icon hanging from his belt, and a choice of heads – one is a Dark Angels helmet, and the other is a not-quite-bare cowled head, with eye implant.

Lieutenant Zakariah comes as 11 components, and is supplied with a Citadel 40mm Round base.

Dark Angels Dice $30

This is a set of 20 6-sided 16mm dice, in a variety of colours that represent the Dark Angels. Designed with square edges, with the pips perfectly flush with the surfaces, each features a skull in place of the 1 and a Dark Angels icon in the place of the 6:

– 12 x dark green dice with grey icons, representing the main Dark Angels colour scheme;
– 4 x bone dice with green icons, representing the Deathwing;
– 4 x Black dice with bone icons, representing the Ravenwing.

Datacards: Dark Angels $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 72 cards – each featuring artwork on the reverse – is an indispensable tool in the arsenal of any Dark Angels gamer. Included:

– 7 psychic power cards – 6 from the Interromancy discipline found in Codex: Dark Angels, along with Smite;
– 28 Stratagems available to any Battle-forged Dark Angels army as found in Codex: Dark Angels, 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: Dark Angels.

Codex: Dark Angels Collector’s Edition $80

Dark Angels Primaris Hellblasters $60

Imperial observers have likened the fire of a Hellblaster Squad to the incinerating power of a stellar flare. Bolt after bolt of plasma sears across the battlefield; those caught in the Hellblasters’ sights are swiftly annihilated, their armour blasted to ash and their flesh and bone to glowing motes. Even armoured fighting vehicles are swiftly reduced to heaps of metallic slag. The Unforgiven are not afraid to martyr themselves in a starburst of overcharged plasma weaponry, should the situation be dire enough to call for it…

This multi-part plastic kit contains the components necessary to assemble a set of 10 Primaris Hellblasters. The models can be assembled as either a 10-man squad, a squad of 9 Hellblasters with a Sergeant or 2 separate 5-man squads, each with a Sergeant of their own. The whole squad can be armed with a host of plasma weaponry – there are 10 plasma incinerators included, with the components required to turn any of them into an assault plasma incinerator or heavy plasma incinerator, depending on your preference. The assault and heavy variants feature alternate muzzles, ammunition flasks and different cabling attaching the weapon to the Hellblasters’ backpack. There are 4 incinerators which are being carried rather than aimed; you have the option to arm 4 Hellblasters with plasma pistols in the other hand.

The models are upgraded to represent the Dark Angels with the 2 included 21-component upgrade frames. This is a selection of 18 shoulder pads, 6 heads, 4 arms (2 holding chainswords), 12 reliquaries and 2 tilting plates, specifically designed to add Dark Angels iconography to the Primaris Space Marines.

This is a 292-component plastic kit (including upgrades), and is supplied with 10 Citadel 32mm Round bases and a Blood Angels Primaris Infantry Transfer Sheet.

Dark Angels Primaris Intercessors $60

A strong core of reliable and adaptable warriors that can lay down fire while advancing or holding down terrain is an invaluable aid to any tactician. In the case of strike forces bolstered by Primaris battle-brothers, this role is fulfilled by the Intercessor Squads. Since the inclusion of Intercessor Squads, the Company Masters of the Unforgiven have come to count on their formidable salvoes of firepower. Indeed, they are often the base upon which the rest of a strike force is built.

This multi-part plastic kit contains the components necessary to assemble a set of 10 Primaris Intercessors. Wearing Mk X Tacticus armour in order to take advantage of its protection and mobility, they prove to be reliable and adaptable warriors, each armed with bolt rifles. Their bolt rifles can be 1 of 3 variants – the standard bolt rifle with sickle magazine, auto bolt rifle with overcharger and box magazine, or stalker bolt rifle with longer-range sight and straight magazine. There are 16 right-hand shoulder pads decorated with the iconography of the Intercessors – enough to cover each of the variant arms, including 2 with an open radio panel, 2 gesturing for their squad to halt, 2 holding combat knives and 2 firing bolt pistols. There are a total of 36 different heads available in this kit, covering helmeted and bare options.

The models can be assembled as either a 10-man squad, a squad of 9 Intercessors with a Sergeant or 2 separate 5-man squads, each with a Sergeant of their own.

They are upgraded to represent the Dark Angels with the 2 included 21-component upgrade frames. This is a selection of 18 shoulder pads, 6 heads, 4 arms (2 holding chainswords), 12 reliquaries and 2 tilting plates, specifically designed to add Dark Angels iconography to the Primaris Space Marines.

This is a 308-component plastic kit (including upgrades), and is supplied with 10 Citadel 32mm Round bases and a Dark Angels Transfer Sheet.

Dark Angels Primaris Aggressors $55

Clad in heavy Gravis armour, Aggressor Squads advance on the foe as walking fortresses of ceramite. More mobile than some other Space Marines, they’re better able to negotiate rough ground, making them versatile troops; while they are often employed in specific circumstances or on certain terrain, Aggressor Squads are used as reserves to plug breaches in gun lines or to spearhead an advance. During the battles upon Mordian, the Dark Angels Aggressor Squads were pivotal in clearing the dense hive cities of foes, leading a slow but inexorable advance hab-block by hab-block.

This multi-part plastic kit contains the components and upgrades necessary to assemble a 3-man Dark Angels Primaris Aggressor Squad. Extremely heavily armoured, their silhouette is wider and chunkier than most Primaris Space Marines, due in no small part to the choice of auto boltstorm gauntlets or flamestorm gauntlets. There are three sets of each, with every weapon featuring pipes or belts that are fed from the enormous backpack. One set of flamestorm gauntlets features retracted barrels, as in close combat fists speak louder than flames… Should you choose the boltstorm gauntlets, the Aggressors can also take a fragstorm grenade launcher.

You have the option of assembling 3 Aggressors or 2 Aggressors and a Sergeant; a host of options are available either way. There are 6 heads for the standard Aggressors, with respirators on the mask of those using flamestorm gauntlets, and 2 more specific heads for the Sergeant. The flamestorm-wielding Aggressors have their own shoulder pads, featuring larger blast shielding to protect them from the immense operating temperatures of their weapons. Also included are reliquaries and purity seals, with special examples for Sergeants featuring extra skulls.

The models are upgraded to represent the Dark Angels with the included 21-component upgrade frame. This is a selection of 9 shoulder pads, 3 heads, 2 arms (1 holding a power sword), 6 reliquaries and a tilting plate, specifically designed to add Dark Angels iconography to the Primaris Space Marines.

This is a 128-component plastic kit (including upgrades), and is supplied with 3 Citadel 40mm Round bases and a Dark Angels Primaris Infantry Transfer Sheet.

Dark Angels Primaris Upgrades $12.50

This pack of plastic components can be used to upgrade a variety of Primaris Space Marines with iconography and details specific to the Dark Angels. 21 components in total are included:

– 5 Dark Angel Mk X power armour shoulder pads, which are used to upgrade Hellblasters and Intercessors;
– 2 Dark Angel Mk X Gravis armour shoulder pads, which are used to upgrade Aggressors;
– 1 Dark Angel Mk X power armour shoulder pad, for use with characters/Sergeants;
– 1 Dark Angel Mk X Gravis armour shoulder pad, for use with Aggressor character/Sergeants;
– 2 Dark Angel bare heads;
– 1 Dark Angels-specific helmet;
– 1 left arm and separate power sword, which is designed for use with an Intercessor;
– 1 left Dark Angels character/Sergeant arm with attached hand, to fit an Intercessor;
– 2 reliquaries;
– 1 book;
– 2 pouch and icon hangers;
– 1 tilting plate.

Dark Angels Gamers Collection $85

Deathwing Honours Collection $125

This Weeks New Miniatures $200

Sons of the Lion – Battalion Detachment $477.50

 

For the Lion! And I guess for the “Emperor” too…

  • Michael Cameron

    Other than the Death Guard dice and a few of the Eldar dice sets these dice are decent. Cant believe that GW has made so many horrible dice sets over the last six months. Shame the BA and DA dice are sooo expensive.

    • euansmith

      I think they’ve missed a trick here, not including Death Company Dice in black with red “x” on them.

    • dynath

      I’m sorry I don’t really understand how these are decent. They are flat colored dice with decals on them. I’ve gotten the better dice out of monopoly games. No embossing or engravings. No interesting color choices. I had hoped that the Death Guard dice signaled some originality with GW’s dice. That design was wholly unique and worth its money even if I wasn’t going to use them on the table top daily. The recent blood angels dice were pathetic junk.