Next Week’s Custodes Prices & Products CONFIRMED

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The mighty Adeptus Custodes and some old friends are coming this weekend. Get your wallet ready!

Here’s what’s headed your way this weekend according to numerous industry professionals:

Warhammer 40,000

It’s 2018 and the Adeptus Custodes are marching you way! And they are bring a lot of the character models from last year’s Triumvirate of the Primarch kit with them a la carte.

 

 

 

Codex: Adeptus Custodes $40

Datacards: Adeptus Custodes $15

Adeptus Custodes Dice $20

Adeptus Custodes Allarus Custodians $50

Captain-General Trajaan Valoris $35

Roboute Guilliman $60

Celestine The Living Saint $55

Cypher $35

Inquisitor Greyfax $25

~LOVING Trajaan Valoris’ mini!  These guys are looking GREAT!

  • shinmaga

    Man, I’m glad when the triumvirate box came out, I got Bobby g from a guy in exchange for a pizza.

  • Ryan Miller

    I am very glad to see some facial hair in the 41st millennium that has nothing to do with furry marines. Now if only the Iron Tenth would get some attention in 40k…

  • Crevab

    So uh, two of those Allarus are identical except for a headswap

    • briandavion

      I suspect most people will use those kits to build HQs and banner carriers with

    • ZeeLobby

      Even the third is almost identical in stance. Bobby-G backup dancers?

  • defensive

    Did they have to make the custodes poses all identical and silly?

    And I JUST bought the greyfax model on ebay. Could have saved a few bucks. At least they are done with the Triumverate boxes now, apart from Eldar.

    • Dooms Day

      I can imagine there are 3 poses in total, just GW messed up with photo taking.

  • Carey_Mahoney

    25$ for Greyfax is just obscene. I know, that kind of GW pricing isn’t exactly new, but always shocking. Come on, it’s not a Dreadnought, the model is human-sized.

    • Chet Atkinson

      Theyre having a laugh. At least she doesn’t have high heels, boob plate or a lit candle on her head. That would just make her totally ridiculous 😉

      • ZeeLobby

        XD

      • emperorslion

        Or a crossbow…

      • emperorslion

        Our a crossbow…

    • DJ860

      Standard single character pricing, why is this a surprise?

      • euansmith

        I think it is more delayed shock than surprise. 😉

      • Carey_Mahoney

        No surprise (see above), just an outrage.

    • btmcrae

      So long as people keep buying, GW will keep pushing the envelope on pricing. GW is to blame for doing it; the community is to blame for supporting it.

      • Carey_Mahoney

        In fact I am also supporting third-party providers of bits, proxies, whatevers via purchases, but some of them aren’t actually cheaper.

    • ZeeLobby

      It’s now $25/$35 Character-hammer. Once they realized people would buy single models for these priced their whole release schema moved to it.

      • Ghachii

        And yet at the same time they’re making it considerably cheaper to buy many other models (including bread and butter units) by offering heavily discounted box sets. In general I’d say it’s more affordable to build an army now than it’s been for many long years, at least if you’re smart with you’re purchases.

        • ZeeLobby

          I mean to be fair, not having start collecting boxes was basic idiocy considering every other gaming system has something equivalent. That said, if you want units outside of those start collecting boxes “heavily discounted” isn’t really true.

          I’ll admit that if your lucky, and your factions start collecting box is strong, you can buy several, and spam units for cheaper than ever before, but lets be honest, that’s a minority.

          8th Edition 40K is BUILT around character bubbles and buffs, and each new faction has had 4+ characters added to it to give those buffs (many of which are essential for creating a good list). Each of those characters costs $25 minimum. If I save $100 through several start collecting boxes, and then buy 3/4 characters to make my army viable, it’s pretty much a wash…

        • karl

          LOL, the lengths some people will go to to defend GW’s pricing policies.

      • JL

        Models are cheap. Special rules? Now THOSE are expensive!

      • Carey_Mahoney

        It’s kinda bizarre, because for 35 quid you may get nothing but a machine-crafted plastic sprue making a single 28mm miniature. But yep, we (including myself) are buying it anyway. That’s the behaviour of addicts.

  • Chet Atkinson

    Identical pose Allarus mins – and people thought I was overreacting when I said a while back that single-monopose mins were going to be the norm. Come on GW – you have the technology and expertise to build decent minis where you can at least put the arms and legs into different positions without us having to chops them up and add green stuff etc. Well at least you do sell us the tools to do all those conversions… funny that. Almost as if they want us to have to do extra work and buy the extra equipment

  • Ultra-marine1968

    Insane prices for single man sized mono-pose plastic miniature. I know they are characters but 10 years ago you bought 1 and a half squad with options for that money !!!