Next Week’s Age of Sigmar & 40K Products & Prices CONFIRMED


This week a dark legend of the World That Was rises in the Mortal Realms! Get your wallet ready!

Morathi returns from lost Naggaroth, to the Mortal Realms with the Daughters of Khaine in tow!

Age of Sigmar

Morathai $130

Battletome: Daughters of Khaine: $40

Daughters of Khaine Warscroll Cards: $25

Daughters of Khaine Dice: $20

Warhammer 40,000


Ashes of Prospero (Paperback) $16

The grand halls of Fenris grow ever quieter following arduous campaigns. Concerned by his Chapter’s diminishing numbers, the Great Wolf Logan Grimnar entrusts Njal Stormcaller to uncover the remedy of their plight. When a 10,000-year-old enemy embeds itself in the Rune Priest’s mind, it claims the salvation he seeks lies where it all began. On Prospero. Alongside an eclectic company of injured Space Wolves, Thralls and a Trickster who is more hindrance than help, the Stormcaller sets forth. But it soon becomes apparent that greater mechanisms are at work. It is no longer only the Sons of Russ’ fate at stake, but the entire Imperium.

Eight Lamentations: Spear of Shadows (Paperback) $16

Book 1 of the Eight Lamentations trilogy

Eight mighty artefacts, crafted by the dark servants of Chaos, blight the Mortal Realms. The Ruinous Powers hunt them – and so do a group of heroes, chosen by Grungni for this dangerous and essential task.

In the beginning, there was fire. And from fire came eight weapons of terrible power, honed to a killing edge by the chosen weaponsmiths of Khorne. Now, as the Mortal Realms echo with the thunder of war, the great powers hunt the eight wherever they might be found – whatever the cost. In a city of prophecy and secrets, Grungni, smith-god of the duardin, gathers together a group of mortal warriors from across the realms in order to seek the first of the eight. But they are not alone in their quest; agents of the Ruinous Powers want the weapon for themselves. Now the race is on, as man, duardin and daemon alike seek to claim the Spear of Shadows…

Cadia Stands (Paperback) $16

An Astra Militarum novel

The storm has broken and the forces of Chaos batter against Cadia’s defences. Lord Castellan Creed leads the defence of the fortress world, but for how much longer can they hold out. Cadia stands… but will it stand forever?

Under almost constant besiegement by the hosts pouring from the Eye of Terror, Cadia acts as a bulwark against tyranny and death. Its fortresses and armies have held back the hordes of Chaos for centuries, but that grim defiance is about to reach its end. As Abaddon’s Thirteenth Black Crusade batters Cadia’s defences, and armies of the Imperium flock to reinforce this crucial world, a terrible ritual long in the making comes to fruition and the delicate balance of this brutal war shifts… From the darkness, a hero rises to lead the beleaguered defenders, Lord Castellan Ursarkar Creed, but even with the armoured might of the Astra Militarum and the strength of the Adeptus Astartes, will it be enough to avert disaster and prevent the fall of Cadia? While Creed lives, there is hope. While there is breath in the body of a single defender, Cadia stands… but for how much longer?

~ I can’t wait for Eisenhorn’s rules!

  • Kritarion

    The Space Wolf book mentions a Trickster. I hope its Lukas

    • HeadHunter

      I don’t know of any others ever called by that name.

      • Bakvrad

        The changeling carries the staff of the trickster…

  • Kabal1te

    I wonder how many weeks the daughters of khaine release will drag out for. I am surprised to not see reboxed witch elves and doomfire warlocks in this week’s releases.

    • Randy Randalman

      “Drag out”? You mean like in year’s past where releases for one army took months?

      Chances are they will get 2-3 weeks total because other armies are on the way.

      • Kabal1te

        Well I am making an assumption that the dark eldar codex drops once this release is complete. The death guard models took 4 weeks to release not including the blight hauler, I don’t want to wait 4 more weeks for the dark eldar codex.

        • euansmith

          Maybe the Dark Eldar will feature the same kits, but with a 40k weapon’s upgrade kit, like the 40k Tzaangors? That could be cool.

          • Apocryphus

            I sure hope not, I don’t need a 6th 40k army…

    • Munn

      Probably not as long as they’ve managed to drag out the 17 million chaos releases they’ve had recently.

    • Shadowstrife

      That will probably come later. Witch Elves have already been reboxed I believe, but the Doomfires I am looking forward to.

      • bobrunnicles

        Be nice if any reboxing included a price drop (which isn’t as crazy as it sounds, it has happened in the past with legacy models).

        • dark-tadpole

          A price drop for the Witch Elves would be nice or include 20 models instead of 10, I would even be happy if they did this and increased the price to from £35 to £40.

      • EnTyme

        The Witch Elves weren’t reboxed. They were included in one of the Allies bundles with a Bloodwrack Throne, but they haven’t been reboxed one their own.

        • Shadowstrife

          Oh right. That was it.

    • orionburn III

      Outside of Morathai are they getting anything else new model wise? I can see it being a one and done release week for it.

      • dark-tadpole

        There getting the snake ladies and the winged ladies at least, so probably some reboxing of the old kits and at least two new ones.

    • Sleeplessknight

      They’re actually coming out at the same time, re-boxed with round bases. And at full price .

  • Randy Randalman

    That Morathi is WELL in the lead for model of the year 2018 already. No other company has done anything anywhere near that.

    • Brother Eldrian

      Which one? 😀

    • euansmith

      It is a nice mini. Less fussy than some of GW’s output; however, I think that GW is getting a lot of competition from other firms these days.

      Also, I guess it depends what people are looking for in their miniatures. Wyrd produce a bunch of stuff that really impresses me, though I know it isn’t to everyone’s tastes.

      • ZeeLobby

        Eh. Plenty of other stuff will outpace it by years end. Maybe even from GW itself. While I definitely like it a lot more than most other large and plastered stuff they put out, you can tell they still couldn’t resist adding a bit of gold to the wings, or the runes on the stomach. Lol. It’d be cool if they matched like a rune tattoo on her stomach or something, but maybe there’s background that explains them.

        That said none of this stops Randy from tooting GW’s horn and hating all others XD.

    • Apocryphus

      It’s only February, calm down. I like snake ladies as much as the next person who likes snake ladies, but saying model of the year is jumping the gun a bit.

  • Tim Lester

    That morathi model is cheaper than I thought it would be considering you get a Daemon primarch sized monster and the Sorcerer version in ine box. I was actually expecting at least $150.

    • EnTyme

      Do we know how big that mini actually is? I haven’t seen a size comparison yet. It looks like it may be on a 100mm base, in which case its WAY bigger than a Daemon Prince. Either way, I would be ordering that kit even if I didn’t plan to start a DoK army.

  • Shadowstrife

    I wonder when Spear of Shadows is getting a sequel? Eight Lamentations is a good story.

    • Jared Swenson

      I know it has 2 short stories centered around it. I havent read it yet, but I have the 2 shorts loaded when I get the book done.

  • euansmith

    “While Creed lives, there is hope. While there is breath in the body of a single defender, Cadia stands… but for how much longer?”

    Um… I’m sure I read a massive spoiler for this a few months ago.

    • HeadHunter

      Rosebud is the name of the sled.
      Keyser Soze is Verbal Kint.
      Titanic sinks at the end.
      Vader is Luke’s Father.
      Cadia falls.

      • euansmith

        His girlfriend’s head is in the box.

  • I was expecting $150 for Morathi.

    • EnTyme

      I think $130 is about right (at least by GW standards). Puts her right in line with Alarielle.

  • Jasko

    Really like that Morathi dual-model kit idea thingy. BUT – where do the additional pieces in her crown come from when she switches forms? Huh? Completely unrealistic!

    • orionburn III

      A lady transforms into a giant snake and the crown is the unrealistic part? 😀

      To that extent you can argue about where the armor on the wings comes from.

    • dark-tadpole

      The metal wings on her back probably melt and reform into her crown. That would look quite cool.

    • Jared Swenson

      It’s the hulk pants. Don’t even think about it.

  • mhtsaropinigitakis

    how did the artist managed to do female dark elf body(on the book)to look like a mans? were is her waist? her breast? lol..

    • Apocryphus

      That artist does that all the time. He seems to have a renaissance approach to painting figures (exclusively male models with juxtaposed female heads and breasts). Athletic women have a less curvy figure, but they still have a narrower shoulder breadth and wider hips than the male figure, and that Witch Elf has a very masculine figure.

      • euansmith

        Botticelli’s, “Two Egg-cups on an Ironing Board.”