Next Week’s Age of Sigmar Products & Prices CONFIRMED


This week the Daughters of Khaine bring more bloody minis to the Mortal Realms. Get your wallet ready!

Daughters of Khaine get some slithering reinforcements this week, and some new ruins are uncovered to enhance your games!

Age of Sigmar


Blood Sisters – Blood Stalkers $50

Khinerai Heartrenders – Lifetakers: $45


Azyrite Ruins: $30

Blasted Hallowheart: $80

Black Library



Nagash the Undying King (Hardback) $19

Since the dark days of the Great Awakening, the scattered remnants of humanity have clung to a bleak existence, surviving howsoever they can, no matter what the cost. Tamra, a voivode of the Rictus clans, fights one last, desperate battle for the survival of her tribe, the Drak. Now her people face their most relentless enemy ever – the lumbering minions of the Plague God. Where is their lord Nagash, the Undying King, when his people need him most? As the gods and their servants vie for power in the Mortal Realms, Tamra is drawn into a deadly game between life and death, as beings long thought gone start to exert their powers once again.

Written by Josh Reynolds

~ Snakes, why did it have to snakes!

  • dave long island

    ‘Snakes, why did it have to snakes!’ Indeed. “To snakes, or not to snakes. That is the question”… lol

  • JPMcMillen

    I figured the Blood Sisters would be around $50, especially since they do look a lot bigger than your average Elf (are those 40mm bases?). Shame the witches couldn’t have be re-released at a similar price point.

    • dave long island

      Well the snake bodies on em make em look kinda hippy… So, yknow… therefore the price break… lol

      • JPMcMillen

        Nothing wrong with that. ; )

        Also, the Azyrite Ruins actually seem somewhat reasonably priced.

  • Gotta get me some more ruins. I think after I get these ruins painted up with my middle earth ruins and the older AOS ruins that I can do a sweet ruined 8×4

    • orionburn III

      The price point ain’t too shabby. Thinking of getting this and using the little bits as terrain for Shadespire.

  • DoctorBored

    I’m sooooo glad the snake girls weren’t more than 50. Same with the harpies. If they were 60+… man, I don’t think this army would take off.

    • JPMcMillen

      But how many are you getting for $45? I’m guessing 5 because of those wings.

      • DoctorBored

        Yeah both boxes are 5 models in each. C’est la vie. I care more for the snake ladies though. I really want to try that scroll that’s 2 units of each of the snake ladies and the medusa for some extra mortal wound shenanigans.

        • JPMcMillen

          Well, I’m sometimes thinking of uses outside GW’s games for some of their mini’s.

          • DoctorBored

            Oh yeah, I totally get you. There’s definitely a lot of awesome bits in that kit. The wings alone could add a lot of flavor to many other kinds of units, like Chaos HQ’s with jump packs, Possessed, Raptors, or brought over to Dark Eldar Scourges or other things. 😀

          • JPMcMillen

            I’m thinking other games altogether, in particular Kings of War. The blood sisters would make a cool alternate centaur mini. Especially because their rules for basing and model count in units means I could stretch them to get more units out of them.

            For a centaur troop you need 3-5 models on a 125mm x 50mm base. Given those minis are already designed for 40mm bases, 3 of them should take up a good amount of that base. So 2 boxes would make 3 troops with one left over for a hero unit.

  • benvoliothefirst

    Where did the Nagash novel come from? I don’t recognize it. If it’s new then I’m all over it!

    • Mathew G. Smith

      It was originally a Warhammer World exclusive, finally getting general release.

      I recommend it. It’s very much in Josh Reynolds’ signature style, which I personally love but bothers some people.

      • ellobouk

        Yeah, I picked it up last week, haven’t put it down since. Very good Death book

        • Kefka

          Excuse me? It’s clearly a Nurgle book, with the tragic heroes of the Order of the Fly!

      • Chet Atkinson

        What is Josh Reynolds signature style and why does it annoy some people? I’ve not ready any of his work yet

        • Mathew G. Smith

          It’s much more humorous than most Black Library stuff, and he packs everything full of little side references and obscure lore elements. He also tends to have lots and lots of viewpoint characters on all sides with distinct personalities and individual goals instead of focusing on anybody in particular, and even momentous events end up with kind of an unfocused feel as a result of seeing them from all sides. For instance, calling this one a Nurgle book as much as a Death book isn’t even a stretch.

  • becizzle

    Those minis are so great and the game is so trash. Ugh. Oh well. Sorry AOS lovers, this would have been the army to get me into the game but I just don’t have that much fun with AOS.

    • Dooms Day

      When was the last time you played AoS? because honestly, the game is in a really good state right now, In my opinion of course.

      • Matthew Pomeroy

        a game being a raging PoS and being fun are not mutually exclusive though (Carnage by Holistic and Grendels leviathan being great examples) I think AoS is just one step above rancid garbage for rules but it can also be a lot of fun at times as well.

    • Simon Chatterley

      I once thought as you do. But I let the past world go and embraced it when the Kharadron Overlords came out.

      Can’t say it was a bad decision, thoroughly enjoy it. In fact I gave a training game to a new guy last night and he loved it as well.

    • Ghachii

      Thank you for sharing this important and fascinating insight into the day-to-day thoughts that occupy the mind of some random guy on a forum.

    • rhoadesd20

      AoS isn’t my favorite game. My favorite ever was Fantasy Battles, so self admittance that there could be some biasness clouding my thoughts. However, where I enjoy the game is the variety of missions. Every book has different ones (even the battletomes have themed missions you can do). That’s where I have fun with the game.

      However, I have never (and probably never will) played it in a tournament setting, so I don’t know how they treat their missions/battleplans.

      So my advice is to maybe get a small force of the Daughters, if you like them a bit, then play through a lot of the various missions, if you still don’t enjoy it then no harm in offloading those minis you bought, there will surely be a market for them 🙂

  • Hmm…So 4 boxes (2 Melusai and 2 Khinari) with a Bloodcoven box makes the start of a force

    • DoctorBored

      Yep, and double that and you’ve got like 3 different warscrolls that you’ll have right off the bat.

  • Fergie0044

    Well there is an old rumour pic confirmed now – the little snake dragon thing on the snake lady’s arm.

    • orionburn III

      I read somewhere that it’s the oldest rumor out there (out of all the unresolved rumors). IIRC that rumor came out in March of 2017. That’s kinda crazy to think how long those have been in development.

      • Kefka

        A year? That’s not that long.

        • orionburn III

          Might have been longer. My point was that it’s been a year since the rumor came out. When you factor in the time to originally develop the model, then the molds, then actually produce one that adds some serious time to it. People think they can just crank out plastic sisters in a few weeks and that’s not how it all works.

          • EnTyme

            I read somewhere that these were originally supposed to be released last summer, but they were pushed back to focus on the 8th Ed. launch. Makes sense to me.

          • orionburn III

            Would make total sense. Much better to tie it in with the current campaign to breathe some new life into AoS. After finishing up a couple 40k projects I’m going to dive back into AoS and give it another go.

  • karl

    I find it hilarious that people feel relieved when GW prices are not egregious but simply ridiculous

  • euansmith

    The little hand dragon looks a bit sadly 2D. A pair of separate wings could have made it look a bit less like an afterthought.

  • COsteve

    I feel like someone along the line in that novel’s chain of production should have pointed out there’s already a Clan Rictus, and it isn’t human.