Do you need more terrain? This weekend is for you! Games Workshop has some new bundles to help you bulk-up your wargaming tables. Plus all the paint and tools you’ll need to get the job done right!
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A detailed, striking scenery set, the Derelict Factorum is a modular plastic kit entirely compatible with others across the Sector Imperialis and Sector Mechanicus ranges. Combine as many kits as you like to create enormous, evocative multilevel environments perfect for games of Warhammer 40,000!
Battered and broken by countless centuries of gruelling conflict, the Sectors Mechanicus nonetheless stand tall as a testament to Humanity’s expansion across the galaxy. Each Sector provides a huge variety of cover and high ground for squads of warriors to battle over.
The kit is comprised of 6 frames of plastic components:
– 2 frames of wall sections, each containing 3 windowed wall sections – 1 double width and 2 half-width – with pillars and capstones for each wall;
– 1 frame of ruins and floors, containing 1 ruined corner piece section, 3 sections of broken floor, 1 section of unbroken floor, 1 small broken column, 4 small broken floor sections, 1 top piece, 2 support arches, 2 lamps which plug into the underside of the floor sections and 1 small circular lamp;
– 1 frame of chimney parts, containing 1 large chimney stack, 2 smaller stacks, and a selection of caps for each;
– 1 frame of silo parts, containing a large cylindrical silo with a detailed vent cap, external door and manhole cover;
– 1 frame of ruins, complete with 3 floor sections, an industrial boiler and a small chimney stack (with cap), along with 3 broken gantries.
Assemble a war-torn Imperial city on your tabletop with this scenery bundle. Included:
– A Realm of Battle: Sector Imperialis – a set of 6 plastic tiles, each measuring 2’ by 2’, this is a modular gaming surface for Warhammer 40,000 that recalls the shattered streets of an Imperial city.
– A Sector Mechanicus: Thermic Plasma Nexus – this is a set of plastic scenery designed to evoke a vast network of electrical regulators, conduits and reactors. It comprises a Ferratonic Furnace, a Thermic Plasma Regulator, a Haemotrope Reactor and 5 sets of Thermic Plasma Conduits which can be combined to assemble multi-level environments for your miniatures to battle over.
A strikingly detailed scenery set, the Munitorum Munitions Hub is a modular plastic kit entirely compatible with others across the Sector Imperialis and Sector Mechanicus ranges. Combine as many kits as you like to create enormous, evocative multilevel environments to battle over!
This set provides you with a selection of scenery pieces which are ideal for use as linear obstacles, providing cover for miniatures during battles or simply evoking a lived-in, industrial feel to your gaming table. It includes:
– 2 sets of Galvanic Servohaulers: each of these sets includes 2 haulers and a large crane. These kits feature grabbers, winches and engine blocks, and can accommodate a Munitorum Armoured Container on their flatbeds;
– 10 Munitorum Armoured Containers: large shipping containers which can be modelled with their doors either open or closed, each of these features an optional, watchful storm bolter!
– A huge selection of promethium barrels and ammunition crates – no fewer than 30 barrels and 40 (count ‘em!) crates – perfect for dotting around your gaming table, and they make great objective markers, too.
A detailed, striking scenery set, the Thermic Plasma Nexus is a modular plastic kit entirely compatible with others across the Sector Imperialis and Sector Mechanicus ranges. Combine as many kits as you like to create enormous, evocative multilevel environments battle over!
A vast network of regulators, conduits and reactors, the Thermic Plasma Nexus can be used as cover by the brave (or foolish) – it has an alarming tendency to leak its meltingly-hot cargo when hit by stray gunfire…
The kit is comprised of several sets of plastic components:
– A Ferratonic Furnace: this is a large silo possibly filled with unmentionable caustic chemicals, toxic waste or items too sinister to dwell upon. It’s built from 2 frames, one frame for the silo itself, and one full of platforms and walkways to be modelled around the structure. The Furnace includes lots of extras for adding detail – pipes, chains and winches, which can be clipped into place wherever you like using the plug-in holes beneath the gantries;
– A Thermic Plasma Regulator: covered in Mechanicus details, the main body of the Regulator features a platform and guardrail, allowing your miniatures to attack from a higher vantage point;
– A Haemotrope Reactor: this barely-understood piece of Mechanicus technology acts as a plasma amplifier, and is covered in pipes, cables and a grim-looking skull;
– 5 sets of Thermic Plasma Conduits: this is a massive array of components used to link together the larger pieces of the kit in whichever way you choose. It includes: 30 pipes;
10 control points; 20 plasma fusion batteries that can be fitted into the control points; 60 braces for the pipes; 10 short, broken pipe sections; 20 short, curved pipe sections and 10 short end pipes.
A detailed, striking scenery set, the Imperial Sector is a modular plastic kit entirely compatible with others across the Sector Imperialis and Sector Mechanicus ranges. Combine as many kits as you like to create enormous, evocative multilevel environments perfect for games of Warhammer 40,000!
Battered and broken by countless centuries of gruelling conflict, the Imperial Sectors nonetheless stand tall as a testament to Humanity’s expansion across the galaxy. Each Imperial Sector provides a huge variety of cover and high ground for squads of warriors to battle over.
The kit is comprised of 10 frames of plastic components:
– 4 frames of wall sections, each containing 3 windowed wall sections – 1 double width and 2 half-width – with pillars and capstones for each wall;
– 3 frames of ruins and floors, each containing 1 ruined corner piece section, 3 sections of broken floor, 1 section of unbroken floor, 1 small broken column, 4 small broken floor sections, 1 top piece, 2 support arches, 2 lamps which plug into the underside of the floor sections and 1 small circular lamp;
– 3 frames of ruined Sector Imperialis buildings, each making 3 sections of ruins featuring shattered window sections, broken columns and pipework.
Easily add scenery to your games of Warhammer Age of Sigmar with this large, great value set of plastic components, entirely compatible with the Azyrite Ruins scenery sets. It includes 8 (count ‘em!) frames of Azyrite Ruins scenery along with a set of Shattered Dominion Objectives, providing everything you need to build a grim abandoned township for your miniatures to battle over. Included in the set:
– 8 frames of push-fit Azyrite Ruins scenery, requiring no glue to slot together in whatever configuration you wish. These frames feature enough components to assemble 20 large sections of ruined, crumbling wall, a further 4 small ruined walls, 4 padlocked grills and 8 padlocked chests – these are decorated with sigmarite comets, hinting at possible treasures within;
– A set of 7 Shattered Dominion Objectives, each evoking the constant state of conflict found in the Mortal Realms. These are detailed plastic miniatures that can be used as objective markers or simply to make your gaming table that little bit more atmospheric. Included:
– Hallowed Tomb: an ancient burial place for a fallen warrior;
– Trove of Arcane Glory: a collection of magical loot such as books, scrolls and a sextant;
– Soul Stone: a floating stone, tethered to the ground by 3 chains, its surface is adorned with grinning skulls attempting to break through;
– The Realm’s Ransom: a chest filled with coins (some of which have spilled out onto the ground), goblets, jewels and a lantern. The lid of the chest can be modelled open or closed;
– Ensorcelled Armoury: an impressive pile of shields, swords, hammers and axes;
– Iconoclast Axe: a large fallen statue’s head, with a double-headed axe, which can either be modelled embedded in the head or left as a separate piece;
– Realmvault Key: a mysterious device featuring an orrery with sigmarite comets orbiting a sun, attached to a winch pulling it from the ground.
Ghyran burgeons with all forms of life, from the most massive gighemoth to the tiniest parasitic spore. Known as the Jade Kingdoms, the realm’s people wildly in form and temperament. The endless cycle of life drew the eye of Nurgle, whose forces spread their foul taint across the realm during the Age of Chaos.
This set of plastic scenery allows you to recreate some of the verdant forests of Ghyran, the Realm of Life, on your gaming table. These are perfect for use when playing Warhammer Age of Sigmar games using Ghyran’s Realm of Battle rules, providing cover and breaking up line of sight – or they can simply be used to make your gaming table that little bit more atmospheric.
It contains 4 Citadel Wood sets – each of these is made up of 70 plastic components, which assemble 3 trees on a scenic base. A huge variety of branches and foliage is supplied in these sets – no 2 trees need look alike!
Easily add scenery to your games of Warhammer Age of Sigmar with this set of ruins, entirely compatible with the Azyrite Ruins scenery sets. It makes 3 sections of ruins, 2 of which feature raised floor sections, a corner piece, a broken pillar, and includes a padlocked chest. The longer sections of ruined wall can be joined together to make a single, longer section, the whole piece bedecked with detailed Sigmarite iconography, and the entire set is push-fit – no glue is required to assemble, meaning you can have this set on your gaming table almost immediately!
Designed for painters, by painters, the Citadel Painting Handle makes it much, much easier to hold your miniatures securely while painting them. It allows you to find the perfect angle from which to reach every part of your model while avoiding the hand cramps that can come from holding a base for a long time.
This XL edition features exactly the same ergonomically designed handle as the regular edition, but features a much more expandable, spring-loaded clamp mechanism able to tightly grip circular and oval Citadel bases between 50mm and 105mm in diameter.
Grasping the sturdy plastic handle rather than the base or miniature you’re painting means fewer mistakes from accidentally touching wet paint and can help you improve your painting all round!
The perfect tool to use when assembling some of our more complex miniatures, the Citadel Assembly Handle is designed to hold components securely in place while glue takes hold. Sometimes, a tiny component can require holding in place for several minutes as the glue dries – the soft, spring-loaded clamps found on this tool can be manipulated on their ball and socket joints into virtually any position, freeing up your hands to move onto clipping the next piece off its sprue ready for action. These clamps can be used to grip individual pieces as you pre-paint them, too!
The handle itself is exactly the same as our Citadel Painting Handle, and features a spring-loaded mechanism which accepts round bases up to 40mm and oval bases up to 60mm – once the glue has dried, just remove the clamps and use the handle to hold your miniature securely as you paint!
More than just a container holding water, the Citadel Water Pot has been designed by painters, for painters. Constructed from durable grey plastic, the base and inner side walls of the water pot have ribbed sections, whose textures have been chosen to clean brushes in the most effective manner. A canal at the top allows you to store bushes horizontally when not in use, and the sides feature tapered grooves – once you’ve cleaned your brush in the water, draw the bristles up through these grooves to restore a nice, fine point!
The water pot is 100mm wide at its base, and 90mm tall.
Okay – that Assembly tool is something I can get behind. Also, that Water Pot…it’s actually really smart design!