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Dark Vengeance & Sector Imperialis Arrive!

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Jul 18 2014

The updated 40K Starter Set and Realm of Battle board are unveiled!  Take a look!

Dark Vengeance $110

It contains 49 snap-fit plastic miniatures that make two unique forces: Dark Angels and their hated foes the Chaos Space Marines of the Crimson Slaughter. It also contains a small-format paperback edition of Warhammer 40,000: The Rules, along with a complete assembly guide, a quick-play reference guide, a datasheet for the Chaos Space Marine Aspiring Champion and an army roster sheet. There are also dice, templates, and a how-to-play booklet that includes six scenarios to enact on the tabletop.

The Dark Angel force boasts a Company Master armed with bolt pistol, power sword and combi-weapon, a Librarian who carries a bolt pistol and force sword, a ten-man Tactical Squad, a five-man Deathwing Terminator Squad and a three-man Ravenwing Bike Squadron.


Opposing the Dark Angels is the Crimson Slaughter. The Chaos Space Marine force includes a Chaos Lord – armed with power sword and plasma pistol; a Helbrute, armed with multi-melta and power fist, an Aspiring Champion and six Chosen. They stand alongside twenty Chaos Cultists who carry a combination of ranged weapons such as autoguns and close-combat weapons.

Realm of Battle: Sector Imperialis $330

The Realm of Battle: Sector Imperialis gaming board is a high quality, plastic, modular gaming surface for Warhammer 40,000. Made from the same plastic as your Citadel miniatures, each of the six 2’ x 2’ tile sections can be painted in exactly the same way as the rest of your miniature collection.

There are two tile designs in the set, three of each, which are inspired by the war torn streets of an Imperial city. They can be arranged in any number of different ways to produce an almost endless variety of combinations, with streets large enough to accommodate a Baneblade (see image gallery above). The Realm of Battle: Sector Imperialis gaming board is supplied with its own carry-bag so that is it portable and easy to store.


Realm of Battle: Ultima Quadrant $825

The Realm of Battle: Ultima Quadrant set includes the Sector Imperialis gameboard which is a high quality, plastic, modular gaming surface for Warhammer 40,000 plus two Imperial Sector scenery sets (each of which includes a Sanctum Imperialis, Manufactorum and a Basilica Administratum). Plus a Shrine of the Aquila, two sets of Quake Cannon Craters, a Fortress of Redemption, a Skyshield Landing Pad, two Imperial Bastions and a Honoured Imperium.

Badrukk’s Flash Gitz $130

This set contains: 1 Kaptin Badrukk made in Citadel Finecast, 10 multi-part plastic Flash Gitz and 6 Citadel Finecast Ammo Runts, four of which are brand new to this set.

Da Vulcha Skwad $85


This set contains Boss Zagstruk in Citadel FInecast and 15 multi-part plastic Stormboyz.

Ok, Those new ammo runts are pretty cute! I’m eagerly awaiting the first “all pirate all the time” Flashgitz army to show up.  Dark Vengeance’s facelift is fairly nice, with the new box, mini-rulebook and CSM Aspiring Champion.
~ Who’s getting what?

Author: Larry Vela
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