The treacherous Archmagos Draykavac had a fearsome reputation throughout the Imperium, thinking nothing of sacrificing thousands of lives to further his knowledge and understanding of the arcane arts of the Omnissiah. When the Horus Heresy broke out, Draykavac revealed his dark allegiance to Warmaster Horus, his loyalty bought with the promise of access to technologies long forbidden by the Emperor.The latest in our Horus Heresy Character Series, this model also comes with an alternate head that can be used to represent a Magos Prime and an Abeyant to lead any Mechanicum force. The model includes weapon options for the Abeyant: graviton gun, conversion beamer, rotor cannon and meltagun.
Triaros Armoured Conveyor £85.00
The Triaros is the primary armoured battlefield transport of the Mechanicum Taghmata during the era of the Great Crusade and the Horus Heresy. Eschewing the more commonplace STC designs, it relies on a number of unique technologies held as arcana by the Magos Autokrator and never divulged for wider Imperial use, even by the Legiones Astartes.
Designed for use in hostile environments, it incorporates multiple galvanic traction drives and its defences are comprised not merely of brute armour, but layered techno-cant wardings and interlocking energy shields, particularly around its seemingly exposed control dais, as well as independently animated weapons servitors.
Designed by Stuart Williamson, the Triaros Armoured Conveyer is a complete multi-part resin kit and is available to pre-order now for despatch from Friday 26th September.
SPACE HULK IS HERE!
Space Hulk is back and better than ever!
Space Hulk $125
Games of Space Hulk are played on a gaming area made up of high-quality card tiles which fit together to create the cramped confines of the Space Hulk. Each of the 16 missions included in the boxed game uses a different set-up, or alternatively you can assemble the pieces in any way you like and create your own bespoke games.
The rules to play the game and 16 missions (4 that are brand new) are all contained within two full colour booklets: the Rulebook and Mission Book. There are also 35 plastic Citadel miniatures, including: 11 Blood Angels Space Marine Terminators, 1 Blood Angels Space Marine Librarian in Terminator armour, 22 Genestealers, and 1 Broodlord. Also included are three plastic mission objectives models: a dead Space Marine on throne, a Blood Angels artefact and a Cyber-Altered Task Unit.
In addition to the booklets and miniatures, you will receive a set of high-quality card tiles that make up the gaming board. Included are: 110 gaming counters, 77 corridor and room sections, 2 new boarding torpedoes , a brand new turbo-lift, 20 doors with plastic stands, 1 mission status display, a sand timer and 5 dice.
Then the big surprise for all you other Space Marine chapters. A set of three digital releases with rules and missions for playing Space Hulk with the Ultramarines, Dark Angels and Space Wolves!
Duty and Honour is an exciting expansion for the Space Hulk board game that allows players to field the peerless warriors of the Ultramarines 1st Company. It follows the boarding action and purge of the space hulk Hunter of the Void. In this expansion you will find rules for the weapons and wargear of the Ultramarines 1st Company, including cyclone missile launchers, as well as guidelines for making up your own custom Space Hulk missions.
Bringer of Sorrow is an exciting expansion for the Space Hulk board game that allows players to field the legendary Deathwing. It recounts the perilous campaign to destroy the space hulk designated Bringer of Sorrow in a race against time before it reaches the hive world of Corinthe. In this expansion you will find rules for the unique weapons and wargear of the Deathwing, including plasma cannons and halberds of Caliban, as well as guidelines for making up your own custom Space Hulk missions.
Return to Kalidus is an action-packed expansion for the Space Hulk board game that allows players to field mighty Wolf Guard Terminators. It charts the mission to deactivate the Scion of Darkness’ potent void shields, and bring about its annihilation. In this expansion you will find rules for the unique weapons and wargear of the Wolf Guard, including frost axes and Wolf Guard Pack Leaders, as well as guidelines for making up your own custom Space Hulk missions.
PLANETSTRIKE GOES DIGITAL!
Planetstrike was penned by Phil Kelly in 2008 and is getting the digital treatment in a new version all set up for 7th Edition THIS WEEKEND! Here’s the details from Black Library:
Skies burn and worlds fall as the armies of the 41st Millennium wage war across the void. Out of the vast galactic darkness armadas of battleships bring destruction to far-flung worlds. From their steel bellies legions of assault troops hurtle down into orbit to meet the withering fire of ranks of grim-faced defenders. The warriors of the Imperium have learned well the lessons of planetary assault, for the sprawling Empire of Mankind is nothing more than a million worlds alone in the darkness. Each one must be a fortress against the void, lest alien warlords and renegade generals claim them for their own. Only the vigilant can hope to survive the constant threat of invasion, their gaze ever turned toward to skies, ready for war.
About this expansion
Warhammer 40,000: Planetstrike provides players with a host of new rules for bringing the chaos and carnage of planetary invasions to the Warhammer 40,000 tabletop. Inside its pages is an array of information, from Planetstrike Detachments and Warlord Traits to unique stratagems and missions based around the conquest of worlds. These can be used alongside your codex to forge your army into a mighty invasion force or an armoured wall of stalwart defenders. The fate of worlds is yours for the taking!
There are pics in there with modern victory conditions like “Slay the Warlord” that did not appear in the original, so it’s got some new stuff in there.
DARK ELDAR RUMORS CONTINUE
Dark Eldar whispers are starting to gel into a pattern.
Look for two main weeks of Dark Eldar Releases followed by a possible trailing third week to clean up the odds and ends and possible be shared with the start of the End Times Chaos launch window:
Week 1: Haemonculi / Wracks (Sept 20th pre-orders)
Week 2: Voidraven / Vect-dias / possible 3rd unknown mini (Sept 27th pre-orders)
Plus these mixed in:
-Codex (plus limited edition)
-Supplemental codex (“Wyches”?)
-Painting Guide (“Covens”?)
And compare that to the previous sets of scuttlebutt:
And there is chatter of the Void Raven having a price of $81 (an old rumor from June).