Games Workshop’s new Duardin Fyreslayers are on a warpath – come see how much “Ur-Gold” these cost!
Games Workshop’s latest Age of Sigmar offerings are pretty hot to trot! The Fyreslayers have a great new look – but let’s see the damage they cause…to your wallet!
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Auric Runemaster $30
Essential to the operation of a lodge, Auric Runemasters serve a number of purposes. As high priests of the forge-temple, they craft the ur-gold runes that are hammered into the flesh of the Fyreslayers, giving them the power of Grimnir. Auric Runemasters are attuned to this power like no other, and can sense shards of ur-gold with an unmatched keenness – legends tell of Runemasters who could sense ur-gold located in other realms! Of course, their abilities extend far further than this sense – like all Fyreslayers, they have a prodigious talent and appetite for war, commanding flames with their forge-temple’s brazier; as they slam this brazier down upon the ground, the very battlefield itself cracks and splits, bathing the foe in scorching magma.
This multi-part plastic kit contains all the parts necessary to assemble one single-pose Auric Runemaster, armed with a runic iron and fyresteel throwing axes. He wields a brazier imbued with the power of his lodge’s forge, adorned with intricate duardin carvings, and he features numerous ur-gold runes hammered into his flesh. Ten components in total, with one Citadel 32mm Round base.
Known across the Realms for their prowess in battle and absolute lack of fear when faced with enemies that tower over their stout forms, Vulkite Berzerkers are rightly feared by their enemies. Born from a foundation of ancient tradition that stubbornly clings to martial pride, these dauntless warriors make up the bulk of a lodge’s force when marching to war. Roaring promises of violent demise at the enemy, these fighters live up to their name – a blaze of axes and ur-gold runes, legends are told of Vulkite Berzerkers ignoring wounds that would fell any lesser Fyreslayer, refusing to accept death in front of their kin.
Those who carry the Horn of Grimnir are said to wield the booming voice of Grimnir himself – as the horn sounds its sonorous call, the ur-gold runes hammered into every Fyreslayer on the battlefield glow ever brighter, as the spirit of their god stirs within…
This multi-part plastic kit contains all the components necessary to assemble 10 Vulkite Berzerkers, determined and strong warriors of the Fyreslayers. They come with an impressive selection of weaponry – fyresteel handaxes, war-picks and bladed slingshields – and feature ur-gold runes hammered into their skin. One model can be assembled carrying a Horn of Grimnir, and one warrior can be assembled as a Karl, with ornate fyresteel handaxe or war-pick and his own head options. The kit comes with a whole load of extra ornate runes and keys with which to decorate your Fyreslayers.
This kit contains seventy-four components in total, and includes 10 Citadel 32mm Round bases.
Incredibly powerful elite warriors, possibly the strongest in their lodges, the Hearthguard Berzerkers are the first to heed the call of Fyreslayers’ battle horns. Filled with fiery determination, glowing with the ur-gold runes hammered into their flesh, they are eager to unleash the full fury of the Fyreslayers onto a hapless foe. Protectors of the Runefather and his sons, these relentless warriors swing their flamestrike poleaxes in massive arcs, puncturing even the strongest armour of Chaos – the attached heavy chain and flaming brazier increases the lethality of their determined assault.
This multi-part plastic kit gives you the components necessary to build five Hearthguard Berzerkers, clutching double-handed berzerker broadaxes and fyresteel throwing axes. Clad in minimal armour with ur-gold runes hammered into their flesh, sporting immense beards and mohawks poking through their ornate drake helms. They can optionally bear a double-handed flamestrike poleaxe, and one model can be assembled as a Karl, the unit’s leader, featuring a special crest and modifications to his axe.
Elite, trusted custodians of a lodge’s magma-vault, Auric Hearthguard have the honour of protecting the ur-gold earned by their brothers – and therefore guarding the spirit of Grimnir himself. They carry magmapikes; magical weapons crafted in the heart of the forge-temple, able to spew forth bolts of devastatingly hot liquid rock that sear flesh, melt armour and ignite the very air, such is their blazing heat. Enemies who survive this initial attack find themselves restricted and unable to move as the magma cools and solidifies – the Auric Hearthguard then close in and end the suffering with their bladed horns.
This multi-part plastic kit gives you the components necessary to build five Auric Hearthguard, armed with magmapikes and fyresteel throwing axes. Clad in minimal armour with ur-gold runes hammered into their flesh, they sport immense beards and feature mohawks poking through their ornate drake helms. One model can be assembled as a Karl, the unit’s leader, featuring a special crest and modifications to his magmapike.
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A battered and broken force of Stormcast Eternals, a sly and treacherous vampire, and the Supreme Lord of the Undead himself… not the start of a joke, but the situation here. And what happens certainly isn’t funny for the Hallowed Knights…
Written by Josh Reynolds
After centuries of peace, the Imperium is thrown into panic as human worlds everywhere are menaced by orks. In a relentless tide of slaughter, ork attack-moons destroy planet after planet with gravity weapons of unstoppable power. On Terra, the High Lords are paralysed by the scale of the threat, and fail to take any effective action. With entire Space Marine Chapters missing, or known to have been wiped out, does anyone have the will and the power to rise to the Imperium’s defence?
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It’s a snapshot of the battles that rage across the Imperium as the orks attack in force. It also continues the story of the High Lords as they try to hold the Imperium together… as long as it suits their own interests, of course. And it introduces characters who’re going to be very important to the future of the series… if they survive the battles to come.
Written by Rob Sanders. Book 2 in The Beast Arises series.
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The master of stealth and rapid strikes, Corvus Corax wields the XII Legion with precision and guile. The Primarch of the Raven Guard presents a striking countenance with his alabaster skin and stark, black eyes. His sable armour is edged with fine, golden filigree and upon his back is mounted a jet pack formed into a pair of articulated pinions that he wields as a murderous, bloody-edged cutting weapon.
Like most of the Primarchs, Corax is blessed of an extensive armoury of artificer-wrought weapons but those he most often bears to war are a pair of metre-long lightning claws and a coiled whip at his belt. Though few even amongst his sons know of it, Corax is blessed with the ability to pass unnoticed should he will it, this preternatural ability allowing him to slip from the perception of his enemies even when standing in plain view.
Corvus Corax, Primarch of the Raven Guard is part of The Horus Heresy Character Series. His panoply of weapons includes an archaeotech pistol and a pair of unique lightning claws, with a holstered archaeotech pistol and a coiled whip at his belt. His unique armour and flight pack are extensively detailed. Corax is depicted landing among battlefield ruins and his detachable scenic base features an enemy Legionnaire being executed by the Raven Lord.
This is a complete, multi-part resin kit. It includes a 40mm gaming base and 60mm scenic base. It is presented in a black Horus Heresy Character Series box.
The Dark Fury Assault squads are the executioners of the Raven Guard, conducting focused decapitation strikes on enemy leaders whilst the carnage of battle rages around them. Far from subtle assassins striking unseen from the shadows, Dark Fury squads descend from great heights upon the silenced retro thrusters of their jump packs, into the very midst of their foe.
Dark Fury Assault squads are equipped with vicious lightning claws and ornate jump packs fashioned after those carried by their Primarch, Corvus Corax. The squad’s leader, the Chooser of the Slain, wields exquisite and deadly Raven’s Talons, artfully and individually crafted lighting claws.
This is a complete, multi-part resin kit that builds five models. It includes five helmeted heads plus an additional helmeted head and an unhelmeted head as options for the Chooser of the Slain. Five 32mm round bases are also included.
Descending on the enemy with murderous fury, Corvus Corax enters the battle supported by Dark Fury Assault Squads, to strike at his foe’s commanders and elite. With their jump packs and lightning claws fashioned after those carried by their Primarch, the Dark Fury Assault Squads compliment Corax in both form and function.
This bundle includes Corvus Corax, Primarch of the Raven Guard and one Dark Fury Assault Squad. These are complete, multi-part resin kits that will build six models in total.
Not a bad week for Games Workshop and Forgeworld releases! Duardin get a lot of attention and Corax & Co. are pretty great looking with the jump packs. Speaking of… anyone else want to be able to order just the single engine jump pack units from these models?
What’s your favorite unit from this weeks release? Let us know in the comments below!