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GW: Next Week’s Prices & Products CONFIRMED

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Jan 18 2017


Fasten your seatbelts – the Changer of Ways and the Dark City have gifts for you. Prepare your wallet!

We are heading into late January and GW is throwing a little of the Grimdark and the 8 Realms at us.



Meet the Magister (but with a round base)


Age of Sigmar

This week the remaining mortal followers of Tzeentch arrive. Only the Daemons remain…

Tzeentch Arcanites: Tzaangor Shaman $35

Tzeentch Arcanites: Tzaangor (10) $40


Tzeentch Arcanites: Enlightened/Skyfires (3) $35

Tzeentch Arcanites: Magister $15



Warhammer 40,000

Gangs of Commorragh: $60

It’s all Dark Eldar all the time this week in the Grimdark.  If you have any interest in the Dark Eldar this box is an INSANE deal for the minis included. Full retail for the minis alone in this boxed game is $129!


Black Library



Virtues of the Sons/Sins of the Father $17.50

For more than two hundred years, the armies of the Emperor of Mankind fought to reconquer the galaxy – led by the superhuman primarchs, the Space Marine Legions brought countless worlds back under the rule of ancient Terra. Now Horus, once honoured Warmaster and favoured son of the Emperor, has been corrupted by the whispered promises of Chaos. At his command the Imperium is torn apart by a terrible and bloody civil war, the likes of which the galaxy has never seen…

Many and varied are the ancient traditions of Baal Secundus, home world of the IXth Legion, and foremost among these traditions is the Tempest of Angels. Intended to demonstrate skill in attack or defence, in recent times this symbolic duel has been used by the primarch Sanguinius to test his most loyal sons. Now, with the galaxy descending into madness and civil war, he must urge Azkaellon and Amit to put aside their rivalry and learn the lessons of both the past and shadowed future alike.

Virtues of the Sons by Andy Smillie – running time 37 minutes; performed by Toby Longworth, Jonathan Keeble, Steve Conlln

Sins of the Father by Andy Smillie – running time 13 minutes; performed by Toby Longworth, Jonathan Keeble & Steve Conlln

~Who’s picking up what?

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