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AoS: Holiday Bundle-Deal Break-Down

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Nov 20 2017
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The holiday bundles are here! Get ready for the Age of Sigmar!

Check out these holiday bundles coming up for Age of Sigmar. Pre-ordering starts next week, so lemme break it–break it down for you. As we found out a little earlier, all the Christmas Battleforce deals are going to be $170. So let’s get started!

First up we have a Vanguard Brotherhood here for you.

Lord-Aquilor $40

Vanguard Palladors $60

Vanguard Raptors with Longstrike Crossbows and Aetherwings $35

2 x Gryph-hounds ($25 each) $50

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Vanguard Hunters $60

Full Price $245

Bundle Deal: $170

~ 30% Discount

Acolytes $50

Tzaangor Enlightened $35

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Tzaangor Skyfires $35

Tzaangor Shaman $35

2 x Tzaangors ($40 each) $80

Full Price: $235

Bundle Deal: $170

~ 27% Discount

Neferata, Mortarch of Blood $80

Morghast Archai $60

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Grave Guard $41.25

2 x Skeleton Warriors ($24.75 each) $49.50

Wight King with Baleful Tomb Blade $14.75

Full Price $245.50

Bundle Deal: $170

~ 30% Discount

Arkanaut Frigate $80

Grundstok Gunhauler $50

Skywardens $40

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Arkanaut Admiral $25

Arkanaut Company $45

MSRP $240

Bundle Deal: $170

~29% Discount

Now Stormcast Eternals and The Blade of the Blood Queen make for the best individual deals here, but all of these boxes come pretty close to one another. The Kharadron Overlords box doesn’t have a lot of miniatures, but then they have as many miniatures as there are discrete things to buy in the army, plus the Arkanaut Frigate is the thing you want anyway.

At any rate, that’s what the holidays have in store for the Age of Sigmar. If you’re a new player looking to get into the game, these boxes are a great place to start. The Blades of the Blood Queen in particular have some freaking sweet models, and those Morghast Archai will hit pretty hard at whatever they get in with. But I may be biased because I am terrified of skeletons and assume that, therefore, they must be the most powerful units in any game where they appear. This is objectively true, but some people just don’t realize that it’s true.

If you think I am wrong about the skeletons–there is one hiding inside of you whispering to you that it is nothing to be afraid of. Don’t listen to it! Bones are your mortal enemy.

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