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Bundle Up With These Christmas Deals From GW

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Nov 3 2017
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Take a look at these special holiday bundles from GW. Ho-ho-ho now I have an Astra Militarum Battlegroup.

Spoiler alert, there will be some holiday shopping bundles from GW. Take a look at what’s coming for the worlds of Warhammer 40K and the Age of Sigmar.

Spotted over on the Well of Eternity’s Facebook Page, a preview of the upcoming Christmas bundles from what looks to be a White Dwarf–though it’s not one I’ve seen before. Which, admittedly, isn’t saying all that much–I’ve only seen about three non-stellar White Dwarves in person. If we count the stars, then that number goes up by at least 1 (probably more, I’m not the best at astronomy). At any rate, here’s a look at the bundles:

Seven Boxed Sets, each coming in at $170–seems like it could be a great way to give your army that shot in the arm you keep saying they need so that you don’t feel so terrible about getting crushed for the third game in a row. Again.

Let’s start with what is empirically proven to be the best faction in 40K: The Tau. They have a bundle that looks like it includes:

A Ghostkeel

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Two Stealth Suit Squads

Three Crisis Suits

A Coldstar Commander

All of which comes out to about $254 dollars if you purchase the models individually.

The Astra Militarum box we’re a little fuzzier on, but it looks like a variant of the Cadian Defence Force (RIP), modified to include Ogryns among other things–we can’t really make out the rest, but it’s 31 models of Astra Militarum, which means the whole thing probably costs 300 points.

As far as the Ork Speed Kult box goes:

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It looks like you get

Three Bikers

A Battlewagon

An Ork Mek or a Meganob

Stormboyz

And then maybe a Trukk–it’s hard to tell what’s in that one. I guess we’ll know soon enough one way or the other but I’ll put the question to you:

What would you want to see in the box?

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