New Age of Sigmar Stormcast Eternals, Nighthaunts & some Horus Heresy goodies are imminent – prepare your finances…
Here’s what’s headed your way this weekend according to numerous industry professionals: Hello Mortal Realms! Get ready for the continuing rollout of Age of Sigmar 2.0. We have already gotten the the Stormcast Eternal and Nighthaunts Battletomes and the initial set of miniatures. Now it’s itme for all the rest of the minis in the books. Get ready – it’s a LOT.
Age of Sigmar: Reikenor the Grimhailer $25
Age of Sigmar Dreadblade Harrows $40
Age of Sigmar Astreia Solbright $40
Age of Sigmar Celestar Ballista $25
Age of Sigmar Evocators (Multipart)$50
Age of Sigmar Paint Set – Stormcasts $35
Age of Sigmar Paintset – Nighthaunts $35
Age of Sigmar Paints & Tools $40
Age of Sigmar Tempests of Souls Set $80
Age of Sigmar Storm Strike Set $40
Age of Sigmar Getting Started Magazine $8
Start Collecting: Stormcast Eternals: Thunderstrike Brotherhood $85
Start Collecting Khorne Bloodbound: Goreblade Warband $85
Enforcer (Paperback) $21
The Adeptus Arbites are responsible for enforcing law and order across the vast reaches of the human Imperium. Newly promoted officer Shira Calpurnia is assigned to the fortresssystem of Hydraphur, home of the vast Imperial warfleets that dock, rearm and repair in an endless cycle of conflict. But Shira soon finds herself in the thick of the action as her investigations embroil her in the corruption behind multiple assassination attempts, the vicious greed over an ancient charter, and encounters with psykers and murderers. The Shira Calpurnia novels present a unique and original view of the Warhammer 40,00 universe from the pen of acclaimed science fiction author Matt Farrer.
Written by Matthew Farrer
Primarchs: Jaghatai Khan (Hardback) $19
Ever since the Imperium’s discovery of Chogoris, the White Scars’ culture of warrior mysticism has sat uneasily with the ideals of Unity. As the Crusade burns across the stars, their enigmatic primarch Jaghatai Khan fights to preserve their distinctiveness amid a galaxy where cold rationality holds sway. Despite his selfimposed isolation, others in the brotherhood of primarchs seek to draw him into the greatest ideological battle of them all – the place of psychic power within the Legions. As the librarius project is born, and opposition to it grows, the Khan must decide where his greatest allegiance lies – to the Imperial Truth, or to his own heritage.
Written by Chris Wraight
Castellan (Paperback) $16
For more than a century, Garran Crowe has served as Castellan of the Grey Knights, protecting the Imperium against the foulest daemons, and holding prisoner in his grasp the monstrous Black Blade of Antwyr. Now he is tested as never before when the planet he and his strike force are fighting on, Sandava III, is swallowed by the mighty warp storm known as the Cicatrix Maledictum. But their struggle for survival is only just beginning, for when the Grey Knights return to a transformed Imperium, they discover that the fate of Sandava III is just one part of a monstrous danger. Crowe must fight an enemy whose patiently laid plans have at last come to fruition, threatening the Imperium with inconceivable destruction.
Written by David Annandale
Sons of the Hydra (Paperback) $16
In the hostile universe of the 41st millennium, where allegiances are ever fickle, few of the Emperor’s sons are more difficult to understand or predict than the Alpha Legion. Branded traitor since the Heresy, their motives and actions have always been shrouded in mystery. Alpha Legionnaire Occam the Untrue leads his warband out of its hunting grounds in the Maelstrom on an epic quest for salvation, not just for himself, but for his whole Legion. With the forces of the Inquisition snapping at their heels, Occam and his followers must use all their guile and considerable martial prowess as they make their way to the cold heart of the galaxy, to a confrontation that no one, least of all Occam himself, could have foreseen.
Written by Rob Sanders
~ So, the real question is – Sigmar or Nagash… or the Grimdark?