Wev’e got everything from Codex Orks, to Speed Freeks, Sly Marbo, Ravnica peeks, Runewars, Frostgrave and the Crucible Guard from Warmachine. Whew it was a busy weekend gamers!
It’s a new day and a new game from Games Workshop set in the 40k Universe! Rev your engines, it’s time to go into overdrive with Speed Freeks!
The Guildmaster’s Guide To Ravnica comes out November 13th – get a preview of the vast cities of Ravnica with the Saving Throw Crew. DM Reuben Bresler takes players Riley Silverman, Ashlen Rose , Gaurav Gulati, and Jordan Pridgen on an adventure using the upcoming guide.
Fantasy Flight Games has a new batch of products in stores this weeks. The Elves are getting some back up in Runewars and The Lord of the Rings: TCG has a brand new Adventure Pack for the Ered Mithrin cycle!
To celebrate the opening of their 500th store, Games Workshop has an entire list of factoids and trivia from the history of GW! This trip through memory lane is no joke as there really are 500 facts to chew through. And we’ve picked a few of our favorites.
Start your engines – Speed Freeks are hitting the track this weekend from Games Workshop!
We’ve all seen the new Ork buggies by now, and it’s only a matter of time before they’re in our grubby little mitts–but until there, here are some photos of the amazing details that you haven’t seen yet, from consoles to grots, to backseat boyz, here’s a look at what makes the Orks go.
As many of you know, I am a huge fan of Osprey Games and North Star Military Figures. Today, I want to draw your attention to North Star Military Figures’ newest Nickstarter for The Maze of Malcor – there are a ton of great miniatures featured, come take a look!
Menoth’s Hand of Silence rides into battle this week, but fighting on behalf of the Crucible Guard we have a Rocketman, the Crucible Guard Infantry, and their self-made Warcaster, Lukas di Morray.
The green tide is rolling in, and with it a new Codex for all the good little Orks out there. We’ve been looking forward to this one for a while now, the Ork Codex introduces six new vehicles and a host of stratagems, warlord traits, and more.