It’s that time of the weekend and Games Workshop has some new products up for Pre-Order. Urban Conquest and the second wave of Gloomspite Gitz are out now!
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In a galaxy in which every planet is a bitterly contested war zone, cities make for the bloodiest of battlefields. Armies manoeuvre amidst the blasted ruins in claustrophobic and lethal environments. Death lurks in every window and waits around every corner.
Urban Conquest gives you everything you need to play thrilling campaigns of city-wide combat. Build your own metropolitan warscape with the cards provided, then participate in intense linked campaigns where you’ll battle to hold key strategic locations, each providing unique benefits to your forces. As an expansion for the game, a copy of the Warhammer 40,000 rulebook will be required to use Urban Conquest.
Manufactorums are factories responsible for producing everything from bolter rounds to Baneblades, and can be found on battlefields across the Imperium.
This highly modular kit lets you build and customise your very own manufactorum. Designed to be completely compatible with the Sector Imperialis and Sector Mechanicus kits, you’ll be able to use it to construct any kind of building you imagine, or combine it with other sets for even more ambitious projects. This set features a brand-new sprue with components that blend the aesthetics of the Sector Mechanicus and the Sector Imperialis, making it perfect for tying your collection together.
For gamers, this set adds another layer of tactical depth to your tabletop. You’ll be able to use it as cover for even larger models, or scale it with infantry for a height advantage on your foes.
Rockgut Troggoths have stony hides that are proof against blade, bolt and magical blast alike. Their lumpen claws pass through stone as though it were water, allowing them to scoop up huge clubs and throwing boulders at will. Subtle they are not.
In battle, Rockgut Troggoths are incredibly durable, and a great way to tackle your opponent’s more dangerous units. They’re even deadly at range, thanks to their ability to hurl boulders at foes.
This kit allows you to build and customise three Rockgut Troggoths, featuring a huge host of components and interchangeable parts that allows you to make each one unique. With loads of heads, weapons and poses, you’ll be able to field a full army of these brutes without any two looking the same.
Dragged along by their eager snufflesquigs, Sneaky Snufflers harvest looncaps and other valuable magic fungi from the battlefield. They slash up anyone that gets in their way, and dole out mind-altering fungal treats to nearby grots for the fun of it.
These guys are an incredible unit in the Gloomspite Gitz, pushing your chosen units to fight harder by supplying them with deadly fungi. With a few Sneaky Snufflers nearby, even a unit of mere grots can be transformed into a terrifying force on the battlefield.
This kit lets you build and customise 6 Sneaky Snufflers, with their attendant snufflesquigs, and features a host of interchangeable heads for customising your models.
Possibly the most insane living weapons to be unleashed upon the Mortal Realms, Mangler Squigs crash, bound and roll across the battlefield leaving trails of torn and broken bodies in their wake.
This kit builds you your very own set of Mangler Squigs. These massive monsters have the offensive power to smash pretty much anything they encounter – there’s not a problem in the Mortal Realms that can’t be solved by throwing some Mangler Squigs at it!
This kit is packed with options for customising your Mangler Squigs, allowing you to bring to life the unique personality of each model. If you’re brave (or mad) enough to include more than one set of Mangler Squigs in your army, you’ll be able to make them look distinct with balls and chains, faces, armour plating and accessories for basing.
Most Moonclan leaders have at least one Gobbapalooza rambling around their lurklair causing mischief. Gatherings of so-called wise-grots, petty shamans and gabbling loonpriests, each Gobbapalooza takes it upon themselves to counsel their skrap’s boss whether he wants their advice or not.
This set lets you build an entire Gobbapalooza – a coven of grots who offer no end of cunning tactical tricks for your army. Taken as a single set but deployed as separate units, each has unique and powerful abilities.
A Loonboss never fights fair, ducking and weaving around his enemies and hurling mobs of cackling grots at them to wear them down, before finishing them off with a blade to the throat or between the shoulder blades.
If you need a leader for your Gloomspite Gitz, you can’t go wrong with a Loonboss. This diminutive tyrant can push your Moonclan Grot units to fight harder, and is a surprisingly capable combatant should he find himself in a fight.
Covered in characterful detail, he’s a great project for a painter, or just any grot collector who can’t get enough heroes!
This model is supplied in 11 components and comes with 1 x 32mm round base.
Get started painting Death Guard with this paint set! We’ve taken the essential paints you need to paint your Poxwalkers and Plague Marines and packed them into one bundle, complete with a starter brush and models.
Inside the set, you’ll find 6 12ml pots of paint: Agrax Earthshade, Balthasar Gold, Death Guard Green, Leadbelcher, Rakarth Flesh, and Armageddon Dust for adding texture to your bases. What’s more, you’ll get three Death Guard miniatures – perfect for reinforcing your army and practicing your skills.
If you’ve picked up First Strike or some push fit models, this set contains all you need to get it tabletop ready – with a bit of practice, you’ll be painting like a master in no time.