GW Pre-Orders: Pricing & Links – Sons of Behemat, McFarlane Toys, & More
The Mega-Gargants arrive alongside more Necrons and the new Action Figures from McFarlane Toys!
via Games Workshop
Battletome: Sons of Behemat (Limited Edition) $80
This limited edition is only available while stocks last. It features a soft-touch cover, gilt-edged pages and a ribbon marker, and only 700 of these numbered copies are available.
Battletome: Sons of Behemat $40
The titanic Sons of Behemat have might enough to throttle dragons, barge down castle walls and tear elder oaks from the ground. When they attack as a tribe they become unstoppable, stamping the enemy’s infantry flat and pummelling rival monsters to death. Any who oppose their rule are battered with hurled boulders before the gargants charge in, each towering hulk roaring in savage triumph as he seizes victory through brute force and ignorance
Battletome: Sons of Behemat is your guide to Warhammer Age of Sigmar’s biggest army – a force like no other where GARGANTS are your troops and EVEN BIGGER GARGANTS lead them to battle! In this tome of knowledge, you’ll discover the hidden history of Gargants in the Mortal Realms, from their origins with the godbeast Behemat to their work as mercenaries with the Grand Alliances. Stunning art brings the world of the Sons of Behemat to life, helping to inspire your own collection! When you’re ready to field an army of your own, stunning miniatures photography, conversion guides and painting tips are included to help you out. Meanwhile rules for a variety of gargant tribes let you customise your army, or even include a Mega-Gargant in any force, whether you owe your allegiance to Death, Destruction, Chaos or Order!
This 80-page hardback battletome contains:
– A history of the Sons of Behemat, including the epic deeds of their forefather, the godbeast Behemat
– Painting guidance on skin tones and colour schemes within the gargant race
– Allegiance abilities for the Sons of Behemat, including additional rules for Stomper Tribes, Taker Tribes and Breaker Tribes
– Includes rules of Mega-Gargant Mercenaries – enabling any Warhammer Age of Sigmar player to use Mega-Gargants in their armies
– Warscrolls and Pitched Battle Profiles for every miniature in the Sons of Behemat range
Warscroll Cards: Sons of Behemat $15
We’re firm believers that flicking between the pages of your battletome should never get in the way of smashing stuff. That’s why we made these Warscroll Cards for the Sons of Behemat. With them on hand, you’ll be able to reference the warscrolls for the Sons of Behemat – including mercenaries available to other factions! – with ease. A set of tokens, meanwhile, allow you to track ongoing effects, giving you more time to do what you love – i.e. break things.
Does your army need a little extra… oomph? Do you want to collect a Warhammer Age of Sigmar force like no other? Perhaps you’re just looking to embark upon your biggest painting project ever. Whatever the case, there’s a good chance you need a Mega-Gargant in your life – Warhammer Age of Sigmar’s biggest, and perhaps nastiest monster ever. This option-packed kit gives you everything you need to construct your Mega-Gargant of choice, whether you’re recruiting a mercenary to your army or fielding an entire Sons of Behemat force!
This kit builds a Kraken-eater Mega-Gargant – a dedicated monster-muncher available to any Order or Destruction force – or one of the following two variants:
– The Warstomper – an infantry-munching brute available to any Chaos or Destruction force
– The Gatebreaker – a garrison-smasher available to any Death or Destruction force
A vast array of options, weapons and poses allow you to customise your Mega-Gargant, as well as giving you plenty of nifty leftover bits and bobs for your collection. This kit is supplied in 129 plastic components and comes with a 130mm round base.
Necrons Warriors $45
Necron Warriors form the majority of a tomb world’s nigh-inexhaustible armies. They are a corps of fleshless mechanoids, ranged in their millions against the vital races of the galaxy. Ancient limbs are corroded with age, yet the strength of their metal sinews has not faded, nor has the hard-wired loyalty to their Overlords.
Canoptek Scarab Swarms are found throughout tomb worlds and Necron spacecraft, where automated routines compel them to break down damaged matter of all kinds with their entropic mandibles. They feed on organic and non-organic matter alike, converting it into energy which is re-routed into repair protocols.
Whether you’re looking to cut down the enemy at range with gauss flayers or march inexorably forward to shred them at close range with gauss reapers, all the while assailing them with swarms of Canoptek Scarabs, this is the perfect kit to build your Necron army around.
This kit builds ten Necron Warriors – each with a choice of two heads and the option of either a gauss flayer or gauss reaper – as well as three Scarab Swarms. Push-fit construction means you won’t need any glue to build it. The kit is supplied in 70 plastic components and comes with ten Citadel 32mm Round Bases and three Citadel 40mm Hex Hole Round Bases.
Skorpekh Destroyers $55
Striding forward in a rush of ungainly steps, their weaponised limbs sweeping in a whirlwind of gore, Skorpekh Destroyers feed their need to kill whenever they are unleashed upon the battlefield. Nothing else can override the hard-wired desire to kill that empowers these deranged Necrons.
Canoptek Plasmacytes use their monomolecular proboscis to inject an infectious, sentient energy into the degranged members of the Destroyer Cults. This hateful substance – as dangerous as it is powerful – heightens their nihilistic insanity and drives their mindless annihilation to new heights.
Skorpekh Destroyers are among the most lethal close-combat killers within the ranks of the Necron legions. If tearing the enemy army asunder is what you seek, then look no further than these gloriously insane slaughterers, whose killing prowess you can amplify even further with the attention of the Plasmacyte!
This kit builds three Skorpekh Destroyers – two armed with hyperphase threshers and one with a hyperphase reap-blade – as well as a Plasmacyte. Push-fit construction means you won’t need any glue to build it. The kit is supplied in 29 plastic components and comes with three Citadel 50mm Hex Hole Round Bases and one Citadel 28.5mm Hex Hole Round Base.
Hexmark Destroyer $35
Endrinmaster with Dirigible Suit $35
Many Endrinmasters take to the skies in mastercrafted dirigible suits, their aether-turbines allowing them to zoom through the air towards skyvessels in need of repair even as an in-built weapons array blasts their enemies into pieces.
Repairing skyvessels, leading your Endrinriggers into battle, punching out monsters – what can’t the Endrinmaster in Dirigible Suit do? This highly versatile Kharadron Overlords character is great for airborne lists with lots of skyvessels, Endrinriggers and Skywardens – or just for a rewarding painting project!
This kit is supplied in 26 plastic components, and comes with a 50mm round base.
Magister on Disc of Tzeentch $35
Magisters are powerful sorcerers in service to Tzeentch. Filled with eldritch energies as they ride their Disc of Tzeentch, they can wield fantastical fires to scorch the foe or transform an enemy into the squelching, misshapen form of a Chaos Spawn.
Transform enemies into spawn at truly ridiculous speeds with the Magister of Disc of Tzeentch – a fast-moving Leader for your Tzeentch army that’s great for disrupting your enemies or accompanying Tzaangor Enlightened, Tzaangor Skyfires or Screamers of Tzeentch. This gorgeous model is also a dynamic and rewarding miniature to paint and a great test for your skills.
This kit is supplied in 13 plastic components, and comes with a 50mm round base.
McFarlane Toys: Space Marines Primaris Intercessor Artist’s Proof Action Figure $19.99
The Adeptus Astartes, commonly known as Space Marines, are incredibly powerful transhuman soldiers armed with potent weapons of war and power armour that allow them to go toe-to-toe with the unspeakable horrors of the 41st Millennium. They’re organised into over a thousand Chapters, each with their own heraldry, history and methods of warfare.
An Ultramarines Intercessor action figure that was released earlier this year sold out rapidly – now is your chance to get an Intercessor of your own, but without the blue paint job! This incredible figure will no doubt be displayed prominently on your shelf to amaze and inspire you for years to come. Of course, nobody could blame you for spending hours putting him into dynamic power poses and making “pew-pew” noises for his bolter – the figure has 22 points of articulation to allow you to do just that.
This 7” figure is cast and assembled with the exceptional quality you’d expect from McFarlane Toys. It comes in grey plastic to allow you to paint it in the colours of your favourite Space Marine Chapter. He’s armed with a holy bolt rifle, complete with an Aquila design and purity seal. This figure also comes complete with a base to stand the model on to keep it steady on your shelves. It comes packaged in a display box with a window to allow you to see your figure.
McFarlane Toys: Ultramarines Primaris Assault Intercessor Sergeant Action Figure $19.99
The Adeptus Astartes, commonly known as Space Marines, are incredibly powerful transhuman soldiers armed with potent weapons of war and power armour that allow them to go toe-to-toe with the unspeakable horrors of the 41st Millennium. They’re organised into over a thousand Chapters, each with their own heraldry, history and methods of warfare. The myths and legends of one such Chapter, the Ultramarines, reaches back over ten thousand years. Their unblemished record marks them out as shining examples of everything that makes the Adeptus Astartes Humanity’s greatest defence in a galaxy consumed by total war.
This incredible figure represents the sergeant of the 4th Close Assault Squad from the 2nd Company of the Ultramarines. It will no doubt be displayed prominently on your shelf to amaze and inspire you for years to come. Of course, nobody could blame you for spending hours putting him into dynamic power poses and making “pew-pew” and “brrrrrm” noises for his heavy bolt pistol and Astartes chainsword – the figure has 22 points of articulation to allow you to do just that.
This 7” figure is cast and assembled with the exceptional quality you’d expect from McFarlane Toys. The paint job is highly detailed, including Chapter and squad insignia, the red helmet and iron skull of a sergeant and Indomitus Crusade heraldry on his tilt plate and vambrace. He’s armed with a heavy bolt pistol and a vicious Astartes chainsword. This figure also comes complete with a base to stand the model on to keep it steady on your shelves. It comes packaged in a display box with a window to allow you to see your figure.
McFarlane Toys: Necron Warrior Action Figure $19.99
Beneath the skin of the galaxy lurks the eldritch menace known as the Necrons. Having long ago made a devil’s bargain to swap the frailties of flesh for undying metal, they now stir to murderous wakefulness on worlds uncounted after millions of years of slumber, and seek to reclaim the stars from those who have usurped them.
This figure depicts an ancient and battered Necron Warrior of the Szarekhan Dynasty which will be perfect for opposing your Space Marine action figures, or towering over your growing Necrons collection. It includes 22 points of articulation which will allow you to pose it in a wide variety of threatening ways.
This 7” figure is cast and assembled with the exceptional quality you’d expect from McFarlane Toys. The paint job is highly detailed, including bronzed armour with silver and black elements, and the wear and tear of millennia of slumber across the body, such as hanging cables and damaged patches. It comes with a sinister gauss flayer, which features bright green detailing to match the Necron’s eyes. This figure also comes complete with a Canoptek Scarab and a base to stand the model on to keep it steady on your shelves. It comes packaged in a display box with a window to allow you to see your figure.
Who’s gonna get a Space Marine Artist Proof to paint-up for themselves?!