Games Workshop: Now Available – Be’lakor & Friends
Be’lakor is on shelves – I hope you got your pre-order in last week because he’s sold out on GW’s site…
via Games Workshop
Be’lakor, the Dark Master, is the first of the Daemon Princes and a consummate champion of Chaos. Wreathed in ethereal shadows and lifted high above the battlefield on monstrous wings, Be’lakor regards the efforts of his foes with a bitter scorn as they struggle in vain against his diabolical plans. As the Mortal Realms descend into chaos following the cataclysmic Soul Wars, the First Prince knows his time has finally arrived. Neither men nor gods can stop his grand ambition.
As befits the greatest of the Daemon Princes, Be’lakor is every bit the creature of nightmare he appears to be. Supernaturally skilled in both the martial and magical arts, his imposing figure is the perfect centrepiece for an army of Chaos and a potent wrecking ball with which to cast your enemies aside. Most impressive of all, this incredible model is 170mm tall from the bottom of his base to the tip of his wings.
This multipart plastic kit is comprised of 85 components, with which you can assemble one Be’lakor, the Dark Master, and is supplied with 1x Citadel 100mm Round base. This kit contains multiple options to build Be’lakor themed for either a Warhammer Age of Sigmar Slaves to Darkness army, a Warhammer 40,000 Chaos Daemons army, or a neutral theme to suit both games.
Strictly limited to 700 copies, this individually numbered special edition features a soft-touch cover with a cloth spine, ribbon marker and gilt-edged pages – a perfect complement to the rest of the Broken Realms saga on your shelf.
While the Mortal Realms rage under the fires of countless wars, one scorned figure looks to take advantage and further his unknowable agenda. Be’lakor, the Dark Master, whose schemes have had their twisted tendrils in many momentous events, begins to enact the final stages of his grand ambition. With the beleaguered Stormcast who followed Morathi into the Eightpoints making their retreat back across the Bloodwind Spoil, and the Seraphon beginning their own assault upon Archaon’s realm, what could the first and greatest of the Daemon Princes have in store?
The third instalment in the Broken Realms series sees the hidden machinations of Be’lakor come to the fore as the Dark Master begins to take a more direct role in the Mortal Realms’ events. The dire consequences will ripple across multiple factions, including an unforeseen alliance between Chaos and Death, the march of the Seraphon’s Celestial Stampede, and the introduction of siege warfare to Warhammer Age of Sigmar.
Inside this 112-page hardback book, you’ll find:
– The chilling tale of Be’lakor’s grand plan to usurp the Everchosen and take his place as the foremost champion of Chaos
– Rules for the Legion of the First Prince, including an expanded warscroll for Be’lakor himself and updated battle traits, spells and artefacts for his Slaves to Darkness warband
– Coalition of Death rules allowing you to play team-based games including 3 or more players, who may need to team up temporarily to take out a threatening foe while keeping an eye out for their so-called ‘allies’
– Six battleplans to help you recreate pivotal moments from the story, as well as Realms of Battle rules to represent the unique locations they were fought in
– Rules to tie the battleplans into a narrative campaign depicting Be’lakor’s assault upon the Mortal Realms
– A bounty of warscrolls, warscroll battalions and unit updates for Kharadron Overlords, Fyreslayers, Stormcast Eternals, Disciples of Tzeentch, Nighthaunt, and Seraphon
As the revered Lord-Celestant of the Hallowed Knights and a living symbol of hope to all citizens of Order, Gardus Steel Soul shines like a beacon of divine light at the head of his Stormcast Eternals war host. Wielding his faith as surely as he does his runeblade and warhammer, Steel Soul never tires in service of his God-King and the innocents he’s pledged to safeguard.
Gardus Steel Soul is just as adept at leading his Hallowed Knights as he is cutting down the enemies of Order in close combat, so don’t be afraid to let him get stuck into the fray. He is depicted mid-landing having been projected from Azyr upon a Sigmarite thunderbolt, with his war cloak billowing up behind him from the force of impact, recreating the iconic artwork from Black Library novel Hallowed Knights: Black Pyramid. This stunning model can be assembled either wearing a helmet or without.
This multipart plastic kit is comprised of 15 components, with which you can assemble one Gardus Steel Soul, and is supplied with 1x Citadel 50mm Round Base.
Krulghast Cruciators were once mortals that met a gruesome end on the torture rack. In death, their bitter souls have been twisted by Nagash into ghastly manifestations of torment, replete with instruments of excruciation possessed of a wicked animus.
Bring terror to the battlefield with deadly torture implements and flensing knives, perfect for cutting through the armour of Nagash’s enemies. Best (or worst) of all, the full might of their spectral powers is unleashed once your foes have felt the bite of their phantasmal abilities. The suffering of their foes causes a Krulghast Cruciator to become a beacon of death magic that anchors nearby Nighthaunt to the material world.
This multipart plastic kit is comprised of 11 components, with which you can assemble one Krulghast Cruciator, and is supplied with 1x Citadel 40mm Round Base.
Atra’zan the Immolator seeks to engulf the Mortal Realms in an arcane firestorm. To see this done, he’s assembled a troupe of daemonic pyromaniacs who surge into battle like a living inferno, delighting in the agonised screams of burning mortals and the stench of charred flesh.
Drown the battlefield in a shifting tide of multicoloured madness with this horde of gibbering daemons and their diabolical master. Combine the models in the set with the rules found in Broken Realms: Be’lakor, and you’ll be able to field the Atra’zan’s Blazing Cavalcade warscroll battalion for a Disciples of Tzeentch army, transforming them into Atra’zan the Immolator and his cohort of ever-changing horrors. This box also saves you money compared to getting the models separately, and as with most Chaos Daemons, they can be used in games of Warhammer 40,000 as well as Warhammer Age of Sigmar.
Included in this set:
1x Fateskimmer, Herald of Tzeentch on Burning Chariot
10x Blue Horrors
10x Pink Horrors
10x Brimstone Horrors
This kit is comprised of 144 plastic components, and is supplied with 24x Citadel 25mm Round Bases, 11x Citadel 32mm Round Bases, 1x Citadel 74mm Oval Base, and 1x Citadel 120mm Oval Base.
The Fateskimmer, Herald of Tzeentch can alternately be built as a Burning Chariot of Tzeentch, which will allow you to build a Herald of Tzeentch on foot as well as three extra Blue Horrors.
As a master endrineer from the famed sky-port of Barak-Zilfin, Drongon Humboldsson is one of the foremost experts in keeping the Kharadron’s skyvessels ship-shape and skyworthy. Taking to the field in an ingenious Dirigible Suit with a team of Endrinrigger apprentices in tow, Drongon ensures the ships of his fleet are first on the scene wherever there might be profit to be made.
Spruce up your skyvessels with the speed Barak-Zilfin is known for. Combine the models in the set with the rules found in Broken Realms: Be’lakor, and you’ll be able to field the Drongon’s Aether-Runners warscroll battalion in Kharadron Overlords armies, transforming them into Drongon Humboldsson and his team of Endrinrigger apprentices. This box also saves you money compared to getting the models separately!
Included in this set:
1x Endrinmaster with Dirigible Suit
6x Endrinriggers, which can alternately be built as Skywardens
This kit is comprised of 202 plastic components, and is supplied with 1x Citadel 40mm Round Base and 6x Citadel 32mm Round Bases.
The Celestial Stampede $130
Few understand the mysteries of the Slann’s technologies like Starwarden Iq-to, master of the Celestial Stampede. At his masters’ command, he leads the lumbering might of his colossal warbeasts into battle against the hordes of Chaos, ready to turn the esoteric weaponry they carry on all who might stand in the way of the Great Plan.
Find out what happens when you cross the streams of these mighty war engines in a brilliant display of the Slann’s cosmic might. Combine the models in the set with the rules found in Broken Realms: Be’lakor, and you’ll be able to field the Celestial Stampede warscroll battalion for the Seraphon, transforming them into Starwarden Iq-to and his gigantic warbeasts. This box also saves you money compared to getting the models separately!
Included in this set:
2x Stegadons, which can be alternately built as Engines of the Gods
This kit is comprised of 313 plastic components, and is supplied with 3x Citadel 120mm Oval Bases.
The most favoured spirits of Lady Olynder’s court are ‘honoured’ with a place in her Sorrowmourn Choir, a gathering of keening banshees and grief-stricken harridans whose aura of life-draining anguish greatly pleases the Mortarch of Grief. Whether it is their will or not, these spectres will throw themselves in the path of any attack seeking to cause the Unrequited Queen harm.
Take to the field with one of the Nighthaunt’s highest commanders and spread a crushing melancholy across the Mortal Realms. Combine the models in the set with the rules found in Broken Realms: Be’lakor, and you’ll be able to field the Sorrowmourn Choir warscroll battalion for the Nighthaunt, transforming them into Lady Olynder and her court of spectral attendants. This box also saves you money compared to getting the models separately!
Included in this set:
1x Lady Olynder, Mortarch of Grief
10x Dreadscythe Harridans
8x Myrmourn Banshees
This kit is comprised of 95 plastic components, including 8 integrated scenic bases, and is supplied with 10x Citadel 32mm Round Bases and 1x Citadel 60mm Round Base.
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