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This Week’s Warhammer Products & Pricing CONFIRMED – Hello Vashtorr!

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Mar 6 2023
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We are headed to the Grimdark with the next Arks of Omen launch wave, and a lot more. Take a look at these prices.

It’s a return to Dark Millenium with a big Arks of Omen release. Here come the latest releases.

All these items are up for pre-order March 11. Street date is March 18 .


White Dwarf 486: $11 €9 £6.99

Arks of Omen Vashtorr: $60 €45 £35

“The third instalment of Arks of Omen zeroes in on the siege of the Rock, as Vastorr searches for a powerful component in his diabolical goal. The Dark Angels aren’t taking this invasion lightly, and rally their forces as a mysterious third party enters the slaughter.

This is the crucial next stage in the overarching narrative of Warhammer 40,000, containing The Rock Besieged, a Boarding Actions campaign with eight new narrative missions telling the story of this climactic raid. There are also additional Boarding Action rules for Chaos Daemons, Necrons, Tyranids, Genestealer Cults, the Death Guard, and the Adeptus Mechanicus.”


Wrath of the Soul Forge King: $21 €170 £130

“Recreate the pivotal moments of Vashtorr’s invasion of the rock with this jam-packed battlebox. This is the first place you’ll be able to get the models for Vashtorr the Arkifane and Supreme Grand Master Azrael.

This set also contains a skittering Venomcrawler, two hulking Obliterators, and 10 Chaos Cultists who are waaay out of their depth on Team Vashtorr, facing down 10 Intercessors and five Deathwing Terminators who make up Azrael’s honour guard. You also get two Dark Angels Primaris Upgrade frames and a set of 155 Dark Angels transfers.”

Vashtorr Dice Set: $35 €29 £22

“Tired of supporting the same old Chaos Gods? Weary of the big four getting all the attention? Throw your lot in with Vashtorr instead, with this pack of 15 dice coloured in black and brass, featuring his own special symbol on the 6 face.”


Boarding Patrol Adeptus Mechanicus: $140 €110 £85

“This versatile Boarding Patrol comprises a Tech-Priest Dominus and their loyal bodyguard of 10 Skitarii Vanguard, who can also be built as Rangers. You’ll also find a cadre of five Sicarian Infiltrators – who can also be built as Ruststalkers – and a trio of heavily armed Kataphron Destroyers – which can also be built as Breachers.”

Boarding Patrol Chaos Daemons: $130 €105 £80

“Even the Chaos Gods have designs on the treasures and opportunities brought by the Arks of Omen, tearing holes in the warp and unleashing packs of ravenous daemons into their claustrophobic depths. This Khorne-flavoured Boarding Patrol packs in 10 Flesh Hounds and 10 Bloodletters led by Karanak, the Hound of Vengeance.”

Boarding Patrol Death Guard: $115 €90 £70

“The sons of Mortarion are ready to fumigate their local voidcraft with this bloated Boarding Patrol led by a putrid Lord of Virulence, his three sworn Deathshroud Terminators, and 10 incredibly sturdy Plague Marines who benefit from a corrupted cornucopia of weapon options.”

Boarding Patrol Genestealer Cults: $125 €100 £75

“Genestealer Cults propagate across the galaxy by stowing away in transport vessels and settling in for the long haul, or forcefully commandeering ships. This skilled insurgent team is made up of a Kelemorph, an Abominant, five Aberrants, and 10 Acolyte Hybrids – who can also be built as Hybrid Metamorphs.”


Imperial / Chaos Knights Dice: $35 €29 £22 apiece

“Represent your chosen steeds in battle – be they Noble or Fallen – with one of these sets of 15 dice. Both feature a helmed icon on the 6 face, and Imperial Knights get a two-tone blue dice with silvery pips, while the Chaos Knights get a two-tone red dice with golden pips.”

Typhon Heavy Siege Tank: $115 €90 £70

“Bring even bigger guns to bear in the Age of Darkness with the Typhon Heavy Siege Tank. Designed to suit the battleplans of Perturabo himself, this modified Land Raider sports a frankly massive dreadhammer siege cannon that can reduce buildings to rubble and flatten whole squads.”

Exodus: $35 €25 £20 (estimated)

“The premier assassin of the Alpha Legion is identified only as Exodus. Is this master sniper one man, or many sharing the same appearance? Confound your opponent with the baffling implications of this chicanery before plugging their high-value targets right in the beaky with the help of this shadowy death-dealer.”


Traitor Esoterist Consul: $35 €25 £20 (estimated)

“Towards the end of the Horus Heresy, Legions on both sides – but Traitors with by far the most enthusiasm – began to field Esoterists in their armies, Librarians who had dabbled in forbidden lore. Tapping into the power of the warp, these Space Marines use the empyrean as a weapon, tearing holes in reality to fling arcane bolts at their foes and summon hordes of howling daemons. “

Its so confusing when Chaos and Dark Angels fight!

Author: Larry Vela
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