Games Workshop Pre-Orders: ‘Pricing & Links’ Flesh-Eater Courts Weekend
Games Workshop has unleashed the rest of the Flesh-Eater Courts this weekend for pre-orders. Welcome to the Feast!
This handsome Limited Edition battleome includes exclusive variant soft-touch cover art with gold foil details, gold gilt page edges, and a red ribbon page marker. It’s strictly limited to 300 individually-numbered copies, only available while stocks last.
The creatures of the Flesh-eater Courts are touched by a curse that distorts their very perception of reality. While they believe themselves to be valiant knights and honest soldiers, they are in truth wretched fiends who hunger for the flesh of their enemies. In the ruins of war-toppled civilisations, ghoulish beings lurk on the border between life and death. Ruled by bestial vampires, these mordants are trapped in an arcane delusion; they see their foul lairs as majestic castles, and themselves as pious warriors. With the return of their beloved Carrion King, Ushoran, they have launched a crusade that sees their contagious insanity spread across the realms like never before.
Battletome: Flesh-eater Courts is the comprehensive guide to collecting and fielding the cannibalistic monstrosities of the Flesh-eater Courts. It’s a feast of grisly background information, ghoulish artwork, and all the rules you’ll need to use the Flesh-eater Courts in your games of Warhammer Age of Sigmar.
Inside this 88-page hardback book you’ll find:
– In-depth background on the Flesh-eater Courts, including the grim legend of their master, Ushoran
– Unsettling artwork that illustrates the depths of the ghoulish delusion, and the bloody truth behind the madness
– 27 warscrolls and pitched battle profiles for the Flesh-eater Courts, from shrieking Morbheg Knights to Ushoran himself
– Rules for four different Grand Courts, plus enhancements, spells, prayers, and battle traits like Feeding Frenzy and Delusions of Grandeur
– Path to Glory campaign rules that allow your finest nobles to jockey for courtly influence, plus additional rules for use in narrative play
– Matched play rules, including three grand strategies and six battle tactics unique to the Flesh-eater Courts
– A stunning photography showcase, including painting guides to help replicate the colour schemes featured within
This battletome contains a one-use code to add the book to your digital library in Warhammer Age of Sigmar: The App.
About This Edition:
This beautifully presented version of Dawnbringers: Book IV – The Mad King Rises is a limited edition featuring a purple ribbon bookmark, a soft-touch cover with gloss art, gold foil lettering, and gold page edges. It’s strictly limited to 300 individually-numbered copies, only available while stocks last – a stunning addition to any Warhammer Age of Sigmar collection.
As the two halves of the Twin-Tailed Crusade march on, they pass further into the waiting jaws of death. The vampiric servants of Nagash lurk amongst the shadows, plotting the downfall of all that lives.
In the mountains of Ghyran, the lunatic Mortarch Ushoran and his courtiers revel – and, in their chivalric delusions, they would see the Dawners join their feast. Meanwhile, the scorn of a vampiric queen puts the Aqshian expedition in dire peril, pushing them to their very limits to survive.
The Mad King Rises is the fourth chapter of Dawnbringers, an epic series of books driving forward the narrative of Warhammer Age of Sigmar. You’ll find loads of riveting background material detailing the further expeditions of and lethal challenges facing the Twin-Tailed Crusade and its mortal champions as the servants of Nagash plot against them.
Inside this 96-page hardback book you’ll find:
– An exciting narrative that details the perilous journey of the Twin-Tailed Crusade, along with Battleplans, and updated Triumph and Treachery rules that allow you to play battles involving three to four players.
– Warscrolls for Sekhar, Fang of Nulahmia, and Ushoran, Mortarch of Delusion.
– A new Path to Glory chapter for the Twin-Tailed Crusade campaign.
– Rules for a new Army of Renown – the Scions of Nulahmia – as well as for 6 new Regiments of Renown.
This expansion contains a one-use code to add the book to your digital library in Warhammer Age of Sigmar: The App. This includes all warscrolls that can be used with the armies of renown found in this book.
Sekhar, Fang of Nulahmia, is amongst the most lethally skilled of all Neferata’s agents. A master hypnotist, she is capable of enthralling even the strongest-willed – just as she has done with the serpent Ouboroth, the eternally ravenous husk of a fallen death god. Sekhar goes to war surrounded by her loyal pets – packs of Dire Wolves stalk and hunt vulnerable prey, whilst Fell Bats encircle and harass the foe, cutting off all hope for escape.
This boxed set builds Sekhar, Fang of Nulahmia, available here for the first time alongside a pack of 10 Dire Wolves, and three Fell Bats. Sekhar strides into battle, wielding a deadly Nulahmian warglaive and accompanied by a god-echo of the great seprent Ouboroth, who is poised to strike by her side. As her Fell Bats swoop across the battlefield, packs of ravenous Dire Wolves chase down Sekhar’s prey.
This set includes the following multipart plastic models:
– 1x Sekhar, Fang of Nulahmia
– 3x Fell Bats
– 10x Dire Wolves
Rules for fielding Sekhar, Fang of Nulhamia in your Soulblight Gravelord armies – and mustering the Scions of Nulahmia army of renown – can be found in Dawnbringers: Book IV – The Mad King Rises, which is available separately.
All models are supplied with their appropriate bases.
Marrowscroll Heralds are senior delegates of their vampiric masters, sent to deliver entreaties – in the form of bloody offerings and infectious delusions – to the leaders of other nations. These diplomatic efforts spread the curse of Ushoran far and wide, leaving in their wake desolation and madness.
This multipart plastic kit builds a Marrowscroll Herald, a ghoulish ambassador of the Flesh-eater Courts. Draped in heavy robes of flayed skin, the Herald clutches a bone relic ensorcelled with abhorrant madness. Those ungrateful souls who refuse such a ‘generous’ gift are instead cut down by the Herald’s gnarled bone scythe, which is strung with grisly souvenirs from their travels across the realms.
Varghulfs are the most degenerate of all Ushoran’s vampiric brood, their bestial nature reflected in their unholy form. Nevertheless, to the ghouls, the Varghulfs are saintly champions indeed – paladins blessed with incredible strength, who live in hermitage until battle calls. When the Varghulfs emerge from their dens, throngs of mordant serfs follow them to war with a rapturous joy.
This multipart plastic kit builds a Varghulf Courtier, an animalistic vampire belonging to the Flesh-eater Courts. Varghulf Courtiers rampage through enemy ranks at will, tearing them apart with immense claws and biting down with dagger-like fangs. Any wounds that pierce their fur-covered hide heal with unholy rapidity, as they guzzle down the gore of their savaged foes.
Abhorrant Gorewardens serve to guard the borders of each Flesh-eater Court’s territory, and are honoured with bearing the keys of the kingdom. Clad in what they perceive as great finery, these delusional vampires lead flights of bloodthirsty predators to fall on trespassers from above.
This multipart plastic kit builds an Abhorrant Gorewarden, a vampiric margrave from the Flesh-eater Courts. This terrifying gargoyle rides the winds of Shyish on bat-like wings, leaping from its crumbling perch to soar across the battlefield and seek out prey. Its monstrous form is adorned with a grisly parody of courtly regalia, and it clutches a set of keys in its razor-sharp talons – a symbol of its royal duty.
Abhorrant Cardinals are vampiric preachers that seek to spread the glory of Ushoran across every land. Having drunk from the Carrion King’s chalice, the Cardinals can unconsciously influence the shared delusion of their court, using bloody rites and gibberish hymns to conjure miracles that stoke their flocks’ rabid fury.
This multipart plastic kit builds an Abhorrant Cardinal, a bloodthirsty priest of the Flesh-eater Courts. The Cardinal raises aloft a cursed crosier lashed together from sacred bones – the perfect focus for their unholy power. Clad in a jumble of ragged robes and grisly trinkets, they spread and shape the madness of their ghoulish congregation, turning hungry mordants into frenzied fanatics.
Grand Justice Gormayne is the highest magistrate in all of Ushoran’s ghoul kingdoms. He ensures that the Carrion King’s laws and edicts are followed – no matter how insane they may be – and those who transgress are punished with grisly fates. A cunning orator, Gormayne spurs his ghoulish ‘juries’ into a frothing rage, condemning foes to be bloodily torn apart.
This multipart plastic kit builds Grand Justice Gormayne, a horrifying vampiric arbiter of the Flesh-eater Courts. Swinging a gore-streaked gavel fashioned from well-gnawed bones, the Grand Justice calls for order and cracks unruly skulls. He pronounces judgement on Ushoran’s enemies whilst dressed in what he believes to be the finest robes and wig of office, reading ancient laws from a ragged ‘legal tome’.
Royal Decapitators are the unholy executioners of the Flesh-eater Courts, viewed with unease even by fellow ghouls – more than hunger or duty, they care only for the dealing of death. Dragging huge, tarnished axes behind them, the Royal Decapitators serve their lieges as gibbering executioners, and delight in taking worthy heads.
This multipart plastic kit builds a Royal Decapitator, a ghoulish headsman who serves the royalty of the Flesh-eater Courts. The Decapitator cleaves through the necks of the mightiest opponents with a massive, rusted axe, driving ghouls around them into a frenzy of slaughter. This kit offers a choice of two different heads – one strung with bone trinkets, the other masked by a grim executioner’s hood.
Morbheg Knights are grisly ghoulish cavaliers, amongst the proudest and most skilled of any court’s mordant warriors. They bound to battle atop the half-living nightshriekers, monstrous predators descended from the ur-bat Morbheg, whose cackling screams inflict a gnawing madness on anyone unfortunate enough to hear them.
This multipart plastic kit builds three Morbheg Knights, the nightmarish leather-winged cavalry of the Flesh-eater Courts. These ghoulish outriders swoop across the battlefield at terrifying speeds, charging down foes with grisly lances before their foul nightshrieker mounts tear apart any survivors. You’ll also find components to build a hornblower musician, a standard bearer waving a flag of flayed skin, and a Champion of Morbheg with uniquely grisly headgear, a skull-helmed nightshrieker, and a knightly sword.
The kit offers plenty of interchangeable cosmetic options to help ensure your cannibal cavaliers look unique on the battlefield – including five bat heads for the nightshriekers, eight heads for the ghouls, and six different shields decorated with bones, flayed skin, and other gruesome trophies.
The Cryptguard are ghouls of uncommon tenacity and worth, elevated to an elite station by performing some great feat of endurance in the sight of their vampiric liege. Charged with protecting their unholy masters, these faithful mordants wield weapons gifted from the royal armoury – rusted, gore-caked blades, soaked in decades of maddening energies and infectious filth.
This multipart plastic kit builds 10 Cryptguard, devoted ghoul retainers for the nobility of the Flesh-eater Courts. The Cryptguard carry a variety of cursed weapons into battle – you can outfit each ghoul with a chipped and battered sword, or a long-handled and well-worn halberd. The kit also provides components to build a drummer musician, a standard bearer waving a flag of flayed skin, and a Crypt Captain champion with uniquely grisly headgear.
The kit includes plenty of cosmetic options to help you assemble a truly varied horde of ferocious ghouls. You’ll find a variety of alternative arms and armaments, as well as loads of interchangeable heads – each more gruesome than the last.
Ushoran is an ancient and monstrous lord, one of the very first vampires, and stands amongst the most dreaded of Nagash’s Mortarch lieutenants. He is the Carrion King, the Lord of Masks, the Master of Feasts, the Mortarch of Delusion, and many titles besides. He is the father of abhorrants, and the origin of the accursed delusions that envelop the Flesh-eater Courts. His very presence can reduce mortals to slavering insanity and escalate the mania of his ghoul servants to terrifying heights, even as their king annihilates foes with truly monstrous strength.
This multipart plastic kit builds Ushoran, the Mortarch of Delusion, the vampiric fountainhead of the Flesh-eater Courts. He’s a towering figure, even when hunched over as if to greet a courtier – or personally destroy a smaller foe. Ushoran is clad in the finest royal regalia his ghoul servants can scavenge, from corroded jewellery and ragged robes to a fur cloak of nightshrieker pelts, and a crown of bone extends directly from his skull – a gift from his old master, Nagash.
In battle, the Carrion King swings his royal sceptre like a massive, gore-streaked club, and in less lucid moments uses his monstrous claws and fangs to tear offenders limb from limb. The chalice that hangs at his waist grants Ushoran even greater reserves of vampiric resilience, and ghouls across the realms fight for the chance to drink from its bloody contents.
The Mortarch of Delusion is the capstone of any Flesh-eater Courts collection, and a fitting centrepiece to even the largest of ghoulish armies. Whether you want to spread madness across the Mortal Realms or paint a stunning display piece for your shelves, Ushoran is a royal fit for the role.
This kit contains 61 plastic components and comes with a Citadel 130mm Round Base.
Bound by the madness of their kings, the Flesh-eater Courts surge across the land in search of their next grisly feast. Show your devotion to the Carrion King with this themed dice set.
A set of six-sided Flesh-eater Courts themed dice for games of Warhammer Age of Sigmar. The 1-5 facings are traditionally pipped – the ‘6’ facing is decorated with the Flesh-eater Courts faction icon, a winged vampire skull.
– 20x round-cornered D6 dice, each measuring 16x16x16mm, in a grey colour with red ink