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This Week’s Warhammer 40K Products & Pricing CONFIRMED – Marines, Eldar, & EPIC!

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Feb 12 2024

We return to Grimdark, with the new Space Marines, Eldar, and a ton of Legions Imperialis! Take a look at these prices.

This week GW is bringing out the goodies from the Imperium, Xenos, to the teensy battlefields of the Horus Heresy.

GW says all of these kits go up for preorder on February 17, and have a street date of March 2.



Space Marine Captain in Terminator Armour $42 €34 £26

 “Lead your Terminator squads with this new multipart plastic Captain in Terminator Armour, who has numerous options including a choice of relic fist or relic weapon in one hand, and a storm bolter or combi weapons in the other. You also get to pick from two heads – helmeted and unhelmeted – and the choice of a purity seal or cloth tabard hanging from the waist.”

Space Marine Heroes of the Chapter $ € £ TBD

 “The heroes of the Leviathan boxed set get a standalone release in this packed combo set, including the Gravis-armoured Apothecary Biologis, a Phobos Lieutenant with combi-weapon, and five Sternguard Veterans. It’s a great way to add an elite core to your Space Marine army.”

Space Marine Ballistus Dreadnought $70 €55 £42.50

 “What do you get when you cross the indomitable chassis of a Redemptor Dreadnought with the cream of the Space Marine arsenal? The Ballistus Dreadnought, a wounded veteran reborn inside a heavily armoured shell packing a versatile missile launcher and armour-busting Ballistus lascannon.”


Space Marine Infernus Squad $60 €45 £37.50

 “To combat endless swarms of Tyranids, Space Marines can trade their bolt rifles for pyreblasters – long-barreled flame weapons that burn hotter than a regular flamer. These Infernus Squads are horrifically effective at torching lightly armoured troops, and shattering enemy morale with a few well-placed blasts.”

Space Marine Scout Squad $70 €55 £42.50

 “Neophyte Space Marines start their duties as lightly armoured Scouts, trained to slip through enemy lines and get places their power armoured brothers cannot. This makes them ideal kill team operatives, able to operate self-sufficiently in the field and wielding exceptional equipment to overpower lesser foes – equipment like bolters, shotguns, sniper rifles, and even heavy weapons like heavy bolters and missile launchers.”

Aeldari Blades of Khaine $75 €60 £45

 “Aspect Warriors are the Craftworld’s elite, and sometimes combine their incredible combat skills in a Blades of Khaine kill team. This plastic kit builds 10 Striking Scorpions with a variety of options, which can operate as a kill team on their own or link up with Dire Avengers and Howling Banshees to massively increase their options.”


Legions Imperialis: The Great Slaughter $50 €40 £30

 “Fight the most brutal battles of the Horus Heresy at epic scale with The Great Slaughter, the first campaign expansion book for Legions Imperialis. Along with a thick narrative section detailing the movements of Loyalist and Heretic forces around the Beta-Garmon campaign, the book includes new Detachment datasheets for both Legiones Astartes and Solar Auxilia armies, rules for fighting battles between entire armies of Titans and Imperial Knights, and a full campaign system for linking games together on the road to the infamous Battle for Nyrcon City.”

Legions Imperialis: Solar Auxilia Support $50 €40 £30

 “While the Solar Auxilia are famed for the quality of their infantry and tanks, their fire support companies are invaluable when confronting tougher targets. The Solar Auxilia Support set includes a total of 40 weapons platforms and auxiliary assets loaded with firepower, including Rapier batteries mounting quad launchers, laser destroyers, and mole mortar arrays, Tarantula platforms with lascannons and Hyperios missile launchers, and the dreaded Cyclops remote-controlled bomb.”

Legions Imperialis: Legiones Astartes Support $50 €40 £30

 “The Space Marines of the Horus Heresy also adopted the Rapier platform for their own support firepower, and deployed talons of dreadnoughts for long-range fire and close combat. The Legiones Astartes Support kit contains 24 miniatures, including Leviathan Dreadnoughts with storm cannons and cyclonic melta lances, Deredeo Dreadnoughts with Anvilus autocannon batteries and Hellfire plasma cannonades, Rapier batteries with quad launchers and laser destroyers, and Tarantula platforms with lascannons and Hyperios missile launchers.”

Legions Imperialis: Malcador Infernus and Valdor Tank Destroyers $50 €40 £30

 “Unleash fiery destruction and annihilate enemy vehicles with the combined power of the Malcador Infernus and Valdor Tank Destroyer heavy tanks, which use the venerable Malcador chassis to mount enormous weapons far larger than a Leman Russ could carry. Each multi-part plastic kit contains two Malcador Infernus tanks and two Valdor Tank Destroyers for Solar Auxilia armies, along with a sheet of 288 transfers.”

Legions Imperialis: Spartan Assault Tanks $50 €40 £30

 “Spartan Assault tanks are massive armoured conveyors built to carry infantry across treacherous battlefields, and they join Legions Imperialis as the first Transport Detachment that can carry Terminator squads. This plastic kit contains four Spartans with options for sponson-mounted quad lascannons or laser destroyer arrays.”


Legions Imperialis: The Great Slaughter Card $20 €15 £12.50

 “Keep the rules from The Great Slaughter close at hand with this pack of 22 Army Cards, split between formations and detachments for the Legiones Astartes and Solar Auxilia.”


My bookshelf awaits…

Author: Larry Vela
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