Stormcast Eternals Judicators Available to Pre-order from Games Workshop

By Polar_Bear
In Age of Sigmar
Jul 27th, 2015

Age of Sigmar seems to be getting an overall positive response. No, it’s not for everyone. But it seems just about all my friends have ended up with at least a starter set. That includes players who haven’t really played much in the way of Games Workshop games before.
Well, a new set of troopers is available to pre-order. This one will let your opponents fight in the shade.


As is customary with GW kits, you get a lot of options with these figures. You get a total of 17 weapons to choose from during assembly. There’s also a total of 12 heads. If you want to make one of the figures a Judicator Prime, you get special heads and shoulder pads to choose from for him, too.


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  • Odinsgrandson
  • James Brown

    ‘An overall positive response’?

    Not sure if serious.

    • I think he was referring to the response about the models. Not Age of Shitmar actual.

  • So which Chapter are these guys again?

  • Bill Redford

    I actually really like the look of the stormcast guys. So much that I got 3 x the starter box worth of them… But $50 for 5 models… Ugghhh!!!!. I will still probably get a box but down the line, discounted from e-bay… and I will probably limit it to the 5….

  • dr falkenhayn

    very Chronopia…

  • That’s NZ$100 (US$67) folks. IMHO, anyone paying that kind of money for five 32mm plastic figures seriously needs their head read. Everytime I think GW has gone beyond madness with their pricing they bump it up even more. Wow.

  • Val Valiant Five

    Conspiracy time: The new models/game concept is obviously a transition phase setting from the Warhammer world into the pre 40K “birth of the Emperor” timeline. And the model size is just a wee-bit bigger then a human sized model from the Warhammer world… Like ancient oversized space marines, well – maybe not oversized… Maybe the new size, the new size of space marines that will be released with the next re-re-release of Warhammer40K. The new tertian coming out also has this “slightly bigger” look and feel.

    GW knows that many, many gamers find accurate scaling between models extremely important, so 40k players will be forced to buy the whole 40k line in the new slightly-bigger size for consistency. My guess is that this is what they have planned for the next couple of years. -We shall see.