Games Workshop has a new batch of releases up in their webshop for you to check out. You can order yourself new starter kits for the Idoneth Deepkin and Nurgle forces for Age of Sigmar. You can also get your name on the list for the new White Dwarf issue. Nothing quite like curling up with a good gaming magazine.
From the website:
White Dwarf is Games Workshop's premium Warhammer magazine, packed with amazing content each month such as new rules and background, short stories, regular columns, special guests and more.
Here’s what you can look forward to in March’s issue:
- Guest Editorial
A word from the issue’s guest editor – the mighty wordsmith Phil Kelly
Your questions answered!
- Readers’ Models
Our favourite reader submissions
- Making Battlefield Terrain
Scenery painter James Littler explains how to theme, build and paint terrain for your games
- The Maker of Heroes
Phil Kelly discusses his career, and how he became the Design Studio’s lead background writer
- Wrath & Glory
An interview with the creators of the new Warhammer 40,000 roleplaying game, Wrath & Glory
- The Buried Dagger
James Swallow discusses his latest novel for the Horus Heresy, the Buried Dagger, which features the ever-popular Nathaniel Garro
Warhammer Age of Sigmar
- The Realm of Life
Part III in our series of modelling and painting guides for the Mortal Realms – this month, we look at Ghyran!
- Empty Graves
The Anvils of the Heldenhammer come face-to-skull with the undying minions of Nagash in this month’s short story
- Battle for Techuan’s Key
Four players, four factions, one epic Battle Report!
- Rules of Engagement
Jervis Johnson discusses calculating points values in Warhammer Age of Sigmar
- Echoes From the Warp
Robin Cruddace discusses being a judge at a prestigious gaming event
- Index Imperialis: Assassins
A detailed analysis of the dreaded agents of the Officio Assassinorum
- Agents Deployed
A collection of Assassins painted by members of the Design Studio
- Paint Splatter
A handy stage-by-stage guide for painting your Assassins various shades of black!
- Before the Storm
The concluding part of Andy Clark’s short story from last month’s issue
- A Tale of Four Warlords
A special Vigilus edition of the classic series, featuring Orks, Genestealer Cults, Raven Guard and Black Legion
- Guards of the Emperor
An awesome collection of Imperial Knights courtesy of veteran hobbyist Damien Pedley
- Glory Points
David Sanders discusses the origins and early development of the Warhammer Underworlds game in his regular column
- Green is Good
Well, good-ish! Blood Bowl coach Paul Gegg provides tips and tactics for fielding a Goblin team in Blood Bowl.
- In the Studio
What have the Design Studio’s hobbyists been up to this month?