The GAMA Trade Show is going on. That means lots of new stuff to see. Games Workshop is there and they've got a whole bunch of things they're showing off. New Necromunda, Age of Sigmar, Adeptus Titanicus, and 40k are on display. Have yourselves a peek.
Over at Forge World, someone's left crumbs all over. Bigby Crumbs to be, specific. He's a new, *adjusts glasses* Ratling Slopper... Yeah, that's what it says. He's a new Ratling Slopper that's available for your Necromunda gangs. If you want to get Bigby, you can get him either alone or in a whole bundle of Hired Guns that you can order as well from the Forge World website.
Games Workshop has a whole lot of things going on in their webshop this week. There's a new Necromunda book and unit. They've got some new Middle-earth Strategy Battle Game kits. But they've also got a bunch of heroes for Age of Sigmar now available individually. So, if you've been wanting some of these figures but didn't want to have to buy a huge set to get them, now you can. As I say, it's a lot going on.
Convention season kicks off early every year with the Nuremberg Toy Fair. Want to get a jump on what's going to be coming out during the year? It's the place to be. In this instance, it's what Games Workshop is showing off. They've got previews out for new Aeronautica Imperialis, Necromunda, and Adeptus Titanicus
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Yup, a bit late, but there's Giant Robot Alert. Have a look
Apparently, Games Workshop has been busy. They've unleashed a huge wave of new pre-orders over in their webshop. It's a whole bunch of new kits for Necromunda and the Middle-earth Strategy Battle Game. There's card packs for Warcry. There's dice. There's sci-fi terrain. And there's still some Sisters of Battle in there. It was 5 pages worth of stuff, so if you haven't checked out their shop in the last couple days, now's the time to do it.
Let's face it, very little in the 40k universe would ever be considered "wholesome," but the Eightfold Harvest Lord goes even beyond the regular grit and grime of the setting. He's a bounty hunter who delights in slicing up his victims with his twin chain blades, before adding something of his target to his trophy rack. If you're wanting to add this maniac to your Necromunda gang, you can get your name on the list and order him from Forge World now.
Sort of two camps worth of pre-orders this week from Games Workshop. On one side, you've got a new Necromunda box set as well as book in the form of The Book of Ruin. On the other side, you've got a whole bunch of new Lord of the Rings sets, including some named characters like Legolas, some of the Dwarves from The Hobbit, and more. So, whether you want sci-fi gangs or epic high-fantasy figures, there's a little something for you.
There's... just about everything in this announcement. It's a little hard to summarize, since it covers pretty much all of GW's game lines, from Age of Sigmar to 40k and their various spin-offs, as well as the Middle-earth Strategy Battle Game. Suffice to say that if you play any GW games, there's something probably in here for you to check out.
Two ends of the spectrum available to pre-order from Forge World this week. On one hand, you've got a pair of Necromunda figures, Apollus Kage & Krotus Hark, to add to your gangs. On the others, there's two Middle-earth kits in the form of Ruffian Leaders and Will Whitfoot & Baldo Tulpenny. So, if you like sci-fi gangs or fantasy Hobbits, you've got some options.
Games Workshop has a new book out for Necromunda. It's The Book of Judgement (as if the 40k universe wasn't judgy enough). Along with it, they've got the new Palanite Enforcer Patrol unit, along with some different card packs for them.
Bullets. When you're in a gang war, they can be an invaluable commodity. So, who do you call when you're running now? (not the Ghostbusters) You call Gragnir, the squat ammo-jack. For you Necromunda players, you can head over to the Forge World website and order yours today.
Those that oppose House Cawdor must face judgement. Those within House Cawdor must remain vigiliant. Why? because the Headsman isn't going to just hang out doing nothing all day. Necromunda players can order the new House Cawdor Executioner figure now from Forge World.
Along with every paint color they've got coming, Forge World also has some new Necromunda items in their Pre-Order category right now. You can pick up two new weapon sets, a new set of heads, as well as a pair of new figures: Ammo-jack and Dome Runner. And, like I mentioned, aaaaaaaaaaall the paints.
Yar Umbra & The Deserter.
Sounds like they're going to drop the freshest R&B jam over on Soundcloud.
But really, they're a pair of mercenaries for Necromunda. You can go over to Forge World and order yours now.
Aww rats. The dark spaces in hive cities are loaded with them. And some gangs in Necromunda have decided to turn them from a nuissance into an asset. Cawdor, in particular, have strapped bombs to these little squeakers and aimed them at the enemy. You can order your own squad now.
The other week, everyone was excited for the Ambull to once again making its presence known on your tabletops. Well, if you're not a fan of bugs, but are a fan of giant robots (that'd be someone like me), they have the new Ambots figures available to order, along with a pair of Ork vehicles. It's just a whole bunch of "stuff PB would like" over there.
Mind powers, Swede. Mind powers.
That's what you get with the latest trio of releases for Necromunda from Forge World. A Trio of Bounty Hunters with unique powers are available to order now. And as a bit of a Terrain Corner on a Friday, there's also several terrain kits that you can order for use with your Necromunda or other sci-fi minis games.
Forge World is heading to the supplemental games from Games Workshop this week for its new releases. There's a pair of Blood Bowl Star Players that you can pick up in the form of Karla von Kill and Helmut Wulf. If Fantasy Sports aren't your thing and you'd prefer some sci-fi skirmish gang action, they've got a bunch of kits for Necromunda that you can pick up as well.
A shotgun of new pre-orders this week from Forge World. There's new Orcs for your Blood Bowl teams. There's new new House Cawdor weapon packs for Necromunda. And there's Denethor and Irolas for the Lord of the Rings. So, Fantasy Sports, Sci-fi skirmish, and fantasy army game. It's a little for everyone.
Who says that only humans can be part of your Necromunda gang? Nobody, that's who. If you want a trained alien-gator, you can have a trained alien-gator. At least, soon you can have a trained alien-gator. Forge World is taking orders for the Goliath Sumpkroc now over in their webshop.
You'd think that shooting someone square in the chest at point-blank range with a shotgun would put them out of the fight. And, for the most part, you'd be right, save horror movies and the 40k universe. That's just what happened to Kria Kytoro, but the House Escher alchymyst fleshteks weren't gonna let her go to waste. They made her stronger, faster, better, and she's hitting the battlefield again in her new form as Kria the Huntress. You can order yours for Necromunda from the Forge World webshop now.
Two ends of the spectrum on display from Games Workshop this week for their pre-releases. You can go and get yourself a new Necromunda Gang (the Cawdor) along accessories such as dice and the Gang War 4 book. There's also new Age of Sigmar releases with some new Stormcast Eternals as well as Nighthaunt figures. So, if you want sci-fi or fantasy, skirmish or army-scale game, you can pick between the two (or, you know, get them all).
Today on the platter we have: New Orlock Weapon Upgrades Available From Forge World, Fantastical Sub-Saharan Miniatures Kickstarter Relaunched by Deraj Studios, and New Statuesque Heroic Scale Female Heads NARROW - Berets on sale at 10% off.