Chaos is reigning supreme over at Games Workshop lately. That's the book they're pushing, so that's what figures they're releasing for 40k. In this instance, arachnophobes and technophobes are having their worst nightmare come to life on the tabletop with the Lord Discordant on their Helstalker mount.
There's a pair of new White Scars figures for 40k available to order from Forge World this week. It's a new Contemptor Dreadnaught and a new Praetor in Terminator Armor. I have to say, I'm kinda saddened to see that they're not equipped with rocket skates or something.
Also, if you want appropriate music while looking these over, you can find that here.
Another week and Chaos still reigns supreme over at Games Workshop. They've got a new set of Chaos Havoc marines, as well as a new squad of Chaos Terminators (honestly, some of my favorite miniatures for a very long time from the series). If that weren't enough, they're also taking orders for this month's issue of White Dwarf.
Blood for the Blo-, oh, wait, that's the wrong type of wanting blood raining from the sky (Return to power draws near). This time around, it's Sanguinius, the Primarch of the Blood Angels. He's got a new mini up on Forge World's site, along with some new Terminators and the new Book 8 for The Horus Heresy. You can order all of them now.
Adepticon is happening up in Chicago. I hope everyone that's there and reading this will head to Portillo's for me at least once. Italian Beef (dipped), Polish sausage (Maxwell Street Style), and a Hot Tamale. If you're not there, then you've not had a chance to see all the previews that Games Workshop has going on. So, while I can't give you a good meal through this format, I can give you those previews.
It's Chaos out there! Like, literally. Games Workshop has unleashed a whole horde of Chaos releases for 40k over in their webshop, including a new Chaos Space Marine codex. You can get it, along with other figures such as a new Abaddon now.
GAMA is going on this week in Reno (security provided by Lt. Dangle). Of course, companies are showing off their latest and greatest things, as well as giving us a look at what they're coming out with for the rest of the year. Games Workshop has a lot going on, from a new skirmish game to more expansions and variants for their current games. Have yourselves a look.
Games Workshop has Shadowspear, a new 2-player Box Set for Warhammer 40k, available to order up on their website. Heading back to pretty much where it began, you've got Marines of the Ultramarines chapter versus Chaos Marines. Yes, it's 3+ saves for everybody. It's a whole host of figures, along with a 6-scenario campaign you can fight along with a swell.
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.
The latest expansion for Blackstone Fortress is now available over on Games Workshop's website. While I'm not necessarily afraid of bugs, the idea of a huge, lumbering behemoth of one coming for me doesn't sound that fun, either. But The Dreaded Ambull brings you just that. You're gonna need a really big can of RAID.
It was just Valentine's Day, but Forge World is already ready for Halloween. Their latest releases over in their webshop are pre-orders for some new Night Lords kits. There's a new Dreadnaught, along with a pair of Praetors, one in Terminator armor.
Also dice. #NoSuchThingAsTooManyDice
There's a lot going on for you today from Games Workshop. If you're a fan of Age of Sigmar, there's a new starter set out which gives you Skaven vs. the Flesh-eater Court (rats and vampires... you'd think they'd get along better...). There's a couple extra sets for that as well, including dice (#NoSuchThingAsTooManyDice). On the sci-fi side of things, there's several new releases for the Genestealer Cults for Warhammer 40k. No dice, though.
This week, Forge World has a pair of new sets for the Space Puppies. I know they're the Space Wolves, but dogs come from wolves and dogs are puppies (no matter the size or age). So, therefore, to me, Space Puppies! Also, there's a pair of Orc captains for your Middle-earth Games.
Genestealer Cults. I remember them being a sort of thing of myth and legend back when I first started playing 40k. A strange army that'd come and gone quickly even before I got onto the scene partway through 2nd edition. Well, they're making their way back to tabletops, and they have a new codex and releases up on Games Workshop's website that you can order now.
Getting along and playing for a common goal is all well and good, but sometimes you just wanna smash heads and take out your opponent's forces with extreme prejudice. Well, that's where Kill Team: Arena comes in. It's the new expansion available to order from Games Workshop. Players can play in head-to-head games and it even has rules for tournaments and team play.
Maaaaaaaan, back when I was a custodian, I never got a jetpack of my own. Janitoris in 40k have all the coolest gear! If you want to get your hands on the newest cleaning gear, head over to Forge World and get your name on the list to get these new fliers as soon as they're released.
... ... ... Yeah, that's enough of that. Let's get on to the terrain articles.
Today in the Terrain Corner we have: Urban Conquest Available to Order From Games Workshop and Loke Battlemats Running Reversible Neoprene Space/Terrain Battle Mats Quickstarter.
Come on, feel the noise! That's what you can do over at Games Workshop. They've taken a real classic, the Noise Marine from 40k, and given him an updated look. Shred like no other. \m/
The forces of Chaos can be found all over Games Workshop's product lines. The demons and beasts of chaos have been fighting against humanity for millennia. And with the Realm of Chaos: Wrath and Rapture set, you not only get a bunch of Khorne and Slaanesh figures, but the rules to use them in both Warhammer 40k and Age of Sigmar.
We're 21 days from the end of 2018. Seems a good time to wrap up the year with Chapter Approved 2018. It has a whole host of new updates to bring you more options on your gaming table. Of particular interest to the greenskin-at-heart that is me is new rules for looted vehicles. But there's also updates for new characters, as well as the Sisters of Battle rules.
There's a holiday feeling in the air over at Games Workshop. They've got a whole bunch of bundle deals for 40k as well as Age of Sigmar they're taking orders for. Along with that, they've got a new Blood Bowl team with a decidedly Halloween feel to them.
Giant Robot Alert! We have Giant Robot Alert!
Forge World has a new variation of Titan avaiable to order over in their webshop. It's the Legio Titanicus Warbringer Nemesis Titan. And, as you'd expect, you can order the body and arms separately so you can outfit it just as you want. There's also some new Legion Blood Angels you can pick up.
Warhammer Quest is getting itself a new game. This time, it's Blackstone Fortress. A huge and imposing space station, created before anyone can even imagine, has been found. Within its halls, strange, alien technologies lie that may turn the tid of war in your favor. But these halls aren't so lonely and desolate as they seem. That's the story behind the game, and you can get your orders in now.
Forge World has some really old releases for you this week. Ok, they're not actually old, they're only old because they're older pattern landspeeders (from the "flying couch" era of landspeeder design) as well as some Alpha Legion figures.
Orktober is almost at an end, but Games Workshop still has some treats to give out. They've started taking pre-orders for the new Ork Codex for 40k. Along with that, there's the new vehicles from Speed Freeks that you can pick up just on their own. Also, there's a whole ton of Ork units and characters that have been bundled together for your convenience.