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*sings* Love is in the aiiiiir every where you gooooo!

Hey everyone. It's the time to hand out the last Warhammer Forge model I've got (expect other give-aways to come soon). This last one's a Warhammer Forge event-only Skin Wolf.

Note: As always, the one we're giving away is new in blister. The picture above is just reference.

Anyway, to the "fine print" on how to enter.

Seeing as it's Valentine's Day (or, what's left of Valentine's Day... or after Valentine's Day, depending on what time zone you're in... ... ... let's just call it, "it's Thursday unless it's not"), how about we go with you comment below with:
1. The tabletop game you LOVE most to play. Warhammer? Warmachine? Dark Age? Ascension? DreadBall? Dungeons & Dragons? Something else? What game do you say, mid-week, "Man, I can't wait until the weekend so I can play (game name here)!"?
2. Why do you love it so much? The models? The competition? The playgroup you've got? Or just because "it's really fun to play"? Whatever the reason, we'd love to hear it.

So just comment below with the game you LOVE to play and a little bit as to why you love it so much.

Another Note: No bashing other people's posts. If I see a, "You like that game? You're stupid." or anything like that, then we'll delete your comment and disqualify you from the drawing. Positive comments only.

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Warhammer Forge is now taking names of those that want their new Mourngul as soon as it's available. Be the first gamer on your block with this new model!

From the website:

The Mourngul, designed by Edgar Skomorowski, is a finely detailed multi-part resin model. Redolent with sinister menace, this creature stands 5.5" (140 mm) tall and makes a fantastic centrepiece for any Warhammer army. The Mourngul is available to pre-order now for despatch from Monday 26th November, and rules for it can be found in Monstrous Arcanum.

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Warhammer Forge is now getting a list of names who wants one of their new Magma Dragons. Be the first gamer on your block with one.

From the announcement:

Multi-part resin model designed by Keith Robertson. This incredibly detailed miniature is an impressive 7.5" (190 mm) long from claw to tail, and makes a fantastic centrepiece for any Warhammer army. Rules for this magical creature can be found in Monstrous Arcanum, and it is available to pre-order now for despatch from Friday 28th September.

Warhammer Forge previews (and is taking pre-orders for) their new Incarnate Elemental of Fire.
*breaks out the marshmallows, graham crackers and chocolate bars*

From the preview:

The Incarnate Elemental of Fire is a multi-part resin model designed by Steve Whitehead. This incredibly detailed miniature stands an impressive 6" (150 mm) tall, and makes a suitably imposing centrepiece for any Warhammer army. Rules for this magical creature can be found in Monstrous Arcanum , and it is available to pre-order now for despatch from Friday 28th September.

Forge World has a new and terrifying beast available to you: the Preyton.

From the website:

Foolhardy knights of Bretonnia sometimes mistake the savage and hateful Preyton for the noble Great Stags of their land, and will follow this twisted beast, possessed of a dark cunning, into the very deepest parts of the forest. Only there, where there is little chance of escape, will it finally reveal its deadly form, its savage fangs, leonine paws and monstrous wings, and attack the unsuspecting warrior.

The Preyton is a finely detailed multi-part resin kit designed by Steve Whitehead. Rules to field this savage creature in your games of Warhammer can be found in Monstrous Arcanum, and the kit is available to pre-order now for despatch from Friday 29th June.

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Forge World has the biggest squig you've ever seen running right at you with their new Colossal Squig. I think you're gonna need more than just one herder for this guy.

From the release:

The strange, improbable and often quite insane creatures known as Squigs are half-fungoid, half-flesh beasts that breed and multiply wherever Orcs and Goblins gather. These foul and vicious monstrosities range in size from bestial hunting Squigs and the madcap Squig Hoppers that some Night Goblins ride to war, to the feared Mangler Squigs goaded into battle to devour the enemy wholesale.

None of these creatures match the sheer size of the Colossal Squigs though, said to haunt the depths of the Grey Mountains and the Vaults. These gigantic, spherical monsters boast an insatiable appetite, and are in essence no more than an impossibly vast fleshy maw studded with row upon row of scimitar-bladed teeth.

Near impossible to direct, let alone train, Night Goblin Shaman must resort to drugged meat (often live and unfortunate Goblin ‘volunteers’) or hugely potent spells to overcome the crude instincts of these behemoths and make them even barely manageable.

The Colossal Squig, designed by Mark Bedford, is a large, highly detailed multi-part resin model. Rules for this model can be found in Monstrous Arcanum, and it is available to pre-order now for despatch from the 25th of May.

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Forgeworld has their next release, the K'Daai Fireborn. They're HOT!

From the update:

Designed by Edgar Skomorowski, the K’daai Fireborn are a set of three intricately detailed multi-part resin models, available to pre-order now for despatch from Friday 27th April. This kit contains three different torso designs, three different lower bodies and three different pairs of weapons – each of which are fully interchangeable. Rules for the K’daai Fireborn fielded as part of a Chaos Dwarfs army can be found in Tamurkhan: The Throne of Chaos, and Binding Scroll rules to align this powerful force of darkness with other Warhammer armies are included in Monstrous Arcanum. Additional ranks and Empire figure shown in some images for illustration purposes only.

Warhammer Forge gives us a look at their book coming out soon: Monstrous Arcanum.

From the preview:

This is the eagerly-anticipated first book in a new series from Warhammer Forge, and as its name suggests Monstrous Arcanum deals with a veritable carnival of monsters both arcane and bloodthirsty. Within this 113 page, full-colour hardback book, you will find 32 new monsters – nightmarish horrors and noble beasts, creatures of magic made flesh and the victims of terrible curses inflicted by dark powers – presented in the form of Binding Scrolls for use with any Warhammer army.

These are not limited to just Storm of Magic games, however, as the book contains nine scenarios and special rules to allow these deadly creatures to be fielded in regular Warhammer battles, and a helpful appendix chart to allow you to theme your monsters to your army.

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Warhammer Forge has released a new monster for use in Warhammer Fantasy Battles:

From their website:

Found in the most treacherous regions of the Warhammer world, from the Bloodspine Mountains of the unknown Southlands to the Grey Peaks that shoulder the Empire, Basilisks are a reclusive menace. They are a living blight so inimical to life that they poison the very ground they walk upon, the venom that suffuses their body and spirit capable of swiftly reducing verdant land to ruined waste.

Their huge bodies are covered with brightly coloured scales from the membranous fins upon their head to the tip of their muscled tail; a warning of their noxious nature. They prowl stealthily on eight legs, and are capable of moving swiftly enough to run down even the quickest prey. The most potent weapon in the Basilisk’s arsenal, however, is its gaze. Renowned in folklore across the Old World for its lethal potency, the sickly pale eyes of the Basilisk can focus the essence of their poisonous soul, withering their prey until its skin and flesh slough away.

The Basilisk is a multi-part resin model, designed by Edgar Skomorowski. This model is available to pre-order now for despatch from February 24th, and experimental rules for the Basilisk can be downloaded now to allow any Warhammer army to field this noxious creature in games of Storm of Magic
Warhammer Forge has got another amazing Chaos Dwarf release for you to now order:

From their website:

The cruel and malign race of Chaos Dwarfs, who refer to themselves as the Dawi Zharr, long ago abandoned the ancient Dwarf gods they once worshipped, and pledged themselves wholly to Hashut, the Father of Darkness. Now they no longer value the old ways of their noble and honourable kin and instead covet strength and power above all else, seeing other living creatures as chattels to be used and discarded in their brutal forge-citadels which dominate the Plain of Zharr.

This Chaos Dwarf Daemonsmiths set, designed by Thais Mariblanca Lopez and Steve Whitehead, comprises three highly detailed and characterful resin models. The wonderfully sculpted figures in this set represent a Sorcerer-Prophet, Daemonsmith and Infernal Castellan for use with the Legion of Azgorh army list that appears in Tamurkhan: The Throne of Chaos. This character set is available to order now for immediate despatch.

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Forge World have added two new figures to their Warhammer Forge fantasy miniature range. Chaos Dwarf Bale Taurus From their announcement:
Chaos Dwarf Bale Taurus The grim Dark Lands where the Chaos Dwarfs make their home are a dread and forbidding place, and birthing ground for many strange and unnatural creatures. None, however, are more sought after by the Dawi Zharr than the dread Bale Taurus of the Volcanic Heights. To the Chaos Dwarfs, this mighty beast’s resemblance to their terrible god Hashut, the Father of Darkness, is no mere coincidence. Taking the form of an immense, winged daemoniac bull, its flesh burns with the intensity of a furnace, wreathing it in smouldering shadow and sparking the ground afire beneath its hooves. None but the highest servants of Hashut and the most powerful of Fire wizards can hope to break and master these hellish bull-monsters, and even then it is only by means of the most complex and dangerous magics that a Chaos Dwarf Sorcerer can ride such a beast without succumbing to their incinerating heat and voracious appetite.
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Forge World have adde two new Skaven figures to their Warhammer Forge range of fantasy figures. Skaven Exalted Vermin Lord From their announcement:
With auspicious timing, this week’s Warhammer Forge newsletter is heralded by the chittering of vermin and the scratching of needle-sharp claws as we unleash two new monsters upon the unsuspecting Old World: the Skaven Brood Horror and Exalted Vermin Lord. We attempted to send this newsletter yesterday, August 12th, but a strange horned shadow in the depths of the internet prevented us from doing so until today... Skaven Exalted Vermin Lord Few creatures in the Warhammer world are as horrific and unnatural as the so-called Vermin Lords. These incarnate icons of the Horned Rat are worshipped and feared in equal measure by the Skaven, for they are wiser and more wicked than any living Grey Seer. The Grey Lords themselves only summon these horrors at times of direst need, for they are loath to raise up what they cannot easily dismiss. Epitomising the lithe, twitching paranoia of their smaller rat-kin in a way no natural creature should, the Exalted Vermin Lord is a cyclopean fiend of unnatural size and power. Crouched atop a ruined pillar etched with the scratch-script of the Underfolk, with chunks of warpstone and the runes of its summoning embedded into its loathsome, squamous hide, the Exalted Vermin Lord clutches an immense, gnarled Doom Glaive in one palsied claw.
Forge World have released a new figure in their Warhammer Forge fantasy range - Magisterix Elspeth von Draken on Carmine Dragon. Magisterix Elspeth von Draken on Carmine Dragon From their announcement:
For three generations, the noble and gutter-scum of Nuln alike have whispered tales of the ‘Graveyard Rose’ Elspeth von Draken, Magisterix of the Amethyst College and arch-wizard of the Lore of Death. Von Draken is born of a long bloodline touched by the Winds of Magic, a bloodline that has produced both heroes and monsters in its time, and the Dark Lady of Nuln is undoubtedly one of the most powerful Amethyst wizards of the age. Appearing as a spectre of death, gowned in robes so black as to be woven from shadow and bearing a keening scythe, forged with Dark magic, Magisterix von Draken has long been a hidden defender of the Empire, and her life and acts in its defence are shrouded in both secrecy and suspicion.
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Forge World have announced the Chaos Dwarf Dreadquake Mortar. Chaos Dwarf Dreadquake Mortar From their announcement:
Chaos Dwarf Dreadquake Mortar The massive and terrifying Dreadquake Mortar is amongst the largest and most devastating of the siege engines fielded by the Dwai Zharr. Akin, in appearance at least, to the bombards used by other races, the Dreadquake Mortar uses a vast boiler to generate steam pressure to fire its munitions. The sorcerous energies bound within these immense, volatile shells explode on impact, striking the battlefield like a hammer blow and causing untold devastation. The Dreadquake Mortar is a huge war machine; a colossal mortar mounted upon an arcane steam carriage. The Mortar itself, designed by Tim Adcock and Keith Robertson, measures a mighty 8" long and towers over its four Chaos Dwarf crew figures and even its brutish, enslaved Ogre Loader. Experimental rules for this mechanical behemoth are available to download (PDF link) from the Forge World website, and are taken from the forthcoming Warhammer Forge book Tamurkhan: The Throne of Chaos. The Chaos Dwarf Dreadquake Mortar is available to pre-order now for despatch in the week commencing 25th July.
Carmine DragonForge World have added the 28mm Carmine Dragon figure to their online store. From their announcement:
Carmine Dragon Carmine Dragons are strange and rare beasts even amongst their storied kin; born, it is said, when a dragon's lair is saturated by the Amethyst wind of Death, the power of Shyish gathering and magnifying within the heart and soul of the beast yet to hatch. Carmine Dragons (sometimes known in dark legend as Encarmine Dragons) are named for their scales, which darken from a deep, ruby red when young to a purple so dark as to be almost black when they age, and many ancient tales hold them as spectres of death. Sinister, clever and deadly creatures, they are reputed to be found in murky swamps, ancient battle sites and the ruins of fallen cities - anywhere where the echoes of death and destruction on a grand scale will feed their power and the whispers of the dead will echo in the darkness of their lair. The Carmine Dragon, model designed by Trish Carden, is a complete resin kit packed with intricate detail that stands a majestic 8" (203mm) tall. Poised to unleash the devastating power of its magical breath, the Carmine Dragon has a 5" (125mm) wingspan and makes an ideal centrepiece for any Warhammer army.
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Forge World have announced two new Warhammer Forge Chaos Dwarf products available for pre-order. Chaos Dwarf Magma Cannon From their announcement:
Chaos Dwarf Magma Cannon The Magma Cannon is a terrifying war machine that is a nefarious amalgam of field artillery piece and furnace. Their exact design and source of ammunition often differ, as some fire sorcerously-bound, volcanic glass shells filled with volatile liquids while others comprise massive boilers which unleash jets of molten iron, caustic acids and sulphur. Whatever their appearance, the Magma Cannon is a devastating weapon against those who suffer the wrath of the Chaos Dwarfs. The Chaos Dwarf Magma Cannon, designed by Tim Adcock, is a finely detailed resin kit that contains three unique Chaos Dwarf crew designed by Edgar Skomorowski. While eminently effective as a stand-alone artillery piece, the Magma Cannon may also be towed by an Iron Daemon, allowing it great manoeuvrability across the battlefield and maximising its short-ranged destructive potential. Experimental rules for the Magma Cannon are available to download now (PDF link) from the Forge World website, taken from the Legion of Azgorh army list that will feature in Tamurkhan: The Throne of Chaos.
Forge World have announced two new releases for their Warhammer Forge fantasy range. Manann’s Blades Command Group From their announcement:
Captain Van Der Kraal and Manann’s Blades Command Group Pirate, mercenary, smuggler, gallows thief, Captain Edvard Van Der Kraal has been many things in his life, almost all of them disreputable. He has cheated Morr a great many times over the years, fighting against the dark-mist kindred of the Cursed Marshes and emerging victorious; raiding Norsca with fire and sword; even surviving being shipwrecked on the infamous Vampire Coast of Lustria and returning to tell the tale. Despite his ruthlessness, he is a man of his word which makes him rare indeed and much sought after as a mercenary.   The Manann’s Blades Command, designed by Steve Whitehead, comprises three complete miniatures: Captain Van Der Kraal himself along with a Standard Bearer and Musician, and is available to order now for immediate despatch. Full rules for this nefarious soldier of fortune and his ruthless followers will feature in the forthcoming Warhammer Forge book Tamurkhan: The Throne of Chaos.
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Forge World have added several sets of 28mm Chaos Dwarf figures for Warhammer Fantasy. Iron Daemon From their announcement:
Chaos Dwarf Iron Daemon The Chaos Dwarfs possess a mastery of steam technology that would make the Engineers of the Empire baulk in awe. The Chaos Dwarfs fuel these war machines with the resources of their cruel land. Primarily this is a form of coal which is ensorcelled to burn hotter and more constantly than would naturally be possible, but lesser materials such as wood can be pressed into service if needs be, and rumours abound of infernal devices that run on blood, ground bones and screaming souls. The Iron Daemon is a compact, steam-driven armoured traction engine. Its boilers allow it to haul smaller war machines and munitions to the battlefield, and simultaneously operates pressure-fed cannonades. This means that the Iron Daemon is a powerful war machine, a fully mobile artillery piece capable of smashing down fortifications and hacking apart ranks of soldiers with murderous ease.
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Forge World have added several new Warhammer Forge products to their online store. These are available for pre-order and will ship on April 26th. Nuln Ironsides command group From their announcement:
Castellan-Engineer Jubal Falk and Nuln Ironsides command group The current commander of the Nuln Ironsides is Jubal Falk, an engineer with a flair for tactical matters who many consider destined to become Guildmaster of the Gunnery School. Falk’s natural talents and dogged enforcement of strict discipline have earned him an honourable reputation, and he is well-respected by his men both for his skills as a battlefield engineer and as their leader. The Empire Ironsides Command Group, sculpted by Keith Robertson, comprises three complete resin miniatures: Castellan-Engineer Falk accompanied by a musician and a standard bearer. Together they create a complete command group for the Empire Ironsides Handgunner Conversion Set, which is available from the Warhammer Forge website.
Forge World is accepting pre-orders for two new Warhammer Forge figures. Tamurkhan the Maggot Lord on Bubebolos the Toad Dragon From their announcement:
Tamurkhan the Maggot Lord on Bubebolos the Toad Dragon The fell legend of Tamurkhan has been whispered for many centuries amongst the tribes of the Chaos Wastes. Some tales speak of him as a scion of the Great Kurgan, one of four sons each cast to the four winds to conquer and enslave. Others claim that he was once no more than vermin – a corpse-canker grown fat and clever on the spoils of the battlefield, swelled and transformed by the light of the Ruinous Powers. Whatever the truth, the Maggot Lord sits at the head of a great horde of decaying and bloated monstrosities, his mortal form cloaked in the flesh of an Ogre Tyrant, leading his warriors south to seek the fulfilment of an ancient prophecy.
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