Games Workshop have added several new Warhammer Beastmen models and units to their Advance Orders page.
Minotaurs are the largest of all the Beastmen warriors and are for the first time available as a multi-part plastic set, making it easier to field unique units of these towering brutes.
Bestigor are the elite of the Beastmen infantry. More aggressive and bloodthirsty than the rest of the warherd, they are armed with the best weapons and armour, and are an ideal unit to build your battle-line around.
The bulk of any Beastmen warherd is made up of braying units of Gors. Few foes can maintain their nerve in the face of a deafening, intimidating horde of Gors and large units of these tough, feral warriors are a must for any Beastmen general.
Ungor are the smaller cousins of the Gor and though less physically impressive, are far more cunning and dextrous. Now able to carry short bows and skirmish, Ungor are essential to the success of any warherd.
Warhammer Armies: Beastmen
The ultimate guide to the history and forces of the Beastmen, this is the first ever stand-alone Beastmen army book and contains all of the rules and information you’ll need to field a Beastmen army.
Doombulls are the most powerful Beastmen combat characters, capable of laying waste to entire regiments of Men or slaying Dragons.
Razorgor are a brand-new unit type that charge into enemy units like living chariots, delivering four Strength 6 Attacks.
Ghorros Warhoof has fathered thousands of powerful Centigors and grants any unit of Centigors he leads +1 Weapon Skill.
Malagor the Dark Omen
Malagor is a brand-new Bray-Shaman special character whose wicked presence makes it harder for enemy units to pass Leadership tests.