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11Jan/240

Warhammer The Old World – Kingdom of Bretonnia Duke on Royal Pegasus

The second new hero from the core sets of the Warhammer The Old World range is the combined Duke / Baron on Royal Pegasus from the Kingdom of Bretonnia set.

Just like the Necrolith Bone Dragon This model is currently only available as part of the starter set and will be released on January 20th as well.

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There are minimal pictures of the baron variant of this kit. In the beginning I thought that the Battle Standard Bearer and Duke/Baron would be one kit, but they are two different sets. More on that further below. While we do not have a price for this model, it is very likely it will cost the same as the Battle Standard Bearer on Royal Pegasus, which is 55 EUR RRP.

10Jan/240

Warhammer The Old World – Tomb King of Khemri High Priest on Necrolith Bone Dragon

We covered the unboxing of the already out of stock core sets on the day of the pre-order and will look into the new models, which means in case of the Tomb Kings of Khemri the High Priest or Tomb King on Necrolith Bone Dragon.

This model is currently only available as part of the starter set and will be released on January 20th.

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The Necrolith Bone Dragon is spread across two large sprues, including the parts for the monster itself, along with the palanquin for the High Priest and Tomb King. In addition, you will find a large 100 by 150 mm large rectangular base for this model. It doesn't come with decals.

6Jan/240

Warhammer The Old World – Tomb Kings of Khemri Unboxing

The second core set for Warhammer The Old World covers the Tomb Kings of Khemri, and is set for pre-order on Saturday January 6th, with a two-week pre-run for delivery on January 20th. This boxed set is a bit more expensive than the Kingdom of Bretonnia edition, with a RRP of 230 EUR / 175 GBP.

Warhammer The Old World - Tomb Kings of Khemri

This core set will be available in English, German and French and cover a total of 93 miniatures.

6Jan/240

Warhammer The Old World – Kingdom of Bretonnia Unboxing

We've talked about the upcoming Warhammer The Old World Pre-Order last Monday and today the vast list of items is ready to order, with delivery on January 20th (so in 2 weeks' time). As you might know, this new game won't come with a classic two army starter, but army bundles that include the new rulebook as a hardcover, and for the release there are two sets, the Kingdom of Bretonnia and the Tomb Kings of Khemri. We're going to cover both of them today, and start with the Kingdom of Bretonnia.

Warhammer The Old World - Kingdom of Bretonnia

This is the cheaper one of the two and costs 206 EUR / 155 EUR, with a total of 76 miniatures. It is available in English, German and French.

It is a huge, stable box set with glossy prints on all sides. You can see the back below, and the lower part shows two of the painted units, the Men-at-arms and Knights of the Realm. As you can see, the Bretonnians look more uniform than they looked in "regular" Warhammer Fantasy. They go into detail on this in Warhammer Community and to a certain degree, this is the fantasy-counter-part of the pre-heresy paint jobs of some of the Legiones Astartes.

6Jan/240

Warhammer 40,000 Kill Team – Salvation

With Salvation the next season of Kill Team starts, leaving Gallowdark behind and opening up something new. And with the new season, a few things have changed. The big boxes were split, so you have now a separate Killzone: Bheta-Decima box with the terrain features, and in this case the Salvation boxed set for the two Kill Teams, in this case Space Marine Scouts and Aeldari Striking Scorpions, as the new season focuses more on spec ops and infiltration.

None of the boxes are stand-alones, you will still need the Core Rulebook to play. The lite rules are free to download on Warhammer Community. Anyhow, today we're just looking at the Salvation boxed set.

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15Dec/230

Legions Imperialis – Let us build a city

After providing an overview on the Civitas Imperialis range by Games Workshop we want to take a look into how terrain works in Legions Imperialis, what we need and what might have changed in comparison to for example Adeptus Titanicus.

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The most obvious difference is, that the eye-level of the units has changed. While in Titanicus you have maniples of Titans, and you need buildings tall enough to provide cover for these huge machines, this gets much closer to ground with Legions Imperialis.

23Nov/230

Legions Imperialis – Adeptus Titanicus

The core rules of Legions Imperialis give you the option to include most, if not all, available options from the Collegio Titanica for your armies as strategic assets. A lot of people were afraid, that Adeptus Titanicus would fall to the same fate as Aeronautica Imperialis did, but not to worry, the magnificent plastic kits are just repacked, as you will have noticed by now from the Pre-Order and from the inlay in the new core set.

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You can still buy the Adeptus Titanicus core set (covering 2 reavers and 2 warhounds, along with the rulebook) and with the addition of the Campaign Compendium and one of the allegiance books (Traitor or Loyalist) you would - rulewise - have everything to play Titanicus. I recommend the addition of one of the maniple boxed sets, but more on the below.

21Nov/230

Legions Imperialis – Warhound Scout Titan

While we talk about super heavy and heavy armour with the likes of Baneblade and Kratos, there are far bigger warmachines available for Legions Imperialis with the use of the Adeptus Titanicus range from 2018. These boxes will now come repacked with additional content (bases) for the dual use in both systems. And while we already covered the Warhound Scout Titans in 2018 in its initial Double-Box release, we will do an updated review on the variant for  Legions Imperialis, as we now have more weaponry!

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What is new about the LI variant of the Warhound? Well similar to a lot of other Titanicus releases, Games Workshop swapped the weapon sprue. We have seen this with the Reaver Titan, where they replaced the Laser/Gatling Blaster with Power Fist for Melta Cannon and Chain Fist, the Warlord Titan, with Volcano Cannon or  Sunfury Plasma Annihilators and even Warmaster Titan, where the Plasma Destructors got replaced with an Iconoclast weapon system.

20Nov/230

Legions Imperialis – Legiones Astartes Kratos Heavy Tank Squadron

The Heavy armour for the Legiones Astartes is here, with the Kratos Heavy Tank.

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The Kratos is a new type of vehicle for the Horus Heresy, that was introduced in full scale as a plastic kit in 2022 for the release of the 2nd edition. It is bigger than the Sicaran, whose resin kit was replaced by a plastic kit as well last year. And now you can have both them, again in plastic, for Legions Imperialis.

While the Sicaran is currently exclusive to the core set, you can get the Kratos Heavy Tank Squadron of four, as part of the first wave for the game at a RRP of 40 EUR / 30 GBP.

19Nov/230

Legions Imperialis – Solar Auxilia Baneblade Squadron

We gave you the overview on the content of the core set, so let's continue with the additional content of the first wave and the first super heavy options for the Solar Auxilia - the Baneblade Squadron!

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This kit comes with two sprues at a RRP of 40 EURs / 30 GBP, each sprue covers enough parts to build either a Baneblade or a Hellhammer.