The Mastadon is coming from Forge World!The giant troop transport we have heard about will be coming from Forge World. These are some early WIP shots. Word is the top has been re-designed. Thanks to Raglan on the Horus Heresy Forum for…
Rules available here:
Leviathan with weapons £72 ($110)
Leviathan Body £46 ($70)
Weapons £13 each ($20)
Everyone needs one!
Besides the two individual novels, the Black Library released a special edition of 2,000.
The complete story of the battle between the Honoured and the Unburdened beneath the surface of Calth. Two old allies, now bitter foes, clash in the darkness, and only one will survive…
It’s both sides of the story in one gorgeous box set. Two interlinking stories set in the caverns beneath Calth see the Ultramarines and Word Bearers battle to the death. And it might just be everybody’s death, because there’s something else in the darkness waiting to be unleashed from beyond the veil…
I ordered all of them!
A good deal at 5 pairs for £3.50 (About $5.30)
Centurion Leather Straps
A even better deal at 6 for £2.00 (About $3.00)
Find them all on their website.
So what is the game like?Garro from the Heresy30K Forum played today and posted this summary:I played the first mission on saturday morning in store while waiting for pre-orders to go live.Very fun, simple to get into, and very blood thirsty. Her…
Happy Halloween to all gamers!May the Emperor give you treats rather than tricks today.Loken
So the $ 150 price seems right on!
I want 4 sets
From Forge World:
Consisting of 10 models, this unit is equipped with power axes and encased in reinforced void armour.
The Veletaris Storm Section with Power Axes is a complete multi-part resin kit that makes ten models. It includes ten 25mm round bases.
From Spikey Bits:
Details are emerging on Facebook of the Horus Heresy Game.
From Lords of War on Facebook
– THIS IS NOT A LIMITED RELEASE – this is a boxed game and the models maybe used for Forge World’s Age of Darkness. If you don’t own their books you are missing out.
– Follow up to the last point, BUY THE FORGE WORLD BOOKS THEY ARE OUTSTANDING AND WORTH EVERY DIME OR PENCE (for my English friends).
– The sales of the box will dictate what will be released next, how it will be released and when it will be released. ONCE AGAIN, IF THESE SITES SAY THEY KNOW WHAT IS COMING OUT, THEY’RE LYING.
So in summary, there are 38 miniatures for $150 USD based on multiple sources. Pics show Mk. IV marines, Cataphractii Terminators and a Contemptor with Kheres Assault cannon and multi-melta.
Retail will be $150 and thus it will be a considerable deal compared to Forge World.
The Horus Heresy is coming! GW released a teaser trailer. Expect details next week! Good hunting!Loken
- Power plant with four attachement points, approx 13mm high and 15mm wide.
- 4 x mechanical limb with an assortment of claws and cutting torches, each limb would be approx 25 long if fully extended straight.
- Power Wrench/Axe with integrated large bionic hand, for easy attachement to a miniatures wrist.
The other great part is alternate jet packs!
Exo-Lord Jet Packs
Set of Five unique Jet Packs suitable for use with Exo-Lords and similarly sized miniatures. Approx 25mm wide and 20mm tall.
The Jet Packs are single piece casts, but each has been designed with Air intakes and thrusters at different angles, allowing for more variety in posing.
Supplied on a scenic sprue which can be used in basing.
I love resin aftermarket parts and so should you!
Raven Guard goodness, but rather pricey!
Forge World released the Raven Guard Mor Deythan Strike Squad. But at £50 ($76.75 US) this is one of the more expensive 5 man units ever to come out of Forge World and fans are not happy. Discussion on the Horus Heresy Forum here.
Now I am not one to complain about Forge World prices, so I will get two squads for my Raven Guard, but still pricey!
From Forge World:
From Forge World:
Mechanicum Cerastus Knight-Atrapos
One of the rarest and most potent Knights, the Knight-Atrapos is a unique variant type of the Cerastus pattern. Bearing particularly rare and potent weaponry of annihilation, the Cerastus Knight-Atrapos was created solely to destroy heretek engines and xenos war machines whose very nature and existence were considered a blasphemy to the Omnissiah.
Well, I couldn’t make it to Open Day at Warhammer World, but thankfully my battle brothers at Battle Bunnies were there (it helps to actually live in the same country!).Make sure you check out their website as they are a bunch of guys totally dedicated…
Legio Mortis Transfer Sheet
Legio Gryphonicus Transfer Sheet
Legio Fureans Transfer Sheet
Legio Atarus Transfer Sheet
Legio Astorum Transfer Sheet
The Transfer Sheets are £16 or $24.25.
The Blood Angels are here! And they are looking good!
Blood Angels Legion Heads Upgrade Set £11.50 ($17.75)
Blood Angels Legion MkIII Shoulder Pads
Blood Angels Legion MkIV Shoulder Pads
From Forge World:
You can buy it here.
Rumors from BoLS!
Horus Heresy: Battle for Ultramar Miniatures Contents:
44 miniaturesArtificier Armor Centurion
Mk IV Maximus Marine Squad (x10)
Mk IV Maximus Marine Squad (x10)
Mk IV Maximus Marine Squad (x10) Cataphractii Terminator Praetor
Cataphractii Terminator Squad (x5)
Cataphractii Terminator Squad (x5)
Unknown model (conflicting reports say a “counter to Contemptor”, or simply a 2nd Contemptor)
Decal sheet for multiple legions, split evenly between Loyalist and Traitor Legions
Techmarine in Mk IV Armour
Techmarine in Mk III Armour
So lots of good reasons for you to part with your hard earned cash!
And now the rumors….
From 75Hastings69 7-27-2015
Regarding Horus Heresy Plastic Boxed Set:It’s not REALLY a starter set, it’s a standalone game, from which the models will be available from at a later date. The execution force assassin models weren’t snap fit either.
Regarding Horus Heresy & 40K rules in the future:
…I’ll share what I have heard, but this dates back a while as I pay very little interest to GW now.
I heard that 30k HH would be a boxed standalone game (like execution force was) and that the plastics contained within it would go on to form part of a larger 30k range and would be released some time later as individual box sets/clampacks, I was told that rules would be in those boxes, but that some boxes would contain rules for 30k AND 40k (and these boxes have BOTH logos on – yes there is a new 30k logo) so I assume it will be using a different ruleset to 40k (as there would be no point having rules for both systems in boxes if they were both the same). I was also told the plastic assassins would get clampack releases later and be released as part of the main 40k range….. as the box set is pretty much still quite widely available I don’t expect this to be soon, although I never had a timeframe in the first case.
As for your AoS style rule reboot question – I remember being told to expect 40k codexes (codices?) to be a thing of the past within 2 years, and that the rules would be in the box for each model/unit, but there would still be a core ruleset which the in box rules would obviously add to. I’ve not bought any AoS releases (nor do I intend to) so I don’t know if they have rules in the boxes (seems daft as when rules got FAQ’d (lol) or changed they’d need to repack ALL the boxes – seems even dafter that anything would actually bother with rules for AoS!!) or just online? I am going to leap to the conclusion that 40k probably WILL become more simplified like AoS, mainly because GW no longer see themselves as rules/games writers but just model sellers. How much more simplified I wouldn’t hazard a guess at. Whatever they decide to do you can bet it’s in the pipeline already, because myself and Harry were privately discussing the changes to WFB almost 3 years ago – I was told it was being canned and whilst we thought that was not the case and that AoS would be a continuation or refresh of it WFB HAS actually been canned and REPLACED by AoS, so these things are planned well ahead.
FW make huge sales from HH, there was no way that GW weren’t going to want in on the action! I expect FW to still produce the big kits/characters/customising kits but GW will provide the bulk of the models needed to play 30k. We can only hope that GW let FW handle the 30k rules/books and they just make the models for it. But keep in mind I was told that when the 30k RANGE hits the stores (not the standalone box game but the actual range) it will take over the store space that used to be taken up by LotR/Hobbit, so GW may want to keep tight hold of the reigns even though they are no longer committed to producing games?
…Having thought about this I think the unit/model rules for 30k & 40k will be online/WD rather than actually inside the box kits (I may have misinterpreted what my source said).
Also I should point out that as I understand it 40k and 30k will be very different games/rulesets, so it may be that 40k becomes like AoS and 30k is handled by FW (although this is just wishful thinking on the behalf of hobbyists the world over!).
Of course I may be completely wrong…… because that happens a lot
Renowned as the master of siege breaking, the Lord of Iron was also a skilled combatant. His personal armour, the Logos, incorporated sophisticated technologies and weapon systems, including a teleport homer, cortex controller and a wrist-mounted cannon of Perturabo’s own devising, which had a level of raw destructive firepower far in excess of its class. After Ferrus Manus’ death on Isstvan V, Perturabo also wielded his brother’s hammer, Forgebreaker, brutally adapted for his own use.
Perturabo, Primarch of the Iron Warriors, is the latest addition to the Horus Heresy Character Series. His unique armour is incredibly detailed and includes ammo feeds for his wrist-mounted cannon, as well as the markings of his Legion. Two right hands are included in this kit with the options of a clenched fist or the thunder-hammer Forgebreaker. Perturabo is provided with a 40mm gaming base and a 60mm scenic base that depicts the ruined chassis of a Cerastus Knight.
Rules for using Perturabo, Primarch of the Iron Warriors, in Horus Heresy games can be found in The Horus Heresy Book Three – Extermination.
This is a multi-part resin kit and is presented in a stylish Horus Heresy Character Series box.
Perturabo, Primarch of the Iron Warriors is available for pre-order today for despatch from Friday 17th July.
Those who have witnessed this loathsome disciple of Nurgle in action tell of a tidal wave of rot and disease which spills before Cor’bax as he enters the battlefield. Life corrupts at his touch, and any mortals unfortunate enough to survive are snapped up whole within his gaping maw to slowly perish and fuel the gifts of Nurgle Cor’bax will generously bestow upon the next world he attacks.
Cor’bax Utterblight, Daemon Prince of the Ruinstorm, is the latest addition to Forge World’s Horus Heresy Character Series. He stands more than twice the height of a man and his body is festooned with tentacles, spikes and the remains of those he has devoured, whilst a bloated tongue protrudes from his tooth-filled maw. A trio of Nurglings are also included for you to position on Cor’bax Utterblight or over his 120mm oval base.
Rules for using Cor’bax Utterblight in Horus Heresy games or standard games of Warhammer 40,000 can be found HERE.
Cor’bax Utterblight, Daemon Prince of the Ruinstorm, is available to pre-order today for despatch from Friday 24th July.
Order him on the Forge World website for £70 or $ 109.
These vile engines of destruction will have had many gifts bestowed upon them in return for their devotion to the dark gods. Some Chaos Knights may be refitted with powerful and tainted weaponry, augmenting their already fearsome strength in close combat with foe-reaper chainswords, barbarous corruptions of reaper chainswords adapted to gouge and eviscerate all who get within their reach. Whilst those who have given themselves over fully to one of the Chaos gods receive malevolent powers, granting them unnatural and terrifying abilities that few can match and defend against.
This kit, which stands at over 17cm tall, includes all of the parts needed to build either a Chaos Knight Paladin or Chaos Knight Errant. Its carapace, weapons and armour plates are adorned with the markings displaying their devotion to the powers of Chaos, and the kit also includes a foe-reaper chainsword and desecrated optional heraldic plates.
Rules for using the Chaos Knight in games of Warhammer 40,000 can be found HERE.
This is a multi-part resin and plastic kit with multiple options. It includes a 170mm oval base.
The Chaos Knight is available to pre-order today for despatch from Friday 24th July.
Order him on the Forge World website for £115 or $ 179.
Things coming from Forge World:
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From The Black Library:
Soon after word reached Terra of Horus’s nascent rebellion, Mars fell. Rogue elements within the Mechanicum priesthood, stirred by the Warmaster’s promises of independence and prosperity, turned against the Imperium and forced the primarch Rogal Dorn to order an impenetrable blockade of the Red Planet. Now it has become clear that the corruption has spread too deep, and that more drastic measures must be taken if the Forge World Principal is to be reclaimed. Calling upon the expertise of those who witnessed the so-called ‘Death of Innocence’ firsthand, Lord Dorn and Malcador the Sigillite consider their final solution – the complete extermination of all life on Mars.
Read it because
The Horus Heresy returns to the Solar System… No, we’re not at that battle quite yet. But what are the lords of Terra going to do about Mars…? Cybernetica delves into some of the darkest secrets of the Mechanicum and shows the lengths to which the Imperium is willing to go – and the rules they are willing to break – to exterminate the traitors.
About this edition
This limited edition will be available to order from Friday the 24th of July. Be amongst the first to secure your copy by setting your reminder or signing up for Comm-Feed. To whet your appetite for the story, download a free wallpaper of the cover art below.
Find it on the Forge World website.
The rules are out already:
And a nice summary from our friends at BoLS: