This release comes hot on the heels of the "Blood of the Phoenix" boxed set release.
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That's really cool, and something I have absolutely no experience with trying, as of yet. Not yet. Soon. What do you think of this boxed set for Warhammer 40,000? Do you like the aesthetic of the Space Marine army? Or would you rather see something like Necrons, Tyranids, or Tau? Or perhaps you just want to see more Warhammer: Age[...]
But today, we here at Bleeding Cool found out that Games Workshop is releasing three all-new Start Collecting! Boxes for their remarkable fantasy wargame, Warhammer: Age of Sigmar This release also heralds the return of the Seraphon into the modernized, streamlined fray of Age of Sigmar with a new Battletome geared for the newer ruleset. Hey look, it's[...]
We got a chance to review the "Start Collecting! Sylvaneth" box for Games Workshop's acclaimed miniatures-based wargame Warhammer: Age of Sigmar, and that's just what we're doing! Source: Games Workshop (photo credit: Josh Nelson) So, this box comes with a Tree Lord (the large infantry unit shown as a centerpiece of the box), a Branchwych (usable as[...]
Games Workshop is getting really, really busy this Valentine's Day weekend! They are planning a plethora of new releases for a large variety of games in their IP, not the least of which is Warcry, their skirmisher based in the world of Warhammer: Age of Sigmar. Source: Games Workshop According to the Warhammer Community, a veritable source for Games workshop[...]
Even though the old art above this paragraph shows a number of skulls in the imagery of the weapons, it is entirely plausible that the Chaos Dwarfs, who we have not seen much of at all as of Warhammer: Age of Sigmar, will be reworked heavily when they inevitably, albeit eventually, get a release in plastic. Source:[...]
Greetings, loyal readers! Today I have a treat for those of you who are invested in Warhammer: Age of Sigmar, one of Games Workshop's beloved wargames, in the form of a battle report On Thursday, I took my Maggotkin of Nurgle over to my local gaming store to test the waters of combat and see how[...]
This massive reveal encompasses many different games, from Warhammer 40,000 to Warhammer: Age of Sigmar, to Warhammer Quest and beyond To be frank, that's a whole lot of Warhammer! Let's look into this. Source: Games Workshop First to be revealed by the Warhammer Community news hub for Games Workshop models was a smattering of Adeptus Mechanicus for Warhammer 40,000[...]
Hello once again, loyal readers! Do you ever have that feeling after you've cleaned your room, that impending sense of dread that something is amiss… And then you take a good whiff of the room and it just smells like rot? And then, naturally, you scour the room for anything fetid and find a banana[...]
Hello loyal readers! We at Bleeding Cool got a chance to review Games Workshop's model for Katakros, Mortarch of the Necropolis and Supreme Strategist of the Ossiarch Empire* for Warhammer: Age of Sigmar! (*: Please note that while this model's full name is indeed "Katakros, Mortarch of the Necropolis" and given the epithet of "Supreme Strategist[...]
Games Workshop is expanding its empires at an astronomical pace. There is going to be a television show based on their Warhammer 40,000 brand of hobbyist wargames!
New Adeptus Sororitas goodies for Warhammer 40,000 are available to be preordered on Games Workshop's web store!
Greetings, loyal readers! Last night, under the light of a disgustingly clear moon, I received two boxed sets from Gams Workshop, the company responsible for Warhammer 40,000, Warhammer: Age of Sigmar, and other specialty wargames One of these I will discuss in a few days when I have adequate time to digest the contents, but[...]
Or was it my fiance herself? I think I got her ill, though, so I'm not sure there… Maybe it was the mere prospect of another blessing from Grandpapa Nurgle himself: a Feculent Gnarlmaw! Source: Games Workshop (photo credit: Josh Nelson) Today, we will be reviewing the Feculent Gnarlmaw terrain piece by Games Workshop, the company behind such popular wargames[...]
Warhammer: Age of Sigmar has had a huge amount of Elvish races within the game's auspices, under the revised blanket term "Aelves" They've had the Sylvaneth (Wood Aelves), Idoneth (Deepkin, who I've tried out in Warcry before), and the infamous Daughters of Khaine (Snake Aelves…?). Source: Games Workshop But today, on January 4th, 2020, Games Workshop's own[...]