New Tyranid Kits & 7th Rulebook Details

By Rob Baer | October 27th, 2014 | Categories: News / Rumors


More interesting time may be ahead for 40k, looks like new Tryanid monstrous creature models AND a “mini” 7th Ed rulebook release are on the way next weekend!

Checkout the details below, as reported on BoLS earlier.

Waaaghschale here from the German blog Waaaghgaming, bringing you the latest News and Rumours.

via Faeit 212 10-26-2014


Tyranid Toxiccrene/Maleceptor 1 miniature $73

Warhammer 40k: The Rules small format hardback $58

Tyranid Dice Tin 10dice $17


On a large oval base with 10 long tentacles and a face like a lictor.

A 5 wound t6 monstrous creature who is hypertoxic and shrouded. this means any hit gains instant death on a wound roll of a 6 due to a toxic cloud. This includes its close combat attacks and its choking cloud

Choking Cloud; 12″ assault1 ignores cover, lg blast. Chocking cloud is S3, poisoned 2+ and against open topped vehicles or any vehicle that has lost a hull point the attack gains armour bane.


A 4 legged beast with two large scything talons

A psyker level 2, synapse monstrous creature that has an invul save of 5+. It has shadows of the warp and a 4+ save.

It has the psychic power psychic overload, which is a 24″ focused witchfire. target must take a leadership test on 3d6 and vehicles count as leadership 10, failure causes d3 wounds no armor or cover saves allowed, and a causes a single glancing hit to vehicles, no cover save allowed. The maleceptor can do psychic overload three times a round, but cannot target the same model twice.

It can choose its remaining powers from the powers of the hive mind.

Lords of War Gaming said we will see new Tyranid creatures several weeks ago.
So this seems to fit.

It seems that we will finally get a small rulebook next week.

~ All right Party People what do you guys think, is this a good addition for the Tyranids or just meh?
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About the Author: Rob Baer

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