New Fall of Cadia Supplement Details – LATEST

By Rob Baer | January 2nd, 2017 | Categories: News / Rumors, Warhammer 40k
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White Dwarf magazines are starting to arrive around the world, come see the latest details for all the new Fall of Cadia releases that are coming next week!

What We Know For Sure About Gathering Storm: The Fall of Cadia From Games Workshop themselves:

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  • Abaddon is leading the 13th Black Crusade into the Cadia Gate once again.
  • GW has confirmed these Sister models are plastic, with Celestine being the first official plastic Sister:
  • The three “new” Characters are: Inquisitor Greyfax, Belisarius Cawl (Ad Mech), and Celestine the Living Saint!
  • There are datasheets in the new book for them and Belisarius was said to be T6 with 5 wounds. The opposite page from him also looked to have the rules for Canticles which may foreshadow his exact faction. Also apparently he has been running around for 10,000 years “doing something that will be revealed in this book”.
  • The “best Warhammer 40,000 story is starting in 2017, and will go on into 2018 and beyond.”

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New Fall of Cadia Details- Jan White Dwarf SPOTTED

One lucky hobbyist looks to have gotten his White Dwarf early in Germany, and is spilling the beans!

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New WD Images & Fall of Cadia Pricing REVEALED:

According to one Facebook Page these are the new releases for the Fall of Cadia and the Disciples of Tzeentch for Age of Sigmar:


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Does GW Hint At a New Lord of Change in Their Newest Videos?

Games Workshop just came in hot and dropped their teaser which may show an upcoming Lord of Change model from their new Disciples of Tzeentch supplement.

So looks like a HUGE lineup for releases for Jan 7th is on deck. Can your wallet withstand firepower of this magnitude?

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The Fall of Cadia Roundup

About the Author: Rob Baer

Virginia Restless, Miniature Painter & Single Father to 3 Cats. I blame LEGOs. There was something about those little-colored blocks that started it all... Twitter @catdaddymbg
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