Is it for you? Come see the newest magazine to introduce hobbyists into the game of Warhammer 40k 8th Edition.
The Getting Started With Warhammer 40K magazine is chock full of information regarding how to play, rules, a battle report, painting guides, and more that will not only benefit new players and veterans alike.
Games Workshop did the same thing last year for Age Of Sigmar and that did wonders for the game. The Getting Started magazine is perfect for those who haven’t gotten on board with 8th Edition or are new to the hobby in general.
Below is a quick and dirty review of the Getting Started With Warhammer 40k.
Veterans may wonder why they should even look at this magazine. Well Games Workshop has put in a few teasers, such as the Nurgle Tank and Primaris Grav Tank in action in the included battle report.
The paint guides are also a valuable resource for your hobbying experience. They really is no negative for not giving this magazine a try. It even includes a FREE Easy To Build Primaris Marine and comes on a sculpted textured base.
Everything you need to get started in the galaxy of Warhammer 40,000, this magazine is the perfect purchase for the absolute beginner who’d like to dip their toes in the hobby of collecting, building, painting and playing with Citadel miniatures. It explains in easy to follow terms how to get started, and even comes with a free push-fit Primaris Space Marine Intercessor miniature!
Contained in the 104-page magazine:
– A history of the Warhammer 40,000 setting – the story so far, the state of the galaxy and the dramatic history that led to it;
– A guide to the armies you can collect and play with in Warhammer 40,000, showing you their motivations and introducing their histories;
– Guidance on collecting Citadel miniatures – while you can simply pick up any that catch your eye, for many the hobby is about specific armies or types of miniature. This guide includes three example collections for inspiration, with a further showcase of beautifully-painted miniatures from a variety of armies;
– A detailed Battle Report – watch as the heroic Ultramarines take on the vile Death Guard in a tense fight to the end;
– A guide to some of the most famous war zones of Warhammer 40,000, and the epic battles that took place there;
– An introduction to painting Citadel miniatures using the Citadel Paint System, with a guide to paints, brushes and step-by-step instructions showing how to paint a variety of miniatures – including your free Intercessor!
– The core rules – the basic ruleset for playing games of Warhammer 40,000, with each phase broken down into simple explanations. There’s even a mission included to get you playing right away!
The Getting Started With Warhammer 40K magazine is available now. Be sure to press play below for our full quick and dirty review!
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