Even more Death Guard, and the new Adeptus Mechanicus are on the way. Come see the confirmed pricing for this week’s pre orders from Games Workshop.
Multiple Industry retailers have confirmed to us the following new releases this week From Games Workshop:
Codex: Adeptus Mechanicus $40
Accompanying Codex: Adeptus Mechanicus is the perfect leader for any army of the Machine God – Belisarius Cawl. This model will be available separately for the first time, making it easier than ever to add this mysterious hero to your forces.
Codex Adeptus Mechanus Collectors Edition (Web Exclusive) $80
Adeptus Mechanicus Datacards $15
Belisarius Cawl $55
As well as the Adeptus Mechanicus, there are new units on the way for the Death Guard, as a unit from the Horus Heresy rejoins the XIV Legion in gruesome fashion – meet the Deathshroud Terminators.
Deathshroud Terminators $60
Deathshroud Terminators keep their role from the Horus Heresy, acting as a heavily armoured bodyguard to your characters. Armed with toxic plaguespurt gauntlets, and deadly Manreapers, these guys are dangerous to infantry, tanks, and monsters alike, with 3 Strength 8 attacks in melee, each at AP -3 and dealing D3 damage apiece! Armed in Cataphractii Terminator Armour, the Deathshroud are very hard to kill, with Toughness 5, Disgustingly Resilient, a 2+ save and 2 Wounds. This durability makes them perfect for accompanying your key characters into war, as they’re capable of intercepting hits, even in melee!
Citadel Paint The App $FREE$
Eye of Night (Audiobook) $17.50
Watchers Throne The Emperor’s Legion (Hardback) $27
This week’s pre-orders are continuing the Death Guard releases with the Deathshroud Terminators, and we’re starting to see Adeptus Mechanicus already coming into the limelight. The new Citadel Paint app will also be available for download later this week. Makes sure you check back in with us tomorrow when we’ll have the full list of new pre-orders and their prices.
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