HORUS HERESY: LEVIATHAN SIEGE DREADNOUGHT WITH CLAW AND DRILL WEAPONS (PRE ORDER 13/8)

Key Features A gargantuan Heavy Support choice for all Legiones Astartes armies A nigh-invincible behemoth that crushes any foe with its brutal melee weapons Customise your Dreadnought with a variety of armour plates and poses Heavily-armed and impressively armoured, the Leviathan Siege Dreadnought is an alternative development of the highly successful Contemptor design. These rare and mighty engines are prized by Astartes commanders, recognised as savagely powerful siege and hunter-killer units that can crush any opposition with an unstoppable wrecking charge. Yet such overwhelming strength comes at a cost – a Leviathan's systems place an onerous and ultimately lethal strain upon its occupant, the entombed incumbent burning brightly but only briefly in their second life. This multipart plastic kit builds one Leviathan Siege Dreadnought, an intimidating armoured walker equipped with deadly melee weapons. Each of the Leviathan's mechanical fists are armed with a built-in meltagun, and can be assembled as either a crushing siege claw or grinding siege drill, with individually posable digits. The Dreadnought's torso houses a pair of additional weapons – your choice of heavy flamers or twin-linked volkite calivers – and it can also be armed with an optional hull-mounted phosphex discharger. This impressively customisable kit includes a choice of three different chest plates, two different cowls, and three different groin armour plates. The Dreadnought's joints and head can all be positioned separately for a range of poses, with alternate cables for different arm poses, and foot options to give the appearance of stomping forward or planting its feet to receive a charge. This kit comprises 153 plastic components and is supplied with a Citadel 80mm Round Base, as well as a Legiones Astartes Vehicle Transfer Sheet containing 44 optional markings and icons for the Sons of Horus and Imperial Fists Legions. This miniature is supplied unpainted and requires assembly – we recommend using Citadel Plastic Glue and Citadel paints. This kit is compatible with the Leviathan Dreadnought Ranged Weapons Frame, allowing you to outfit your Dreadnought with a variety of powerful heavy munitions. You will need a copy of the Warhammer: The Horus Heresy – Age of Darkness Rulebook and either the Liber Astartes: Loyalist Legiones Astartes Army Book or Liber Hereticus: Traitor Legiones Astartes Army Book to make full use of this model in games of Warhammer: The Horus Heresy.
$145.00
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HORUS HERESY: LEGION CATAPHRACTII PRAETOR & CHAPLAIN CONSUL

Key Features A pair of powerful HQ choices to command your Legiones Astartes armies The Praetor’s Cataphractii armour shrugs off all but the most grievous wounds The Chaplain Consul is armed with fierce charisma and a deadly Crozius Arcanum Praetors are the mightiest warriors and battle-leaders of the Space Marine Legions, second only to the god-like Primarchs in martial skill and generalship. Those that choose to march to war clad in Cataphractii Terminator armour place great value in its enhanced resilience, which can stoically weather even the heaviest of incoming fire. These hulking warlords stride into the thickest fighting, leading their warriors to victory across hundreds of battlefields. The Chaplain Order, established towards the end of the Great Crusade, was intended to create a cadre of fearsome veteran warriors who would enforce a cohesion of doctrine and belief in the scattered and increasingly idiosyncratic Legions. These officers are a fanatical exemplar of the martial oaths of the Astartes, wielding their deadly badge of office – the Crozius Arcanum – as they inspire their allies on the battlefield. This multipart plastic kit builds one Legion Cataphractii Praetor and one Legion Chaplain Consul. These each make ideal leaders for a Legiones Astartes force, and can lend support to larger armies where needed. Clad in formidable Cataphractii Terminator armour, the Praetor can survive a barrage of firepower to strike back with his roaring chainfist and devastating combi-melta. He can alternatively be fielded as a Legion Cataphractii Centurion. The Legion Chaplain Consul rouses his comrades into an unyielding fury, armed with a plasma pistol and an ornate Crozius Arcanium. These models have no Legion markings, allowing Warhammer hobbyists to paint them in whichever colours they choose – however, the box includes a transfer sheet with 339 optional markings and iconography for the Sons of Horus and Imperial Fists Legions. This set comprises 12 plastic components, and is supplied with a Citadel 32mm Round Base, a Citadel 40mm Round Base, and a Legiones Astartes Infantry Transfer Sheet. These miniatures are supplied unpainted and requires assembly – we recommend using Citadel Plastic Glue and Citadel paints. You will need a copy of the Warhammer: The Horus Heresy – Age of Darkness Rulebook and either the Liber Astartes: Loyalist Legiones Astartes Army Book or Liber Hereticus: Traitor Legiones Astartes Army Book to make full use of these models.
$95.00
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HORUS HERESY: GEIGOR FELL-HAND

Key Features A vengeful HQ choice for Space Wolves armies of the Legiones Astartes Armed with a vicious frost claw relic Hunt down and butcher enemy leaders at the head of a war pack Prideful and impetuous, Geigor Fell-Hand is a Thegn of the Space Wolves with a long record of valorous deeds. Yet despite his skill and fury as a warrior, Geigor's record as a commander is marred by a number of battlefield reversals – most notably the loss of his entire war pack while fighting alongside the Thousand Sons, after his allies retreated in the face of an Ork onslaught. Geigor harboured a bitter grudge against the XV Legion for this perceived betrayal – and leapt at the chance to punish them in the Censure of Prospero. This multipart plastic kit builds one Geigor Fell-Hand, Commander of the Broken Claw. Armed with his relic frost claw, The Fell-Hand, and decorated with the furs and knotwork characteristic of Fenris, Geigor is a devastating close combat fighter with a particular fondness for hunting down enemy leaders alongside a retinue of elite warriors. As a Thegn of the Space Wolves, Geigor is a commander to equal any other Legion's Praetors, making him an ideal choice to lead a Space Wolves army for Warhammer: The Horus Heresy when fast, brutal assaults are the best course of action. This set comprises 12 plastic components, and is supplied with a Citadel 32mm Round Base. This miniature is supplied unpainted and requires assembly – we recommend using Citadel Plastic Glue and Citadel paints. You will need a copy of the Warhammer: The Horus Heresy – Age of Darkness Rulebook and Liber Astartes: Loyalist Legiones Astartes Army Book to make full use of this model.
$57.00
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HORUS HERESY: LEGION MKVI TACTICAL SQUAD

Key Features Troops in advanced MKVI 'Corvus Armour' Build the core of a Legiones Astartes army with two 10-man units or one 20-man unit Upgrade your squads with command gear, bayonets, and customisable Sergeants Tactical Squads are the mainstay of the Space Marine Legions, highly versatile infantry units that can attack or defend at will, assault heavily fortified positions, and take and hold strategic objectives – or simply slaughter the enemy – in almost any terrain or situation. All 18 Legions make heavy use of Tactical Squads in different ways – it is by the fighting power of thousands of superhuman warriors such as these, armed with deadly bolters and armoured for battle in the harshest of war zones, that the Imperium has beat a bloody path across the galaxy at the head of the Great Crusade. MKVI 'Corvus' Power Armour is the most advanced mark of power armour approved for mass production at the time of the Horus Heresy, featuring an iconic 'beakie' helmet packed with additional sensor equipment. Production of these suits continued even as Forge Worlds were rocked by vicious civil wars, and the armour became commonplace in the years following the end of the Heresy. This multipart plastic kit builds 20 Space Marine Legionaries, which can be fielded in games of Warhammer: The Horus Heresy as a Legion Tactical Squad of 20 models, or two units of 10 models. Each of these Legionaries is armed with a Umbra-pattern bolter and bolt pistol, with a variety of additional components such as grenades and pouches, and can also be equipped with a bayonet or chain bayonet for melee fighting. You can also build up to two Legionaries with a Legion vexilla, two with a nuncio-vox, and two with an augury scanner. Accessories and alternate heads are included to build a Legion Tactical Sergeant for each of your squads – the kit offers a variety of extra weapon options for these unit leaders, including plasma pistols, power swords, power fists, and lightning claws. These models have no Legion markings, allowing Warhammer hobbyists to paint them in whichever colours they choose – however, the box includes a transfer sheet with 339 optional markings and iconography for the Sons of Horus and Imperial Fists Legions. This set comprises 352 plastic components, and is supplied with 20x Citadel 32mm Round Bases and 1x Legiones Astartes Infantry Transfer Sheet. These miniatures are supplied unpainted and require assembly – we recommend using Citadel Plastic Glue and Citadel paints. You will need a copy of the Warhammer: The Horus Heresy – Age of Darkness Rulebook and either the Liber Astartes: Loyalist Legiones Astartes Army Book or Liber Hereticus: Traitor Legiones Astartes Army Book to make full use of these models.
$145.00
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WARHAMMER: THE HORUS HERESY – AGE OF DARKNESS RULEBOOK (HARDBACK)

Key Features The definitive guide for playing games set in the Age of Darkness Everything you need to know to collect, paint, and play through the epic war that changed the course of galactic history Supports narrative, competitive, and open play, with games for every type of hobbyist The Imperium stretches across countless worlds, a newborn empire on the brink of ultimate victory. Yet at the peak of this golden age of conquest, the galaxy has been plunged into an Age of Darkness. Horus Lupercal, Warmaster of the Emperor's armies, has turned against his gene-father – and the eighteen Space Marine Legions, once united in a Great Crusade to consolidate all humanity beneath the Emperor’s banner, are riven by betrayal. This is the Horus Heresy – the bloodiest conflict humanity has ever known, civil war on a galactic scale, in which superhuman soldiers clad in advanced armour turn devastating weapons upon those they called brothers. Where do your loyalties lie? Warhammer: The Horus Heresy is a miniatures wargame that pits mighty armies against each other in apocalyptic tabletop battles. Choose your favoured Loyalist or Traitor faction, from the knightly Dark Angels to the duplicitous Alpha Legion, build your own army from a range of spectacular Citadel and Forge World miniatures, and clash with fellow players in wargames of staggering tactical depth. The BookThis 336-page hardback book is a treasure trove of lore, illustrations, and background information for the far-future setting of Warhammer: The Horus Heresy, with comprehensive guides to help you build and paint your collection of models. It also includes the core rules for reenacting the ferocious conflicts of the Age of Darkness with your own armies, and an explanation of different modes of play to suit any hobbyist. AGE OF DARKNESSThe book opens with a full exploration of the galaxy in which the wars of the Horus Heresy are fought – from its dark past to its shining peak – and the technologies, factions, armies, and ideals that came to dominate it. – The Age of the Emperor: An overview of humanity's fall and the Imperium's rise. You’ll learn about the Age of Strife from which the Emperor arose, the Great Crusade he began to unite the galaxy under his banner, and some of the most important groups he founded or aligned himself with to support this epic undertaking. – The Imperium of Mankind: A closer look at the structure of the Imperium at the advent of the Horus Heresy. You’ll learn about some of the most important events, people, and groups that dominated humanity's destiny. This section also explains the significance of the Warp, psykers, and the Imperial Truth – the strict, rationalist philosophy the Emperor imposed on his conquests. – The Legiones Astartes: The Space Marines are far more than just an army. They’re genetically modified, equipped with the finest wargear, and psycho-indoctrinated in a rigorous and brutal process that creates ideal weapons of war. This massive, in-depth section explains just what goes into creating a Space Marine, illustrates the various types of weapons and power armour employed by the Legions, and provides a dedicated look at each of the 18 Space Marine Legions, including information on their distinctive history, tactics, organisation, and the mighty Primarchs that lead them – as well as a visual guide to their heraldry and colour schemes. – Additional Factions: Despite being primarily a war between the Legiones Astartes, many other armies are involved in the Horus Heresy, including the Talons of the Emperor, the Solar Auxilia, and Mechanicum. This section explains the roles these groups played in the Imperium – and its downfall – including their histories, favoured tactics, and military structures. – An Age of Darkness: At the dawn of the 31st Millennium, the Emperor's favoured son plunged the galaxy into darkness. This section delves into the opening acts of the Horus Heresy, setting the stage for the most devastating war in human history. It includes a summary of the brutal events of the Isstvan Drop Site Massacre, the advances made by the Traitor war machine, and the emergence of the cosmic Ruinstorm, from which daemonic entities spill into reality. – Pivotal Events of the Horus Heresy: An in-depth timeline of major conflicts and engagements within the Horus Heresy itself, leading up to the final Siege of Terra. This section offers crucial insight into where the Legions are, who they're fighting, and what terrible grudges are being formed at various stages of the war. PLAYING THE GAMEYou'll then learn how to play Warhammer: the Horus Heresy on the tabletop, with all the core rules you'll need to make full use of its supplements. – Core Rules: You’ll learn about the general principles of the game, its turns and phases, how to command your units, measure distances, shoot at enemies, and charge into melee. You’ll also learn about Reactions, which allow each player to respond to unfolding events even when it's not their turn. – Unit Types: The Age of Darkness is dominated by mighty heroes and terrifying war machines. This section explains how to use distinct unit types, such as Characters, Vehicles, and Automata, as well as the unnatural Psychic Powers that can be wielded in battle. – Terrain: The galaxy is littered with exotic and dangerous battlefields. This section provides rules for using different kinds of terrain on your tabletop, including Barricades, Jungles, and Ruins, as well as how to claim Fortifications and use a variety of Buildings. – Special Rules: The battles of the Horus Heresy encompass a huge variety of soldiers and equipment, each with their own unique qualities. This section offers a centralised roster of all the universal special rules that govern different units and weapons, from cunning Scouts to explosive Blast weapons. GAMING IN THE AGE OF DARKNESSThis final section provides an overview of the Warhammer: The Horus Heresy hobby, whether setting up games or building an army of your own. – Showcase: The book includes a photographic showcase of seven stunning Legiones Astartes armies from different hobbyists, including commentary on how they chose to collect, build, and paint that faction. It also offers four battlefield showcases, demonstrating the cinematic ways you can recreate the settings of the Age of Darkness. – Modes of Play: Different hobbyists enjoy different kinds of gameplay. This section breaks down the various ways to play your games, including the broad categories of Narrative Play, Matched Play, and Open Play, as well as Campaigns and even team games. – Preparing for Battle: This section explains how to start (and finish) a game, including Force Organisation Charts for assembling your army list, a guide to setting up your table and deploying your armies, a variety of victory conditions, and six missions and six deployment maps to combine for standard games. – Reference & Index: The book closes out with a reference section, with quick-and-simple rules summaries to help your games run smoothly, and a lengthy index to make looking up specific rules much easier.
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HORUS HERESY: SPECIAL WEAPONS UPGRADE SET

Key Features Upgrade your MKVI Tactical Squad Legionaries into Tactical Support Squads Contains 60 special weapons - flamers, meltaguns, plasma guns, rotor cannons, volkite calivers, and volkite chargers Outfit up to 12 separate squads with guns to suit any situation Tactical Support Squads replace the utilitarian bolter of their comrades with more specialised weapons, enabling a Legiones Astartes strike force to act with even more versatility and engage a wider range of targets on its own terms. Each of the armaments used by Tactical Support Squads has its place – flamers are ideal for clearing bunkers, trenches, and urban zones, while rapid-firing rotor cannons see use against hordes of lightly-armoured foes. Meltaguns provide bursts of thermic energy for tank-busting, and volatile plasma guns can melt even heavily-armoured elites. Arcane volkite weapons – both the volkite caliver and lighter volkite charger – sear through targets with beams of thermal energy. This plastic upgrade kit can be used to equip Legionaries from the MKVI Tactical Squad set with powerful special weapons, suitable for use in a Legion Tactical Support Squad. The kit includes 10 flamers, 10 plasma guns, 10 meltaguns, 10 rotor cannons, 10 volkite chargers, and 10 volkite calivers, allowing you to upgrade up to three full MKVI Tactical Squad sets into six Tactical Support Squads of 10 models, or 12 units of five models. The kit includes five slightly different designs for each type of special weapon, ensuring your Legionaries will remain distinct when massed on the battlefield. This upgrade kit comprises 100 plastic components and is designed to be assembled with the MKVI Tactical Squad set, which is sold separately. These components are supplied unpainted and require assembly – we recommend using Citadel Plastic Glue and Citadel paints. You will need a copy of the Warhammer: The Horus Heresy – Age of Darkness Rulebook and either the Liber Astartes: Loyalist Legiones Astartes Army Book or Liber Hereticus: Traitor Legiones Astartes Army Book to make full use of these upgrades.
$80.00
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HORUS HERESY: HEAVY WEAPONS UPGRADE SET – MISSILE LAUNCHERS AND HEAVY BOLTERS

Key Features Upgrade your MKVI Tactical Squad Legionaries into Heavy Support Squads Shred infantry with 10 heavy bolters and blast enemies with 10 missile launchers Extra augury scanners for detecting foes Heavy Support Squads provide the Legiones Astartes with mobile, infantry-portable firepower sufficient to bring down hordes of enemy troops or smash armoured vehicles apart with withering hails of fire, combining devastating armaments with all the flexibility of a footsoldier. Heavy bolters are the largest bolt weapons available to infantry, unleashing a storm of shells that tear apart enemy formations, while missile launchers are prized for their versatility, offering a variety of explosive munitions suited to eliminating infantry, tanks, or aircraft. This plastic upgrade kit can be used to equip Legionaries from the MKVI Tactical Squad set with powerful heavy weapons, suitable for use in a Legion Heavy Support Squad. The kit includes 10 heavy bolters and 10 missile launchers with arms suited to each weapon, allowing you to upgrade a full MKVI Tactical Squad set into two Heavy Support Squads of 10 models, or four units of five models. Also included are four augury scanners which can be carried alongside a heavy weapon, allowing each of your Heavy Support Squads to detect and eliminate enemy units. This upgrade kit comprises 120 plastic components and is designed to be assembled with the MKVI Tactical Squad set, which is sold separately. These components are supplied unpainted and require assembly – we recommend using Citadel Plastic Glue and Citadel paints. You will need a copy of the Warhammer: The Horus Heresy – Age of Darkness Rulebook and either the Liber Astartes: Loyalist Legiones Astartes Army Book or Liber Hereticus: Traitor Legiones Astartes Army Book to make full use of these upgrades.
$80.00
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HORUS HERESY: DEIMOS PATTERN RHINO

Key Features A tough and reliable Dedicated Transport for Legiones Astartes armies Carry a whole squad of Legionaries across the battlefield in speed and safety Upgrade your Rhino with a host of heavy weapons and accessories The Rhino is the most widely used armoured personnel carrier in the Imperium. Based on ancient STC technology, the fundamental design is robust, reliable, and easy to maintain, with an adaptive power plant that can run off a wide variety of fuels, making it perfect for the wide-ranging armies of the Great Crusade – and the wars of the Horus Heresy. As such, the Rhino chassis serves as a basis for many other war machines, and these transports are produced in their thousands – several distinct patterns are in common use throughout the galaxy, with the heavily-armed Deimos being the most widespread amongst the Space Marine Legions. This multipart plastic kit builds one Legion Rhino Transport, in the distinctive Deimos pattern. This efficient transport vehicle has the capacity to carry a 10-man squad of Legionaries across the battlefields of the 31st Millennium, with room for characters to join the unit. Protected from enemy fire by thick armour plating and its defensive smoke launchers, the Legion Rhino Transport is armed with twin-linked bolters, and can be further customised with a range of weapons and utility gear. This kit includes the components to add a pintle-mounted havoc launcher, heavy bolter, heavy flamer, multi-melta, or a combi-weapon with five configurations (bolter, flamer, melta, plasma, or volkite), as well as a searchlight, a dozer blade, and a hunter-killer missile. It also offers a number of cosmetic options, such as towing hooks and a choice of a Space Marine gunner, spotter, or closed hatch. This model has no Legion markings, allowing Warhammer hobbyists to paint it in whichever colours they choose – however, the box includes a transfer sheet with 42 optional markings and iconography for the Sons of Horus and Imperial Fists Legions. This kit comprises 102 plastic components, and is supplied with a Legiones Astartes Vehicle Transfer Sheet. This miniature is supplied unpainted and requires assembly – we recommend using Citadel Plastic Glue and Citadel paints. You will need a copy of the Warhammer: The Horus Heresy – Age of Darkness Rulebook and either the Liber Astartes: Loyalist Legiones Astartes Army Book or Liber Hereticus: Traitor Legiones Astartes Army Book to make full use of this model.
$82.00
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HORUS HERESY: KRATOS HEAVY ASSAULT TANK

Key Features An inexorable tank that offers devastating Heavy Support to Legiones Astartes armies Choose from a Kratos battlecannon, volkite cardanelle, or melta blast-gun, plus a huge variety of additional weapons The Kratos Heavy Assault Tank is based on an Ancient Terran pattern fielded during the Unification of Old Earth, redesigned after the Emperor's treaty with the Lords of Mars to serve as the spearhead of the Great Crusade, a line-breaker and foe hammer. This grinding battle tank is all but impervious to enemy fire, and its steady, inexorable advance provides an indomitable core to any assault by the Legiones Astartes, enforced by a barrage of overwhelming firepower. This multipart plastic kit builds one Kratos Heavy Assault Tank, a nigh-impenetrable war machine bristling with heavy armaments. This impressive vehicle can be built with one of three powerful turret weapons – the versatile Kratos battlecannon, tank-busting melta blast-gun, or searing volkite cardanelle. It also sports a co-axial autocannon, a pair of hull-mounted guns – autocannons, heavy bolters, lascannons, or volkite calivers – and a separate pair of sponson weapons – heavy bolters, heavy flamers, lascannons, or volkite culverins. The kit also includes components to upgrade the Kratos Heavy Assault Tank with a pintle-mounted weapon – a havoc launcher, heavy bolter, heavy flamer, multi-melta, or a combi-weapon with five configurations (bolter, flamer, melta, plasma, or volkite) – as well as a searchlight, a dozer blade, a hunter-killer missile, and a number of cosmetic options, such as towing hooks and a choice of a Space Marine gunner, spotter, or closed hatch. This model has no Legion markings, allowing Warhammer hobbyists to paint it in whichever colours they choose – however, the box includes a transfer sheet with 42 optional markings and iconography for the Sons of Horus and Imperial Fists Legions. This kit comprises 233 plastic components, and is supplied with a Legiones Astartes Vehicle Transfer Sheet. This miniature is supplied unpainted and requires assembly – we recommend using Citadel Plastic Glue and Citadel paints. You will need a copy of the Warhammer: The Horus Heresy – Age of Darkness Rulebook and either the Liber Astartes: Loyalist Legiones Astartes Army Book or Liber Hereticus: Traitor Legiones Astartes Army Book to make full use of this model in games of Warhammer: The Horus Heresy. 
$225.00
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HORUS HERESY: THOUSAND SONS AHZEK AHRIMAN

Key Features A potent psychic HQ choice for Thousand Sons armies of the Legiones Astartes Foretell the future to outwit your enemies and guide your Legionaries The iconic Chief Librarian of the XV Legion in the days of the Horus Heresy Ahzek Ahriman has the unique distinction of being both the first and last Chief Librarian of the Thousand Sons, and is the most gifted mystic among their already-formidable psyker corps. A respected commander even before his Legion's reunion with its missing Primarch, Ahriman's keen intelligence and talent in warpcraft soon made him Magnus' foremost apprentice, but his greatest strength is his indefatigable will. Ultimately, this determination would see him play a pivotal role in the Burning of Prospero – and walk strange and terrible paths long after the close of the Horus Heresy. This multipart plastic kit bullds one Ahzek Ahriman, Chief Librarian of the Thousand Sons. Armed with his elegant force stave, the Corvidaean Sceptre, and adorned with the occultic talismans and symbology of the XV Legion, Ahriman is a powerful psyker who takes to the field crackling with arcane energies. As master of the soothsaying Corvidae Cult, Ahriman uses his prophetic powers to guide allies on the battlefield – combined with his abilities as a field commander and close quarters combatant, he is an ideal linchpin around which to build a Thousand Sons army for Warhammer: The Horus Heresy. This set comprises six plastic components, and is supplied with a Citadel 32mm Round Base. This miniature is supplied unpainted and requires assembly – we recommend using Citadel Plastic Glue and Citadel paints. You will need a copy of the Warhammer: The Horus Heresy – Age of Darkness Rulebook and Liber Hereticus: Traitor Legiones Army Book to make full use of this model.
$55.00
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HORUS HERESY: LIBER ASTARTES – LOYALIST LEGIONES ASTARTES ARMY BOOK

Key Features Your guide to commanding the forces of the Loyalist Space Marine Legions in games of Warhammer: The Horus Heresy 344 pages of rules for units and wargear available to Loyalists, plus Legion-specific Rites of War, Primarchs, and more Includes lore, heraldry guides, and model galleries for every Loyalist Legion The Space Marine Legions of the 31st Millenium field a diverse and formidable range of genetically-enhanced warriors and advanced war machines, superior to any other military force in the galaxy. As an Age of Darkness falls across the stars and the fires of rebellion rage out of control, the armies that were used to forge the Imperium turn upon each other in an apocalyptic civil war – the Horus Heresy. Of the eighteen Space Marine Legions, only half remain loyal to their oaths. Heroes without equal, these Space Marines rally to defend the Emperor and all he has strived to build. In the turmoil of the Horus Heresy, the Loyalist armies stand firm against a tide of corruption and betrayal, waging bitter war against their former brothers – those that have forsworn their oaths and turned upon the Imperium. By the courage and might of these steadfast warriors will the fate of the Imperium, and that of humanity itself, be decided. This book is an essential guide for anyone who wants to command a Loyalist Legiones Astartes force in Warhammer: The Horus Heresy. It contains all of the rules you need to field every unit and formation available to Loyalist forces, from core units and weapons shared by every Space Marine Legion to specialist rules for each of the Loyalist Legions – including Rites of War, unique wargear, signature units, and their legendary Primarchs. Inside this 344-page hardback book, you'll find: – Rules and unit profiles covering every unit, weapon, and piece of wargear available to the Loyalist Legiones Astartes in Warhammer: The Horus Heresy– Legion-specific special rules, Warlord Traits, Reactions, Rites of War, wargear, unit profiles, and unique characters for each of the Loyalist Legions: the Dark Angels, White Scars, Space Wolves, Imperial Fists, Blood Angels, Iron Hands, Ultramarines, Salamanders, and Raven Guard– Profiles for each of the Loyalist Primarchs: Lion El’Johnson, Jaghatai Khan, Leman Russ, Rogal Dorn, Sanguinius, Ferrus Manus, Roboute Guilliman, Vulkan, and Corvus Corax– A visual showcase for each Loyalist Legion, containing heraldry markings, colour schemes for infantry and vehicles, and a small gallery of stunning miniatures photography In order to use the contents of this book, you will require a copy of the Warhammer: The Horus Heresy – Age of Darkness Rulebook.
$125.00
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HORUS HERESY: LIBER HERETICUS – TRAITOR LEGIONES ASTARTES ARMY BOOK

Key Features Your guide to commanding the forces of the Traitor Space Marine Legions in games of Warhammer: The Horus Heresy 352 pages of rules for units and wargear available to Traitors, plus Legion-specific Rites of War, Primarchs, and more Includes heraldry guides and model galleries for every Traitor Legion The Space Marine Legions of the 31st Millenium field a diverse and formidable range of genetically-enhanced warriors and advanced war machines, superior to any other military force in the galaxy. As an Age of Darkness falls across the stars and the fires of rebellion rage out of control, the armies that were used to forge the Imperium turn upon each other in an apocalyptic civil war – the Horus Heresy. Of the eighteen Space Marine Legions, fully half have betrayed their oaths. Defiant servants of the Warmaster, these Space Marines gather strength to overthrow the Emperor and claim the Throneworld of Terra. In the turmoil of the Horus Heresy, the Traitor armies unleash powers and ambitions beyond mortal reckoning, waging bitter war against their former brothers – those that still cling to their oaths and stand by the Emperor. By the determination and fury of these rebellious warriors will the fate of the Imperium, and that of humanity itself, be decided. This book is an essential guide for anyone who wants to command a Traitor Legiones Astartes force in Warhammer: The Horus Heresy. It contains all of the rules you need to field every unit and formation available to Traitor forces, from core units and weapons shared by every Space Marine Legion to specialist rules for each of the Traitor Legions – including Rites of War, unique wargear, signature units, and their legendary Primarchs. Inside this 352-page hardback book, you'll find: – Rules and unit profiles covering every unit, weapon, and piece of wargear available to the Traitor Legiones Astartes in Warhammer: The Horus Heresy– Legion-specific special rules, Warlord Traits, Reactions, Rites of War, wargear, unit profiles, and unique characters for each of the Traitor Legions: the Emperor's Children, Iron Warriors, Night Lords, World Eaters, Death Guard, Thousand Sons, Sons of Horus, Word Bearers, and Alpha Legion– Profiles for each of the Traitor Primarchs: Fulgrim, Perturabo, Konrad Curze, Angron, Mortarion, Magnus the Red, Horus the Warmaster, Lorgar Aurelian, and Alpharius– A visual showcase for each Traitor Legion, containing heraldry markings, colour schemes for infantry and vehicles, and a small gallery of stunning miniatures photography In order to use the contents of this book, you will require a copy of the Warhammer: The Horus Heresy – Age of Darkness Rulebook.
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WARHAMMER: THE HORUS HERESY – AGE OF DARKNESS

Key Features Bring the Horus Heresy to life as you command your Legiones Astartes in battle Includes a 336-page rule book packed with lore and rules for this updated edition 54 miniatures including two Praetors, 40 MKVI Tactical Marines, a Spartan Assault Tank, a Dreadnought, and more An Age of Darkness has descended upon the galaxy. Horus Lupercal, Warmaster of the Emperor's armies, has turned against his gene-father and sent the Imperium spiralling into bloody civil war. Of the eighteen great Space Marine Legions, finest of all humanity's soldiers, fully half have sided with the traitorous Warmaster, while the remainder stand staunchly loyal to the Emperor. It is a war of brother against brother, Space Marine against Space Marine, which has seen the might of the Imperium's vast armies turned upon itself in a cataclysm of fire and blood. In Warhammer: The Horus Heresy you will pit mighty armies of superhuman warriors against each other in apocalyptic tabletop battles. Choose your favoured Legion, from the knightly Dark Angels to the duplicitous Alpha Legion, build your own army from a range of spectacular Citadel and Forge World miniatures, and clash with fellow players in wargames of staggering tactical depth. The tale of the Horus Heresy is the bedrock of Warhammer 40,000's rich history, and this boxed game is the perfect first step to joining the epic conflicts that reshaped the galaxy. The titanic Warhammer: The Horus Heresy – Age of Darkness boxed set contains a treasure trove of content, from a massive rulebook detailing the setting and stories of the Horus Heresy, as well as gorgeous photography and art, and all the core rules you need to play the game. The box also contains 54 Citadel miniatures – including a massive Spartan Assault Tank and a host of MKVI 'Corvus Armour' Tactical Marines – allowing you to build two opposing forces for out-of-the-box play, or construct a huge Legion force all your own. Alongside all of this, you'll get all the game accessories and rules reference materials you need to immerse yourself in the worlds of the Age of Darkness. This boxed set contains: 54 plastic miniatures, each supplied with the appropriate Citadel bases:– Praetor with Power Axe– Praetor with Power Sword– 10 Cataphractii Terminators– 40 MKVI Legion Tactical Marines– Contemptor Dreadnought– Spartan Assault Tank A 336-page hardback Warhammer: The Horus Heresy – Age of Darkness Rulebook, including:– Extensive background on the Emperor, the Great Crusade, the Imperium, the 18 Legiones Astartes, and the galaxy-spanning conflict that became known as the Horus Heresy– Core rules for playing Warhammer: The Horus Heresy, including general principles, shooting and fighting, unit types, special rules, and more– Rules for the five modes of play: Narrative Play, Campaign Play, Open Play, Team Play, and Matched Play– A miniatures showcase containing eight armies created by members of the Warhammer: The Horus Heresy Studio and beyond All of the accessories you need to play:– Two 4-page Warhammer: The Horus Heresy Reference Sheets– 20 six-sided dice and one Scatter dice– Three weapon templates in translucent orange plastic– Two red plastic measuring sticks– One Warhammer: The Horus Heresy transfer sheet, with more than 300 transfers to customise your miniatures with the iconography of the Imperial Fists and Sons of Horus– A 36-page construction guide which also features an introductory army list These miniatures are supplied unpainted and require assembly – we recommend using Citadel Plastic Glue and Citadel paints.
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HORUS HERESY: BLOOD ANGELS DOMINION ZEPHON

Key Features Dominion Zephon steps from the pages of Black Library's Siege of Terra saga and onto the tabletop Armed with a two-handed power sword and twin volkite pistols Part of the Black Library Celebration 2022 A warrior and an artist of great renown, Dominion Zephon's exemplary record was abruptly cut short when he was maimed by a xenos blade during the Great Crusade. No longer able to fight, Zephon solemnly accepted the dubious honour of representing the Blood Angels Legion as part of the Crusader Host on Terra. When the Horus Heresy broke out, Zephon was recruited by the Legio Custodes to fight in the Webway War, where he earned the friendship of famed technoarchaeologist Arkhan Land. His crippled body rebuilt at last, the Bringer of Sorrow, as Zephon has come to be known, eagerly rejoined the ranks of his Legion upon their return to Terra. Released as part of the Black Library Celebration 2022, Dominion Zephon leaps into battle with the aid of bionics designed by Arkhan Land, his jump pack and armour resplendent in Blood Angels motifs. He is armed with his greatsword, The Spiritum Sanguis, and twin volkite pistols, named Lament and Grief. His rules are available to download for free from the Warhammer Community website, letting you add the Bringer of Sorrows to your Blood Angels battle hosts. This kit comprises 24 plastic components with which you can assemble Dominion Zephon. It is supplied with 1x Citadel 40mm Round Base. This miniature is supplied unpainted and requires assembly – we recommend using Citadel Plastic Glue and Citadel paints.
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