Khorne Berzerker get double pile in !
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Last one for today :
All chaos marines get "death to the false emperor" 6+ to hit = 1 extra attack.
Khornes marines get "double pile in" (Death compagnie marines better get something as cool !)
Faction Focus: Chaos Space Marines
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Frankie is part of the team that runs some of the biggest independent Warhammer 40,000 events in the world, including the Las Vegas Open, the Bay Area Open and the recently announced Southern California Open. An avid player for years, with an impressive tournament record, he’s also been part of the playtest team for the new edition of Warhammer 40,000, putting in hundreds of hours to make sure this new edition will be great for all you gamers out there (Thanks Frankie!).
So, basically, he know’s his stuff.
Today, we start a new article series where he (and a few others) will talk about how the new edition is going to affect specific factions, and what units they think we’ll be seeing more of. We start off with Chaos Space Marines – take it away Frankie…
Hello Warhammer Community readers! Frankie here from the SoCal Open Gaming Convention to talk to you about the (alleged!) bad guys of the 41st Millennium and some of what to expect from them in the new Warhammer 40,000: Chaos Space Marines. Okay so maybe they’re actually pretty bad, especially after Abaddon’s success in destroying Cadia, but we all know the False Emperor is the real bad guy here….
I myself have always enjoyed playing Chaos; the models are incredible and their back story is the best. The interactions between the Chaos Lords is amazing as well, as most of them don’t respect (or even like) each other but will join up to win battles and earn glory for Chaos. My favorite thing about Chaos is the Daemon Engines that they have in their armies. Flying mechanical space dragons breathing warpfire that burns your soul? Sign me up!
Chaos armies usually lean towards close combat, which is not what you normally see from a lot of armies in Warhammer 40,000 currently. Chaos has a solid control of the psychic phase as well, with the nasty Sorcerer Cabal that has been rampaging across the tables around the world – very fitting for an army that largely calls the warp home.
The troops you usually see on the field are the bravest humans in the galaxy, the Chaos Cultists! The Cultist Champion will challenge any foe that is willing to accept no matter how powerful they are. He usually doesn’t do anything that would impress the Chaos Gods, but at least he is willing to try!
Now for the moment everyone has been waiting for: how does Chaos play in the new edition? It has been a long time since we’ve seen Chaos armies with a lot of power armour on the tables, but no more! In the new edition, you will be seeing a great many Chaos armies, and a lot of them will have power armour in abundance! Yes, you read that right, you will want to have Chaos Space Marines in Chaos Space Marine armies!
Make sure to dust off your Havocs and gear them up for business as they are going to be helping the galaxy burn, baby! The changes to Heavy weapons have made these guys a great choice to help defeat the deluded lapdogs of the Emperor.
I cannot remember the last time I saw Havocs on the table, and it is a very welcome sight! Make sure to have a fully stocked arsenal as those lascannons, autocannon, missile launchers and even – you better believe it – heavy bolters, as they are going to be doing plenty of work in this new version of Warhammer 40,000!
They will provide excellent cover fire for your Chaos Terminators which will now strike fear into the hearts of your opponent as they bring devastation to the battlefield where they are least expected.
Abbadon has always been a bit of a disappointment to me. I have tried to play him in countless armies, but he often just ended up poking himself in the eye with Drach’nyen and not accomplishing a whole lot. Well how about we change that around and allow Abbadon to kick some serious Imperial tail?
Your wish is Games Workshop’s command, and now Abbadon has the rules to stomp face all along the Crimson Path (no surprise here, but he’s claiming credit for the Great Rift). Cadia was just the first step! He is a force to reckon with and inspires his Legion, allowing them to dominate the battlefield with an incredible ability which I will not spoil for you here. He is also a monster in combat, as his back-story would suggest, tearing people apart with the Talon of Horus and Drach’nyen. Imperium, be prepared for the Black Legion to cast an ominous shadow across the galaxy once again.
As stated above, your Daemon Engines will be rightly feared as well. With the changes to rules we’ve seen in vehicles, these furious engines of destruction no longer need to worry about being destroyed by a single lascannon shot as they prowl the battlefields.
Lastly, I want to talk about some of the most savage close combat fighters in the galaxy: the Khorne Berzerkers.
These guys are supposed to be feared for their brutality and combat prowess. Well, guess what? They will be – start fearing them now. Khorne will be pleased with this newest iteration of Berzerkers… very pleased! One of the key things that makes these blood-hungry units so good is the change to charging, as now they all get to swing first in a turn in which they charged. No more getting wiped out before they have the chance to hit anything.
What about chainaxes, you ask? You will want to arm all of your “Blood for the Blood God” warriors with these bad boys. Wait…Blood for the Blood God…what does that do? I guess you will have to wait and find out when these warriors hit the tabletops, but trust me, blood and skulls will be reaped!
That is truly just the tip of the iceberg, too. So many units that have languished on the shelves are going to rise up from the ashes to wreak havoc on the tabletops and provide hours of fun.
Well, I hope all you Chaos players are as excited as I am about this new edition. Make sure to get all those unfinished Chaos models ready for battle so you can hit the tables and planets in style!
Beasts of Gore and Change - Vortex Beast and Slaughterbrute update!
via Warhammer Community:
"Rampaging from the Realm of Chaos, complete with new handy new keywords, two of the biggest monsters in the armies of Chaos are back.
Well, they never really left, but now they are more useful to Khorne and Tzeentch generals as these two iconic titans have just had their warscrolls updated with new keywords to allow them be included in forces using those Allegiance Abilities."
Tzaangor pre order !
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Second wave for tzeentch aos
The box are full of components
Basic gor box :
This multi-part plastic kit contains the components necessary to assemble 10 Tzaangors, bedecked head to foot in the avian symbolism of Tzeentch. These models have a huge amount of customisation available:
- 24 (24!) heads – 12 different designs with 12 different sets of horns, meaning your Tzaangors will be unique;
- 12 savage blades, 12 arcanite shields and 12 sets of axe and pick – pair up the savage blades or carry one and a shield on each model, your choice;
- 2 models can be assembled as Mutants – these have special, mutated heads. In fact, they have 2 heads. Each. Accompanying their terrible deformity are special mutated weapons – 2 swords and 2 axes, each featuring staring eyes modelled on the hilts;
- 2 models can be assembled as icon bearers;
- 2 models can be assembled as Twistbrays, the unit leaders – there are 4 specific sets of extra-ornate horns for them, and 2 double-handed savage greatblades.
Wow Just Wow..
Yes we change !
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Video and HD pictures :)
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The warscrolls are up on the app
ps : we need to compare the old one with the new one ^^
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forgot the dice :
This large dice cube contains 18 16mm dice. They feature 2 different designs, dark blue with light blue markings, and dark blue with gold markings - 9 of each design are supplied (the keen-eyed will notice that 9 is the number of Tzeentch).
Also included in this set is a plastic tray with spaces to hold 9 dice. In games of Warhammer Age of Sigmar any army with the Tzeentch allegiance has the Masters of Destiny ability allowing them to roll 9 dice at the start of the game and set them aside for later use. This pool of Destiny Dice can then be used throughout the game to alter your fate. The tray included with this dice set allows you a specific area to place your Destiny Dice during your games.
Awesome idea if you ask !!
are they regular size or bigger ?
Fatemaster and Curseling repack
both repack but it's nice to have them with round base.
Both are resin kit :'(
Gaunt Summoner and ogre
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ogre + gaunt
Standing high in the favour of Tzeentch, Gaunt Summoners are sorcerers capable of shifting the tide of battle single-handedly. Luckily for Sigmar and his allies, there exist only nine of these immensely powerful beings. Each has been gifted with a changestaff and a key to one of the nine Silver Towers – lairs of hidden knowledge filled with secrets and traps. On the battlefield, they call forth daemons from the Realm of Chaos, engulf foes in sheets of flame and simply stab those who get too near with a mutation-causing warptongue blade.
This multi-part plastic kit contains the parts necessary to assemble a Gaunt Summoner of Tzeentch, a shining, feather-festooned example of the avian stylings of the Changer of the Ways. He comes armed with a changestaff and warptongue blade – the latter of which he is plunging into a Book of Profane Secrets, unleashing terrifying magicks from within.
This kit comes in 10 components and is supplied with a Citadel 40mm Round base.
Very little is truly known about the Ogroid Thaumaturges – other than their fearsome prowess in combat. In their rage, their skin writhes with arcane energy, eldritch sigils blazing across their muscular frames. Multicoloured flames of Tzeentch erupt about them as they tear enemies apart with their bare hands, giving them the strength to pierce even sigmarite armour with their formidable horns. Most disturbingly, these creatures are no mere brutes but possessed of impressive sorcerous ability, hurling blasts of flaming energy at the foe.
This multi-part plastic kit contains the 16 components necessary to assemble a hulking, imposing Ogroid Thaumaturge. Standing at almost twice the height of a Kairic Acolyte, and covered in sculpted sigils, he’s a model who can be easily painted to represent the incredible arcane energy within. He’s armed with a thaumaturge staff, topped with a horned skull emitting magical flame.
This kit is supplied with a Citadel 50mm Round base.
Human cultists of Tzeentch, Chanters of Change, the Kairic Acolytes have made dire sacrifices for the promise of knowledge and power, spending decades becoming worthy enough to attempt the Kairic Test of Nine. They walk amongst the unsuspecting, remaining covert, waiting patiently until the correct time to strike. When that time comes, they hurl their collective magical might in the form of searing bolts, punishing those who survive with sinister curved blades.
This multi-part plastic kit contains the components necessary to assemble 20 Kairic Acolytes. Each Acolyte is armed with either a cursed blade, a pair of cursed blades or a cursed blade and arcanite shield. The kit includes 20 face masks – any one of these can be applied to any one model, meaning every unit of 20 can be completely unique.
2 models can be upgraded to Kairic Adepts, with their own choice of 3 different heads, either a sword or pick as weapon and shield options. 2 miniatures can be accompanied by a Vulcharc – a flying creature perched on their arm, which attacks enemy wizards – and 2 models can be assembled holding a Scroll of the Dark Arts, boosting their allies’ magical abilities.
This 164 component kit is supplied with 20 Citadel 32mm Round bases.
ps: i make separate post because the site is super slow i get error if i upload too much at once.