Embrace your inner (plastic) daemons with this comprehensive set of fiendish rules and infernal lore for using entire armies of otherworldly entities in games of Warhammer 40,000. Each of the four Ruinous Powers has their own collection of datasheets, plus Relics, Stratagems, Warlord Traits, and psychic powers (except for Khorne, of course), as well as Exalted Daemon upgrades and new Warp Storm powers. On top of that, there’s an Army of Renown for the Disciples of Be’lakor, who also get their own Stratagems and psychic discipline.
Soulblight Gravelords: Cado Ezechiar The Hollow King
The tragic vampire Cado Ezechiar is getting the same treatment as Drekki, with an inaugural novel and a similarly incredible miniature. On the tabletop, he’s a threat to other heroes with that lethal greatsword and a selection of haunted rings, while his elegant armour protects him from all but the worst reprisals.
The Possessed boast incredible speed and durability – their malleable forms grant them a 9″ Movement characteristic, Toughness 5, and 3 Wounds, making for some truly shocking shock troops. There are multiple build options in the set, and one can be constructed as a Possessed Champion.
The next Warhammer Age of Sigmar battlebox features the Lumineth Realm-lords taking on the Disciples of Tzeentch in a battle for control of the winds of magic. The box includes two brand new miniatures – the Scinari Enlightener can share her pain with her enemies while the updated Curseling is a potent fusion (literally) of warrior and mage.
Arcane Cataclysm includes five Vanari Bladelords, five Vanari Dawnriders, 10 Vanari Auralan Sentinels, three Tzaangor Enlightened on Discs of Tzeentch, 10 Tzaangors, and 20 Kairic Acolytes. Either force is a great way to kick off a new army or add to an existing one. Finally, the box also includes a campaign booklet with lore and rules, a 56-page Core Rules book, a token sheet, and warscroll cards for the units.