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January 28th, 2013 by Mad Dave Comments

Once again it’s that time of the week for the FTN’s tabletop gaming news, slightly later than usual but better late than never. First up GW have the new Warriors of Chaos up for Advanced Order on the website for release on Saturday Feb 2nd. Below is from GW’s newsletter.

The Chaos Chariot and Gorebeast Chariot are variants of another impressive kit. One is drawn to battle by two horned Chaos steeds, while the other by a ferocious armoured Gorebeast. The kit gives you a jaw-dropping array of options, from the semi-circular guard to the charioteers – including the ability to convert one of the charioteers to a Chaos Lord on foot.Also available are the mighty Dragon Ogres. These strikingly fearsome miniatures are lizard-like and muscular, with thick gut plates, loin cloths, skulls and chains, as well as a choice of heads and weapons.
From the magic-swept lands of the frozen north march the Warriors of Chaos, an indomitable race of battle-hungry killers and mutant monsters who fight for glory and the favour of bloodthirsty gods…On Advance Order today are new Warriors of Chaos multi-part plastic kits and exceptionally detailed Citadel Finecast miniatures, as well as Warhammer Armies: Warriors of Chaos and a new Warhammer Battle Magic set. Leading the charge today is the Slaughterbrute / Mutalith Vortex Beast kit. The epitome of violence, these two hulking, muscular and ferocious variants are bedecked with Chaos icons and numerous fear-inducing details. In particular, the Mutalith Vortex Beast possesses a vortex of raw Chaos upon its back, making it a splendid centrepiece for any Warriors of Chaos collection.
Shambling into a Hobby Centre near you are the Forsaken, who show a vast array of mutations and otherworldly ‘gifts’, from boils and horns, to tentacles, spikes and even torsos erupting out of shoulders. The sheer variety of stomach churning options that this kit provides is utterly mind-boggling.Lastly in plastic is a new Chaos Lord, who is heroically posed in a full suit of Chaos armour, and ready to do some damage with a halberd. If that wasn’t enough, there are two new Citadel Finecast additions to the Warriors of Chaos range as well – inVilitch the Curseling, who has been gruesomely melded together with his brother, and Throgg, King of Trolls. Both of these would make excellent additions to a Warriors of Chaos collection.
To accompany the new releases is a brand new Army Book – Warhammer: Warriors of Chaos. This 96 page, full colour, hardback book contains rich background information, a full bestiary, an army list to arrange your collection of Citadel Miniatures into a battle-ready force, and a showcase of expertly painted Citadel miniatures. Those of you who wish to buy the digital edition can also pre-order the Army Book from the iBookstore right now.Finally, available for you to Advance Order is Warhammer Battle Magic: Warriors of Chaos. This set contains 22 large-format Battle Magic cards for the Lores of Tzeentch, Slaanesh and Nurgle, including six spells for each power, three signature spells and a Warpflame Special Rule card, for use in your games of Warhammer. Warhammer Battle Magic: Warriors of Chaos is available in strictly limited numbers – order now to avoid disappointment.

For more from GW Warrior’s of Chaos head over to the GW website

Gatecrash boosters released for Magic the Gathering

  • Gatecrash features 229 black-bordered cards, including randomly inserted premium versions of all cards in the set.
  • Each pack contains 15 cards
  • Boosters help improve you deck




Gatecrash Intro Packs

Intro packs are just what you need if you thinking of starting Magic the Gathering.

  • Ideal for intoducing new player to Magic the gathering
  • Contains a 60 card deck, a booster pack and a how to play insert
Released from February 1st, available from all good stockists.



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I'm Mad Dave one of the team's growing collection of tabletop gaming nerds. I was raised on a healthy diet of TV like Blake 7, Doctor Who and Star Trek with a side of sword and sorcery / sc-fi movies and a large dollop of board games like Cluedo, RISK and Hero Quest. You know your a gaming nerd if: You bring toy soldiers to work? You bring toy soldiers to work and you work has nothing to do with toy soldiers? Most of you jackets / coats have dice in one of the pockets? You hate throwing away packaging because you know it's actually a ruined building or field generator? You have a collection of old packaging? You can find something relevant to your hobby i.e. books, magazines, figures etc in almost every room in your house? I no I'm a nerd because I've done all of the above, how many of these made you smile and nod yes to?