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Fenrie

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    Modo - Le 9e Âge (T9A)
  • Birthday 01/06/1990

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    T9A: KO; W40K: Salamanders; MESBG: Rivendell

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  1. 3 nouvelles poses alternatives disponibles dans ce set de peinture : A voir s'ils ressortiront les figurines en EtB plus tard.
  2. Up avec MàJ des ventes et réservations et baisse générale de prix !
  3. Je ne sais pas si ça a un lien avec les futurs sorties mais les 4 boites Easy-to-Build Primaris (Intercessors, Reivers, Aggressors et Redemptor) viennent de passer en "Last Chance to Buy" sur le site de GW.
  4. Up avec ajout d'un lot Adepta Sororitas de la boite exclu, de référence Primaris et GC et baisse du cout des CSM !
  5. En revanche il y a les Veterans Intercessor qui n'étaient disponible jusque la uniquement via stratagème.
  6. 2:00 pm – The New Generation of Codexes There’s nothing quite like a codex. Do you remember your first? Cracking open the pages to discover lore secrets about your favourite faction? Building lists with pen and paper? Gawping at stunning art? Combining rules, lore and more, codexes are something very special indeed – and the next generation of codexes are the most special yet. Codex: Necrons and Codex: Space Marines combine the codex content you love with all sorts of new stuff for the latest edition of Warhammer 40,000. Sumptuous art and thrilling lore bring each faction to life, while the layout of each book has been redesigned in order to be accessible and easily referenced. Codex: Necrons, meanwhile, brings the Necrons to life in terrifying splendour and tactical depth never before seen for the Faction. Rules have been fundamentally reworked to diversify the army and offer a vast range of potential strategies. Want to play a close-combat Necron force? A surging tide of Canoptek critters? A short-ranged incursion force popping out of portals to annihilate everything? The choice is yours. New units like the Shard of the Void Dragon and the Silent King himself give you new and terrifying ways to reconquer the galaxy, while rules for custom dynasties and the legendary brass-armoured Szarekhan Dynasty allow for even more choice and freedom. Take your army on Crusade and things get even crazier as your Necrons grow and change, with Overlords gaining ever-longer Dynastic Epithets (yes, really – there’s a random table) or succumbing to the horror of the Destroyer curse… These two new codexes will be available for you to buy in October – stay tuned for more previews and more new model reveals in the coming weeks. Speaking of which – we’ll be back soon with another look into the future. 2:40 pm – A Monolithic Arrival Has there ever been a box more beautiful than the Monolith? A delight to all fans of cyclopean megastructures, Necrons and ominous, abstract hexahedrons, the Monolith seemed perfect – irreplaceable, even. Until now… The Monolith is back – and it’s bigger and more beautiful than ever. This rendition of the Monolith is a nightmarish floating sentinel that truly embodies the alien horror of the Necrons. Look closely, and you’ll see the depth and detail this kit possesses, featuring weathered stone and unfathomable technology, a vast wealth of internal sculpting that brings the monolith to life, and the iconic image of a Necron warrior emerging from the Portal of Exile. It’s bigger, it’s more detailed, and it’s even more dangerous on the tabletop – part transport, part fortress, and capable of going toe to ominous geometry with Knights and other super-heavies. We can think of no better way to deliver a full complement of Skorpekh Destroyers or a phalanx of Necron Warriors to battle!
  7. A Word on Bladeguard Veterans You may have noticed that none of the new starter sets include the mighty Bladeguard Veterans from the Indomitus boxed set. Well, there’s a reason for that – have you seen these guys? These glorious warriors will soon be available in a separate, multipart kit all their own. If you’re chomping at the bit to add a unit or two into your army, you won’t have long to wait!
  8. 2:00 pm – The New Generation of Codexes There’s nothing quite like a codex. Do you remember your first? Cracking open the pages to discover lore secrets about your favourite faction? Building lists with pen and paper? Gawping at stunning art? Combining rules, lore and more, codexes are something very special indeed – and the next generation of codexes are the most special yet. Codex: Necrons and Codex: Space Marines combine the codex content you love with all sorts of new stuff for the latest edition of Warhammer 40,000. Sumptuous art and thrilling lore bring each faction to life, while the layout of each book has been redesigned in order to be accessible and easily referenced. The new Codex: Space Marines will replace the current Space Marine codex, as well as the other First Founding and Deathwatch codexes – making it an invaluable tome that covers all those elements common across the forces of the Space Marines. A literal Codex Astartes*. Players using Chapters covered in the last Space Marine codex can carry on using their expansions with the new book – White Scars, Imperial Fists, Iron Hands, Ultramarines, Salamanders, Raven Guard and Black Templars using their codex expansion in the Psychic Awakening series. For fans of the Dark Angels, Space Wolves, Blood Angels and Deathwatch? If you have one of these armies, good news – not only do you get a shiny new core codex with loads of new toys to play with, but you also have a new codex supplement on the way. You’ll be able to tailor your Space Marines force to fully embody the theme and spirit of their Chapter, and of course, include all their unique units and heroes. 2:20 pm – Space Marine Gladiator Few Warhammer 40,000 tanks are as iconic or popular as the Predator – a Space Marine attack vehicle that’s provided fire support on tabletops across the galaxy since the days of Rogue Trader. Now, the Primaris Space Marines have a battle tank with the versatility, reliability and firepower of this venerable stalwart of the Chapter armoury – and some brand-new upgrades. Meet the Gladiator. Based on the chassis of the Impulsor, the Gladiator is a fast, flexible battle tank that provides deadly fire support in any chosen flavour you wish. You just saw the Gladiator Valiant – a short-ranged armour hunter that uses twin las-talons and multi-meltas to scrap armour and heavy infantry alike. This is just one of a trio of Gladiators – take the Gladiator Reaper. This tank is the ultimate infantry-killer, using tempest bolters and a twin heavy onslaught gatling cannon to blend your foe’s battle lines. Alternatively, you could build a Gladiator Lancer – an anti-tank sniper that’s ideal for chewing through your opponents’ most durable war machines and monsters. Add tactical flexibility to your Battle Company, or field them alongside your Repulsors, Repulsor Executioners, and Impulsors for a fully armoured force of Primaris vehicles – the choice is yours. You’ll find the rules for all the variants in the new Codex: Space Marines.
  9. Warhammer 40,000 – New Starter Sets Sighted! The Indomitus launch box hit shelves all across the world over the weekend, with excited hobbyists everywhere heading down to their nearest Warhammer store to get their hands on a copy. Yet even in the aftermath of all this excitement, we’ve got more news on what the future holds for the new edition of Warhammer 40,000. After all, Indomitus was a celebratory boxed set primarily aimed at veteran Warhammer hobbyists, but we certainly haven’t forgotten about all you newcomers to the grim darkness of the far future… behold our glorious new range of starter sets! Warhammer 40,000 – Recruit Edition If you’re looking to dip your toe into Warhammer 40,000 for the very first time and learn (or teach!) the basics of the game, the Recruit Edition is for you. The set includes a handful of miniatures, dice, range rulers, a mat, and a Recruit Manual featuring each unit’s datasheet and guidance to help you learn the basics of the game. It’s an excellent option for younger hobbyists. Warhammer 40,000 – Elite Edition The next step up is the Elite Edition, which features a larger selection of units, including the awesome new Necron Overlord and Primaris Captain miniatures! The Elite Edition is a fantastic option if you’re looking to begin or broaden your collection of Necrons and Space Marines while using the Elite Manual included in the set to learn the game at your own pace. Warhammer 40,000 – Command Edition The Command Edition is simply the best way to get started with Warhammer 40,000! Not only does it include all of the amazing models in the Elite Edition, it also boasts a fantastic fold-out, double-sided gaming board to fight your battles on, and a cracking selection of brand-new battlefield terrain. In short, it’s got everything you need to kickstart your Warhammer 40,000 journey with gusto and verve! The set’s Command Manual features a narrative-driven set of six missions aimed at teaching you key aspects of the game. Once you’ve mastered these principles, a 184-page rulebook will provide you with everything you need to take your next steps towards becoming a hardened veteran of Warhammer 40,000 battlefields! It’s also worth bearing in mind that any of the three new starter sets are also great options for established collectors too, especially if you’re looking to supplement your existing armies or to top up your Indomitus set with a few additional units!
  10. L'attraper derrière le dos y a pas de soucis, l'attraper derrière le backpack c'est plus la même ...
  11. Le futur kit complet pour les bladeguard avec apparemment pistolet plasma pour le sergent ! Pour l'intercessor assault c'est le même que celui du kit etb, il n'y aura surement pas de kit complet en plus du coup.
  12. Par contre je viens de voir que les cartes de profils des gens libres ne sont de nouveau plus en vente ? Il me semblait qu'elles devaient être dispo de manière pérenne désormais ... J'attendrai la 3eme édition du coup
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