Compared with previous terrain kits, the price point on these is actually quite reasonable (especially the Magewrath Throne at $28 AUD!) when you compare them to the recent 40K containers or the Age of $igmar sets.
As well as terrain, the series of scenic bases continues, this time with a Warhammer set and a WH40K set. Given the sporadic quality of the last ones, we're a bit 50/50 on these... still ordered them though! IT'S AN ADDICTION!!!
There's also three new paint sets, the Citadel Ultimate which has... well... everything in it, the Project Paint set and a really interesting one, the Citadel Artificer Tint set which allows you to lighten and brighten paints using tints.
Now there's also another release this week which has really left us scratching our heads - it's the Miniature Repair Kit - which is a small tool that allows you to scrape mould lines, file and carry some glue. Frankly this seems like the winner of the Most Confiscated Keychain of 2017 at the Airport Security Awards. Is there really a need for this or is it just a way for fanboys to spend more money?
In terms of gaming accessories there's a selection of new D6 dice in various colours and also new D10 Wound Tracker dice which come in a random colour mix. Again, more dice heading their way into the game of Warhammer 40K.
Speaking of 40K, the final release for next week is the hardcover Castellan Crowe: Warden of the Blade.