I don't tend to post about fantasy a lot, but these rumours seemed really interesting and sparked some really great ideas for some potential upcoming minis.
This rumour was posted on Warseer today and reposted across lots of blogs. I'll paraphrase as it's a bit wordy, but does this make you think about Warhammer Fantasy in a different way? Certainly opens it up with some interesting allianaces and some fantasy staples making their way into the Warhammer universe including potentially Draconians and Birdmen. Draconians (left) were the main protagonists in the iconic Dragonlance series and would be an awesome addition to the Warhammer universe, especially with the departure of the Lizardmen.
Now - these are only rumours, but they're pretty cool ones!
You've heard the rumours, and thanks to @spacewolfdave on Twitter we have pictures of the upcoming Space Marine HQ Command Tanks from Games Workshop. Forge World have had Command variants for some years now, but this is the first time Games Workshop have release Command variants to the stalwart transports of the Adeptus Astartes, the Rhino and Land Radier.
Apart from the large radar dishes on both vehicles, it looks like the Rhino has twin Plasma Guns as armament while the Land Raider has what looks like a Grav-gun of some sort in the hull section and some other kind of targetting system.
Big thanks to the eager-eyed Space Wolf Dave. If you have any more clues about these - let us know!
Warhammer World are promoting this as an exclusive - so who knows if it will make it to stores...
With conflicting stories about the overall name change of Games Workshop retail stores to "Warhammer" continuing to run rampant, the newest Games Workshop to open in Australia is not a Games Workshop, it's a Warhammer store, I think making it Australia's first!
The store, located in Penrith NSW, was originally announced as the "New Games Workshop store" on the Games Workshop website, but that was soon changed to the "New Warhammer store".
The Facebook for the store also carries the new livery though the store layout and internals match the current configuration for the Games Workshop stores.
Is your local Games Workshop a Games Workshop or a Warhammer?
Dream Forge have just released their Eisenkern Panzerjägers hot on the heels of the recent release of their Heavy and Support troops as well as the much anticipated APC.
The release of the Eisenkern Panzerjägers brings two things to the Iron-Core Universe; female troopers and for the first time a sniper head in the assortment!
Curiously these tank hunters don't come with any heavy rocket launchers, rather anti-tank guns for more maneuverability.
PLUS, Dream Forge are also having May Mecha Madness, where all kits are on sale, including this new one!
Project: War Hounds
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