The coal, metaphorical as it is, are the two expansions to Warhammer Quest: Cursed City, Nightwars and Nemesis, which are available as Made to Order for the next two weeks. The thing about these expansions is that this is a games system GW have admitted they will no longer support, despite people loving the minis, and it being such a close setting to Mordheim (another unsupported but increasingly popular games system) that they could relaunch it and cash in. Not only that, these expansions have no minis. They're just cardboard! And expensive cardboard. Surely, GW could have listed the Cursed City minis along with this cardboard monstrosity and given us something to look at, because the minis are really excellent and deserve love! Now the funniest thing about this week's "exciting" release is that it's so huge, so important, that in Australia and New Zealand, it's not even been listed on the webstore. It's literally been forgotten!
Ah Games Workshop, you really are the gift that keeps on giving. So hit and miss.
The slackers of the Horus Heresy, (look forward to the backlash on that hahaha) the Ultramarines have their classic MKIII Shoulder Pads, MKIV Torsos, Veteran Helmets and MKIII Veteran Torsos all available in Made to Order. These are all classic pieces and very nice in any Ultramarines force.
The not-Traitors, the Thousand Sons also get their MKIII Shoulder Pads, which have always been awesome!
In an actual lovely re-release, The Ringbearers, the clear resin set of Lord of the Rings adventurers is back. This is a really nice thematic set that's a fan favourite and a smart release.