WHITE DWARF 494

White Dwarf is Games Workshop's premium Warhammer magazine, packed with amazing monthly content – including new rules and background, short stories, regular columns, special guests, and more. Here’s what you can look forward to in the November issue:Contact! – Letters, questions, and pictures of miniatures sent in by you, our readers. Inside the Studio – A look at the games we've been playing and the models we've been painting recently. WHITE DWARF BUNKERAccess Granted! – An introduction to this month’s action in the White Dwarf Bunker. Challenges – Take part in our Monsters and Machines painting challenge. The Slidecrown Sundering – The Warhammer Age of Sigmar narrative campaign continues. Will the land be preserved or obliterated? Scenario of the Month – New scenarios for Warhammer 40,000 and Warhammer Age of Sigmar, plus new gaming content for Warhammer Quest: Cursed City. Basic Training – Gaming and tactical advice. This issue is about getting the most out of moving and shooting. Hobby Hangout – Lewis Collins shows off the Tome Keepers Space Marines force he painted in record time. Satellite Uplink – Introducing the GR Meme Team, plus some of our favourite painting challenge entries. WARHAMMER 40,000Index Astartes: Raptors – The Space Marine masters of guerilla warfare come under the spotlight. Covert Warfare – Crusade rules for using the Raptors in battle. Watch out, they're super sneaky. Battle Report: Blood Feud – The Death Guard and World Eaters clash in this high-intensity matched play battle. Brush Tips – The 'Eavy Metal team astound us with an Aeldari Corsairs painting challenge. WARHAMMER AGE OF SIGMARCross the Water – A water-themed battlepack suited for the next stage of the Slidecrown Sundering campaign. A Tale of Four Warlords – Jake, Ant, Laura, and Chris return with new additions for their ever-expanding forces. Endless Battle – Deployment, Ruse, Scenario, Twist – a battlepack for randomly generated battleplans. The Call of the Hunt – A wholly disturbing tale of the cycle of life in Ghyran. Cover your ears, kids! Ark Arcana: Anatomy of a Dawnbringer Crusade – From scouting forces to vast crusading armies, what makes up a Dawnbringer Crusade? WARCRYNethermaze Bladeborn – Bladeborn rules for four Warhammer Underworlds warbands making their way into Warcry. You'll find rules for Hexbane's Hunters, Skittershank's Clawpack, The Shadeborn, and the Gorechosen of Dromm. WARHAMMER: THE HORUS HERESY – LEGIONS IMPERIALISFounding Legions – Five studio hobbyists start work on their Legions Imperialis armies. NECROMUNDAA House Divided – The Aranthian Succession campaign continues in the wake of Lord Helmawr's demise. SPECIAL FEATURESThe Instigator – a short story about Orks lootin' a spaceship. At least that was the plan, till it all went wrong... Written by Rhuairidh James.Each copy of issue 494 also comes with card inserts, including a dial card to represent the balance of power in The Slidecrown Sundering campaign, 1x card with the dial hand, 2x Bunker Achievement Cards, 12x Warhammer Age of Sigmar Open War cards (6x Maps & 6x Scenarios) and a double sided card featuring the Bunker Scenarios of the month for Warhammer Age of Sigmar and Warhammer 40,000.Additionally included is a double-sided paper poster featuring Kruleboyz and Stormcast Eternals artwork on either side. A Warhammer 40,000: Tacticus card is also included, with a code to unlock Commissar Yarrick in that game*.* Commissar Yarrick is an existing character in the game so, for those that already have him, they will receive Yarrick-'shards' to go towards their progress of upgrading him. The code is valid for a limited time and will expire on 31 March 2024.
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WHITE DWARF 493

Key Features Loaded to the rafters with articles, inspiration, and fiction to get you deeper into your favourite games Lore and short stories about the Tome Keepers, Idoneth Deepkin, and more Includes card inserts for Warhammer Age of Sigmar, Bunker scenarios, and more White Dwarf is Games Workshop's premium Warhammer magazine, packed with amazing monthly content – including new rules and background, short stories, regular columns, special guests, and more. Here’s what you can look forward to in the October issue: Contact!Letters, questions, and pictures of miniatures sent in by you, our readers. Worlds of WarhammerWe hope you like hot weather because we're taking a closer look at the Realm of Fire with Phil Kelly. Inside the StudioA look at the miniatures painted and the games played in the studio this month. WHITE DWARF BUNKERAccess Granted!An introduction to this month’s action taking place in the White Dwarf Bunker. ChallengesJoin in with our ‘Psykers, Sorcerers, and Supernatural’ painting challenge. The Slidecrown SunderingJoin us on the Slidecrown Isle for the start of this Age of Sigmar narrative campaign! Scenario of the MonthNew scenarios for Warhammer 40,000 and Warhammer Age of Sigmar, plus new gaming content for Warcry players. Basic TrainingGaming and tactical advice. This issue is all about learning from your mistakes. Hopefully! Hobby HangoutLewis Collins shows off the Tyranids he painted from the Leviathan box set. Spoiler Alert – They're very green! Satellite UplinkLyle Lowry rounds up the studio’s Combat Patrol league, and we show off your wizards. WARHAMMER 40,000A Tale of Four WarlordsThe warlords get creative with conversions as they add to their new forces. Strike Without MercyA new short story about jump pack deployments that get you from space to planet in 60 seconds. Book and BladeCrusade Rules for White Dwarf's own Space Marines Chapter – the Tome Keepers. Wings of VengeanceAn in-world treatise on the history, design, and application of Space Marines jump packs. WARHAMMER AGE OF SIGMARTraverse the ForestsA new battlepack set in the forests of the Slidecrown Isle. The Vinters ManceClaret has been spilled in this short story featuring Armand Callis and Hanniver Toll. Fantastic WarhostsIdoneth Deepkin Grab some flippers, because we're heading under the sea for this issue’s painting gallery. WARCRYCourage and CrueltyNew Warcry quests and artefacts for Vulkyn Flameseekers and Kruleboyz Monsta-killaz. WARHAMMER: THE HORUS HERESYFull-scale WarRules for tying different-scale games of Warhammer: The Horus Heresy into one narrative campaign. WARHAMMER: THE HORUS HERESY – LEGIONS IMPERIALISBattle Report: The Garmon PurgeThe Blood Angels battle the Death Guard in the inaugural Battle Report for Legions Imperialis. SPECIAL FEATURES Black Library – The Garrulous SaintA wholly disturbing short story written by J.H Archer. We recommend reading this one on an empty stomach… Each copy of issue 493 also comes with card inserts, including a dial card to represent the balance of power in The Slidecrown Sundering club campaign, Bunker achievement cards, a paint recipe card and a double-sided card featuring the Bunker scenarios of the month for Warhammer Age of Sigmar and Warhammer 40,000.
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CITADEL: STORMVAULT SKIRMISH CASE (28/10)

Key Features Features a shock absorption system designed to safely store and carry your miniatures Can hold miniatures on a 25-40mm round base and up to a 75mm oval base Suitable for transporting Kill Team squads, Warcry warbands, and other similarly-sized units The Stormvault Skirmish Case is ideal for transporting and protecting your Citadel miniatures. The revolutionary miniature shock absorption system has been specially designed to fit skirmish squad-size collections quickly and easily without the chore of cutting and shaping foam to fit. The case is lined with smooth silicone bristles that close together with the lid and grip your miniatures in place securely, protecting them from damage. The two halves allow you to use one side like a tray to place models in before sealing the case with the other, using the clips located around the edge, and each half of the case features a rubber top to help prevent it from falling or sliding off a table. The bristles are precisely spaced to hold any type of miniature on a 25-40mm round base and up to a 75mm oval base. The bristles have been designed to follow the path of least resistance, moving around even the thinnest piece of plastic, and are completely smooth, so there is no snagging, even with the pointiest spear or a delicate leaf. Measuring 278x220x41.5mm, the Stormvault Skirmish Case is an ideal way to carry a Kill Team squad, Warcry warband, Blood Bowl team, Necromunda gang, Warhammer Underworlds warband, or any small, but elite, force of miniatures.
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WHITE DWARF 492

Key Features Loaded to the rafters with articles, inspiration, and fiction to get you deeper into your favourite games Battleplans for epic 4-player Warhammer Age of Sigmar games Includes card inserts for Kill Team, Bunker scenarios, and more White Dwarf is Games Workshop's premium Warhammer magazine, packed with amazing monthly content – including new rules and background, short stories, regular columns, special guests, and more. Here’s what you can look forward to in the September issue: Contact!Letters, questions, and pictures of miniatures sent in by you, our readers. Worlds of WarhammerNick Horth explores the heraldry and iconography of the armies of the Free Cities. Inside the StudioA look at the miniatures painted and the games played in the studio this month. WHITE DWARF BUNKERAccess Granted!An introduction to this month’s action taking place in the White Dwarf Bunker. ChallengesGrab your brushes and join in with our elite units painting challenge! The Combat Patrol LeagueThe studio satellite’s Combat Patrol league is at its end. But who has emerged victorious? Scenario of the MonthIncludes the Info-gheist Pursuit Scenario for Warhammer 40,000 and The Fluctuations of Power for Warhammer Age of Sigmar. Also includes a Kill Team mission that can be used in normal games or as part of a Spec Ops Campaign. Basic TrainingFeatures Steven Box from Vanguard Tactics and an Orders, Sir? section where the answers to the tactical conundrum are featured at the back of the issue. Hobby HangoutEmily Ridding takes over the Hobby Hangout this month and shows us how to paint terrain. Satellite UplinkWe hear from the club at Warhammer Rio Rancho and check out some of your elite units. WARHAMMER 40,000Echoes of the WarpWe take a look behind the scenes at the creation of Combat Patrol with Warhammer 40,000 rules writer Duncan Waugh. Faces of the DevourerInquisitor Drakkstein gives an account of some of the Tyranid swarms faced by the Imperium. Brush Tips: TerminatorsThe ’Eavy Metal team are back – this time with a guide for Space Marine Terminators. Suffer Not the UncleanA Black Templars vessel is in danger of being overrun by Tyranids in this short story. Battle Report: Sweeping RaidTwo veterans of our Combat Patrol league show off the new game as Scott Pire's Orks take on Paul Foulkes and their Astra Militarum. WARHAMMER AGE OF SIGMARA Tale of Four WarlordsOur four Warhammer Age of Sigmar warlords tackle their first major challenge – painting a Vanguard boxed set. Bastions of FoulnessLooking for real estate in the Mortal Realms? We explore some of the greatest fortresses of the Age of Sigmar. Viewing advised. The Spoils of the Waaagh!Zoggrok Anvilsmasha tries to keep his orruks in line as they besiege a Sigmarite fortress. Friends in NeedRules for forging alliances in the Mortal Realms with a Battlepack for multiplayer games of Warhammer Age of Sigmar. WARCRYWyrdhollow BladebornFour new Bladeborn warbands make the transition from Warhammer Underworlds to Warcry – Ephilim's Pandemonium, Domitan's Stormcoven, Skabbik's Plaguepack, and The Headsmen's Curse. WARHAMMER: THE HORUS HERESYBorn of War IIMore Inductii as we showcase the remaining nine Legions from the Horus Heresy. WARHAMMER UNDERWORLDSGlory PointsWhat’s that smell? John Bracken introduces us to what he’s dubbed the ‘Pungent Prophets’. NECROMUNDAThe Darkness LiftsAs the lights come back on in the underhive, our gang leaders take stock of the situation. SPECIAL FEATURESBlack Library – Between the LinesChaplain Sephax uncovers a deadly plot against the Tome Keepers Chapter in a short story written by Callum Davis. Each copy of issue 492 also comes with card inserts, including two new Bunker scenarios – one each for Warhammer 40,000 and Warhammer Age of Sigmar – two Bunker achievement cards, five Kill Team cards, and a paint recipe card.
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WHITE DWARF 491

Key Features Loaded with Bunker content, including new scenarios for Warhammer 40,000 and Warhammer Age of Sigmar, plus articles for Blood Bowl, Warcy, and more Includes features on Terminator Armour, T’au Septs, a Hammerhal who’s who, and free fiction Includes card inserts with a Warhammer 40,000 rules reference sheet, plus Bunker scenarios and cards White Dwarf is Games Workshop's premium Warhammer magazine, packed with amazing monthly content – including new rules and background, short stories, regular columns, special guests, and more. Here’s what you can look forward to in the August issue: Contact!Letters, questions and pictures of miniatures sent in by you, our readers. Worlds of WarhammerWhat inspires the start of a Warhammer collection? Andy Clark investigates. Inside the StudioA look at the models we’ve painted and the games we’ve played in the studio this month. WHITE DWARF BUNKERAccess Granted!An introduction to this month’s action taking place in the White Dwarf Bunker. ChallengesWhat will you paint for the Leaders and Heroes painting challenge? The Combat Patrol LeagueThe studio satellite’s Combat Patrol league is now running at full tilt. How is yours going? Scenario of the MonthNew scenarios for Warhammer 40,000 and Warhammer Age of Sigmar, plus a Warhammer Underworlds league. Includes the Amidst the Maelstrom Scenario for Warhammer 40,000 and The Battle of Black Skies for Warhammer Age of Sigmar. Also includes guidance for running a month-long league for games of Warhammer Underworlds: Wyrdhollow. Basic TrainingGaming and tactical advice. This issue: coming up with a battleplan in Warhammer Age of Sigmar. Features Jimbo Warth, a games developer in the Age of Sigmar team. Hobby HangoutRegular army painting advice. This time, we look at getting Space Marines ready for battle. Satellite UplinkNews and painting challenge entries from Bunker satellite clubs around the world. Features Bunker of the Month: Etone College and Leaders and Heroes from staff and readers. WARHAMMER 40,000A Tale of Four WarlordsThe warlords complete their Combat Patrols and get their first games in. Galactic Warhosts: T'au SeptsEmbrace the Greater Good and bear witness to this gallery of beautifully painted miniatures. Crux TerminatusA treatise on the ultimate in personal protection: Tactical Dreadnought armour. WARHAMMER AGE OF SIGMARArk Arkana: Grand EnclaveA disquisition on the structure, traditions and personages of the Conclave of Hammerhal. A massive lore article with background on numerous individuals within Hammerhal. Rules of EngagementHow does the background of the Warhammer settings influence the rules for the games? Louis Aguilar, a games developer for Warhammer Age of Sigmar, investigates. Illuminations: Celestial EnlightenmentThe studio artists explain how they approach illustrating the enigmatic Seraphon. Harbingers of WarThe miniatures designers share their insights on the Dawnbringers Harbingers. Turn of the WheelA loyal soldier of Hammerhal brings news from the front lines of a Dawnbringer Crusade. WARCRYMight and MadnessQuests and campaign rules for Stormcast Eternals and Flesh-eater Courts in Warcry. Includes some of the rules content from Nightmare Quest, provides the Questor Soulsworn and the Royal Beastflayers, each with three Quests and associated Rewards and a collection of Background Tables. Also features the rules for the Realmshaper Engine Gnarlwood Terrain. WARHAMMER: THE HORUS HERESYBorn of WarIntroducing the Inductii – a gallery of new recruits for the Horus Heresy. BLOOD BOWLThe Forge Bowl ContinuesIn part two of this series (or should that be season?) we find out the winners of the league. SPECIAL FEATURESBlack Library – The Light of the EmperorIn this short story, Ultramarines fight to protect a band of zealots from rampaging Tyranids. Written by Darius Hinks. Each copy of issue 491 also comes with card inserts, including a double-sided rules reference sheet for the new edition of Warhammer 40,000, two new Bunker scenarios – one each for Warhammer 40,000 and Warhammer Age of Sigmar – a set of cards for the Bunker Warhammer Underworlds League, and two Bunker achievement cards.
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BOARDING ACTIONS: VOID WAR BASES

Key Features Customise your boarding patrols and kill teams with space hulk-themed bases 60 sculpted infantry bases in three different sizes, with loads of designs Also includes over 50 pieces of basing material, including grates and vox-units Prepare your boarding patrols and kill teams to step into the labyrinthine passageways of an ancient space hulk with this set of textured and sculpted Citadel bases. These highly-detailed infantry bases are designed to perfectly match Gallowdark terrain sets and voidcraft-themed gaming boards, and can also suit a range of other industrial environments. In addition to the bases, this kit contains loads pieces of grim and industrial basing material to add detail and narrative elements to your miniatures, such as gantry sections, broken grille panels, discarded fans, shattered gauges, and time-worn vox relays. The kit includes:- 60x textured and scenic plastic bases:- 20x 25mm round bases- 20x 28.5mm round bases- 20x 32mm round bases- 54x decorative scenery elements:- 4x large gantry/flooring plates- 4x broken large gantry/flooring plates- 6x grilles- 6x broken grille plates- 10x small gantry/flooring plate pieces- 24x damaged hardware items, including vox relays, fans, and gauges. The contents of this set are supplied unpainted and require assembly – we recommend using Citadel Plastic Glue and Citadel Colour paints.
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CITADEL: BARBED BRACKEN

Incredibly detailed, designed to make your scenery pieces stand out on the gaming table by adding extra layers of detail to their bases, Barbed Bracken is flexible plastic scenery with myriad uses. In total, you get 144 pieces of bracken in this kit – plenty for adding to the bases of an entire army, or decorating a Realm of Battle set – with 48 large pieces, 32 medium pieces and 64 small pieces. This scenery can be attached to virtually anything you wish to create thick fields of bracken, and is held firmly in place with a dash of super glue. It can be sprayed with Citadel spray paints – the paint won’t chip or flake off when the bracken is flexed into place, meaning the incredible details will be kept!
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CITADEL: HOBBY KNIFE

Key Features Hobby knife with advanced safety features Ergonomic, weighted handle for a sturdy feel Allows maximum precision and control Every Warhammer hobbyist needs a hobby knife, so the Citadel Tools design team created one just for them. It features a fully sculpted hard plastic handle, and incorporates a number of clever features for safety and convenience: – Fixed single slot blade barrel, ensuring perfect alignment– Ribbed shroud behind the blade, allowing safer downward pressure and maximum precision– Ergonomic handle to reduce hand fatigue, and prevent rolling on your desk– Back-weighted design, so it’s less likely to fall with the blade down– Blade changing thread recessed into the handle so the blade doesn’t loosen during use– Blade cap The Citadel Tools Knife also comes with a pack of six replacement blades in a container.
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CITADEL: SUPER FINE DETAIL CUTTERS

Key Features Cutters designed to remove plastic components from the frame Ultra slim blades and a flush back help achieve close and controlled cuts Long handles and rubberised ergonomic grip require less force and reduce fatigue Modern Citadel plastic kits are packed with details, extras, and add-on bits, including some very small pieces. The Citadel Tools design team had these fine details in mind when they redesigned the beloved cutters used by so many Warhammer hobbyists. This new set of Super Fine Detail Cutters includes a number of improved features:– Ultra thin blades (about three times smaller than the previous model) allow you to get into tight spaces with ease, increasing visibility and control– Blades meet perfectly flush on the back, reducing the amount of additional cleanup needed and reducing the risk of pieces pinging away when used properly– Bump-stopping design makes it impossible to mash the blades together with too much pressure, which means they’ll stay sharp for longer– Rubberised contoured handles, including flares near the blades for added control, precision, and safety.– Extended handles to reduce the pressure required to make a cut, reducing hand fatigue
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CITADEL: MOULDLINE REMOVER 2022

The mouldline remover tool is used to remove mould lines from Games Workshop miniatures. Just draw the tool along the mould lines to easily scrape them away and prepare your miniatures for undercoating.  
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CITADEL: DRILL 2022

Key Features Drill tiny holes in the barrels of your tiny guns, and pin small parts in place Ergonomic design incorporates a number of safety features Includes four drill bits in two sizes, perfect for a wide range of models, including a storage container Do you want to drill tiny holes in your miniature gun barrels so they look like they could fire miniature bullets? Want to experiment with pinning hard-to-fix pieces in place when building and converting your miniatures? A reliable drill suitable for use on miniatures can be used in all manner of ways, and the Citadel Tools design team were eager to take on the challenge of redesigning the hobby drill to make it easier and safer to use by incorporating a number of design features:– Designed primarily in a light-weight hard plastic to reduce hand fatigue– Ergonomic shape incorporating ridges and grooves increases control and allows you to safely exert pressure– Bit-securing barrel is recessed into the handle, so it won’t unscrew during use– Freely rotating end cap allowing you to push down gently and rotate at the same time– Includes four bits in two sizes, perfect for a wide variety of Citadel model kits, stored in their own container when not in use
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CITADEL: BATTLE FIGURE CASE

The Citadel Figure Cases are the perfect way to transport and protect your Citadel miniatures. Containing one set of our revolutionary channel foam, the Citadel Battle Figure Case has been specially designed to fit almost any model that we make, any shape and size, quickly and easily without the chore of cutting and shaping to fit. Packing and unpacking the case is absurdly quick and easy; any model, however pointy, placed anywhere within the channels will be protected as well as if you’d spent countless hours hacking away at a custom fit. You’ll free up more time to concentrate on games, painting or just showing off your miniatures collection. The channel foam is as efficient a use of space as possible, allowing you to store more models more safely than any other case. Have a look at the images or check out the video in the tab to the right to to get a taste for just how life-changingly excellent these cases are - you won’t be able to work out how you lived without them. It’s ok. Those dark times are over now. We know that you want the best protection for your miniatures - the foam inside the case is slightly larger than the case itself, and will compress around the figures when closed, ensuring a minimum of movement for any miniature.. It also has nylon catches, so if you should drop it the catches won’t break. To ensure the robustness of the stress points, a metal hinge runs along the back, strengthening and adding a reassuring weightiness.. We also know that space can be at a premium when storing models, so the Skirmish and Battle cases have been designed to stack on top of each other for easy storage. We’ve put a lot of effort and research into making the case as comfortable as possible to transport, with ergonomically-designed handles for maximum grip - and the lid locks open, meaning no terrible accidents crushing your beloved miniatures on the gaming table.
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SYNTHETIC LAYER BRUSH MEDIUM

The synthetic M Layer brush is, quite possibly, the single most useful brush you will ever own. While we've designed it to give you perfect layer coats every time, it's also serviceable for basing, washing, or anything else you could think of as far as painting your models is concerned. As a Citadel STC brush, the bristles have been made out of the finest 100% synthetic fibres Games Workshop have ever produced, helping to maintain the ideal brush shape and prevent curling at the tip. This brush has been carefully designed to paint any level of detail you might encounter. It's an excellent companion to regular Citadel brushes, and designed to work perfectly with the Citadel Colour paint range.
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CITADEL: SKULLS

You may have noticed a common theme amongst models and scenery pieces from the Warhammer 40,000 and Warhammer Age of Sigmar ranges – skulls. They’re everywhere, decorating the walls of Khornate keeps and hanging from the belts of fearsome warriors. But we don’t think there are enough skulls out there… Enter the Citadel Skulls. This is a box of 340 (yes, three hundred and forty!) plastic skulls, designed for the hobbyist to decorate scenery, bases and models as they see fit. There are even 20 extra jawbones! Here’s a breakdown of the number and type of the 340 (!) skulls in the box: - 82 human skulls with jawbones; - 86 human skulls without jawbones; - 15 human jawbones; - 60 assorted damaged human skulls; - 2 giants’ skulls; - 1 Morghast skull (in 2 components); - 1 beast skull (in 2 components); - 4 small horned skulls; - 4 medium horned skulls; - 3 large horned skulls; - 7 bird skulls; - 2 Chaos beast skulls; - 6 plaguebearer skulls; - 6 Bloodletter skulls; - 10 T'au skulls; - 5 Kroot skulls; - 6 alien skulls; - 21 Genestealer Hybrid skulls; - 20 Ork skulls without jaws; - 5 Ork jawbones; - 7 Ork skulls with jaws open; - 7 Ork skulls with jaws.   - as well as 15 human jawbones; - 5 Ork jawbones.   Skulls!
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CITADEL COLOUR SPRAY STICK

Key Features Holds miniatures firmly for spraying basecoats with less mess Slim, rotating head allows full access to all sides of your models Compatible with Citadel Colour Sub-assembly Holder parts The concept of the Citadel Colour Spray Stick is simple. You use the elastic bands to pin your models in place on the rotating head while you securely hold the pistol-grip handle. The slim, roomy design gives you unfettered access to every nook and cranny of your miniatures, allowing you to spray up to 10 models faster and more thoroughly than ever. The Spray Stick can securely hold bases up to 65mm round. The Spray Stick will quickly become an essential tool once you’ve tried it, keeping your hands clean(er) during the messy process of undercoating. It’s been expertly designed to work with the new range of modular hobby tools to enhance your painting and modelling experience. The circular sockets at the ends of each arm are perfectly sized to accommodate Sub-assembly Holders, allowing you to spray those fiddly bits right alongside the rest of the model for consistent finish and coverage. You’ll find an extra set of sturdy elastic bands in the package, which will last for many a happy project. Miniatures displayed in images are for scale purposes only and are not included with this product.  
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CITADEL COLOUR SUB-ASSEMBLY HOLDER

Key Features Securely holds fiddly bits in place while you work Makes it easier to paint small, vital components, like heads and weapons, before completing assembly of the final model Compatible with a wide range of Citadel Colour painting accessories The Citadel Colour Sub-assembly Holder contains 44 expertly-designed Part Holders. They’re made of the same plastic as Citadel models, which means you can drill small holes or use glue to attach the pegs, before simply clipping the bits off when you’re finished. You’ll also get two fluted bases for the Part Holders, which fit neatly into the Citadel Colour Painting Handle for comfortable painting sessions. Go on and paint those eyeballs! The Citadel Colour Sub-assembly Holder kit has been expertly designed to work with a range of modular hobby tools to enhance your painting and modelling experience. It’s the lynchpin of a sub-assembly painting process, as the Part Holders fit neatly into the circular sockets found on the Citadel Colour Spray Stick, Painting Handle XL, and Assembly Stand. This allows you to keep a consistent colour and finish when painting components separately from the rest of the model, and it also gives you the tools you need to manage and organise sprawling, complicated projects. It’s the solution you never knew you needed. Miniatures displayed in images are for scale purposes only and are not included with this product.
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CITADEL COLOUR ASSEMBLY STAND 2021

Key Features Creates a strong, stable base to hold your painting handle and keep your hobby table organised Flexible assembly arms with rubber grips hold miniature components while the glue dries Modular design is compatible with a wide range of Citadel Colour painting accessories The Citadel Colour Assembly Stand has been expertly designed to work with a range of modular hobby tools to enhance your painting and modelling experience. This wide, stable base features a snug holder to keep a Painting Handle or Painting Handle XL secure and safe while you work. You’ll also find two flexible yet sturdy assembly arms with rubberised jaws to hold components in place while the glue cures, making assembly easier than ever. Several shallow trays along the base allow you to collect the various bits and bobs that tend to pile up as you work. The arms are removable, allowing you to move them to any of the many circular sockets located around the base. The arms have been designed to fit in matching sockets on the Painting Handle XL for comfortably building the largest miniatures. The same sockets you find on this base are also sized to accommodate Sub-assembly Holders, so even the most sprawling projects stay organised and contained. This assembly base is compatible with the newer, ergonomic design of the Citadel Colour Painting Handle, and the older decagonal handle will not fit in the central holder. While you can find matching sockets on the updated Citadel Colour Spray Stick, continued use of canned sprays can degrade the rubber on the assembly arms, so we don’t recommend using them during your priming sessions. Miniatures displayed in images are for scale purposes only and are not included with this product.
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CITADEL: PAINTING HANDLE XL 2021

Key Features A larger version of the Citadel Colour Painting Handle Balanced and ergonomic design takes the strain out of holding large models Spring-loaded clip holds even heavy models securely The Citadel Colour Painting Handle XL features a well-balanced, ergonomic base that fits comfortably in the palm of your hand, allowing you to paint longer with less strain. The massive spring-loaded clip securely grips bases ranging from 50mm all the way up to 170mm oval bases – that’s the largest standard base you’ll find in the current range! The Painting Handle XL has been expertly designed to work with a range of modular hobby tools to enhance your painting and modelling experience. The base slots securely into the Citadel Colour Assembly Stand to keep even the largest models secure while you work. The flexible arms from the Assembly Stand also fit neatly into eight sockets located around the edges of the extra-large clip, allowing you to keep components in place while you build models. The same sockets are also sized to accommodate Sub-assembly Holders, so you can keep your colours consistent even when painting large, complicated projects. Miniatures displayed in images are for scale purposes only and are not included with this product.
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CITADEL COLOUR TUFTS: MORDIAN CORPSEGRASS

Key Features Add even more texture and detail to your bases Includes 125 dry and arid-looking grass tufts with an adhesive backing Can be cut or torn into smaller pieces for maximum coverage The rigours of battle, hot climates, and other harsh environments take a toll on native plant life, with many formerly verdant fields reduced to dry straw by passing armies. Even so, many plants hold onto life, and can often be found around an army marching through particularly parched lands. Bring colour and detail to your armies’ bases with Mordian Corpsegrass Tufts by Citadel Colour, making it easy to tie your army together with natural-looking bases in minutes. The tufts attach to bases by a strong adhesive backing and can stick to many paints and basing materials. Each one can be easily cut or torn into various shapes as needed, and are perfect for armies deployed to rough, arid environments. This pack contains 125 grassy tufts split as follows: - 48 small round - 35 large round - 24 rectangular, rounded ends - 18 crescents Miniatures displayed in images are for scale purposes only and are not included with this product..
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CITADEL COLOUR TUFTS: VERDIA VELDT

Key Features Easily add detail to your Citadel bases Includes 125 tufts that can be cut and shaped as needed Strong adhesive backing makes attaching to bases easy Although many battlefields quickly turn into muddy quagmires when combat begins, armies often march across verdant fields when on the warpath. With many realms and worlds sporting at least some greenery, it’s common for soldiers to begin their campaigns surrounded by abundant plant life. Bring colour and detail to your armies’ bases with Verdia Veldt Tufts from Citadel Colour, making it easy to tie your army together with natural-looking bases in minutes. The tufts attach to bases by a strong adhesive backing and can stick to many paints and basing materials. Each one can be easily cut or torn into various shapes as needed, and are perfect for armies deployed to lush grassy environments. This pack contains 125 grassy tufts split as follows: - 48 small round - 35 large round - 24 rectangular, rounded ends - 18 crescents Miniatures displayed in images are for scale purposes only and are not included with this product.
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