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WHITE DWARF: JANUARY 2019

White Dwarf is Games Workshop’s premium Warhammer magazine and starting this January, it gets even better. Every month it will be packed full of amazing content that will bring your hobby to life like never before. Within its pages you’ll discover new rules and background information for the armies of the 41st Millennium, the Mortal Realms and more, alongside short stories written especially for the magazine. You’ll also find regular columns that will give you unique insight into the inner workings of the hobby, and articles featuring some very special guests and beautifully painted miniatures as well.Here’s what you can look forward to in the January 2019 issue of White Dwarf:- Guest EditorialA word from the issue’s guest editor – Design Studio head honcho Pete Foley- ContactYour questions answered!- Readers’ ModelsOur favourite reader submissions- Worlds of WarhammerThe first of a regular column by the mighty Phil Kelly discussing all things WarhammerWarhammer Age of Sigmar- Deadly VentureA new short story featuring the Kharadron Overlords.- Rules of EngagementLegendary games developer Jervis Johnson’s new regular column- Blood on the StreetsJohn Bracken presents the new and updated rules for Warhammer Age of Sigmar: Skirmish.- The Realm of FireThe first in a new series of modelling and painting guides for the Mortal Realms. This month: Aqshy!- Children of ChaosWe present an incredible army of Skaven and Maggotkin of Nurgle painted by Adam Elford.Warhammer Underworlds: Nightvault- Glory PointsWarhammer Underworlds aficionado David Sanders investigates the different game boards in his new regular column.Warhammer 40,000: Kill Team- Mercenaries for HireExclusive rules for using Kroot in Warhammer 40,000: Kill Team!Warhammer Quest: Blackstone Fortress- Art of ExplorationIllustrator Paul Dainton explores the art of Blackstone Fortress.Painting- The Pinnacle of PaintingGuest columnist Darren Latham joins us to chat about entering Golden Demon.- Golden Demon 2018We show off eight pages of the very best entries from last year’s Forge World Open Day, including models from the Warhammer 40,000 Vehicles category as well as The Lord of the Rings™ and The Hobbit™.- ’Eavy Metal ChallengeFive of the best painters in the world compete in a wizardly challenge.Warhammer 40,000- The Herald of DoomDarkness comes to Vigilus in this new short story by Nick Horth.- Echoes from the WarpRule writer Robin Cruddace explores the genesis of the latest edition of Warhammer 40,000.- (The long-awaited return of…) Index Astartes: Crimson FistsNew background and rules for this iconic successor Chapter of the Imperial Fists.- The New Sons of DornWe take a closer look at Dan Hyams’ Crimson Fists Space Marine army.- Painting Crimson FistsA stage-by-stage painting guide for the Crimson Fists- Battle Report: Decapitation StrikeTwo top tournament gamers knock seven bells out of each other in this Aeldari versus Imperium matched play battle report!- In the StudioWhat have the Design Studio’s hobbyists been up to this month?
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WHITE DWARF - DECEMBER 2018

December’s issue of White Dwarf takes us deep into the labyrinthine Blackstone Fortress. You may need to bring a torch…Contents:Planet WarhammerThe new Blackstone Fortress game is unveiled in full, and the new Marneus Calgar miniature joins the war for Vigilus as the Ultramarines enter the fray. Plus new goodies for Adeptus Titanicus: The Horus Heresy, Blood Bowl, Necromunda and more besides!ContactMore letters from you, our readers. Plus festive snow.Temporal DistortThe White Dwarf graces the front cover of his own magazine back in December 2008.Getting Started With… Middle-earth™Love The Lord of the Rings™? Then read on, adventurer!Cover Feature: First BloodWe put Warhammer Quest: Blackstone Fortress through its paces as four explorers (namely Martyn, Jonathan, Simon and Ben) undertake their first mission into the heart of a Blackstone Fortress in this detailed introduction to the game rules.The GamesmasterLegendary games designer Jervis Johnson tells us what it’s like creating games for almost 30 years! Apparently it’s not as easy as rolling a 4+.Golden Demon: Classic 2018Another stunning winners showcase from this year’s Warhammer Fest, featuring the Warhammer Age of Sigmar Large Model and Blood Bowl Team categories.Blood in the StreetsWatch the road, get up high and bung some grenades down the sewers. We take a look at tactics for the Cities of Death rules featured in Chapter Approved 2018.IlluminationsWe talk to members of the Design Studio about their favourite pieces of Games Workshop art from 2018 and how it inspired their own work.Magic of Middle-earth™A Wizard should know better! Jay Clare delves into the art of using magical powers in Middle-earth.Battle Report: To Catch a RealmgateIn a White Dwarf civil war, Matt and Jonathan team up against the writers Dan and Simon to fight for control of a wandering Realmgate (yes, really!) in a classic matchup of Order versus Chaos. Who knows where the Realmgate will end up?BlanchitsuMore miniatures madness from the creators of Lesotho 212. Be warned, it’s gory!New Rules: Light in the DarkHere you’ll find an exclusive mission for Warhammer Quest: Blackstone Fortress.New Rules: The Glass-mad GargantA new way to play Warhammer Underworlds that involves hunting down a mighty Chaos Gargant!New Rules: Scions of BattleRules for using Cerastus Knights in Adeptus Titanicus: The Horus Heresy.Paint SplatterEnjoy handy stage-by-stage painting guides for House Delaque and Gandalf the White (and Pippin, too).Readers’ ModelsA gallery of miniatures painted by our lovely readers.In the BunkerAll the latest hobby news from us lot, including what we’ve been painting and playing.…And a Load of Free Gifts:- An 8-page booklet with all the rules for the Necromunda Delaque Gang- A special artefact card for Warhammer Quest: Blackstone Fortress, earned by completing this month's side-quest mission- A super-sized Chaos Gargant card for use in the Glass-mad Gargant variant for Warhammer Underworlds- A booster card which you can scan for the Warhammer Age of Sigmar Champions app- A Gotrek Gurnisson character card for use in games of Warhammer: Doomseeker- A Grombrindal card for use in the Warhammer 40,000 Dice Masters game
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CITADEL: HOBBY PROJECT BOX

Looking for a way to safely store and transport your Citadel paints, brushes and tools? Look no further – we have just the thing. This hard-wearing plastic box features 3 racks that each securely hold 21 pots of Citadel paint, with space for a further 56 in the bottom. There are also two tool racks which hold cutters and glue, space for a rolled-up painting mat and even an area for your brushes. It also fits perfectly into one of our Crusade Cases!
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CITADEL: PAINT RACK

Create your ultimate hobby space with these Citadel Paint Racks. 2 are included, each able to hold 21 pots of Citadel paints. With the optional plastic legs snapped into place, they stand at a slight angle, allowing you to see exactly which paints are where on your rack, and they feature holes and fittings at the back for securing them to the walls of your hobby space.
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CITADEL: PAINT BOX

Looking for a way to safely store and transport your Citadel paints and brushes? Look no further – we have just the thing. This hard-wearing plastic box features 2 racks that each securely hold 21 pots of Citadel paint, with space for a further 28 in the bottom. It fits perfectly into one of our Figure Cases and, when not in transport, these boxes stack, making them an ideal storage solution for even the biggest paint collections!
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CITADEL: PAINTING HANDLE XL

Designed for painters, by painters, the Citadel Painting Handle makes it much, much easier to hold your miniatures securely while painting them. It allows you to find the perfect angle from which to reach every part of your model while avoiding the hand cramps that can come from holding a base for a long time.This XL edition features exactly the same ergonomically designed handle as the regular edition, but features a much more expandable, spring-loaded clamp mechanism able to tightly grip circular and oval Citadel bases between 50mm and 105mm in diameter. Grasping the sturdy plastic handle rather than the base or miniature you’re painting means fewer mistakes from accidentally touching wet paint and can help you improve your painting all round!
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CITADEL: WATER POT

More than just a container holding water, the Citadel Water Pot has been designed by painters, for painters. Constructed from durable grey plastic, the base and inner side walls of the water pot have ribbed sections, whose textures have been chosen to clean brushes in the most effective manner. A canal at the top allows you to store bushes horizontally when not in use, and the sides feature tapered grooves – once you’ve cleaned your brush in the water, draw the bristles up through these grooves to restore a nice, fine point!The water pot is 100mm wide at its base, and 90mm tall.
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CITADEL: ASSEMBLY HANDLE

The perfect tool to use when assembling some of our more complex miniatures, the Citadel Assembly Handle is designed to hold components securely in place while glue takes hold. Sometimes, a tiny component can require holding in place for several minutes as the glue dries – the soft, spring-loaded clamps found on this tool can be manipulated on their ball and socket joints into virtually any position, freeing up your hands to move onto clipping the next piece off its sprue ready for action. These clamps can be used to grip individual pieces as you pre-paint them, too!The handle itself is exactly the same as our Citadel Painting Handle, and features a spring-loaded mechanism which accepts round bases up to 40mm and oval bases up to 60mm – once the glue has dried, just remove the clamps and use the handle to hold your miniature securely as you paint!
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WHITE DWARF: OCT 2018

Beware, foolish mortals, for this month the Nightvault opens! Not only do we have the full lowdown on this new edition of Warhammer Underworlds, we also have news on the Beasts of Chaos, Adeptus Titanicus, a Kill Team Battle Report and plenty more besides - including a completely free booster pack for Warhammer Champions, the trading card game, featuring 13 cards for your collection. It’s a packed issue and no mistake! Also included are the usual Battle Reports, painting guides and Designers’ Notes – all the hobby love you need in October:Contents:Planet WarhammerIt’s a return to the underworlds, an awakening of the dead and some beasts in the woods this month in Planet Warhammer…ContactAsk Grombrindal goes badly wrong… find out how.Temporal DistortBack to 2003, when it seemed all worshipped the Dark Gods…Getting started with… Kill TeamIt’s time to pick your specialists and head for the killzone.Opening the NightvaultA new core set for Warhammer Underworlds brings magic and dangerous new warbands to the city of Shadespire.Golden DemonSee the champion of champions, the Slayer Sword Winner from this year’s Golden Demon: Classic painting competition.Illuminations: Hall of FameWe open the Hall of Fame’s doors to another piece of great Games Workshop art, this time chosen by Kevin Chin.’Eavy Metal MasterclassFreehand. A word spoken in awe and terror by many painters – find out how the ’Eavy Metal team manage it.The General’s AlmanackMartin and Rhuairidh, our generals from this month’s Battle Report, talk about their tactical approaches to gaming.Battle Report - Chaos ResurgentFrom the wild and tainted places of the Mortal Realms come the Beasts of Chaos, renewed and reinforced. See them in action in this month’s Battle Report.The Gellerpox UprisingRobin Cruddace and Stu Black duke it out in our first ever Kill Team Battle Report.The Ultimate Guide To the Titan LegionsJoin us for a deeper examination of the god-machines of the Imperium, the mighty Titans of the Collegia Titanicus.Battles in Middle-earthWhere to go after Pelennor Fields? We have ideas.Grotz On Da Loose!Storm Stainton has painted a complete army of the little green nuisances and you can check it out here.Battleground: the Cathedra ChirosiusYou’ve probably heard that the new Sector Imperialis kits can be combined to make even larger buildings. You might not quite believe just how big, though, until you see this…Paint SplatterA first for Paint Splatter – a stage-by-stage painting guide for the new Warhound Titans for Adeptus Titanicus.Realms of BattleGather round the herdstone, beastkin – witness our top tips for making scenery feel even more a part of your collection.Readers’ ModelsA gallery of models painted by you, our readers.In the BunkerWhat have the Dwarfers been up to this month?
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WHITE DWARF: SEPTEMBER 2018

Journey into the unknown with Rogue Trader Elucia Vhane as we introduce Rogue Trader, a new game that pits the crew of the starship New Dawn against the Gellerpox Infected – a terrifying Nurgle uprising. Not only do we have the full lowdown on this game, we also have The Battle of Pelennor Fields – a new boxed game for The Middle-Earth Strategy Battle Game. It’s a packed issue and no mistake! Also included are the usual Battle Reports, painting guides and Designers’ Notes – all the hobby love you need in September:•  Planet Warhammer: All the latest releases from the Citadel Design Studio, Black Library and Forge World. Be prepared – there’s a lot of stuff to cover this month, from Rogue Traders to Titans.•  Contact: Send us your letters – we love to read what you have to say.•  Temporal Distort: The time portal sends us whirling back to 2001 and the start of one of the greatest adventures of all time…•  Getting Started With… Kharadron Overlords: Always abide by the Kharadron Code, beardlings! (Unless bending the rules increases profitability, of course.)•  Pushing the Boundaries: We travel to the very edge of Imperial space to talk to the talented chaps who came up with the rules and designed the miniatures for Kill team: Rogue Trader.•  The Master Architect: We are joined by scenery architect and all-round hobby hero Dave Andrews to talk about his time in the Design Studio.•  Return to Middle-earth: Ash nazg durbatulûk, ash nazg gimbatul, Ash nazg thrakatulûk agh burzum-ishi krimpatul. Adam Troke explains all.•  Hall of Fame: Veteran miniatures designer Jes Goodwin has his say on what makes a great Citadel miniature.•  Battle Report – The Battle of Pelennor Fields: Beneath the walls of Minas Tirith, two mighty armies clash. But who will prevail in these dark times – Rohan or Mordor?•  Battle Report – The Wrath of Fenris: It’s a battle of vengeance this month as Simon and his Space Wolves take on Matt H and his Thousand Sons.•  The Ultimate Guide: Come with us on a journey to the Mortal Realms, where we tell the epic tale of the Realmgate Wars.•  Golden Demon: Warhammer 40,000: Three excellent entries from the Warhammer 40,000 Open Day 2017. This month: vehicles.•  Kit Bash: Kit Bash returns as we explore converting your Kill Teams.•  Fantastical Vistas: Remember we showed some great Warhammer Age of Sigmar dioramas last month? Well, we have six more to show you.•  Blanchitsu: Nicolas Grillet shares his evocative creations with us.•  Paint Splatter: This month, a king and a rotter. Stage-by-stage, just the way you like it.•  Readers’ Models: Six pages of excellent miniatures painted by you, our readers.• In the Bunker: What have the Dwarfers been up to this month? Plus, a look back at our memories of Middle-earth.
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WHITE DWARF: AUGUST 2018

Entire planets tremble when the god-machines go to war… this month we introduce Adeptus Titanicus, the tabletop game of devastating combat between enormous Titans. Not only do we have the full lowdown on this game of giant machines knocking seven bells out of each other, we have Kill Team – small-scale skirmish combat in the 41st Millennium. It’s a fightsome month and no mistake! Also included are the usual Battle Reports, painting guides and Designers’ Notes – all the hobby love you need in August:•  Planet Warhammer: it’s war on a new scale – Adeptus Titanicus is here. So too is Kill Team. And – and – new Stormcast Eternals and Nighthaunt;•  Temporal Distort: comb your mullets, we’re going back to 1994;•  Getting Started With… Warhammer Underworlds: Shadespire: looking for a new gaming challenge? Check out Warhammer Underworlds: Shadespire and find out how to get started;•  Realms and Realities: PlayFusion’s game designers tell us about Warhammer Age of Sigmar: Champions – a new card game set in the Mortal Realms;•  Adeptus Titanicus: Adeptus Titanicus is here! James Hewitt, rules-supremo, tells us more about it, then…•  War of the God-Machines…shows our writer Dan how the game works in First Blood;•  A New Forging: the Citadel miniatures designers talk about the genesis of the Stormcast Eternals’ Sacrosanct Chamber;•  Battle Report – Return to the Soul Siphon: the lands of Shyish are plagued once more by the Idoneth Deepkin, but this time their foes are a little more ghostly…;•  Painting Masterclass: the ’Eavy Metal and Studio army painters share painting advice on adding markings and insignia to your models;•  Golden Demon: a Slayer-Sword winning model by David Soper, plus six other excellent entries;•  Fantastical Vistas: we feature five awesome Warhammer Age of Sigmar dioramas;•  The God-Machines March: a Parade Ground of Adeptus Titanicus Warlord Battle Titans and Questoris Knights painted by several talented artisans;•  Blanchitsu: more wonderful madness from the world of Tor Megiddo;•  New Rules: Rangers and Spiders: beware what lurks in the dark places; here be new rules for Battle Companies of Middle-earth;•  Paint Splatter: a stage-by-stage painting guide for House Cawdor of Necromunda;•  Realms of Battle: we take a closer look at the new Sector Imperialis scenery kits.
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WHITE DWARF: JULY 2018

The Soul Wars have begun in earnest – in this month’s White Dwarf we have a deep, dark look at the Nighthaunt, sinister servants of Nagash determined to end all life. The Citadel design team excitedly told us about their inspirations, and we present them to you in these pages! Also included within the packed issue are a starter’s guide to the Adeptus Mechanicus, new rules for Warhammer Quest, some splendid painting masterclasses and more:• Planet Warhammer: new battletomes and miniatures for the Stormcast Eternals and Nighthaunt, new game boards for Shadespire, Dark Elves for Blood Bowl, plus Forge World, Black Library and more;• Temporal Distort: how did we end up here? It’s September 2013 all over again!• Getting Started With… Adeptus Mechanicus: our handy guide to which parts of your feeble (metaphorical) flesh to give up first in the service of the Omnissiah;• Designers’ Notes: the spirits and gheists of the Nighthaunt are evil souls doomed to spend eternity spreading the wickedness they possessed in life. The Citadel design team tell us more;• ’Eavy Metal Masterclass: war isn’t tidy, however smart your paint job. ’Eavy Metal’s Max Faleij shows us how the team add battle damage;• Battle Report - A Gauntlet Thrown Down: Warhammer TV’s famous Duncan ‘Two Thin Coats’ Rhodes takes on Warhammer World’s famous James ‘One Big Hammer’ Karch;• The Golden Demon Winners’ Challenge: the last group of entries, and we announce our winner as chosen by our Golden Demon judges.• Illuminations: those of you with us last month will have seen the opening of the Illuminations Hall of Fame – here’s our second entrant;• Mustering For War: Paul Norton shows us his economical approach to painting stunning armies. The short version: pick your targets;• Archaon’s Legion: Rik Turner has been a Slave to Darkness for years – and in that time he has painted an absolutely huge Chaos horde. Here he shows it off in all its dark glory and tells us more;• A Tale of Four Warlords: this tale of war has been long in the telling, but now we approach its bloody end. Who will triumph as the four warlords take to the field of battle to tell their final tale?;• Blanchitsu: 3 more hand-picked warbands from Tor Megiddo;• New Rules for Warhammer Quest: with a load of new Nighthaunt and Stormcast Eternals models on the way, how could we not give you rules for some new heroes and adversaries?;• Parade Ground: add some of the creeping darkness to your Stormcast Eternals…• Paint Splatter: we show you how to paint in ethereal. No, really.• Readers’ models: a selection of models painted by you, our readers;• In the Bunker: what have the Dwarfers been up to this month?
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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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CITADEL: SKIRMISH 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 Skirmish 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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CITADEL: CRUSADE 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 Crusade 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’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. The Citadel Crusade Figure Case also comes with a padded shoulder strap, making it even easier to transport.
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WHITE DWARF: JUNE 2018

Sharpen your blades and gird yourselves for war – a new age of battle has begun and the Mortal Realms are plunged into a dark new era with the launch of a new edition of Warhammer Age of Sigmar. This month’s issue features everything you need to know, the continuing Tale of Four Warlords and more (including exclusive rules expanding Imperial Knights: Renegade!):• Planet Warhammer: Warhammer Age of Sigmar updated! Imperial Knights march, and much more;• Battle Report: Battle of Falling Souls – we try out the new edition of Warhammer Age of Sigmar in a tense duel between Stormcast Eternals and Nighthaunt;• Golden Demon Winners’ Challenge: we asked Golden Demon winners to take part in a painting challenge – here’s part two of our coverage.• Designers’ Notes: we chat to the designers behind the Imperial Knights; • Blanchitsu: our second look at the warbands of Tor Megiddo;• Illuminations – Hall of Fame: What happens when you mix two White Dwarf favourites? Let’s find out!• Battle Report – Last Stand at Glazer’s Creek: 20 years after the original Battle Report in White Dwarf 222, we return to Glazer’s Creek… this time, it’s Dan versus Warhammer TV’s Chris Peach! • The Ultimate Guide to… Armageddon: few Imperial planets have survived as many wars as the hive world of Armageddon. Read all about it here; • A Tale of Four Warlords: our warlords of Order, Chaos, Death and Destruction add magic users to their armies in this month’s instalment.;• Getting Started With... Warhammer Age of Sigmar: in a surprise to no one, now is a great time to get stuck in with Warhammer Age of Sigmar! We take great pleasure in showing you how; • Temporal Distort: this month, we travel back to June 1998 – White Dwarf 222!• Battle Companies: Jay Clare talks house rules for your Middle-earth games and presents a new scenario for saving lost heroes after battle;• Imperial Knights: Renegade: we present additional rules for Dominus-class Knights and Ork Gorkanauts in games of Imperial Knights: Renegade;• Readers’ models: a selection of models painted by you, our readers; • In the Bunker: what have the Dwarfers been up to this month?
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WHITE DWARF: MAY 2018

Dive deep into the world of the Idoneth Deepkin with this month’s issue of White Dwarf – it’s packed with information on this ocean-dwelling Warhammer Age of Sigmar faction, from a look at all the new kits, an extensive breakdown of the inspirations behind them in Designers’ Notes and a Paint Splatter. It’s not just Deepkin, though: elsewhere in the issue you’ll find new rules for Necromunda, a painting guide for the Doom Lords Blood Bowl team and a free minigame – Duels of the Crystal Labyrinths – in which you’ll pit your Tzeentch miniatures against each other in powerful sorcerous combat. All of this and much, much more:• Planet Warhammer: what’s new in the worlds of Warhammer?• Temporal Distort: a greenly-hued look back at Orctober 2006;• Getting started with… T’au Empire: big guns and battlesuits – and introduction to the Greater Good;• Birth of the Idoneth: we chat to the miniatures designers about their latest and perhaps most unusual creation – the Idoneth Deepkin;• ’Eavy Metal Masterclass: Martin Peterson from the ’Eavy Metal team shows us how to paint patterns and markings on beastly creatures;• Scions of the Furnace: we take a closer look at Jason Lee’s vast Adeptus Mechanicus army hailing from the Forge World of Ryza;• The Golden Demon Winners’ Challenge: what happens when you set a group of Golden Demon winners a painting challenge? Let’s find out!• Battle Report – The Defence of Drevaris: a T’au Empire invasion threatens the Imperial world of Drevaris. Can the Space Marines hold the line against the T’au in this four-player battle?• Battle Report – The Soul Siphon: The Idoneth Deepkin face off against the Legions of Nagash in the Realm of Shyish; • New Rules: Venato rbands in Necromunda;• Citadel Hall of Fame: Miniatures designer Darren Latham joins us to talk about the composition of a Citadel miniature, before picking a model to enter the Hall of Fame.• A Tale of Four Warlords: More Order, Chaos, Death and Destruction – what more could fans of Warhammer Age of Sigmar ask for? This month, we’re inundated with really big monsters! • Duels of the Crystal Labyrinth: a new minigame of sorcery and tactics pitting Tzeentch wizards against each other; • Blanchitsu: join us for a new chapter in Blanchitsu – the Tor Megiddo!• Paint Splatter: detailed guides to painting Idoneth Deepkin and Doom Lords models;• Readers’ Models: a selection of models painted by you, our readers; • In the Bunker: what have the Dwarfers been up to this month?
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WHITE DWARF: APRIL 2018

April sees White Dwarf celebrating the arrival of the Armiger Knights – found in Forgebane, a new boxed set pitting the Adeptus Mechanicus against the Necrons in a fierce battle for precious materials. Planet Warhammer has the full contents along with designer’s notes and info on 2 (count ‘em!) new Codexes released this month. Along with this, we have the Ultimate Guide to the Idoneth Deepkin – a new, reclusive faction for Warhammer Age of Sigmar, brand-new rules for Necromunda and the Middle-earth Strategy Battle Game, and the Warhammer World studio team build an incredible Realm of Death table in Battleground. All this, and more:•  Planet Warhammer: what’s new in the worlds of Warhammer?•  Temporal Distort: a short but intriguing hop back to 2013;•  Getting Started With… Stormcast Eternals;•  The Ultimate Guide to the mysterious and deadly Idoneth Deepkin;• Battle Report: The Blackstone Extraction – Adeptus Mechanicus vs. Necrons from the new Forgebane boxed set;•  Hall of Fame: Matt Holland discusses the importance of posing Citadel miniatures;•  A Tale of Four Warlords: the warlords muster their armies for Malign Portents;• Adventures in Middle-earth: Jay Clare tells us all about collecting armies for the Middle-earth Strategy Battle Game;•  Honour and Loyalty: hobby legend Gavin Beardsmore with Imperial Knights from House Makabius;•  Battleground: The River of Souls: the Warhammer World team build a brand-new battlefield for Malign Portents;•  Tactica Imperialis: Drukhari: we take a look at some dirty, underhand and entirely evil Drukhari tactics;•  Underworlds Tournament: 12 eager gamers take each other on in the White Dwarf and Friends Warhammer Underworlds tournament;•  Maxime’s Challenge: Maxime Pastourel shows off the results of a painting challenge;•  New Rules: The Brown Wizard: two new scenarios for the Middle-earth Strategy Battle Game;• New Rules: The Last Alliance: new warband rules for Battle Companies;new rules;•  New Rules: Chaos Cult Gangs in Necromunda•  Readers’ Models: a selection of models painted by you, our readers;•  In the Bunker: what have the Dwarfers been up to this month?
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