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Battletome: Blades of Khorne (HC)
This is your complete guide to fielding your very own army dedicated to the Blood God in the Age of Sigmar. The battletome builds on all the stuff you love from the original, with key improvements to several warscrolls and expanded rules, alongside new lore and art that illustrates Khorne’s role in the Soul Wars. Stay tuned next week for more in-depth previews from the book. The essential book for mortal and daemons of Khorne armies Contains all the rules you need to build an army of Khorne Includes rules exclusive to this Battletome: allegiance abilities, command traits, artifacts of power, prayers, battleplans, path to glory warband creation, warscroll battalions and warscrolls Includes Blood Tithe rewards (kill more, get more!) Full of brand-new Warhammer Age of Sigmar background
Bloodmaster, Herald of Khorne
The Bloodmaster is an invaluable addition to any collection of Khorne Daemons, making already-deadly Bloodletters even more murderous with nifty (and ultra-violent) aura abilities! The return of Khorne to the Mortal Realms was the ideal opportunity to bring this dark champion to life in plastic. A Herald of Khorne, now available in plastic Builds one miniature Delivers multiple attacks and Inspires Bloodletters (97-08) to leap into combat
As every Khorne fan knows, taking skulls is only part of worshipping the Blood God. The Skull Altar is a new terrain piece that allows you to get the most out of your Khorne Priests, a brazen dais from which they roar grisly invectives. In-game, it’ll allow them to re-roll their Prayer and Judgement rolls, as well as disrupting the abilities of nearby Wizards.
Karanak, the Hound of Vengeance
Lastly, next week will see Karanak, the Hound of Vengeance available outside of Wrath and Rapture, making adding them to your army or expanding an existing pack even easier.
Flesh Hounds available outside of Wrath and Rapture, making adding them to your army or expanding an existing pack even easier.
Of all Khorne’s heralds, few are as feared as Skulltaker. This brutal Bloodletter has a particular hunger for the heads of heroes, ever in search of the very greatest skulls to lay at the feet of the Skull Throne. Skulltaker will be receiving a new plastic model for use in games of Warhammer 40,000 and Warhammer Age of Sigmar, an eye-catching miniature that’ll stand out from the rest of your Khorne collection, that also makes a fun one-off project for painting. After all, what better model to claim a Slayer Sword with than the model that actually wields the Slayer Sword? A brand-new plastic version of a classic kit Builds one miniature Can command Bloodletters (97-08) to be even more savage in combat