Jain Zar is revealed to be the faction leader of the Eldar in Eternal Crusade.

Since I’m not familiar with EC mechanics, I don’t know if this means that some tart who donated enough will be able to play as our mythical ten thousand years old demigod momma or she will be just an overpowered friendly npc for eldar.

I’m hoping for the latter. Helping her to wreck some dumb raiding party at your home like it was with Thrall (maybe Overlord Saurfang is a better example since they both are adepts at cleaving shit) would be priceless.


This week sees the brutal, bloody, Baphomet-esque beasties that are the Great Daemon of Khorne, the Bloodthirster, in its new myriad forms.

  • Khorne Bloodthirster

Bloodthirsters are the mightiest of Khorne’s daemons, the fury of war given terrible form. Every one of these towering beasts is the equal of an entire mortal army.

This multi-part plastic kit allows you to make any one of three specific types of Bloodthirster: the Wrath of Khorne Bloodthirster, the Bloodthirster of Insensate Rage, or the Bloodthirster of Unfettered Fury.

The Wrath of Khorne Bloodthirster is armed with a wrathaxe - a double-headed axe that bears two equal-sized blades - and a bloodflail. The head is designed to represent the classic Bloodthirster hounds face, framed with the Khorne icon.

The Bloodthirster of Insensate Rage is armed with an enormous double-handed axe. His head has a fanged maw with a forked tongue protruding between the teeth, and there are four horns atop his head.

The Bloodthirster of Unfettered Fury is armed with an axe - a double-headed version with two different sized blades - and a long whip. As with the other Bloodthirsters there is a specific head for this variant; the most gruesomely skull-like of the three.

Whichever variant you choose to build, the model is absolutely covered in the iconography of Khorne, from the weapons, through to the pair of wings and armour detailing. There is a choice of two sets of legs, either running or leaping atop flames. There are three different torso fronts, two designs of belly plates, two choices of loincloth and the option of adding armour plates to the legs and torso should you wish. All in all, this model is a total monster, in every sense of the word.

The Khorne Bloodthirster has 80 components and is supplied with a 60x100mm monster base and a large oval base.

These new chaps are enough to make me question my distaste for the grumpiest of the Darker Powers with their beauty.

As with the Vermin Lords, I am hard pressed to choose a favourite build, but if I had to choose one it would be Unfettered Fury.

The wings and details are simply divine, if anything Khornate can be, and they even rival the Forge World model for looks, if not stature. 

  • The Blood Hunt Web Bundle

Comprising the most predatory and blood-hungry daemons of Khorne’s mighty legions, this ruthless, otherworldly hunting party will run their quarry into the ground, even it takes them until the end of the world.
This web bundle contains 44 Citadel miniatures, including: 1 Khorne Bloodthirster, 30 Bloodletters of Khorne, 3 Bloodcrushers of Khorne and 10 Flesh Hounds of Khorne. 

Another classic web bundle for when you need all the Khornate goodies to collect blood and skulls for the great brass throne.

What do you guys think about this latest release?

 - Darth Sebious


We have achieved Contemptor Helbrute! Word Bearers deliver again with a brand new model. This time, we have a chaos-warped dreadnought. I love dreads. I love Helbrutes. I love bigger Helbrutes! This is something I’d love to have it was available to a 40k CSM army. The Decimator can go suck it! The mangled armor pieces and teeth juxtaposed with the runes and purity seals… mmf, just take my money now!

This baby is tough as nails with Adamantium Will AND It Will Not Die. It resists flame and plasma, anything without high toughness, and difficult terrain. It is a nightmare for daemons and psykers as well as anything with an invuln save. Good luck fighting this 200+ points beast. That is, of course unless your dice favor your armourbane weapons.

whichcaneternalie asked:

Forgive me if I am ignorant, O knower of the Dark Pantheon, but as I have come to know this Pantheon, I have heard whispers of one who bears the twin appellations of Malal and Malice. I know of the Great Game and the eternal rivalries of Tzeentch, Slaanesh, Nurgle, and Khorne, and of the myriad domains and complexities of the Octed Path. So, I have come to wonder wherein Malal/Malice fits? I know he represents Anarchy and Terror and despises the other gods. So does he fit in the Formless Wastes?

There is no shame in ignorance as long as you are willing to enlighten yourself. It is true that there are some cults who have worshipped and still worship Malal, and yes he is -or more precisely was- the embodiment of anarchy. Chaos fighting against Chaos itself if you wish. Nowadays the Four gained so much power that Malal can only exist thanks to the small cults who still worship him. In my honest opinion all worshippers of Chaos shall decide themselves which member of the Pantheon to follow, be it a stronger" orweaker" god.

In short; Malal is the embodiment of anarchy in the sense of the other gods fighting among themselves. (as i see it atleast)

I hope you found answer for your question in my words. May the Dark Gods watch over you.

I got my roommate to play a game of 40k with me once

He used Deep Strike with my Warp Spiders and called it Space Jam. And now I think of all Deep Strikes as Space Jams.

It’s a shame I don’t play any Space Marine armies or he totally could have had the best Come on and Slam Space Jam in the game