The brand new edition of Blood Bowl containing everything needed to play including the 136 page hardback ‘Blood Bowl – The Official Rules’ book that contains all the rules for the new edition of the game. Contains 30 pre-coloured plastic Citadel Miniatures, including 2 Star Players, 2 Big Guys, 2 Referees and 12 miniatures in each team. Also includes 14 Blood Bowl dice, 3 templates, a double-sided pitch and 2 doublesided dugouts as well as 2 quick reference sheets to help when playing the game.
Box set contains 38 plastic Citadel Miniatures.
- 3 linked Battleplans to recreate the narrative of this set
- 2 Warscroll Battalions
- 1 Lord of Pain
- 10 Daemonettes
- 1 Hellflayer
- 10 Hellstrider
- 1 Melusai Ironscale
- 5 Blood Sisters
- 5 Blood Stalkers
- 5 Khinerai Heartrenders
- 1 token sheet
- 2 range rulers
- 9 warscroll cards
Multipart plastic kit that makes 1 plastic Citadel Miniature which makes a powerful Elites choice of a fallen Star God, for Necrons armies. Includes 3 different head designs and is a single purchase item, the Void Dragon can be included once in a Necron army.
Multipart plastic kit that makes 1 plastic miniature of a reimagined classic. The Monolith is a Lord of War choice for Necron armies. Contains 2 secondary weapon options of either 4 Death Rays or 4 Gauss Flux Arcs. Includes 2 Eternity Gate build options – one standard and one of a partially materialising Necron Warrior.
A perfect way to start collecting a Deathwatch army. Contains 15 existing, plastic multi-part miniatures: – 1 Primaris Lieutenant, 1 Primaris Apothecary, 10 Intercessors, 3 Aggressors and 2 Upgrade Frames. Approximately 47% added value
The perfect way to start collecting a Space Wolves army. Contains 17 existing, plastic multi-part miniatures: 1 Primaris Lieutenant Haldor Icepelt, 1 Invictor Tactical Warsuit, 10 Intercessors and 5 Reivers – Approximately 47% added value.
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