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White Dwarf’s seeing red

Let’s not pussy-foot around the subject – there’s an incredible new Bloodthirster dominating the front cover of this week’s White Dwarf. Axe of Khorne in one hand, hammer-headed bloodflail in the other, he’s ready to spill blood and reap skulls in the Blood God’s name. Want to know more? Of course you do. You can pick up a copy of White Dwarf from your local Games Workshop store, independent stockist or right here from the Games Workshop webstore. White Dwarf is also available as a digital download from the Black Library website, but only if you’ve got enough skulls to pay for it.

Continuing the bloody theme, this week’s issue also includes a four-page painting guide for Khorne’s greatest servants and new rules for Warhammer for all three Bloodthirsters (yes, three!). We also take an in-depth look at a Discourse with the Damned, focusing on Khorne’s place in the Chaos pantheon, his blood-drenched realm, his endless legions and his most deadly champions, plus a tale of the Dance Without End and plenty more besides.

But that’s not all because Warhammer: Visions 14 is available to pre-order this weekend.

Our 14th issue is packed with pictures of Citadel miniatures, including 50 pages of Golden Demon entries. If you’re after inspiration for your next project, this is the article to look at first. Our 14th issue is packed with pictures of Citadel miniatures, including 50 pages of Golden Demon entries. If you’re after inspiration for your next project, this is the article to look at first.
This issue features our third Readers Parade Ground, including Ogres, Tomb Kings, Orcs, Tau, Space Marines and an Imperial Knight. This issue features our third Readers Parade Ground, including Ogres, Tomb Kings, Orcs, Tau, Space Marines and an Imperial Knight.
In issue 54 of White Dwarf, we featured a few pictures of Paul Evan’s vast Ork army – Waaagh! Git Stix. You can see the full army, featuring scores of incredible conversions, in this issue of Warhammer: Visions. In issue 54 of White Dwarf, we featured a few pictures of Paul Evan’s vast Ork army – Waaagh! Git Stix. You can see the full army, featuring scores of incredible conversions, in this issue of Warhammer: Visions.
Need more Harlequin painting tips? This issue’s got stage-by-stage painting guides for the Masques of the Frozen Stars, the Dreaming Shadow and the Veiled Path. Need more Harlequin painting tips? This issue’s got stage-by-stage painting guides for the Masques of the Frozen Stars, the Dreaming Shadow and the Veiled Path.

White Dwarf is also available as eBook digital downloads from the Black Library website and through iBooks, while Warhammer: Visions is available to download for iPad and Apple computers from Apple Newsstand.