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Even more new Dark Eldar products!

Did you know there are two new plastic boxed sets available to pre-order this week? You didn’t? Then read on.

The Kabalite Skysplinter and the Wych Cult Swiftshard are two new boxed sets ideal for fans of the Dark Eldar. Whether you're new to their fiendish ways or a seasoned veteran of realspace raids, these boxes are a great way to add to your collection.

One man who has already painted a host of Dark Eldar kits is Kjell Ørnulv Hallbing, who has amassed over 100 painted warriors and a dozen vehicles for his raiding force. He was inspired to start them when he read their background, preferring their dark nature to that of their Craftworld cousins.

The backbone of Kjell’s army is 40 Kabalite Warriors, all of them mounted in Raiders or Venoms. In fact, the whole army bar the Scourges are mounted in vehicles, making Kjell’s strike force incredibly quick and deadly. The backbone of Kjell’s army is 40 Kabalite Warriors, all of them mounted in Raiders or Venoms. In fact, the whole army bar the Scourges are mounted in vehicles, making Kjell’s strike force incredibly quick and deadly.
Kjell painted his Dark Eldar with shimmering blue armour. Clever use of metallic paints, washes and varnishes gives them a sinister, otherworldly look. Kjell painted his Dark Eldar with shimmering blue armour. Clever use of metallic paints, washes and varnishes gives them a sinister, otherworldly look.
Wyches form the fast assault element of Kjell’s army. Note the use of the impassive visored Wych-helms on the Raider crew. Wyches form the fast assault element of Kjell’s army. Note the use of the impassive visored Wych-helms on the Raider crew.
Kjell’s army is led by this conversion of Asdrubael Vect, made from the Archon model, but with a different head and a load of extra trophy racks. Kjell’s army is led by this conversion of Asdrubael Vect, made from the Archon model, but with a different head and a load of extra trophy racks.