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The Hammer of Sigmar returns!

The Hammer of Sigmar has returned! Sigmar’s famous warhammer has been recovered from the dark forces of Chaos and, after many aeons, reunited with its master. Yet Sigmar does not wield Ghal Maraz himself, instead bestowing it to the first of the Stormcast Eternals, the indomitable Celestant-Prime. You can find out more about this formidable champion of Azyr in White Dwarf 83, out tomorrow in Games Workshop stores, independent stockists and right here on the Games Workshop webstore.

Here’s what else you can expect to find in this week’s issue:

•We investigate the Celestant-Prime, the first of the Stormcast Eternals.
•There’s a new addition to the Citadel Paint range. Or, rather, 53 of them…
•An alien monstrosity takes up residence in the Hall of Fame.
•We take a closer look at the Hallowed Knights, the fourth of Sigmar’s Stormhosts and the saviours of Ghyran. At least for now…
•We interview Golden Demon winner Joseph Brookes about his award-winning Ultramarines Captain.
•Armies on Parade: week 5. One of our painters has already finished his board and it’s very impressive indeed!
•We present the warscroll for the Celestant-Prime. Enjoy using the mighty Ghal Maraz once more.
•And plenty more besides, including Ruststalkers, hot-shots, heroes of the Stormhosts and a magical, mystical, celestial vortex.

On top of that, Warhammer Visions 20 is also available to pre-order tomorrow! Here’s a little peek and what you’ll find inside.

Check out the latest works of art by the ’Eavy Metal team, including a host of Stormcast Eternals, Blood Warriors and Blood Reavers. Check out the latest works of art by the ’Eavy Metal team, including a host of Stormcast Eternals, Blood Warriors and Blood Reavers.
Our Army of the Month is a vast collection of Death Guard, Mechanicum and Imperial Knights painted by Damien Bakewell. But are they loyalists or traitors? Our Army of the Month is a vast collection of Death Guard, Mechanicum and Imperial Knights painted by Damien Bakewell. But are they loyalists or traitors?
This issue also includes 26 pages of Golden Demon entries from Warhammer Fest 2014. This issue also includes 26 pages of Golden Demon entries from Warhammer Fest 2014.
Plus another collection of models painted and photographed by you, our readers. Plus another collection of models painted and photographed by you, our readers.

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