The realm of Sylvania lies in darkness, surrounded by the Wind of Death. Bretonnia reels from the carnage of civil war. Ulthuan and Lustria are beset by Daemons. Naggaroth battles the servants of the Blood God. Estalia and Tilea have disappeared beneath chittering hordes. Khemri is no more. The Dwarfs barricade their mountain holds against the greenskins. The Empire endures.
The armies of the Three-Eyed King march south, led by the Glottkin, a trio of brothers favoured by the Chaos god Nurgle. Watch the video (if you dare) to see more of these incredible new characters, available to pre-order now.
Like Nagash before them, the Glottkin model is huge, a towering effigy of plague and disease, a living monument to Grandfather Nurgle. Ghurk is the largest of the three brothers, a monstrous beast with an insatiable appetite. Riding on his back are his brothers, the sorcerer Ethrac and the warrior Otto. To fully appreciate this miniature, make sure you check out the pages of White Dwarf (out today) and the product page below where you can see this disgusting models from every angle.
Alongside this phenomenally gross model is a brand new book, Warhammer: Glottkin, the second book of the End Times. Like Nagash, it’s a must-have for anyone that loves Warhammer, a weighty two-volume set detailing the invasion of the Empire by the armies of the Glottkin. The first book in the set contains the full story, continuing where Nagash left off, with the Emperor missing and the Auric Bastion close to destruction. It’s packed with new artwork (pages of it, in fact), incredible stories and detailed accounts of the battles that take place during their invasion. The second book includes rules for the Glottkin, the Maggoth Lords, Gutrot Spume and the Blightkings and rules for fighting in cities and towns. It also enables you to build a Legion of Chaos, combining Warriors of Chaos, Beastmen and Daemons. This is Chaos at its biggest and best! Come back next week to find out more about the fate of the Warhammer world.
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Of course, if you’re getting Warhammer: Glottkin, you’ll definitely want to get your hands on the new End Times novel, The Fall of Altdorf. Bet you can’t guess what it’s about. And yes, more heroes die. There will be a lot less moustaches in the Warhammer world by the time you get to the end. The last few pages are especially heart-wrenching. Warhammer: Visions 10 is also available to pre-order and includes even more pictures of the Brothers Glott and their plague-ridden legions.
But that’s not all, because there are also two boxed sets out this week (and in the run-up to Christmas no-less), the Adeptus Astartes Strikeforce and the Wrath of the Hive Mind.