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White Dwarf, Warhammer Visions, Assassins!

New White Dwarf. New Warhammer Visions. New Imperial Assassins. It’s big news all round this week. The first thing to note is that Warhammer Visions has a new look and it’s considerably beefier than it used to be. Now larger than a Codex, it contains all the same great content as before, but with bigger and better pictures of some of the best-painted miniatures in the world. You can see more of Warhammer Visions 16 below.

The other great news is that there’s a brand new boxed game coming out which includes four new Assassin miniatures. Intrigued? Of course you are. You can find out all about it in this week’s issue of White Dwarf, out tomorrow in Games Workshop stores, independent stockists and right here on the Games Workshop webstore. This week’s White Dwarf also includes a stage-by-stage painting guide for the Vindicare Assassin and full rules for using the four Assassins in your games of Warhammer 40,000. But that’s not all. Desperate to find out more about Assassinorum: Execution Force – the boxed game they come in – we played a game of it. We got so into it that we had to make the issue four pages bigger to fit it in!

And here’s a little of what you can expect to find in Warhammer Visions, available to pre-order tomorrow:

This issue includes one of our most impressive armies of the month to date, a vast army of the Imperium by James Karch, including Space Wolves, Sons of Guilliman, Imperial Knights and Militarum Tempestus Scions. On our new-size pages, it’s a wonder to behold. This issue includes one of our most impressive armies of the month to date, a vast army of the Imperium by James Karch, including Space Wolves, Sons of Guilliman, Imperial Knights and Militarum Tempestus Scions. On our new-size pages, it’s a wonder to behold.
Paint Splatter makes a return this issue with stage-by-stage painting guides for a host of Skitarii models in the Forge World Metalica colour scheme. There’s also a painting guide for Sicarian Ruststalkers in the Mars colour scheme should you wish to paint your cyborgs in the more traditional colours of the Adeptus Mechanicus. Paint Splatter makes a return this issue with stage-by-stage painting guides for a host of Skitarii models in the Forge World Metalica colour scheme. There’s also a painting guide for Sicarian Ruststalkers in the Mars colour scheme should you wish to paint your cyborgs in the more traditional colours of the Adeptus Mechanicus.

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.

Come back tomorrow to see more of Assassinorum: Execution Force.