Monday, May 20, 2013

Eldar Release List & Video





The Eldar product list has been making the rounds.  And Eldar fans are in for some great new models, and new versions  of old ones.  The big news is the Wraithknight and the Hemlock Wraithfighter / Crimson Hunter flyer.  And everything hits the streets June 1st!
 
Warhammer 40000: Codex Eldar

104 page full colour, hardback Warhammer 40,000 CodexContains New Artwork, Background and rules whilst showcasing the fantastic miniature range.

Warhammer 40000: Eldar Wraithknight
This box contains a multipart plastic kit that makes one Eldar Wraithknight, this completely new Walker stands a massive 9 inches tall and can be constructed with a variety of armaments to fulfill a range of battlefield roles.


Warhammer 40000: Eldar Hemlock Wraithfighter/ Crimson Hunter 
This box contains a multipart plastic kit that makes either a Hemlock Wraithfighter or a Crimson Hunter, both new Eldar Flyers. The Hemlock Wraithfighter is a Psychicly armed bomber designer to cause havoc among enemy troops while the Crimson Hunter is an all new aspect warrior class whom excel at aerial combat.


Warhammer 40000: Eldar Wraithguard/Wraithblades
This box contains a multipart plastic kit that makes either 5 Wraithguards previously only available in metal or 5 Wraithblades, a new type of deadly close combat warrior.


Warhammer 40000: Eldar Farseer
A plastic Clamp pack containing 1 Eldar Hero in a dynamic mid-casting posse.

 
Reformatted Warhammer 40000: Eldar Battle Force
Contains 10 Eldar Guardians and a Heavy Weapon Platform, 5 Dire Avengers (including the option of making an Exarch), a Wave Serpent and a Vyper Jetbike

 
Reformatted Warhammer 40000: Eldar Dire Avengers
The Dire Avengers squad has been repackaged as a five miniature boxed set (including the option of making an Exarch)
 
New Finecast ReleasesWarhammer 40000: Illic Nightspear·   
A clampack that contains one highly detailed Citadel Finecast resin miniature sculpted by Edgar Ramos. Illic Nightspear is an outcast who has become an deadly assassin armed with the sniper rifle Voidbringer.
 
Warhammer 40000: Eldar Spiritseer· 
A clampack that contains one highly detailed Citadel Finecast resin miniature sculpted by Mike Fores. Armed with a Witch Staff and spirit stone wearing a distinctive eyeless helm.Available While Stocks LastThese Items are highly limited, please request the quantity you require and we will supply you as close to this number as we can.
 
Warhammer 40,000 Psychic Cards: Eldar·
This pack contains 14 reference cards that describe the effects of each of the Primaris Powers and the the six psychic powers available to each area of mastery

There is also a Iyaden Codex Supplement for $ 49.50.  It is unclear of this is a rules supplement or just fluff.  It is also a digital download.

And the obligatory trailer video:



I may now have to pick up some Eldar.  Oh, who am I kidding, I have three Horus Heresy Armies to build!

Loken

9 comments:

Father Gabe said...

Yeah i saw that bit about the iyaden codex...didnt realize it was digital only, i was under the impression it was a white dwarf insert.

Stephen Taylor said...

Its purely a fluff book, but its also going to be a physical book too. No rules what so ever, but is instead an experiment to answer calls for more fluff in codexes. If it sells well, expect to see more army specific codex books with future codex releases

CLBenarius said...

I was waiting with purchasing Dire Avengers in case there were new miniatures being released. Now i clearly need to pick up the current box before having to pay a premium for 2 boxes of 5.

Im all for a fluff only supplement but 49,95 is beyond my willingness to pay.

Anonymous said...

this is probably the best teaser video GW has put up yet. way better quality imo than any of the others

Alan Preston said...

Wait the wraithknight is 9 inches tall? That woukd make it taller than a dreamforge leviathan an about the same as a FW warhound. That can't be right for a non apocalypse release.

Unforgiven said...

Sorry but the white dwarf entry clearly says there will be additional rules in the supplement.

Barret Musselman said...

The Iyanden supplement isn't download only. I just got a email from FRP games and its on their pre-order list but it is $49.50 suggested retail.

Bikeninja said...

I would like to remind everyone that the rumors are July or August for the new Apoc release. I don know but maybe a little foreshadowing here.

I am personally disgusted with these prices. I cannot start a new army because of it. In three years at this rate we will spending a $100 bucks on a land raider.

Loken said...

I changed the text on the Iyaden supplement and will try and get more ind in this.

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