Blood Bowl is now available for two weeks of pre-orders before it goes live on November 25th. Alongside the core game is Death Zone Season One along with the Skavenblight Scramblers team.
New from Games Workshop
Blood Bowl & Death Zone Season One £80
Blood Bowl £65
Skavenblight Scramblers £20
Blood Bowl Death Zone Season One £15
Skavenblight Scramblers Dice Set £7
Web Exclusive Blood Bowl Special Play Card (ENG) £0
Warhammer 40,000: Planetary Onslaught (Hardback) £25
The Beast Arises: The Beheading (Hardback) £12.99
Planetary Onslaught Description
Invasion and conquest in the 41st Millennium
Across the vast galactic expanses of the Imperium of Man, a desperate war of survival has raged for more than ten thousand years. Countless savage battles are being fought at any given moment – and none rage more fiercely than those fought between an invading army and a desperate defending force.
The 112-page hardback supplement Planetary Onslaught brings together and updates the rules for 3 Warhammer 40,000 expansions – Planetstrike, Stronghold Assault and Cities of Death – and presents them as stages of planetary conquest. Play them individually, or string the three different sets of rules together to create an epic campaign that tells the story of the fate of an entire world! One player assumes the role of aggressor, and the other defender, playing through the three phases with additional rules tying the whole campaign together into a single, brutal Planetary Onslaught.
There’s also a huge array of updated datasheets for Fortifications and Fortification Networks, new Siege War missions, and full campaign trees for Planetstrike, Stronghold Assault and Cities of Death games.
- 6 Planetstrike missions
- 6 Stronghold Assault missions
- 6 Cities of Death missions
- Rules and campaign trees for a Planetary Onslaught campaign – play through the conquest of an occupied world from invasion to destruction!
- Updated datasheets for the following Fortifications, which can be used by any Warhammer 40,000 army:
Aegis Defence Line
Wall of Martyrs Imperial Defence Line
Wall of Martyrs Imperial Defence Emplacement
Wall of Martyrs Imperial Bunker
Wall of Martyrs Firestorm Redoubt
Wall of Martyrs Vengeance Weapon Battery
Macro-cannon Aquila Strongpoint
Vortex Missile Aquila Strongpoint
Fortress of Redemption
Void Shield Generator
Shrine of the Aquila
Manufactorum Armoured Containers
Skyshield Landing Pad
Promethium Relay Pipes
- Rules for the following Fortification Networks, usable by any Warhammer 40,000 army:
Wall of Martyrs Imperial Defence Network
Void Relay Network
- Rules for the following Fortifications and Fortification Networks usable by the Tau Empire:
Tidewall Defence Network
Blood Bowl Description
The classic game of fantasy football is back!
A combination of strategy, tactics, and absolute mindless violence, Blood Bowl is the classic game of fantasy football. 2 players act as coaches, selecting their teams from rosters of Human and Orcs and taking to the playing field to earn fame, fortune and the adulation of fans along the way!
Included in the box
Everything you need for yourself and an opponent to play bone-crunching games of Blood Bowl:
- 12 plastic Human players: 2 Blitzers, 2 Throwers, 2 Catchers and 6 Linemen;
- 12 plastic Orc players: 2 Blitzers, 2 Throwers, 2 Black Orc Blockers and 6 Linemen;
- extra balls, team counters, and bases featuring holes to place the ball in, indicating possession;
- a double-sided foldout card pitch – one Orc side, one Human side, each divided into squares to regulate movement and combat;
- 2 card dugouts, each with a Human team’s sideline on one side and an Orc sideline on the other;
- a deck of cards detailing Special Plays and Star Players, as well as references for the included miniatures;
- 2 sets of dice, coloured blue for the Humans and green (of course!) for the Orcs – a mix of D6 Block dice, ordinary D6’s, D8’s and D16’s;
- a 56-page rulebook – this contains the basic rules of Blood Bowl, a number of optional extra rules (Fan Support, different weather, Illegal Procedures, time limits, hand-overs, block assists and more), a guide to assembling your teams and the story of Blood Bowl’s origins;
- a range ruler (used for measuring distances when throwing the ball), scatter template (used to see where the ball careens off to when dropped) and throw-in template;
- a sheet of decals containing number and team symbols, and a list of player positions that can be applied to the edge of your models’ bases.