New preorders for Bloodbowl and Adeptus Titanicus are here today from Forgeworld.

Acastus Knights rival even the Scout Titans of the Collegia Titanica in both size and power. Heavily armed and armoured, they stride across the battlefield unleashing devastating volleys from their conversion beam cannons and other deadly weaponry.

The Acastus Knight Asterius adds a highly survivable, long-range weapons platform to your Adeptus Titanicus battlegroup. Armed with an array of brutal heavy weapons, it's great for dealing with enemy Knight banners, dropping Titan shields, and bringing down wounded god-machines.

This 32-piece resin kit builds one Acastus Knight Asterius armed with paired twin conversion beam cannons, a Karacnos mortar battery, and twin volkite culverins. It also comes with a 60mm round base and a cardboard command terminal that contains all the rules for using your Acastus Knight Asterius in your games.

Kreek ‘the Verminator’ Rustgouger
Rat Ogres are natural Blood Bowl players with size, speed, and animal cunning that make them sought after by Skaven coaches all under the world. You could wait for them to improve through experience and careful training, or you can simply enhance them with warpstone-powered mechanical augmentations and give them a massive weapon to swing around. Such is the case with Kreek ‘the Verminator’ Rustgouger. 

Save up your warpstone and hire this Star Player to give your team the extra punch it needs. His services don’t come cheap, but you can hardly imagine a stronger lynchpin around which to run winning plays. Kreek wields his ball and chain to deadly effect, but he’s so tremendously popular (and frightening) that the refs allow him to stay on the pitch a bit longer than they should.

This finely detailed resin model is supplied in 5 pieces and comes with a 32mm Round Blood Bowl Base. The package includes all the rules you’ll need to use Kreek ‘the Verminator’ Rustgouger in your games of Blood Bowl.

Wilhelm Chaney

 Though Wilhelm Chaney is now regarded as an exceptional talent and a true professional, this was not always the case for ’the Wolfman’. Bitten by a werewolf at a young age, he was forced to spend most of his adolescent years as an outcast from society, and it is this that is widely accepted as the cause of his erratic behaviour both on and off the pitch.

If you love werewolves, Wilhelm Chaney can do everything they do, and then some. The Wolfman hits harder, mauls more viciously, and his lifelong interest in the game of fetch means he can catch a long bomb. What a good boy! Your Sylvanian Spotlight teams will never be the same.

This finely-detailed resin model is supplied in 9 pieces and comes with a 32mm Round Blood Bowl Base. You can find all the rules you need to use Wilhelm Chaney in Spike! Journal Issue 11.

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