Formed from the bones of those killed by an abhorrant’s insane magic, a Charnel Throne exudes madness and necrotic energies. They are the seats of power for Archregents and Ghoul Kings, blazing beacons to mordants, and structures of abject horror for the enemies of the Flesh-eater Courts
Warhammer 40,000 Hero Bases
The miniatures of Warhammer 40,000 are a varied and interesting bunch – many different races and species, all coming together in a glorious game of unending war. These miniatures deserve to be placed on spectacular bases, but not everyone has the time or the ability to bash together their own.
Enter the Warhammer 40,000 Hero Bases!
Featuring 8 unique designs, these bases are a quick and easy way to base your characters. Featuring dilapidated ruins that really bring out the grim nature of Warhammer 40,000, they can be used with any of the armies featured in Warhammer 40,000 – simply paint them up and glue your miniature down.
The box contains 8 bases: 2x 32mm Round, 5x 40mm Round and 1x 60mm Round bases, with 20 human skulls, 3 ork skulls, 3 tau skulls, 2 genestealer skulls and 2 bird skulls for extra decoration.
In the wake of the Necroquake, Sigmar’s Stormvaults – arcane repositories locking away great and terrifying power – have been revealed! Now, armies from across the realms scrabble to secure the contents of the Stormvaults for themselves, while in Shyish, something stirs…
Enter the next chapter of the Soul Wars! Forbidden Power is a massive expansion that has something for every kind of Warhammer Age of Sigmar gamer. Explore the thrilling war for the Stormvaults, take part with your own forces on the tabletop, and unlock new power to use in all your games.
When the Wyldwoods of the Sylvaneth stir, enemies of the natural order must be on their guard. The awakened spirits that dwell within these ancient groves are roused to terrible fury by intrusions into their domain. They seek every chance to prey upon those foolish enough to stray beneath their shadowed boughs.
Even in the enlightened days of the 31st Millennium, many worlds of the Imperium favoured a Gothic aesthetic in their cities. Towering spires encrusted with gargoyles, domed roofs and vaulted windows featured heavily in their construction, lending Mankind's settlements a distinctive look and feel.