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.
Sector Imperialis Ruins
A detailed, striking scenery set, these ruins are a modular plastic kit entirely compatible with others across the Sector Imperialis and Sector Mechanicus ranges. Combine as many kits as you like to create enormous, evocative multi-level environments perfect for games of Warhammer 40,000!
The Sector Imperialis Ruins are a set of 4 sections, designed to evoke a city destroyed by brutal warfare. They are what remains of splendid, towering gothic architecture – tall window arches, fluted columns and many, many skulls adorn the walls, with vents, air processing units and pipework giving the kit a used, industrial feeling. Each ruins’ floor section has been designed to leave plenty of space for gaming in – larger miniatures fit easily within. All the fittings are of the same dimensions as those in the Sector Mechanicus range, meaning adding these to your existing scenery setup will be simple.
This kit comes as 24 plastic components, and is supplied with rules for use in games of Warhammer 40,000.
You've read the Warhammer 40,000 rules, assembled your models and painted them beautifully. Now, you just need somewhere for them to fight. These boards let you battle over either the irradiated wasteland of a forge world or a ruined moonscape to prove the dominance of your forces and you as a general.
Easily add scenery to your games of Warhammer Age of Sigmar with this set of ruins, entirely compatible with the Azyrite Ruins scenery sets. It makes 3 sections of ruins, 2 of which feature raised floor sections, a corner piece, a broken pillar, and includes a padlocked chest. The longer sections of ruined wall can be joined together to make a single, longer section, the whole piece bedecked with detailed Sigmarite iconography, and the entire set is push-fit – no glue is required to assemble, meaning you can have this set on your gaming table almost immediately!
When the necroquake shook the foundations of the Mortal Realms, the barriers between the aether and the Mortal Realms were weakened. For practitioners of magic, this meant more eldritch powers were within their reach – for the followers of Khorne, who despise the arcane, it meant they could more easily draw manifestations of the Blood God’s judgements from the Realm of Chaos and send them crashing down upon their enemies.