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Sector Imperialis Sanctum
A detailed, striking scenery set, this Sanctum is 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 Sanctum was once a glorious monument to the Emperor, now fallen into disrepair by centuries of conflict. Still, it is plain to the observer that this is a place of great import – while the gothic arches may be shattered and broken, the impassive statues that guard the Sanctum still stand unbowed atop their imposing plinths, scowling at the alien, the xenos and the heretic with absolute hate.
This kit is comprised of 5 frames of plastic components (100 in total):
- 2 frames each containing 4 wall sections, covered in Imperial iconography (and skulls!), with 4 columns, 3 column top pieces (1 ruined), a vent and 2 small lamps;
- A frame of ruins and floors, containing 1 ruined corner piece section, 3 sections of broken floor, 1 section of unbroken floor, 1 small broken column, 4 small broken floor sections, 1 top piece, 2 support arches, 2 lamps which plug into the underside of the floor sections and 1 small circular lamp;
- A frame of ruined Sector Imperialis buildings, making 3 sections of ruins featuring shattered window sections, broken columns and pipework;
- A frame containing 4 flying buttresses, 4 columns, 4 column top sections and 4 statues. The statues are detailed and grim, clad in heavy robes – 1 clutches a cog-toothed axe, 1 rests a sword upon his column with a large set of keys, 1 holds a sextant and lantern and features a choice of broken or intact head, and 1 is chained, clutching a reliquary (this last statue can optionally be assembled broken.) Also included on this frame are 3 small lamps.
Rules are included for use in games of Warhammer 40,000.
In games of Warhammer 40,000: Apocalypse, models in the same unit must remain within ½” of each other at all times. The Apocalypse 32mm Movement Trays can mount up to five miniatures with Citadel 32mm Round Bases, making it much quicker and easier to move them around the battlefield while maintaining their unit coherency.
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.
Wherever Khorne's followers do battle they raise up Skull Altars – dread monuments from which to offer tribute to the Blood God and receive his blessings in return. Rising from the ground, the Skull Altar is formed out of the violent tributes heaped in offering for Khorne’s Throne.
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
In games of Warhammer 40,000: Apocalypse, models in the same unit must remain within ½” of each other at all times. The Apocalypse 40mm Movement Trays can mount either two or three miniatures with Citadel 40mm Round Bases, making it much quicker and easier to move them around the battlefield while maintaining their unit coherency.