The forces of Order are the Mortal Realms’ shield against Chaos. Order is a loose alliance of the free peoples of the realms – humans, aelves and duardin, alongside staunch defenders of law like Sigmar’s Stormcast Eternals, more exotic forces including Alarielle’s Sylvaneth and the mysterious Seraphon, as well as more sinister forces with their own goals and agendas, such as the Daughters of Khaine and Idoneth Deepkin.

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Warhammer-AOS-start collecting anvilguard

80.00 72.00
Get a head start on your Cities of Sigmar army with this money-saving boxed set! Containing the core of your army, it’ll making getting beginning a new collection simple. Inside, you’ll find a deadly raiding party of Scourge Corsairs, ready to battle for your Anvilgard army – or any Cities of Sigmar force you like! In this set, you'll find: - 1x Black Ark Fleetmaster – a skilled and deadly commander to lead your forces - 10x Black Ark Corsairs – fast-moving and versatile raiders armed with your choice of blades or repeater handbows - 1x Kharibdyss – a terrifying, regenerating monstrosity that can also be assembled as a War Hydra - 1x Scourgerunner Chariot – a rapid-striking, monster-slaying chariot that can also be built as a heavily armoured Drakespawn chariot This set contains 13 miniatures, and is supplied with 2x 120mm Oval Bases and 11x 25mm Round bases.

Warhammer-AOS-Sylvaneth tree-revenants

35.00 31.50
Merciless, fast and graceful, Tree-Revenants have a number of duties in a sylvaneth Household. Patrol, defence, conquering and crushing; huge bands of Tree-Revenants, with their sombre outlook and delicate limbs make the bulk of a Household force. Everything they do is reminiscent of the Protectors of ancient days – their intention is is to uphold and strengthen the memory of those beings. This multi-part plastic kit contains all the components necessary to assemble five Tree-Revenants, armed with a variety of enchanted blades (swords, scythes, an axe and a pick are included.) One model can be assembled as a Scion, wielding a Protector Glaive, one can be assembled as a Glade Banner and one can be assembled with Waypipes. Supplied with five Citadel 32mm Round bases. This kit can also be used to assemble five Spite-Revenants.

Warhammer – Daughters of Khaine

70.00 63.00
Lead the graceful and deadly Daughters of Khaine into battle for the glory of the God of Murder with this Start Collecting! set. The set can be assembled in one of two ways: - 1x Cauldron of Blood (supplied with a Citadel Large Oval Base) - 1x Hag Queen or Slaughter Queen (supplied with a Citadel 25mm Round Base) - 1x Bloodwrack Medusa (supplied with a Citadel 40mm Round Base) - 5x Melusai Blood Stalkers – these models can also be assembled as Melusai Blood Sisters (each supplied with a Citadel 40mm Round Base) Or… - 1x Bloodwrack Shrine (supplied with a Citadel Large Oval Base) - 1x Hag Queen (supplied with a Citadel 25mm Round Base) - 1x Slaughter Queen on foot (supplied with a Citadel 25mm Round Base) - 1x Avatar of Khaine (supplied with a Citadel 40mm Round Base) - 5x Melusai Blood Stalkers – these models can also be assembled as Melusai Blood Sisters (each supplied with a Citadel 40mm Round Base) The rules for these models can be found in Battletome: Daughters of Khaine.

Warhammer – Seraphon – Realmshaper Engine

45.00 40.50
There are no lengths the Seraphon will not go to in order to see the Great Plan fulfilled. At a Starmaster’s decree, Realmshaper Engines are deployed to remake reality in line with the Old Ones’ will, rendering the lands a primordial haven for the lizardfolk and a sweltering, inhospitable nightmare for their foes. The very battlefield itself is yours to remake with the Realmshaper Engine – a massive scenery piece that’s ideal for Seraphon armies or those looking to build sprawling temple-complexes in the Mortal Realms. Whether hosting a garrison of Seraphon troops, smiting enemies with the land itself or just making for an interesting bit of tactical terrain to battle over, it’s a cracking addition to your scenery collection. This set builds one Realmshaper Engine. Thanks to innovative design, you can build a squeaky-clean version of this massive edifice, or one covered in thick vines and foliage – perfect for distinguishing between Coalesced and Starborne Realmshaper Engines. Combine several sets to make an impressive temple-city of your own! This set is supplied in 42 plastic components.

Warhammer – Stormcast Eternals – Celestant – Prime

64.50 58.05
The wrath of the God-King. The Avenging Angel of Azyr. The Bearer of the World-Hammer. The First Scion of Sigmar - this is the Celestant-Prime. A great king and guardian of men even in mortal life, he has been strengthened by a prodigious infusion of Sigmar’s divine might; but even this power was not enough. Now wielding the Skull Splitter, the Great Shatterer Ghal Maraz, the Celestant-Prime’s fury roars across the battlefields of the realms as an overwhelming clarion call. The thunderous impact of Ghal Maraz can slay a daemon with one blow, setting the spirit within free to make its way to Azyr. This multi-part plastic kit is everything you need to build one incredible Celestant-Prime miniature. Carrying Ghal Maraz - the legendary Hammer of Sigmar - and a cometstrike sceptre, capable of bringing celestial objects down from the heavens to annihilate foes in a blaze of light and fury, this model is borne aloft on a celestial vortex, features an intricately-detailed cloak, and can be modelled with arms aloft or down by his sides. Forty components in total, includes a Citadel 100mm Round base.

Warhammer -Stormcast Eternals – Numinous Occulum

53.00 47.70
Places of arcane power and eldritch might, each Numinous Occulum connects the magic of the realms with strands of pulsing sorcery. Wizards that can master the spinning wheels of the occulum can peer into the future or the past, manipulate time or alter the fates themselves to bring ruin to their enemies and victory to their dark masters. This plastic kit gives you everything needed to build one Numinous Occulum, a place of sinister magic and grim, portentous happenings in the Age of Sigmar

Warhammer – Dwarfes/fyreslayers – Ironbreakers

40.00 36.00
In a labyrinth of tunnels the Ironbreakers stand guard. The protectors of all that is sacred, the Ironbreakers battle tirelessly to prevent the desecration of their homes. Clad in gromril and armed with axe and shield, they stand bold. They are impervious, implacable and unmoving. This multi-part plastic kit contains the components needed to make 10 Ironbreakers, each armed with either Ironbreaker axe or hammer and shield. It includes the options for an Ironbeard (who can be armed with a drakefire pistol and cinderblast bomb, or a brace of drakefire pistols), an icon bearer and a drummer. This kit contains 85 components and can be used to assemble either Ironbreakers or Irondrakes. Supplied with 10 Citadel 25mm Round bases.

Warhammer – Kharadron Overlords – Skyriggers

35.00 31.50
Skywardens are elite members of the Arkanaut crews, a form of aerial cavalry that can scramble to aid the fleets. They use potent, heat-generating vulcaniser pistols to fell foes before lowering their skypikes and charging in to finish them off. Each Skywarden is equipped with skymines for harrying flying foes, and a timed explosive. These charges are the perfect weapon to aid the Skywardens’ hit-and-run attacks, for their delayed detonations cause chaos among the foe, allowing the duardin to jet away in a blast of aether-exhaust. This multi-part plastic kit contains the components necessary to assemble 3 Skywardens. They feature skymines trailing from their dirigibles, which are detailed with the pipework and equipment needed to make their aether-gold vapour-fuelled flight possible, and carry vulcaniser pistols and skypikes. One Skywarden can carry an aethermatic volley gun, and one can carry a skyhook, drill cannon or grapnel launcher. There’s a custom head option for the Skywarden Custodian, and there are plenty of extra details for making your Skywardens unique: a spare vulcaniser pistol and a variety of maintenance tools. This kit comes as 88 components, and is supplied with 3 Citadel 32mm Round bases and 3 flying stems of differing heights: 30mm, 32.5mm and 35mm. It can optionally be used to assemble 3 Endrinriggers.

Warhammer – Kharadron Overlords – Brokk Grungsson, Lord-Magnate of Barak-Nar

32.50 29.25
Brokk Grungsson exemplifies the self-made Kharadron Overlord privateer. He is rapacious in the hunt for aether-gold, and daring in his explorations of the skybound wonders of Chamon. Brokk Grungsson is the only Admiral that has successfully led a fleet around the Spire, the fabled Horn of Chamon. Some Kharadron would be satisfied having achieved such honours, but Brokk Grungsson strives on, hungry for ever-more success and recognition – his natural aeronautical abilities and aggressive nature mean these successes are rarely far from his grasp. This multi-part plastic kit contains the components necessary to assemble Brokk Grungsson, Lord-Magnate of Barak-Nar. Borne aloft in an elaborate, custom-made dirigible suit, he’s armed with a sizable cannon known as Grungsson’s Boast, a multi-barrelled gun called the Magnate’s Charter and an aethermatic saw for close combat. He also features aetherblasters mounted in his impressive moustache; such is the opulence his status brings! The suit itself is covered in the kind of pipes, valves, cogs and latticework you’d expect for a duardin able to pay for the finest things in war, even including a custom filtration system and powered assistance for his limbs. Brokk Grungsson is a powerful duardin, and before his enemies die, he wants them to know it... This model comprises 46 components, and is supplied with a Citadel 50mm Round base, with a 35mm ball and socket flying stem.

Warhammer – Kharadron Overlords – Endrinmaster

22.50 20.25
Endrinmasters are senior members of the Endrineers Guild responsible for the upkeep of the fleets, and they take great pride in the speed and firepower of the craft under their auspices. They can strip down and reassemble an aether-endrin while hanging upside down miles above land, and pick out a single misalignment amidst thousands of moving cogs using a mechanical intuition that other races might call magic. This multi-part plastic kit contains the components necessary to assemble an Endrinmaster. Covered in details signifying his genius in maintaining the complex machinery of the skyfleets, he wields a massive aetherhammer – this is connected to his suit by pipes and metal arms, implying incredible weight only he could lift. His headgear, as well as a variety of lenses used to aid diagnostics, features the ‘God’s Eye’; a beam emitter that can cut through and weld metal (with a nice secondary use in blasting enemies), and he’s brimming with tools and equipment for battlefield repairs; the Endrinmaster goes so far as carrying an anvil into battle for on the spot repairs!! This model comes as 13 components, and is supplied with a Citadel 32mm Round base.

Warhammer – Idoneth deepkin – Isharann Tidecaster

22.50 20.25
It is the Tidecasters who conjure the phantasmal sea that allows aelf and aquatic beast to move and breathe as if they were in their own natural environment. They are able to conjure spells from the repressed anguish of the Idoneth, the curse that echoes still from their ancestors’ torture within Slaanesh. Such magics take the form of crushing waves of despair, black pits of hopelessness or raging maelstroms of horror that shatter the minds of the foe, leaving them open to attacks from the Namarti and Akhelians. So potent are these enchantments that some victims believe themselves to be trapped underwater, causing them to drown in their own fear and sorrow. This multi-part plastic kit contains the components necessary to assemble an Isharann Tidecaster. Standing atop a large, fallen aelven ruin (the head of a statue, featuring a carved ruin on the forehead), she is posed very much in the manner of a wizard summoning something dark – her eyes are closed, and she clutches a rune in her right hand (the aelven rune for water in fact, an indication of the phantasmal seas she controls). She is clad in metal plate armour, with spiked shoulder pads holding the large cloak that billows behind her. Above her head is a finned crest attached to her helmet, with a shell at the centre. Denoting her wizardly status further is a scroll case and a set of potion bottles that hang from her hip. She is armed with a pelagic staff, and is accompanied a spirit guardian which swims around her, keeping her from harm. This kit comes as 12 components, and is supplied with a Citadel 32mm Round base.

Warhammer – Idoneth deepkin – Isharann Soulrender

22.50 20.25
The Soulrenders are unusual amongst the Isharann, for they are trained alongside the Akhelians, and are well accustomed to acting at the forefront of battle. Upon each Soulrender’s helm dangles a lurelight, its strange glow attracting and absorbing souls. Armed with a hooked polearm known as a talúnhook, Soulrenders fight alongside the Namarti, replenishing their subordinates’ ranks even as they reap spirit-stuff. A rope-catch attached to the talúnhook is ideal for snaring foes that attempt to flee, and each Soulrender employs a Rakerdart, a bond-beast that glides at its master’s feet, ready to stab prey with its sharp bill to ensure none can escape. This multi-part plastic kit contains the components necessary to assemble an Isharann Soulrender. Far more heavily armoured than the Namarti he fights alongside, this model is clad in thick metal plate, with enormous shoulder pads in the shape of nets giving the model a particularly aggressive silhouette. The lower half is covered by a large robe featuring embroidered waves, from under which his heavy boots peek – his left foot is standing on a barnacle-encrusted rock, which decorates the base. His helmet is a standout feature – partially closed, a large metal structure looms out and over the top of his head, ending with the lurelight he uses to attract the soulstuff that fuels his kin. His talúnhook is massive – longer than he is tall – and ends in a wicked serrated blade, curving into an evil-looking hook, with its rope-catch dangling beneath. The Rakerdart that accompanies him is clearly a creature accustomed to combat, with plates running the length of its body and a large spike providing offensive weaponry.