Warhammer Day is coming October eighth and Games Workshop has a surprising new miniature you will get to have fun!
Warhammer goes to be celebrating 35 years this October and Games Workshop is throwing a celebration — kind of. They shall be internet hosting an Online Preview with a great deal of superior reveals that day so remember to tune in for that. Furthermore, you’ll have the ability to cease by your native Warhammer Store (or on-line) on October eighth for a particular new miniature. They have named it “Bayard’s Revenge” and it’ll even be out there from Independant Stockists between October Fifteenth-Twenty third.
“Such an epic setting deserves an equally epic birthday, so this year’s Warhammer Day – on the 8th of October – will be dedicated to Warhammer 40,000. This will also be your first chance to pre-order the stunning commemorative miniature released as part of the celebration.”
Want to affix in on the enjoyable? GW can also be pushing a brand new #hashtag for hobbyists to make use of.
“If you want to mark this momentous occasion yourself by painting up some miniatures inspired by Warhammer 40,000’s 35 year history, we’d love to see them! How about doing a new kit painted up in a classic style, such as a Space Marines Intercessor with a bright-red gun casing and a green-rimmed base? Or perhaps recreate an iconic piece of artwork, such as the cover of a classic boxed set or codex? Share your progress on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram using #35YearsOf40K.”
Who is aware of — paint up your favourite minis and use that #35YearsOf40k and also you may simply present up as a part of the net celebration, too!
If you wish to get your arms on that miniature, cease by your native Warhammer Store on October eighth or try your native Independent shops between October Fifteenth-Twenty third!
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Writer, Editor, Texas Native, and Austinite for 15+ years, Adam covers all issues Tabletop Gaming. Which consists of Warhammer 40,000, Age of Sigmar, D&D, Board Games and the whole lot else that entails cube, boards, playing cards and a desk.
A hobbyist, participant, and collector of miniatures and video games, Adam’s present obsession are his Death Armies for Age of Sigmar, his Blood Angels and Tyranids for 40k, and his ever rising Arkham Horror: The Card Game Collection.