Wednesday, February 23, 2011

Warhammer Forge Release 3

A little late on this one myself today , but its relevant since I am going to try to reserve this with an up front payment for delivery at Adepticon and see if they can pull it off without screwing it up. If you've followed Forge World at all over the years you know they've been logistically challenged across the board, personally screwing up all three major orders I made with them. But they have always made good and I find this model very appealing for my army...especially with my friends new found talent for sculpting wings. about $58.00 for mounted and foot model with options and no shipping??! Huzzah!!!...

Theodore Bruckner on Reaper and on Foot

Theodore BrucknerTheodore Bruckner is a giant of a man, the serving Judicial Champion of Nuln and Countess Emmanuelle’s Headsman. Wielding the ancient sword 'Liarsbane', Bruckner will often take to the field of battle alongside the Iron Companies of Nuln, mounted on the fearsome Demigryph, Reaper, which is perhaps the largest of its kind.

Theodore Bruckner on Reaper and on Foot is a full resin set, sculpted by Kev White, containing this mighty champion both mounted on his fell Demigryph and on foot. Four different head options are included in this set: two different variations of both a helmeted and bare head, providing a wealth of modelling options.

The Judicial Champion will play a major role in the forthcoming book Tamurkhan: The Throne of Chaos, and to allow you to use this battlefield terror in your games of Warhammer, Alan Bligh has provided these experimental rules as a free download.

Theodor Bruckner on Reaper and on Foot is available to order now for immediate despatch.

Warhammer Forge at Forge World Events

Forge World Open Day – April 3rd 2011
Sunday the 3rd of April sees the Warhammer Forge team occupying Warhammer World here in Nottingham for the annual Forge World Open Day, which runs from 10am until 4pm and is free to attend.

The Warhammer Forge sculpting team, showcasing work-in-progress miniatures and forthcoming releases on their studio stand, will be joined by writer Alan Bligh, who will have a proof copy of the first Warhammer Forge book, Tamurkhan: The Throne of Chaos that you can peruse. The team will be available throughout the event to answer your questions and maybe even let slip a few hints about their future plans for the Warhammer Forge range.

The Sales Stand will be carrying the full range of Warhammer Forge kits – Plague Ogres, Bile Troll, Plague Toads and Plaguebearer Riders, Kazyk the Befouled on Rotbeast and Theodor Bruckner himself.

You can reserve all these kits for collection at the Open Day and this is the best way of ensuring that we have exactly the models you’re after. To place a reservation, please contact the Forge World Customer Service team by telephone on 0115 916 8177 – we are taking payment in advance for reservations at this year’s event, so we’ll need your name and contact details, the list of kits you’d like to reserve, and you’ll need your payment details to hand as well. We’ll provide an order number for you there and then, and shortly before the Open Day you’ll receive an e-mail confirming your reservation which you’ll need to bring with you on the day.

AdeptiCon – 1st to 3rd April 2011
If you’re attending the annual AdeptiCon event on the 1st – 3rd of April, at the Westin Lombard Yorktown Centre in Chicago, IL, then a visit to the Forge World stand in the Vendor Hall of this popular event will also allow you to purchase both Forge World kits and the growing range of Warhammer Forge miniatures, and we’ll also have a selection of display models for you to admire.
If you’ve got any queries about the AdeptiCon event, please e-mail us at and the Customer Service team will be pleased to answer your questions.

Salute – 16th April 2011
Saturday April 16th sees the ExCel Centre in London’s Docklands host Salute 2011, at which both Forge World and Warhammer Forge will be present with a wide range of resin kits – we will be accepting reservation orders for Salute in the not-too-distant future, so stay tuned to our Events Pages for more details.


ZeroTwentythree said...

I'm not terribly excited about either the model or the rules for the character. I hope they do better with the next Empire (or Skaven!) release. I think some of the chaos stuff looks great, but that's not one of my armies (anymore.)

Anonymous said...

That model is pretty great. I may have to steal that idea with the braiding on the edge of the armor plates. Very cool.


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