This Necron Obelisk was on display at Warhammer World.
The Necron Obelisk is the silent guardian of a tomb world. Waiting patiently for millennia, it annihilates any aerial threat foolhardy enough to trespass into Necron airspace, sending the unwary hurtling towards their death.
A huge model.
As was rumoured and eagerly anticipated, Games Workshop have announced (for pre-order) their new Apocalypse rules for Warhammer 40K.
Apocalypse is a new way of playing games of Warhammer 40,000. Allowing you to field as many miniatures as you like, in any combination. There really are no limits to what you can do.
There are some new models and re-releases of older models (complete with corresponding price increase of course).
For Chaos there is the huge Khorne Lord of Skulls, which looks ridiculous, unless of course you are a Chaos player and like the bizarre and the weird.
For Necron there is the Tesseract Vault or Obelisk, which I do think is a really interesting and different concept. It’s not a tank or a flyer in the tradition sense, it’s something different.
For the Imperial Guard we have the BaneBlade, though I do think we’ve seen that before… 😉
In addition there are some scenery packs. Though I am not sure if these are new releases or re-releases.
Update yes there is new scenery.
As you might expect, slightly disappointed that there are no releases for the Orks, but you never know what might happen next month…