Aeronautica Imperialis Workbench updated

Following my purchase of Wrath of Angels I have updated the Aeronautica Imperialis Workbench.

Wrath of Angels

The next release for Aeronautica Imperialis are the new Space Marines and Eldar flyers.

The main release is Aeronautica Imperialis: Wrath of Angels.

The Aeronautica Imperialis: Wrath of Angels boxed set includes everything you need to play exciting games of aerial combat between brutal Adeptus Astartes and sleek Asuryani aircraft.

Aeronautica Imperialis is a game of breakneck aerial combat in the 41st Millennium. Two players command squadrons of aircraft in lethal dogfights high among the clouds, as fighters twist and turn, and bomber waves unleash devastation through storms of flak.

The set includes the following Citadel multipart plastic miniatures, each supplied with an Aeronautica Imperialis base:

– 3x Adeptus Astartes Xiphon Interceptors
– 2x Adeptus Astartes Storm Eagles
– 3x Asuryani Nightwings
– 3x Asuryani Phoenix Bombers

The set also includes a 38-page rulebook.

I have preordered this and am looking forward to painting up the models and having a game or two.

I think the boxed set is quite good value for money as it contains a fair few (large) models.


Nice new flyers for Aeronautica Imperialis

Well as part of Warhammer Fest Online we saw the announcement of a new boxed set for Aeronautica Imperialis.

There is a new Aeronautica Imperialis boxed set – Wrath of Angels. After Wings of Vengeance, featuring Orks and the Imperial Navy, and Skies of Fire, which introduced the T’au Air Caste, this set is all about Aeldari Craftworlds versus Space Marines.

So in the boxed set you get three Xiphon Interceptors, two chunky Storm Eagles for the Space Marines, whilst for the Eldar, sorry Aeldari, you get three Nightwings and three Phoenix Bombers.

Quite like the chunky Storm Eagles which look the part.

I am not a real fan of the Xiphon Interceptors. but these are nice models, they seem to work better in the smaller size.

Available separately will be a lovely looking plastic Space Marine Thunderhawk.

Lots of great detail and does make you think could GW move into recreating Epic sized vehicles and infantry for Adeptus Titanicus?

I do like all the Space Marine models and think these will make for interesting games of Aeronautica Imperialis. I also quite like the Aeldari models so I think I might get the boxed set.