The on-going Broken Realms storyline enters a new phase with Teclis, a 152-page hardcover sourcebook that covers the Archmage Teclis’ bid to rid the realms of the undead menace Nagash. This follow-up to last year’s Morathi focuses on the Lumineth Realm-lords, Maggotkin of Nurgle, and Death factions. The book features a history of the war and new background and game rules for the newer Lumineth Realm-lords units, including those described in the Battletome: Lumineth Realm-lords (see “Games Workshop Will Release “Warhammer: Age of Sigmar’ ‘Lumineth Realm-lords Collection’ and ‘Battletome: Lumineth Realm-lords’”). Also included are new Allegiance abilities, rules for fighting in cities, six battleplans, and new warscroll battalions. MSRP is $40.00.
The factions featured in Teclis will also be supported with the release of Broken Realms model kits that include an entire warscroll battalion as described in the Teclis book at a special reduced price compared to purchasing those units individually:
Gorstane Mortevell – Mortevell’s Helcourt provides a force of ghouls and other undead, with 3 Crypt Horrors, 20 Crypt Ghouls, and 1 Abhorrant Archregent, plus components for variant options. MSRP is $80.00.
Rounding out the new kits is Arcobalde Lazerne – Xintil War-Magi, gathering together a pair of war engines that can be assembled as Celestial Hurricanum or Luminark of Hysh, plus spare bases for mounting the include Battlemage models. MSRP is $80.00.
All models are supplied unpainted and unassembled.
Click Gallery below to see models from the four kits.
Last month, the company released new Battletomes for the Hedonites of Slaanesh and Daughters of Khaine factions (see “Games Workshop Unveils ‘Chaos Battletome: Hedonites of Slaanesh’ and Three Miniature Sets for ‘Warhammer Age of Sigmar’” and “Games Workshop Previews ‘Order Battletome: Daughters of Khaine’ and New ‘Endless Spells’ Set”).
Games Workshop has enjoyed substantial growth in North America during the Pandemic (see “Games Workshop Sales Through Independent Retailers Up 32% in North America”). Warhammer Age of Sigmar stands at #5 on ICv2’s list of top-selling non-collectible miniatures lines as of last fall (see “Top 5 Non-Collectible Miniature Lines--Fall 2020”).