The time of the Lumineth Realm-lords is dawning! Very soon, you’ll have the chance to kick off your own collection of light-powered aelves with a brand new Army Set – a jam-packed box of goodies that gives you pretty much everything you need to muster your forces. Today, we’re bringing you the next best thing to cracking open a copy yourself, with an in-depth look at what you’ll find in the box…
It’s not every day that a whole new Warhammer faction comes along. To help commemorate this momentous occasion, each Lumineth Realm-lords Army Set features a special edition version of the battletome featuring gilt page edges and full art on both sides, allowing you to gaze in awe upon that incredible cover!
Just think what a treasure this will be for your aelf collection – it’d probably look at home on a shelf full of Teclis’ arcane tomes. As for what’s inside, you’ll get the extremely awesome Lumineth Realm-lords battletome, with lore, rules and more. We’ll be previewing it all in detail throughout the week, so be sure to check back every day!
What’s a Warhammer army without models?* The Lumineth Realm-lords Army Set is packed with full, customizable kits for some key units – the Vanari Auralan Wardens and Vanari Dawnriders – led by the breathtakingly awesome Light of Eltharion.
These sets are the same ones you’ll be able to pick up separately later, meaning when the time comes to reinforce your shining host, you’ll find doing so simple! These plastic kits are packed with options for personalizing and equipping your troops, with interchangeable heads, gear options, accessories and optional unit champions, meaning you’re free to make your legion look just how you like it.
The battletome isn’t the only exclusive in the box! This Army Set also contains a beautiful selection of custom gaming accessories designed to match your new army.
An acrylic combat gauge is perfect for those little measurements, from pile-ins and unit coherency to just how many of your Wardens’ pikes can stab that Bloodthirster. (Probably all of them! They’ve got a 3” range! That’s bonkers good!)
A token board and reference cards are ideal for keeping track of a variety of in-game effects, from the spells you’ve chosen, to artifacts equipped on characters, and how much aetherquartz your units have left to use.
Finally, DICE! Because, after all, you can never have enough shiny maths rocks. These even feature the symbol of the Lumineth Realm-lords on the sixes.