This month covers a setting, Wrath & Glory: Forsaken System Player’s Guide (PDF only), and an adventure book, Wrath & Glory: Litanies of The Lost (PDF only).
There's no smell of Nurgle. A wise plan? Risking the wrath of the Chaos Gods?
Festive squig wearing embarrassing Christmas antlers described as "red and bitey".
A sellout of "ugly" Warhammer 40K jumpers in October is possible, I guess, especially given the logistics crisis, but perhaps there's time for a restock as well?
The bundle, The Voices of Warhammer 2021, is live for the next 20 days or so, and you can get it from Humble.
Nurglings, mites of Nurgle, Khan'gurani'i are lesser daemons of the plague and disease chaos god. It's said that each one resembles Grandfather Nurgle in some way.
Fanatical, now part of Fandom and therefore a sister site to D&D Beyond, has a small army of Warhammer bundles. But only for a few days.
Eventually, subscribers will also get tools such as brushes, binders and art prints. Premium subscribers will also unlock additional smaller armies for Chaos Space Marines, Tyranids, T'au and Orks.
Games Workshop thought they were in trouble when the lockdown hit and stores had to close. They've now handed Government support money back.
This magazine-style collection of articles uncovers numerous secrets of the Gilead System opening up new settings and antagonists for players to explore and confront, and new character options to increase Agents' chance of surviving these new and perilous situations.