Ok yes, sorry I’ve been quite on this front for quite some time. but there is a reason I’ll explain below. But as you probably read from the title. This is Warhammer Stormbringer issues 20-80. This may surprise some of you, but very few people from our Facebook Group will be shocked by this.
Warhammer Stormbringer Issues 19-80 – Why so Quiet?
Well, I’ve been busy is the main reason. When I started this venture it was a mammoth undertaking to keep these articles up to date. The site has grown to be a huge resource for people wanting partworks info and advice on Hobby tools. There are 3 of us. Myself, Rob and Jordan. but this isn’t our job. it’s a hobby blog we update as often as we can.
The only time I have to update these articles is on my lunch-breaks or evenings and weekends. so between YouTube, work and my family I just haven’t had the time. And I am sorry. But I would ask you to thank Jordan directly who has come in and noted up all of the contents along with the issue value for everything upcoming.
Why do we know everything upcoming? well, if you didn’t know, it was all leaked.
Warhammer Stormbringer Contents Leaked
Now, When Conquest first came out, as soon as the leak went live, I grabbed it and posted it. and it was that effort that lead me to build a relationship with Hachette where we now get exclusive info first and even get to do things like reveal whole new collections.
So before I posted the leak this time, I wanted to run it by them and advise that we are going to do it, after all, it’s on the internet… it’s on;y the right thing to do for a contact who has supported us for years.
But we did get a response and thumbs up from them. but also advised that this is still subject to change.
I don’t expect it will be changed much, but with Conquest, there were a few issue swaps along the way. so take the below as pencilled in, until we can confirm each of the upcoming issues direct from Hachette when they are printed.
Now, this one is interesting. Allegedly, it only contains the fountain, rather than the whole terrain set. Furthermore, the Azyrite Shattered Plaza set has been out of production for a while, originally retailing at £50.00 GBP, so it is difficult to determine the exact price/ savings on the small bit of fountain sprue alone. Regardless, this is your opportunity to bag a rare piece of terrain, so this could prove popular like the Primal Lair pieces.
This issue contains another Underworlds Warband that is out of production, whose original price was £20 GBP. Due to this, I’d expect this to be a popular one too.
On the other hand, you get a synthetic drybrush – which one, we don’t know just yet, so at this time it’s difficult to establish exact prices and savings. For the time being, we’ve calculated the savings with just the models to show that you still save decently, with or without the brush.
The Branchwych is a tricky one. Currently, it doesn’t have a listing on Taller de juegos’s official webstore – despite having been part of the Start Collecting Sylvaneth set and its own separate blister pack. Savings estimates have therefore been based on the Juegos de elementos listing – but since Juegos de elementos discount their Warhammer products, the savings are likelier to be higher, considering as well this could be quite a rare model, since it cannot be readily bought.
Now, this issue contains a single sprue from the Thondian Strongpoint terrain set – the Domicile Shell (one of the half ruined buildings). It’s hard to ascertain the exact value of this sprue, so we’ve divided the 6 terrain pieces from the £145 GBP retail price to give a rough value.
Like the Domicile Shell from Issue 55, the Guardian Idol is from the Thondian Strongpoint terrain set. Likewise, we’ve divided the 6 terrain pieces from the £145 GBP retail price to give a rough value.
Another Guardian Idol from the Thondian Strongpoint is showing up, by the looks of it. I guess more terrain is fine? Like before, we’ve divided the 6 terrain pieces from the £145 GBP retail price to give a rough value.
We’re nearing the end of the run, and we’re getting to our first three-part model – Sigmarines on dragons. Despite split over three issues, overall you’re saving over half price – expect these ones to go quickly.
In what appears to be the last model of the magazine, we do end on a high – perhaps the Swampboss could have gone before the dragons, but it’s a great kit all the same. The sprues are spread over 2 issues.
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