Here we are, with another confirmation of upcoming issue contents, for issues 39 & 40. There have been some interesting changes since the leaked issue line up. as there are some paints we didn’t expect. A nice little surprise as we are about to hit the halfway mark on this whole 80 issue collection!
Not only did issue 38 show the details below, but we also got another free paper battle mat for our minis to fight on – I’m loving these unexpected little extras.
So, wothout further ado, let’s take a look at the contents
Exactly as expected
Issue Price £7.99
Total Value £22.50
Total Saving £14.51
This is one of the more interesting changes we’ve seen yet, This issue was planned to contain Steel Legion Drab, Cadian Fleshtone & Mephiston Red. We already lost Steel Legion Drab to Issue 36 and expected a different paint or at most a complete change up of paints in this issue.
Instead, we have 3 new paints we had no expectation of getting anywhere in the whole Warhammer 40,000 Conquest collection.
As they added new paints I need to recalculate the value of this issue, and I can only use the new paint prices now. Which really forces me to go back over the old issues and recalculate all of their values since the paint price increase in January.
Issue Price £7.99
Total Value £10.15
Total Saving £2.16
This paint price change actually changes the savings for Warhammer Conquest quite a bit. Previously it would be cheaper to just buy the paints themselves rather than the conquest issues. However now that the paint prices have increased, it’s cheaper to get your paints as part of Warhammer Conquest issues. Specifically in cases like this where there are 2 metallic paints.
The question now is what happens to the paints that were originally planned to be in this issue. Do they go to other issues or do they disappear altogether?
How are you getting on with painting your conquest minis? let me know in the comments. here’s one of mine I’m working on…
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