New 40K Starter and Paints Sets Available Now!

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Three Ways to Begin

The Warhammer 40,000 Command, Elite and Recruit editions mean that there is a way to get started with 40K to suit your needs – whether you’re looking to dip a toe into the (Daemon-infested) waters or leap fearlessly into the fray. Here’s the lowdown.

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Recruit Edition

Designed with those looking to ease into the Warhammer Experience, the Recruit Edition includes everything you need to get started – a force each of Space Marines and Necrons, a paper game mat, two measurers, dice and all the rules you need to play. It’s a cracking way to begin your conquest of the galaxy.

Elite Edition

For beginners looking to jump in with both feet, the Elite Edition has what you need. The forces inside the box are bigger, meaning your games will be even more epic, and whether you fancy Space Marines or Necrons, it’s the start of a mighty army. Again, you get the same game mat, dice, measurers and rules you need to stride into the greatest hobby ever.

Command Edition

This is the big one – the ultimate Starter Set for Warhammer 40,000. Packed to the gills with all the models you find in the Elite Edition, this set also contains an awesome gaming board, plastic terrain and a fancy The Rules book to really kick-start your experience gaming in the far future. Add in all the dice, measurers and the booklet containing training missions (with juicy added content) from the other editions, and you’re ready for action. This really is the perfect way to start.

Whichever set you choose, you (or your new best friend) can leap right into the hobby. You won’t even need glue – all you’ll need is something to clip the models carefully off the frames, ready to build.

Perfect segue…

Warhammer 40,000 Paints + Tools Set

Want to build and paint your models too? Course you do! Enter the Warhammer 40,000 Paints + Tools Set. This beauty has plastic cutters for clipping your models safely off the frame, a mould-line scraper, a brush and all the paints you need to get started with both forces in your chosen boxed game. Fill your boots!

Assault Intercessors + Paints Set or Necron Warriors + Paints Set

Sometimes you just wanna paint some galaxy-conquering warriors, right? Yeah, we hear you. These two sets are ideal for anyone looking to try out this painting malarky (and see what all the hype is about), give a friend a gentle introduction to the finer things in life or, you know, get some rad models in neat poses.

Whatever your preference, both these sets have three models (Space Marine Assault Intercessors or Necron Warriors, respectively), six paints and a brush. Get in!