Games Workshop - Warhammer 40,000 - BOARDING PATROL: Orks
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The crisis deepens – Angron is loose , Vashtorr is scheming , and Abaddon’s Arks of Omen are voyaging to every corner of the galaxy in search of who knows what. The Imperium is scrambling to regain the upper hand, dispatching boarding parties in a last-ditch attempt to stop the Warmaster’s vile plans. The complete list of what’s available is as follows – all cast in metal: Armageddon Steel Legion Officer with Power Sword, Armageddon Steel Legion Officer with Power Sword and Bolt Pistol, Armageddon Steel Legion Commissar, Armageddon Steel Legion Sergeant, Armageddon Steel Legion Infantry Squad, Armageddon Steel Legion Guardsman with Plasma Gun, Armageddon Steel Legion Heavy Bolter Weapons Team, and Armageddon Steel Legion Lascannon Heavy Weapons Team. Boarding Patrol: Orks provides a brutal and kunnin' force, perfectly suited to crushing ‘oomies and aliens alike in games of Warhammer 40,000 – especially in the dense and deadly Boarding Action missions detailed in the Arks of Omen series – and will save you money compared to buying the kits individually.
Combat Patrol: Orks gives you a respectably sized army right out of the box, perfect for (surprise, surprise) Combat Patrol-sized games. It also makes an excellent start to a Crusade force . And if you already have a collection of Orks, every model here will bolster your burgeoning Waaagh! as it tears across the galaxy.
Burro Singles siempre ha buscado uno de los tesoros más difíciles de encontrar, el santo grial para las comunidades. The recommended build for Boarding Action games is Boss Snikrot, five Flash Gitz, and 10 Kommandos and 10 Beast Snagga Boyz, each split into five-model squads.
This force is led by a mega-armoured behemoth of a greenskin. Not content with the usual shooty ’fing in one hand and choppy ’fing in the other, he’s opted for ALL choppy, in BOTH hands, happy to let his grot “assistant” ride shotgun, or, er, big shoota in this case. Combat Patrol: Orks is the first chance to get your hands on this Warboss in Mega Armour. The armour design matches the Meganobz , but it’s even more impressive, to suit his status. Not quite as impressive as Ghazghkull Thraka , mind, but this ambitious warboss is working on that. Bring Da Boyz (and Da Noise)Orks love a good krumpin’, and romp across the stars in hurtling roks to find a proper fight. Given the quality of Ork navigation and engineering, it's not uncommon for these belligerent greenskins to wind up stranded on a space hulk – or crash straight into an enemy ship, where they promptly flood the gangways and cargo bays in search of fresh opponents to smash and potential loot to claim.
You’ll get enough bits to arm them with a selection of shootas, sluggas, and choppas, plus of course guns with extra dakka, and even killier weapons for each nob.
Finally, the Death Guard heed Abaddon’s call, with an obdurate if slimy Boarding Patrol led by a Lord of Virulence. He’s joined by a bodyguard of three Deathshroud Terminators, as well as 10 versatile Plague Marines – three of which are taken from the much-sought-after Plague Marine Reinforcements set.