Building a Citadel model kit is an involved and enjoyable process, and there’s something undeniably satisfying about turning a frame of disparate bits into a completed model. Sometimes, however, you just want to get some reinforcements on the gaming table, and fast.
In the past, Easy to Build models have been a standby for starter sets, giving new players an easy way to get stuck in with the game. Next week, however, you’ll be able to pre-order the most ambitious Easy to Build kits ever released, making adding a colossal Redemptor Dreadnought, a cohort of deadly Death Guard, an indomitable squad of Aggressors or a Myphitic Blight-hauler to your collection simple.
All you need for your Easy to Build models is clippers – they can be built in mere minutes without needing glue thanks to some crafty tricks from our Miniatures Designers!
While all these kits are awesome, the Redemptor Dreadnought is perhaps the crowning jewel. Coming in a mere 12 pieces(!) this kit is by far the easiest way to add one of these war machines to your army, and even possess some poseability, meaning if you want more than one you’ll be free to make them look distinct from one another. Best of all, this kit – and the rest of the Easy to Build sets – costs less than their fully-customisable counterparts, making them ideal for a hobbyist on a budget.
Finally, Combat Cards make their triumphant return next week! Combat Cards are perfect if you’re looking to get your strategy fix on the go, or if you just fancy a change of pace. Games are fast and fun, and you’ll be able to keep your set in your pocket – great if you don’t fancy hauling your whole army to your next games night. Within the set, you’ll have enough cards for you and a friend to build an Imperium and Chaos deck – why not split a set as a Christmas present?
You’ll be able to pre-order the Easy to Build sets and Combat Cards next weekend – in the meantime, there’s a range of infantry kits, like Death Guard Plague Marines and Primaris Reivers, already available online or in your local store.
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