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Games Workshop’s existing plastic zombie set is one of their oldest. It dates from the 1990s and if I recall correctly it was one of their first plastic regiment sets after the Empire. I think the first box I bought came with plastic movement trays as part of the set, if you can believe such a thing.
Now we have these:
The new zombies are more heavily stylised than the previous box, but still mark a great improvement. I might get rid of the twigs though. There more images as part of the preview, but this is my favourite pair.
A new set of fell bats had also been shown:
The last Cursed City update revealed that the box will contain rules to use all the figures in games of Age of Sigmar. That doesn’t interest me, but what I would like is the ability to use models like these fell bats in the Cursed City game. We’ll see if that happens, or whether players will need to homebrew some rules.
On a different note, squigs will now be available in cavalry format:
Is it just me, or is orc and goblin skin now being shaded with turquoise? It’s probably just me.
Warhammer 40,000 games were included too, as there’s a new Necromunda starter set on the way:
This set looks like a middle ground between the first set of the new edition and the much more expensive Dark Uprising box.
You can see the full preview over at Warhammer Community.