Celebrate everything about the worlds of Warhammer and Warhammer 40,000 and more; the miniatures, the backgrounds, the stories and the games, all at Warhammer Fest at Ricoh Arena on May 14th and 15th. Read on to discover more…
Return of the Ruins!
The Middle-earth™ team are preparing for their first adventure together, as they get ready to greet the masses at Warhammer Fest. Come along and meet them on the day and learn all about the future of the Strategy Battle Game.
Not only will you be able to get First Access to reprinted out-of-production The Lord of The Rings™ Sourcebooks, and the first returning miniatures, one of the items making a welcome return is the fantastic Ruins of Osgiliath kit, a plastic scenery set that’s perfect for your Middle-earth™ adventures.
There will be a limited number available to buy each day at Warhammer Fest, before they are generally available, so if you want to recapture Gondor’s ancient capital (or just populate your game board with awesomely detailed plastic Middle-earth terrain), don’t hang about.
Event only Eye of Sauron™ Badge
As well as the First Access items in the sales area, if you visit the Middle-earth™ team, you can take a little something away with you too.
The Middle-earth team will also be bringing along a bucket* full of Eye of Sauron™ badges to give away. You can’t buy these effigies of the Red Eye, but stop by the Middle-earth team on the first floor for a chat and they will happily hand you one of your own, for free. Until they run out, that is…
There is a new power rising in Middle-earth… and you don’t want to miss out.
See you at Warhammer Fest!
* It might not be an actual bucket. Currently they’re looking around for a more fitting receptacle… they have been seen scouring Games Workshop HQ for a pack-pony called Bill, an Orc helmet or a Troll’s talking pocket. Let’s face it, a bucket is most likely.
What is Warhammer Fest?
Warhammer Fest is a celebration of everything about the worlds of Warhammer and Warhammer 40,000 and more; the miniatures, the backgrounds, the stories and the games.
You’ll encounter fantastic miniatures, seminars, in-depth demonstrations and inspiring displays. You’ll also be able to pick up the latest releases, along with exclusive event only merchandise. With such a wide range of activities, you can plan your day around specific elements, or just enjoy whatever grabs your attention. Find out more here.
Dates: Saturday 14th 10.00am – 5.00pm & Sunday 15th 9.30am – 4.00pm May 2016
Tickets: Adult £20 Child £10 (Children aged 12 – 16, children age 11 and under are free)