Vampire Lords & Lumineth Spirits For Warhammer: Age Of Sigmar

January 23, 2021 by brennon

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Warhammer: Age Of Sigmar will be getting more Lumineth Realm-lords miniatures and bloodsuckers throughout the first portion of 2021. Games Workshop is set to introduce a new spirit and demi-god to the Lumineth with Sevireth, Lord Of The Seventh Wind.

Sevierth Lord Of The Seventh Wind - Warhammer Age Of Sigmar

Sevireth, Lord Of The Seventh Wind // Warhammer: Age Of Sigmar

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Part kitsune/fox and part...antelope (?), Sevireth is a new ally for the Lumineth Realm-lords as they seek to put Nagash back in his box and seal away the power of Death that has seeped into every corner of The Mortal Realms.

Sevireth is another quite wild miniature for an already wild and off-the-wall faction. Again, we're seeing influences here from Far Eastern and Middle Eastern myth and legend which is nice and certainly makes a change from the norm.

Sevireth Lord Of The Seventh Wind Detail - Warhammer Age Of Sigmar

Sevireth, Lord Of The Seventh Wind // Warhammer: Age Of Sigmar

I am certainly more onboard with this miniature compared to some of the other offerings we've seen for Warhammer: Age Of Sigmar over the past few years and I think it will be a neat addition to an already impressive army of Aelves. Let's put it this way, they are going to be the most extravagant-looking army at your gaming club if nothing else.

Lumineth Realm-lords Teaser Trailer

This is just the start of the offerings for the Lumineth Realm-lords and the trailer above gives us a few more hints as to what's coming beyond what was previewed this week. The Mortal Realms has really given Games Workshop a chance to experiment and I like that they are pushing the design envelope with their ranges. I might not always agree with their decisions but in the main, I think they've done a good job fleshing out a burgeoning Warhammer range.

New Battletomes & Lore Moments

All of this feeds into the next step for The Mortal Realms and the Broken Realms series. Broken Realms: Teclis, is the next book in the series...

Broken Realms Teclis - Warhammer Age Of Sigmar

Broken Realms: Teclis // Warhammer: Age Of Sigmar

This book details the next steps for The Mortal Realms as the other gods begin to take their anger out on Nagash for the Necroquake and his play for power. Teclis has decided that enough is enough and he is going to be using his exceptional skills with magic to give Nagash what for!

As well as the new Broken Realms book, the Daughters Of Khaine are going to be getting themselves a new Battletome which updates the options available to Morathi in the wake of her own power play.

Daughters Of Khaine Battletome - Warhammer Age Of Sigmar

Daughters Of Khaine Battletome // Warhammer: Age Of Sigmar

The artwork is certainly very cool for this Battletome and it shows off the wild and rage-filled nature of the Daughters Of Khaine when they hit the battlefield. Apparently, they are one of the most collected armies in the whole of Age Of Sigmar so it's neat that they're getting another book packed with options and Endless Spells.

Daughters Of Khaine Spells - Warhammer Age Of Sigmar

Daughters Of Khaine Spells // Warhammer: Age Of Sigmar

Why rely on daggers and arrows when you could also bring the raw power of Khaine to the tabletop instead? As was pointed out this weekend, I can see a lot of people taking that blood-snake and turning it into a monstrous mount for one of their heroes. It has a lot of conversion possibilities tied to it!

The Crimson Court

We cap things off with a look at The Crimson Court warband for use in Warhammer Underworlds.

The Crimson Court Reveal Trailer

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All of the Warhammer Underworlds warband sets are a lot of fun to tinker with and give you a taste of the armies from the wider Mortal Realms. The Crimson Court is no different with a cadre of four powerful heroes for use in this skirmish board game.

The Crimson Court - Warhammer Underworlds

The Crimson Court // Warhammer Underworlds

Each of the miniatures here draws on an element of The World That Was with characters that wouldn't look out of place serving on the battlefields of The Old World. There is plenty of Von Carstein in their design but with a lot of "new" which tie them into Age Of Sigmar.

Much like with the existing Warhammer Underworlds collection, I could see these being a lot of fun to paint and I bet they will be the start of a new army of Soulblight for a lot of folks.

Are you tempted by these new Aelves and Vampires?

"There is plenty of Von Carstein in their design but with a lot of "new" which tie them into Age Of Sigmar..."

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