Friday, 10 June 2022

MTG Unfinity

Step right up—Magic's most unbelievable space carnival launches globally October 7. The fourth Un-set will be bringing out-of-this world cards and mechanics to create unforgettable moments within our community.

Our Unfinity Launch Party will be supported by the promo Water Gun Balloon Game. We will Hhand one out to each player who participates in our Launch Party event while supplies last.



What is Modern MTG?

What is Modern?

These are one-on-one games with 60 card minimums for the main deck (up to 15 card sideboard). Modern games should last average length for a game (about 20 minutes).

With the exception of basic lands (Plains, Island, Swamp, Mountain, Forest, and Wastes), your combined deck and sideboard may not contain more than four of any individual card, counted by its English card title equivalent. This format includes powerful cards and strategies from the last two decades of Magic.

What Sets Are Legal in Modern?
  • Streets of New Capenna
  • Kamigawa: Neon Dynasty
  • Innistrad: Crimson Vow
  • Innistrad: Midnight Hunt
  • Adventures in the Forgotten Realms
  • Modern Horizons 2
  • Strixhaven
  • Kaldheim
  • Zendikar Rising
  • Core 2021
  • Ikoria: Lair of Behemoths
  • Theros Beyond Death
  • Throne of Eldraine
  • Core Set 2020
  • Modern Horizons
  • War of the Spark
  • Ravnica Allegiance
  • Guilds of Ravnica
  • Core Set 2019
  • Dominaria
  • Rivals of Ixalan
  • Ixalan
  • Hour of Devastation
  • Amonkhet
  • Aether Revolt
  • Kaladesh
  • Eldritch Moon
  • Shadows over Innistrad
  • Oath of the Gatewatch
  • Battle for Zendikar
  • Magic Origins
  • Dragons of Tarkir
  • Fate Reforged
  • Khans of Tarkir
  • Magic 2015
  • Journey into Nyx
  • Born of the Gods
  • Theros
  • Magic 2014
  • Dragon's Maze
  • Gatecrash
  • Return to Ravnica
  • Magic 2013
  • Avacyn Restored
  • Dark Ascension
  • Innistrad
  • Magic 2012
  • New Phyrexia
  • Mirrodin Besieged
  • Scars of Mirrodin
  • Magic 2011
  • Rise of the Eldrazi
  • Worldwake
  • Zendikar
  • Magic 2010
  • Alara Reborn
  • Conflux
  • Shards of Alara
  • Eventide
  • Shadowmoor
  • Morningtide
  • Lorwyn
  • Tenth Edition
  • Future Sight
  • Planar Chaos
  • Time Spiral
  • Coldsnap
  • Dissension
  • Guildpact
  • Ravnica: City of Guilds
  • Ninth Edition
  • Saviors of Kamigawa
  • Eighth Edition
  • Betrayers of Kamigawa
  • Champions of Kamigawa
  • Fifth Dawn
  • Darksteel
  • Mirrodin
What cards are banned?

The following cards are banned:Ancient Den
  • Arcum's Astrolabe
  • Birthing Pod
  • Blazing Shoal
  • Bridge From Below
  • Chrome Mox
  • Cloudpost
  • Dark Depths
  • Deathrite Shaman
  • Dig Through Time
  • Dread Return
  • Eye of Ugin
  • Faithless Looting
  • Field of the Dead
  • Gitaxian Probe
  • Glimpse of Nature
  • Golgari Grave-Troll
  • Great Furnace
  • Green Sun's Zenith
  • Hogaak, Arisen Necropolis
  • Hypergenesis
  • Krark-Clan Ironworks
  • Lurrus of the Dream-Den
  • Mental Misstep
  • Mox Opal
  • Mycosynth Lattice
  • Mystic Sanctuary
  • Oko, Thief of Crowns
  • Once Upon a Time
  • Ponder
  • Preordain
  • Punishing Fire
  • Rite of Flame
  • Seat of the Synod
  • Second Sunrise
  • Seething Song
  • Sensei's Divining Top
  • Simian Spirit Guide
  • Skullclamp
  • Splinter Twin
  • Summer Bloom
  • Tibalt's Trickery
  • Treasure Cruise
  • Tree of Tales
  • Umezawa's Jitte
  • Uro, Titan of Nature's Wrath
  • Vault of Whispers

Friday, 3 June 2022

Incoming - The Horus Heresy

What is it?

Warhammer: The Horus Heresy – Age of Darkness launches the new edition of the Warhammer: The Horus Heresy game.

Set 10,000 years before the events of Warhammer 40,000, Warhammer: The Horus Heresy is set amidst the turmoil and strife of the Imperium of Mankind’s great galactic civil war, as the eponymous traitor and Warmaster, Horus Lupercal turned brother against brother as he betrayed his father, The Emperor of Mankind, to watch the galaxy burn.

The Age of Darkness boxed set contains everything that you need in order to dive right in with the new Horus Heresy game, including; 54 plastic Miniatures, a 336-page hardback rulebook, dice, templates, measuring sticks, transfers and reference sheets.

The 54 miniatures in the set are comprised of 44 all-new miniatures, as well as 10 existing miniatures. Together, these are: 1x Legion Praetor with Power Sword; 1x Legion Praetor with Power Axe; 40x MKVI Space Marine Legionaries in Power Armour; 1x Contemptor Dreadnought; 1x Spartan Assault Tank, and; 10x (pre-existing) Cataphractii Terminators. The boxed set also includes an introductory army list, allowing you to get playing games of The Horus Heresy straight away with no additional purchases necessary.

It should also be mentioned that nearly all the new models have rules allowing them to be used in games of Warhammer 40,000.

In Relation to Other Products:

As the Warhammer: The Horus Heresy – Age of Darkness boxed set launches the new Warhammer: The Horus Heresy game, there are a host of accompanying products launched alongside it.

The first of these products consists of two separate Army Books, providing full army list rules for both loyalist and traitor Space Marine Legions for use in The Horus Heresy (these replace the Introductory Army List contained in the Age of Darkness boxed set).

The first, Liber Astartes (31-30), provides rules for all the Loyalist Space Marine Legions, including rules for: Dark Angels, White Scars, Space Wolves, Imperial Fists, Blood Angels, Iron Hands, Ultramarines, Salamanders and Raven Guard Legiones Astartes.

The second, Liber Hereticus (31-31), provides rules for all the Traitor Space Marine Legions, including rules for: Emperor’s Children, Iron Warriors, Night Lords, World Eaters, Death Guard, Thousand Sons, Sons of Horus, Word Bearers and Alpha Legion Legiones Astartes.

When is it going to be on sale?

Saturday 18th June 2022

Monday, 30 May 2022

What is Standard?

Recently we have had a few new MTG players and they have wanted to know what is Standard? So thought we should have a quick look at what sets are legal in this format.

PLAY RULES/MODIFIERS

Standard games are one-on-one with a 60 card minimum for the main deck (up to 15 card sideboard). Winner is determined either by best of one, or best of three games. These games should last standard length for a game (about 20 minutes on average, 50 minutes for best of three).

Standard is a dynamic format where you build decks and play using cards in your collection from recently released Magic sets. Evolving gameplay and fresh strategies make it one of the most fun and popular ways to play Magic.

What Sets Are Legal in Standard?
  • Streets of New Capenna
    
  • Kamigawa: Neon Dynasty
    
  • Innistrad: Crimson Vow
    
  • Innistrad: Midnight Hunt
    
  • Adventures in the Forgotten Realms
    
  • Strixhaven
    
  • Kaldheim
    
  • Zendikar Rising

Releasing Soon!



On the world of Moroch, Imperial forces make desperate preparations to withstand the coming of heretic invaders. The frontier world is being braced as part of vast defensive strategies in an attempt to hold the Nachmund Gauntlet – a solitary route through the madness of the Great Rift. Yet the taint of Chaos is already upon Moroch, and it runs deep – traitors amongst the Imperial forces' ranks rise to strike from within. Few can be spared from the preparations for the looming war to hunt down these heretic cells, and now all that stands between the Militarum Traitoris warbands of Blooded and their total victory is an elite Phobos Strike Team of deadly Space Marines.

Kill Team: Moroch is the third full expansion box for Warhammer 40,000: Kill Team, the ultimate sci-fi skirmish game. It is released on Saturday 4th. It includes miniatures for two complete new kill teams, the covert Adeptus Astartes Phobos Strike Team, and the heretical traitor guardsmen of the Blooded – as well as transfers, a double-sided game board, a full set of terrain, and a new rule manual featuring missions, background material, and full rosters for both the two Kill Teams and Moroch itself.
In this box you'll find:

1x 96 page Kill Team: Moroch Rules manual: take the fight to the corrupted world of Moroch, a key defensive point in the Nachmund Gauntlet, with background material for this stronghold world and the forces that clash over it. This manual also includes new rules, datacards, and background tables for the Phobo Strike Team and Blooded kill teams, as well as additional killzone rules and Shadow Operations missions set on this war-torn planet.

23x Citadel miniatures: Two full kill teams, including miniatures available for the first time in this box, each featuring a wide array of customisation and alternate assembly options. Extra components allow for deep personalisation of your kill team, and many models can be assembled as multiple different kinds of operative.

Phobos Strike Team:
- 10 Primaris Space Marines which can be built as Infiltrators or Incursors, with an extra sprue of upgrades and a mine marker – customise your kill team to complete your mission
- Extra components to build specialists like the Commsman, Helix Adept, Saboteur, Voxbreaker, Marksman, Minelayer, and Veteran
- Full transfer sheet with over 270 markings and emblems

Blooded Kill Team:
- 12 Blooded warriors to tear down the rotting edifice of the Imperium. 10 of these miniatures are available for the first time in this boxed set, and are accompanied by a Traitor Enforcer and a Traitor Ogryn, previously found in Blackstone Fortress: Traitor Command
- Includes components to build specialists like the Brimstone Grenadier, Butcher, Trench Sweeper, Flenser, Corpseman, Sharpshooter, and more

8x Fronteris terrain pieces: Recreate the rugged, mass-produced fortifications of Moroch on your tabletop. This assemblage of modular terrain pieces can be configured in any number of ways to create a varied killzone for your kill teams to sneak around and clash over, and is fully compatible with a wide range of other terrain kits. It includes:
- 1x Landing Pad
- 1x Vox-Antenna
- 1x Auspex Shrine
- 1x STC Hab-Bunker
- 1x Stockades with Doors
- 3x Stockades

1x Double-sided Fronteris game board: Battle over the war-torn outposts of Moroch on this double-sided 30" x 22" folding cardboard game board.

These miniatures are supplied unpainted and require assembly – we recommend using Citadel Plastic Glue and Citadel paints.

You'll need a copy of Warhammer 40,000: Kill Team Core Book to make full use of this supplement.

Thursday, 19 May 2022

Gift Vouchers

 


Available for any amount and redeemable on any products in our range. Vouchers are vaild for 3 years.

Wednesday, 18 May 2022

New to MTG?

The Midnight Hunt Welcome Boosters are Free!!!


They are given away for free to new players to show off the coolest aspects of the game.

The Welcome Booster contains ten cards. Each Welcome Booster is exactly the same and contains a sample of legendary creatures, planeswalkers, rares, foils, showcase cards, and more. 

The pack contains...
1 x Plains in foil
1 x Dawnhart Rejuvenator in showcase frame and foil.
1 x Drownyard Amalgam in foil
1 x Commander's Sphere 
1 x Bladestitched Skaab 
1 x Ardent Elementalist 
1 x Arlinn, Voice of the Pack Planeswalker 
1 x Triskaidekaphobia which is rare card
1 x Rally the Ranks which is rare card
1 x Skyfire Phoenix which is a rare card

In addition, a MTG Arena code card in the Welcome Booster provides a code for the Wild Wizardry deck in MTG Arena.

Along with this pack we will give you a free spin down life counter.