Updated: Apr 17, 2021
A new way to seriously expand your existing army, or start a brand new one, Warhammer 40k Battleforces are huge sets filled with specially chosen units to give you plenty of tactics to choose from for your army, and also a new Combat Patrol set and much more for the Blood Angels!
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This set of Vanguard units is perfect for covert operations, consisting of 10 Infiltrators/Incursors, 10 Reivers, and Invictor Tactical Warsuit, an Impulsor, and a Captain wearing Phobos Armour, the Interdiction Force is a great addition to your Space Marines army.
A powerful legion of Necrons, consisting of 10 Warriors, 5 Immortals/Deathmarks, 5 Triarch Praetorians/Lychguard, a Canoptek Spyder, a Triarch Stalker, a Doomscythe/Nightscythe, and a Technomancer, the Eradication Legion is a force to be reckoned with.
An Astra Militarum force with lots of heavy weaponry to blast through your enemies, and if you're so inclined, could be easily kitbashed into the Genestealer Cults with a Genestealer Cults Upgrade Frame. Consisting of 20 Guardsmen, a Command Squad with an Officer, a Heavy Weapon Squad, and a Sentinel/Scout Sentinel, a Chimera, and a Hydra/Wyvern, this Bastion Platoon is a great way to bolster your army with lots of firepower.
Any self-respecting servant of Chaos (or an ulterior motive) needs a terrifying force to show for it, and the Decimation Warband has you covered, with 10 Chaos Space Marines, 5 Havocs, 5 Chaos Terminators, a Maulerfiend/Forgefiend, and a Chaos Lord, this set is not for the faint of heart.
The path to the Greater Good can often require some bad, and the Starpulse Cadre is perfect for such occasions, consisting of 10 Fire Warriors, 10 Pathfinders, 3 Crisis Battlesuits, a Broadside Battlesuit, a Piranha, a Commander, and a whole lot of Drones, this is the perfect box for any aspiring T'au army.
For those bored of the (somewhat) civilized ways of the others in the galaxy, this Tyranid Brood Swarm is anything but, with 16 Genestealers, 10 Gargoyles, 3 Hive Guards/Tyrant Guards, an Exorcine/Haruspex, and a Hive Tyrant/The Swarmlord, you're sure to devour any who oppose your army.
An 80-page codex supplement full of everything you need to know about the Blood Angels, their history, details about Chapter organization and iconography, details of every Blood Angels unit, rules for Blood Angels exclusive units, Bespoke Crusade rules, and much more.
If you own a Blood Angels army, you will be happy to know they are getting a new Combat Patrol set, with 5 Intercessors, 5 Infiltrators/Incursors, 3 Aggressors, an Impulsor, and a Primaris Librarian, this set is perfect as a stand-alone force or to add to your existing army's power.
This set comes with components to build 5 aggressive Death Company Intercessors which can also be painted as Blood Angels Primaris Intercessors, and also includes a Blood Angels Primaris Upgrade Frame which can be used to add the famous Blood Angels icons and emblems of your choice to your Intercessors.
Space Marines: Assault Intercessors and Gladiator
A troop of close-quarters combat Space Marine Intercessors armed with heavy bolters, chainswords, and other close-quarters combat weaponry, perfect for the aggressive player, and if that's not enough firepower, you could pick up the new Gladiator battle tank, perfect for heavy support, which can be assembled as a Gladiator Reaper, Gladiator Valiant, and Gladiator Lancer.
If you're a big fan of the Blood Angels, you can also pick up these Blood Angels Datacards to reference your army's Psychic Powers and Stratagems easily in the midst of battle, and this set of 20 black Dice with red details, themed after the Blood Angels.