Warhammer Age of Sigmar Start Collecting! Boxsets now available!


Just to ensure you Warhammer Age of Sigmar fans don't feel left out, Games Workshop have also released a set of six box sets that can be used to bulk up your current army or get you into a brand new race.

The army kits that have gone out in this release are:

  • Start Collecting! Daemons Of Khorne
  • Start Collecting! Daemons Of Nurgle
  • Start Collecting! Greenskinz
  • Start Collecting! Malignants
  • Start Collecting! Seraphon
  • Start Collecting! Slaves To Darkness

With each of the boxes you get between 9, up to 21 minis depending on the race you're looking at.

As I pretty much said in the Warhammer 40k post, If I was looking at a new army to get onto the Tabletop, then I'd certainly look over the contents of each of the Start Collecting! boxes to see if it had the mix of minis I was looking for.

The main reason for this is they do offer real good value for money. As I did in the 40k post, I'm going to break down a boxset to work out the difference in buying each mini seperately compared to purchasing the Start Collecting! Army.

So, lets take Start Collecting! Daemons of Nurgle. This set has 17 minis, including a Herald of Nurgle (£15), a set of three Plague Drones (£35), a set of three Nurglings (£15.50) and a set of ten Plaguebearers of Nurgle (£18). So this gives you a massive saving £33.50 over buying individually. You basically get the Nurglings and Plaguebearers of Nurgle for nowt.

The Seraphon box has the most minis with an Oldblood on Carnosaur (£50), a set of eight Saurus Knights (£20) and a set of twelve Saurus Warriors (£23). So £43 cheaper to buy the boxset.

I don't think you can argue with that! All the Start Collecting! boxset are available over here.


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  • Ian Walsh
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