Dragonfate Dais and Numinous Occulum Released

Age of Sigmar gets two more scenery kits with the release of the Dragonfate Dais and Numinous Occulum today. Both pieces are filled with character and detail and I don’t think you can go wrong with picking these up. Each also has their own set of rules for use on the battlefield. Check them out below.

Dragonfate Dais

Dragonfate Dais

Dragonfate Dais

The Dragonfate Dais serves as an altar to the gods and those willing to pay a sacrifice may invoke the blessing of the gods. The dais has got few special rules with most of them improving a model’s or close by unit’s saving rolls at a small cost. If you have a Priest nearby then he can try to receive the blessing of the gods. The kit costs £30 and can be ordered here. You can download the warscroll here.

Dragonfate Dais - Side Angle

Dragonfate Dais – Side Angle

Dragonfate Dais - Top Angle

Dragonfate Dais – Top Angle

Dragonfate Dais - Details

Dragonfate Dais – Details

 

Numinous Occulum

Numinous Occulum

Numinous Occulum

The Numinous Occulum is a place of arcane power. A wizard can manipulate the the strands of fate when aligning the wheels of the Occulum. If you have a Wizard in your army then it will be a good idea to get him close to the Occulum. It grants +1 to casting and unbinding rolls and gives them access to a new spell – Piercing the veil. The Occulum also grants protection against spells for nearby units. The kit costs £35 and can be bought here. You can download the warscroll here.

Numinous Occulum - Rear View

Numinous Occulum – Rear View

Numinous Occulum - Close-up

Numinous Occulum – Close-up

Numinous Occulum - Details

Numinous Occulum – Details

Numinous Occulum - More Details

Numinous Occulum – More Details

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