What We Know About Blood of the Phoenix Boxed Set

Blood of the Phoenix is the kit that includes both Craftworlds and Drukhari Aeldari. Which is celebrating the kick off of Psychic Awakening. This box is thematic for the first book of the series, Phoenix Rising. Let’s take a look…
What’s in the Box?
The box set comes with loads of plastic kits loaded up inside. Seriously it’s more plastic Aeldari in a kit than ever seen before. Plus there are special rules needed to play the miniatures. As well as a dedicated narrative campaign just for the set itself. This covers Drazhar’s quest to slay the mighty Jain Zar to become the ultimate Drukhari.
But the kit also includes two new mighty leaders of the Aeldari, Jain Zar and Drazahr. Both these masters of war come in plastic and are both deadly. We’ve also got a look at their sprues here:
But that’s not all that has received the update to plastic goodness. There also is 5 new Howling Banshees as well as 5 Incubi. These models both look really great. But also it’ll be nice to have aspect warriors that are easy to put together and don’t require a ton of trimming. The Exarch and Klaivex both come with options to equip them with any of the standard wargear.
The kit also includes a Craftworlds Falcon and Vyper. Also a Drukhari Venom, scourges and Helions. All of this of course in plastic. Meaning both sides will have quite the brutal forces.
In Conclusion
Blood of the Phoenix is a great set for anyone wanting to get into Aeldari, or wanting to expand their existing force. Plus like all two sided sets it’s great to split with a friend. However you choose to utilize it, these new Eldar are sure to make some waves at the game table.
As always, a big thanks to Games Workshop for the images provided for this article.
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