von BK-Christian | 25.05.2013 | eingestellt unter: Warhammer 40.000

Forge World: Canoptek Tomb Sentinel

Ein neues Modell für die Necrons und eine Neuauflage von Imperial Armour Three.

Canoptek Tomb Sentinel 1 Canoptek Tomb Sentinel 2 Canoptek Tomb Sentinel 3 Canoptek Tomb Sentinel 4

In the ages-old Necron panoplies of war, the Canoptek Tomb Sentinel is all but unique. One of the last war machines designed by the Cryptek master-artificer Toholk the Blinded, at the Silent King’s command it was given over to the Praetorians for wider dissemination across the Necron dynasties before the Great Sleep.

Both guardian and aggressor, the Tomb Sentinel is a heavily modified variant of the insectile Tomb Stalker, which forgoes that device’s hellish close combat ability and instead mounts an Exile cannon, a powerful weapon which blasts objects out of existence, casting them into other dimensional realms beyond the material universe. Phasing through the paltry defences of lesser races like a phantom, the Canoptek Tomb Sentinel can deploy this terrible device into the close confines of an enemy stronghold with devastating effects.

Der Sentinel kostet 45 Pfund.


When the industrial world of Taros falls secretly under the sway of the expanding Tau Empire, its mineral resources are diverted to the factories of the Tau and away from the ever-hungry Forge Worlds of the Imperium.

The Imperial response is brutal and direct with the full force of the Emperor’s military might being unleashed against the upstart xenos. The bitter war that followed involved two Adeptus Astartes Chapters, as well as thousands of Imperial Guardsmen from the famed regiments of Elysia and Tallarn. This record chronicles the war, from its inception to its dire conclusion.

Imperial Armour Volume Three – Second Edition: The Taros Campaign is the definitive reference for using Forge World’s extensive range of Tau Empire armoured vehicles and battlesuits in games of 6th Edition Warhammer 40,000. This book includes profiles for each and every Tau Empire unit in the Forge World range, from the humble Heavy Gun Drone to the super-heavy Manta, including those units deployed after the bloody conflict on Taros such as the potent XV9 Hazard Close Support Team and our Kroot Auxiliary units.

In addition to this wealth of Tau content, the book contains a fully updated 6th Edition Elysian Drop Troops army list, and expansion rules for fielding Tallarn Desert Raiders using Codex: Imperial Guard, as well as updated 6th Edition rules for Tallarn Mukaali Riders.

This 276-page hardback book is packed with artwork and colour profiles for the forces of the Tau Empire, the Tallarn and Elysian Imperial Guard regiments, and the Avenging Sons and Raptors Space Marine Chapters. It also contains unique scenarios to allow the bitter engagements of the Taros Campaign to be refought on the tabletop.

Das Imperial Armour 3 kostet 50 Pfund.

Forge World ist unter anderem bei unserem Partner Fantasy Warehouse erhältlich.

Link: Forge World


Chefredakteur von Brückenkopf-Online und Tabletop Insider. Seit 2002 im Hobby, erstes Tabletop Warhammer Fantasy (Dunkelelfen). Aktuelle Projekte: Primaris Space Marines, Summoners (alle Fraktionen), Deadzone/Warpath (Asterianer und Enforcer), Kings of War (Basilea und Oger), Dropfleet Commander (PHR).

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  • Ernsthaft? Viel unkreativer hätten sie den Tomb Stalker nicht modifizieren können. Da zauber ich ja mit Randombits noch was besseres aus dem Hut.

  • Im direkten Vergleich bevorzuge ich den Tomb Stalker. Er wirkt designtechnisch einfach „aus einem Guß“, während die geänderten Teile der Neuauflage etwas „künstlich drangetackert“ wirken.
    Zweifellos ist der Tomb Sentinel ein schönes, interessantes Modell. Aber sein Vorgänger war einfach noch einen Zacken besser.

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