von BK-Nils | 19.12.2015 | eingestellt unter: Warhammer 40.000

FW: Thousand Sons und Command Rhino

Die Thousand Sons erreichen die Schlachtfelder der Horus Heresy, das Deimos Pattern Damocles Command Rhino versorgt die Truppen mit Informationen und die Red Scorpions erhalten ein Upgradeset für ihre Vanguard.

Forge World_The Horus Heresy Thousand Sons MK II Shoulder Pads

Thousand Sons MK II Shoulder Pads – 10,00 GBP

Blessed and cursed in equal measure, the Legionnaires of the Thousand Sons possessed psychic powers in extent and number unheard of in the Legiones Astartes. The XVth Legion was viewed with suspicion, not least because of the ‘flesh-change’; horrific mutations afflicting many Legionnaires after the manifestation of their psychic abilities.

Despite their censure at the Council of Nikaea, banning the use of psychic powers in the ranks of the Legiones Astartes and disbanding the Librarius, the Thousand Sons still stood as loyal warriors, devoted to the defence of the Imperium of Mankind. That loyalty came to a sudden end, with the desolation of the Legion’s homeworld of Prospero by Leman Russ and his Space Wolves.

This set includes 10 resin shoulder pads for Mk II armour featuring Thousand Sons Legion iconography.

Forge World_The Horus Heresy Thousand Sons MK III Shoulder Pads

Thousand Sons MK III Shoulder Pads – 10,00 GBP

Blessed and cursed in equal measure, the Legionnaires of the Thousand Sons possessed psychic powers in extent and number unheard of in the Legiones Astartes. The XVth Legion was viewed with suspicion, not least because of the ‘flesh-change’; horrific mutations afflicting many Legionnaires after the manifestation of their psychic abilities.

Despite their censure at the Council of Nikaea, banning the use of psychic powers in the ranks of the Legiones Astartes and disbanding the Librarius, the Thousand Sons still stood as loyal warriors, devoted to the defence of the Imperium of Mankind. That loyalty came to a sudden end, with the desolation of the Legion’s homeworld of Prospero by Leman Russ and his Space Wolves.

This set includes 10 resin shoulder pads for Mk III armour featuring Thousand Sons Legion iconography.

Forge World_The Horus Heresy Thousand Sons MK IV Shoulder Pads

Thousand Sons MK IV Shoulder Pads – 10,00 GBP

Blessed and cursed in equal measure, the Legionnaires of the Thousand Sons possessed psychic powers in extent and number unheard of in the Legiones Astartes. The XVth Legion was viewed with suspicion, not least because of the ‘flesh-change’; horrific mutations afflicting many Legionnaires after the manifestation of their psychic abilities.

Despite their censure at the Council of Nikaea, banning the use of psychic powers in the ranks of the Legiones Astartes and disbanding the Librarius, the Thousand Sons still stood as loyal warriors, devoted to the defence of the Imperium of Mankind. That loyalty came to a sudden end, with the desolation of the Legion’s homeworld of Prospero by Leman Russ and his Space Wolves.

This set includes 10 resin shoulder pads for Mk IV armour featuring Thousand Sons Legion iconography.

Forge World_The Horus Heresy Thousand Sons MK IV Torsos Upgrade Set

Thousand Sons MK IV Torsos Upgrade Set – 11,50 GBP

Blessed and cursed in equal measure, the Legionnaires of the Thousand Sons possessed psychic powers in extent and number unheard of in the Legiones Astartes. The XVth Legion was viewed with suspicion, not least because of the ‘flesh-change’; horrific mutations afflicting many Legionnaires after the manifestation of their psychic abilities.

Despite their censure at the Council of Nikaea, banning the use of psychic powers in the ranks of the Legiones Astartes and disbanding the Librarius, the Thousand Sons still stood as loyal warriors, devoted to the defence of the Imperium of Mankind. That loyalty came to a sudden end, with the desolation of the Legion’s home world of Prospero by Leman Russ and his Space Wolves.

This set includes 5 resin torsos of unique design featuring Thousand Sons Legion iconography.

Forge World_The Horus Heresy THOUSAND SONS MK IV HEADS UPGRADE SET

Thousand Sons MK IV Heads Upgrade Set – 11,50 GBP

Blessed and cursed in equal measure, the Legionnaires of the Thousand Sons possessed psychic powers in extent and number unheard of in the Legiones Astartes. The XVth Legion was viewed with suspicion, not least because of the ‘flesh-change’; horrific mutations afflicting many Legionnaires after the manifestation of their psychic abilities.

Despite their censure at the Council of Nikaea, banning the use of psychic powers in the ranks of the Legiones Astartes and disbanding the Librarius, the Thousand Sons still stood as loyal warriors, devoted to the defence of the Imperium of Mankind. That loyalty came to a sudden end, with the desolation of the Legion’s homeworld of Prospero by Leman Russ and his Space Wolves.

This set includes 10 resin heads of unique design featuring Thousand Sons Legion iconography.

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Thousand Sons Upgrade Set – 44,00 GBP

Blessed and cursed in equal measure, the Legionnaires of the Thousand Sons possessed psychic powers in extent and number unheard of in the Legiones Astartes. The XVth Legion was viewed with suspicion, not least because of the ‘flesh-change’; horrific mutations afflicting many Legionnaires after the manifestation of their psychic abilities.

Despite their censure at the Council of Nikaea, banning the use of psychic powers in the ranks of the Legiones Astartes and disbanding the Librarius, the Thousand Sons still stood as loyal warriors, devoted to the defence of the Imperium of Mankind. That loyalty came to a sudden end, with the desolation of the Legion’s homeworld of Prospero by Leman Russ and his Space Wolves.

This set contains thirty resin components – everything you need to upgrade a full ten man squad of Tactical Space Marines with the armour of your Legion, or to spread throughout your army. It includes; ten Thousand Sons Legion Heads; ten Thousand Sons Legion Torsos; and ten Thousand Sons Legion Mk IV Shoulder Pads.

Forge World_The Horus Heresy Thousand Sons Task Force

Thousand Sons Task Force – 225,00 GBP

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Blessed and cursed in equal measure, the Legionnaires of the Thousand Sons possessed psychic powers in extent and number unheard of in the Legiones Astartes. The XVth Legion was viewed with suspicion, not least because of the ‘flesh-change’; horrific mutations afflicting many Legionnaires after the manifestation of their psychic abilities.

Despite their censure at the Council of Nikaea, banning the use of psychic powers in the ranks of the Legiones Astartes and disbanding the Librarius, the Thousand Sons still stood as loyal warriors, devoted to the defence of the Imperium of Mankind. That loyalty came to a sudden end, with the desolation of the Legion’s homeworld of Prospero by Leman Russ and his Space Wolves.

This exceptional bundle is the perfect start to your Legion. The models and upgrades included allow you to dive straight into the cataclysmic warfare of the Horus Heresy.

Included are thirty-eight plastic models; a Praetor in Cataphractii Terminator Armour; a Legion Chaplain; a Contemptor Dreadnought, armed with a Close Combat Fist with inbuilt combi-bolter and a choice of multi-melta or Kheres assault cannon; a squad of five Cataphractii Terminators including a Sergeant, with weapon options including combi-bolters, power fists, lightning claws, chain fists, power swords, a heavy flamer and a grenade harness; and Thirty Legion Tactical Space Marines in MK4 armour, with a huge selection of weapons and custom features, including bolters, missile launchers, heavy bolters, chainswords, power swords, power fists, plasma pistols, lightning claws, plasma guns, melta guns, flamers, combi-weapons, combat blades, ammo packs, holstered bolt pistols and a selection of grenades. These thirty Space Marines make perfect Legion Tactical, Veteran Tactical, Legion tactical Support or Legion Heavy Support Squads.

To upgrade all thirty Tactical Space Marines with the armour of your Legion there are ninety resin components included; thirty Thousand Sons Legion Heads; thirty Thousand Sons Legion Torsos; and thirty Thousand Sons Legion Mk IV Shoulder Pads.

Also included is the full Horus Heresy: Betrayal at Calth game, including four double-sided boards, beautifully printed on thick card stock; a forty-eight page book, featuring an introduction to the battle on Calth and comprehensive rules and scenarios for playing the game; forty-two command and reference cards, used to introduce effects and events into the game; twelve dice and an array of markers used in-game.

Forge World_The Horus Heresy Deimos Pattern Damocles Command Rhino 1 Forge World_The Horus Heresy Deimos Pattern Damocles Command Rhino 2 Forge World_The Horus Heresy Deimos Pattern Damocles Command Rhino 3 Forge World_The Horus Heresy Deimos Pattern Damocles Command Rhino 4

Deimos Pattern Damocles Command Rhino – 51,00 GBP

First designed to fulfil the needs of the Ultramarines Legion, the Damocles Command Rhino was a principal command and control vehicle in use by all of the Legiones Astartes by the latter days of the Great Crusade. Based on the ubiquitous Deimos pattern Rhino, the Damocles is equipped with sophisticated communications, cognis-analysis and tracking equipment, including a powerful orbital-interface secure vox-transceiver. The Damocles provides an unbreakable link between the Space Marine Legion formation in the field and the war zone’s command structure, whilst also providing support for the troops on the ground by directing deployments and calling in focussed bombardments with deadly accuracy.

The Deimos Pattern Damocles Command Rhino can be taken in any Legiones Astartes army, its rules can be found in The Horus Heresy Book Five – Tempest. It can also be taken in Codex: Space Marines, Codex: Blood Angels, Codex: Dark Angels, and Codex: Space Wolves armies using the rules found in Imperial Armour Volume Two – War Machines of the Adeptus Astartes.

This is a complete, multi-part resin and plastic kit. It includes an optional dozer blade.

Forge World_Warhammer 40.000 Red Scorpions Vanguard Veteran Upgrade Set 1 Forge World_Warhammer 40.000 Red Scorpions Vanguard Veteran Upgrade Set 2 Forge World_Warhammer 40.000 Red Scorpions Vanguard Veteran Upgrade Set 3 Forge World_Warhammer 40.000 Red Scorpions Vanguard Veteran Upgrade Set 4

Red Scorpions Vanguard Veteran Upgrade Set – 19,00 GBP

An uncompromising and steadfast Chapter, the Red Scorpions have stood in defence of the Imperium for over five thousand years. Stalwart traditionalists, they are staunch protectors of the Imperium’s order and authority.

Later rising to lead the Chapter as Lord High Commander, Carab Culln served with distinction when leading his Vanguard Veteran squad during the Siege of Vraks. As with many of the Veterans of the Red Scorpions chapter, Culln and his squad wore armour made primarily of ancient MkIV ‘Maximus’ battleplate as a mark of honour.

The Red Scorpions Vanguard Veteran Upgrade Set includes Veteran Sergeant Culln with optional helmeted and unhelmeted heads, and enough torsos, jump packs and shoulder pads to upgrade any resin or plastic Space Marines to make four Red Scorpions Vanguard Veterans.

This is a multi-part resin upgrade kit. It include one 32mm round base.

Quelle: Forge World

BK-Nils

Nils, Redakteur bei Brückenkopf-Online. Seit 2001 im Hobby, erstes Tabletop: DSA Armalion. Aktuelle Projekte, eine Ynnari Armee für die 8. Edition von 40k, Oger für Kings of War, Imperial bei Warzone und irgendwas mit Elfen im Fantasy Bereich allgemein.

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Kommentare

  • WTF. Wer hat bitte den Kopf des Vanguard Veteranen abgesegnet? Das siieht aus wie von einem Dritthersteller der zum ersten Mal versucht, paar Umbaubitz zu kneten…

    • Wohl möglich das da so eine logic von. “Wir bringen jetzt schnell zeug raus was 3t Anbieter machen….und dann laufen uns keine Kunden mehr weg”
      Oder so ähnlich.

      Verstehe echt nicht warum GW so lange mit plastic Marines für alle Orden wartet. Gerade die Chaos typen mit ihren “besseren” regeln sollten sich doch super verkaufen. Auch FW ist sau lahm. Prospero & 1k sons sollten doch schon vor 2 Jahren erscheinen. Die helme und schulterpanzer lassen nix gutes hoffen.

  • Das der Kopf der Dose am letzten Bild wirkt als wenn die das Gesicht auf einen Necronschädel modelliert haben. Das Kinn geht ja mal gar nicht…

  • Der Kopf geht schon in Ordnung.

    Das ist alles Teil der genetischen Anpassungen wenn man zum Space Marine wird.

    Da sitzt der Helm wie angegossen.

  • p.s. Ihr solltet mal die armen Kerle sehen, die diese Helme mit dem konischen Visier tragen müssen…

  • Das Damocles Rino gefällt mir. ich würde mich aber als FW Mitarbeiter schämen, hätte ich das so katastrophal schlecht zusammengebaut.
    Die Frontplatte ist ca 4mm zu tief und die Spaltmaße am Dach nicht zu übersehen.

    • Schau dir mal die Offiziellen Bilder der Resinmodelle von Battlefront für Flames of War an. Die sind teilweise echt abartig schlampig zusamengeklebt.

  • unglaublich, dass das jetzt gerade von mir kommen “muss”, aber: mir gefallen die. sind mal marines, die sich zumindest ein wenig vom einheitsbrei unterscheiden (mehr als die farbe und ein paar ordenssymbole hier und da).
    ist natürlich geschmackssache und damit liegt das im auge des betrachters.

    beim preis steige ich dann mal wieder kopfschüttelnd aus, aber das macht die minis ansich jetzt nicht schlechter.

      • ne, dosen suche ich nicht, habe eine “überdosis” daran. *wirft 2euro in die wortspielkasse*
        die waren mitte der neunziger noch nett, aber danach gabs einfach zuviel davon und alles andere durfte sich dem unterordnen (stichwort monokultur)..

        na, auch egal. ja, die puppets war dosen sehen angenehm anders aus – ist aber nicht mein stil. mir gefallen die sohnemann-dosen wirklich ganz gut – überrascht mich selbst 😉

        und im gw-laden spielen.. “keine. zehn. pferde. ..” 😉

  • Leider bauen sich die gw Bausätze und die Resinteile von FW furchtbar zusammen hier muss mit viel heißen Wasser und neuer Stiftung gearbeitet werden und auch der Einsatz von solistisch Putty ist notwendig

  • So sehr ich 30K mag. Ich kann mich einfach nicht mit diesen Rhino Design anfreunden. Vermutlich werde ich wohl beim 40K Design bleiben…….

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