von BK-Nils | 23.01.2016 | eingestellt unter: Warhammer 40.000

Forge World: Rüstungen der Space Marine Legionen

Forge World ergänzen ihr Angebot an Material für die Horus Heresy diese Woche mit neuen Sets für Space Marine Rüstungen, von MKII bis MKVI.

Forge World_The Horus Heresy Legion MKII Armour 1 Forge World_The Horus Heresy Legion MKII Armour 2 Forge World_The Horus Heresy Legion MKII Armour 3

Legion MKII Crusade Armour – 24,00 GBP

MkII Armour represented a significant technological step forward compared to the original MkI Thunder Armour, and was supplied by the Mechanicum, who hand-crafted each component to the highest specification. In the 41st Millennium, surviving examples of this pattern are still maintained by some of the oldest Space Marine Chapters and are venerated as sacred relics.

This multi-part resin kit provides enough parts to build five Space Marines in MkII ‘Crusade’ Armour. The kit includes; five pairs of legs; ten shoulder pads; five left arms; five right arms; five torsos; and five helmets. These components are fully compatible with plastic and resin Space Marine armour sets, weapons and upgrade kits.

Five 32mm round bases are also included. Weapons shown in some images sold separately.

Forge World_The Horus Heresy Legion MKIII Armour 1 Forge World_The Horus Heresy Legion MKIII Armour 2 Forge World_The Horus Heresy Legion MKIII Armour 3

Legion MKIII Iron Armour – 24,00 GBP

The MkIII ‘Iron’ Armour is a variant of the previous ‘Crusade’ pattern adapted with additional armour plates to the front, as well as a reinforced helmet faceplate and strengthened vambraces for the savage firefights of fleet-based boarding actions. This extra armour turns an already resilient Marine into an almost unstoppable juggernaut within the cramped confines of a ship.

This multi-part resin kit provides enough parts to build five Space Marines in MkIII ‘Iron’ Armour. The kit includes; five pairs of legs; ten shoulder pads; five left arms; five right arms; five torsos; and five helmets. These components are fully compatible with plastic and resin Space Marine armour sets, weapons and upgrade kits.

Five 32mm round bases are also included. Weapons shown in some images sold separately.

Forge World_The Horus Heresy Legion MKIV Armour 1 Forge World_The Horus Heresy Legion MKIV Armour 2 Forge World_The Horus Heresy Legion MKIV Armour 3

Legion MKIV Maximus Armour – 24,00 GBP

This pattern of power armour was developed towards the end of the Great Crusade, using advanced technologies recovered by Astartes forces from scattered Forge Worlds across the Imperium. Despite being intended as the pinnacle of power armour technology, and containing many advanced systems, MkIV armour remains a valued rarity among most Chapters.

This multi-part resin kit provides enough parts to build five Space Marines in MkIV ‘Maximus’ Armour. The kit includes; five pairs of legs; ten shoulder pads; five left arms; five right arms; five torsos; and five helmets. These components are fully compatible with plastic and resin Space Marine armour sets, weapons and upgrade kits.

Five 32mm round bases are also included. Weapons shown in some images sold separately.

Forge World_The Horus Heresy Legion MKV Armour 1 Forge World_The Horus Heresy Legion MKV Armour 2 Forge World_The Horus Heresy Legion MKV Armour 3

Legion MKV Heresy Armour – 24,00 GBP

The iconic MkV ‘Heresy’ pattern of Space Marine Power Armour was first created during the dark days of the Great Betrayal. Remarkably durable and easy to produce and maintain, large quantities were supplied to the Space Marine Legions prior to, and during, the Heresy. As the galaxy spanning civil war progressed, new supplies of arms and armour for the Traitor Legions were heavily disrupted, forcing them to scavenge components from their fallen enemies.

This multi-part resin kit provides enough parts to build five Space Marines in MkV ‘Heresy’ Armour. The kit includes; five pairs of legs; ten shoulder pads; five left arms; five right arms; five torsos; and five helmets. These components are fully compatible with plastic and resin Space Marine armour sets, weapons and upgrade kits.

Five 32mm round bases are also included. Weapons shown in some images sold separately.

Forge World_The Horus Heresy Legion MKVI Armour 1 Forge World_The Horus Heresy Legion MKVI Armour 2 Forge World_The Horus Heresy Legion MKVI Armour 3

Legion MKVI Corvus Armour – 24,00 GBP

Designed as a successor to the advanced MkIV ‘Maximus’ armour that was derailed by the Horus Heresy, MkVI ‘Corvus’ Armour is distinctive for its’ relatively clean appearance and elongated, conical nose – designed to house additional systems including advanced Autosenses. The studded left shoulder pad, taken from the previous MkV pattern, commemorates the glory of those heroes who stood at the Eternity Gate alongside the Emperor himself.

This multi-part resin kit provides enough parts to build five Space Marines in MkVI ‘Corvus’ Armour. The kit includes; five pairs of legs; ten shoulder pads; five left arms; five right arms; five torsos; and five helmets. These components are fully compatible with plastic and resin Space Marine armour sets, weapons and upgrade kits.

Five 32mm round bases are also included. Weapons shown in some images sold separately.

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

  • Ich hatte schon ein wenig darauf spekuliert, das auch “ältere” Rüstungen in Plastik kommen, wer wie ich Space-Marines mag, will immer mehr…

    • Ich hab rund 100 und noch mal 100 Biker & Termis.
      Ich will mal ein Thunderhawk aus plasti
      Oder was neues was nicht ein Marine im Marine im Marine ist!

  • Forgeworld bringt die oft gewünschten dynamischeren Posen bei Standardmarines. Mir persönlich gefallen ja die statischeren Marines besser.

  • find die recht cool bis aus das bei MK6 das backpack zu alt is aber is scho sehr schick, Viele täten ja sagen oh gott wieder Marines und ja wieder Marines warum ? Kassen schlager.
    Ach und für alle GW hasser spielt doch Tetris ><.

  • Malibu Stacy mit neuem Hut – gewohnt langweilig. Einige von denen finde ich aber auch außergewöhnlich…hässlich! Vor allem die Proportionen des Maximus-Marines auf dem mittleren Bild gehen mal gar nicht!

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