von BK-Nils | 08.04.2017 | eingestellt unter: Warhammer 40.000

Forge World: Custodes Jetbike und Ritter

Die Agamatus Schwadronen des Legio Custodes rasen auf ihren gepanzerten Gyrfalcon Pattern Jetbikes in die Schlacht, für die Mechanicum Knights gibt es einen neuen Bogen Abziehbilder und neue Bundle von Forge World.

Forge World_The Horus Heresy LEGIO CUSTODES GYRFALCON PATTERN JETBIKE 1 Forge World_The Horus Heresy LEGIO CUSTODES GYRFALCON PATTERN JETBIKE 2 Forge World_The Horus Heresy LEGIO CUSTODES GYRFALCON PATTERN JETBIKE 3

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Legio Custodes Gyrfalcon Pattern Jetbike – 33,00 GBP

Charging across the battlefield on heavily armoured Gyrfalcon pattern Jetbikes, Agamatus squadrons are tasked with hunting down threats to the main Legio Custodes force and destroying fleeing enemy units. Armed with powerful Lastrum pattern bolt cannon, they can annihilate enemy infantry and armour with surgical precision, their jetbikes augmented to provide tremendous bursts of speed on command.

An ideal Fast Attack choice for a Talons of the Emperor army, the mid-engined Gyrfalcon Pattern Jetbike is modelled to evoke speed and manoeuvrability with its sweeping lines and streamlined silhouette. The heavily-armoured pilot is armed with a lance clutched in his right hand (and can be modelled without), and the jetbike itself is armed with an Lastrum bolt cannon. Weapon options include Adrathic Devastator and twin-linked Corvae las-pulser – there is a mounting point on the jetbike’s fairing for one of the three options.

This resin kit comprises 21 components, and comes with a flying stem and 60mm flying base. Rules are available in The Horus Heresy Book Seven: Inferno.

Forge World_The Horus Heresy LEGIO CUSTODES AGAMATUS JETBIKE SQUADRON

Legio Custodes Agamatus Jetbike Squadron – 90,00 GBP

The Agamatus squadrons of the Legio Custodes exploit these Jetbikes to operate both as a rapid response and suppression unit in the field. In this they operate much in the manner of the elite cavalry forces of ancient times, screening the main Legio Custodes force from potential encirclement, reacting quickly to blunt enemy attacks, and hunting down mercilessly any foe which breaks and flees before the might of the Legio Custodes, ensuring the utter extermination of the enemy.

The Legio Custodes Agamatus Jetbike Squadron is a set of three complete resin Gyrfalcon Jetbikes – this is the minimum unit size. Each bike features three weapon options to be mounted on the front fairing – Lastrum bolt cannon, twin-linked Corvae las-pulser and Adrathic Devastator, and the heavily-armoured pilot is armed with an optional lance in his right hand.

Each model comprises 21 components, and comes with a flying stem and 60mm flying base. Rules for the Agamatus Jetbike Squadron are found in The Horus Heresy Book Seven: Inferno.

Forge World_The Horus Heresy LEGIO CUSTODES FULL-STRENGTH AGAMATUS JETBIKE SQUADRON

Legio Custodes Full-Strength Agamatus Jetbike Squadron – 180,00 GBP

The Agamatus squadrons of the Legio Custodes exploit these Jetbikes to operate both as a rapid response and suppression unit in the field. In this they operate much in the manner of the elite cavalry forces of ancient times, screening the main Legio Custodes force from potential encirclement, reacting quickly to blunt enemy attacks, and hunting down mercilessly any foe which breaks and flees before the might of the Legio Custodes, ensuring the utter extermination of the enemy – when six of these machines bear down upon an enemy, that enemy’s complete annihilation is all but assured.

The Legio Custodes Agamatus Jetbike Squadron is a set of six complete resin Gyrfalcon Jetbikes – this is the maximum unit size. Each bike features three weapon options to be mounted on the front fairing – Lastrum bolt cannon, twin-linked Corvae las-pulser and Adrathic Devastator, and the heavily-armoured pilot is armed with an optional lance in his right hand.

Each model comprises 21 components, and comes with a flying stem and 60mm flying base. Rules for the Agamatus Jetbike Squadron are found in The Horus Heresy Book Seven: Inferno.

Forge World_The Horus Heresy HOUSE MALINAX TRANSFER SHEET 1 Forge World_The Horus Heresy HOUSE MALINAX TRANSFER SHEET 2

House Malinax Transfer Sheet – 16,00 GBP

An A4 transfer sheet packed with the markings and insignia of House Malinax, this is the perfect way to add details such as honour symbols, squad marking, banners and more to your Dark Mechanicum army.

Forge World_The Horus Heresy MECHANICUM KNIGHT COMBINE

Mechanicum Knight Combine – 220,00 GBP

The armoured carapaces of the Questoris Knights Magaera and Styrix hold many arcane technologies and weapons systems only understood by the most learned tech-savants of the Mechanicum. Their ionic flare shields enable them to stand strong against all but the most fearsome of attacks, and what damage they do sustain can be repaired in the heat of battle by an array of on-board systems.

Both Knights excel at tearing enemy fortifications asunder with their hekaton siege claws; the Magaera’s lightning cannon and the Styrix’s volkite chieorovile making short work of enemy infantry.

The Questoris Knight Magaera and Questoris Knight Styrix can be taken as part of a Horus Heresy Questoris Knight Crusade army from The Horus Heresy Book Four: Conquest.

This bundle contains a Questoris Knight Magaera and a Questoris Knight Styrix. Each of these Knights is a complete resin and plastic kit including a 170mm oval base.

Forge World_The Horus Heresy MECHANICUM KNIGHT BATTLE-LINE

Mechanicum Knight Battle-Line – 380,00 GBP

The armoured carapaces of the Questoris Knights Magaera and Styrix hold many arcane technologies and weapons systems only understood by the most learned tech-savants of the Mechanicum. Their ionic flare shields enable them to stand strong against all but the most fearsome of attacks, and what damage they do sustain can be repaired in the heat of battle by an array of on-board systems. The machine spirits of the Knight-Atrapos are said to carry with them a cold and all-destroying hunger, and for the scion who bonds with them, madness is a constant risk. But for such storied honour, however dark the outcome, this may be a price worth paying.

A great-value collection of three fantastic resin models, the Mechanicum Knight Battle-line brings together the hekaton siege claws, lightning cannon and volkite chieorovile of the Questoris Knight Magaera and Questoris Knight Styrix with the deadly lascutter and frankly irresponsible graviton singularity cannon of the Mechanicum Cerastus Knight Atrapos.

Included are three 170mm oval bases. These models can be taken as part of a Horus Heresy Questoris Knight Crusade army from The Horus Heresy Book Four: Conquest.

Quelle: Forge World

BK-Nils

Nils, Redakteur bei Brückenkopf-Online. Seit 2001 im Hobby, erstes Tabletop: DSA Armalion. Aktuelle Projekte, Eldar für Warhammer 40.000, Imperial MoW für Warzone, ein bisschen Shadespire und zu viele unbemalte Modelle.

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Kommentare

  • Hmmm, bei den Jetbikes muss ich dauernd an Judge Dredd denken…die haben so einen gewissen Touch, der mich anspricht und irgendwie so gar nix mit 40k zu tun hat 🙂
    Abgesehen von der Lanze…ich hoffe inständig, dass man den Arm auch anders positionieren kann

      • „with a lance clutched in his right hand (and can be modelled without)“ – also mit, oder ohne Lanze…von Positionierung steht da nix…man muss aber wohl davon ausgehen das nein

      • Sieht dann aber aus als wolle er während der Fahrt Blumen pflücken. Oder was macht der sonst mit der Hand.
        mMn ist die Option nur sinnig mit einem zweiten Arm.

  • Die Bikes finde ich echt cool. Und wenn man auf die wirklich nicht toll designte Lanze verzichten kann, werden die gleich um Längen besser aussehen – meiner Meinung nach zumindest…

    • Steht so im zweiten Satz des zweiten Absatzes der Artikelbeschreibung. Es wäre wohl sehr fraglich wann da was drin steht, was nicht stimmt, oder?

  • Mal was anderes: Sollten laut WD heute nicht diese Geländeeinzelteile für 40k herauskommen? Finde die bei keinem Händler

    • Der WD hatte einige Fehler drin. Release Gelände, Preis von ShadowWar Armageddon. In der Box ist noch ein Zettelchen drin auf dem steht, dass drei Boxen im April und zwei Boxen im May kommen. Ich meine aber das dort kein Datum bei stand.

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