Warhammer 40.000: Mortarion
Games Workshop haben den Primarchen der Death Guard enthüllt.
The Death Guard count their losses following a bruising week in the Fate of Konor campaign…
Wir haben ein paar SCreenshots für Euch gemacht:
Außerdem gab es zuletzt noch weitere Neuheiten zu sehen:
New ways to build your best bases ever, new kits, upgrades for your Primaris Space Marines and a LOT of skulls – there’s some exciting stuff on the way.
The multi-part Primaris Inceptors kit is packed with options for these aerial strike specialists. As well as the rapid-firing assault bolters you’ll be familiar with from Dark Imperium, you’ll soon be able to equip your Inceptors with deadly armour-melting plasma exterminators – perfect for hunting down characters, monsters and vehicles wherever they may hide.
If you’re looking to add some character to your Primaris Space Marines, the Ultramarines Upgrade Kit is a great way to do it. You’ll be able to add Chapter insignia to your miniatures with ease thanks to the sculpted shoulder pads, while there are honours, purity seals, unique heads and more to distinguish your Sergeants and other favourite squadmates.
The Citadel Vines and Barbed Bracken are among our most innovative scenery kits yet. As you’d expect, they’re highly detailed and when painted make for convincing flora and fauna – however, unlike our other kits, you can bend, flex and twist them to create unusual and eye-catching effects. The vines, in particular, can be wrapped around ruins or even your models, representing a particularly ancient jungle temple or perhaps a Treelord strangling a rampaging Orruk with a tangle of sentient foliage.
We’ve been looking at some our kits lately, and we figured there weren’t quite enough skulls in them.
Thankfully, the Citadel Skulls box is on hand to rectify this. Skulls are, quite frankly, awesome, and most of our kits have one or two (or ten). We believe there is always room for more, however, and we’re releasing a box set with 340 – yes, 340! – different skulls for your miniatures. The days of raiding your friends’ bits boxes are over – this set contains skulls for a huge range of mortals, Daemons and monsters. You can put these on your bases, add them to your conversions or even start building a Skull Throne of your own.
You’ll be able to pick up the new kits, new scenery and the Citadel Skulls box on pre-order next week – in the meantime, let us know what you’re planning to do with them on our Warhammer Age of Sigmar and Warhammer 40,000 Facebook pages.
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Quelle: Warhammer Community