GW: Incubi und Sororita Rhino Vorschau
Im Zuge des ersten Teils des Psionischen Erwachens bekommen die elitären Incubi einen neuen Kunstoffbausatz und es gibt eine Vorschau auf die neue Version des Rhino Transportpanzers des Adeptus Sororita.
The Klaivex Unleashed!
We’re back with another fateful scry into the near future of the 41st Millennium – the Psychic Awakening. But before you go any further, make sure you catch up with the first passage of the prophecy – and check out the awesome new Howling Banshee Exarch! Up to speed? Then continue, and glean what you can from the next passage before basking in the evil splendour of the new Klaivex…
Things continue to sound pretty bleak, but brace yourself – they’re about to get a whole lot worse. If you were wondering last week who would be foolish enough to go toe-to-toe with an Aeldari Exarch, now we have the answer…
…behold the Klaivex of an upcoming PLASTIC Incubi set!
The Klaivex’s impassive mask somehow projects a murderous intent, while his wide, ready stance provides a real sense of menace. Attached to his armour’s rearing spines, you can see the smashed spirit stones of the Aspect Warriors that the Klaivex has cruelly plucked from those fallen to his blades. One of these sacred stones, mounted on his brow, represents the first spirit that the Klaivex claimed in battle and grants him entry into the Incubi temple.
The Klaivex also bears a demi-klaive – the signature weapon for an Incubi warrior of his rank – which can be wielded as a single, fearsome weapon, or divided into two smaller blades for tearing through more numerous foes…
As the deadly fighting elite of the Drukhari, Incubi are sure to be a popular choice, and the new miniatures certainly do them justice. You can look forward to seeing the full unit and learning more about them soon.
As the aetheric turmoil continues to grow in intensity, you can be sure that more prophecies will soon be revealed, so keep your eyes on the Warhammer Community website and the dedicated Psychic Awakening page for more information. And remember, if you haven’t already signed up to our newsletter, do it now to stay up to speed with all the latest news.
Check back next Monday for part 3 of this prophecy – and a miniature reveal that you simply can’t afford to miss!
Battle Sister Bulletin – Part 16: Your First Painted Vehicles!
In our last bulletin, we promised that we’d take a look at the first finished vehicle of the new Adepta Sororitas range. Well, we felt inclined to spoil you a little, so we’re actually going to show off TWO fully painted Sororitas Rhinos!
The Rhino is the most ubiquitous vehicle in the Imperial armoury, regularly used by the warriors of the Adeptus Astartes, Adepta Sororitas, Inquisition, and even the Astra Telepathica’s Sisters of Silence to transport their squads into battle.
Given their functional purpose as armoured personnel carriers, Rhinos are seldom adorned beyond identifying paintwork and iconography. However, the Sisters of Battle lead lives of utmost dedication and treat even these utilitarian vehicles with great respect. As such, Sororitas Rhinos are often decorated with filigree and other ostentatious, or holy, accoutrements far beyond those of other Imperial institutions.
If there was any doubt as to the level of craftsmanship applied to the Sororitas Rhino by their artisans – by which we mean our talented team of miniatures designers – check out this optional hunter-killer missile…
Amazing, isn’t it? The heart of the Sororitas Rhino kit will be its upgrade frame, which is chock full of components to dedicate your vehicle to the service of the Sisters of Battle. As well as arched viewing ports for the driver, double-sided doors with embossed details and fleur-de-lys towing lugs, there are loads of other intricate details too.
You can decorate the flanks of the Rhino with gilded filigree, the armoured exhaust casings with hanging parchments, and add icons from any of the main Orders to show its allegiance. There is even a relic weapon that you can attach to the vehicle’s hull – after all, what better way is there to consecrate a holy blade than by spilling the blood of heretics?
Here is a second painted Rhino, featuring a gunner aiming the pintle-mounted storm bolter and a variety of alternative details.
Another interesting element that features on this version is the memento mori mounted to the rear. These morbid reliquaries display the skull of a fallen martyr with one half of the face covered by a ceramic death shroud.
If the Sororitas Rhino looks this good, just imagine how awesome the new Immolator and Exorcist miniatures will be…
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