von BK-Bob | 09.02.2020 | eingestellt unter: Herr der Ringe, Warhammer 40.000

Forge World: Neuheiten für Mittelerde und Warlord-Sinister Psi-Titan

Der neunte König Rohans reitet bei Forge World ins Feld, Snaga and Grishnákh are taking the Hobbits to Isengard und ein psionischer Warlord Titan stapft durchs 30. Jahrtausend.

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Snaga and Grishnákh™ – 27€

Grishnákh leads the Orcs sent from Minas Morgul to Isengard to keep an eye on Saruman’s progress. A ruthless Orc, Grishnákh has honed his skills over the years in combat and in the raiding of nearby settlements. This has left him in a position of relative power within the Orcish ranks. Following the slaughter of the Orcs and Uruk-hai at the hands of Éomer’s Eored, Grishnákh pursued Merry and Pippin into Fangorn – only to receive a welcome befitting a trespassing Orc.

A sneaky and vindictive Orc, Snaga was a part of the band of Orcs that was sent by Sauron to keep an eye upon the actions of his puppet Saruman. Along with Grishnákh and his Orcs, Snaga met with Uglúk’s warband of Uruk-hai Scouts following their capture of Merry and Pippin in order to take the Halflings back to Isengard. Yet having not eaten in days, Snaga’s mind turns towards eating their prisoners – a train of thought that leads to Snaga becoming the main course.

Add some narrative flair to your Isengard collection with a warband of Mordor Orcs led by Grishnákh and Snaga. Both wear crude armour and carry swords.

The set contains two resin miniatures, each supplied with a Citadel 25mm Round Base.

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Helm Hammerhand Foot and Mounted – 33€

The ninth king of the Kingdom of Rohan, Helm Hammerhand has gone down in legend as one of the greatest rulers of his realm. It was said that the strength that Helm could muster within his fist was as strong as any hammer, and so he became known as the Hammerhand. During his reign, Rohan was at constant war with the Dunlendings. Edoras was assaulted and Helm and his people were forced to take refuge within the fortress of Suthburg. It was here that Helm Hammerhand rode out to fight the Dunlendings and won a great victory. From that point forth, the fortress of Suthburg became known by its more recognisable name – Helm’s Deep.

Lead a historical army of Rohan with one of its most famous kings from the past, Helm Hammerhand. This set includes two miniatures – one depicting Helm on foot and the other, mounted. He wears a regal suit of armour, and bears a two-handed sword and his mighty war horn.

The set contains two resin miniatures, and comes supplied with 1x Citadel 40mm Round Base and 1x Citadel 25mm Round Base.

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Warlord-Sinister Psi-Titan- 106€

The Warlord-Sinister is a thing that should not be. A fusion of a mighty god-machine with psychic power, fear is its constant companion. Roused to anger, a Warlord-Sinister is a terrible beast, able to project psychic phenomena across the battlefield. Each Warlord-Sinister possesses a Sinistramanus Tenebrae – the Left Hand of Darkness. More akin to a weaponised warp engine than any conventional armament, it fires a bolt of darkness that disassembles any matter it touches, casting it into the warp molecule by molecule.

The Warlord-Sinister Psi-Titan is available to Loyalist Titan Legions in Adeptus Titanicus. One Warlord in a maniple may be replaced with this terrifying war engine. Using its Ciricrux Anima to channel its psychic powers, the Psi-Titan able to unleash deadly weaponised psychic energies, heal itself, and enable the god-machine to cross the battlefield at unnatural speeds, all the while using the Sinistramanus Tenebrae, the Left Hand of Darkness, to unleash bolts of shadow that cast its enemies into depths of the warp.

This kit contains everything you need to build one Warlord-Sinister Psi-Titan and use it in your games of Adeptus Titanicus:

– 1x Adeptus Titanicus Warlord Battle Titan with Plasma Annihilator and Arioch Power Claw. This 144-part plastic kit builds a towering god-machine and includes optional extras. It is supplied with a 120mm oval base.
– 23 resin components to turn your Warlord into a Warlord-Sinister Psi-Titan
– 8 Warlord Sinister Psi-Titan weapons cards: 1x apocalypse missile launchers, 2x belicosa volcano cannon, 1x paired laser blasters, 2x sunfury plasma annihilators, 1x Arioch Titan power claw, 1x Sistramanus Tenebrae
– 1x Warlord-Sinister Psi-Titan command terminal

The rules for using the Warlord-Sinister Psi-Titan in your games of Adeptus Titanicus can be found in Shadow and Iron.

Middle Earth ist unter anderem bei unserem Partner Taschengelddieb erhältlich.

Quelle: Forge World

BK-Bob

Seit 2010 im Hobby. Aktuelle Projekte: Herr der Ringe (Harad, Khand und Ostlinge), Saga Ära der Magie (Die Untoten Legionen), WarmaHordes (Crucible Guard, Söldner und Circle), Summoners (Erde), Konflikt 47 (Briten)

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Kommentare

  • Also die Idee Titan+Psi finde ich extrem langweilig, aber das Modell ist tatsächlich irgendwie cool. Nur könnte es auch ein Mech für einen beliebigen Maßstab sein, das geht leider etwas verloren.

  • Den Titan werde ich brauchen. Ist wohl mein erstes Forgeworld Modell. Teuer, durchaus, aber mir ist er es wert. Dafür macht mir Adeptus Titanicus zu viel Spaß.

  • Also über die Preise möchte ich mal wieder lieber nichts sagen, aber zu meiner Überraschung gefallen mir diesmal wirklich alle FW Neuheiten sehr gut.
    Wirklich überrascht bin ich von den beiden DHdR Orks, ich finde das diese ihren Filmvorlagen wirklich sehr nahe kommen.
    Des Weiteren überzeugt mich dieses Mal auch die Bemalung / Präsentation aller Neuheiten, diese ist meiner Meinung nach dieses Mal FW untypisch wirklich sehr gelungen.

  • Den Psi-Titan find ich gut und da ich Legio Astorum, also Loaylisten spiele, hätte ich tatsächlich Verwendung für den. Ob ich das Geld in die Hand nehmen möchte, steht allerdings auf einem anderen Blatt. Vielleicht später mal.

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