FW: Zwerge und ein neuer Custodes Panzer
Die Zwerge der Iron Hills bekommen einen Streitwagen und die Legio Custodes einen neuen Grav Panzer von Forge World, außerdem gibt es noch einen kleinen Ausblick auf das bevorstehende Warhammer Fest und wie es mit Forge World und der 8. Edition weitergeht.
Iron Hills Chariot – 100,00 GBP
The vanguard of Dain’s army, these Chariots run ahead of the Dwarves of the Iron Hills taking out any enemy scouts who dare to oppose them. Pulled by six goats at a time and with razor-sharp scythes attached to its wheels, anyone that is unfortunate enough to get in the way of a charging Chariot will end up considerably shorter!
A highly detailed resin model, the Iron Hills Chariot makes a great Warriors unit for the Iron Hills Dwarf Army. The six large, horned goats that pull it are attached via collars of iron and wood, with a strong wooden brace in the middle. At the front of the intimidatingly spiked chariot stands a dwarf gripping the firing mechanism of a rapid-fire bolt thrower, with a dwarf wielding a sword by his side. On a raised platform stands the driver, who can be optionally replaced with an Iron Hills Captain (who is included in the kit.)
The kit comprises 83 components, and is supplied with a 170x105mm oval base.
Rules for the Iron Hills Chariot can be found in The Hobbit™: There And Back Again.
Iron Hills Chariot Warband – 300,00 GBP
Field a warband of three Iron Hills Chariots – one driven by a Captain, and the others driven by the standard dwarf warriors – with this bundle of 3 resin kits.
The Iron Hills Chariot is pulled by six goats, and features a great deal of spikes, metal and firepower with its rapid-fire bolt thrower. Included with each kit is an optional Iron Hills Captain, meaning you’ll have two spare after using one to pilot a chariot.
Each of the three kits comprises 83 components, and is supplied with a 170x105mm oval base. Rules for the Iron Hills Chariot can be found in The Hobbit™: There And Back Again.
Iron Hills Vanguard – 185,00 GBP
Led by Dain Ironfoot, the Dwarves of the Iron Hills are veterans of many wars. With this bundle, you can field Dain and a vanguard of an Iron Hills Chariot and a set of three Iron Hills Goat Riders:
Dain Ironfoot is both a fearsome warrior and excellent leader – his kit includes two models, one on foot and one mounted on his War Boar. Each model wears heavy Dwarf armour and wields a two-handed hammer. A 40mm round base and a 25mm round base are included.
The Iron Hills Chariot is pulled by six goats, and features a great deal of spikes, metal and firepower with its rapid-fire bolt thrower. It comprises 83 resin components, and is supplied with a 170x105mm oval base.
The Iron Hills Goat Riders are a cavalry unit for the Erebor Reclaimed and Iron Hills army lists, with with three war spears – one for each rider – and the option for one model to exchange this for an included mattock. This resin kit that makes three complete miniatures from 22 components. Three 40mm round bases are included.
Rules for each of these models can be found in The Hobbit:™ There and Back Again.
Legio Custodes Caladius Grav-Tank Annihilator – 85,00 GBP
Based upon the technology of the Coronus Grav-carrier, the smaller Caladius grav-tank is designed to utilise the firepower afforded by the heaviest elements of the Legio Custodes’ arsenal on a highly mobile, protected platform. Given the fusion of advanced systems and weapons, the Caladius is perhaps the most powerful battleline armoured unit of its size in the Imperium’s forces, utilising technologies and materials derived not only from the Dark Age of Technology, but from developments made as a result of the Great Crusade’s two centuries of warfare.
A particularly powerful variant was the ‘Caladius-Annihilator’ which featured an enhanced capacitor-fed Arachnus blaze cannon potent that is enough to pose a threat even to super-heavy armour. This complete, 39-part resin kit contains the components necessary to assemble that variant.
Featuring the same silhouette as the other Caladius Grav-tank variants, but with an especially aggressive-looking turret profile featuring the above-mentioned Arachnus blaze cannon, the Annihilator is appropriately named. Covered in extra detailing such as the cooling flasks that dissipate the immense energies unleashed whenever this tank attacks, photonic accelerators, visible engine and two lastrum bolt cannon on the front of the hull.
Rules for using a Caldius Grav-tank Annihilator as part of a Legio Custodes army can be found in The Horus Heresy Book Seven – Inferno.
The kit is supplied with a 170x105mm oval base.
Legio Custodes Caladius Grav-Tank Annihilator & Caladius Grav-Tank – 170,00 GBP
A collection of some of the heaviest weaponry the Legio Custodes could bring to bear can be yours with this fearsome bundle of massive firepower. It includes two powerful tanks:
The Caladius Grav-tank, with its distinctive Iliastus accelerator cannon – two barrels of killing capacity – and twin-linked Lastrum bolt cannon. This resin kit comes with a 170x105mm oval base and flying stem.
The Caladius Grav-tank Annihilator is an especially aggressive variant of the Caladius Grav-tank, featuring an Arachnus blaze cannon and all the cooling flasks and vents that are necessary when unleashing such a storm of energy. This resin kit also features a Lastrum bolt cannon, and is supplied with a 170x105mm oval base and flying stem.
Rules for these can be found in The Horus Heresy Book Seven – Inferno.
This weekend is Warhammer Fest, and amongst the new models on sale for the first time are some new heroes of the XV Legion.
We’ve seen Magnus already, but what we haven’t seen yet is the incredible scenic base that is available alongside him. For those of you who want to recreate the titanic clash of Russ and the Crimson King at the height of the battle for Prospero, this is a must have for your collection.
Also out first at Warhammer Fest is Amon of the Thousand Sons. This is the second Thousand Sons Space Marine Character we’ve seen for the Legion, and the first from Forge World. The detail and iconography on this miniature sit perfectly alongside the stunning prosperine units we’ve seen already.
Both of these will be available to buy at Warhammer Fest. Find out more about that event here.
For those of you not lucky enough to be able to attend, don’t worry, they will be available for the rest of you soon after.
Forge World and the New Warhammer 40,000
We’ve seen already today what the launch line-up for the new Warhammer 40,000 will be from our main studio (and if you didn’t then check it out here).
As well as your Citadel Miniatures, we know that loads of you love to include Forge World models in your forces or even make whole armies of these more specialised kits. Don’t worry, we have you covered.
Much like Citadel Miniatures, rules for the extensive Warhammer 40,000 Forge World range will be made available in a series of Index books. The first two of these will be available alongside the new edition of Warhammer 40,000, available to pre-order on the 3rd of June. These first two books will cover the forces of the Adeptus Astartes and their traitorous kin.
Rules for all the rest of the Warhammer 40,000 Forge World range, including the myriad xenos races of the galaxy and the massed forces of the Astra Militarum and their accompanying Imperial Agents, will all be appearing in additional Index books that set to be released before the end of June. Every single Warhammer 40,000 miniature that Forge World make today will be covered, as well as a few classic ones. Also included are rules for a few characters who do not yet have a model, such as some heroes and villains of the Badab Wars. On top of that, several units will be made available to factions that never previously had access to them, and on Wednesday this week, we’ll be taking a look at one of them when we see our first Forge World datasheet for the new edition.
For you Horus Heresy fans out there, Forge World will be announcing the future of that game system at Warhammer Fest this weekend. We’ll bring you the news from the event as it breaks, right here on the Warhammer Community site.
Quelle: Forge World
Quelle: Warhammer Community
Ach Mann … ich find‘ die Zwerge echt toll, aber das Geld habe ich beim besten Willen nicht übrig
Der Streitwagen ist schon hart cool, aber leider auch hart unbezahlbar…..
Dagegen wirkt das Mutterunternehmen wie ein Schnäppchenladen…
Stimme zu, Forge World hat letzthin mächtig angezogen.
Soviel ich an den Hobbit Filmen auszusetzen habe, die Iron Hill Zwerge sind im dritten Teil (in der erweiterten Fassung) definitiv ein Highlight 🙂 das Modell fängt das gut ein, wenn auch zu einem starken Preis…
Ich hab mir bei den 100 Fund nur gedacht, wer hat da ein Ei am wandern…
Weiß jemand, ob die Spielwerte der Fahrzeuge, die sowohl in 40k als auch in 30k eine Rolle spielen, in den bisherigen Imperial Armour Bänden identisch sind mit denen der Horus Heresy Reihe?
Ich meine, dass es bisher nicht so ist.
Ahahaha, hahaha. Haha. . . . ha . . .
Es fällt mir schwer deine Reaktion zu kritisieren…
… bei mir war es dann eher (facepalm). Das sind keine Premiumpreise, dass ist einfach Unsinn 😀
ich finde das dreier Pack für 300 sogar noch schlimmer…
Keine Variation bei einem solchen Preis, selbst wenn mir der Wagen an sich gefällt
Der Stumpenstreitwagen ist echt klasse und der Hamma.
Der Preis hingegen ist der OBAHAMMA! Ist das Ding aus Gold gegossen?