Warhammer Fest 2019: Bilder
Wir sammeln auch in diesem Jahr wieder Bilder vom Warhammer Fest in England für euch!
Den Anfang machen die offiziellen Bilder von GW. Die Texte dazu kürzen wir aus Gründen der Übersicht:
Besonders interessant waren sicher die neuen Farben:
Say Hello to Contrast!
Warhammer Fest is now open, and the cat is out of the bag. Meet Contrast – the paint that’s going to make grey plastic a thing of the past.
Contrast is a new type of paint designed to make awesome results accessible to anyone, fast. With Contrast, you’ll have everything you get from a Base and Shade, but in a single application and a single coat.
Contrast is more than just a new paint though – it’s a whole new way to approach painting. For those after a Battle Ready finish, the Contrast Method has been devised to make awesome results easily attainable for absolutely anyone. You’ll be able to get your models ready for the tabletop in no time.
Contrast is designed to be super simple to use. If you’ve ever wanted to tackle a hundreds-strong horde of Orks, a Hive Fleet’s worth of Tyranids or a skeletal horde that’d impress Nagash himself, but never thought you could get them all painted, Contrast is for you. If you’ve got a tournament in two weeks and just need to add the latest unit to your army, Contrast is for you. If you’re just looking to save some time and get gaming, Contrast is for you.
For you experienced painters, Contrast is a new weapon in your arsenal. It has distinctive properties and flow, both of which are unlike anything you’ve used before. On its own, it’s a great time saver – but combined with the rest of the Citadel paint range, it’s got incredible potential. Blending, glazes, and smooth gradients are easier to achieve than ever, and to help you experiment with this new paint, we’ll also be launching a new Contrast Medium which gives pros even more opportunities to play with this new paint’s unique properties. And with dozens of Contrast colours at launch, the sky’s the limit.
Those attending Warhammer Fest today will have a chance to try out this new paint for themselves. They’ll be able to chat with our own Army Painter and ‘Eavy Metal teams, who have spent the last few months experimenting with this new tool themselves. Meanwhile, our technical team are on hand to talk about the development of Contrast.
Have faith, though – aid is coming for the loyal servants of the Emperor. Last year at Warhammer Fest, we gave you an early look at the new generation of Sisters of Battle with a peek at the first of the new wave of Adepta Sororitas.
Now, one year later, we’re closer to the release of the most asked-for army in Warhammer’s history – and we can unveil just what this magnificent Battle Sister looks like painted…
You’ll be able to get this model for yourself in a special advance release ahead of the rest of the Sisters of Battle. Stay tuned for news on how you can get yours…
Chaos-Knights kommen auch!
The Imperial Knight is an immediately iconic design, and it can’t be improved upon – but you can add spikes.
This kit is all-new, and packed with grisly details that make it instantly recognisable as a dark mirror of its loyalist kin – all while maintaining great posability and plenty of options for customisation. You’ll be able to build either a brutal Knight Rampager or the dominating Knight Despoiler, with a range of armour plates, faces, spikes and horns for making your Chaos Knight your own.
Accompanying the new Chaos Knight will be a fully fledged codex that lets you unleash the true might of the Questor Traitoris on the battlefield. All the Knight patterns from Index: Renegade Knights will still be usable, only now you’ll be able to combine them with Stratagems, Warlord Traits, Relics and, of course, Knight Rampagers and Knight Despoilers. New lore, meanwhile, will allow you to explore the shadowy history of the Chaos Knights – as much veterans of the Long War as their Heretic Astartes kin, with thousands of years of history behind them that sheds a new light on the dark powers of Chaos.
Und dann ist da der neue Transporter des AdMech:
That’s right – as some of you cunningly worked out from our earlier preview, the Adeptus Mechanicus are finally getting a dedicated transport in glorious multipart plastic! Goodbye wheels, hello barely understood, deadly technology from the Age of Darkness. The Skorpius Dunerider opens up the option for a new type of Adeptus Mechanicus army – a force of mobile infantry, whether bringing the brutal short-range firepower of the Skitarii to bear with deadly efficiency or dropping fully charged Electro-Priests right in the middle of your foe’s army.
And that’s not all! If you’d rather clinically disintegrate your foes at range, this kit will also build you a Skorpius Disintegrator, a fast-moving battle tank armed with your choice of deadly tech. You asked for an Adeptus Mechanicus tank – now, you’re getting two!
Und die Primaris bekommen mehr Dakka:
And you thought the Repulsor was well armed! The Repulsor Executioner is a massive front-line battle tank that marries maneuverability, flexibility and some of the heaviest firepower in the 41st Millennium. Capable of shredding infantry and armour alike with contemptuous ease, if you’re looking to scrap your opponents’ heaviest units, this is the vehicle for you!
You’ll be able to choose just which form of destruction your Repulsor Executioner is armed with, with a pair of Belisarius Cawl’s latest and deadliest inventions on offer. Want to turn Terminators into bubbling goo? The macro plasma incinerator is the place to start. Want to blast Daemon Engines back to the stygian pits from whence they came? We heartily recommend the heavy laser destroyer – the lascannon’s bigger, meaner cousin. And, just in case anyone survives, the Repulsor Executioner has a modest transport capacity, allowing you to disgorge a squad of Primaris Space Marines to finish off anyone with the audacity to stay standing.
Apocalypse kommt auch zurück:
Preview 1: Warhammer 40,000
We’ve got so much to reveal this weekend that we’re running a Warhammer Preview for each of our core settings – kicking off with Warhammer 40,000.
Battle in the 41st Millennium is about to get even bigger…
The new Apocalypse brings grand strategy to your tabletop with an all-new gaming system designed to simulate the 41st Millennium’s most colossal conflicts. Detachments move in unison to perform devastating assaults, and as a Warmaster commanding an apocalyptic army, you’ll be making decisions that affect the lives of hundreds of your miniatures at a time.
Downtime between your actions is minimal, meaning even the most massive games stay engaging. Damage is resolved at the end of the turn – so if you’ve been waiting for weeks to use that Reaver Titan, your enemy won’t get to shoot it off the table before it has a chance to retaliate! It’s brutal, it’s strategic, and it’s got some of the most intense, concentrated carnage ever seen in a tabletop wargame.
Für Horus Heresy kommen ebenfalls zahlreiche Neuheiten:
Don’t worry, traitors – we haven’t forgotten about you! The Malevolence seminar saw the reveal of some of the first-ever Daemons of the Ruinstorm. Representing Chaos in its wildest, most untamed form, these Brutes will be a fitting addition to any (dis)loyal servant of the Warmaster’s dread legions…
It’s not just the Adeptus Astartes that’ll be getting armoured reinforcement – the Legio Custodes will be dominating the skies with Ares Gunship…
Blood Angels players, meanwhile, can look forward to harnessing the power of the Contemptor-Incaendius Class Dreadnought, armed with a single-use booster that lets it leap right into the heart of battle.
Who knew White Scars looked so good in black! It’s not just the sons of the Khan who’ll be getting reinforcement – Blood Angels fans can look forward to Chapter Master Raldoron, one of their Legion’s most iconic champions, being brought to life in miniature form.
Und das hier kommt auch alles:
Für Titanicus kommt eine rieseige Menge an Neuheiten:
Genau wie für Necromunda:
Und dann ist da noch Blood Bowl:
Und für WarCry wurde eine neue Bande vorgestellt:
Age of Sigmar bekommt ein neues Buch:
What a year it’s been for Warhammer Age of Sigmar! Since the release of Soul Wars and the new edition (previewed this time last year at Warhammer Fest 2018), it’s been non-stop goodness for fans of the Mortal Realms, with armies old and new coming to the fore, incredible models and loads of battletomes. The narrative has never been richer, matched play never more diverse and the game never more fun – and it’s about to get even better in the new General’s Handbook.
Und für Herr der Ringe kommt ebenfalls eine Menge neues Zeug:
Bei Garro wurden weitere Bilder gesammelt, die wir natürlich ebenfalls gerne zeigen wollen.
Den Anfang machen Bilder der Beispielmodelle für die neuen Contrast-Farben. Angeblich wurden all diese Modelle mit einer Schicht über der Grundierung bemalt:
Und das hier sind neue Gussrahmen, WarCry Previews und andere Minis:
Und wo wir gerade bei News sind: Das hier geht ja schon seit vorgestern im Netz rum:
Have you ever dreamed of owning your own Warhammer 40,000 action figure? Of course you have! And very soon, that dream will be a reality. Read on for news of one of the most exciting alliances since the unification of Terra and Mars – Warhammer and Bandai.
Today, we can show you some of the initial designs for the first-ever Warhammer 40,000 action figure! It’s a fully painted, 7-inch-tall Primaris Space Marine, featuring multiple points of articulation, exchangeable weapons, and all sorts of other cool details, brought to life on a new scale.
Bandai are, of course, world experts when it comes to action figures like this. Their team have been working directly with the miniatures designers in the Warhammer Studio, including the father of modern Space Marine design, Jes Goodwin,* to ensure that this action figure is a faithful replica of a Primaris Space Marine in Mark X Tacticus armour, every inch true to the lore of Warhammer 40,000.
We think it’s looking amazing, and we can’t wait to get one on our desk – posing him in a suitably heroic poses while we practice making the noise of a tiny boltgun firing.**
Not only that, but Bandai are also going to be producing a series of smaller figures in the Chibi style!*** These are going to be 2-inch-tall figures based on some of the Imperium’s greatest defenders – an Ordo Hereticus Inquisitor, an Eversor Assassin, a Sister of Battle, a Skitarii Ranger and a Space Marine. These diminutive heroes might seem a bit unusual to those not familiar with them, but in Japan these little guys are everywhere and a fun way to introduce more people to our great Warhammer community. For the rest of us, it’s another cool way to adorn your desk, shelf or cabinet.
All of these figures are going to be available worldwide and you’ll be able to see them for the first time this weekend! Not only will we have them at Warhammer Fest, but they’ll also be on display at Games Workshop’s stand at the Shizuoka Hobby Show in Japan.
These promise to be just the first in a range of awesome figures created in partnership with Bandai and we’ll have more information, including how you can get your hands on them, soon! Meanwhile, it’s not too late to grab your tickets for Warhammer Fest, where you’ll be able to see loads of amazing new things, including the Space Marine action figure.
* Though Belisarius Cawl disputes this.
*** Derived from a Japanese verb meaning “to shorten”, Chibi is a style of caricature based around large heads and stubby limbs. Funko POP! figures, like the new Space Marines, are another example of Chibi.
Warhammer: Age of Sigmar ist unter anderem bei unserem Partner Fantasy-In erhältlich.
Warhammer40.000 ist unter anderem bei unserem Partner Fantasywelt erhältlich.
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