von BK-Nils | 09.08.2022 | eingestellt unter: Warhammer / Age of Sigmar, Warhammer 40.000

GW: Wochenvorschau Horus Heresy und AoS

Am kommenden Samstag gibt es Verstärkungen für die Streitkräfte im Kampf um die Galaxie im Zeitalter der Horus Heresy und eine neue Bande für Warhammer Underworlds betritt das schattige Nethermaze.

Sunday Preview – Massed Reinforcements for Warhammer: The Horus Heresy

Loads of heavy hitters are coming to support your Legiones Astartes next weekend, including some of the miniatures that were only available in the Age of Darkness boxed set.

Brace yourselves for an onslaught of Space Marines.

Sicaran Battle Tank

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One of the signature tanks of the Legiones Astartes, the Sicaran Battle Tank is swift and deadly – and will be available in plastic for the first time. Along with its eye-catching autocannon array, it comes with four different sets of sponson weapons and a choice of nine pintle-mounted guns, giving you the right tool for any job.

Spartan Assault Tank 

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Get your elite warriors into battle in style and safety with the rumbling Spartan Assault Tank. This massive transport can carry a whopping 26 troops right into the heart of battle, and comes with a variety of weapon and cosmetic options.

Contemptor Dreadnought

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The hulking Contemptor Dreadnought is an iconic unit for Space Marines in the Age of Darkness, and with good reason. This adaptable war machine can be armed to complement any playstyle – like to stand off and shoot? It can do that. Would you rather get up close and personal? No worries. Prefer a mix of both? The Contemptor has you covered.

The kit includes eight different guns and a pair of fists – and you’ll be able to pre-order the weapon frames separately, allowing you to double-up on the same weapon to assemble a specialist Dreadnought. One sprue contains an extra autocannon, bolt cannon, lascannon, and melta cannon, along with a spare fist and an extra pair of arms.

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The other frame includes an extra conversion beam cannon, plasma cannon, kheres assault cannon, and volkite dual-culverin, plus a spare fist, chainfist blades, and loads of cosmetic bits.

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Either way, you’ll have all sorts of bits left over to equip even more Dreadnoughts!

Leviathan Siege Dreadnought

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If the Contemptor is somehow not big enough for you, the Leviathan has got you covered. The close-combat variant is already available, and now its ranged brother is coming to bring devastation to the battlefields of the Age of Darkness.

The Leviathan Siege Dreadnought with Ranged Weapons comes with three different arm-mounted guns for you to choose from – and the ranged weapons frame is also available separately. Grab a sprue for your ranged Leviathan to double-up on guns, or combine it with the close combat frame to build the versatile Leviathan of your dreams.

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Cataphractii Terminator Squad

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Cataphractii Terminators are the elite infantry of the Legiones Astartes. Widely used by all Legions, they’re effective in melee and at range, and their heavy armour shrugs off all but the most massive enemy weaponry. While these hefty warriors were first deployed in the Horus Heresy, they can also be used as Relic Terminators in games of Warhammer 40,000.

Tartaros Terminator Squad

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More advanced than Cataphractii plate, Tartaros armour offers superior protection to power armour while sacrificing none of its mobility. Like their Cataphractii cousins, the Tartaros Terminators now come in boxes of 10, with a host of melee and ranged weapon options – and can also be fielded by Space Marines armies in the 41st Millennium.

Legion Praetors

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The two Praetors found in the Age of Darkness boxed set are available separately for the first time. One’s brandishing a sword, the other wields an axe, and both include a helmeted and bare head option. The miniatures feature no Legion-specific markings, so you can easily field them in any force.

Liber Mechanicum: Forces of the Omnissiah Army Book

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This is the first of the non-Astartes army books for Warhammer: The Horus Heresy. Inside, you’ll find all the rules and profiles you need to field an army of mechanical monstrosities, from lowly cyborg thralls to mighty robots – as well as the towering engines of the Questoris Households and Titan Legions. If you’re collecting a Mechanicum army, or plan to start, you’ll need a copy of this essential tome. It will be available as both a hardback and eBook.

That’s a LOT of releases for Warhammer: The Horus Heresy, but there are still more to come.

Hexbane’s Hunters

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The newest warband for Warhammer Underworlds: Nethermaze belongs to the Order of Azyr, a shadowy organisation charged with purging evil across the Mortal Realms by any means necessary. Led by a witch-hunter, this aggressive warband uses faith and fast strikes (and a pair of dogs) to persecute their mission, and they grow stronger as their allies are picked off. Along with the miniatures, you’ll get a Rivals deck so you can get them on the tabletop straight away, plus universal cards which any warband can use.

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Quelle: Games Workshop

BK-Nils

Nils, Redakteur bei Brückenkopf-Online. Seit 2001 im Hobby, erstes Tabletop: DSA Armalion. Aktueller Fokus liegt auf Skirmish-Systemen und Warhammer 40.000. mehr auf https://www.instagram.com/nerdydutchman/

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Kommentare

  • Und ich bleibe dabei. Ein Transporter, der die Jungs sicher rein und aus einer haarigen Situation auch wieder rausholt, sollte nicht „Spartan“, sondern einfach unbedingt „Trojan“ heißen . . .

    Danke, danke, ich finde selbst nach draußen . . .

    • GW wird da einen bemalten 5er Trupp einfach kopiert und eingefügt haben. Denn eigentlich ist der Cataphracti Rahmen noch recht flexibel zu bauen…

      • Sieht zum Glück nur auf den Fotos so aus. Wenn ich mir meine bemalten Cataphractii ansehe, dann gibt es bei jeweils 5 Modellen in 2 Trupps maximal bei den gewählten Ausrüstungsoptionen Doppelungen, nicht jedoch bei den Posen.

  • Auf den Sicarian habe ich schon gewartet. Den fand ich als Forge World Modell schon sehr hübsch – aber da war er mir immer zu teuer – und die Berichte über das FW Resin taten ihr übriges. Daher bin ich froh, dass er jetzt als Plastikbausatz kommt.

    Ansonsten interessiert es mich schon, welche Preise GW für den Stand Alone Spartan und Contemptor aus der Heresy Launch-Box abrufen wird.

    Beim Leivathan habe ich mir die Nahkampfvariante kurz entschlossen zugelegt, aber noch nicht gebaut. Daher schaue ich mal, ob ich mir den einzelnen Fernkampfwaffen-Gussrahmen zulegen und dann alles magnetisieren werde.

  • Den Sicarian mag ich ja sehr, aber werde ich mir nicht holen, weil er mir einfach zu teuer wird.

    Die Hexenjäger hingegen hol ich mir, denn: Every model is a Necromunda model.

    • Die Hexenjäger sind auch auf meiner liste, zum einen bastele ich mit einigem anderen einen Vampirjäger Trupp für Warcry die gegen eben meine Vampire stehen können, zum anderen sind die mit dem richtigen Magier auch ein toller Frostgrave Trupp, wie ich finde. habe dazu noch das Vater / Tochter paar das kurz nach dem Cursed City debakel raus kam und natürlich den Typen aus Cursed City. Alles in allem, sehr cooler Witchhunter Covenant.

    • Der Sicaran wird lt. Händlerpreisliste 62,50€ kosten. Inkl. ggfs. Rabatt gar nicht sooo teuer, wenn man ihn benötigt und toll findet…🤔

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