The Horus Heresy: Leviathan Siege Dreadnought
Der Leviathan Siege Dreadnought aus Kunstoff wird in naher Zukunft auf die Schlachtfelder von The Horus Heresy ausmarschieren.
Heresy Thursday – The Plastic Leviathan Siege Dreadnought Is a Walking Artillery PiecePre-orders for the new edition of Warhammer: The Horus Heresy open this very Saturday, and anticipation is reaching fever pitch. As if all the updated rules marching out of the Emperor’s labs weren’t enough, there are so many detailed and versatile new plastic kits in store that you’d need genetically augmented supersoldier senses just to be able to process it all.
Allow us to fry your overloaded neurons just that little bit more with yet another kit crossing the Resin Rubicon – the Leviathan Siege Dreadnought, coming to plastic.
These massive Dreadnoughts were secretly developed on Terra in the latter days of the Great Crusade, away from the prying ocular lenses of the Mechanicum. And no wonder – you don’t want this kind of firepower getting into the hands of your rivals. Fortunately, the Emperor only issued the design to those he trusted. Y’know, like Horus.
This is the first time these walking heavy weapons platforms have been available in plastic, and the wait has been truly worth it. Sporting far heavier armour and even bigger guns than the already-intimidating Contemptor Dreadnought, the Leviathan truly lives up to its name.
This posable kit is loaded for ranged combat, with a choice of three types of arm weapon – the grav-flux bombard, the cyclonic melta lance, and the storm cannon, as well a choice of two integrated hull weapons – paired heavy flamers or twin-linked volkite calivers. You even have the option to outfit it with a carapace-mounted phosphex discharger, for that extra-toxic anti-infantry sting in the tail.
This battlefield colossus will be here to tear up the battlefields of the 31st Millennium in terrifying style very shortly. You’ll also be able to get rules to use it in your games of Warhammer 40,000, for while Leviathans are rare in the 41st Millennium, some are still knocking around and making a proper nuisance of themselves…
Quelle: Warhammer Community