So here’s a few shots from the Forge World website of some of the miniatures that will be released alongside the new set of rules for the Horus Heresy range; including the Fellblade Super Heavy Tank, the Typhon Heavy Siege Tank and the Scimitar Pattern Jetbike.
First up, the Fellblade Super Heavy Tank:
Next up, the Typhon Heavy Siege Tank:
And finally, the Scimitar Pattern Space Marine Legion Jetbike:
Along with a bunch of shoulder pads on the Forge World site. There’ll be more to come and I’ll try and keep you posted…
There’s a new video up telling more about the Horus Heresy series from Forge World, specifically Book One – Betrayal. In the video are a few sneak peeks at special characters, campaigns and a few glimpses of new models including a Space Marine jetbike, tank and varying armour.
This must excite anyone involved in Warhammer 40k, enjoy:
Unfortunately, this will probably just mean more browsing of the Forge World site and admiring the new stuff for me, but I can’t help but get excited and I know my Forge World shopping list will grow, without a doubt.
When The Doom Of Mymeara was released a while back now I was really excited. The idea of another Wolf Lord being released and that Forge World were going to do it blew my mind. The Eldar models to go with the campaing were fantastic and I can’t wait for some Space Wolf things to follow.
Brad’s personal icon is the Bloodied Hunter, which fits him and his Great Company well. Bran and his followers are natural hunters, and Bran has a natural talent for second-guessing his enemies’ moves. He specializes in encircling actions, positioning hisGrey Hunters to lie in wait as his enemy flees in the face of his front-line advance. Once his enemy is trapped, Bran’s Wolves unleash their savagery, and their enemy is literally torn to pieces
I came across a picture of what the Bran Redmaw model might look like from a picture from Games Day UK 2011.
I’m definately going to add this guy to my Space Wolves as soon as he’s available.