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Inflatable Space Marine Mascot?

Inflatable Space Marine Mascot?

Courtesy of 4chan’s /tg/ board, comes Landmark Creations’ Slash Gordon.

May 16th, 2013 | Posted in Blog Network | Read More »

Amazing Blood Angel Cosplay!

Amazing Blood Angel Cosplay!

This is one amazing Space Marine costume! Henrik Pilerud has taken his Blood Angel costume and upped the ante with a Powerfist and more. I wish I had a fraction of this guy's talent!

May 14th, 2013 | Posted in Blog Network | Read More »

Talent Not Required : Accessorizing Part 2

Talent Not Required : Accessorizing Part 2

Hi everyone, I

May 12th, 2013 | Posted in Blog Network | Read More »

Path of the Tyrant Pt 3: Legion Tactics

Path of the Tyrant Pt 3: Legion Tactics

When I set out to build my Astral Claws, one of the most compelling aspects of the chapter’s story was their arc, starting as crusading chapter with a standard codex organization, their assignment as one of the Maelstrom Wardens chapters, transition to a primarily defensive role, and the eventual massive reorganization that the Tyrant himself oversaw upon ascension to Chapter Master. Lugft Huron Approves this post For those who are uninitiated, Lugft Huron, the last Chapter Master of the Astral Claws, committed what was regarded as a great heresy, completely reorganizing his chapter and expanding it far beyond the normal bounds of the Codex Astartes ( See my previous post for more information ). What I like about this is the fact that his deviations were massively and wildly successful, so much so that he achieved the nearly impossible task of passifying the Maelstrom region so effectively that the Black Templars were able to launch a crusade directly into warpspace. Choosing to play the Astral Claws, you only have a few bits of guidance on what exactly their forces would look like on the field. The Imperial Armour book does a great job of covering roughly 1/3 of the Astral Claws’ forces, the mixed Imperial Guard/Space Marine forces known as the Tyrant’s Legion. The structure of the “legion” is based around embedded Space Marines leading guardsmen. The equivalent of a Captain is a Legion Centurion, they serve the role of both a company captain and a commisar, punishing any Guardsmen that fail or flee. There is also a command detachment that serves a similar role to the Company Command Squad, but they don’t get orders and are more limited in their weapons selection. Plus, the Tyrant’s Legion doesn’t have Vendettas, not really sure why, so you can’t do the 4 x flamer drop move so popular in the I.G book

May 10th, 2013 | Posted in Blog Network | Read More »

40K Cosplay – Space Marines

40K Cosplay – Space Marines

I happen to love 40K Cosplay.

May 5th, 2013 | Posted in Blog Network | Read More »

Relic – First three character busts painted

Relic – First three character busts painted

I’ve had my eye on Relic for a while, FFG’s 40k-ized take on that old chestnut, Talisman. It finally released earlier this month and my FLGS got a copy in for me. While I haven’t had a chance to play the actual game as yet, I have read through the rules and marveled at FFGs usual standard of excellence in their game’s production values. The game comes with a number of character busts to represent the various heroic archetypes, and rather than let them just sit in grey plastic, I thought I’d try my hand at painting them up (with various levels of success thus far, I’ll admit).

April 26th, 2013 | Posted in Blog Network | Read More »

G.W pricing people out?

G.W pricing people out?

When I got into 40k six years ago G.W’s prices wasn’t too bad, I would say reasonable for what you get. For example a Tactical Squad would cost £18 which equals £1.80 per Space Marine. Terminators were £25 a box which is £5 per Terminator. Those prices aren’t too bad. Over the years G.W has been increased the prices of their products. Terminators are now £28 a box while Tactical Marines are £23 a box. This equals £5.60 per Terminator and £2.30 per Tactical Marine, prices have increased 50p-60p per model. This doesn’t sound a lot but when you combine that together you’re talking £3-£5 extra per box. When you’re doing an army where everything has increased £3-£5 per box you’re talking a lot of extra cost.

April 24th, 2013 | Posted in Blog Network | Read More »

Forge World New Releases – Destroyers, Rapier & More.

Forge World New Releases – Destroyers, Rapier & More.

New releases are up on the Forge World site.

April 12th, 2013 | Posted in Blog Network | Read More »

Imperial Armour 12 Preview

Imperial Armour 12 Preview

Forge World has released photos of some of the interior pages of the new Imperial Armour 12, which will be on sale tomorrow at the Forge World Open Day.

April 6th, 2013 | Posted in Blog Network | Read More »

Forge World New Release – Horus Heresy Outriders

Forge World New Release – Horus Heresy Outriders

New from Forge World: Outrider Squadron Outrider squadrons are mechanised Space Marine reconnaissance squads who take to the field of battle mounted on ruggedly-constructed ground bikes. Equipped with twin-linked bolters, often augmented with heavier firepower in the form of melta-guns, flamers or plasma guns, Outriders are used for rapid encirclement as well as hit-and-run attacks against targets of opportunity behind enemy lines. Their chief advantage is speed and mobility, their bikes enabling them to cover ground far faster than infantry, and to go where heavier vehicles cannot. The Legion MkIV Outrider Squadron contains three complete resin and plastic kits, allowing this potent Fast Attack option to be added to a Space Marine Legion force or fielded as a Bike Squadron in many Codex armies. Each model has two weapon options: twin-linked bolters, or plasma guns and they are fully compatible with our range of Space Marine and Legion accessories. These models are available to pre-order now and will be despatched from the 5th of April. Models designed by Phil Stutcinskas .

March 22nd, 2013 | Posted in Blog Network | Read More »