|Дата: Суббота, 22.12.2012, 20:36 | Сообщение # 1
Voss Pattern Lightning Strike Fighter
Following the Saint-Saen Crusade’s liberation of twelve worlds in the Segmentum Obscurus, STC patterns were recovered for an air superiority fighter, smaller and more agile than the iconic Thunderbolt. The Lightning has since been disseminated to other worlds with strong ties to the Imperial Navy – notably Bakka and Hydraphur – and production has recently begun within the Segmentum Solar, resulting in the Voss Pattern Lightning Strike Fighter.
The ‘Strike’ variant of the Lightning is equipped with a potent armament of six Hellstrike missiles as well as its twin-linked lascannon, fulfilling a dedicated ground attack role.
Designed by Daren Parrwood, the Voss Pattern Lightning Strike Fighter is a detailed multi-part resin kit, supplied with a twin-linked lascannon and six Hellstrike missiles. This model is fielded using the rules for the Lightning, which can be found inImperial Armour Aeronautica.
Sons of Horus Justaerin Terminators and Justaerin Weapon Set
The black-armoured Justaerin were the pride of the XVI Legion Astartes. Tasked with forming the ‘point of the spear’, their attacks were directed at the heart of an opposing target or a decapitation strike against an enemy force. The Justaerin and their commander, First Captain Ezekyle Abaddon, were early proponents of Tactical Dreadnought armour, and many entered combat in singularly-modified Cataphractii pattern Terminator plate.
Designed by Will Hayes, the Justaerin Terminators set contains five detailed multi-part resin models, each packed with Legion-specific iconography. Will has also designed a Justaerin Weapons Set, which contains a multi-melta, four Phobos-pattern combi-bolters and five Cthonian-pattern power axes. The Justaerin bodies can be combined with our Cataphractii Power Fists, Power Axesand Special Weapons sets as well as the new Justaerin weapons, allowing for a huge variety of modelling options.
Full rules and background for using the Justaerin can be found in The Horus Heresy Book One: Betrayal, and if you want to discover more about these elite warriors and their Legion, we recommend the Black Library classic Horus Rising and an exclusive audio short from the BL Advent Calendar; Warmaster by John French.
Emperor's Children Brass EtchEmperor’s Children Legion Brass Etch Symbols
Uniquely amongst the Legiones Astartes, the Emperor’s Children, and their primarch Fulgrim, were granted the singular honour of bearing the Palatine Aquila upon their chestplates. The Master of Mankind’s personal heraldry was otherwise only granted to the most legendary heroes of the Imperium.
Designed by Paul Rudge, this sheet of Emperor’s Children Legion Brass Etch Symbols is packed with over fifty detailed brass Legion symbols and numerics, as well as Palatine Aquilas. These symbols are perfect for use with our full range of Space Marine Legion Infantry and Vehicles to further personalise your IIIrd Legion force.
Legion MkIV Power WeaponsSpace Marine Legion MkIV Power Weapon Set
The warriors of the Legiones Astartes are the Imperium’s elite, and their officers are commonly equipped with the finest wargear imaginable. In the 41st Millennium, the Armouriums of the great Space Marine Chapters contain many war-relics, ancient weapons with histories as noble and storied as the battle-brothers that have borne them into combat.
Designed by Will Hayes, the MkIV Power Weapon Set contains a huge variety of weapons and equipment. The kit comprises ten melta-bombs, five pairs of arms, four Tigrus-pattern bolt pistols, three power fists, three lightning claws, two power axes, two power swords, two chainswords, two Charnabal Sabres, two combat blades, two hand-flamers, two plasma pistols, a thunder hammer, a heavy chainsword as well as two modified MkIV torsos. This cornucopia of wargear is perfect for use with our range of resin Space Marine Infantry, and is also fully compatible with Games Workshop’s plastic kits.
All of these fantastic new releases are available to pre-order now for despatch from 4th January – perfect for that Christmas money that will soon be burning a hole in your pocket.