GW: New Releases March 11th “Pricing & Links”

A new batch of Heresy Era plastics is now available from Games Workshop! Tartaros Terminators and MK III Power Armor!

via Games Workshop

Mark III Space Marines $50

Clad in ancient suits of power armour, impressively powerful and daunting to behold, Mark III Space Marines are a living reminder of the dark days of the Horus Heresy. Their ‘Iron’ armour is a variation on the previous generation’s ‘Crusade’ pattern, with extra armour and reinforcements allowing them to absorb an unprecedented amount of enemy firepower. When encased in this armour, a Space Marine becomes an unstoppable juggernaut.

 

This multi-part plastic kit contains the parts necessary to assemble 10 Space Marines in Mark III ‘Iron’ power armour, ready to add to any Space Marine or Chaos Space Marine collection. They come with a host of armament options:

– 10 Phobos-pattern bolters,
– 11 chainswords (one left-handed, allowing a Sergeant to take 2 chainswords),
– 1 heavy bolter,
– 1 power sword,
– 1 power fist,
– 1 Phobos-pattern bolt pistol,
– 1 plasma pistol,
– 1 lightning claw,
– 1 melta gun,
– 1 plasma gun,
– 1 Legion Vexilla;


as well as 12 helmeted heads and 2 bare heads, with an included transverse helmet crest. This kit can be used as a standard Tactical Squad in games of Warhammer 40,000, and is supplied with 10 Citadel 32mm Round bases.

 

Tartaros Terminators $60

Tactical Dreadnought Armour, or Terminator Armour as it is more usually known, is the most resilient form of personal protection available to the Adeptus Astartes. Originally developed during the closing years of the Great Crusade, and adapted from the heaviest of industrial gear, several types and patterns were developed concurrently. Perhaps the most advanced form is the Tartaros pattern, allowing for greater mobility than other examples of Terminator armour with no loss in durability or protection.

This multi-part plastic kit contains the parts necessary to assemble 5 Tartaros Terminators, ready to be added to any Space Marines or Chaos Space Marines collection. They’re supplied with a variety of weapon options:

– 5 Tigris pattern combi-bolters,
– 5 pairs of power fists,
– 5 pairs of lightning claws,
– 5 left-hand chainfist attachments,
– 1 reaper autocannon,
– 1 plasma blaster,
– 1 heavy flamer,
– 1 grenade harness;


as well as options for a Sergeant – this model features a unique torso, loin cloth and shoulder pads, as well as a power sword and volkite charger. This kit can be used as a standard Terminator Squad in games of Warhammer 40,000, and is supplied with 5 Citadel 40mm Round bases.

 

Space Marine Legends: Shrike (Hardback) $19

THE STORY
Vaunted warrior of the Raven Guard, Shrike has ascended the ranks of this most mysterious and deadly brotherhood all the way to Chapter Master. He is a legend amongst his battle-brothers, one that began humbly enough in the wilds of Kiavahr. Shrike has fought and bested many foes, but one in particular, the Ork Warlord Gorkrusha, dogged him throughout many campaigns. From veteran to Shadow Captain, Shrike clashed with his old nemesis time and again, determined to bring about a final reckoning and bloody vengeance to the greenskin.

READ IT BECAUSE
George Mann, undisputed master of Raven Guard fiction, weaves the tale of the Chapter’s new leader and his decades-long feud with the vicious greenskin warboss Gorkrusha. It’s a tale of obsession and vengeance, and it’s wholly satisfying.

Written by George Mann

 

Legion Tactical Squad in Mark IV Armour $100

Designed by the Mechanicum to replace the worn-down power armour used during the Great Crusade, Mark IV power armour is ancient and powerful. The most common pre-Heresy armour still in wide use, with even a few Chapters still producing new suits, it is a testament to the ingenuity and longevity of the Space Marines.

Download the Rules from Games Workshop HERE.

Legion Tactical Squad in Mark III Armour $100

Clad in ancient suits of power armour, impressively powerful and daunting to behold, Mark III Space Marines are a living reminder of the dark days of the Horus Heresy. Their ‘Iron’ armour is a variation on the previous generation’s ‘Crusade’ pattern, with extra armour and reinforcements allowing them to absorb an unprecedented amount of enemy firepower. When encased in this armour, a Space Marine becomes an unstoppable juggernaut.

 

New Heresy Plastics with free rules? That’s something to get excited about!

  • euansmith

    I hope that GW address the return of this armour in the 40k in the fluff. Maybe have the Munitorium say that they can’t keep up with the repairs on the newer suits and so they have had to break out these older models from moth balls, and return certify them for active service once more.

    • Bradley Dunn

      Come on down to Malthus’ Munitorum Market now through the end of M41 and shop for your very own suit of “Certified Pre-Owned Battleplate!” Plenty of models to choose from, and every one worn by a certified Hero of the Imperium!* Terms and conditions may apply. Financing available for some Chapters. See Munitorum Associate for details.

      *We think. Potential for traitor salvage exists. M31 was a rough time.

      Actually, it all is, isn’t it?

      • euansmith

        “Bjorn Fellhand, are you laughing at my new armour?”

        “New? Hurr hurr hurr. I remember that stuff from back when I was a lad. You’d better buy some salve, as that design really chaffs your knee caps… Still its better than the “Ballginder” style.”

    • MKG35

      I thought that was already covered in the fluff some chapters just kept using the older marks and whilst others had a few suits around for ceremonial duties.