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New HH Space Wolves & ETB Sprues Previewed

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Nov 25 2017
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The Space Wolves get a new Praetor for 30k and we get a better look at the 4 new Easy-To-Build 40k kits!

Games Workshop is hosting Warhammer 40,000 Open Day and showing off a bunch of new kits and incoming models. We got a look at all the new Orlocks coming to Necromunda. Now we’re getting a look at the 4 new Easy-To-Build kits and the new 30k Space Wolves coming from Forge World:

via Warhammer Community


Space Wolves Praetor

Varagyr Terminators


Myphitic Blight-hauler


This kit might be listed as “Easy-To-Build” but it looks as good as the other plastics we’ve seen – it doesn’t have a ton of options rules wise so maybe it doesn’t really need a ton of extra bits.

Lord Felthius and the Tainted Cohort

If you’re playing Death Guard and were looking for some more Terminator options, then this kit might be just want you want. It’s got some of the more popular weapon options by default and the armor and poses look different from the “multi-pose” Blightlord Terminator Kit.

Primaris Redemptor Dreadnought

This is another kit that I think players should be excited about. It’s only 12 parts and while it doesn’t have all the options, it’s got some solid weapon options for a simple kit. If you just wanted to run a basic Redemptor (ie, without the Plasma option) then you can pick-up this version for less than the full kit.


Primaris Aggressors

The Aggressors might be considered an “Easy-To-Build” kit, but look at that sprue! This might as well be the full kit with less options. Side note: I kind of wish these were in Green Plastic in stead of blue because Salamander players are going to LOVE this kit box.

Personally, I think these ETB kits are looking extremely well done – most players won’t be able to tell the difference when you have these built and in your army. Now, if you’re ENTIRE army is made from these kits they will…but realistically these are great for players just getting started or players who want to sprinkle in these kits into their existing army without breaking the bank. If I were a betting man, I’d wager that the Blight-hauler is going to be an extremely popular kit as well.


So what’s your take on the new Space Wolves? How about the Easy To Build kits?

Author: Adam Harrison
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