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Warhammer 40K: Hearthkyn Models Revealed For Leagues of Votann

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Jun 20 2022

Games Workshop is showing off the full squad of Hearthkyn for the Leagues of Votann and they are looking fantastic!

We’re excited to learn more about the Leagues of Votann and their various units. Today Games Workshop has a special treat: They have revealed the full squad of Hearthkyn with a bunch of cool options to drool over. These new models look great — but don’t take my word for it. See for yourself.

via Warhammer Community


“These hardy clone warriors form the core of the Kinhosts, and unlike the Adeptus Astartes, they are not bred solely for war. These soldiers are citizens drawn from the populace of the Holds, regardless of gender, job, or social role. They’re Kin who have undergone rigorous martial training, yes, but they also have fulfilling lives outside of war. “

Leagues of Votann Hearthkyn


These are just a few of the options you’ll be able to build out for your squads. A unit of Hearthkyn ranges from 10 to 20 models — you’ll have lots of opportunities to build them however you’d like.

Each unit is led by a Theyn and are typically armed with a “variety of hand-to-hand combat weapons, including brutal concussion gauntlets and vicious plasma axes.

That’s not all! There’s also heavier weapon options like “L7 missile launchers, EtaCarn plasma beamers, and magna-rail rifles.” Other unit member can also have various weapons like ion blasters, HYLas auto-rifles, or Autarch-pattern bolters.



As you can see the Leagues of Votann’s Hearthkyn are packing quite the array of firepower and these models to not disappoint! We’re really looking forward to seeing what other units and models this army is packing. Personally, I’m really liking the not-quite Imperial slant on these weapons and can’t wait to see these models in person and on the tabletop.


What do you think of the Leagues of Votann’s new Hearthkyn models? What weapons from their armory are you curious about?

Author: Adam Harrison
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