Tag: Horus Heresy

Ultramarine Fulmentarus Terminator Commission

Veritas Nunquam Perit Seneca – M.2. The Romans weren’t particularly innovative people. They didn’t conquer through inspiration or original thinking. Their strength lay in analyzing what worked and absorbing it into their process. Heresy era Ultramarines follow this strand for incorporating effective units or rites of war into their methodology. Who wouldn’t want their own…
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Return to Isstvan: Jeremy Lindner Emperor’s Children

For Isstvan III, I am collecting a Loyalist Emperor’s Children army led by Saul Tarvitz. Saul has been my favorite character from the early Heresy. I have always been drawn to the tragic hero that is willing to sacrifice everything to do what is right. I started building a similar army back around 2014, but…
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Horus Heresy Blood Angel Chaplain Amareo

Into this wild Abyss the wary Fiend/ Stood on the brink of Hell and looked a while,/ Pondering his voyage; for no narrow frith/ He had to cross.  The Blind Poet. M.2. The shadowed histories of the Age of Darkness hold many stories, many lives striving for humanity, or hold in contempt the principles of…
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Leman Russ, The Wolf King, The Executioner, Lord of Winter and War. Primarch Commission

The lion snorted. ‘You treat all as a game. That is why they sent for me – Malcador cannot trust you.’ Leman Russ Chris Wraight I’ve been privileged to paint this miniature several times before. I had enough distance from the miniature to feel invigorated when this piece was commissioned. A colder palette is always…
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Ultramarine Contemptor Dreadnought Commissions

Even in death I serve. Rite of awakening – canticle 3:44 I love a dreadnought. All varieties, all types. The idea of entombing a veteran in a coffin with war crime-level weaponry stirs the blood. These pieces form a much larger Ultramarine commission. Hell, I believe the client can even field an all dreadnought contingent…
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Space Wolf Mastodon Commission: The Howl of Yarrant.

One of the heaviest assault tanks used in the Great Crusade, the Mastodon became a relic, then a myth, after the Scouring. Bastions of imperial might, void shielded and practically impossible to destroy, the Mastodon was relied upon to deliver its potent cargo into the heart of the enemy line. Can you imagine Russ charging…
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Ultramarine Consuls Commission.

Every Legion needs them. We all have one ‘main’ army – something that we game with and want as many options as possible. Once the bulk of the infantry and tanks are painted your army can be utilized in different ways with the addition of a few characters. These miniatures bulk out a much, much…
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Ultramarine Mortiat

What on earth are Moritat’s? Depending on the legion, they are either damaged survivors seeking death or McGuyver types who haven’t got the social etiquette to fit in with their legion. Outsiders. Survivors. Loaners. Badasses. We have a great example of a dual-wielding Moritat ready to blow a hole through some unfortunate soul. of course,…
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Maloghurst the Twisted. Conversion Commission

…the law to him / is like a…cobweb to a spider, / …to entangle those shall feed him The Duchess of Melfi The Twisted – one of the most compelling characters from the Horus Heresy series. Broken on campaign, Horus’ equerry needed to find gainful employment elsewhere. Devoting himself to the darker arts post-Isstvan, the…
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Legio Praesagius Warhound Titan. Titanicus Commission.

Full magnetised Legio Praesagius Warhounds. Ready to tear up the tabletop when lockdown ends!