Horus is coming

By Polar_Bear
In 40K
Mar 19th, 2014

Forge World is now taking orders for their new Horus the Warmaster mini over in their webshop.


From the announcement:

Horus the Warmaster, designed by Simon Egan, is an amazingly detailed multi-part resin model armed with the Warmaster’s Talon and the great power maul Worldbreaker and is equipped with the unique suit of Terminator armour known as the Serpent’s Scales. This latest addition to our Horus Heresy Character Series stands atop a scenic base depicting a ruined Imperial balustrade and stone staircase and is also provided with a smaller removable base for gaming use. As with all of our Character Series models, Horus is supplied in a handsome presentation box.

This model is available to pre-order now and will be despatched from Monday 14th April. You can find out more ab

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  • Soulfinger

    The header . . . the pose of that miniature . . . don’t do this to me!

  • Hexenjaeger

    HORUS IS COMING. (quick look busy)

  • I love that base.

    • Soulfinger

      Agreed. I’d trade a pinkie finger to be able to paint stone like that.

  • Riquende


  • Major_Gilbear

    In my head, I heard Sean Bean’s voice when I read the title… Then I saw SF’s post. Now I feel really disturbed! o_O

  • grimbergen

    OK I don’t get the jokes…so frustrated now.

    Very nice mini, but so disappointed with the GW painters. I’ve heard some talk that that their point is to showcase the miniature and intimidate potential buyers with too awesome paint jobs but this just doesn’t do it justice. Looks like the same average paint job they put on basic space marine troopers. Whereas the stone/base terrain looks fantastic.

    • KelRiever

      The paintjob on Horus himself is as bland as dry toast. Seriously, they could have done a lot better for a supposedly headline miniature. (get it, Soulfinger?…)

      • Soulfinger

        Crap. Now, I don’t get the joke.

        @grimbergen: Think informal verb, rather than gerund, then consider the position of his pelvis in relation to his power claw.