New Forge World pre-orders

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Feb 11th, 2011
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Forge World have added several new 40K products to their online store. All of these products are set to ship on February 28th, 2011.

Malcador Infernus Heavy Tank

From their announcement:

Malcador Infernus Heavy Tank
The venerable Malcador chassis, a precursor to the Leman Russ battle tank in the Imperial arsenal, is capable of mounting a wide range of devastating weaponry. The Malcador Infernus is one such variant, and is armed with a centre-line Inferno Cannon capable of engulfing the enemy in a storm of burning promethium. The Infernus is a powerful weapon deployed both against enemy fortifications and massed infantry.

This resin and plastic kit, designed by Phil Stutcinskas and Daren Parrwood, will be fully detailed in Imperial Armour Volume 11: The Doom of Mymeara, published later this year, but we have managed to secure these experimental rules that you can download now (PDF link).

Cadian Hostile Environment Conversion Sets
Many worlds in the vast Imperium of Man boast conditions inimical to human survival, yet are critically important due to the mineral wealth they contain or their strategic worth. Imperial forces fighting in these deadly warzones rely on hostile environment equipment to enhance their body armour and survive.

The Cadian Hostile Environment Conversion Set contains 10 resin torsos, sculpted by Stuart Williamson and Mark Bedford, for use with the plastic Cadian range of kits available from Games Workshop.

Mark and Stuart have also sculpted the Cadian Hostile Environment Plasma Squad which contains enough resin torsos to build three Special Weapon teams, and again is suitable for use with the plastic Cadian range.

Imperial Guard Transfer Sheets
Two new A4 decal sheets are also available to pre-order in this Newsletter – the Imperial Guard White Vehicle Transfer Sheet and Imperial Guard Black Vehicle Transfer Sheet. Each contain well over a thousand individual decals including regimental insignia and blazons, kill markings, vehicle names in different styles, and also feature both the Aquila and Machina Opus symbols – a plethora of different decals to truly individualise your Imperial vehicles.

  • Hmm… With a flamethrower that size, it must run through that piddly little fuel tank its towing in all of five seconds…

    • Zac

      Maybe it is a pressurized fuel tank? Besides, these things blow up with such frequency in 40K that it probably never gets a chance to use its fuel 🙂

  • evernevermore (John)

    now that is a BIG Fing flamethrower