Games Workshop has announced the release of a new miniature for the Blood Angels, featuring the legendary Commander Dante crossing the Rubicon Primaris. The new miniature is a stunning representation of one of the oldest living Space Marines, who has been a vengeful vision of gold on battlefields across the galaxy for over 1,500 years.
The new Dante miniature showcases the Commander in his modified Mark X armor, crafted in his iconic gold. The miniature retains all the elements that make Dante an iconic figure in the Warhammer 40,000 universe, such as his Death Mask of Sanguinius, laurel wreath, and refashioned Iron Halo. Additionally, his melta-spewing Perdition Pistol and the Axe Mortalis have been upscaled to suit his newly massive frame.
Dante’s transformation into a Primaris Space Marine is a significant moment in the lore of Warhammer 40,000. His eagerness to smite the enemies of the Imperium has led him to undergo the transformation, which has given him new organs, increased size, and a sleek new style of jump pack. The new miniature represents this transformation brilliantly, showcasing Dante’s new Primaris form in all its glory.
Fans of Warhammer 40,000 can expect the new Dante miniature to be one of the most ornate and impressive Primaris Space Marine models yet made. The miniature is a suitable honor guard for such an august personage, and fans can prepare for his arrival with the Combat Patrol: Blood Angels.
With many more reveals expected at AdeptiCon next week, fans can look forward to new and exciting releases from Games Workshop in the near future.