New World Eaters Rampager Squad pre-orders from Forge World

By Polar_Bear
In 40K
Feb 9th, 2013

Forge World has some more Chaos Marines models available to pre-order from their website.

From the announcement:

Designed by Mark Bedford and Will Hayes, the World Eaters Legion Rampager Squad contains five complete multi-part resin models, including weapons, which are packed with Legion-specific detail. Each member of the squad is presented helmetless in order to show the surgical implants the Rampagers received, and the kit also contains a meteor hammer, two Excoriator chainaxes, a barb-hook lash and a pair of Falax blades; all weapons unique to the World Eaters Legion that can also be used to build XIIth Legion characters.

These models are available to pre-order now and will be released week commencing the 1st of March.

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  • Since when was the armor color for the World Eaters chapter white?

  • miniroll161

    During the Horus Heresy when they were a Legion not a chapter

    • grimbergen

      What’s the difference between a legion and a chapter? I’m only familiar with chapters (but I haven’t played 40k in a while)

      • Soulfinger

        Here. Legions were as big as 250k, but later split up into successor chapters with a cap of 1k.

  • Haibane

    The World Eaters wore white and blue armour prior to and during the Horus Heresy : during which they started wearing red & brass coloured armour. Since these are Heresy era World Eaters, the colours fit.

  • I remember them being blue and white as the War Hounds. I could have sworn the color changed when they turned. Oh well.

  • Cervantes3773

    They wore blue and white under both names, the red/brass started later in the Heresy when they really started to let loose the berserker within and reveled in being covered in blood and gore. It was less of a “hey, let’s paint ourselves red because blue and white is so last season” and more of a “eh, we’re coverd in blood… may as well own it!”

    • Soulfinger

      Whereas previously they had worn white to symbolize that they were pure as the driven snow and blue because their baby ran off with some backdoor man. I’m pretty sure that the transition to red and brass went something like this:

      “Guys, I’d really prefer if you went with an angrier color,” sayeth Khorne.
      “Like magenta?” asked Angron.
      “A little angrier.”
      “So more like a carmine or burgundy.”
      “It’s obvious that I need to put you in touch with the fashionistas of Khorne. You’re not really getting this whole chaos thing.”
      “Oh yeah, I almost forgot. We’re chaos now, so we should have wildly clashing colors that vary from person to person and crap tons of mutations like ‘silly voice’ and ‘telescopic legs.’ Could I have one of those swords that drinks people’s souls?”
      “Err . . . it’s not that kind of chaos. You know when you go to a restaurant and all of the employees are wearing matching uniforms, but they have some buttons and stuff — you know, flair? Well, chaos is kind of like that. Everyone wears the same uniform, but you get a ton of flair, which is mostly spikes.”
      “Can we still do skulls?”
      “Oh yeah! Skulls galore. Everyone gets skulls.”
      “So, I’m starting to think more of a Tuscan red.”
      “Okay, I’m going to be honest with you. We got a really good deal on these factory second paints, stuff like Blood Red and Crimson Gore –”
      “Who names this stuff?”
      The chaos gods laughed, “Lolz,” as Angron realized he was truly damned.