|Victory does not always rest with the big guns; but if we rest in front of them we shall be lost.
|These guys have been stalking the 40k universe for a long time...
|Thankfully GW stuck with past imagery for the model, and did not trying to reinvent itself (they have tried this before giving us questionable things like the Dreadknight...)
|Although better pictures would be nice, I am pleased to see they included a skull/Mechanicus themed head.
|Quite a dramatic scene, both the Paladin and the Bloody Handed God glance at the camera, hoping to look their best.
Based on an uninspiring trailer that Games Workshop released earlier this week, the Knight will be officially unveiled on Saturday (02.22.14). Then we will have a definitive answer to some of the speculation I mused about above. We will also see the price; if rumors are true it is going to cost $140. Although not cheap in any fashion, this would place it below the cost of the Lord of Skulls, the Tesseract Vault, and even a Baneblade. It even makes the price comparable to the aforementioned Dreamforge Crusaders ($120 Leviathan, $110 Mortis). Regardless, it is certainly an exciting time. Finally Games Workshop has made an Apocalypse sized kit that people actually wanted. What’s next? A thunderhawk, or possibly a thunderbolt with the new Imperial Guard? Time will tell!
- Eric Wier