Well I appreciate the thought. Quick questions if you can. Were they called Astra militarum? What size was the transport? What did they scions look like?
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Details! Details! :-) How big was this box shaped transport? How was it armed?
The transport is listed as militarum tempestus/ astra militarum, the tempestus version is the taurox prime whilst the astra militarum is just the taurox. The scions are listed as just militarum tempestus, 5 models in a box either making scions or a militarum tempestus command squad whatever that is.
Hm. Is that something completely new? Don't get any hits for taurox on Google. No forgeworld stuff, no artwork. Has it been mentioned in the fluff?
I don't like all these silly names. What was wrong with Imperial Guard?
Oh yeah, it also lists them as being up for pre-order on 29th March for release on 5th April.
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The italian part of me can't avoid feeling that militarium tempestum sounds a lot like fake-40k-latin for storm troopers
So...A transport with veterans/standard grunts variants?
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In an age of darkness...The truth must die
The sons of Bretonnia were the most valiant in the world,he decreed.They would not wait meekly whilst the realm crumbled around them.The land would be cleansed,the creatures of darkness slaughtered and driven into the ocean.
Bretonnia would ride out once more:for honour,for the king,and for the Lady!
Eh? Are we discussing the picture? Where's the link?
I keep hitting refresh and the link to the picture doesn't seem to show