Saturday, 2 January 2016

Legion Mastodon

Legion Mastodon is available on Horus Heresy Weekender 2016

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This is a model that I am a very big fan of. 

The tracks and design is deliciously different yet familiar as a Legion vehicle. 

It has 2 Void shields and multiple weapons and options. The Magna melta is a souped up version of the Cerastus Assault Rams Weapon. 

Ithe top weapons is a rotor cannon of sorts, it also has two Lascannons and 2 Heavy Flamers. 

It has an assault ramp at back . . .

And front. . . 

It can transport 40 Legionnaires, in multiple squads as it is a super heavy. 


A great super Heavy with double figure hit points. A must for Iron Warriors and Imperial Fist gamers. 

Drake Seta

17 comments:

  1. Looks amazing! Any suggestions on price at all? Thank you for all the pics :)

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  2. Is it possible to get that SoH recipe? Thanks for all the coverage!!!

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    1. should be in the upcoming HH masterclass book afaik^^

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    2. If you go on Forge World website and on downloads there are paint schemes of the first 4 legions, including the SoH scheme :)

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    3. this is a different scheme using the new soh greens im guessing, mat kane hasnt been at fw for a year or so

      thanks both of you!!

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    4. Hi Bradley. Unfortunately (and disappointingly) FW have not given the new recipe in the Masterclass book nor a guide on how to paint a SoH mini. They do pretty much list the mixtures Mat Kane used but not accurate with quantaties, AND THEN in italics underneath say: "Since these models were painted, Forge World has released an Airbrush range of paints. The range includes 3 paints (Nocturne green, Lupercal green and Sons of Horus Green) specifically created to aid in the painting of a Sons of Horus Legion force."
      Really disappointed in this comment.

      We are going to be trying to get info regarding how the Mastodon was painted, and will be giving the guide up here on the blog.

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  3. That looks like a serious bit of transport hardware.
    I wonder if I could fit one in my AL somewhere, it is really cool.

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    1. Definite transporter!! Found out it can take 40 models!! Even groups of squads :D

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    2. Yup as it is a super heavy transport.

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    3. Nice! I was hoping it could take 50 but that would be too similar to the Stormbird I guess!

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  4. Between £280 and £350 it looks like.

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  5. Man that looks like the offspring of a thunderhawk that shacked up with a landraider after a drunken night out!
    I love it!!

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  6. Got to get one, paint it red, and stick a chaplain on top.

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    1. Welcome Colby.
      Yes you do indeed (hopefully for book 8!)

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  7. Hmmm hmmm so 20 cc Terminators embarked on this with 2 Spartans with 10 termies a piece for my TS.

    I'm set!

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