I want the termies for the vader helmets. £60 is a bit ouch though.
While he is a kool model, I'm sorry but the Moritat is just a money grab... I thought he was supposed to come with a regular backpack as well as the jump pack, and to sell him with only one choice of weapon, and neither of them bolt pistols, instead of coming with the three options of plasma pistol, volkite serpenta, or bolt pistol... Wow! Total money grab. Very disappointing. Just like the Deimos Predators. They could easily include the other turrets and weapons in one kit, but they don't. Probably GW will do so in the plastic Deimos. They could easily have included the other weapon options and backpack.
I hardly find the Moritat a money grab. It is easily one of the Easiest models to kitbash your way into. It's simply a case of "want the cool pre-made kit" of "build your own."And if you want Bolt Pistols, unless this is somebody's first marine model ever, you probably have 30 or so unused bolt Pistols in a bits bin somewhere. Same goes for backpacks.
A more minor gripe is that the Tyrants don't come with optional chainfists, since technically they can all be equipped with the them, but that's minor.
Siege Master can also take a combi-weapon. Doubt it is included, hopefully the Cataphractii weapon kit is compatible. The part count in the description is somewhat low, given how the regular Cataphractii are broken down, so I am thinking something like the head-torso or arm-bolter are one piece to allow for the bionic limb accessories.
All the above... will still buy em thought...
Yes, I will
I think that with minor conversions, the tyrants could be used as fulmentaries terminators. The ultramarine unique ones.
I like the moritats, very nice. That being said, I'm still going to scratch build mine. I also want to have a go at making a heresy era cypher who until he gets his own rules, I'll use moritat ones
Sad that the Moriat rules aren't as awesome anymore. Still buying the volkite dude
They may not be amazing but I find them surprisingly useful. A little planning and they are very useful for funneling infantry into kill zones.