For everyone that likes Warhammer 40k Tabletop and Dawn of War Games or anything to do with Warhammer 40K.
i know 40K is known for it, but these are just too ridiculous..
don't fit in with SMs at all.
What.. The.. ****...
Space marines...inside...a space marine...
What will be next? Dreadnought inside of dreadnought?
Hmmmm like a Space Marine Dreadnought Titan
Because screw mobility.
I don't get it... Don't we already have Termies and Dreadnoughts?
Looks like something a "LoL Angree Marines" 4 chan idiot would kitbash together.
Anybody in that getup deserves to be shot for heresy. With a Volkite Serpenta.
based on the other pic as well as this one... it looks like they can choose between heavy bolters, missile pods or frag assault launchers as a chest weapon?!?!
These things look like they pack a serious punch!
Regular bolters actually. Frag launchers are assault-only.
Why would Space Marines need to put Zone Trooper armour over their armour. Images.wikia.com
Not to mention the fact that those armour plates covering the hips/legs would make it near impossible to walk. Then again the whole suit seems to be heresy to basic anatomy and that's saying something considering I'm talking about Space Marines.
Is it wrong that i like them....
I like them - at least, I don't think they're ridiculous - the shapes tie back to the Dreadnaughts quite well, they fit in with the SM 'feel' of super-elite warriors, they look just how I imagine a man-sized suit of self-propelled Power Armour should (that is, Power Armour which is so big it can't be "walked in" and needs to move itself with someone at the controls)...
The only questions I have are these 2: can they mount Heavy Flamers, and how do they look in green? =P
Funny i was thinking the same thing about the green maybe a dash of robe here and there, hell maybe even a deathwing sergeant.
I hope there will be a good background story for them
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