Nyström has been teasing the project for a while now, but on Thursday he dropped a proper unboxing video. Check it out for a tour of some genuine tabletop history. And if you’d like your own Thunderhawk, know that they’re still up for sale at the Forge World website. The new sculpt is made entirely out of resin and will set you back $735.
Warhammer 40,000 is now in its 9th edition and selling well, thanks in part to a new high-profile boxed set and a mobile app. There’s also a new line of paints that makes getting your armies up to snuff much easier than ever before. Finally, there’s also a small footprint version of the game called Warhammer 40,000: Kill Team. With it you only need a handful of models and some simple scenery to get started in the grim darkness of the far future.
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Warhammer: 40,000 Kill Team Starter Set
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A smaller, skirmish version of Warhammer 40,000 that’s no less grim or dark than the full-blown tabletop version. This set also comes with a boat load of high quality terrain.