Oh what a glorious day it is - behold the grace of the Hospitaller! Today, Games Workshop gave us the first preview of this wonderful Elite-choice and I have to say, it totally blew my mind.
So it was Monday again and Games Workshop gave us a first preview of the new Sisters Repentia in their Battle Sister Bulletin Nr.12. Rendered models again, but a lot of them. Let's take a look at these grim warriors of the Orders Militant!
Today, we're in for a treat! Warhammer Community previewed a lot of new models from their new Sisters of Battle range and even real plastic and a painted one is shown by the end. Enjoy!
With a new Battle Sister Bulletin released, I recognized the current amount of news and previews about the new Adepta Sororitas and decided to make some sort of collection for all we know so far and all the impressions we got from Games Workshop.
This weeks Battle Sister Bulletin presents another model from the upcoming Sisters of Battle portfolio, the Retributor. And we get not one, but two new models to gaze upon!
Oh what a glorious day! At this years Warhammer Fest, GW finally showed off a picture of an actual, nicely p 88ainted new Sisters of Battle miniature. It is non other than the first 3D Model we saw one year ago and which set the stage for the new miniature line. Since then we got... Continue Reading →
Adepticon 2019 is over and for Sisters players it was rather disappointing. But thanks to GW, we got a nice new Sisters Bulletin - showing off another full render model of a Seraphim!
Hello everyone. Been a while since I last published anything, but with Adepticon around the corner and hope for at least another 3D-Rendered preview of Sisters goodness, I decided to get back to business and catch up a little on what we know so far about the new Adepta Sororitas. The Models Most important for... Continue Reading →
I know, I know ... no more Imagifiers in the Beta Codex. Anyway, at this years Las Vegas Open, we got another glimpse on the new Sisters of Battle. And this one is holding a Simulacrum Imperialis. First off, it's stunning. Its rich in detail, atmospheric and it has the exact right size for Warhammer... Continue Reading →