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[40k] Captain with mastercrafted Heavy Bolt Rifle


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I like the pose and I quite like the model, I think I'll end up picking him up at some point.


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Is it me or is this the first non-named Primaris Captain who doesn’t have the captain ropes (I have no idea what I’m supposed to call them) ?
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Is it me or is this the first non-named Primaris Captain who doesn’t have the captain ropes (I have no idea what I’m supposed to call them) ?

You mean these? https://en.wikipedia...iki/Aiguillette And no, Indomitus one doesn't have them either...



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He definitely looks like a Captain to me. I've changed my mind and will be picking up the model - he'll look very cool alongside the Heavy Intercessors.

None of the Primaris characters are super crazy in design - there is a more sci-fi look throughout I think, with the Bladeguard and some Indomnitus models looking most like the Crusading marines.

That's a good thing though cause you can tack on a few ultramarine bits sculpt a horseshoe on his kneepad and make a thing of true beauty. Need that open real estate. Busy models are great but leaves little room without sacrificing one detail to add another.


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