Slow but steady progress on my Devastator Squad. The repainting of the three models on the left is complete, they just need their decals fixed and some static grass. The Marine on the right is a really  old model from the 4th Edition starter set, I just removed the armour's old highlights, so still a bit work to do. Hope to get this batch done over the weekend so I can tick off another unit from my rework list. How do you like them so far?

Hi all, it's Aurélie. Today I present one of the Primaris Lieutenants from the Dark Imperium starter set. Lovely, straightforward model to paint. I chose a bright, eye-catching blue and a simple paint scheme to make him stand out on the battlefield. The model is mounted simple, detachable display base. Check out more pictures after the jump.

Close on the heels of Dark Imperium, Games Workshop introduced three new ways to get started with Warhammer 40.0000 this week: Know No Fear, a pared-down version of Dark Imperium, First Strike, containing the new easy-to-build Reivers, Intercessors, Plague Marines and Poxwalkers, and a Getting Started with Warhammer 40.000 magazine with a free Primaris Marine on the cover. In this review, we'll have a look at Know No Fear, especially at it's probably most defining feature: the play mat and cardboard bunker.

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