Space Marine Predator
The Predator is the main battle tank of the Space Marines. Based upon the Rhino chassis, the Predator sacrifices transport capacity for improved frontal armour and heavy turret-mounted armament. The result is a well-armed and mobile tank, equally capable of holding ground or spearheading armoured assaults into the most heavily defended of enemy territory.
This box set contains one multi-part plastic Space Marine Predator tank. This 94-piece kit includes components to make all of the weapon options available in Codex: Space Marines, including: a twin-linked lascannon, a pair of lascannon sponsons, an autocannon, a pair of heavy bolter sponsons, a storm bolter and a hunter-killer missile.
Operating deep within hostile territory, Scout Squads reconnoitre the enemy’s movements, set ambushes, sabotage supply lines and destroy communications centres in daring commando raids. The task of the Scouts is to strike hard and vanish before the enemy has the chance to retaliate.
The sons of the Great Khan are amongst the most naturally skilled warriors fighting to defend the Imperium, and fall upon their foes with unmatched speed and ferocity. Inside this 64-page hardback codex supplement, you'll find everything you need to unleash the White Scars in battle, plus thrilling lore and art to inspire your own collection.
Marneus Calgar, Chapter Master of the Ultramarines, is not only a consummate warrior, but also a highly talented strategist. He is master of Ultramar, a vast swathe of space on the embattled Eastern Fringe. He launched the counter-invasion of the xenos-tainted planet of Vigilus with the veteran warriors Lethro Ados and Nemus Adranus - two of his most trusted aides from the Victrix Guard - always at his side.
Lieutenants act as the right hands of their Captains by providing tactical flexibility and helping to direct their battle-brothers in war. They are often entrusted with direct battlefield command of a demi-company or strike force; by handling the squad-level combat logistics of force coordination and acting as exemplary leaders, they free up their Captains to focus on the wider strategic picture of the entire war zone.