Friday, 14 August 2015

GO BUY NOW! - Unreleased Warhammer 40,000 Rogue Trader miniatures

I have just returned from my holidays to find these wonderful miniatures delivered to our house, they are unreleased Warhammer 40,000 Rogue Trader miniatures that were never released during the golden age of Oldhammer and have been cast up on general release by Wargames Foundry.



You can purchase these miniatures here.

Lets have a breakdown of who these unreleased miniatures are.

EMPIRICAL ABSOLUTION and LIQUIDATION SQUAD
  1. Captain Repentance: a Rogue Trader miniature that appeared in a photograph on page 11 of the Warhammer 40,000 Rogue Trader book, a prototype Imperial Inquisitor, the base miniature for this was the 2000AD Strontium Dog Johnny Alpha from the Citadel Judge Dredd miniature range, a big thank you to Gadge for this new information, well spotted.
  2. Sergeant Shame: a prototype Adeptus Custodes, another Citadel Judge Dredd miniature was used as the base miniature for this one, the SJS Judge holding Rifle
  3. Private Penitence: another prototype Adeptus Custodes miniature sculpt based on a Citadel Judge Dredd miniature and in this case it's Judge Giant
  4. Corporal Contrition: another miniature that appears in a photograph on page 189 of the Warhammer 40,000 Rogue Trader book sporting an 8 Ball helmet and is based on the RT7 Mercenary 'Old World Jack
  5. Lord Revelation: Adeptus Mechanicus, Imperial Navigator, Imperial Inquisitor, Adeptus Arbites Judge, you decide, he is clearly depicted on page 140 of the Warhammer 40,000 Rogue Trader book as a typical member of the Administratum, a big thank you to Chico for this information and Steve for the in-depth research.

Fishmen
These miniatures were based on Citadel Fiend Factory Ferocious Man-Fish and were modified to carry Sci-Fi weapons, previously only available at events, just give Wargames Foundry an email at: customers@wargamesfoundry.com, they cost about £5-6 each plus P&P. There are only two poses available at the moment, a third may be coming soon.






Please support Wargames Foundry and purchase some of these fantastic miniatures doing so may help in making it financially viable for the guys at Wargames Foundry to dust off more Ex-Citadel moulds and cast them for our enjoyment, it takes a lot of time to do so please support them.

I was happy to find a gift of a Street Violence Swat miniature in my parcel too.



For many more Ex-Citadel miniatures go here: http://www.wargamesfoundry.com/our-ranges/ex-citadel

I am also proud to show off my new paint brush rack courtesy of my father-in-law's woodworking skills, thanks John :)



I hope you enjoyed your visit, now get following :D
J

4 comments:

  1. Great post ! We all jumped on those blisters at BOYL when we saw them but noone ahd talen the time to link them to their origins !
    That paint rack looks excellent, any chance to see what comes of it ? ;)

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    1. Hey JB, thanks for visiting, there are to many work in progress miniatures on my work station at the moment, I am still salvaging Kaleb Darrk, RQ Broo, C Series Dark Elves and the Kiss of Death, all coming soon :D
      J

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  2. Good post mate, oh Mr Casey shows on his post the here: http://eldritchepistles.blogspot.co.uk/2013/10/adeptus-administratum-latest-unreleased.html the artwork which the Administrator is based on, almost spot on.

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    1. Hi Chico, Long time no speak, thanks for the heads up on Steve's post, so he was a direct copy of an illustration, I missed that, I guess not growing up with the miniature hasn't committed the image to my memory as good.
      thanks mate
      J

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