New Repulsor Tank + Primaris Space Marine Apothecary & Chaplain Hit

July 29, 2017 by brennon

Games Workshop continues their release of new Primaris Space Marine models with the Repulsor Tank taking the lead for this week’s collection of pre-orders in Warhammer 40,000.

Primaris Repulsor

The Primaris Repulsor is the new floating tank coming your way for those looking to expand their Space Marine force with some actual Primaris level vehicles.

Primaris Repulsor (Detail)

“The Repulsor armoured transport is a deadly combination of manoeuvrability and raw brute force. Due to the turbine array at its rear, it has tremendous motive power, held aloft by powerful anti-gravitic generators. The Repulsor is so heavily armed and armoured that is doesn’t skim over the landscape but instead crushes the ground below it.

The tank grinds forward with a deep bass thrum, reducing rock to gravel and fallen bodies to smears of gore and powdered bone.”

The vehicle is certainly going to take some getting used to in its design. You can actually download the PDF points and power for this particular behemoth HERE and this extends to the new models you’ll see below too.

A lot of people who have seen this tank in the flesh have said that it is decidedly more impressive than you might first imagine. So, I reckon head down to your local store and see if it wins you over.

Healing & Hellish Visages

Matching the tank we also have two new characters for the Primaris with their version of the Apothecary

Primaris Apothecary

…and the Primaris Chaplain too. Each of these models does really hit the nail on the head for me, especially the Chaplain who looks as dangerous and scary as ever!

Primaris Chaplain

Chaplains have always been a big part of the Space Marine image and something I’ve always looked at as a key influence for building armies. Of course, those who collection Blood Angels might like a few of these but all Chapters could find these sprinkled in there.

What do you think of the new models?

"A lot of people who have seen this tank in the flesh have said that it is decidedly more impressive than you might first imagine..."