We’re back with another part in the new series showing you how to paint the Immortal from Warzone: Resurrections’ Cybertronic faction.
Romain is getting stuck into painting one of the miniatures from Prodos Games’ Warzone: Resurrection – the deadly Cybertronic Immortal!
If you have been watching our show Enter The Warzone and have been itching to give Warzone: Resurrection a try we’ve got a starter set that may pique your interest, the Imperial Wolfbane’s.
In this episode we’re looking at a vehicle Imperials can use in Warzone: Resurrection, the Greyhound LAFV. This light vehicle has the the ‘Chimney’ Gas Cannon mounted on its tracks, one of the less common and very deadly weapon types in the game.
At first look you may think that the Greyhound LAFV might be near impossible to beat but don’t fret as Rob from Prodos Games will give you hope as he shows Justin which tactics you can use to stop it.
The time has arrived as the monstrous Praetorian Goliath, accompanied by his Imp, has been released alongside the elite Imperial Life Dragoons, ready to engage in epic battle in Warzone: Resurrection.
We enter the world of Warzone: Resurrection as Justin and Rob from Prodos Games discover how to get the best out of the Cybertonic Hero the Immortal.
You have just seen how Justin’s Cybertronic Hero can lay waste to some Brotherhood troopers but what can Rob do you ensure the Immortal doesn’t have it all his way?
Some more Imperials are making their way to the tabletop for Warzone: Resurrection with the Life Dragoons which you can see in the teaser video above from Prodos Games. These soldiers are battle hardy and specialists at urban warfare so keep an eye out for more on them soon…
Prodos Games have shown off another of their new models coming to the world of Warzone: Resurrection soon for the Dark Legion. This time the powerhouse known as the Praetorian Goliath will be slicing his way through your opponents forces…
The mighty Alakhai of the Dark Legion has become more mighty than ever before. Alakhai Ascendant is the new model from Prodos Games for Warzone: Resurrection and stands at an impressive 88mm tall. Talk about heroic proportions (or should it be villainous?)
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