Eldar Vampire


When Imperial forces bring an Eldar army to battle one of the Eldar’s most potent threats is their aircraft. The Eldar’s unequaled grasp of anti gravitic technology means that their aircraft are faster and more agile than Imperial equivalents. The Vampire Raider is often used for making swift sorties onto a planets surface, capable of travelling at many times the speed of sound, and is capable of defending itself.

From the Forgeworld Displays at GamesDay 2004.

Bloodthirster Greater Daemon of Khorne

The Bloodthirster Greater Daemon of Khorne from the Forge World display cabinets at GamesDay 2004.

Bloodthirster Greater Daemon of Khorne

The greatest of Khorne’s servants, a physical embodiment of the Blood God’s rage and never ending thirst for blood. Armed with an Axe of Khorne and vicious barbed whip.

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Eldar Revenant Titan

Forge World’s excellent Eldar Revenant Titan on display at GamesDay 2004.

Forgeworld Eldar Revenant Titan
Forgeworld Eldar Revenant Titan

I am never sure whether I like this model or not. Don’t get me wrong the paint job (by George Dellapina if I remember correctly) is excellent. I do like the sculpting, the lines and the pose. I guess my problem is that for the Warhammer 40K universe it looks too light footed, too flimsy, too featherweight!

But then again I am not an Eldar player so what do I know?

More photographs of the Revenant Titan. More photographs from GamesDay 2004.

Eldar Scorpion Type II

The Scorpion super heavy grav tank is one of the largest vehicles capable of anti-gravatic movement. The Eldar have used the Scorpion to spearhead an all out attack, especially against strongly defended positions where its Pulsars are used to engage enemy bunkers and strong points.

This is the model from the Forgeworld displays at GamesDay 2004.

Eldar Scorpion Type II

See more Scorpion photographs.