Imperial Guard Armoured Steel Legion Sentinel

The Sentinel is a one-man, all-terrain, lightweight, bipedal combat walker that is used by the various regiments of the Astra Militarum. The Sentinel is most favoured when Imperial Guard patrols must move across rough terrain that would completely immobilise heavier vehicles. Sentinels achieve a perfect balance of robustness and mobility, able to negotiate terrain that would immobilise heavier battle tanks and armoured vehicles whilst still able to face down fire that would shred ranks of infantry.

Imperial Guard Sentinel

This very nicely painted Imperial Guard Sentinel was an entry in the UK GamesDay 2010 Golden Demon awards.

Imperial Sentinel with Missile Launcher.
Imperial Sentinel with Missile Launcher.

Really nice battle worn appearance and good pose. Not sure about the base, but it doesn’t detract from the model. I alwaysb like the idea that we think rockets should be red, but in reality I am sure that this would cause problems, making it much easier for the enemy to see and target you!

More photographs of the Imperial Guard Sentinel.

Victorian SF Imperial Guard Rough Riders

The main focus of Bristol Conflict 2003 (was it really six years ago now) was the tournament games. Yes there was a Forge World stand and yes there were demonstration games and yes there was a very very small Games Workshop retail stand, however the main reason people went was to play games.

One Imperial Guard army which caught my eye was a Victorian Science Fiction themed army which made extensive use of the Praetorian Imperial Guard figures.

It was a really nice army. This photograph shows the Rough Riders. The mechanically enhanced soldiers in the background are counted as Ogryns which I thought was a clever idea and a nice touch.

Victorian SF Imperial Guard Rough Riders

More photographs of Imperial Guard.

Great blog on someone else’s Praetorian Imperial Guard army.

Victorian Leman Russ Tank

The main focus of Bristol Conflict 2003 (was it really six years ago now) was the tournament games. Yes there was a Forge World stand and yes there were demonstration games and yes there was a very very small Games Workshop retail stand, however the main reason people went was to play games.

One Imperial Guard army which caught my eye was a Victorian Science Fiction themed army which made extensive use of the Praetorian Imperial Guard figures.

The main tank used was a “Leman Russ” though as you can see the actual model took elements of the Leman Russ and combined it with an Imperial Steam Tank from Warhammer Fantasy.

Victorian Leman Russ Tank

It was a really nice army.

More photographs from Bristol Conflict 2003.

More photographs of Imperial Guard.

Great blog on someone else’s Praetorian Imperial Guard army.

Victorian Imperial Guard Sentinel

The main focus of Bristol Conflict 2003 (was it really six years ago now) was the tournament games. Yes there was a Forge World stand and yes there were demonstration games and yes there was a very very small Games Workshop retail stand, however the main reason people went was to play games.

One Imperial Guard army which caught my eye was a Victorian Science Fiction themed army which made extensive use of the Praetorian Imperial Guard figures.

Victorian Steampunk inspired Imperial Guard Army

It was a really nice army and I will post some more pictures over the next week or so.

More photographs from Bristol Conflict 2003.

More photographs of Imperial Guard.

Great blog on someone else’s Praetorian Imperial Guard army.