Warhammer 40,000 Conquest Partworks Issue Twenty Seven

My latest look through the latest issue of Warhammer 40,000 Conquest Part Work from Hachette Partworks and Games Workshop. Issue 27 features your first Chaos tank which comes in the form of the Rhino. This is a two issue kit to build the full model and will need Issue 28 to complete it as a Chaos Rhino.

Of course you don’t need to add any of the Chaos iconography to your Rhino and you will be able to use it for your loyalist marines! The Rhino is a pretty versatile kit and is the base for many upgraded tanks like the Predator and is pretty simple to build.

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1 thought on “Warhammer 40,000 Conquest Partworks Issue Twenty Seven

  1. Hi! I noticed your comments on the video regarding Primaris Size, and the answer is actually a great deal simpler than yu think

    The Primaris being able to not use non-primaris vehicles is solely a gameplay mechanic.

    The books go into greater detail, but a primaris marine is not actually larger than a normal marine height-wise. Their models are bigger mostly because they were able to do that with a new range of marines, while they would not be able to do so with the ‘old’ marine lines ( At least not so drastically as the primaris, the death guard are infact a middle-ground between the primaris and normal marine heights)

    But yeah, from my understanding it is just a gameplay mechanic to make up for their increased statline, presumeably the same line of thinkin g as to why normal marines cannot use a land speeder tempest!


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