Well that didn't take long.
If you read my last blog post, you would've seen me reference something at the end of the post. Something Titanic in scale.
Well, I had some surgery done yesterday. I had a tonsillectomy and my tonsils were removed. Truth be told I was quite worried going into it, I'd never had any major surgery before where they knock you out, only a few smaller minor bits done under local anesthetic.
So, I was quite worried and wanted to cheer myself up the night before the operation, so I decided to splurge a bit and I ordered myself a Forge World Warbringer Titan.
Here's the Titan in all it's Forge World paint job glory! (Image taken from the Warhammer community site)
The model pictured above is the variant I actually ordered too, with a Mars-pattern Nemesis quake cannon.
The head option pictured above is the Mars-Alpha Pattern Warbringer Titan Head which although nice in it's own way, isn't the version that really appealed to me, so I instead went for the Mars-Delta Pattern Warbringer Titan Head. This head variant feels more Knightly to me and I think it sits better with the over-all look of the Titan body.
For it's secondary weapons, I opted for a Battle Titan Volcano Cannon and a Battle Titan Laser Blaster.
What cool about the Warbringer too, is that the arm mounted weapons are cross compatible with the Mars Pattern Reaver Titan which I ordered a couple of months ago back in September.
I'm still yet to build that model up but given that all of my Titans will be from the same legio, it means that I'll be able to mix and match between them.
Well, there we have it. I'm now an owner of three Forge World Titans, with my Reaver and Warhound already being with me and my Warbringer on it's way.
The only one left to order at some point would be the Warlord variant but I think I'll wait a little while before that!
Now all I need is the time to sit down and start building and painting all these wonderful models...