The Storm Eagle is here, fresh off the Forgeworld newsletter. Here it is.

I am betting that this was not supposed to be seen until next week, as Forgeworld still has no other pictures of it on their site. I was really looking forward to seeing some of the details and other angles.

via Forgeworld
Space Marine Storm Eagle Assault Gunship
The legendary mobility of the Adeptus Astartes has won planet-spanning conflicts with a single strike; providing the precise application of deadly force at the point where it proved most decisive. A Chapter’s fleet of attack craft is the keystone that makes this possible, and it is the iconic Thunderhawks and Drop Pods that are at the forefront. Craft such as the Storm Eagle Assault Gunship follow close behind to lend their weapons to the devastating assault.

A formidable gunship, the Storm Eagle mounts fearsome firepower for a vehicle of its size and is capable of transporting twenty Space Marines directly into the thick of an assault. The exact provenance of the Storm Eagle is unknown, but it bears clear similarities to the Stormravens employed by the Blood Angels and Grey Knights. Certain sources place the principal manufacture of the Storm Eagle upon Tigrus and Anvilus IX, both primary-grade Forge Worlds that suffered catastrophic damage during the Horus Heresy.

In recent decades the number of Storm Eagles in active service has begun to increase, especially amongst those Chapters known to have favourable relations with the Adeptus Mechanicus. This has lead some observers to believe that production has been restored at an as yet unknown location.

Designed by Stuart Williamson, the Storm Eagle is a complete resin and plastic kit which is packed with some incredible design work, including a fully detailed interior. It will be available to purchase in limited numbers at the Forge World Open Day on Sunday 1st April, in advance of its scheduled release date, for £80.

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8 Comments:

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    1. uh... no. It was just announced by Forge World, for sale at the Open Day, prior to it's official release.

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    2. I knew it was too good for a simple conversion...

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  2. Seems amazing!!!

    Thanks for the Information, Naftka

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  3. It says plastic and resin kit - so I imagine it is still based on the Stormraven partially

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  4. Has a data sheet been released yet for this?

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    1. not that Ive seen. I was just looking though a few minutes ago.

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  5. Yes on the page

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