“It was treachery at first. To turn against brothers, to kill for personal advancement and power. But we have seen them, how their minds and bodies have been corrupted. Their very belief systems have been warped. This is no longer Horus’s treachery. It is his heresy.” – Roboute Guilliman, Lord of Ultramar and Primarch of the Ultramarines Legion.
Joy Toy finally got to Roboute Guilliman, the Avenging Son, from Warhammer 40K. Decked out in some of the best-looking armor from the tabletop game’s past decade, The Blade of Unity is bound to look great in your collection even if you don’t play the legendary Games Workshop title.
Don’t want to pay that much for the Primarch? You can always pick up the more petite figure for the tabletop game over at Games Workshop for $70.
I built and painted this figure last year; it was a great experience. Primarch Roboute Guilliman’s armor is so detailed that it provided a lot of challenge, but it was gratifying in the end.
I’m still trying to figure out why McFarlane Toys hasn’t made this figure yet. Then again, my experience with that company’s Warhammer 40K collectibles leaves much to be desired. Then again, there’s a $100 difference in price.
Roboute Guilliman comes with the following:
- A Pair of Hand
His is made of ABS and PVC. The number of articulated parts is not listed, but Primarch Roboute Guilliman looks nimble enough to get into some dynamic poses.
Are you looking for more Warhammer 40K news? Then, check out the newly released gameplay footage for Warhammer 40,000: Space Marine 2![Source: Joy Toy]
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