|Company Champion from the World Eaters Legion|
|Handy Forge World decals dropped on to the shield and fancy shoulder plate|
|Lots of extra iconography etc on the backpack - I tried to scrape off the stupid skulls wherever I can but there are still a number on this figure|
|The embossed shoulder plates are massively addictive...once you use them on one squad, you will want them for every model...it's just so much nicer than even the best decal|
|Lots of fun, ornate looking features on the figure - fun to paint - I quite like the pseudo-knightly "helm" helmet style as well|
|So...you're the doctor?|
|The red medical symbol says "I care". The chain sword, on the other hand...|
|Spooky medical bits are nice extra for this figure...that glove looks handy for any battlefield "care" that might be needed during the great crusades|
|Lots of spooky medical stuff on the back pack too - again, very fun to paint|
The Forge World Legion components mix very well with the plastic "current" marines, and I find these combinations work particularly well for roles like medics, champions, senior officers and other such things where the variations from the Mark II, III or IV power armour could be explained in the context of the different roles in the Legion. The Mark IV armour is particularly close in appearance to the "current" Mark VII power armour suits, so the differences are even less apparent.
The plastic bits are also a nice source of conversion/upgrade bits for the Forge World Marine figures, without having to bend over even more for the Legion accessory kits. Of course, the plastic figures are practically as expensive as the Forge World ones anyway, but if you are a long-term GW nut like me you have a huge pile of plastic bits stashed away you can put to good use.
Up next, some Sons of Horus, and another WW2 diversion...