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In the vein of Shield of Baal it seems the Warzone Fenris campaign is going to be a two parter with the second parter bring in the long time rivals of the Space Wolves:

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No release dates yet. The ongoing monthly Warzone: Fenris eBook series will end in October 2016.

- Newest update June 9 2016 -

Products (rumored by Atia, Sad Panda, Mauler)

- Plastic Thousand Sons Rubric Marines
- Plastic Magnus the Red Daemon Primarch model

In the next Horus Heresy boardgame - release in fall 2016 (rumored by Sad Panda)

- Plastic Thousand Sons for 30k

Age of Sigmar / 40k releases (Source: Sad Panda)

- Plastic Lord of Change from the same artist as Magnus (end of 2016 the earliest)
- Starting with Warhammer Quest Silver Tower there will be many Tzeentch models for AoS (partly crossover with 40k) throughout 2016

Also most likely (currently guesses based on rumors)

- 40k Campaign book Warzone: Fenris II
- BL ebook and printed novel
- An updated, printed Codex: SW?



Collected rumors and information (sorted: newest -> oldest):

Sad Panda 679831 8707075 null said:
Remember it is still a few months out, especially the 40K stuff.

There are a lot of things in the pipeline before it. Deathwatch for example.
Sad Panda 679831 8706041 null said:
Warhams-77 679831 8706006 null said:
You mean the classic myth of GW producing Primarchs? :D
Myth no more.

A lot of people over the years claimed the GDs were all finished and claimed they saw them (talking about myths).

All of them curiously missed this particular vintage-epic-inspired-villain next to the only recently finished LoC his design portfolio.

Remember the Warhammer Fest comment about things changing, but not quite as drastic as End Times/AoS? 40K is on the move.
zamerion 679831 8705889 null said:
via Mauler on Faeit 212
Speaking of Space Wolves, Natfka, I bumped into an old mate last night who had a chap with him who I'd not met before. He said that he knew people working at GW, said that they were working on Warzone: Fenris pt2 at the moment and showed me two grainy photos.

I assume that the delay in pt2 is down to the models involved as one pic was of Thousand Sons in ornate armour that I'd not seen before and the other pic was of a daemonic Magnus. Hard to make out details on him from memory but there was a fair bit of blue & red on him and I vaguely remember something like blue pinions outstretched from his back but I'm not sure if they were wings. Clearly a departure from a Primarch Magnus from FW.

And a plastic Magnus from GW was the last thing I expected to see. It looked legit, but I don't know the chap, so..

Can't get a copy of the pics as they're secret squirrel, but my chum confirms that there are
wings on Magnus and it's GW plastic, not FW resin.
Atia on B&C


From the A-40k-author blog

So many people making crazy/wrong assumptions about the War Zone Fenris situation and I’m just like;



And then I see like one guy out of eighty make the correct guess and I’m silently like;



Everyone just chill and wait for the sequel!
HQ of 1st batt. 31st Harakoni Warhawks ? So many people making crazy/wrong assumptions...

Also included is my own very first Black Library story, Deathwatch 4: Redblade. The primary protagonist, Drenn, will be returning quite soon for further adventures!
- Spoiler warning - Warzone Fenris I: Curse of the Wulfen -

Also about Krom's and Ulrik's part in the storyline (WD 107 - Jan 13 2016) - via Beardyhammer.com
 

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Plastic Magnus the Red in Daemon Prince form?

...


1:12. That's my response (with a disbelieving tone).


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Plastic Magnus......Wat....wat....WAT?!



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Well Simon fromFW did drop a big hint that plastic would be the way the Daemon Primarch would go. Makes sense too since they'd be playable in both 40k and 30k.
If, and a big if, the Daemon Primarchs were to exist in-game I could buy that Forge World would be the ones to make them. Not GW though, they'd never make anything that cool.

Plus the Daemon Primarchs in 40k would be a massive game-changer. The powers of a DP combined with the statline of a Primarch, the loyalist and xenos armies would have nothing short of superheavies that could counter such a thing.


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Atia said:
Anyone still hyped about Tzeentch? Yes? Great. Here some snippets to avoid all possible confusions:

- Forgeworld will do the Prospero Magnus. In resin. Around Fall, for the Inferno release (as I think Russ may be ready for sale for the next Open Day). There are no "problems", Simon Egan just was afraid of both the horns on his chest and his face. He will be the largest Primarch. And of course FW will continue to produce the 30k Primarchs.

- GW will use the Daemon Primarchs for their ongoing storyline. Because that's the things that "are more interesting". You can use them for both 30k and 40k games, more people buy plastic models than resin. Magnus is finished. But please don't expect all 5/6 Daemon Primarchs tomorrow lol.

- GW already did them (Angron, Mortarion, Magnus and Fulgrim) in EPIC. They all work as large focus models for their respective Cults.

- I wouldn't expect this stuff before the Summer is over. Relax, enjoy your summer releases and campaigns!.

- Tzeentch Arcanites, Thousand Sons, Daemons of Tzeentch. #YearOfTzeentch (btw, don't take the year as year but more as ~12 months lol). Also, these aren't next in line, so again, don't expect this tomorrow ...

Last but not least, a quote from Sad Panda that summs it quite up

"Remember it is still a few months out, especially the 40K stuff.
There are a lot of things in the pipeline before it. Deathwatch for example."

So, let's chill and enjoy our summer =)
regards,
Lady Atia
SadPanda said:
Myth no more.

A lot of people over the years claimed the GDs were all finished and claimed they saw them (talking about myths).

All of them curiously missed this particular vintage-epic-inspired-villain next to the only recently finished LoC his design portfolio.

Remember the Warhammer Fest comment about things changing, but not quite as drastic as End Times/AoS? 40K is on the move.
 
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