If you’re a fan of Chaos armies, then you know Angron – the Red Angel, Daemon Primarch of Khorne, and all-around unstoppable killing machine.
This guy is a monster on the battlefield, able to take on entire armies with nothing but his bare hands and some seriously sharp weapons. And let’s be real, who doesn’t love a good bloodbath?
He’s massive, at around 6.5 inches, towering over most other miniatures, and he’s covered in all sorts of grisly details – skulls, trophies, you name it.
And once you’ve got him painted up and on the table, he’s sure to be the centrepiece of your World Eaters army.
Not only is he an awesome model to look at, but he’s also a seriously powerful force to be reckoned with. Just be prepared for your opponents to cower in fear when they see him stomping onto the battlefield.
Angron build options
What’s great about Angron is that he’s armed with not one, but two weapons – his massive chainaxe, Spinegrinder, and the brutal rune-etched daemon sword known as Samni’arius. And both weapons are chained to his wrists in true Nucerian style!
But that’s not all – Angron’s appearance is absolutely savage. His form is festooned with grisly trophies and World Eaters iconography, complete with a barbed club-tail whipping behind him and a pair of sinister spiked wings. Even the base he stands on is littered with skulls, showing that he means business.
One of the best things about this kit is the ability to customize Angron’s monstrous visage. You can build him with a fanged roar or close-mouthed snarl, and he can be assembled with his infernal musculature laid bare or clad in the twisted Armour of Mars.
The sheer size and dynamic pose of Angron make him a truly impressive centrepiece in any World Eaters army, and he’s a treat to paint and collect for players of all stripes.
What’s in the box?
- x77 plastic components that make this amazing World Eaters Daemon Primarch.
- x1 Citadel 100mm Round Base
Who is Angron and what is his role in the Warhammer 40,000 universe as the Daemon Primarch of Khorne?
Angron is one of the twenty Primarchs created by the Emperor of Mankind in the Warhammer 40,000 universe. He is the Daemon Primarch of Khorne, the Chaos God of violence, rage, and bloodshed. Angron’s allegiance to Khorne is a result of his transformation into a Daemon Primarch and his deep-seated resentment and hatred toward his captors and the oppressive society of his homeworld.
What are some notable characteristics and abilities of Angron as a Daemon Primarch and his association with the Chaos God Khorne?
Angron possesses exceptional physical strength and combat prowess, surpassing that of a typical Space Marine. He is known for his relentless aggression and unyielding determination in battle. As a Daemon Primarch aligned with Khorne, Angron is fueled by an insatiable thirst for bloodshed and revels in the slaughter of his enemies. He is often accompanied by a retinue of bloodthirsty daemons and wields a mighty weapon known as the Black Blade of Angron.
What is Angron’s backstory and how he became a Daemon Primarch aligned with Khorne?
Angron’s tragic backstory begins on the world of Nuceria, where he was raised as a gladiator. He led a rebellion alongside his fellow gladiators against their oppressive rulers, known as the High Riders. However, the Emperor intervened and teleported Angron away, leaving his comrades to perish. This act of forced separation and the loss of his comrades caused immense anguish and fueled Angron’s hatred for the Emperor.
How does Angron’s presence and influence impact the Traitor Legions and the forces of Chaos within the Warhammer 40,000 universe?
Angron’s presence greatly influences the Traitor Legions and the forces of Chaos. He inspires bloodlust and encourages brutal and merciless combat, aligning with Khorne’s values. Many Chaos Space Marine warbands seek his favor and strive to emulate his savagery.
What are some significant events or campaigns involving Angron as a central figure during the Great Crusade, the Horus Heresy, or the subsequent events in the Imperium?
He played a significant role during the Great Crusade and the Horus Heresy. His Legion, the World Eaters, became renowned for their berserk assault tactics. Angron’s rebellion against the Emperor and subsequent fall to Chaos had a profound impact on the Traitor Legions, shaping their violent nature and dedication to Khorne. He led his forces in various campaigns, such as the Battle of Armatura, but ultimately his role in the Heresy culminated in the tragic events of the Shadow Crusade and the Battle of Terra.