Step onto the battlefield and witness the awe-inspiring might of the elite Celestian Order, whose privileged few have the honor of commanding the mighty Paragon Warsuits. These colossal war engines are not to be taken lightly, as their capricious machine spirits demand unwavering faith and unparalleled skill from their pilots. But for those who rise to the challenge, the rewards are immense, for they become formidable adversaries capable of conquering even the Imperium’s most colossal foes.
The Paragon Warsuits represent the epitome of the Adepta Sororitas heavy infantry, armed with an arsenal of devastating firepower and colossal close-combat weapons. With these formidable tools at their disposal, the pilots are poised to eradicate hordes of enemy infantry with ease. Moreover, they fearlessly engage in duels against the most formidable adversaries, confident in their ability to overcome any obstacle that stands in their way. Their unyielding trust in the thick armor plating of their warsuits shields them from harm, allowing them to emerge from battles unscathed and victorious.
Paragon Warsuits Datasheets
What’s in the Paragon Warsuits box
- x179 plastic components that make three Paragon Warsuits.
- x3 Citadel 50mm Round Bases, providing stable and fitting bases for each Warsuit.
How to paint the Paragon Warsuits Set
- Step 1: Prime the miniatures
Begin by priming the Paragon Warsuit miniatures with Chaos Black or Wraithbone spray primer. This will provide a base for the paint to adhere to.
- Step 2: Basecoat the armor
Using a medium-sized brush, apply a basecoat of Corvus Black to the armor plates of the Paragon Warsuits. Ensure smooth and even coverage.
- Step 3: Highlight the armor
Using a lighter shade like Apothecary White, carefully highlight the edges of the armor plates to add depth and dimension. Focus on the raised areas and edges for a more pronounced effect.
- Step 4: Paint the details
Use Leadbelcher to paint any metallic parts of the Paragon Warsuits, such as weapons or joints. For any red details, such as lenses or symbols, use Mephiston Red. You can also add additional details using other appropriate colors, such as Retributor Armor for gold trims or Balthasar Gold for decorative elements.
- Step 5: Shade the miniatures
Apply a wash of Nuln Oil over the entire miniature to add shading and enhance the details. Be careful not to let the wash pool in one area; ensure even distribution for a natural look.
- Step 6: Highlight the details
Using lighter shades of the base colors, like Black Legion for the armor or Runefang Steel for metallic parts, carefully highlight the details to make them stand out. Apply these highlights sparingly to the edges and raised surfaces.
- Step 7: Finish with a base
Paint the base of the Paragon Warsuits with a suitable color, such as Agrellan Earth for a textured earth look or Astrogranite for a rocky surface. You can also add additional details to the base, such as tufts of grass or debris, to enhance the overall appearance.