Primaris Reivers are the terror troops of Space Marines, trained and equipped to launch brutal, unexpected assaults with sudden fury and shocking violence. This 10-man plastic kit allows you to assemble either a 10-man squad, a squad of 9 Reivers with a Sergeant, or 2 separate 5-man squads, each with a Sergeant of their own. With a wide variety of weapon options, each Reiver is clad in sleek Mk X power armor, featuring practical details like extra ammunition and equipment pouches, grenade harnesses, blade sheaths, grav-chutes, and various helmet options.
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Primaris Reivers Datasheets
What’s in the Primaris Reivers box
- x228 plastic components that make 10 Primaris Reivers.
They have a variety of weapon options including:
- x10 heavy bolt pistols
- x12 bolt carbines
- x14 combat knives, with the option for carbine, pistol and carbine, pistol and combat knife loadouts. Two of the sets of arms for combat knives have a communications array on the vambrace for the Sergeants.
- x10 grapnel launchers are included in holsters, with a further 4 to be held in the right hand.
- x20 fins, 10 for each side of the Reivers’ backpacks.
- x10 unique skull design helmets, 10 with the top removed and the lower half remaining, and 4 Sergeant-specific bare heads. Each chest plate is decorated with a skull and crossed dagger motif.
- x10 Citadel 32mm Round bases
- x1 Ultramarines Infantry transfer sheet
How to paint the Primaris Reivers
- Step 1: Basecoat the Armor
Start by applying a basecoat of blue paint, such as Macragge Blue, to the armor areas of the Primaris Reivers. Ensure even coverage by using thin and smooth layers.
- Step 2: Highlight the Armor
To add depth and dimension, highlight the armor using a lighter shade of blue. Mix a little bit of Calgar Blue with the base blue color and apply it to the raised areas of the armor, such as the edges and contours.
- Step 3: Shade the Armor
Create shadows and enhance the definition of the armor by applying a shade like Nuln Oil or Drakenhof Nightshade to the recessed areas of the armor. Use a small brush and carefully apply the shade, focusing on the crevices and edges.
- Step 4: Paint the Details
Focus on painting the additional details of the Primaris Reivers. Use contrasting colors to make the details stand out. For example, paint the helmet lenses with a bright color like Mephiston Red, the face masks with White Scar and the weapon grips with a dark color like Abaddon Black.
- Step 5: Metallic Elements
The Primaris Reivers have metallic elements on their armor, such as bolts and weapon components. Paint these areas with metallic colors like Leadbelcher or Runelord Brass. Apply thin coats for a smooth and realistic finish.
- Step 6: Highlight the Metallic Elements
To make the metallic elements pop, apply a lighter metallic color like Ironbreaker or Liberator Gold to the raised areas and edges. This will create a metallic shine and add visual interest to the model.
- Step 7: Paint the bases
Complete the model by painting the base to match your desired theme. Use appropriate colors and textures, such as Astrogranite for a rocky base or Stirland Mud for an earthy base. Add additional details like grass tufts or small rocks to enhance the overall look.