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Warhammer 40k Imperium Supply Drop Unboxing and Review

A couple of weeks ago Games Workshop announced the new Supply Drop boxes, well today my Imperium Supply box arrived! I grabbed the camera and filmed a quick unboxing!

So what did I get?


Well not a bad assortment at all!!

Inside was:

Space Marine Bike Squad (£25)

Fenrisian Wolf pack (£20)

Kor’sarro Khan (£25)

Adrax Agatone (£25)

Mephiston (£25)

Master Lazarus (£25)

Arco-Flagellants (£30)

Total Value £175


As you can see from the contents I saved £100 over buying the parts individually – and of the kits I’m not going to use (Agatone and Lazarus) I can probably make £40 on eBay making the net cost of the box £35 for me! An absolute bargain!

So was the box worth it to me? Absolutely! Though I did want the Bikes and Wolves for other projects (Both much older kits) and I have Sisters of Battle to add the Flagellants to as only have the mono pose ones from the starter box.

If I have a criticism it is that all the contents cannot be used together in a single army – I would have liked this to be the basis of a random Crusade Force (And if that was to be the case in future I would 100% buy every one!) The fact that we have 6 different factions represented does lessen the deal if you are not using every kit!

However, for a painter looking to get their next hobby fix then being able to pick up £175 of random kits for £75 is something that cannot be overlooked!

I got lucky having a home for the majority of the kits here (And £80 of the stuff in here I was going to buy in the next month anyway!), but I know some may be disappointed by over half the box being characters for different chapters.

I do think this is a great deal by Games Workshop however, and will be eyeing up any future ones that they do!

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