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Plastic Leviathan Siege Dreadnaught with Drill and Claw Unboxing – The Horus Heresy

Today the mighty Leviathan Siege Dreadnought crashes onto pre order! Armed with a choice of Drill or Claw, the Leviathan is ready to rip things asunder in close combat! In today’s review we will be taking a look at the new kit, checking out the sprues and seeing how it goes together!

Massive thanks to Games Workshop who sent us a free review copy to unbox and build up for the site! If you would like to support the site then why not order your Leviathan through our affiliate Element Games and save yourself some money too!

We have filmed a full unboxing which you can check out below or over on YouTube

This is the first of two Leviathan kits, this one including the parts to make the close combat weapons – A ranged one will follow later

As such the box contains the frames that make up the main body, along with a sprue for the fist and claw (This is also available separately for people who want to use one alongside a ranged weapon

The kit was a fairly challenging build, with lots of components and some fiddly moments, so make sure to take your time – however it is just as posable as the original resin one – one thing you do have to watch out for however are the pipes that link the arms to the body – you do get a couple of different lengths for different poses, but make sure to dry fit first to make sure it works for your build

With this one only arriving yesterday I have not had chance to paint it up sadly (Progress pics up on here as soon as I do though!) but it is a really fun kit and looks brilliant when assembled – I already have plans to add a couple more to my fledgling World Eaters army…

The Leviathan Siege Dreadnought is up for pre order today and is released Saturday 30th July

Games Workshop sent Sprues & Brews a free copy for review purposes.

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