My Favorite Warhammer 40,000 Faction Is Finally Getting a Glow Up

My Favorite Warhammer 40,000 Faction Is Finally Getting the Glow Up It Deserves

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1/28/2022 10:07:00 PM

My Favorite Warhammer 40,000 Faction Is Finally Getting the Glow Up It Deserves

For decades Games Workshop 's space elves have had to deal with little in the way of updated models, and that's finally changing.

Warhammer 40,000has gone through multiple iterations in the years since I first left it behind, and many of its factions have had plenty of more dynamic, beautiful models to go with those changes, leaving the Eldar behind in the process. It’s not like they’re

bad—there’s still a charm to them. They’re just old, and unable to take advantage of the leaps and bounds Games Workshop has made in sculpting and design in the years since they released.That’s finally about to change. After months of teasing, at the Las Vegas Open tournament taking place this weekend Games Workshop lifted the lid on a series of new model upgrades for the Eldar—now named the Aeldari all these years later, because you really do need something more specific to copyright after you try and

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, but they’re also cool as hell... except for the fact that the vast majority of their models are the same ones that Games Workshop were selling when I was still playing the game as a 13-year-old, space-elf-loving nerd. Warhammer 40,000 has gone through multiple iterations in the years since I first left it behind, and many of its factions have had plenty of more dynamic, beautiful models to go with those changes, leaving the Eldar behind in the process. It’s not like they’re bad— there’s still a charm to them. They’re just old, and unable to take advantage of the leaps and bounds Games Workshop has made in sculpting and design in the years since they released. That’s finally about to change. After months of teasing, at the Las Vegas Open tournament taking place this weekend Games Workshop lifted the lid on a series of new model upgrades for the Eldar—now named the Aeldari all these years later, because you really do need something more specific to copyright after you try and bully the world into thinking you own “Space Marines.” While there are no entirely new units on display, the updated models represent changes to kits that Games Workshop has been selling for years at this point. Some of the models revealed as part of this wave are updating models that were new when I was last playing 40K as a teenager. One of the largest, the flaming, demonic-looking chap known as the Avatar of Khaine, is an update on a sculpt the company started selling in 1993 , outside of a pricey alternate first sold in 2006: The original Avatar of Khaine, the 2006 update, and the upcoming 2022 release. Image