[HINT - He's actually dead and a military theocracy is running the state in his name]
Led by the new Primaris-ed High Marshal Helbrecht, an amazing model with so much presence, we also see the return of the Black Templars' very own Chaplain Grimaldus (also Primaris-ed by the look of him) & his Retinue.
A Black Templars force wouldn't be a force without a Black Templars Marshal, and what a cool model it is with optional heads and weapons. John Blanche's rotund Black Templars Castellan comes to life as well, plus the much-hyped Emperor's Champion. Taking up the elite slot we have the Black Templars Sword Brethren, robed for your ocular pleasure. There's also the Primaris Crusader Squad and the rather nice Black Templars: Upgrades and Transfers set. Like the look of the Black Templars? Well dive into the Combat Patrol: Black Templars which comes with a nice collection of models from the new range. There are of course the standard Datacards and Black Templars Dice Set, plus if you want to go all out, then there are a few collections too - the High Marshal's Collection, the Black Templars Army Box Reinforcements Collection and the Sword Brethren Collection.
Like Space Marines and feel like some zealotry in your force? Well go no further than this new plastic Space Marines Chaplain, who - like almost all the Black Templars - is trying to stab the sky...
It's a White Dwarf week, with issue 470 on the shelves next week, plus a new Iron Snakes novel, Urdesh: The Magister and the Martyr in hardback, and in mech there's the Koyo: Warhammer Age of Sigmar – Mystery Faction Pin Badge.
++ Heads Up - The Black Templars all have a November 26th release date on them ++