No one can deny that it is one of the most popular tabletop games. With ongoing tournaments and miniature completion, the popularity of Warhammer has grown extensively. The game has an estimated player base of over 7. million players worldwide and has sold more than 1.5 million units. With such a huge player base, how much does it cost an average player to play?
To make it easier to understand here is a list of the top five most expensive miniatures that make up a Warhammer 40K game.
#5: The Mars Pattern Reaver Titan: Costs $975
The Mars Pattern Reaver Titan is a close support shock assault vehicle. It is a flexible medium size vehicle that can be used on any open battlefield. It has a very unique design that patterns similar vehicles of Mars,
#4: Legion Sokar Stormbird: Costs $1,530
The Legion Sokar Stormbird, as the name suggests, is a fortified combat aircraft used for traveling, long voyages, and fighting. It can also be classified as a multiple-purpose warplane. It has a capacity of over fifty Space Marines and tanks.
#3: Mars-Alpha Pattern Volcano Cannon Warbringer Nemesis Titan: Costs $1,841
The Mars-Alpha Pattern Volcano Cannon Warbringer Nemesis Titan is a pound per pound heavy duty vehicle used on the war frontline. It is specially equipped to sustain hits and deliver as many.
#2: Mars Pattern Warlord Titan: Costs $2,175
The Mars Pattern Warlord Titan is a large piece of armory used for pounding and destruction on a massive scale. It is especially useful in leveling cities, and communities or wiping out enemy frontlines.
#1: Manta: Costs $2,415
The Manta is a multiple-purpose transport ship that can transport an entire army and its vehicles, and fight while doing so.