Chimera (Astra Militarum)


This incredible Chimera troop carrier is a must-have miniature to all collectors of the Astra Militarum. Capable of mounting an array of support weapons, this vehicle will do its very best to protect all those onboard!


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This kit contains all the components required to assemble the Chimera, the Imperial Guard’s frequently used armoured troop carrier. These popular vehicles are incredibly durable, practical and even capable of mounting multiple support weapons to protect embarked Infantry Squads from all except the most destructive of attacks.

Warhammer 40k Astra Militarum armies are made up of billions of soldiers coming from a million different worlds. They will use their overwhelming numbers and strategy in order to defeat the enemies of the Imperium. Without the cadian soldiers, mankind would most surely perish. Consisting of countless billions of both men and women, their soldiers serve as the first line of defence for the Imperium. They stand defiant against the myriad threats which endanger the existence of the human race. For ten thousand years the force has bravely sacrificied their lives beating overwhelming odds in the fight for humanity.

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Chimera Components

Find the full list of components below:

  • Plastic Components x95
  • Turret-Mounted Multi-Laser
  • Heavy Bolter
  • Heavy Flamer
  • Hull-Mounted Heavy Flamer and Bolter
  • Hunter-Killer Missile
  • Tank Commanders x2

Additional information

Weight 0.354 kg


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Games Workshop


Warhammer 40k

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Astra Militarum


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