Games Workshop Warhammer 40,000 Start Collecting Chaos Space Marines
  • INCLUDES: This bundle includes 16 plastic miniatures set comprising one Master of Possession with a citadel 40mm round base, one Venomcrawler with a citadel 100mm round base, two Obliterators with citadel 50mm round bases, two Greater Possessed with citadel 40mm round bases, and one Chaos Space Marines unit including 10 miniatures with citadel 32mm round bases
  • THEME: Master the fell warriors of the Daemonkin – warp-tainted Chaos Space Marines infused with daemonic power – and unleash their fury on the battlefield with this Start Collecting! set
  • GAME COLLECTION: These miniatures are from the Warhammer 40,000 game collection
  • UNPAINTED AND REQUIRES ASSEMBLY: This kit comes unpainted and requires assembly. Paints are sold separately
  • GAMES WORKSHOP AUTHORIZED DEALER: Includes USA Manufacturer Warranty

Warhammer 40k’s very own Space Marines are arguably the most popular faction in the 40K universe. Even people who never play the games are familiar with them thanks to their stereotypical sci-fi Marine skits and antics. For WH fans, they are one of the most iconic characters in the game. As for the Start Collecting Space Marines box, it is considered a great start for miniature enthusiasts who want Space Marines.

What’s Inside the Box

This set of Space Marines is only 12 miniatures strong but packed with a very solid number of points. Right out of the box are 12 miniatures that are not yet assembled. It contains 10 Tactical Squad troops, a large Dreadnought and a Captain in a Terminator armor. While these are great for starting out your roster, the models are not the same as the individually sold box kits from GW. Take the Dreadnought for example: the unit in this box has ranged and melee weapons but it does not have the extra parts from the individually-purchased Dreadnoughts. This is not a big deal though, since this serves as a starter kit. After all, with all 12 of these in one bundle, it is a collection you do not want to miss.

Games Workshop Warhammer 40,000 Start Collecting Chaos Space Marines
  • INCLUDES: This bundle includes 16 plastic miniatures set comprising one Master of Possession with a citadel 40mm round base, one Venomcrawler with a citadel 100mm round base, two Obliterators with citadel 50mm round bases, two Greater Possessed with citadel 40mm round bases, and one Chaos Space Marines unit including 10 miniatures with citadel 32mm round bases
  • THEME: Master the fell warriors of the Daemonkin – warp-tainted Chaos Space Marines infused with daemonic power – and unleash their fury on the battlefield with this Start Collecting! set
  • GAME COLLECTION: These miniatures are from the Warhammer 40,000 game collection
  • UNPAINTED AND REQUIRES ASSEMBLY: This kit comes unpainted and requires assembly. Paints are sold separately
  • GAMES WORKSHOP AUTHORIZED DEALER: Includes USA Manufacturer Warranty

Total Points

Overall, the Space Marines score a good scale of 350 to 384 points. Some of the experts say skip this set but if you happen to be a beginner, this is a great start. The reason why experts do not recommend it is because of the lack of extra parts inside and the quantity is not that big. Additionally, the Terminator Captain does not do much if you happen to have more mobile and cheaper choices on the table. Although if you want to learn the ropes of the game, there is no better option than the Space Marines. If you plan on playing them in the long run, make sure to buy extra items for them.

Games Workshop Warhammer 40,000 Start Collecting Chaos Space Marines

Value

As said previously, the Space Marines are a great choice for beginners but something of an issue for veterans. The only main problem here is the price. While there are other choices that are worth $90 for more than 20 miniatures, Space Marines only have 12. So, why do people buy it? Because it is the best value in terms of points and ease of use. 350 may be good start but to get everything better, buy more parts for the soldiers, especially the Dreadnought.

Games Workshop Warhammer 40,000 Start Collecting Chaos Space Marines

Is The Start Collecting Space Marines Box Worth Buying?

You should buy Start Collecting Space Marines if you want to start building a Space Marine army, it provides a good starter kit. It may lag behind during late game clashes but the bundle is a great choice for beginners, and lets face it, Space Marines look awesome.

Games Workshop Warhammer 40,000 Start Collecting Chaos Space Marines
  • INCLUDES: This bundle includes 16 plastic miniatures set comprising one Master of Possession with a citadel 40mm round base, one Venomcrawler with a citadel 100mm round base, two Obliterators with citadel 50mm round bases, two Greater Possessed with citadel 40mm round bases, and one Chaos Space Marines unit including 10 miniatures with citadel 32mm round bases
  • THEME: Master the fell warriors of the Daemonkin – warp-tainted Chaos Space Marines infused with daemonic power – and unleash their fury on the battlefield with this Start Collecting! set
  • GAME COLLECTION: These miniatures are from the Warhammer 40,000 game collection
  • UNPAINTED AND REQUIRES ASSEMBLY: This kit comes unpainted and requires assembly. Paints are sold separately
  • GAMES WORKSHOP AUTHORIZED DEALER: Includes USA Manufacturer Warranty

Start Collecting Space Marines FAQ

How tall is a Space Marine Dreadnought in the story?

According to the lore, it is 3.4 x 3.7m, width x height. Additionally, it has a maximum speed of 10 kph.

How many points is a dreadnought?

The Dreadnought alone is 140 points at base. If you combine it with additional gear, it can scale up to 207 points.

How many points is one troop?

An individual Space Marine costs 13 points by default. It also has options of autocannon (10 pts), plasma gun (11 pts) and plasma pistol (5 pts).