iirc one of those Emperor titans (the massive ones with church steeples on the roof!), about 12 regular titans, 6 super heavy tanks, around 40 land raiders and 40ish rhinos and approx 600 marines.... but I might be way out. The Epic marines could either be really easy to paint (quick undercoat then topcoat plus a splash of paint for the helmet and shoulder) or very fiddly. I chose the lazy route.
Get that camera out! I demand pictures
I think stilly is on about the epic titans and marines, the marines were only 6mm tall and were on bases with five of them. The picture you posted was of a 'to scale' warhound that fit the 40k marines.
I originally played Super Bowl
and moved onto Warhammer Fantasy
along with Adeptus Titanicus
which was the titans, to which they brought out Epic
which was the tiny marines.
I now for a fact that they have bumped prices in the past because they couldn't cope with the demand and put it down to the price of pewter at the time (circa '92). Despite the characters been awesome i find it very hard to justify spending £15 on five charcter models.
What also put me off was the fact that they started 'dumbing down' the rules in order to increase their player base, so that any 11-12yr olds could play it. Having played Warhammer 40k Rogue Trader
for ages, the new rules over simplified things and basically made the games abit shit imo. Financially it obviously made alot of business sense but kinda ruined it for me.
The novels and stories on the other hand are well worth their money, there was only a few out when i stopped playing but since then they've brought out shedloads and i pick one up now and again and find them to be a great read, particularly as i 'understand' the settings from having played the games when i was younger.