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With outlawed knowledge of the deeper mysteries of the machine, Warpsmiths maintain their warband’s arsenal of armoured vehicles, empowering engines with utterances of corrupted code. Fused with a writhing nest of semi-sentient mechatendrils, they seek not only to employ technology for their diabolical ends, but to subjugate it entirely.
This multipart plastic kit builds one Warpsmith, a fiendish engineer capable of enhancing and repairing the vehicles of the Chaos Space Marines. This powerful warrior is bristling with an array of writhing mechatendrils, a number of which can be posed individually. These tendrils are mounted with a variety of spikes, drills, snapping jaws, and two potent ranged weapons – a melta and a flamer – alongside the plasma pistol held by the Warpsmith himself. This kit is loaded with industrial details like smokestacks, bionics, and a choice of three different shoulder pads, each rimmed with corrupted cog-teeth – one blank pauldron, one with iron banding, and one with a skull-and-cog icon. It also offers a choice of two heads – one bare head riddled with bionics and cables, and one grim half-mask helmet – as well as two different melee weapons – a serrated power axe, or a crushing thunder hammer – allowing even more customisation amongst your accursed engineers.
This kit is comprised of 25 plastic components, and is supplied with a Citadel 60mm x 35.5mm Oval Base. This miniature is supplied unpainted and requires assembly – we recommend using Citadel Plastic Glue and Citadel paints.
12+. WARNING. Not suitable for children under 36 months. Small parts. Essential pointed components.
|Material:||Resin, Plastic (only standard Bases & Games-Workshop Miniatures for example)|
|Scale:||The scale information in the title refers to the usual size range of the respective designer.
We manufacture according to the size specifications of the designer. If you have specific ideas, please contact us.
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