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Text save for Last Chance to Buy: "The undisputed master of back-stabbing, sneaking and running away, Tretch Craventail has made an artform of escaping from danger and embodies the Skaven discipline of Verminous Valour. Armed with a healthy collection of blades and protected by his Lucky Skullhelm, Tretch is a dangerous and wily Hero choice for a Skaven army.

This set contains one metal Tretch Craventail in five parts and one 20mm Square Parallel Slotted Base." "Throgg is the Troll King, and is possessed of a grim and malevolent cunning. Under his dominion, the creatures of the hinterlands have united into a vast army, and soon the race of Man shall feel the Troll King’s wrath.

This finely detailed miniature shows the King of Trolls in all his glory. Throgg’s toughness is denoted by the fact that he leaves weapons thrown at him to remain sticking there as trophies. He possesses thick, scaly and spiked skin and stands with one foot on an immense chain-bound rock-hammer. He has huge muscular arms, one of which is raised as if punching through the air; the fibrous muscles on his torso and legs blend into a thick-toothed maw. His ragged cloak sports various trophies and braids, and skulls are woven into his hair.

This finely detailed resin kit contains 13 components with which to make Throgg.

This kit comes supplied unpainted and requires assembly - we recommend using Citadel Super Glue and Citadel Paints." "Forsaken are frothing maniacs that howl and scream as they sprint pell-mell towards the enemy lines, mutated limbs flailing and distended jaws snapping like those of ravenous beasts.

These ten Forsaken miniatures show a vast array of gruesome mutations and otherworldly ‘gifts’. Smaller mutations include boils and immense horns, hideous growths and claws, but more sophisticated mutations include eyed tentacles, chitinous spikes and even torsos erupting out of shoulders. The kit comes with a range of arms, legs, heads and legs. Some wear stout armour plating, chainmail, and proudly display spikes and horns. They feature many different head shapes – and textures, too. Their mutated hands grip a spectacular array of weapons from hammers to axes and swords, some have even morphed into a horned fist. The sheer variety in options that this kit provides is utterly mind-boggling.

This multi-part plastic kit contains 85 components with which to make ten Forsaken.

This kit comes supplied unpainted and requires assembly - we recommend using Citadel Plastic Glue and Citadel Paints." "Galrauch is the first of the Chaos Dragons, possessed by a Lord of Change; he has all the ferocity of his Dragon form combined with the fearsome sorcerous capabilities of the Daemon that resides within him.

Galrauch is a large and finely detailed model that would make an excellent addition to any Warhammer collection. He has two, many-horned heads, one with its jaws open wide, revealing rows of viciously sharp teeth, the other with its mouth firmly snapped shut. All across its body is stretched, fibrous skin, with tentacles and spikes, and he has two large, chunky wings. Finally, he is perched dynamically on top of a rocky base.

This is a finely detailed resin cast kit, and contains 14 components and a 50mm square base with which to make one Galrauch.

This kit is supplied unpainted and requires assembly - we recommend using Citadel Super Glue and Citadel Paints."