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Model Review: Maxmini Greater Plaguebringer

3 Minute Read
Apr 7 2012
Maxmini recently released several plague models.  The first of which was the Greater Plaguebringer.

1 toof -Far below average This product turned out to be a piece of junk. (rare)
2 teef – below average but not terrible. This product was a slight let down. (below average)
3 teef – Good, average, this product meets my expectations (average)
4 teef – superior to most of the products out there in either price, quality, etc this product goes above my expectations. (above average)
5 teef – Extremely high value or quality. This product blows me away. (rare)
Disclaimer:  I play 40k; I’ve played 40k since the 80’s.  When I look at a model I look at it from the perspective of how can I use this in 40k?  That’s not to say the model can’t be used in alternative ways it’s just my perspective.
Quality: The quality is amazing for this figure.  Reminds me of Ultra forge quality.  You open up the box, the parts all fit and there is virtually zero cleanup.  Not to mention the packaging is superb as well.  It comes in its own box with cut out fitted foam to keep it safe.  I’ve not seen care like this taken before in the packaging of a model.  I am very impressed with this piece.
5 Teef
Check out this awesome shipping package


Value: If you have a chaos/Nurgle army this guy would make a fine addition for Apocalypse games.  He represents the Great Daemon of Nurgle gargantuan creature perfectly.  He clocks in at $87 which isn’t cheap but I think its a good deal for what you get.

4 Teef
He’s big, very BIG.


Look/Feel: I love Chaos, especially Nurgle, so to me this figure has a special place in my bowels, er, heart I mean.  This guy looks perfect sitting next to the followers of papa Nurgle on the table top.  He’s sure to inspire fear and disgust in all who gaze upon this pestilent mass of disease riddled flesh.
5 Teef



What else could this big fella be used as? Any other games out there need a super sized slob of this scale.
Here’s a pic from Morbak.  He’s changed up the head and face to match his armies style.  The paint job is remarkable.

Questions, Comments? What do you think? Want to expand your Chaos Daemons army a little?

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