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GW New Releases 8-15-2015

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Aug 15 2015



It is PLAGUE TIME – Grandfather Nurgle has arrived with his putrid minions in some fancy new Age of Sigmar packaging.

Nurgle Re-packs in bound!

via Games Workshop

The Lord of Plagues $14.75


Hidden behind the dread mask of one of Nurgle’s executioners, the Lord of Plagues gazes impassively at the victims of the vile blessings that swathe him. Able to poison a man from a dozen paces away, he visits grim fates on those foolish enough to get close with his Plague-ridden Great Blade. His frame is a repulsive collection of rancid boils, open sores and cankerous bulges – truly, blessed by Nurgle.





This multi-part plastic kit gives you everything needed to assemble one Lord of Plagues, wielding a Plague-ridden Great Blade.

Harbinger of Decay $40


A bloated form, sitting atop a monstrous steed, the Harbinger Of Decay is mighty beyond reckoning. Confident in the approval of his patron, he fights with a sinister pride in the disgusting deeds he carries out – these deeds are rewarded well, with vile blessing rained down aplenty. Of course, these blessings are to be shared, and when a foe draws close, they feel the joy a rotsword can bring.



This is a finely detailed resin cast kit, and contains 8 components and a Citadel 60mm Round base with which to make one Harbinger of Decay.



Putrid Blightkings $55


Enormous, bloated warriors, festering with pustules and plague, the Putrid Blightkings are the favoured mortal servants of Nurgle. Blessed with the bite of the daemonfly, these rotting murderers lumber into battle with their tocsins tolling. Possessed of a shockingly deceptive speed, they wield scythes, mauls, axes and flails with a skill that belies their form.






This 105-piece plastic kit makes five Putrid Blightkings. Each model can be assembled in at least two distinct ways, with the option of building a Blightlord, Icon Bearer and a Sonorous Tocsin. You can ensure that each of your Blightkings looks totally unique by combining the 21 weapon arms with the 11 torsos and 17 head options.


Includes five Citadel 40mm Round bases.


Gutrot Spume $26


A hulking, monstrous brute of a man, Gutrot Spume’s incredible strength and tenacity are equalled only by his immense capacity for arrogance. The fearsome tentacles that dominate one side of his body can tear enemies clean in half without a second thought, while the attempts upon his life by the bravest foes glance from his rusted armour – or merely sink into his vile, flabby flesh with little effect.


This six-piece plastic kit contains everything needed to build one Gutrot Spume. Armed with a Rot-pocked Axe and grasping Flailing Tentacles, he cuts a suitably grotesque figure. Includes one Citadel 40mm Round base.



The Glottkin $109




A morbid set of disease-ridden triplets, held in check and balance by their opposing attitudes and desires, the brains of the Glottkin – the pragmatic Otto and devious sorcerer Ethrac – ride to battle on the shoulders of their brother Ghurk, a creature so grotesquely swollen by the blessings of Nurgle that he could flatten most enemies unfortunate enough to get in the way of his putrid advance without even noticing.





This multi-part plastic kit contains everything you need to assemble the Glottkin, wielding Flailing Tentacles, Poison-Slick Scythe and able to launch horrifying, corrosive Pestilent Torrents. It includes a Citadel 130mm Round base.


Nurgle Rotbringers Maggoth Lord $76



From afar, the chaos sorcerer Bloab Rotspawned appears to be constantly surrounded by swarms of unnatural insects. Only his fellow warriors in the Icehorn tribe know that Bloab is in fact the swarm, and the swarm is Bloab.




Lord of the Icehorn Peak tribes and master of the pox maggoths, Orghotts Daemonspew was born of an unholy union between a Great Unclean One and a human witch. His one and only wish is to claim what he perceives to be his birthright by becoming a true daemon.



Exalted Deathbringer $28


One of the most favoured of Khorne, the Exalted Deathbringers kill in order to ascend further in the glorious name of the Blood God. Every attack wrought with their hideous weaponry, every kill made, every panicking enemy slain without mercy or hesitation brings them closer to the pinnacle of bloodlust. An Exalted Deathbringer is a furious, whirling torrent of sheer violence, leaving nothing alive in its wake.



This multi-part plastic kit gives you everything needed to make one single-pose Exalted Deathbringer of Khorne, armed with a sinister Ruinous Axe and Skullgouger. Covered in mutations, scars and Khornate symbols, this model will strike fear into all who face it in battle!



Webstore Exclusives:

Festus the Leechlord $19.25

Rotbringers Sorcerer $15

Bundle ‘Deals’ Online:

Nurgle’s Deluge $155

Blighted Warband $275

Pestilent Clawpack $180


Say what you will about the Nurgle Re-Packs, that Khorne Exalted Deathbringer is one bad dude. Like – Save the President Bad Dude. So far we’ve gotten a bunch of new Khorne models, and repackaging for Tree Spirits, Skaven and now Nurgle. If you’ve been keeping up with the Age of Sigmar narrative the next weeks releases should be something Tzeenchy. Or at least more chaos themed releases. Will the Lord of Change make an appearance? I guess we’ll have to wait a week to find out!


Square Bases…The Lord of Plagues remembers…


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