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Age of Sigmar: New ‘Gobsprakk, the Mouth of Mork’ Miniature Arrives In Style

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Jul 19 2021

Did you think that the Kruleboyz were done? Guess again. And also, Holy Crap – that’s a massive Vulture-beast!

Well this one came out of nowhere! Meet Gobsprakk, the Mouth of Mork:

via Warhammer Community

“We’ve seen many monstrous things emerge from the swamps of Ghur, but they all fall under the shadow of Gobsprakk and his vast Corpse-rippa Vulcha, Killabeak. He’s an important new shaman in the Era of the Beast, and this prophet is possibly the most powerful Kruleboyz orruk in the Mortal Realms. “

Yikes! That is one crazy-cool miniature! As someone who’s formative years involved a lot of Clash of the Titans (1981), this one hits home. So what the heck are we looking at here? First up, we have the new Corpse-rippa Vulcha named Killabeak (which seems appropriate).

“The Corpse-rippa Vulcha is one of the most terrifying monsters we’ve seen yet in the new edition of Warhammer Age of Sigmar. The creature’s grouchy nature means only the most strong-willed of Kruleboyz could hope to get close enough to capture it, which is reflected in the Vulcha’s deadly combat power.”


Gobsprakk is no slouch either. He’s apparently got a trophy rack of sorcerers he’s beaten. Is that a Lord of Change claw? Yes. Yes it is.  How does he get it to stay materialized now that the Daemon is defeated? That’s some big Waaagh! energy right there folks.

Casting, or rather getting blocked by Gobsprakk in a magic duel, is going to hurt thanks to his special rule: Mork Sez No!

Yeah, that’s going to leave a mark or two. Lorewise, he’s also got some fun tidbits in regards to Kragnos:

“Among the many Mork-given powers exhibited by Gobsprakk, one of the strangest is his ability to speak and understand any language. This skill allowed him to parlay with Kragnos, and he used the ancient language of the Drogrukh race to form an alliance with the god of earthquakes. 

Gobsprakk went on to become Kragnos’ faithful companion and translator. However, it’s thought that this natural schemer may have applied some creative interpretation to the edicts of his new best mate.”

Can you trust a Kruleboy translator? I mean, the name kind of gives it away, right? That’s one crazy model – but what if you’re not interested in the Mouth of Mork running amok in your army? Well, there is another option.


Meet the Killaboss on Corpse-rippa Vulcha! Yeppers, because why the heck not!


Get ready for even more goodies from the Swamps of Ghur.

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