The rotting bowels of the Great Unclean Ones swell with pus and contagion, and within each such swelling there grows a tiny and malevolent Daemon called a Nurgling. As the Nurgling matures it feeds upon the filth of the Great Unclean One and pops out; the very personification of a boil or pustule. Their tiny teeth are as sharp as razors, leaving festering bites upon their victims, but rarely killing them outright äóñ although such an attack can prove the beginning of a long, disease-ridden demise.
This kit contains äóñ quite literally äóñ stacks of Nurglings. In fact, with this kit you can make three tottering towers of them. Every swarm has front, back and middle ranks; each is comprised of wriggling little horned beasts that are saturated in sores, cuts, lumps and opened orifices. They also come in a variety of characterful poses - most of them sickening. Though you can actually make 27 combinations of Nurgling towers, there are loads of individual Nurglings for using on bases for the rest of your army.
This multi-part plastic boxed set contains 16 components with which to build 3 varying towers of Nurglings. Supplied with 3 Citadel 40mm Round bases.
The Death Guard are the Traitor Legion most favoured by Nurgle. Utterly devoted to spreading the Plague Godäó»s hideous diseases across realspace, they are living plague vectors whose bloated bodies and rusted war engines boast grotesque resilience and firepower. They are a walking pestilence, a living plague of destruction and horror. Their heavy tread heralds the end of hope, and the damnation of all who oppose them. Their touch withers all, and spreads seething corruption that swallows worlds. They are the sons of Mortarion, the chosen of Nurgle; fear them , and despair.
Codex: Death Guard contains a wealth of background and rules äóñ the definitive book for Death Guard collectors. Within this 104-page hardback, youäó»ll find:
- The Wages of Heresy: a detailed history of the Death Guardäó»s descent into absolute filth and corruption, driven into a grotesque damnation by the cold ambition of Mortarion, and a description of their homeworld and their enormous, rotting Plague Fleets;
- The organisation of the Death Guard: a surprisingly organised and coherent Legion, for all the rot and bloat, with 7 Plague Companies at the head of a vast and diverse force;
- The Chronicle of Virulence: a timeline of the Death Guardäó»s ten-thousand-year war of sickness waged against the servants of the false Emperor, with an annotated map showing key war zones;
- Heraldry and colour schemes for a variety of vectoriums and warbands;
- Background and details on each character and unit available to a Death Guard army;
- A showcase of beautifully painted Citadel miniatures, depicting the colour schemes of the Death Guard expertly painted by the äóÖEavy Metal team.
Everything you need to get a Death Guard army primed for games of Warhammer 40,000 is in here:
- 33 datasheets containing rules for every Death Guard unit;
- Army abilities reflecting the Death Guardäó»s methods of war;
- Gifts of the Plague God: wargear both ranged and close-combat used by the Death Guard;
- Points values for all miniatures, weapons and wargear for use in Matched Play games;
- Scions of Mortarion: rules for Battle-forged armies:
- 6 unique Warlord Traits,
- 14 unique Stratagems (with a focus on the psychic might of this army),
- the Relics of Decay (6 rare artefacts unique to the Death Guard),
- the unique Contagion psychic discipline, available to all Death Guard psykers;
- 6 unique Tactical Objectives.
Designed to make it easier to keep track of Tactical Objectives, psychic powers and Stratagems in games of Warhammer 40,000, this set of 60 cards äóñ each featuring artwork on the reverse äóñ is an indispensable tool in the arsenal of any Death Guard gamer. Included:
- 7 psychic power cards - 6 from the Contagion psychic discipline, along with Smite;
- 14 Death Guard Stratagems available to any Battle-forged Death Guard army as found in Codex: Death Guard, along with 3 Stratagems äóñ Command Re-roll, Counter-Offensive and Insane Bravery äóñ from the Warhammer 40,000 rules, available to any army;
- 36 Tactical Objectives, including the 6 Death Guard specific Objectives from Codex: Death Guard.
Plague-ridden, diseased and festering, Daemons of Nurgle spread terrible miasmas and rotting, fuming death across the mortal realms in the name of their benevolent god. They consider their choking plagues to be a gift from Grandfather Nurgle, and the gurgling cries of their victims are interpreted as thankful praise.
This is a great-value box set that gives you an immediate collection of fantastic Daemons of Nurgle miniatures, which you can assemble and use right away in games of Warhammer 40,000! Youäó»ll receive a Herald of Nurgle, a set of three Plague Drones, a set of three Nurglings and a set of ten Plaguebearers of Nurgle.
Beasts of Nurgle are slug-like monstrosities whose enormous bodies are weighed down with slime-slick muscle and blubber. Fanged maws yawn wide in their flesh, and an unspeakable reek wafts from their bodies äóñ but for all their horrifying aspect, they are friendly and enthusiastic creatures. Their minds know nothing of malice or spite, and as they squirm into battle they do not seek to slaughter the enemy but to play with them. Beasts of Nurgle are always desperate for attention, and they hunt down new playmates with rambunctious glee.
This multi-part plastic kit contains the components necessary to assemble a Beast of Nurgle. He doesnäó»t carry weapons, rather smothering the enemy with his claws, tentacles and slobbering tongue. there are 3 options for his impressive belly, which attach to the single body assembly äóñ 1 with a toothed maw, 1 with a few deep cuts and 1 with a large gaping wound showing a variety of internal organs. There are 2 sets of hands supplied, each featuring 1 hand reaching out with the other steadying the Beast äóñ 1 set is webbed, and the other is clawed, with 2 similar sets of feet. 3 different faces are available, each more manic than the last äóñ 1 featuring a single eye, 1 featuring an icon of Nurgle where the eye should be and 1 with a pair of eyes practically bursting out of the Beastäó»s skull. There are 2 crests of tentacles, and 2 tongues.
This kit comes as 48 components, and is supplied with a Citadel 60mm Round base. Beasts of Nurgle can be added to Warhammer 40,000 and Warhammer Age of Sigmar armies.
Mind and will completely dissolved into blankness by the corrupting influence of Chaos, the Chaos Spawn lurch and stagger into battle with twisted limbs flailing. Dangerous and unpredictable, the only process left in their brain is the desire to kill - and they do so with a disturbing strength, lashing out at a horrified foe with unnatural strength.
This multi-part plastic kit contains two wretched Chaos Spawn, featuring a wide variety of optional parts for customization and personalisation! Supplied with two Citadel 50mm Round bases.
High-ranking Plaguebearers are known amongst the Daemon legions as Plague Drones, a title that conveys commendable humility. These overseers of Nurgleäó»s realm ride into realspace mounted upon Rot Flies äóñ colossal daemonic insects whose appearance is so repugnant it scars the mind.
In a collection of stomach-churning creations, it takes something especially hideous such as the Plague Drones of Nurgle to catch the eye. On each model, a Plaguebearer sits atop an enormous Rot Fly, which features two pairs of large, ragged wings, as well as lumps and boils across its body. There are also exposed innards here and there, and in one of the creatureäó»s bulbous abdomen are the horrific, contorted faces of some poor, partially digested foe. Each of the three Rot Flies is unique, varying in features such as Plague Proboscis, mandibles and stinger. The Plaguebearers also feature an array of disturbing gifts of Nurgle, from their boils, open sores to their exposed entrails. They come with various horns and gesture with bony fingers, and they hold skulls or crude blades.
This multi-part plastic kit contains 86 components with which to make three Plague Drones of Nurgle.
Plaguebearers are the rank and file of Nurgle's legions. These loathsome Lesser Daemons are crafted from the blighted soul-stuff of mortals who have been slain by Nurgle's Rot. A Plaguebearer carries the marks of Nurgle's Rot through eternity. What little of its skin that can be seen beneath the discharge of innumerable sores tinged with suppurant greens and vile browns.
Each of these ten Plaguebearers of Nurgle can be constructed in their own unique stomach-churning manner. Each combination possesses several disgusting details of note: sores of varying sizes; severed heads for trophies, which they carry in their hands; the occasional Nurgling somehow poking through their skin, or yanking on entrails; exposed tendons and bones; horns protruding from their heads. Each possesses many rows of sharp teeth and, for the most part, just the one eye äóñ though some have more äóñ and they each grasp rusted, infectious blades called Plagueswords.
This multi-part plastic kit contains the 74 components, with which to make 10 Plaguebearers of Nurgle. The kit contains enough components to assemble a command group, including a Herald of Nurgle, a musician and a standard bearer. Supplied with 10 Citadel 32mm Round bases.
For ten thousand years Mortarion, Lord of the Death Guard, has crushed his enemies upon the field of battle. Surrounded by chittering Daemon mites, droning flies and noxious plague vapours, Mortarion swoops into battle on vast, creaking wings. the thudding beat of these foul pinions fills the enemy with crawling dread, even as they waft the reek of death across their lines. To even stand in the presence of the Death Lord is lethal, opponents choking and collapsing as they succumb to the myriad plagues that churn the air around him.
This multi-part plastic kit contains the components necessary to assemble Mortarion, Daemon Primarch of Nurgle. This is a towering model äóñ the word äóÖminiatureäó» barely does it justice, as he looms over the rest of the Death Guard and gives even Bloodthirsters something to look up to! He is clad in baroque power armour known as the Barbaran Plate äóñ this is covered in rust and rot, with skulls, spikes and Nurgle symbolism on each of the chunky components. Mouldering robes, chains and a rotten cowl hang from this armour, partially covering the system of pipes that feed his breathing apparatus äóñ it is safe to assume that this ventilator isnäó»t delivering fresh and clean air to Mortarion, rather vile spores and disease.
He is armed with 2 foul weapons: a massive scythe named Silence, a rusting yet razor-sharp blade featuring brutal chain-teeth, stained with the blood of worlds and capable even of hacking a Reaver Titan to pieces; and The Lantern, an ancient energy pistol. There are two modelling options for these weapons äóñ one option features the weapons down by Mortarionäó»s side, the other features a much more aggressive pose.
Mortarion features huge, decaying wings äóñ these are modelled with pockmarks, holes and tears, representing the horror and decay of Nurgleäó»s hordes. Speaking of Nurgleäó»s hordes, there are plenty of extras with this kit äóñ 2 Nurgling Drones carrying phosphex bombs hang from the chains on Mortarionäó»s armour, with a further 3 on the base: 1 carries a Chaos icon, one waves a censer and one carries a tank of unmentionably horrid substances. The base itself is detailed with rocks which themselves are being corrupted by the foul presence of the Daemon Primarch.
Mortarion, Daemon Primarch of Nurgle comes as 78 components, and is supplied with a Citadel 100mm Round base.