Harpies are monstrous bioforms that fly with a deftness and agility unattainable by even the most sophisticated fighter-craft. As they soar overhead, they rain clusters of living bombs onto prey worlds and spit death from their forelimbs. The Harpy can be armed with either a twin-linked stranglethorn cannon or twin-linked venom cannon. There is a unique head featuring a long tongue and head crest and its carapace is distinguished by a series of vertical fins. The tail points upwards and spore mine cysts can be added to the rear of the model. There are also 3 separate spore mines included, each of which has a unique design. This plastic kit contains 69 components with which to make either a Harpy or Hive Crone. This kit comes supplied unpainted and requires assembly - we recommend using Citadel Plastic Glue and Citadel Paints.
Carnifexes are living engines of destruction – towering monsters of unyielding armoured chitin and knotted alien muscle. They are one of the toughest and deadliest of all a hive fleet’s warrior creatures, their thunderous charges akin to a living battering ram, able to crush enemies and smash through obstacles with ease.
This fantastic value set contains 2 Carnifexes which you can assemble in a variety of poses and multiple weapon options. Each Carnifex comes with two pairs of scything talons, a pair of crushing claws, deathspitter, devourer, stranglethorn cannon and heavy venom cannon. There are 5 alternate heads and the tail has the choice of thresher scythe or bone mace. You can even make the legendary Carnifex ‘Old One Eye’ should you wish.
This plastic kit contains 110 components with which to make 2 Carnifexes that can be assembled as Old One Eye’s Brood, a Thornback Brood, a Carnifex Brood or a Screamer-Killer Brood.
This kit comes supplied unpainted and requires assembly – we recommend using Citadel Plastic Glue and Citadel Paints.
The Haruspex is a ferocious beast created to consume biomass at a sickening pace. It can devour an entire platoon of soldiers in a matter of moments, shovelling victim after victim into its jaws without pause.
The Haruspex’s most obvious feature is its grasping tongue that comes as part of an inside out stomach containing 3 sets of jaws. It’s also armed with a pair of crushing claws and has a horned head specific to this monster, and can be armed with a thresher scythe tail biomorph.
This plastic kit contains 47 components with which to make either a Haruspex or Exocrine.
This kit comes supplied unpainted and requires assembly - we recommend using Citadel Plastic Glue and Citadel Paints.
Tyranid Hive Guard or Tyrant Guard Warhammer 40,000 are alternative builds for this kit. Both kits share the same body, heads and hind legs, as well as the choice of a pair of unarmoured secondary arms or rending claws (one of which holds the severed head of a Space Marine). The Hive Guard models can be armed with either an impaler cannon or shockcannon. There are enough weapons to arm the complete unit with either option. The Tyrant Guard can be armed with a pair of crushing claws; bone sword and lash whip; or a pair of scything talons. There are 3 sets of each weapon option, allowing the entire unit to armed identically. As well as this, each Tyrant Guard can be modelled with battle damaged shoulder armour. This plastic kit contains 102 components with which to make either 3 Hive Guard or 3 Tyrant Guard. This Warhammer 40,000 kit comes supplied unpainted and requires assembly - we recommend using Games Workshop Plastic Glue and Games Workshop Paints.
Warhammer 40,000 Tyranid Warriors are amongst the most important Tyranids on the battlefield. Not only are they large and powerful fighters but they also fulfil a pivotal role, acting as psychic resonators, amplifying the psychic bond with the hive mind. The Tyranid Warrior models come in 3 distinct poses with every single combination of weapon available on the frame. There is a staggering choice of weapons to choose from including 3 pairs of lash whips; 3 pairs of spinefists; 3 devourers; 3 pairs of rending claws; 3 pairs of scything talons; 3 deathspitters; 3 pairs of boneswords; a venom cannon; a barbed strangler; and 3 pairs of flesh hooks. These can be taken in a variety of combinations depending on how you want to arm your Tyranid Warriors. This kit also includes the option to make a Tyranid Prime. This monster is distinguished with its own chest plate; head and crest; shoulder guards; and has the option to add a scythed tail. As well as this multitude of options there are also enough adrenal glands and toxic sacs to add to the entire unit, and a choice of 4 different faces for the Warriors. This plastic kit contains 89 components with which to make 3 Tyranid Warriors, or 2 Tyranid Warriors and a Tyranid Prime. This kit comes supplied unpainted and requires assembly - we recommend using Games Workshop Plastic Glue and Games Workshop Paints.
This 124-piece Warhammer 40,000 plastic kit makes one Tyrannocyte. The armoured carapace can be modelled closed to the body or open to act as an airbrake as the Tyrannocyte prepares to land on the target planet. It is armed with five deathspitters which can be replaced by barbed stranglers or venom cannons.
This Warhammer 40,000 kit can alternatively be built as a Sporocyst and Mucolid Spore. The full rules for using the Tyrannocyte and the Sporocyst and Mucolid Spore in games of Warhammer 40,000 are included in White Dwarf Issue 41.
This kit is supplied unpainted and requires assembly - we recommend using Games Workshop Plastic Glue and Games Workshop Paints.
This 80-piece plastic kit makes three Venomthropes or three Zoanthropes. It comes with three different heads and 3 different left and right tentacle arms. This kit is loaded with customisation opportunities with each model poseable at the waist, neck, tentacle arms, and claws. This kit can alternatively be assembled as 2 Venomthropes or Zoanthropes and a Neurothrope.
Warhammer 40,000 kits come supplied unpainted and requires assembly - we recommend using Games Workshop Plastic Glue and Games Workshop Paints.
Codex: Tyranids contains a wealth of background and rules – the definitive book for Tyranids collectors. Within this 128-page hardback, you’ll find:
Datacards: Tyranids Designed to make it easier to keep track of Tactical Objectives, psychic powers and Stratagems in games of Warhammer 40,000, this set of 74 cards – each featuring artwork on the reverse – is an indispensable tool in the arsenal of any Tyranids gamer.
A seemingly numberless horde of ghastly super-predators, adapted bio-weapons optimised for the kill - the Tyranids emerge from the cold darkness of the intergalactic void. They hunt, kill and feed endlessly, stripping the galaxy of all organic matter they encounter, ravenously devouring every morsel of life and leaving nothing but dead, scarred rocks in their wake.
This is a great-value box set that gives you an immediate collection of fantastic Tyranid miniatures, which you can assemble and use right away in games of Warhammer 40,000! You’ll receive a 8 Genestealers, armed with rending claws, a Broodlord, armed with monstrous rending claws and a Trygon, armed with scything talons, toxinspike and prehensile pincer tail – this can optionally be assembled as a Mawloc, featuring distensible jaws in lieu of a toxinspike.
Tyranid Broodlord is a multi-part plastic kit containing the components necessary to assemble one Tyranid Broodlord for use in Warhammer 40,000, and is supplied with one Citadel 75x42mm Oval base.
Warhammer 40,000 Gargoyles are often the first wave of a Tyranid swarm to be seen in battle. Thus a Tyranid attack is preceded by the beating of thousands of membranous wings as Gargoyle Broods descend upon the foe; blocking out the sun, and spitting death from their fleshborers and caustic venom from their fanged mouths.
This Warhammer 40,000 box set contains 10 multi-part plastic Tyranid Gargoyles. Warhammer 40,000 Models supplied with small flying bases.
Warhammer 40,000 Tyranid Gargoyles are vicious winged monsters that are often the first parts of Tyranid swarms seen in battle. Their prime purpose seems to be seeking out the enemy and sowing terror and confusion amongst them. A squad consists of between 8 and 32 Warhammer 40,000 Tyranid Gargoyles.
This blister contains 2 Warhammer 40,000 Tyranid Gargoyles.
Warhammer 40,000 Tyranid Genestealers are legendarily ferocious close combat opponents, with lightning fast reflexes and deadly claws, capable of ripping trough adamantium. They have their own brood telepathy enabling them to function outside the range of the hive mind. A squad consists of between 6 and 12 Warhammer 40,000 Tyranid Genestealers.
Each Box set contains 8 Warhammer 40,000 Tyranid Genestealer models with various optional components.
This multi-part plastic boxed set contains 59 components with which to build one Tyranid Hive Tyrant or one Swarmlord. This kit comes with a massive selection of weaponry, including a stranglethorn cannon, a heavy venom cannon, a huge set of wings, and four boneswords should you wish to build your Hive Tyrant as the Swarmlord - the nastiest of all Tyranid Hive Commanders. It also comes with one 60mm base. This kit is supplied unpainted and requires assembly - we recommend using Games Workshop Plastic Glue and Games Workshop Paints.
The Warhammer 40,000 Hormagaunt is a highly specialised Tyranid bioform. Each Warhammer 40,000 Hormagaunt has four razor-sharp claws specially developed for ripping and piercing flesh and armour, and powerful hind legs that allow the creature to dart into combat at an astounding speed.
This Warhammer 40,000 box set contains 12 multi-part plastic Hormagaunts. This 72-piece Warhammer 40,000 set includes: four different head designs and two different body designs. Warhammer 40,000 Models supplied with 25mm round bases.
Warhammer 40,000 Lictors rove ahead of the main Tyranid ground force, scouting the lay of the land and reporting back to the Hive Mind. Unusually for Tyranid organisms, their first instinct is not to feed, but rather to lurk in the shadows, out of sight and out of mind. They prey on stragglers and patrolling troops, using their feeder tendrils to crack open their skulls and absorb information directly from their brain. The Lictors pass on this information in the form of a pheromone trail, which they leave behind them to guide following Tyranids to the correct targets. To come face-to-face with a Lictor is an unlikely experience as, more often than not, they are already behind you.
Termagants are fast, agile and cunning creatures. When a Tyranid Hive Fleet descends upon a prey-world, Termagants scuttle forward on four legs whilst unleashing torrents of fire from the bio-weapons that serve as their forelimbs.
This box set contains 12 multi-part plastic Termagants and one Ripper Swarm. This 175-piece set includes: three different head designs, two different body designs, fleshborers, spinefists, devourers, adrenal glands and toxin sacs. Also included are 12 Citadel 25mm Round Bases and one Citadel 40mm Round Base.
The Warhammer 40,000 Trygon is a colossal serpentine creature whose iron-hard carapace is proof against all but the heaviest of weapons and whose giant talons can scythe through even the most formidable battle-tank. In battle, a Trygon's shifting mass generates lethal bio-electric energy that it unleashes upon its foes in vicious arcs of lighting.
Warhammer 40,000 Mawlocs are huge worm-like creatures with massive razor-toothed maws that act as the entryway to their equally cavernous gullets. Most of a Warhammer 40,000 Mawloc's victims are swallowed whole, there to be painfully digested. Anything to large to swallow is pounded flat by the Mawloc's muscular tail before being devoured.
This Warhammer 40,000 box set contains one large multi-part plastic miniature that can be assembled as either a Warhammer 40,000 Tyranid Trygon or Tyranid Mawloc. This 97-piece set contains a range of additional components that allow you to personalise your model. Warhammer 40,000 Model supplied with a large oval base.
This multi-part plastic boxed set contains 76 components with which to build one Tyranid Tyrannofex or one Tervigon. This kit contains all the weapon options available to the Tyrannofex including a fleshborer hive and a rupture cannon, as well as a collection of gaunt heads to represent a spawning Tervigon.
This kit contains one Large Oval base. It is supplied unpainted and requires assembly. We recommend using Games Workshop Plastic Glue and Games Workshop Paints.
There’s nothing quite like playing Tyranids – sure, your enemies might have firepower, but you have gribblies – lots and lots of gribblies. This jam-packed boxed set makes starting or expanding your swarm of biological horrors simple, with all manner of terrifying creatures to crush your foes with. Building a sizeable Battalion Detachment out of the box, it’ll even save you money compared to getting the kits inside separately.
This set contains:
12x Hormagaunts, close-combat bioforms that move with terrifying speed
12x Termagants, Tyranids specialised for ranged warfare with your choice of fleshborers, devourers or spinefists
10x Gargoyles, aerial creatures who spit acid and pepper foes with their fleshborers
8x Genestealers, infiltrators who shred enemies with their rending claws
1x Hive Tyrant, a colossal commander that can also be built with wings or as the terrifying Swarmlord
2x Carnifexes, living battering rams, with the option to build one as elite leader-beast Old One-Eye
1x Ripper Swarm, small and voracious creatures who consume any biomass they encounter
This set is supplied with 32x 25mm round bases, 1x 40mm Round Bases, 1x 60mm Round Base, 2x 105mm Oval Bases, and 10x Small Flying Bases.
The manufacturer indicates that there is an approximate 35% added value based on £100 RRP when compared to buying the individual products that compile this box.