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Abhorrant Gorewarden


Abhorrant Gorewarden

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Abhorrant Gorewardens serve to guard the borders of each Flesh-eater Court's territory, and are honoured with bearing the keys of the kingdom. Clad in what they perceive as great finery, these delusional vampires lead flights of bloodthirsty predators to fall on trespassers from above.
 
This multipart plastic kit builds an Abhorrant Gorewarden, a vampiric margrave from the Flesh-eater Courts. This terrifying gargoyle rides the winds of Shyish on bat-like wings, leaping from its crumbling perch to soar across the battlefield and seek out prey. Its monstrous form is adorned with a grisly parody of courtly regalia, and it clutches a set of keys in its razor-sharp talons – a symbol of its royal duty.
 
This kit contains 13 plastic components and a Citadel 40mm Round Base. This miniature is supplied unpainted and requires assembly – we recommend using Citadel Plastic Glue and Citadel Colour paints.
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