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Cypher


Cypher

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There is one whom the Masters of the Dark Angels seek above all others. He is a being wrapped in shadow, an entity whose motives and methods are an enigma; even the name by which he is known alludes to concealment – though whether it is a metaphor or yet another conundrum is unknown. He is Cypher, and to the Dark Angels, he is nothing less than their most hated foe.
 
This multi-part plastic kit contains the components necessary to assemble Cypher, Lord of the Fallen. He is bedecked in archaic, makeshift gear – as a renegade, with no Chapter to call his own, Cypher makes the best of whatever gear he can gather together. His backpack has been refitted countless times over the centuries, and his armour is a mix of various patterns. He’s armed with a bolt pistol, and a plasma pistol incorporating an external heat dissipator. His cowl and cloak are certainly well-used, with holes and tears everywhere – but the standout is the enormous sword he carries on his back. This may or may not be the fabled Lion Sword, and if it is, Cypher’s unknowable intentions become even more interesting…
 
This kit comes as 8 components, and is supplied with a Citadel 32mm Round base.
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