Gutrippaz form the slimy heart of the Kruleboyz. These mobs of spear-wielding greenskins are known for their vicious kunnin’ and the spiteful amusement they find in laying low the enemy with their wicked, poisoned weapons.
This box is the perfect way to start your collection of Orruk Warclans. Inside you’ll find three plastic Gutrippaz with distinct poses, the paints you need to prepare them for battle, and a brush to get you started. These models are push-fit, only requiring clippers to assemble – no glue, no mess.
The six paints are supplied in 12ml pots and include the essential colours needed to paint your Gutrippaz and a Technical paint to create textured bases:
1x Orruk Flesh
1x Steel Legion Drab
1x Mephiston Red
1x Stirland Mud
1x Agrax Earthshade
You'll also find a Citadel Starter Brush included to get you painting quickly.
These miniatures are supplied unpainted and require assembly.
Ardboyz Orruk Ironjawz contains 15 models for use in Warhammer Age of Sigmar. This multi-part plastic kit contains all the components necessary to assemble fifteen Ardboys, orruks drawn to the strength and boisterousness of the Ironjawz. They can be armed with a choice of choppas and smashas, big choppas or a single choppa and shield. One model can be assembled as a Waaagh! drummer, one can be assembled as a standard bearer (with either orruk banner or Icon of Gork) and one can assembled as an Ardboy Boss. Includes fifteen Citadel 32mm Round bases.
Celebrate the festive season with this pair of greenskin rat-killas, Bawla and Burk, available for a limited time only.
The Orruks are destruction incarnate. This vicious and primal race of natural-born killers loves nothing more than to wage unending war. Their society is built around conflict, and huge migratory invasions called Waaagh!s erupt from all corners of the Mortal Realms to drown the worlds of Order, Death, and Chaos in a green tide of violence. To face the Orruk Warclans is to face total annihilation, for their numbers are beyond counting, and they live solely for the thrill of bloody combat.
Add some character to your Orruk Brutes with Bawla and Burk, Boss Rat-Killas. Bawla is a legendary slayer of Skaven and Burk is a cunning grot that's so quick on his feet that no rat can catch him. Together they are the premier rat-killing duo of the Mortal Realms.
With this kit you can build Bawla and Burk, a Brute Boss and his grot attendant. There are no construction options but you may choose to leave the rat chasing Burk off, if you fancy giving him a break. Should you wish, you could use Bawla and Burk as a characterful alternative to a Brute Boss in games of Warhammer Age of Sigmar.
The kit is comprised of 18 plastic components, with which you can assemble one Bawla and Burk, Boss Rat-killas mini, and is supplied with one 50mm Citadel round base. This miniature is supplied unpainted and requires assembly – we recommend using Citadel Plastic Glue and Citadel paints.
The Beast-skewer Killbow is a cruel ballista with one purpose – slaying the largest of beasts with brutal efficiency. Manned by Kruleboyz hand-picked for their proficiency with ranged weapons, the killbow can topple even the sturdiest of Monsters.
On the battlefield, a Beast-skewer Killbow crew will pick out the biggest target they can find and bring it down with a barrage of savage, ramshackle bolts. The orruk marksman wears a gutplate depicting Kragnos with one eye closed, as if aiming himself, whilst harried grots bully each other in between reloading. This misshapen siege weapon is the perfect ranged addition to any Orruk Warclans army.
This 28-piece push-fit kit builds a single Beast-skewer Killbow, complete with crew, it comes with one 90mm Oval Base. This miniature is supplied unpainted and requires assembly – we recommend using Citadel Plastic Glue and Citadel paints.
The most vicious Kruleboyz leaders often ride into battle riding a towering Mirebrute Troggoth that they have brought to heel. These lumbering beasts stride into battle using crude clubs and all manner of natural detritus to batter their enemies. Should they not perform adequately, the Breaka-boss will give them a good stab with his bident-goad to whip them into a frenzy.
The Breaka-boss on MirebruteTroggoth is a worthy addition to any Kruelboyz force. The cunning boss steers this stubborn monster into combat, and together they can tear apart enemy Infantry and Heroes with ease. The Breaka-bosses convey their status amongst the ranks of the Kruleboyz by draping their mount with grisly trophies and damp rags, while a protective gutplate depicts Kragnos as a cyclopean beast.
This 24-piece push fit kit constructs one Breaka-boss on Mirebrute Troggoth, with head options for both the boss and his surly steed. The kit comes with 1x 80mm Round Base. This miniature is supplied unpainted and requires assembly – we recommend using Citadel Plastic Glue and Citadel paints.
Embodying both aspects of Gorkamorka, Killabosses are a mix of brains and brawn. These tall, sinewy creatures know precisely when to lead an all-out assault on an enemy force, but also when a little subtlety might yield better results. The most decorated of these devious orruks ride cunning creatures as both status symbols and living weapons, but only the smartest and most violent can tame and ride Corpse-rippa Vulchas.
Circling high above the battlefield on the wings of these great carrion-beasts, Killabosses bellow commands at their underlings, surveying the ebb and flow of battle before identifying a weak link in enemy lines and diving into combat, where their vulcha lashes at foes with beak and talon alike.
This plastic kit is comprised of 75 components with which you can build one Killaboss on Corpse-Rippa Vulcha, and is supplied with one 130mm Citadel Round base. There are two options available for both the head of the Corpse-rippa Vulcha and the weapon and helmet of the Killaboss. This model can alternatively be assembled as Gobsprakk, The Mouth of Mork and his onerous steed, Killabeak. This miniature is supplied unpainted and requires assembly – we recommend using Citadel Plastic Glue and Citadel paints.
Wielding an assortment of jagged spears and wickedly sharp hand weapons, the Gutrippaz are the mainstay of any Kruleboyz army. They march to battle in ramshackle phalanxes, their grinning skareshields looming out of the magical mists summoned by Swampcalla Shamans, scaring lesser opponents and dumb beasts away before battlelines even meet.
In combat, they overwhelm their opponents with a barrage of slashes and stabs from blades coated in vile brews and natural toxins, but they prefer to strike fear into their foes with disorientating battle cries and sneaky ploys, making them harder to pin down in combat.
This multipart plastic kit comprises 100 components, with which you can build 10 Gutrippaz armed with either wicked stikkas or wicked hackas and carrying grinning, toothy skareshields. This kit offers unparalleled variety, as the heads, weapons and shields are interchangeable across every single body, meaning you'll struggle to run out of combinations to build.
With this kit, there are also options to build one Gutrippa Boss, a Gutrippa banner, and a choice of two Gutrippa musicians. This kit comes supplied with 10x 32mm Citadel Round bases. These miniatures are supplied unpainted and require assembly – we recommend using Citadel Plastic Glue and Citadel paints.
Hobgrots are devious and malicious allies for the Kruleboyz. In Orruk society they act as barterers, trading between the greenskins and Hashut-worshipping duardin, letting both sides believe they are getting one up over the other.
In battle, these grots are tougher and brainer than their diminutive cousins, and surprisingly adept in military tactics. Exceptionally dextrous, armed with razor-sharp slitta-knives and sulphuric scrap-grenades, they are a proficient skirmish unit – when they stop stabbing each other in the back for long enough to fight a battle.
This push-fit kit comprises 98 components, with which allows you to build 20 Hobgrots armed with slittaz, as well as grenades and armour they have acquired from duardin traders. There are multiple build options within the kit, with a variety of head options available.
With this kit, there are options to build two units of 10 Hobgrots – each with a choice of boss, a choice of two different Scrap Totem Bearers, and a choice of two different Noise-makers – or a single unit of 20 Hobgrots. This kit comes supplied with 20x 25mm Citadel Round bases. These miniatures are supplied unpainted and require assembly – we recommend using Citadel Plastic Glue and Citadel paints.
Orruk Megabosses are pretty killy – it’s how they become as huge as they do, all that stompin’ causes them to grow and grow and grow until the power of the Waaagh! flows through them. But for some Megabosses, this isn’t enough! These particularly angry orruks seek out and subdue enormous Maw-krushas (often by yelling really, really loudly at them) – ill-tempered and powerful creatures who enjoy smashing stuff up almost as much as the orruks themselves. This uneasy pairing never really gets along especially well, and the Megaboss needs to constantly remind his Maw-krusha who’s in charge with the liberal application of an iron boot to the back of the head. Despite this, almost nothing on the battlefield can withstand their noisy rampage, and the immense number of kills they rack up inspires nearby orruks to fight ever harder.
This multi-part plastic kit contains all the components necessary to assemble one Megaboss on Maw-krusha. Standing atop his fierce steed, the Megaboss is armed with either a boss gore-hacka and scrap-tooth or a choppa and rip-tooth fist – both options are suitably killsome. The Maw-krusha features an alternative mask and bladed tail. This kit contains 63 components, includes a Citadel 160mm Round base, and can be optionally assembled as Gordrakk, the Fist of Gork.
Warchanter Orruk Ironjawz multi-part plastic kit contains all the components necessary to assemble a Warchanter, hammerer of the Waaagh!. Carrying a Gorkstikk in one hand and a Morkstikk in the other, he is covered in armour, horns and glyphs, and features a choppa on his belt. 14 components, supplied with a Citadel 40mm Round base.
Weirdnob Shaman Ironjawz multi-part plastic kit contains the components necessary to assemble one Weirdnob Shaman, the bizarre and unpredictable wizard of the Ironjawz. Posed in a twitching, staggering stance as the power of the Waaagh! flows through him, he’s covered in detailed shamanic fetishes and is armed with a smouldering Waaagh! staff. 13 components, supplied with a Citadel 40mm Round base.
Contains 1 model for use in Warhammer Age of Sigmar.
Man-skewer Boltboyz are known for using crude crossbows to engage in ranged combat. Their close-combat comrades heckle and scoff at this perceived display of cowardice, but these devious Kruleboyz care not. Instead, they take great pleasure in skewering their foes with two-foot-long bolts, watching their victims scream and squirm as they reload for the killshot.
These deadly hunters have mastered the art of ranged combat and gleefully snipe their enemies from a safe distance. They are well known for their mean attitudes, coating their bolts in toxins and venoms and ensuring that the wicked spikes on each are built to shatter on impact, leaving shards of tainted metal festering in their opponents' wounds.
This multipart kit contains 41 pieces with which you can build three Man-skewer Boltboyz, with a variety of head options and crossbow components that are compatible across all three bodies. There is also the option to assemble one as a Boltboy Boss, complete with banner pole, a choice of two helmets, and a distinctive crossbow. These miniatures are supplied unpainted and require assembly – we recommend using Citadel Plastic Glue and Citadel paints. They are supplied with 3x 32mm Round Citadel bases.
Distant relatives to the troggoths found in caves and mountains, Marshcrawla Sloggoths are slow, patient hunters with long, grasping limbs that they use to grab unsuspecting victims from the burrows and beds they sleep in. The grots in Kruleboy society ride these shambling beasts into battle, strapping howdahs to their backs and harrying enemies with snatcha-stikks and catcha nets.
Though primarily concerned with capturing beasts and bodies for the amusement of the Kruleboyz, the crew on a Marshcrawla Sloggoth also hammers out a rhythm that mimics the hooves of Kragnos, the End of Empires and living god of Destruction, beating across the Mortal Realms, driving the orruks and their allies into a frenzy. Rarely a mainstay of the front lines, the grot crews instead steer the Sloggoths to pick off vulnerable individuals, whilst ensuring the surrounding Waaagh! is sufficiently buoyed by the beat of their drums.
This 43 piece plastic kit lets you build one Marshcrawla Sloggoth, complete with a howdah crewed by cruel and mischievous grots. There are a number of build options available, including two heads for the Sloggoth and a choice of catchin' nets and snatchin' stikks for two of the crew – perfect if you fancy running multiple versions of these loathsome beasts. The kit also comes with one 105mm x 70mm Oval Citadel base. This miniature is supplied unpainted and requires assembly – we recommend using Citadel Plastic Glue and Citadel paints.
The inspired Ironjawz Brute Boss, Morgok, believes he’s been chosen to hunt down the biggest beasts in Ghur. His two cronies, Thugg and ‘Ardskull, don't much care if it’s true as long as they get a good scrap out of following him around. They always do.
The three models in this unit fight as one, doling out copious amounts of damage and taking a beating in return. As dedicated monster hunters, any Orruk Warclans army can bring them along for some added punch if you plan to face some big beasties.
This 3-model set allows you to build Morgok himself, plus Thugg and ‘Ardskull. This box is the best way to add this unit to your collection if you're not a Warhammer Underworlds player – and it's also a fantastic source for spare miniatures with which to add even more variety to your current units. The kit's supplied in 21 plastic components, including sculpted bases. These models are push fit, and require no glue to assemble. They are supplied unpainted and require assembly – we recommend using Citadel paints.
Lumbering, heavy-set creatures with furrowed brows and heavy armour, orruk Brutes are unconcerned with the complex things in life. Their minds are filled with one thing only - violence. Bigger and harder than most warriors of the mortal realms, Brutes fill out the warclans in a seemingly endless tide of green skin, angry shouting and tiny-minded aggression. After all, as they say – if smashing it ain’t working, get more boys to smash it with! Brutes seek out the largest enemies – or trees, or walls – that they can find, and set about them with determination, often being joined by dozens more, all clamouring to bring down whatever enemy (or object) has the temerity to be bigger than them.
This multi-part plastic kit contains the components you’ll need in order to assemble five orruk Brutes! Festooned with trophies of war, featuring massive metal or bone jaws, they can be armed with two choppas, or a double-handed jagged gore-hacka. One in five can be armed with a massive gore-choppa, and one model can be assembled as a Brute Boss, armed with either a boss choppa or a boss klaw and brute smasha. 102 Components in total, with 5 Citadel 40mm Round bases.
Orruk Megaboss Ironjawz contains 1 model for use in Warhammer Age of Sigmar. This multi-part plastic kit contains the parts necessary to assemble one orruk Megaboss, covered in nailed-on iron armour, armed with a boss choppa and rip-tooth fist. Fourteen components are included, along with a Citadel 60mm Round base.
All Bonesplitterz carry a spark of the violent god Gorkamorka's wild rage in their cracked minds. The connection is especially strong in the Wurrgog Prophet Hedkrakka – the self-proclaimed Gob of Gork even claims he can hear the voice of Gorkamorka through his squig-snake familiar, Mista Fangs. This same squiggly serpent convinced Hedkrakka to roam far across the realm of Ghur to hunt down the living mountain known as Beastgrave, accompanied by his Madmob of mates – the kunnin' Boss Toofdagga, the club-wielding Wollop da Skul, and the arrowboy Dakko Sharp-stikka.
This multipart plastic kit builds Hedkrakka's Madmob – a band of savage Bonesplitterz, led by Hedkrakka the Gob of Gork. This group of unique characters is packed with personality and detail – Hedkrakka's mystical Gobby mask strikes fear into his foes, almost as much as the pet squiggly snake twisting around his shoulders, while his Madmob includes a trio of burly orruks draped with trophies from their kills, armed with a stinga bow, big chompa axe, and twin toofdaggas.
The kit comprises 24 push-fit plastic components, including four integrated scenic bases. These miniatures are supplied unpainted and require assembly – we recommend using Citadel Plastic Glue and Citadel Colour paints.
This set does not include cards for using these miniatures in games of Warhammer Underworlds.
Savage Boarboys contains all the components necessary to assemble ten Savage Boarboys, armed with boar stikkas and boneshields. Included are options for a Boss, Boar Thumpers and a Boar Totem, and the whole kit can be assembled optionally as Boarboy Maniaks, armed with two choppas.
Savage Orruks contains all the parts necessary to assemble 20 plastic models, armed with either chompas or stikkas and bone shields. Optionally, they can be assembled as Savage Orruk Morboys, with chompas and toof shivs, or Savage Orruk Arrowboys carrying Stinga Bows. There are options for a Boss, Bone Totem and Skull Thumpa, and the kit comes supplied with 20 Citadel 32mm Round bases.
Start Collecting Ironjawz gives you an immediate collection of fantastic Ironjawz miniatures, which you can assemble and use right away in games of Warhammer Age of Sigmar! You’ll receive an Orruk Warchanter, three Orruk Gore-gruntas, ten Orruk ‘Ardboyz and an exclusive Ironjawz Warscroll Battalion rules sheet, allowing you to collect, assemble and play with your new miniatures right away!
Only the wiliest of Snatchabosses have the know-how to capture a sludgeraker beast. Despite their size, these formidable carnivores employ stealth to stalk the swamps for prey, lurking in the mire and carefully staying upwind of their mark to hide their unimaginable stench. In battle, they are deceptively swift, loping forward as the cages and chains of the Snatchaboss rattle and clank above the din of combat, a grim chiming that strikes fear into the hearts of those who hear it.
Working in unison, a Snatchaboss and Sludgeraker Beast sow chaos on the battlefield, catching foes unawares and snatching them out of combat and into cages, or tearing them in two with savage claws. Kruleboyz who follow this beast around also benefit from the horrid toxins that pour from its underside, coating their weapons with these pungent poisons in order to inflict grievous wounds on their foes.
This kit is comprised of 66 plastic components, with which you can assemble one Snatchaboss on Sludegraker Beast, and is supplied with a Large Oval Base. This model can alternatively be assembled as Swampboss Skumdrekk. This miniature is supplied unpainted and requires assembly – we recommend using Citadel Plastic Glue and Citadel paints.
These kunnin’ greenskins have been rising up all across the Mortal Realms, and not even the harsh environments of the Eightpoints can keep them away. The Kruleboyz have come for no better reason than to invade, loot, and turn it into a stinking swamp they can then call home. Don’t make the mistake of underestimating them – they’re not afraid to fight dirty, and their envenomed weapons and sneaky tricks are enough to keep any opponent on their toes.
The Kruleboyz are always ready for a scrap, and they could hardly care less who they’re bashing up. If you love the idea of a sneaky, underhanded warband that can dish out horrendous punishment, the Kruleboyz just might be for you. Inside the box, you’ll find additional fighter cards for a variety of models in the Kruleboyz orruks range. This box includes the multi-part kits of Gutrippaz and Man-skewer Boltboyz, so there are plenty of ways to build up your warband to ensure a good variety.
This warband set contains:
- 10 Gutrippaz, armed with a mix of jagged blades, bludgeons, and shields
- 3 Man-skewer Boltboyz, armed with deadly crossbows and wicked blades
- Kruleboyz wound divider and abilities cards, allowing you to use all sorts of sneaky tricks
- 14 fighter cards, including: 1x Killaboss on Great Gnashtoof, 1x Killaboss, 1x Murknob with Belcha-banna, 1x Swampcalla Shaman, 4x Gutrippa variants, 2x Man-skewer Boltboy variants, 2x Hobgrot variants, 1x Stab-grot, 1x Pot-grot
- 84 tokens, including: 24x activation tokens, 32x double-sided wound tokens, 2x initiative markers, 10x special tokens, 16x objective marker/treasure tokens
Attendants, advisors and bodyguards to the Wurrgog Prophet – and successors, when he invariably blows up – the Wardokks are unhinged leaders of bands of Morboys. Performers of wild rituals that channel Waaagh! energy, they magnify the power of the Prophet, stirring up so much incredible magic that they can improve the effects of spells, protect their chums and even reattach the arms of mangled boys, making them good as new.
This kit contains all the parts necessary to assemble one Wardokk, armed with a bonebeast stikk. Comes supplied with a Citadel 32mm Round base.
Allegedly a direct conduit to Gorkamorka, whose words spill forth with wild abandon, Wurrgog Prophets are regarded with awe and reverence by the Bonesplitterz. Quite, quite mad, they see signs of the Great Green God everywhere, and each of these signs is screaming ‘Waaagh!’ directly into their faces. Their madness is equalled by their drive, which when combined with their powerful if sometimes indiscriminate magical ability makes them the respected leaders of their clan. Sometimes their spells will rain massive green fists upon the foe, sometimes they will crack the ground itself; more than one battle has been swung by the wild-eyed intervention of a Wurrgog Prophet.
This kit contains the parts necessary to build a Wurrgog Prophet, unpredictable and powerful wizard of the Bonesplitterz. Armed with a ju-ju staff and flint knife, face hidden behind a beast mask, they come supplied with their very own Squiggly Beast and a Citadel 32mm Round base.