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Today’s Preorders! Kruleboyz Reinforcements!

All of the following are up for preorder from 10am this morning. Why not save yourself some pennies and help support the website by preordering through Element Games?

It’s all about the Kruleboyz this week, as the latest addition to the Orruk Warclans get a plethora of new models.

Also up for preorder is a number of accessories for Blood Bowl and scenery for Age of Sigmar.

What exactly is up for preorder?

Gobsprakk, The Mouth of Mork / Killaboss on Corpse-rippa Vulcha

The mightiest and most kunnin’ of all the Swampcalla Shamans, Gobsprakk is known as the Mouth of Mork, for the words he speaks are said to come straight from the Twin-Headed God himself. An extremely potent wielder of magic, Gobsprakk also has the gift of the gab, able to command a Waaagh! with unparalleled skill. His impressive orky charisma has even made an ally of Kragnos, the End of Empires, giving him a direct line two two gods of Destruction.

In battle, Gobsprakk takes to the skies on his Corpse-rippa Vulcha, the blood-stained Killabeak. From this lofty perch, he is able to bellow commands to the orruks he commands whilst hurling hexes and incantations that hinder and harm his foes.

This plastic kit is comprised of 75 pieces, with which you can build Gobsprakk, The Mouth of Mork and his onerous steed, Killabeak, and it comes supplied with one 130mm Citadel Round base. Alternatively, this kit can be built as a Killaboss on Corpse-rippa Vulcha. This miniature is supplied unpainted and requires assembly – we recommend using Citadel Plastic Glue and Citadel paints.

Swampboss Skumdrekk / Snatchaboss on Sludgeraker Beast

Of all the Snatchabosses, Skumdrekk is the vilest and most kunnin’. As such, he has become a sort of celebrity to the Kruleboyz of Ghur. Owner of the Murkvast Menagerie – a huge, drained mangrove swamp that acts as prison for scores of vicious and unusual beasts – Swampboss Skumdrekk is a living legend. He rides into battle on his most prized conquest, Sloppklaw, the unusually fierce sludgeraker beast he turned to his will as a younger orruk.

Skumdrekk and Sloppklaw are embodiments of kunnin’ in battle. They spring out of concealment in skirmishes, abducting poor souls left and right and slaughtering those who resist with a combined flurry of attacks from snatcha-stikk, venom-encrusted claws, and swamp-rotted jaws. A potent force on the battlefield and a consummate Kruleboyz commander, Skumdrekk also has a reputation for gambling, and is frequently accompanied into combat by his Kountin’ Krew – a gang of Hobgrotz who gleefully take bets on which of their allies will be the first to fall.

This kit is comprised of 66 plastic components, with which you can assemble one Swampboss Skumdrekk, and is supplied with a Large Oval Base. This model can alternatively be assembled as a Snatchaboss on Sludgeraker Beast. This miniature is supplied unpainted and requires assembly – we recommend using Citadel Plastic Glue and Citadel paints.

Marshcrawla Sloggoth

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.

Gutrippaz (Multipart Kit)

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.

Guardian Idol

Create your own themed battlefield representing the towns and outposts under construction by the Dawnbringer Crusades. As the forces of order strike out into the wilds of the Mortal Realms, they bring with arcane caravans full of the materials needed to forge new settlements.

Towering constructs made of stone and gold, Guardian Idols are placed around the perimeter of a stronghold or town, warding away beast and invader alike with a mix of shielding magic and intimidating, ornately wrought features.

This kit is comprised of 15 plastic components, with which you can assemble one Guardian Idol with a choice of two different sculpted heads for use in games of Warhammer Age of Sigmar. This kit is supplied unpainted and requires assembly – we recommend using Citadel Plastic Glue and Citadel paints.

Nexus Syphon

At the heart of every new Sigmarite Stronghold is a Nexus Syphon, a magical construct designed to draw raw geomantic energy from the realms to power and protect the burgeoning settlement surrounding it. 

This kit is comprised of 23 plastic components, with which you can assemble one Nexus Syphon, which can be seen drawing a swirling ball of energy out of the ground. This kit is for use in games of Warhammer Age of Sigmar. This kit is supplied unpainted and requires assembly – we recommend using Citadel Plastic Glue and Citadel paints.

Domicile Shell

Festooned with details such as wooden beam scaffolding and building equipment, these walls and arches represent Order’s dominion over the lands they had previously lost. Adorned with the twin-tailed comet and other Order-aligned symbols, these buildings mark the birth of new civilisation.

This kit is comprised of 12 plastic components, with which you can assemble one section of Domicile Shell wall for use in games of Warhammer Age of Sigmar. This kit is supplied unpainted and requires assembly – we recommend using Citadel Plastic Glue and Citadel paints.

Domicile Shell with Winch

Festooned with details such as wooden beam scaffolding and building equipment, these walls and arches are also adorned with the twin-tailed comet and other Order-aligned symbols. This particular wall section comes with a winch and a stack of pillars representing the project’s ongoing construction.

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