This multipart plastic kit contains the components necessary to assemble a unit of 5 Blightlord Terminators. They can be assembled with a fearsome array of wargear, and the kit includes the following weapon options:
- 4 combi-bolters - 3 bubotic axes - 3 baleswords - 1 reaper autocannon - 1 plague spewer - 1 blight launcher - 1 flail of corruption - 1 combi-weapon (with a choice of combi-plasma, combi-flamer or combi-melta)
The Blightlord Terminators come as 64 components, and are supplied with 5 Citadel 40mm Round bases.
This multi-part plastic kit contains the components necessary to assemble a 7-man squad of Plague Marines. Each is posed dynamically, with the usual Death Guard accoutrements – cracked, rotting armour revealing grasping tentacles, severed heads displayed proudly on belts, backpacks sloshing with unnatural diseases and pipework leading from rebreathers to Nurgle knows what foul concoctions. There’s an Icon of Despair included, so your unit can feature an icon bearer.
These models feature a wide range of weapons and heads, many of which are designed to fit a specific model – there are 8 boltguns, 4 plague knives, 2 bubotic axes, a blight launcher, a plasma gun, a meltagun, a plaguebelcher, a heavy plaguespewer (with backpack), a mace of contagion, a great plague cleaver, a plague flail, a plasma pistol and a bolt pistol. There are 2 weapon options available for the unit Champion: a specific plaguesword and power fist, and there are a total of 16 bare and helmeted heads. 2 specific arms are included for a model holding a blight grenade, with one hand pulling the pin.
This kit comes as 146 components, and is supplied with 7 Citadel 32mm Round bases.
– Background on the reunification of Mortarion with the Death Guard during the Great Crusade, his eventual fall into heresy, and the process inflicted upon the Death Guard as Nurgle's Destroyer Plague took them. – Information on the organisational structure of the Death Guard following the Horus Heresy and how their cohesion meant they were better able to enact war upon the galaxy. – Incredible photography of units, single miniatures, and armies on terrain, both on their own and as part of battle scenes. – Datasheets that cover every unit fieldable by a Death Guard army. – Death Guard-specific Stratagems, Warlord Traits, Relics, and psychic powers. – In-depth Crusade rules that let you grow your force as it spreads diseases and plague across the galaxy. – And more!
This multi-part plastic kit contains the components necessary to assemble a set of 3 Deathshroud Bodyguard. Impressively large and dense, covered in rot, decay, tentacles and horror, these models exemplify the corrupting gift that Nurgle imparts. Each is armed with a manreaper – a large scythe, pitted and pockmarked with rust and disease, it stands even taller than the Deathshroud who brandish it – and a plaguespurter gauntlet, used to squirt unpleasant maladies at the unfortunate. Each of the three is bedecked with Nurgle symbolism, found in the rust, boils and chips in their armour, through which vile tentacled and bloated flesh poke, barely covered by ragged cloaks. there are 7 variant heads included, a mix of helmeted and bare, and an extra plaguespurter gauntlet – this is for an optional unit Champion, who has the option of wielding two of these.
The Deathshroud Bodyguard come as 51 components, and are supplied with 3 Citadel 40mm Round bases.
Lead your Death Guard army with the disgustingly awesome Lord of Virulence. Clad in his mutilated Terminator armour, he is adorned with the signs of symbols of Grandfather Nurgle's many blessings. Armed with a twin plague spewer and plague claw, he is ready to spread these diseases across the galaxy. Covered in many different textures, the Lord of Virulence makes both an excellent painting project and spearpoint for your next Death Guard invasion.
This 20-piece plastic kit makes one Lord of Virulence. It is supplied with a 50mm Citadel round base.
Combat Patrol is the smallest sized game, and this Death Guard force is a great way to start – regardless of whether you want to play an open play game, forge a narrative with a Crusade army, or compete in a matched play mission. If this is the beginning of your first-ever Death Guard army or you're looking at adding to an existing force, this box is ideal.
This 243-piece plastic kit makes the following models:
This multi-part plastic kit contains the components necessary to assemble a Biologus Putrifier. He’s clad in the usual corrupted, rusting armour of the Death Guard, with plenty of the Nurgle symbolism and sinister emerging tentacles you’d expect (as well as burn marks and melting panels, possibly due to the caustic potions he experiments with) – but the standout feature is the enormous rack of blight grenades that hangs from his back, covered in a dozen or more plague-filled explosive containers ripe for the picking. He wields an injector pistol, which he is posed in the act of reloading with a vial of some unpleasant concoction; a tentacle also grips a plague knife. Even the breathing apparatus on his helmet features a proboscis-like extrusion – all the better for sensing the results of his experiments.
This kit comes as 10 components, and is supplied with a Citadel 40mm Round base.
This multi-part plastic kit contains the components necessary to assemble Nauseous Rotbone, a Death Guard Plague Surgeon. He carries a bolt pistol and balesword, but where the real fun lies is in the various corrupted medical instruments he carries – narthecium-like instruments containing horrific plagues are all over his armour, with an ancient, rusted reductor perfect for stealing gene-seeds on his right arm. Much of his armour is concealed by a cowl and cloak, but the armour that is visible is covered in the pits, rust and corrosion expected from such a devotee of the Death Guard. His right shoulder bears a vile plaguebearer's head, and the device on his back… the less said about that, the better.
This kit comes as 9 components, and is supplied with a Citadel 40mm Round base.
Spread your toxic presence across every world that your army comes to with the Miasmic Malignifiers. Made up of the main chimney and the smaller pox furnace, it's a great way to bring the blessings/curses (delete as appropriate) of Nurgle to your tabletop. It's also designed to sit neatly atop the Sector Mechanicus Ferratonic Furnace, making a truly immense engine of corruption.
This 55-piece plastic kit makes one Miasmic Malignifier, a Death Guard-specific piece of terrain for use in games of Warhammer 40,000.
In this kit, you’ll find 10 Poxwalkers. Each is uniquely unpleasant, armed with hastily improvised close-combat weapons, or bare teeth and fingernails. The Poxwalkers themselves are ghastly, their pallid faces twisted into sneering grimaces. Mutations, boils and gashes cover their spindly limbs.
This plastic kit comes as 24 components, and is supplied with 10 25mm Round bases. Rules for these miniatures are included in the box.
Death Guard: Easy To Build Lord Felthius and the Tainted Cohort
Designed to be as easy as possible to assemble for new hobbyists while being detailed enough for the hardiest veteran to appreciate, this set contains Lord Felthius, a Death Guard Chaos Lord in Terminator Armour and his Tainted Cohort, made up of 3 Blightlord Terminators. Push-fit, with no glue required, these are incredibly straightforward to put together, and come on pre-coloured green plastic sprues.
Lord Felthius is a particularly fine example of a Chaos Lord who truly loves his work – despite (or possibly because of) his pitted, rotting Terminator armour, his face is modelled in a cheerful rictus, staring proudly at the plague censer held aloft in his right hand which is dripping viscous fluids of an unpleasantly diseased nature. His armour is decorated with chainmail, furs and a boil-covered cloak, and the manreaper in his left hand features connectors and pipes that allow it to secrete diseased fluids that infect everything it touches.
His accompanying Tainted Cohort are no less horrific – 3 Blightlord Terminators. These are armed with the following: 1 carries a combi-bolter and balesword, 1 carries a combi-bolter and bubotic axe, and 1 wields a plaguespewer which is a bit, well, dribbly. Each has the horrible, rusted marks of Nurgle you would expect, and the Blightlord Terminator with the balesword is literally bursting with bubo-covered tentacles – they’re sticking out of where his face should be…
There are even 3 extra little pieces of detail for the bases of these miniatures – 3 Nurglings, 1 pulling the pin from a grenade, 1 with a rather sinister grin and 1 which is little more than a quivering, meaty clump of tentacles.
This plastic kit comes as 26 components, and is supplied with 4 40mm Round bases. Rules for these miniatures are included in the box.
This 20-piece plastic kit makes one Malignant Plaguecaster, one Noxious Blightbringer, and one Plague Marine Plague Champion. It is supplied with one 40mm Citadel round base and two 32mm Citadel round bases.