Warhammer Legends is the home for classic miniatures from Games Workshop. This game offers you the chance to play with warriors, heroes and monsters from the world-that-was in your games. It’s a home for models from yesteryear, featuring rules for using champions and regiments from the world-that-was in your narrative and open play games of Warhammer Age of Sigmar.
So if you’re a Warhammer hobbyist with a vast collection of models or you’re simply looking for a new set of models and models to add to your Age of Sigmar Army, these might just entice you!
Heads up!! These models are only available for a week!
Here are the new minis up for pre-order this week!
“He is the Overtyrant of the Ogre Kingdoms, claims he is too rich to walk, and so instead he chooses to recline on a living throne of Gnoblar bearers who haul his esteemed bulk about, many expiring from the effort. Yet Greasus’ rampant success has not diminished his greed or his all-consuming desire to conquer everything he sees.”
Greasus Goldtooth is a particularly corpulent resin miniature in 12 components, depicted upon a throne of Gnoblars, clutching a chunk of meat in 1 hand and the Sceptre of the Titans in the other. He is covered in the gold and jewels of accrued wealth, including the Overtyrant’s crown. Supplied with a Citadel 120mm Oval base.
Zacharius the Everliving
“Formerly an over-inquisitive Necromancer, Zacharius was turned into a vampire by Melkhior who he then turned on. Zacharius rules over the Forest of Shadows where both the Orcs of the mountains and the people of the forest live in equal fear of the vengeance of Zacharius the Everliving.”
Zacharius the Everliving is a miniature supplied as 17 metal and plastic components. He is mounted on a Zombie Dragon, wears the Circlet of Rathek and is armed with the Staff of Kaphamon; he also carries the Scrolls of Semhtep. Above him circles an undead creature, carrying a book of forbidden lore. The Zombie Dragon’s wings are plastic; all other components in this kit are metal. Supplied with a Citadel 80mm Round base.
One of the most infamous of all Orc Warbosses. In his day, Gorbad led a massive invasion that almost crushed the Empire. His armies succeeded in slaying Emperor Sigismund and wiping the Imperial province of Solland off the map – not too shabby, as the Orcs like to say.
Gorbad Ironclaw is a resin kit in 13 components, covered in ramshackle metal armor and sat astride his war boar Gnarla (similarly covered in chunks of metal, depicted leaping from a rock.) He wields Morglor the Mangler and carries several trophies – amongst them, allegedly, the lost Solland Runefang. Supplied with a Citadel 75mm Oval base.
Settra the Imperishable
He is the King of all Tomb Kings; a ruthless leader whose thirst for conquest knows no bounds. The immortality he lusted after in life is now his, and the civilizations that flourished in his absence feel his wrath.
Settra the Imperishable is a miniature supplied as 27 resin and plastic components. Settra himself, and the Chariot of the Gods he rides are resin while the 4 skeletal steeds that draw the chariot are plastic. He wears the crown of Nehekhara and the scarab broach of Usirian. Supplied with a Citadel 170mm Oval base, with a 50x100mm rectangular base and 2 50x25mm rectangular bases as options.
Grom the Paunch
Grom was the mightiest of Goblin Warbosses. In his presence, Goblins would stand up straight, refrain from grumbling and even limit their rampant nose-picking. These ultimate displays of respect were because, to lowly Goblins, Grom was a living god, the embodiment of everything that they would never be – large ferocious and idolized.
Grom the Paunch is a miniature supplied as 23 plastic and metal components. Grom and his accompanying Goblin, Niblet, are both metals, and are posed on a metal chariot; the 3 wolves who pull said chariot are plastic. Grom carries the impressively hefty Axe of Grom; Niblet wields a Slasha. Supplied with a Citadel 120mm Oval base, and 3 50x25mm rectangular bases, which can be used for the wolves if desired.
High Queen Khalida
High Queen Khalida is the embodiment of the asp goddess, and divine energy flows through her limbs. Venom runs in Khalida’s veins, and she moves with the speed of a striking asp. Only when all her foes lie dead at her feet does she lead her legions back to Lybaras and sit upon her throne again.
High Queen Khalida is a single-component resin model, clad in mummifying bandages and a tattered cloak. She holds aloft the Venom Staff in her right hand. Supplied with a Citadel 25mm Round base.
Games Workshop will only be selling these Warhammer Legends for a week! So, if you want to own these classic Warhammer miniatures from the past, you better order them now!