The brute and savage Ork race infests the galaxy like a plague. Mankind has fought against this greenskinned scourge since the very first steps taken out into the stars. An entire civilisation that thrives upon conflict and war, the Ork race is divided into many different (and fractious) tribes, klans and hordes. Each fight amongst themselves for the most part, but occasionally a particularly strong warboss will unite his lesser kind into a Waaagh!; an all but unstoppable tide of brutal violence.
Kommandoz often make use of ‘Chinork’ Warkoptas to launch the Orky equivalent of an Imperial stealth raid. In these raids, dozens of Orks cling to the sides of these huge war machines before leaping onto the heads of their hapless enemy and directly into battle.
This resin conversion set designed by Mark Bedford is available to pre-order now for release in the week commencing July 26th.
Huge Ork Warboss on a jet powered Warbike. Complete resin kit including base. Model designed by Will Hayes and Mark Bedford.Nob warbike and Games Workshop warbike, and Cadian Guardsman and Space Marine Terminator shown for scale purposes only.
This set contains enough parts to make three Nob Warbikes. Many of the Warbike parts are interchangeable. The set includes three Ork Nob Warbike riders. Complete resin and plastic kits. Models designed by Will Hayes and Mark Bedford.
Huge Ork Mek Boss with 2 Grot 'elpers. Complete resin kit. Model designed by Mark Bedford.
Resin kit. Massive Ork Dread armed with twin Big Shootas, arms sold separately. Model designed by Phil Stutcinskas, Ork crew model designed by Mark Bedford.
Resin kit. Ork Killkannon arm and shoulder plate for the Ork Mega Dread. Can be used as the left or right arm. Model designed by Phil Stutcinskas.
Resin kit. Ork Rippa Klaw arm and shoulder plate for the Ork Mega Dread. Can be used as the left or right arm. Model designed by Phil Stutcinskas.
Some firepower-obsessed Meks even replace the internal transport capacity of a Stompa with a huge-bore Kannon, usually called a Belly Gun in typical Orky fashion. The unstable gait of the war machine makes such a weapon even more inaccurate, but this is seen as a suitable trade for the overwhelming noise of the gun and the size of the explosions made by its gargantuan shells. Model designed by Stuart Williamson.
Meks often delight in diverting the power of the Stompas roaring engines into enormous and unpredictable force beam generators, built into the head of this gigantic idol to Gork (or possibly Mork). Such devastating power can tear even the mighty Titans of the Adeptus Mechanicus asunder in a storm of energy, and regardless of design are commonly known as the Gaze of Mork (or possibly Gork). Model designed by Stuart Williamson.
The Lifta Droppa is a massive energy weapon capable of tossing huge tanks across the battlefield with devastating results. Model designed by Stuart Williamson.
This Ork Stompa variant contains the Head, Klaw and Lifta-Droppa arms, the Belly Gun and a plastic Stompa kit. Model designed by Stuart Williamson.
A4 (approximately 11.5 inches by 8 inches) transfer sheet that is a perfect way to individualize your Ork Vehicles. The sheets contain over 1500 symbols, which include such things as Clan symbols and Glyphs, to name but a few.
A set of 12 resin Gretchin crew (11 models). Models designed by Mark Bedford. Vehicles etc. sold separately.
Included are twelve different guns
including big shootas, shootas, skorchas and rokkit launchas along
with weapon mounting brackets to fit them on your vehicles, and spare
shells, magazines and ammo belts. Models designed by the Forge World design team.