The Ork caste known as Mekaniaks, or Meks, form the brute genius that supplies a warband, horde or Waaagh! with their war materiel. Most of their creations are temperamental in the extreme, yet undeniably effective on the field of battle. From scrap Fighta-Bommas to the terrifying behemoths known as Kill Krushas, each Mek vies with his fellows to produce ever more fiendish war machines and to nail, bolt or weld ‘moar dakka’ to their creations in the form of additional guns, or esoteric energy weapons.
Complete resin kit. Huge Ork tank complete with full interior detail, Ork Kommander, three Gretchin and a Squig as crew. Model designed by Daren Parrwood, crew models designed by Mark Bedford. Other Ork vehicles and figure shown for scale purposes only.
Only the Orks would dare to put such an unstable and powerful energy weapon on the back of a heavily armoured flatbed battlewagon. The massive ‘Traktor’ beam is capable of picking up an enemy tank and throwing it around like an enraged child with a toy, as long as the onboard reactor doesn’t blow up first of course! Complete resin and plastic kit. Model deisgned by Stuart Williamson and Mark Bedford.
Complete resin and plastic kit includes three Gretchin crew. Model designed by Mark Bedford
Complete resin kit. Turbine powered Ork tracked vehicle with twin Big Shootas. Model designed by Will Hayes. Grot crew and extra Ork weapons shown for illustration purposes only.
The Kannon is a heavy gun that fires either large bore frag rounds to use against enemy infantry, or a solid shell for destroying tanks. This is a multi-part resin kit upgrade for the Battlewagon. Master model by Tony Cottrell.
The huge artillery piece for destroying enemy positions. This is a multi-part resin kit including three Gretchin crew. Model designed by Mark Bedford.
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.
The lunatic product of the deranged imaginations of grot riggers and scavs that have spent far too long basking in the insane genius of the Big Meks, Grots Tanks are diminutive armoured vehicles made to imitate the far larger Ork Wagons and Tanks. The set contains four
different variant chassis, tracks, exhausts
and turrets as well as four fantastic Grot
Tank Kommandaz and 5 different, incredibly shooty,
weapon options.Models designed by Daren Parrwood, Crew models designed by Mark Bedford.
These intricate and more than slightly crazed flying machines are designed for one thing only; getting a mob of boyz into combat as fast as possible, with the added bonus of being able to shout insults at the footsloggers down below as they fly over their heads. The Warkopta is a full resin model and looks hugely Orkish as you can see Here, with twin chain-driven whirling blades, engines, rattler guns and lots of added detail, it even comes with a set of arms to enable you to model Games Workshop’s plastic Orks clinging on for dear life!
The huge Ork Squiggoth is one of the more extreme off shoots of the Orkoid race. It is often seen on the frontline trampling and devouring its foes. Complete resin kit includes 8 crew. Can be armed with various guns available separately. Sculpted by Daniel Cockersell.
The Ork Squiggoth is one of the more extreme off shoots of the Orkoid race. It is often seen on the frontline trampling and devouring its foes. Complete resin kit includes 4 plastic crew, base not included. Can be armed with any of the Ork guns. Sculpted by Daniel Cockersell.
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.
Many Ork Warbosses mount devices collectively known as Krushers, The Deathroller is one of the most common varients. This is a multi-part resin kit upgrade for the Battlewagon. Master model by Will Hayes.