From the far north come the legions of Chaos, led by mighty champions of the Dark Gods. Raised in battle, these great warriors fight for glory and the favour of their gods, seeking immortality and everlasting power.
The fell legend of Tamurkhan has been whispered for many centuries amongst the nefarious tribes of the Chaos Wastes. Some tales speak of him as a scion of the Great Kurgan, one of four sons each cast to the four winds to conquer and enslave. Others claim that he was once no more than vermin – a corpse-canker grown fat and clever on the spoils of the battlefield, swelled and transformed by the light of the Ruinous Powers. Perhaps the most fell creature under his command is the mighty Toad Dragon Bubebolos, a huge, reeking, primeval horror and greatest of all its bloated kind.
Full resin kit, model designed by Mark Bedford.
This bloated mound of putrescent flesh represents Mamon, Daemon Prince of Nurgle, but can also be used to represent your own Daemon princes, Greater Daemons or offer an alternative Great Unclean One, (see Codex Chaos Space Marines and Codex Daemons). The Daemonic Herald of Nurgle, a distorted, slug-like figure with rusted augmetics can also easily be used in a variety of roles such as a Chaos Sorcerer or Nurgle spawn. Complete resin kit. Model designed by Mark Bedford.
Plague Ogres are vile and malformed hulks: their natural resistance to mutation is completely overcome by the pox-ridden favours of their foul patron. A set of three resin multi-part Plague Ogres. Models designed by Keith Robertson. The heads and weapons of these Ogres are fully interchangeable across the three different bodies that are supplied. The rules for these models can be found in Warhammer Armies Warriors of Chaos.
The Greater Daemons of Nurgle, or Great Unclean Ones as they are also called, regard their flocks of Nurglings, Plaguebearers and mortal Champions in a fatherly way. They take great pride in the achievements of their fellow creatures. Any enemy foolish enough to try and thwart the grand designs of Nurgle will have to deal with the horrifying rage of the Great Unclean Ones. Complete resin kit including alternate horns that stands 4 inches (110mm) tall. Sculpted by Daniel Cockersell.
As might be expected of a creature born of pure magic and bound to the will of the Master of Sorcery, a Lord of Change is a potent spellcaster, able to summon whirling tempests of change and mutation, blasting his enemies with bolts of multi-coloured fire. Complete resin kit that stands approximately 9.5 inches (240mm) tall to the tip of the horrors in its right hand, includes 100mm square base. Sculpted by Daniel Cockersell. Warhammer rules for the Lord of Change can be found in Storm of Magic.
Keepers of Secrets are the most beguiling of all immortals, they move with an unmatched grace and sensuality. They are masters of all the fell sorceries of the Slaaneshi and exude a palpable aura of sensuous beauty. Complete resin kit that stands 6.5 inches (165mm) tall to the tip of the left hand. Sculpted by Daniel Cockersell.
The greatest of Khorne's servants, a physical embodiment of the Blood God's rage and never ending thirst for blood. Armed with an Axe of Khorne and vicious barbed whip. A complete multi-part resin model with a wingspan measuring approximately 27cm/10.5 inches and standing approximately 24cm/9.5 inches to the top of his axe. Suitable for Warhammer , Warhammer 40k and Inquisitor. Sculpted by Daniel Cockersell.
The huge War Mammoth is one of the most terrifying sights to come from the frozen wastes. It is often seen on the frontline trampling and devouring its foes. Complete resin kit with Howdah including a Chaos Lord and 8 plastic Marauders with parts to convert two to a Beastmaster and Drummer. Sculpted by Daniel Cockersell. Chaos Lord converted from a figure sculpted by Jes Goodwin.
Large Chaos Spawn sculpted by Daniel Cockersell. Figure shown for scale purposes only, base not included.
Large Chaos Daemonic beast. Usable for Warhammer, Warhammer 40,000 or perhaps even Inquisitor. Sculpted by Daniel Cockersell. Figure shown for scale purposes only, base not included.
A mutilated, half-insane creature made proof against attack by layer upon layer of iron and bronze plates nailed deep into the creature’s flesh and even directly to its massive skeleton, armed with huge blades spliced onto its truncated arms, the Chaos Siege Giant, designed by Keith Robertson, is a complete resin and plastic kit that makes a barbaric centrepiece to any Chaos army.