This multipart plastic kit builds a Freeguild Cavalier-Marshal, a knightly leader mounted on a sturdy warhorse. The Cavalier-Marshal cuts a dramatic figure in finely detailed plate armor, wielding a master-forged longsword with cape and pennant billowing in the wind. Their powerful warhorse is similarly armored, and carries packs of supplies and spare weapons for a long campaign – including a holstered dragoon pistol.The Cavalier-Marshal comes with a choice of two heads – one helmeted, one left bare – and can also carry a shield attached to their other arm.This kit comprises 27 plastic components, and comes with a Citadel 75x42mm Oval Base. Also included is a Cities of Sigmar Transfer Sheet, featuring 410 Free City icons, Sigmarite cult sigils, and other forms of heraldry.This miniature is supplied unpainted and requires assembly
This multipart plastic kit builds five Freeguild Cavaliers, armored human knights mounted on sturdy warhorses. Each Cavalier is protected by full plate armor and an ornate shield, swinging a variety of finely-wrought weapons to smash foes aside as they charge. You can build one Cavalier as a mounted Arch-Knight wielding a unique blade, and another as a Cavalier Herald whose flowing banner is topped by one of two different icons.Almost every part of this wildly customizable kit is interchangeable, allowing you to combine different heads, helmets, weapons, shields, bodies, horse legs, tails, and more. You can even adjust the visors on helmeted heads, tilting them up to reveal the face underneath – the assembly options are nearly endless, ensuring you can build your own personal order of knights.This kit comprises 96 plastic components, and is supplied with 5x Citadel 60x35mm Oval Bases. Also included is a Cities of Sigmar Transfer Sheet, featuring 410 Free City icons, Sigmarite cult sigils, and other forms of heraldry.These miniatures are supplied unpainted and require assembly
This multipart plastic kit builds 10 Freeguild Steelhelms, the soldiers of the line for the Free Cities. Each Steelhelm is armed with a sturdy shield and a one-handed weapon such as a sword, axe, or mace. You can build one model as a veteran Sergeant-at-Arms with a hammer and crested helm, one as an inspiring Battle Priest carrying a holy relic, and another as a Steelhelm Herald with a trumpet and a flowing, icon-topped banner.The kit includes a myriad of different heads, weapons, shield arms, and shield designs, all of which are interchangeable between models, plus a choice of heads, relics, and icons for the regiment leaders. You'll be able to build varied and characterful Freeguild forces, no matter how many Steelhelms you muster.This kit comprises 96 plastic components, and comes with 10x Citadel 25mm Round Bases. Also included is a Cities of Sigmar Transfer Sheet, featuring 410 Free City icons, Sigmarite cult sigils, and other forms of heraldry.These miniatures are supplied unpainted and require assembly
This vital tome is loaded to the rafters with lore, epic artwork showing the scale of these magnificent cities, and all the rules you’ll need to use the Cities of Sigmar in your games of Warhammer Age of Sigmar. You’ll learn all about the massive Dawnbringer Crusades, the cultures of some of the most important settlements, and the histories of the people who live there. This 160-page hardback book contains:– In-depth background on the Cities of Sigmar, including their varied histories and the advent of the Dawnbringer Crusades– Incredible artwork that showcases the gritty reality of life in these beleaguered cities, as well as the sheer scale of the crusading forces– 50 warscrolls and pitched battle profiles for the Cities of Sigmar, from humble Freeguild Steelhelms to the heroic Tahlia Vedra– Rules for 11 different Free Cities, including command traits, artefacts, spells for two lores of magic, and duardin prayer scriptures– Path to Glory campaign rules focused on launching your own Dawnbringer Crusade, plus additional rules for narrative play– Matched play rules, including four grand strategies, six battle tactics, and a core battalion unique to the Cities of Sigmar– A stunning photography showcase, including painting guides to capture the heraldry of the various citiesThis pack also includes a token board, containing 41 tokens to use during your games.
This plastic kit contains 11 components and makes one Warden King standing atop his oath stone and armed with rune weapon and ancestor shield. Miniatures are supplied unpainted. Preparation and assembly may be required.
This plastic kit contains one Sorceress armed with a witchstaff - a finely detailed kit that comes in seven components including a fully detailed 20mm square base.
This multipart plastic kit builds a Freeguild Command Corps, consisting of:– 1x Arch-Knight: A fearsome warrior armed with a Sigmarite great weapon – either a hammer or an axe. He also offers a choice of different heads and poses, and either a furred pelt or a scaled cape.– 1x Whisperblade: An enigmatic agent of espionage, with an enchanted rapier visible beneath their long coat. They come with two different head options – one masked, one with a high collar.– 1x Great Herald: An experienced soldier, carrying an awe-inspiring banner with a warhorn for sounding the advance. They offer a choice of different heads, helmet tops, spare weapons, and arm poses.– 1x War Surgeon: A grim field medic, with a rack of vicious surgical tools and elixirs. They come with two different head options – a beaked mask or a bare head.– 1x Soul Shepherd: A priestly psychopomp whose chants safeguard the souls of the dying, accompanied by a skeletal piper known as a Corpus Somni. Both figures offer a choice of different heads.– 1x Mascot Gargoylian: A magical companion creature with a powerful bite. The kit also includes a pair of smaller gargoylians to decorate any of the Command Corps' bases.This kit comprises 68 plastic components, and comes with 5x Citadel 28.5mm Round Bases, a Citadel 25mm Round Base, and a Citadel 40mm Round Base. Also included is a Cities of Sigmar Transfer Sheet, featuring 410 Free City icons, Sigmarite cult sigils, and other forms of heraldry.These miniatures are supplied unpainted and require assembly
This multipart plastic kit builds one Fusil-Major on Ogor Warhulk – an expert gunnery officer, carried aloft by a brutish companion. The Fusil-Major watches the battlefield from atop their crow's nest, which bristles with gargoyles, blessings, and a lantern, picking off foes at range with a long-barrelled fusil musket. Their Ogor Warhulk lays into enemies with a heavy mace, striding to new firing positions before using a massive shield to barricade foes.This kit includes a choice of two heads for the Fusil-Major, as well as two poses – aiming a shot, or leaning on their long fusil while bellowing orders to those below. The Ogor Warhulk also comes with a choice of heads – one with a helmet, the other left bare – and scenic basing elements, and can be built in two poses, with mace and shield held in either hand.This kit comprises 42 plastic components, and is supplied with one Citadel 50mm Round Base. Also included is a Cities of Sigmar Transfer Sheet, featuring 410 Free City icons, Sigmarite cult sigils, and other forms of heraldry.This miniature is supplied unpainted and requires assembly
This multipart plastic kit builds an Ironweld Great Cannon – a powerful war machine fielded by the Cities of Sigmar. This huge gun is mounted in a sturdy, wheeled wooden frame with a winch arm, locked in place by chains, ropes, and hammered posts. The Great Cannon is crewed by a pair of artillerists from the Ironweld Arsenal, who both offer different assembly options for their pose, heads and arms, ensuring you can build a varied battery of big guns.You'll also find plenty of optional basing elements to customise your Great Cannon, including a spare taper, a discarded hammer, stacked ammunition, and loose rounds representing three specialist payloads – cannonball, grapeshot and an armour-piercing shell.This kit comprises 61 plastic components, and is supplied with a Citadel 90mm Round Base. Also included is a Cities of Sigmar Transfer Sheet, featuring 410 Free City icons, Sigmarite cult sigils, and other forms of heraldry.This miniature is supplied unpainted and requires assembly