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Games Workshop 99120102072" Death Guard Mortarion : Daemon Primarch of Nurgle Game, Black for 5 years to 99 years

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The Daemon Primarch Mortarion leads the Death Guard against the Ultramarines during the Plague Wars. At present, Mortarion is the greatest Daemon Prince of Nurgle and the Daemon Primarch of the Death Guard Chaos Space Marines. But this was exactly why Mortarion had come to find Jaghatai. The Death Lord had run out of friends among the Traitor primarchs. Who would stand with him against the psykers now among the Traitors? Most assuredly not their brother Angron, nor the half-mad Konrad Curze. In response, Mortarion only stood, rigid, as though suddenly listening for something. His scythe fell into the guard position and a thin coughing broke from his mask, which the Khan realised was an exhausted kind of chortle. "So the choice has been made."

Mortarion is one of those rare Warhammer Primarchs that has three tabletop models. The first is a Forge World exclusive for use in Horus Heresy 30k battles, showing the Primarch before he fell to Chaos and became a bit daemon-y. The second is a shrouded death-like figure designed for the Epic game system, dating from 1992. The Death Guard primarch attempted to sway the Khan to Horus' cause as Jaghatai had surmised, to imagine a galaxy of warriors, of hunters, where the strong were given their freedom to act as they would, unbound by the Emperor's demands. It nearly broke me as it was such a difficult model to paint due to the massive amount of details and the difficulty in holding it without rubbing the paint off! Ignoring the protests of his Death Guard, Mortarion left alone to confront his adoptive father, motivated by a compulsion to prove himself to the stranger below. The confrontation was brief. The air surrounding the High Overlord's fortress was so poisonous and toxic that parts of Mortarion's armour began to rot away. mundo friki: mortarion unboxing figura pintada, warhammer 40k exclusivo New 8th death guard: Contents overview video, and showcase of Mortarion build #2.Łđ

Features: Giant (S6) Futuristic ( Advanced) Human with Wings ( Humanoid - Winged humanoid) Warrior in modern heavy armour ( armour - modern armour) and modern full helmet ( helmet - modern helmet), with scythe ( melee weapon) (R) and with pistol ( handgun) (L) This power and alignment with Chaos mean that Mortarion has survived the intervening ten thousand years between the Horus Heresy and the current time period in Warhammer 40k.

Finding this stranger in conference with the village elders, Mortarion claimed that his people needed no outside help. The stranger commented that even Mortarion and his Death Guard were having trouble pacifying the final warlord, and offered a challenge. If Mortarion could defeat the High Overlord Necare, the stranger would leave. If not, Mortarion had to swear fealty to the stranger and the Imperium of Man he represented. For ten thousand years Mortarion, Lord of the Death Guard, has crushed his enemies upon the field of battle. Surrounded by chittering Daemon mites, droning flies and noxious plague vapours, Mortarion swoops into battle on vast, creaking wings. the thudding beat of these foul pinions fills the enemy with crawling dread, even as they waft the reek of death across their lines. To even stand in the presence of the Death Lord is lethal, opponents choking and collapsing as they succumb to the myriad plagues that churn the air around him. Mortarion, Daemon Primarch of Nurgle comes as 78 components, and is supplied with a Citadel 100mm Round base." ContentsSadly Roboute loses access to all of his re-rolls, leaving him with just a paltry family heirloom sword and a giant power fist. Mortarion, Daemon Primarch of Nurgle #1 from the Mortarion, Daemon Primarch of Nurgle kit for Warhammer 40,000 ( Ed8) from Games Workshop company To this day, Mortarion's Death Guard launch their assaults through the Cadian Gate and into the galaxy beyond, sometimes in large bodies and at others lending strength to allied forces. Wherever they travel they spread the joyful, exuberant poxes of Nurgle, gifting those who would know eternal life with the choicest of the Plague God's blessings. Mortarion is sure to become a staple of many Death Guard lists, and Nurgle’s children should be excited at the prospects of having such a resilient paragon of Chaos among their ranks. The combination of invulnerable save, damage reduction, and the ability to ignore wounds is immensely powerful and establishes Mortarion as the massive threat that he deserves to be. Players will not only have to contend with him, but also his many pus-ridden followers, and the challenge of deciding how to best allocate that firepower will be significant. Alas, one of their foes still remained, on the highest peak, where the most deadly poison lurked: the Warlord of Barbarus, Mortarion’s former guardian and torturer. It was at this time that a golden stranger appeared, challenging Mortarion to climb alone to the final fortress to slay the Warlord of Barbarus, ending the war once and for all.

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