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October 12, 2018 1 min read

The next BIG thing is here: theSisters' War Pulpit finally available! 
LAUNCH PRICE +  FREE Minion before Friday!

We're so proud to finally bring you one of the TGG2 most anticipated models: the War Pulpit! Definitely an outstanding center piece on any table, standing at 125 mm/ 4.9 inches: finally available! We can't wait to see more of your paintjobs on this one!

Buy anything with the War Pulpit in it (so Pilgrimage Packs, Judgement Packs, or War Pulpit alone) and get the Sisters' Minion Nope for free in your parcel.
Discount code is: AltarMinion
Siply use the code at checkout. This ends on Friday 11:59 PM Paris Time!

On the left by Kwok Sing Wong, on the right by Miltiadhs!
For more painted photos, inspiration, tips and more, join the community, it's fun: the Raging Heroes Facebook Group


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