King's Strike Packs (DE - F) - Raging Heroes

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King's Strike Packs (DE - F)

Choose your variant :

  • Variant A:King Kaelith + Lord Askarian + Xiel-Ker + Blood Seekers + Hellions +  Nagalith Archers and Spearwomen BEST DEAL!!!
  • Variant B:King Kaelith + Lord Askarian + Xiel-Ker + Blood Seekers + Hellions
  • Variant C: King Kaelith + Lord Askarian + Xiel-Ker + Blood Seekers

King Kaelith is a ruthless ruler.
He’s famous for being inflexible and his cruelty.
King Kaelith doesn’t tolerate failure and he is as much feared by his enemies than by his own people.
As a King, he never backs down from a fight and thrives on the battlefield.

Lord Askarian is an astonishing warrior. He’s King Kaelith’s right hand and a trusted advisor when it comes to war tactics and battle plans.

Xiel-Ker, Sword Master is a Sword Master. As the name suggests, he’s an expert at wielding a sword and his skills are unmatched in the entire Realm.
Countless heads have fallen under his beloved swords.

Blood Seekers Command Group + Troops with whips, shields and spear.
Blood Seekers are the perfect warriors: they are relentless and fight until complete annihilation of their opponents.
These vicious killers thrive in inflicting pain and torture before slaughtering their enemies with their whips and blades.
Filled with rage, each battle always ends in total bloodshed.  

→ The dangerous Hellions dive from the clouds and lead the charge from the sky.
Great assets on the battlefield, the Hellions surround their enemies and destroy them with their wings and weapons.

→ Check out the Nagalith Archers and the Nagalith Spearwomen, 10 outstanding Lust Elves warriors from the House of Taïpahn:

The Nagalith Archers:

The Nagalith Spearwomen:

Models are all finely crafted in resin. Scale is 32 -38mm: they will fit all popular miniature wargames. Box includes up to 10 x 25mm round bases, 3 x 30mm round bases, 15 x 40mm round bases.

In the last few years, the scale of wargame miniatures has grown bigger.
Our new models reflect that and are compatible with the new industry standards, which tend to be around 35 mm scale.
Of course, that means that models from different “generations” are not exactly all at the same scale.
So there are size discrepancies within each manufacturer’s product line, as everybody is updating/renewing their ranges.
So newer models may be a bit bigger than older miniatures.
However, once on the table this is not an issue. In the end, this probably mirrors more accurately the size differences between humans in real life.