GAW-94-28: Katakros, Mortarch of the Necropolis
Orpheon Katakros is the emperor of an undying elite, and he goes to war with all of the pomp and circumstance that befits his station. Distrusting steeds since the disastrous chariot charge that cost him his life, he simply strides to battle with the surety of a god.
Katakros stands in the centre of a sculpted base surrounded by his most trusted retainers – the Prime Necrophoros, the Liege-Immortis, the Gnosis Scrollbearer and the Aviarch Spymaster. Armed with Inda-Khaat and the Shield Immortis, he towers above them all. He forms the perfect centrepiece of any Ossiarch Bonereapers army.
GAW-94-30: Arch Kavalos Zandtos
Filled with the fervent belief that the living have no place in Shyish, Zandtos uses his armies as extermination forces to systematically eradicate everything in the realm that draws breath.
Armed with the devastating Dark Lance, Zandtos is absolutely brutal on the charge. His burning hatred of the living makes him even deadlier and inspires those around him to fight even harder. Bring down the vengeance of Nagash on any who would dare to defy him.
GAW-94-29: Gothizzar Harvester
The Gothizzar Harvester is a murderous juggernaut of bone and metal that can smash through a shieldwall without breaking stride, but also a collector of the dead, its role to is provide as well as to destroy.
This heavy-hitting monster can be armed with a choice of soulcleaver sickles or soulcrusher bludgeons, both of which cause untold damage. Not only are they a devastating Behemoth, but they also harvest the bones of anyone slain nearby in order to repair friendly Ossiarch Bonereapers units. The kit also comes with a number of alternate and optional parts, meaning that no two Harvesters need ever be the same.
GAW-94-27: Kavalos Deathriders
The heavy cavalry of the Ossiarch Bonereaper legions, the Kavalos Deathriders are expert riders mounted on macabre armoured steeds. They clatter into the foe in a wedge formation, breaking battlelines with every ferocious charge.
The Kavalos Deathriders can be armed with a choice of nadirite blade or nadirite spear – deadly weapons that can steal an opponent's life force. The kit also includes an option to include a Mortrek Hekatos and a Necrophoros banner bearer to lead the devastating charge.
GAW-94-26: Mortek Crawler
The arcane catapult known as the Mortek Crawler delivers death from afar with terrifying accuracy. It can fire hails of necrotic skulls that bite and gnaw, send soul-tearing spirits into the foe, or hurl weighty blocks graven with curses that can kill the mighty in an instant.
Choose from necrotic skulls, cauldron of torment or cursed stele each time the dread catapult is fired. The latter ammunition becomes even more deadly as the Mortek Crawler is damaged – the power of vengeance growing stronger. The catapult arm of the kit can be built raised, as if firing, or in a lowered position for reloading – either way, it can be left unglued, allowing the arm to pivot.
GAW-94-25: Mortek Guard
The Mortek Guard are soul-constructs created to dominate the battlefield. Armed with life-draining nadirite weapons and shaped from impenetrable osseous armour, they grind the enemy to dust beneath their relentless march.
The Mortek Guard can be armed with a choice of nadirite blade or nadirite spear, deadly weapons that can steal an opponent's life force. The kit also includes an option to include a Necrophoros banner bearer to lead the charge and a Mortrek Hekatos to coordinate their shield wall, protecting the unit from incoming attacks.
GAW-94-23: Necropolis Stalkers/Immortis Guard
Four-armed horrors that possess the gestalt essence of master duellists, Necropolis Stalkers leap and spin into battle with terrifying speed, switching stance and form in the blink of an eye as they dismember their foes.
When the Necropolis Stalkers fight they can choose from four aspects – the blade-strike aspect, blade-parry aspect, destroyer aspect or the precision aspect, each of which makes them better at a specific facet of combat. One in every three models can replace their spirit blades with dread falchions, making these duelists even deadlier.
This multipart plastic kit makes 3 Necropolis Stalkers and comes supplied with 3x 50mm Citadel round bases. Alternately, the kit can be assembled as 3 Immortis Guard.
GAW-94-24: Mortisan Soulmason
Captive souls are fodder for the most gifted of the Mortisan spirit-crafters. Borne to war upon thrones of bodily remains with their own vicious animus, the Soulmasons focus the animating energies of necromancy into their Bonereaper creations.
Mortisan Soulmasons are an excellent supporting unit in Ossiarch Bonereapers armies, ensuring your units hit home with nifty magical powers. If you're looking to ensure a battery or Mortek Crawlers hit their mark, or your Necropolis Stalkers shred even the most evasive foes, you'll want to grab one or two of them!
GAW-94-22: Mortisan Boneshaper
The Boneshaper's art is that of creation, not destruction. Though their ossified talons can rake through flesh, and though they can summon a gale of sharp bone splinters at will, they focus their efforts on regenerating the Ossiarch regiments around them.
Posed upon a giant skull, midway through creating a new bone construct, the Mortisan Boneshaper is an impressive model. Not only can it cast a lethal shard-storm of broken bones, but it can also repair nearby Ossiarch Bonereapers units.
GAW-94-21: Mortisan Soulreaper
The Soulreapers are the most destructive members of the Mortisan order. It is their role to cut the souls from the enemy with their magical scythes, though at need they can discharge a blast of captured spirit energy to destroy nearby foes.
The Mortisan Soulreaper is a deadly front-line wizard for your Ossiarch Bonereapers army, equally effective blasting enemies with magic or slicing them up in close combat. If you're looking for a mage that can hold their own at any range, grab one for your army!