Forge World taking advance orders for new Chaos Dwarf Bull Centaur Renders

By Polar_Bear
In Age of Sigmar
Aug 4th, 2012
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Forge World is now taking names of who wants their new Chaos Dwarf Bull Centaur Renders. Be the first kid on your block with them when they’re released at the end of the month.

From the website:

Twisted amalgams of ferocious bull and Chaos Dwarf, Bull Centaur Renders are hulking and monstrous creatures who rage with a great hunger for flesh. The first of their kind were survivors of the Time of Chaos. Warped by the tides of horror that engulfed the Warhammer world, more than any other they were twisted into the semblance of Hashut, the terrible Father of Darkness to whom the Chaos Dwarfs cleave.

A set of incredibly detailed full resin models that comprises three Bull Centaurs armed with hand weapons and shields. Models Designed by Edgar Skomorowski. These fantastic models are available to pre-order now for despatch from Friday 31st August.

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  • Duncan_McFarlane

    Pretty nice figures – i like both the design and the modelling, but i’m still not paying almost £20 a figure. Halve the price and i might consider it, but even that’s pretty steep given e.g Foundry make cavalry for £4 a figure

    • Guinny

      Comparing them to Foundry £4 cavalry isn’t very fair. Click through to the link and you’ll see the scale of these things – they’re based on what look like 60x80mm bases, and there’s a comparison shot there of one next to a regular GW cavalry model.

      Mark

    • Veritas

      Yea, I looked at those comparison pics on the website and these things look like they could go toe-to-toe with a chariot. They’re massive. They’re so much larger than the old Bull Centaurs.

  • jedijon

    Too bad about the price and the ridiculously sculpted muscles in the rear legs. Their faces are great – and the intensity of the figure is cool too…but they’re pointing kind’a at the ground and as every wargamer knows – you see your own figures butts more often than their faces.