Chapterhouse releases Warrior Priestess – Armana’serq

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Aug 29th, 2011
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Warrior Priestess - Armana'serqChapterhouse Studios have released a new 28mm sci-fi figure – the Warrior Priestess Armana’serq.

From their announcement:

Today our second complete miniature figure is released for sale.

Armana’serq – Warrior Priestess
The gods have always demanded worship and sacrifice but in return they grant their most zealous followers with supernatural strength and skills. Serqitet, goddess of the scorpion protects her followers through her warrior priestess. Armed with sword and pistol, Armana’serq leads her fellow warrior-priest into combat through stealth and subterfuge.

This unpainted 28mm scale pewter model consist of 6 components – body and 5 variant arms. A 25mm slotted base is included. Armana’serq is available here for $13.50

Look for our exciting TRU-Scale Storm Raven Extension kit next week!

  • Nice female striking scorpion Exarch. Lovely work but not particularly original.

    • Zac

      Well it looks like a woman which is pretty original for an Eldar figure 🙂

      • cybogoblin

        Though I bet that is something that will change the next time they get some new models 😉

        All that aside, it’s a good looking model. Derivitave or not.

        • vagrant benthos

          I’d like to see more female models in the Eldar line. The new Dark Eldar models did a pretty good job with mixing up the genders, so I’d love to see the Craftworld Eldar go that way as well.

          That said, I do like this model and I think I shall add her to my collection.

          • Zac

            Its a weird disconnect they have. Dark Elf and Dark Eldar armies have female troops but Eldar and High Elf armies have next to none.

          • Tommygun

            I think the sculptors like bad girls.
            There may be some Freudian reason at work here.

  • GS_topcow

    Finally, a model with the super cool chain sabres!

  • Tommygun

    Nice little mini.
    I might be able to fit that into an Infinity game.

    • Lemminkaeinen

      She looks a tad large (scale-wise) for Infinity judging from the base. Seems more 40k scale.

      As an aside, I really like the fact that she comes with all the possible Exarch weapon options. Very nice!

  • looks much better than the farseer looking model!

  • GS_topcow

    Althou, much love for the existing exarch mini, especially with the biting blade opttion!

  • GS_topcow

    The guardians come with a number of female torsos in the sprue (i think two every ten), however, the aspects are notably womanless, except of course for the banshees. No farseers, nor warlocks, no character either. Hell not even the autarchs! And theres a banshee one (i know the banshees are mostly female)!

  • If there were more Eldar that looked like this I’d be sold. As it stands the only model in the entire range I’m keen on is the Wraithlord.