Lunatic murdersmiths who are feared and revered in equal measure, the Wrathmongers are absolute in their fervent devotion to Khorne. Infused with the unnatural energies of daemons, they are the elite of the Chaos tribes and are unstoppable in battle, hurling themselves at their foe with unnatural vigour as their wrath-flails describe brutal, bloody parabolas.
This multi-part plastic kit makes either five Khorne Wrathmongers or five Khorne Skullreapers. There are five sets of armoured legs (one of which is designed to look like a Bloodletter) and a choice of 10 torsos that can be used to form the basis of the models. Alongside this, there is a choice of 10 individually designed sets of armour that fit to the torso fronts with the option to add additional shoulder armour. Whichever unit type you choose to make there are enough parts to include a champion and standard bearer for either.
The Wrathmongers are each armed with a pair of wrath-flails. There are five helmeted heads and the option to distinguish the champion with the addition of a helmet designed to look like a Bloodletter’s face and a mutation in the shape of a scorpions tail.
Armed with two hand weapons, the Skullreapers have a choice of 13 individual weapons ranging from swords, axes, maces and knives, as well as the option to arm one of the models with a double-handed axe. Alternatively, they can be armed with pairs of ensorcelled weapons of which there are 8 different individual weapons, with the option for one of the models to be armed with a double-handed sword.
There are a choice of seven bare heads that sport a variety of mutations, from horns, studded foreheads and even a bestial dog face. Each Skullreaper sports a trophy rack on his back, and the Champion is distinguished by his double trophy rack.
The Khorne Wrathmongers have 97 components and are supplied with five Citadel 40mm Round bases.
All dread the coming of the Blades of Khorne – an unholy allegiance of mortals and daemons for whom war is an act of worship.
Battletome: Blades of Khorne is your complete guide to fielding a Khorne army on the tabletop. Inside, you’ll be able to discover the blood-soaked history of Khorne’s legions through dark lore and stunning art, inspire your own collection with a miniatures showcase and painting guides and battle on the tabletop with a huge set of rules
When the necroquake shook the foundations of the Mortal Realms, the barriers between the aether and the Mortal Realms were weakened. For practitioners of magic, this meant more eldritch powers were within their reach – for the followers of Khorne, who despise the arcane, it meant they could more easily draw manifestations of the Blood God’s judgements from the Realm of Chaos and send them crashing down upon their enemies.
Wherever Khorne's followers do battle they raise up Skull Altars – dread monuments from which to offer tribute to the Blood God and receive his blessings in return. Rising from the ground, the Skull Altar is formed out of the violent tributes heaped in offering for Khorne’s Throne.