Warhammer Age of Sigmar Hero Bases
The characters and armies of the mortal realms are as varied as they are numerous; myriad bizarre forms, powerful soldiers from the heavens, terrifying, brutish orruks – the miniatures that represent them are spectacular. Truly, they are deserving of amazing bases on which to stand, but not everyone has the time or the skill to bash their own bases together. Enter the Warhammer Age of Sigmar Hero Bases!
Featuring 10 unique designs, these bases are a quick and easy way to base your characters. They can be used with any of the armies featured in Warhammer Age of Sigmar – simply paint them up and glue your miniature down.
The box contains 11 bases: 3x 32mm Round, 7x 40mm Round and 1x 90mm Round bases, with 8 human skulls, 4 orruk skulls and 2 bird skulls for extra decoration.
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