Valkyrie

£40.90

This incredible Valkyrie Assault Carrier is a twin-engine attack craft, essential for your Astra Militarum armies! Deploys its cargo into the fray and providing a deadly torrent of fire during battle!

 

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Description

This kit contains the components necessary to assemble the Valkyrie Assault Carrier, a twin-engine attack craft that is used for aerial insertions as well as drop missions. As it makes its way across the battlefield, the aircraft will deploy its cargo, providing a deadly torrent of fire which burns the troopers within. This incredible model also carries a fearsome array rockets able shatter entire formations!

Warhammer 40k Astra Militarum, also known as the Imperial Guard, is made up of billions of soldiers from a million different worlds. Consisting of countless billions of men and women, their soldiers serve as the first line of defence for the Imperium. They stand defiant against the myriad threats which endanger the existence of the human race. For ten thousand years the force has bravely sacrificied their lives beating overwhelming odds in the fight for humanity.

We highly recommend using the Citadel Plastic Glue and Colour System to assemble and decorate your miniature. Simply discover the huge variety of incredible Citadel paints, all designed specifically for Warhammer, and pick out your favourites. Follow the step by step guide provided by the Colour System and bring your aircraft to life. Once primed and ready, fly your way to the endless battles of Warhammer 40k!

Valkyrie Components

Find the full list of components below:

  • Plastic Components x128
  • Rocket Pods
  • Lascannon
  • Multi-Laser
  • Hellstrike Missiles
  • Pintle Mounted Heavy Bolters
  • Large Oval Base
  • Clear-Plastic Flying Base

Additional information

Weight 0.622 kg
EAN

5011921015412

Supplier Code

47-10

Pack Size

1

Stock Location

SF

Supplier

Games Workshop

Brand

Warhammer 40k

WH Type

models

WH Faction

Astra Militarum

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