Eldar Hemlock Wraithfighter

£39.70

This multipart plastic kit contains components to assemble either one Eldar Hemlock Wraithfighter or one Crimson Hunter. Including Deadly Heavy D-Scythes, Clear Plastic Canopy, Spiritseer and more!

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Description

This multi-part plastic kit contains the components required to assemble either the Eldar Hemlock Wraithfighter or a Crimson Hunter. If you want both of these deadly miniatures then just add two boxes to your basket!

The Warhammer 40k Eldar Hemlock Wraithfighter is known for being a weapon of utmost terror. Using this weapon is of much controversy throughout the craftworlds as it is capable of the most cruel and wicked acts. This means that the weapon is only employed in the most dire of circumstances to help the Asuryani survive battle.  The Hemlock has a combination of psychic abilities from the Spiritseer Pilot and the dead Craftworld Aeldari. Rather than having living being for co-pilots, this miniature features Spirit Stones which contain the essences of Aeldari who have departed. Similar to how the Ghost Warriors accompany Aeldari Warhosts, the Hemlock has a reactive Wraithbone core that is able to function like a Infinity Circuit!

We highly recommend purchasing the Citadel Plastic Glue and Paints to assemble your new weapon and bring it to life. The Citadel Colour System offers a huge range of vibrant Citadel Paints that have all been designed specifically for Warhammer Painting. So get creative and prime your miniature ready for the endless battles of Warhammer 40k!

Eldar Hemlock Wraithfighter Components

Find the full list of components below:

  • Plastic Components x61
  • Option to Assemble Crimson Hunter
  • Deadly Heavy D-Scythes x2
  • Clear Plastic Canopy
  • Spriritseer
  • Spirit Stones

Additional information

Weight 0.38 kg
EAN

5011921087099

Supplier Code

99120104048

Pack Size

1

Stock Location

SF

Supplier

Games Workshop

Brand

Warhammer 40k

WH Type

models

WH Faction

Eldar

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