Squighog Boyz (Orks)

£28.98

This Squighog Boyz kit contains the components to assemble five incredible miniatures for your Orks army. Including Nob on Smasha Squig, Squighog Boyz and the Bomb Squig! 

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Description

This Squighog Boyz kit contains the components to assemble one Nob on Smasha Squig, three Squighog Boyz, and one Bomb Squig. Only the bad-tempered and aggressive Orks will wrangle themselves towards the enemy lines. The impact of a charging unit theis gang will see them crumple metal, flesh, and bone alike.

As if their charges weren’t enough, these units will also hurl explosive, rokkit-propelled stikkas towards their enemies. Each saddlegit will cling behind a boy and pelts the foes with anything they can find, all while praying to Gork for survival and to not be flung off and trampled. The packs of Squighog Boyz are soemtimes accompanied by Bombsquigs, the living weapons that have killer intent. If you need to the power to crack an enemy line, then look no further!

This kit contains the components to assemble one Nob on Smasha Squig, three Boyz, and one Bomb Squig. The Nob on Smasha Squig has the option of wielding either a slugga or a big choppa as well as being mounted on the squig’s back. Other options will also allow you to customise your Nob on Smasha Squig with the choice of two heads and two pauldrons.

Armed with rokkit-propelled stikkas, and many limbs replaced with bionic enhancements, this kit is a must have for all Ork fans. We highly recommend using the Citadel Plastic Glue and Citadel Paints to bring these spectacular miniatures to life. Follow the simple steps and introduce your new miniatures to the endless battles of Warhammer 40k! 

Squighog Boyz Components 

Find the full list of components below: 

  • Plastic Components x104 
  • 90mm Oval Base 
  • 75mm Round Base x3 
  • 25mm Round Base 

 

Additional information

Weight 0.2157 kg
EAN

5011921128341

Brand

Warhammer 40k

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