Engines Of Annihilation Stomp Into Battle From Creature Caster

November 24, 2021 by brennon

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Creature Caster is planning to release a brand new BIG miniature for use in your Sci-Fi games and simply just to use as a painting project. See what you make of the Engines Of Annihilation which can be built as either a Corpse-bearer or Gorebrand.

Engines Of Annilhilation #1 - Creature Caster

Engines Of Annihilation // Creature Caster

Pre-orders for this 140mm tall walking engine of destruction are going up on Friday. It also comes with that excellent scenic base which shows it towering over a blasted landscape. Here is some of the fluff and lore behind these particular chaotic creations...

"The Corpse-Bearer is an Engine of Annihilation variant that mounts the bodies of its foes to its massive pauldrons, striking terror in even the fiercest enemy. Their sleek frames are designed to compact their silhouette, making them a harder target on the battlefield. Striking from afar, their energy weapons and cascading explosive rounds leave devastating gaps in enemy lines.

Unlike the Corpse-Bearer, the Engine of Annihilation with the moniker ‘Gorebrand’ celebrates the glory of battle by engaging directly with the enemy. Using its massive girth and heavy blades to eviscerate its foes, it grinds their flesh to pulp and pulverizes their bones. Armed with razor-sharp pauldrons and spiked armour, it crashes into the melee revelling in the mayhem of its design."

This has been hand-cast and is crafted from unfilled resin making it quite the statement piece for you to use on the tabletop.

Engines Of Annilhilation #2 - Creature Caster

Engines Of Annihilation // Creature Caster

This is just a look at the prototype so the finished miniature is no doubt going to look even nicer. I love all the details worked into the different elements of the miniature including the aspects which introduce a sense of scale. It looks like a great way to create a neat alternative Chaos war machine for your Warhammer 40,000 armies.

I think you could also have a lot of fun with the miniature when it comes to painting. I like the idea of mixing together organic and synthetic materials and having that rough blend between the two.

Are you going to be ordering this on Friday?

"I love all the details worked into the different elements of the miniature including the aspects which introduce a sense of scale..."

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