Meet Gobsprakk, The Mouth Of Mork For Age Of Sigmar’s Kruleboyz

July 20, 2021 by brennon

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Games Workshop has previewed another new character for the Kurleboyz of Warhammer Age Of Sigmar. We've seen sneaky stabbers and brutal warlords but here we have another of their Shamans. Say hello to Gobsprakk, The Mouth Of Mork.

Gobsprakk The Mouth Of Mork - Age Of Sigmar

Gobsprakk, The Mouth Of Mork // Warhammer Age Of Sigmar

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Gobsprakk is so named because he is able to understand any language. This includes the long-dead language of Kragnos, the new all-powerful leader of the forces of Destruction. He is a powerful prophet and might have quite the role to play as part of the unfolding story in the realm of Ghur.

Gobsprakk The Mouth Of Mork Detail - Age Of Sigmar

Gobsprakk, The Mouth Of Mork // Warhammer Age Of Sigmar

Gobsprakk flies into battle atop his rather awesome looking winged steed. His Corpse-rippa Vulcha, Killabeak is as deadly as they come and seeks out prey to slaughter for his master. Gobsprakk has also brought an entire apothecary with him it seems once you get a look at the various talismans and such strapped to the back of his seat.

Gobsprakk, as mentioned before, is a powerful spellcaster. He was even able to best one of the mighty daemons of Tzeentch as you can see by the hand nailed to the top of his staff. This is apparently kept in the material world by his sheer force of will.

He is also an absolute terror when it comes to unbinding spells. Mork Sez No! allows him to unbind spells and hurt his opponents for daring to try and cast something in his presence. He seems like a pretty good pick for someone wanting to control the battlefield through magical means.

Killaboss On Corpse-rippa Vulcha

As well as the option to build Gobsprakk, you will also be able to build this kit as a regular Killaboss On Corpse-rippa Vulcha.

Killaboss On Corpse-rippa Vulcha - Age Of Sigmar

Killaboss On Corpse-rippa Vulcha // Warhammer Age Of Sigmar

Again, this gives you another impressive miniature that allows you to put a brutal melee combatant wherever you need him. Both look like good options for a rather impressive set of miniatures for the Kruleboyz. If you were liking their aesthetic before then I imagine this is still impressing you.

What do you make of this new character?

"If you were liking their aesthetic before then I imagine this is still impressing you..."

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