Games Workshop Share 2021 Store Anniversary Miniatures

January 5, 2021 by brennon

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Games Workshop has been sharing the new miniatures which will be popping up during Store Anniversaries in 2021. We might be locked down but I'm sure that you'll be able to snag these at some point for use in Warhammer 40,000 and Warhammer: Age Of Sigmar.

Kamoteph The Crooked - Warhammer 40K

Kamoteph The Crooked // Warhammer 40,000

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Leading the way for the grimdark future we have this fun option for Warhammer 40,000 and Necron players. Here is Kamoteph The Crooked who is an ancient even amongst his kind. In-game he works as a traditional Cryptek but you could easily tweak things to give him a few additional special rules.

I do like the sculpting of him with the look of a wizened old seer or mystic who the other Necrons turn to for advice. I reckon that you could break out some more weathering supplies for this fellow and it wouldn't go amiss!

Sigmarite Beastslayer

As well as the new Necron figure above you'll also be able to pick up another Stormcast Eternal character. Here we have the Knight-Questor known as Sylas Beastbane.

Sylas Beastbane - Age Of Sigmar

Sylas Beastbane // Age Of Sigmar

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Sylas can be used as a Knight-Questor replacement in your games although he could also work as all manner of different heroes if you prefer. He will also come with a unique Warscroll for use in Narrative and Open Play games so if you want to get the most out of his Questor Axe-Hammer there will be a chance to do so!

Overall I do like the model and it's cool to see a Stormcast Eternal who is a lot more brutal and dangerous than some of the others out there thanks to the massive minotaur head he has cleaved off. I do look at that hair though and wonder if perhaps they could have given him a cooler cut? I mean...I won't be telling him it looks weird but I bet they whisper about it behind his back.

Are you tempted by these new Store Anniversary miniatures?

"I do look at that hair though and wonder if perhaps they could have given him a cooler cut?"

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