New Be’lakor Mini Revealed For Age Of Sigmar & Warhammer 40K

March 8, 2021 by brennon

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The massive new miniature for Be'lakor has now been revealed by Games Workshop for the worlds of Warhammer Age Of Sigmar and Warhammer 40,000. The mighty Daemon Prince has returned to sow havoc throughout The Mortal Realms and Grimdark Future.

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New Be'lakor Miniature // Age Of Sigmar

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Be'lakor is the subject of the latest Broken Realms book which continues to build on the storyline for Age Of Sigmar and The Mortal Realms. The mighty Daemon Prince has bided his time and is now ready to put his plans into action, striking out to claim his rightful place amongst the Grand Alliance of Chaos. Of course, that also means that he will be expecting the other factions to bend the knee to his reign.

The new plastic miniature is particularly impressive and I love that it harks back to the old miniature from Warhammer Fantasy Battles whilst also taking things to the next level, delivering that Nth level Age Of Sigmar twist.

Lord Grimdark

As well as making a name for himself in the realm of Fantasy, Be'lakor is also looking to take over the galaxy too with a Warhammer 40,000 version.

Belakor - Warhammer 40K

New Be'lakor Miniature // Warhammer 40K

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The main core of the miniature remains the same but there is also a slain Primaris Lieutenant lying broken at his feet. It's a nice little change that firmly plants the miniature in the land of Sci-Fi and is quite the nice dig at the Primaris at the same time.

This is a rather impressive miniature and I'm sure that the rules for Be'lakor are exceptionally fitting. If I was Archaon I would be a little afraid, even from the lofty seat of power that he currently occupies.

It's almost enough to get you thinking about starting up a new Slaves To Darkness army...

"If I was Archaon I would be a little afraid, even from the lofty seat of power that he currently occupies..."

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