Warhammer Fantasy Battle: Magewrath Throne/Balewind Vortex
For the wizards of the Warhammer world, Arcane Fulcrums are terrible, complex and eldritch monoliths whose nature and function have puzzled the finest minds for millennia. What every wizard does know is that Arcane Fulcrums are the key to true magical domination and that spells cast from them can have cataclysmic consequences. It is those wizards with the greatest ambition that tackle an Arcane Fulcrum, though their bravery (perhaps insanity) is rewarded with almost unlimited power over the Winds of Magic.
This multi-part plastic kit contains one Magewrath Throne and one Balewind Vortex—two finely detailed Arcane Fulcrums that comes in 18 components. These scenery pieces are supplied unpainted and require assembly—we recommend using Citadel Plastic Glue and Citadel Paints.
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