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The Phoenixes of Ulthuan dwell amongst the Flamespyres – great alabaster pillars of rock that burn with magical flame. Over generations, they have become attuned to fire magic, harnessing it at whim.
This box set contains 50 multi-part plastic miniatures, including: 20 Saurus Warriors, 12 Skinks, 10 Temple Guard and eight Saurus Cavalry. Models supplied with 25mm square, 20mm square, 25mm square and 25mm x 50mm bases respectively.
Flying ahead of the main Lizardmen army, Terradons harry and harass enemy regiments from the air, before diving into combat to finish them off.
Kroq-Gar is one of the greatest heroes of the Lizardmen. Commanding the armies of Lustria, Kroq-Gar has been gifted with an ancient artefact known as the Hand of Gods, with which he can sear the flesh from his enemies' bones.
Stegadons are amongst the very largest of all the beasts that dwell in Lustria and are terrifying in battle, crushing anything, or anyone, that gets in their way.
The most heavily armoured beast in Lustria, the Bastiladon is a walking fortress that carries the most treasured weapons of the Lizardmen to war.
Skinks are small, agile, intelligent creatures bred by the Old Ones from the giant amphibious creatures that have inhabited the Lustrian swamps since the dawn of time. In times of war, Skinks often take up their weapons to fight alongside Saurus. They are stealthy and swift creatures, adn can be deadly when using their favoured weapons, in particular the blowpipe, against an unwary foe. Skink Skirmishers are a Core unit choice in a Lizardmen Army. They may be fielded in regiments of 10-25.
Mighty Saurus Wariors form the basis of the armies of the Lizardmen, for it is they who were created specifically for the purpose of warfare by the Old Ones. Saurus are spawned in dark pools in the caverns beneath the temple-cities. From the moment they are grown enough to crawl from the spawning pools, they know how to fight and conduct warffare. Many are the accounts of the Saurus launching perfectly timed ambushes and manoeuvres, even when it might seem to an outside observer that there was no communication amongst the Saurus themselves.