Cultist Detachment (24 points)

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Frostgrave Cultists

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2 Mercenaries sprues

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Shoggoth

5 points Cult demagogue with bodyguards – Heavy Infantry: Commander, Heavy Weapon, Delta- class Psychic (Five mercenaries with cultist hoods and a machine gun, one togged up with more cultist bits to be the commander) 3 points Military cultists with grenade launcher – Heavy Infantry: Armour Piercing (Five mercenaries with cultist hoods and a grenade launcher) 4 points Cultist snipers – Recon Infantry: Sniper Team (Five cultists with two sniper rifles and other firearms) 7 points Cultist anti-tank team – Support Infantry: Anti-tank (Five cultists with two rocket launchers and other firearms) 2 points Cultist horde – Berserk Infantry: Increased Squad Size, Enthusiastic but Untrained (Ten cultists with firearms and melee weapons) 3 points Writhing horror – Greater Xenomorph: Demonic, Single Model Unit, Slow (Shoggoth)
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For years, a small religious group has been funding archaeological digs in the alien ruins on the remotely- population southern continent. The imperial authorities paid passing attention to the church when it first appeared, but quickly determined that its tenets and activities promoted, rather than endangered, social cohesion and imperial rule, categorising it as ‘Mostly Harmless’. With the outbreak of rebellion, the authorities have been too busy to consistently monitor the activities of the church, but it appears they have taken advantage of the population’s fears regarding the increase in violence and the coming imperial response to recruit many new members. A few Imperial Army analysts suspect the group to have more than trebled in size, an increase which brings with it accordingly more in donations and membership tithes. Furthermore, the involvement of suspected church members has has been identified at least three raids on garrison armouries initially put down to rebel activity. As yet, no official investigation has been launched into the church, though those who have been paying attention believe the church might turn out to be an even bigger threat than the rebellion. This Detachment is surprisingly well armed and can field several units of converts from within the ranks of the Imperial Army, supported by snipers and anti-tank teams equipped with weapons stolen in armoury raids. The basic cultists are fanatical but lacking in actual combat ability. The cult leader is a low-level psionic and, if given the Summoner power, can draw a writhing horror through from another dimension.
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The Shoggoth. One model per pack. Monster designed to be used with 28mm sized models. Main body is resin, two extra tentacles are metal that need glueing in place. Supplied unpainted. Can also be used as a Radioactive Abomination in Stargrave.  This boxed set offers enough parts to build 20 well-equipped male characters for Stargrave, ideal for use in independent crews or as members of the pirate fleets hunting them down. While this kit includes a range of weaponry.  The Frostgrave Cultists box set contains enough parts to make 20 different figures. There are multiple heads, arms, weapons and accoutrements per frame, no two warbands will ever be the same.  The Frostgrave Cultists box set contains enough parts to make 20 different figures. There are multiple heads, arms, weapons and accoutrements per frame, no two warbands will ever be the same.  This boxed set offers enough parts to build 20 well-equipped male characters for Stargrave, ideal for use in independent crews or as members of the pirate fleets hunting them down. While this kit includes a range of weaponry.