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#Skaven Pestilens Plague Furnace

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Plague Furnace

Roaring with the droning, humming buzz of disease and rot, the gargantuan censer of the Plague Furnace swings inexorably back and forth. Choking clouds of foul miasma emanate from within, covering the land in a vile, roiling fog; repellent, putrescent and pervasive. The chittering Plague Priest who rides the furnace to war spreads his filthy blessings to the besmirched flock.

This multi-part plastic kit contains everything you need to build one Plague Furnace, crewed by a trio of Plague Monks and covered in grim, rusted spikes. Fifty-four pieces are included, and one Citadel 120mm Oval base. This kit can also be assembled as a Screaming Bell*.

*Rules for the Screaming Bell are found in the Skaven Warscroll Compendium, available for free download. 

Screaming Bell

Of all the diabolical wonder weapons of the Skaven, none is as notorious as the Screaming Bell. It is from these unholy altars that the Grey Seers preach their plans of total domination in the name of the Great Horned Rat.

The Skaven Screaming Bell is a large centrepiece for a Skaven collection. Boulders, which are strapped securely in place, are borne aloft on precarious, rickety timber beams. Rising up from these stands a stone archway, which acts as the frame for a huge bell. A Grey Seer stands on top and the bell itself is pulled on a chain by a Rat Ogre. This many-wheeled device is covered in spikes, while cressets and censers stand at the front, emitting a thick smoke.

This multi-part plastic box set contains fifty-four components with which to make one Skaven Screaming Bell or Plague Furnace, and includes one Citadel 120mm Oval base. Rules for the Screaming Bell can be downloaded for free in the Skaven Warscroll Compendium.  

 

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