The Fight of the Millennium

These new Ghaz and Ragnar models are simply amazing!

This article was originally published on the Warhammer-community site.

After their last fight ended in a draw, two legendary fighters return for a rematch. So, grab some popcorn and settle down for a battle the likes of which we’ve never seen before.

Ragnar Blackmane

Ragnar went hard in his first fight against Ghazghkull, willing to sacrifice his life to put an end to the alien menace. He fought with skill and bravery but ended up with an arm sheared off, a broken neck and several fist-size rents in his armour.

When the warriors of his Great Company found his body, it seemed like the Young King’s saga was over. There was only one option to save his life – attempting to cross the Rubicon Primaris. Ragnar’s spirit was strong and it was not yet ready to travel to the Halls of the Emperor so, somehow, the Wolf Lord clawed his way back to life.

Just look at that incredible miniature! Now recreated in plastic, this model combines the dynamism that you’d expect from the legendary Ragnar Blackmane while including a number of classic features such as Frostfang, Ragnar’s master-crafted frost blade.

Now that he’s back in the fight, Ragnar’s more determined than ever to put an end to the mighty greenskin.

Ghazghkull Thraka

The greatest Ork Warboss of the 41st Millennium managed to do what no one in the galaxy could manage – effectively kill Ragnar Blackmane, one of the Imperium’s greatest heroes. He didn’t have the fight all his own way though as Ragnar did manage to chop his head off. Of course, such a flesh wound wasn’t enough to stop the self-proclaimed prophet of Gork and Mork.

After an enterprising grot managed to find Ghazghkull’s head, his remains were taken to Mad Dok Grotsnik, and the Painboy had a plan. Lugging looted macro capacitors into his lab, he began his experiments and, as sheets of green power filled the sky, Ghazghkull lived one more.

Wow! When we say that Ghazghkull is back and he’s bigger and better than ever, we mean his miniature.*  He’s packed with more Orky detail than before and can be assembled facing to the left (about to shoot his new gun, Mork’s roar) or facing to the right (about to krump something with his Gork’s klaw). This model perfectly captures Ghazghkull as the unstoppable force of nature that he is.

These awesome new models are just the beginning – Ragnar and Ghazghkull are ready to rumble for a rematch, and the outcome could have massive consequences for the entire galaxy.

Head over to the Warhammer 40,000 Facebook page to let us know what you think of Ragnar and Ghazghkull, and make sure that you keep your eye on the Psychic Awakening site to keep up to date with the latest news from this epic saga.

* Actually, it’s so big that we’re not sure that “miniature” is the right word.

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3 Responses to “The Fight of the Millennium”

  1. Vipoid March 9, 2020 2:19 pm #

    Rangar – “Hmm, how can I make sure people know I’m a Space Wolf? Well, I’ve got the logo on each of my stupidly-oversized pauldrons, but what if people somehow don’t see it? I know, I’ll put two golden wolf-heads on my backpack. But what is people still don’t get it? Ah, I know. I’ll wear an entire wolf on my shoulder! Perfect!”

  2. Dakkath March 9, 2020 8:47 pm #

    Even da orks iz getting da primaris treatment.

  3. Ohlmann March 10, 2020 8:22 am #

    And part of the primaris treatment is being perched on a ruin apparently.

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