NECROMUNDA: CAWDOR REDEMPTIONISTS

The Redemptionist sect believes that Humanity has fallen from the path of righteousness decreed by the God-Emperor and that the sins of Mankind will drown the Imperium in filth and depravity. As long as Humanity is unable to control its sinful nature, it will not be able to unite and conquer the stars as the Emperor truly wishes them to. Sin must be purged from all by fire, blood, and faith, and the Redemptionists are only too happy to do it.


Expand your Cawdor gang with these six fighters or start your own Redemptionist Crusade. The Redemptor Priest is a gang Leader, followed into battle by his Deacon (a gang Champion), three Brethren (Gangers), and a Zealot (Juve). Whether you field them as their own gang or add them to your existing Cawdor fighters, their unique weaponry will soon help you purge the underhive of sin.


 


This 76-part plastic kit makes:


– 2x Redemptor Priest or Brethren


– 2x Deacon or Brethren


– 2x Zealot or Brethren


It is supplied with 10x 25mm Necromunda Round bases. Rules for using these models in games of Necromunda can be found in the House of Faith supplement.

$80.00
3 in stock

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