Necron Overlord-Look at how cool the scarabs are that hold up the little platforms.    Warhammer 40k Miniatures.

Necron Overlord-Look at how cool the scarabs are that hold up the little platforms. Warhammer 40k Miniatures.

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I'm back to posting minis. I still need some time to get back to my standard schedule. Right now I wanna show you this mini. Necron Triarch Stalker scorpion conversion. Wracam do malowania. Potrzeb...

I'm back to posting minis. I still need some time to get back to my standard schedule. Right now I wanna show you this mini. Necron Triarch Stalker scorpion conversion. Wracam do malowania. Potrzeb...

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The Necron Lychguard are the elite protectors and emissaries of the Necron nobility. In order to serve as a bulwark against those who would harm their charge, Lychguards were gifted with the highest quality of living metal bodies, equal in resilience and power to those inhabited by the Lords and Overlords they protect. In addition to serving as wardens, Lychguards often act as messengers and envoys for their masters.

The Necron Lychguard are the elite protectors and emissaries of the Necron nobility. In order to serve as a bulwark against those who would harm their charge, Lychguards were gifted with the highest quality of living metal bodies, equal in resilience and power to those inhabited by the Lords and Overlords they protect. In addition to serving as wardens, Lychguards often act as messengers and envoys for their masters.

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Necron Deathmarks are the highly-skilled snipers and assassins of the Necron forces, appearing from apparently nowhere and striking with terrible precision. The name is fitting: once given the "hunter's mark", a Deathmark's targets are almost certain to meet their deaths scant moments later. Like most Necrons, the Deathmarks' technology lies far beyond the realm of human comprehension and they can effectively phase in and out of normal space-time at will.

Necron Deathmarks are the highly-skilled snipers and assassins of the Necron forces, appearing from apparently nowhere and striking with terrible precision. The name is fitting: once given the "hunter's mark", a Deathmark's targets are almost certain to meet their deaths scant moments later. Like most Necrons, the Deathmarks' technology lies far beyond the realm of human comprehension and they can effectively phase in and out of normal space-time at will.

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