Vashtorr is the Soul Forge King, a daemonic demigod of unrestrained invention and abominable artifice. When the Arkifane takes physical form, it is as a horror of pallid flesh stretched over infernal mechanisms, soaring to battle amidst a cloud of lightning and smog. Vashtorr deals destruction with every whirring step, unleashing techno gheist curses upon his foes even as he fashions enhancements for his indentured daemon engines from the raw stuff of realspace.
This multipart plastic kit builds Vashtorr the Arkifane, master of daemon forges and manufactorums. This looming, otherworldly figure is covered in sinister cybernetic details – from the daemonic exhausts and chimneys clustered on his hunched back to the mechadendrites that squirm through the rubble of his scenic base. He wields a twisted blacksmith's hammer in one hand, while the other extends into a vicious machine claw with a built-in flame weapon. Vashtorr wears an armoured carapace with a segmented metal apron – he can alternatively be built without this armour, exposing more of the grotesque form beneath.
Standing roughly five inches tall from his metal-shod hooves to the tips of his spindly wings, Vashtorr is an eye-catching figure on the battlefield – and a worthy player in the Great Game of the Chaos Gods.
This kit comprises 47 plastic components, and comes with a Citadel 80mm Round Base. This miniature is supplied unpainted and requires assembly – we recommend using Citadel Plastic Glue and Citadel Colour paints.
Paint your own Vashtorr in all his techno-daemonic majesty with help from the Citadel Colour painting guide.
Full rules for using Vashtorr the Arkifane in games of Warhammer 40,000 can be found in Arks of Omen: Vashtorr and are available as a free downloadable PDF from the Warhammer Community website.