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Warrior with war mallet and book (Excelsior Warpriest for Warhammer Quest) from Games Workshop - Miniature figureimage © Games Workshop
sculpt © Games Workshop
painting © Games Workshop
Painted Excelsior Warpriest for Warhammer Quest: Silver Tower from Games Workshop

The Excelsior Warpriest from Games Workshop is a warrior with war mallet and book, for the Warhammer Quest: Silver Tower boardgame, set in the Warhammer Fantasy world.

The Excelsior Warpriest with Gryph-hound sprue contains the Excelsior Warpriest figure and the Gryph-Hound creature.

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Miniature: Excelsior Warpriest

GN Code: -

Sprue: Excelsior Warpriest with Gryph-hound sprue

Set: Warhammer Quest: Silver Tower: contains 1, Excelsior Warpriest set: contains 1

Features: Human-sized (3) Human male (Human male) Warrior with war mallet (R) and book (L).

Archaic miniature, Archaic humanoid, Human-sized (S3) Archaic humanoid, Human-sized (S3) Fantasy humanoid, Human-sized (S3) Medieval humanoid,

Category: Human-sized (S3) human male warrior with war mallet and book

Species: Human

Technology: FantasyMedieval (Archaic)

Armour: no shield

Range: Warhammer: Age of Sigmar (Fantasy)

Company: Games Workshop company

Production: 2016-

Material: High Impact Polystyrene (HIPS) (plastic - Polystyrene)

Priming: Primer is not necessary

Scale: 1:56 (28mm / 32mm) scale

Proportions: Heroic

Size: ?

Assembly: Multi-pieceNeeds glue, On sprue, Needs cutting

Posing: Medium

Paintjob: Unpainted

Base: No base

Sculptor: Colin Grayson

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Using the miniature

Uses for games


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Buying the product

Base set price (Excelsior Warpriest set)(2016): 15 GBP / 20 EUR with 1x Gryph-hound of Excelsior Warpriest

Base set price (Warhammer Quest - Silver Tower)(2016): 95 GBP / 150 USD / 125 EUR

Games Workshop: Excelsior Warpriest: Official page.

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Possible substitutes

None yet

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Do you have the Excelsior Warpriest for Warhammer Quest: Silver Tower from Games Workshop? How do you like it? Would you recommend it to others? What further uses can you come up with? Tell your opinion in the comments!


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