Creature Caster is back at it again with artful evil and the disease with the Lady of Anguish. Come check out this horrific beauty of Nurgle.
The Lady Of Anguish is the latest model in a long line of excellently detailed models from Creature Caster. She is a diseased and horrific beauty that may not be everyone’s cup of tea, but she still makes a great counts as Demon Prince of Nurgle.
Our very own Rob Baer was given an advanced version of the Lady Of Anguish to review.
For our complete review, be sure to scroll down and press play on the full video below.
The Lady Of Anguish impressive kit, detail-wise. Creature Caster has continually worked on improving their designs and it shows. Her custom base is covered in sickly mushrooms and fungi. Her butterfly wings are mottled and veined. They also have a slight fey appearance to them. She comes with two head variants and two weapon option variants. She can be armed with two wicked scythes or two spined punch daggers. If you cannot decide, then you can have one of each. The head variants have the standard horned head as seen in the art above. The other will definitely remind hobbyists of Pan’s Labyrinth.
Rob quick assembled her with the aid of some bluetack. She stands at 11.3cm from her custom base to the top of her horns. If you measure up to the top of her sickly butterfly wings, 15.8cm. Every bit was able to lock in very well and no gaps were noticed. Her intestine bits will extend out a bit from her so have a care to do them last after the wings to ensure you don’t knock them off by accident. This will definitely be a model that needs to be painted in sections then assembled.
Rob covers more of the detail and gives his overall thoughts on the model in the review video below.
A disturbing blend of the horrific and the beautiful, the Lady of Anguish is a bizarre combination of wasted flesh and fungal growth. She is a winged garden of rot, possessing truly terrifying power. Flying out of reach of her enemies on moth like wings, the growths on her body disperse spores into the air that infect any organic material that they touch.
At first virtually undetectable the spores branch out beneath the flesh of any sentient victim unlucky enough to inhale them. The infection grows in the warm damp of the lungs, forming an interlinked mycelium network that wraps around the host’s central nervous system. By releasing assorted hormones and chemicals, the demonic fungus can seize control of the body it inhabits, turning it into a meat puppet that is completely obedient to the Lady of Anguish.
A helpless marionette, the victim turns on former comrades, their movements uncoordinated, erratic, and disturbing. It is then that the Lady of Anguish strikes, dropping from the skies, viscera trailing from her ravaged body. Her disturbing countenance resembles a courtier of old, and it is with a mocking flourish that she invites her foes to the dance of blades.
The Lady of Anguish is hand cast in pure, unfilled, resin. She is designed to fit a 60mm round base and has a height of 11.3cm from bottom of her scenic base to top of her horns, and 15.8cm to top of her wings. Model is unassembled and unpainted. Intended for ages 14+.
The Lady of Anguish is available now to pre-order and is limited to the first 100 orders. It will launch on December 4th. Be sure to press play on our quick and dirty unboxing and review video below for the full review.
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