This week we are cracking open what might be the last box set from Games Workshop for at least a month. But if they are closing up shop for a while at least they are going out with a bang!
Let’s dive into Prophecy of the Wolf and see if it is worth your hard-earned hobby dollars.
Prophecy of the Wolf: $170
Get Yours For Less From Miniature Market or Dicehead Games!
- 10x Infiltrators $60
- Primaris Ragnar Blackmane $40? (Primaris named characters all go for $40).
- New Gazghkull & Makari $70? (Abaddon and Guilliman are in the same weight class for model size and go for $60 a pop).
- 5x Nobz $30
- 3x Meganobz $63
Total MSRP: $263
Total Value: $93
Wow, Prophecy of the Wolf may look a little light on miniatures to some but saving $93 dollars in this hobby is no small achievement as of late. Now let’s crack this box open and get to the models that you really want to see!
As far as the Young Lord himself, Ragnar Blackmane seems to go together fairly easy and his majestic wolf fur can be put together in sub-assemblies after you get the painting is done which is always great to see.As far as Ghaz goes this beast of a miniature is kinda posable. Once you finish the main body build you will have to make a decision about how you want to pose your mini. There are two options two choose from based on how you position him on the base. The only other change is his head position.
As always, keep those hobby muscles strong, stay in the trenches, and check out our video below! Patreon supporters of Spikey Bits get models like this each month shipped to them.