Epic Ork Great Gargants on eBay

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OOP Space Marine Epic Space Ork Great Gargant

Epic Space Ork Great Gargant

This is an OOP Epic Space Ork Great Gargant metal model. it is still bare metal, but looks like it was put together using some kind of epoxy resin which would need to be cleaned off before assembly and painting.
The Great Gargant is the most powerful of all Space Ork Mekboy inventions. It’s vast body houses a multitude of orky engines, generators and dynamos. These power its frightening array of awesome weaponry. Mega-cannon mounted in its belly and on its arm blast its foes with massive destructive power. The Super Lifta-Droppa can popund armoured enemies into the ground. The Gork Head has massive Traktor Cannons mounted in the eye sockets to drag its opponents to their certain doom.

Model designed by Kevin Adams. The box contains one complete unassembled and unpainted Ork Great Gargant. The model requires assembly and painting. There is some old glue on the model.

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New Sealed Epic 40000 Space Ork Great Gargant on eBay.

This is an OOP Epic 40000 Space Ork Great Gargant metal model. It is still shrink wrapped and is as new.

Great Gargants are gigantic Ork war engines. Only the mightiest of Ork Warbosses are powerful enough to have their Mekboyz create such awesome machines of destruction for them. These heavily armoured monstrosities lead the Ork mobz into battle using their huge guns to pound their enemies into oblivion.

Model designed by Dave Andrews. This is suitable for Space Marine, Epic, Epic 40000 and Epic Armageddon. The box contains one complete Ork Great Gargant. The model requires assembly and painting.

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Warlord Titan

With Apocalypse being the buzz expansion of the moment, of course everyone is talking titans…

Using titans in Warhammer games is not a new thing though, the Forge World titans have been around for quite a few years now.

Before them we had the Armorcast models (and if I could find one at a reasonable price I would certainly get an Armorcast Great Gargant, if only so Simon’s new BaneBlade could blow it up!)

At GamesDay 2001 there was this very nice Warlord Titan which was being used more for display than gaming, but was still very impressive.

Warlord Titan

More pictures of Titans.