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Age of Sigmar: Idoneth Deepkin Eidolon of Mathlann – Aspect of the Sea

Games Workshop

Age of Sigmar: Idoneth Deepkin Eidolon of Mathlann – Aspect of the Sea

£52.00 £65.00
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Idolised echoes of a bygone era, the Eidolons of Mathlann are summoned to life in times of dire need. These are no divine avatars, however, but collective manifestations of the ancestral souls of the Idoneth Deepkin, spirits of vengeance wrapped in the image of a lost aelven god. Eidolons are formed from the combined energies of the souls that can be roused from an enclave’s chorrileum – a living coral reef, storing the essence of expired Idoneth. When an Eidolon is summoned in the aspect of the sea, it can summon cloying sea mists, release golden energies to heal the Idoneth’s wounded and lull the most bloodthirsty enemies into a mystic slumber from which they never wake.

This multi-part plastic kit contains the components necessary to assemble an Eidolon of Mathlann, in his form as an Aspect of the Sea. Towering over the other Idoneth, he comes armed with a psi-trident – a massive 3-pronged spear in his left hand, which can summon blasts of abyssal energy; and a deep-sea sceptre wrought with jewels and used to club anything that gets too close. His armour resembles a set of scales, topped of by an open-face helm and enormous fanned crest. The most striking feature of both Eidolon models, either of which can be built from this kit is definitely the cloak – representing the unimaginable power of the seas, it is styled as a cascading torrent of ocean water. There are plenty of detailed basing options included, with corals, sea creatures and other detritus from beneath the waves included – you’ll have a lot of spares left over to decorate other Idoneth miniatures. As well as this, an ethereal Stormshoal fights alongside the Eidolonn.

This kit comes as 51 components, and is supplied with a Citadel 100mm Round base. The kit can alternately be used to assemble the Eidolon of Mathlann – Aspect of the Storm.

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