Warhammer 40K - World Eaters Exalted Eightbound (43-72)
- Mutated butchering Elites for your World Eaters army
- Builds three Exalted Eightbound or Eightbound, deadly warriors warped by a daemonic octet
- Carve through armour with chainfists, eviscerators, and plenty of build options
The Eightbound are World Eaters possessed by an octet of Khornate daemons, all warring for dominance – but some amongst their ranks achieve a form of apotheosis, as their mortal soul conquers and merges with the daemonic presences that share its body. Heavily mutated by their long possession, these Exalted Eightbound face no internal competition for control, and so exhibit a purer and more focused rage – one that is directed entirely at their foes.
This multipart plastic kit builds three Exalted Eightbound – monstrously mutated fiends fielded by the World Eaters. These daemonic warriors resemble a foul evolution of Khorne Berzerkers, from their swollen muscles to their warped biomechanical armour. Each of the Exalted Eightbound wields a grinding chainfist fused to their body, with a massive eviscerator chain weapon held in their other hand. You can also build an Eightbound Champion, who can instead be armed with a pair of mutated chainfists, or a two-handed heavy chainglaive.
The kit is loaded with interchangeable and cosmetic components, including optional spikes, different designs for chest plates, shoulder pads, and power packs, the ability to mix in less mutated parts, and the option to build your Exalted Eightbound with bare torsos. There's enough variety to make each Exalted Eightbound pack unique, and fill your bits box with extras. This kit can alternatively build three Eightbound, a less mutated squad of daemonic World Eaters.
This kit comprises 88 plastic components – a truly auspicious number – and is supplied with 3x Citadel 40mm Round Bases. Also included is a World Eaters Transfer Sheet, with 200 transfers featuring Khornate symbols, runic tattoos, eight-pointed stars, skulls, and variations on the World Eaters Legion icon. These miniatures are supplied unpainted and require assembly – we recommend using Citadel Plastic Glue and Citadel Colour paints.