Gloomspite Gits and Fellwater Troggoths for Sale

I’ve been quiet as of late, but with the release of the new Gloomspite army book for Age of Sigmar, it’s time for me to start cleaning out the old garage. For those of you long time readers, you may recall the massive commission painting experiment I underwent a few years back with night goblins. In total, I had 800ish goblins to get painted, but that eventually fell through the cracks.

I don’t have any real intent to ever go back and paint these, or even to play Warhammer Fantasy again, so now is as good a time as any to get rid of them.

My loss is your gain. Right now, you can find all sorts of goblins for sale: night goblins, fanatics, spider riders, trolls (both river and stone), an arachnarok, snotlings, pump wagons, wyverns, etc.

For those of you newfangled folks, that means Gloomspite gits, spiderfang models, troggoths (fellwater and um.. stonecut?). Clearly, I don’t know all of the new names.

You can view them all on ebay at the link below:

https://www.ebay.com/sch/litlamzetiv/m.html?

To make things palatable, I didn’t put all of the auctions up this week. Let me be clear though, this is most of them, but I’m holding back at least a few for the next iteration. With this in mind, if you’re looking for something, feel free to shoot me a message. Most of what I have in reserve are blocks of 40 goblins with spears, or 40 goblins with bows. I also have some more of the Battle For Skull Pass teepee’s as well, plus some older 4th edition era goofy goblins and doom divers.

Otherwise, please go check out my auctions on ebay and see if there’s anything that tickles your fancy!

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By warhammer39999 Posted in Ebay

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