Earth Shaker – The Dead God’s Platform


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Earth Shaker – The Dead God’s Platform. The vibrations in the ground often give the enemies of the Tenoch good reason to flee… the Earth Shaker has been pulled from the depths of the Culhuacan swamps and trained from birth to follow the Tenoch and only them – even the Enhanced Warriors troops live in fear of these beasts as they have been purposely kept in their thrall… The Dead God is often carried around a battlefield on its own platform surrounded by the Palace Guard. The roadways of the Tenoch, those that they found when they fell from space in past aeons, have been mostly reinforced to allow travel across the empire by these beasts. The Tenoch Mahout controls the lumbering beast with consummate skill, having been imprinted to the creature since its birth.

The Dead God is worshipped by the Tenoch who will gladly die in its honour. He was found slumbering and in pieces, a vanquished creature from an earlier time. He awaits blood offerings from his supplicants and allows the Shaman of the Tenoch to utilise its powers.

The Dead God was sculpted by Kev Adams. The howdah set was sculpted by Philip Page.  The triceratops figure is manufactured by the German company, Shleich. All suitable for Oldhammer gaming and collecting.

The Triceratops can be purchased separately here;

Components of Earth Shaker – The Dead God’s Platform – the Dead God and the howdah are cast in resin, the triceratops is in plastic and the Tenoch miniatures in white metal. The set includes both the triceratops and 4 of the Palace Guard. If these are not wanted please email me and I will sort out a special order at a reduced price.

Please Note:
We supply all models in The Tenoch range unpainted and without bases.
 The resin howdah components and the Dead God should be washed to remove any mould residue before fitting it together using superglue or similar. Some cleaning up may be required before construction (do a dry run first to ensure you end up with a good fit) and moving on to undercoating etc.
White metal miniatures are not toys and contain lead.

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