The Great Unclean Ones, Nurgle’s most formidable daemons, dominate the battlefield with their towering presence, wielding rusted weapons, spewing vile filth, and casting disease-ridden spells upon their enemies. These terrifying beings crush their foes with immense swords and flails, while others summon fresh daemons or unleash devastating outbreaks of magical plague.
This multi-part plastic kit allows you to assemble a truly repugnant Great Unclean One model that embodies its grotesque nature. Its rotting flesh reveals twisted intestines beneath, showcasing its corpulence. You have the option to choose between two heads: one adorned with symmetrical antlers and a wicked grin, and another cyclopean head with a sinister daemon tongue. For its weaponry, you can equip it with a massive bilesword or a doomsday bell in the right hand, and a large bileblade or plague flail in the left hand – a ghastly weapon consisting of three skulls attached to heavy chains. The kit also includes six Nurglings, adding extra details to the model.
Embrace the revolting power of the Great Unclean One and unleash its formidable presence on the tabletop. Whether you choose to build it as a centerpiece or incorporate it into your Nurgle-themed army, this kit offers a wealth of customization options to create a truly grotesque and awe-inspiring model. Let your creativity flow as you assemble and paint this embodiment of Nurgle’s might!
What’s in the Great Unclean One box
- x59 plastic components that make The Great Unclean One which can be added to both Warhammer 40,000 and Warhammer Age of Sigmar armies, and the kit can optionally be used to assemble the special character Rotigus.
- x1 Citadel 130mm Round base
How to paint the Great Unclean One set
- Step 1: Basecoat
Apply a basecoat of Death Guard Green to the entire model using a large brush.
- Step 2: Wash
Apply a wash of Agrax Earthshade to the recesses and crevices of the model to add depth and enhance the rotting flesh effect.
- Step 3: Highlights
Using a drybrush technique, apply a layer of Warpstone Glow to the raised areas of the model to create highlights and emphasize the texture of the decaying flesh.
- Step 4: Details
Paint the various details on the model. For the armor, use Leadbelcher for the metallic parts and Balthasar Gold for any decorative elements. For the weapons, use Brass Scorpion for a corroded look or Rakarth Flesh for bone-like effects. Paint the Nurglings with a basecoat of Loren Forest and highlight with Straken Green.
- Step 5: Decay Effects
Apply a wash of Nurgle’s Rot or Athonian Camoshade to certain areas to create a slimy or oozy appearance. Use Nuln Oil or Drakenhof Nightshade for cracks or peeling skin effects.
- Step 6: Final Touches
Apply a coat of Ardcoat to areas that require a glossy or wet look. Optionally, add blood splatters using Blood for the Blood God or weathering effects with Typhus Corrosion. You can also add freehand symbols using colors like Screamer Pink or Sotek Green.