In a heroic past, the ultimate evil -- a fallen angel whose black heart covets all -- conjures up nightmares to make war on the noble creations of the Gods.
The evil one's minions include endless columns of vicious Orcs who befoul the earth -- hordes of close combat warriors, supported by pikemen and archers, led by powerful veteran captains and commanded by huge generals wielding cudgels of ironwood, the symbol of Orc domination. Wickedly intelligent Pit-wolves course in packs on the flanks of the Orc legions, some ridden by Orcs.
Some men, arrived from the East, have been deluded by the Great Enemy to changes sides and pursue his dark aims. Lied to and enslaved, these Evil Men of the East are shunned by those mannish tribes who remained true to the Children of the Light.
More terrifying still are the Wights, heroes of old buried with armour and weapons in barrows, whose spirits are cruelly manipulated and driven to war by the Great Enemy, for we are told that necromancy is his province.
At the pinnacle of these hordes is the Great Enemy himself, bearing his huge hammer ensorcelled with spells of ruin. His trusted commanders include the wicked worm The Golden Deceiver, whose armour is thicker than ten shields and whose flame breath can reduce entire units to ash, but whose greatest weapon is a keen, cynical intellect. Scrabbling along in consort with the Golden Deceiver are the Beasts of the Great Enemy, poisonous carapaced montrosities crawling out from the darkest crevices in the underworld.
The Golden Deceiver is a one-piece resin casting. The Great Enemy was sculpted by Tom Meier, is the size of a 28mm figurine and has a spare head and arm so it may be given a flaming sword and the helmet of the First Lieutenant of the Great Enemy, the Lord of Werewolves.
Please note that the Beasts of the Great Enemy are giant scorpions and are cast flat, meaning that their legs and tails can be posed when carefully bent. Please exercise care with the posing as we cannot replace broken pieces. Careful, gradual bending should work fine.