There is power in words and numbers, incantations and arcane numerology and nobody knows it better than the worshippers of the Dark Gods. The unholy number seven of Nurgle, and the preachers of this doctrine are the Tallymen. Part demagogues, part priests, part metaphysical scribes and quartermasters, these fermenting and festering zealots festooned with the trappings of their strange craft, reams of parchment, crawling with tallies of seven in a strange, crabbed hand stride to battle, counting the horrors inflicted on the Death Guard’s foes.
This multi-part plastic kit contains the parts to assemble Scribbus Wretch, a Death Guard Tallyman. This is a particularly unpleasant model, even for Death Guard, with a morbid focus gleefully counting and cataloguing misfortune, in the crook of his left arm he carries a massive ream of paper on a clipboard in his right a bone stylus to add to his tallies. From his back there hangs a strange apparatus that ends in a tentacle grasping an abacus. The beads, of this abacus reveal, upon closer inspection, themselves as skulls. His armour, as one would expect from the Death Guard, is covered in corrosion, boils and Nurgle icons, with him one finds a Nurgling, carrying extra ink and paper. Scribbus Wretch stands atop a pile of books of which he is the author, chronicling his atrocities.
The kit comes as 8 components, and is supplied with a Citadel 40mm Round base and requires assembly and painting.