This box contains everything you need to make 2 Harlequin Skyweavers, each with a pilot and pillion rider. Each Skyweaver is armed with a shuriken cannon and mirage launcher, the shuriken cannon can be replaced with a haywire cannon. The pillion riders can each be armed with either star bolas or a zephyrglaive, and there are five heads with space to add one of 7 individually designed masks for both the pilots and pillion riders, as well as one completely masked head.
To complete the Skyweaver there are a choice of 4 different mask designs which can be modelled either flat to the bonnet or raised to reveal the targeting equipment beneath.
This multi-part plastic kit contains 84 components with which to make a 2 Harlequin Skyweavers. Also included are 2 large flying bases and a Harlequins transfer sheet.
-A Harlequin, known in the Aeldari Lexicon as a Rillietann, is a member of a very distinct sub-group of the Aeldari species who belongs to none of the existing Aeldari factions, including the Craftworld Asuryani, the Exodites or the Drukhari. They are the keepers of the Black Library and serve the enigmatic Aeldari deity called the Laughing God.
The Harlequins see no distinction between art and war, and their outlook can best be explained by reference to the legend of the Fall; one of their self-appointed duties is to keep this legend alive through their performances. The central figure of Harlequin belief is Cegorach, the Great Harlequin -- also known as the Laughing God.
None truly know how this strange being survived the birth of Slaanesh where the other Aeldari gods did not. However, every Harlequin is firm in the belief that Cegorach escaped into the bounds of the Webway, existing there still behind myriad disguises and mocking She Who Thirsts from behind the veil.
The Laughing God is the only authority that the Harlequins recognise, and their every deed is thought to be in furtherance of his own inscrutable agenda. Harlequins are undeniably part of the Aeldari species, yet they owe no allegiance to any given Craftworld or Kabal.
These enigmatic warriors are often credited with supernatural powers, and many amongst both Asuryani and Drukhari society believe that the Harlequins know most, if not all, of the secret paths through the endless maze of the Webway.
They are welcomed by all of the other Aeldari factions, including the Drukhari of Commorragh and the Webway, and are known for their brightly coloured clothing, incredible agility (even for an Aeldari), and use of unusually powerful weapons. Harlequins always organise themselves into groups they call Troupes, which are led by a Troupe Master.
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