So we’ve all seen the beautiful paintjob Andrew Wedmore did on the Berserker Lord by now and, well, he’s got a few new mates to “play” with!

Andrew Wedmore - Berserker Lord

With the last of the core Dwarf plastic sets released last week (culminating in the mighty Dwarf Warhost), we’re looking ahead to September which, alongside the breathtaking new plastic Zombies, see’s the Dwarf King’s Counsel and Dwarf Berserker sets unleashed. Mantic is all about big armies of course so we’ve added two new Troop sets to our website to expand on the Berserker (available to pre-order) and Ironguard (now available to order) sets which lets you add an extra rank of these beautiful sculpts without having to worry about the command bits!

With our trusty journal team in last week and some really cool photography taking place, we couldn’t but help ourselves so got our photographer to take some snaps of these elite metal units. Check out the thumbnails and click to see more!

Dwarf BerserkerIronguard Command

Berserkers and Ironguard aren’t the only units we’ve had painted and photographed however – wait until you see the Dwarf army for Journal 2!

As always, drop us your comments below.


  1. Why do the berserkers look so different from the rest of the dwarves? Different sculptor? Personally I like the berserkers a lot more than the other dwarves (better beards, more proportional mouths and noses, and no hunchback).

  2. I must say that I am inclined to agree with the points made on the first comment, but personally I think they’re all more than excellent miniatures anyway! But heads up anyway Mantic – I actually prefer the big-nosed’uns myself, as it makes them more Dwarves and less Humans Squats!

  3. I just received my Steel Legion army box in the mail, and could not wait to see the beserkers.

    I hate to say I’m actually quite dissapointed. I’d heard that Mantic was going to avoid any scale differences after some issues with the undead range, but the beserkers look like hobbits next to the other dwarfs 🙁

    Otherwise I really like the range, although I personally feel that the Ironguard troops are actually less detailed than the plastics, and remind me of miniatures from 20 years ago.

  4. I want my Beta rules, I want my Beta rules, where are my Beta rules oh where are-re they?

  5. Love these Berserker’s. A question – are they single piece models – or can I mix armes/heads etc. on them – if I’m to do bigger units?

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