Forge World

Forge World is the name of a subsidiary company of Games Workshop run by Tony Cottrell, which designs, moulds, and sells resin models for various Games Workshop games.

Forge World models usually represent rare or variant vehicles, including Super-Heavy tanks, large walking vehicles called "Titans", aircraft, giant monsters, and defensive turrets. Forge World has expanded their line of infantry miniatures as well, introducing models for the Elysian Drop Troopers, Death Korps of Krieg, and Tallarn Desert Raiders. They also sell transfers and model parts that can be used to customise official Citadel miniatures. Many Forge World models require special rules to use (found in the Imperial Armour series of books).

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