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September 1st, 2017 7 comments

Warlord Games Fisher King Promotional Model

Warlord Games Doctor Who figures are available to order from

Free Fisher King model if you spend over £75.

The Fisher king was an alien warlord who, in the 20th century, conquered Tivoli, ruling the subservient population for ten years until his apparent death.

His body was transported to 1980s Earth by funeral director Albar Prentis, but he was not dead, simply waiting inside a status chamber to be recovered by his people.

He turned humanoids into ‘ghosts’ which transmitted co-ordinates to Earth so that he could be tracked and rescued. He was trapped and killed by a flood, the result of the Doctor blowing up a nearby dam.

Categorised under: 38mm Warlord Games, Collectables


  • The Monitor

    September 1st, 2017 - 8:40pm

    MickeySmith07. Along Elm Grove, eastern end, there is a gaming shop which got six of everything in earlier this year. It is called A Fistful of Dice. Not been there for a few months, but last time, there was plenty left.

    Thanks all for responses.

    • MickeySmith07

      September 1st, 2017 - 8:54pm

      Awesome thanks 🙂 I’ll pop in there Sunday and see if they have any

  • Borg

    September 1st, 2017 - 7:18pm

    I don’t get these… are they used in a miniatures game?

    • Anonymous

      September 1st, 2017 - 7:54pm

      Yes, the rules are available on their website for free if you are curious.

  • The Monitor

    September 1st, 2017 - 6:03pm

    Excellent link Booboo. Excellent growing range Warlord Games…

    I have bought all the sets I have found mostly in one shop in Portsmouth and initially in a shop in Reading.

    With all the new sets that no shop seem willing to stock (and I can sympathise with them to some extent), I feel I have no option but to buy direct.

    Luckily there is £85 worth I can get to qualify for this marvellous freeby.

    Anyone have any comments about the buying process, who delivers it and the packaging. All are as important to me as the product themselves. If the boxes were damaged in a shop I would simply not buy it as recently with the funko Clara that was damaged in FPI – why spend £15 on a figure in a damaged box. I never open anything other than Big Finish CDs, so the packaging is more important than the contents.

    • MickeySmith07

      September 1st, 2017 - 6:23pm

      Where in portsmouth have you found them as I’ve been looking for a while now?

    • Anonymous

      September 1st, 2017 - 8:01pm

      They use the Royal Mail for standard delivery (which is free over £30) so judge based on your local experience of their service.

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