Kill Team Rogue Trader: The Gellerpox Infected

The Blanche is strong with this one.

As a fan of Warhammer 40k since it was called Rogue Trader, I have found the new direction of the post-Kirby era GW to be uplifting and with the release of many interesting minis I have begun spending money on them again.

Kill Team: Rogue Trader is one such set I have bought recently.

The Gellerpox Infected are the “bad guys” of the set. Formerly crewmembers and shipboard vermin that have been granted some of Grandfather Nurgles gifts (you know, the ones that keep on giving!) and have …evolved.


The leader:


Vulgrar Thrice-Cursed.  A multi-limbed monstrosity with a belly-flamer and fleshripper claws. Seems to be made up of the former chief engineer, the junior engineer, the engineers’ mate, and the boiler as the starship is steam-powered(!?)


The three plague hulks:


Gnasher-Screamer. Formerly the ship’s cook and galley crew.



Big Spike. aka brundlerhinofly



The Writher. aka the seafoodman


The 3 Vox-Shamblers


Grummax, Puglox and the Herg


The Glitchlings


Diminutive Daemons of Nurgle featuring diseased claws and fangs


The Eyestinger Swams


Mutoid vermin with spawning barbs


The Sludge-Grubs


“Small” writhing maggots who attack with fanged maw, stinger and acid spit


The Cursemites


Insectoid horrors each with a bloodsucking proboscis


I wish GW could keep releasing sets like this with wonderfully varied set of monstrous mutants! I know it is not going to happen, but still. Love ’em!



The Gellerpox Infected

from the Kill Team: Rogue Trader set

Chaos Nurgle faction

Warhammer 40k & Kill Team

HIPS plastic

40mm and 25mm bases.



The Tally so far:


Finished from the stash: 195

Finished minis in total this year: 321 / 365 (target one for each day on average – Three weeks and 44 minis to go…

(Finished from the Bobby Box: 126  / 126   (+13 / 13 casualties, small animals etc) Just 0 left to do! FINISHED AT LAST!)


January: 59

February: 24

March: 62

April: 34

May: 25

June: 12

July: 0

August: 7

September: 3

Orctober: 29

November: 38

December: 27

Categories: Citadel, Polystyrene plastic, Warhammer 40kTags: , , , ,

1 comment

  1. They look completely fantastic mate! I should really get started on these figures myself and seeing yours done so nicely here makes me want to bump them up in the queue 👍

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Tom Trussel

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