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Ahoy there! Mutiny on the high seas with Orc Pirate Miniatures. Who will be Nest to walk the plank in these great models from We Print Miniatures?

Unaware that it could get electrocuted at any moment, Radford Griffin Goblin from Pirate Buccaneers has decided to mount an underwater expedition to saw open a few treasure chests. Less likely to be adorned with gold chains than a coffin lid, Radford Griffin enjoys taking risks but is this one too many?

Foam hand at the ready, Zigzag Wahl Goblin from Pirate Buccaneers is giving it large for the team. Sitting on top of a treasure chest, it has tried to look inside but is hampered by the missing arm and not so useful hook. Likely to go wild after the match if its players are on the losing side. Be very wary of the contents of that chest.

Glamorous Tina Reks Orc Cheerleader 1 from Pirate Buccaneers has helped herself to a starfish and a shell to preserve her modesty as she takes to the pitch to cheer the Pirate Buccaneers on. Unfortunately, one of the pom poms has ended up on her head, making it look ridiculous. But Tina Reks isn't a fun figure, as your enemies will find out if they laugh.

Stand by everyone, it's Dexter Hayhurst Goblin from Pirate Buccaneers to the rescue! Zooming down to earth on a parachute made out of knotted sheets, Dexter Hayhurst is well kitted out with goggles and an airman's suit. Carrying a ship's wheel on its back, this is one pirate who is ready to take over the vessel, it will be a captain in a jiffy.

A character with hidden talents, Newcomb Nutlea Goblin from Pirate Buccaneers has been left with all the work by its fellow pirates and is feeling pretty annoyed as a result. A skull and crossbones fastening its belt, Newcomb Nutlea is outclassed by its luggage, the shield might be an asset, but only if it doesn't topple over. Likely to be first in line for a pay rise demand!

A savage looking individual who really is as fearsome and disgusting as it appears. That's Remington Yulis Orc Thrower from Pirate Buccaneers. A jaunty hat adorned with a skull and crossbones is just the start. Watch while Remington Yulis lobs a ball-like grenade in your enemy's direction. This pirate doesn't like being called Stumpy, it's a reminder of a past battle it would prefer to forget. 

A massive octopus slapped on its face, Corwin Ymo Orc Star Player from Pirate Buccaneers is very familiar with the deep. Nothing holds any fear when you can't see where you are or where you are going. Slightly protected with one shoulder pad of spiked horns, Corwin Ymo is likely to lash out with one of those octopus tentacles. 

These Orc Pirate Miniatures are provided in 32mm scale and as originally designed by their creators, this is their artistic work without addition or alteration, forming a fascinating collection that you can now own at home. 

Our miniatures are not toys and are unsuitable for children under 15 years of age. Please wear a mask if sanding or cutting resin miniatures.