Finally I can present to you the finished article, the project long in the making, my Inquisitor and his (semi)loyal retinue! I had a lot of fun making these and I feel ready to plow straight into my next project. More information after some pictures and a bit of loose background.
Magos Aedifexxe IV-3
An immoral exile from a guild of tech worshippers. It finds no fault dealing with the most heinous of technologies, rumoured to have even dealt with Abominable Intelligence. It is as cold and calculating as any machine could possibly be, with a slight hint of mindful spite.
Once a lowly enforcer with an aptitude for finding the vile, until he found too much. He was forcefully reborn with a body of iron to serve loyally by his saviours side. He possesses a conscience, a rare thing in a band of mechanisms and miscreants.
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A ghost in the eyes of the Imperium, this formidable marksman has a horrific Underhive reputation. Removed from his hunting grounds to search and extinguish with unblinking eyes.
The previous interrogator of the late inquisitor Lucien. Whilst none knew of his employment by the respected lord, nobody doubted his allegiance to him after his death by the brandishing of the famous rosette. He gained the powers expected from an inquisitor, to fulfil the tasks set into action by his apparent tutor. But as time went on, and he defined his character, others are beginning to wonder what was so promising to Lucien about this delinquent. He causes anarchy and seeks to undo everything the emperors servants have spent so long maintaining. There are even those amongst his many critics who say that the rosette wasn’t handed down to him willingly at all…
He wears the skull of Lucien on a shrine on his shoulder. Outsiders see this as a sign of respect, but in truth it’s only a reminder of the man who “allowed” him to live the life of an all powerful rogue.
No one is really sure why Inquisitor keeps this around, a direct contradiction to his beliefs. Is it a cowardly attempt to seem faithful, or a deceptive mocking? Does it serve some other purpose?
The embodiment of hypocrisy, this bound psychic hunts the minds of the corrupt. He uses his blessing to find the cursed, and when the bell rings the death sentence is passed.
Now that’s all tied up I’m moving on to new projects, a repugnant warband and something with cloth, decay, gold, blood and smoke. Really my attention should be fully on my Nurgle warband but it’s hard not to be influenced by the growing Pilgrymme project.