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Old Man

Last weekend our family went to visit my wife’s childhood home at Hallapuro, which means frost creek in English. It’s a small farm in the middle of nowhere, basically surrounded by thrilling forests with wild life and such. I had my drawing equipment with me and decided to put my freetime in good use. This […]

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Curse of the Alabaster, XX

Kingdom of Fear

  The tendency to aggression is an innate, independent, instinctual disposition in man… it constitutes the powerful obstacle to culture. – Sigismund Freud, Ancient Terran +++ Remade. Refaced. Reborn.  At the darkest hour, we slip in the hive to hunt them. Every night.  We hunt nightmares. Every morning we come back and we dream of […]

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Curse of the Alabaster

Flashbacks and futures

I had such a great hobby weekend. Managing to paint and build a bunch, and introducing my nearly seven year old son to playing Warhammer 40k. He has been asking for years and now was the perfect time. It was an absolute blast to witness his sheer excitement and joy and I had missed playing […]

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Curse of the Alabaster, XX

Between Rogues

“All power demands sacrifice… and pain” a Librarian of the XXth “It should be noted that although Rogue Traders are shipmasters who travel the vastness of space, their authority to do so comes not from a Merchant Charter, but rather a letter of appointment that elevates them to the authority equalling Space Marine Chapter Masters, Inquisitors and Planetary Governors[1a] Some of the […]

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The Pilgrym

The Pilgrym on display at Warhammer World!

Some collections of miniatures stop you in your tracks. The special combination of attention to detail in conversion, technical ability in painting and overall concept all come together to create something admirable. What makes The Pilgrym even more impressive, is that it was a seven month collaborative project undertaken by friends from around the world. […]

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Curse of the Alabaster, XX

With the Masked King

Massive, hidden double doors, each a full height section of the bookshelf wall of the library gently recessed with a solid thud that reminded me of an airlock, and then opened slowly and majestically. Believe me, we were freaked out by then, ready to lose our shit, and out of the darkness this lady sort […]

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Curse of the Alabaster

Tarantus Adeptus Arbites

It had been 56 days since the Alabaster catastrophe.  In the initial days following the incident, planetary officials had hoped that the local Arbites precincts, coupled with the standing Astra Militarum forces, would be able reestablish order in the devastated hive city.  Such was not the case, and the situation continued to spiral into Warp-addled […]

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Cyberhagge

The aftershock of the Pilgrym finale is finally starting to fade even in this distant corner of the planet. I still haven’t been able to handle a single miniature since the Summer though. Meanwhile I have been exploring other mediums – the traditional pen and paper.

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