The Pilgrym

The Pilgrym Game

Good day, First of all, thank you! Thank you for your support, enthusiasm and feedback over what has been an incredible 7 month journey. A collaborative celebration of the Games Workshop hobby and a platform for incredible miniatures to come to life. A full battle report to come in time. I think I speak for […]

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The Pilgrym, XX

Hydra Dominatus in the Underhive

Hello, The inter webs just ate a lengthy musing on what this project has become to mean to me – probably for the better. I had tried to describe the entire Epicness that Pilgrym has grown to be and detail how much I’ve loved working on the ghost legion. There is a style developing here. Years […]

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Whirlwind Design

I thought I had a clear vision to move forward with my Red Corsair army project. Guess I was wrong. I got some bits from Mikko yesterday in a mail and had to work something out of them. After a quick blue tac session something may be useful was born… Meet the Daemon Hunter Baccus, warped pariah, […]

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Vlka Fenryka

Vlka Fenryka – Thrar Wargjeger

Fenrys Hjolda! Thrar Wargjeger, The Wolf Guard Scout leader and two Kaerls of the Wyrd. Tasked by the Runepriests and Jarl Gorevlkeae to travel from the Aett to build the Aversion poles and to protect the world spirit against the Malificarum.

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Inquisitor Valon

Hounds of Valon – WIP #1

Good evening! I decided to put my Red Corsair project to side for a moment and catch some waves with another project of mine – Inquisitor Valon‘s hunt party. Now some of you who have followed my earlier blog might remember Isaac Valon, the hero who was born in a whim of inspiration rather than […]

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Vlka Fenryka – Wyrd in Progress

“He had finished what he’d been doing with the feathers and the trinkets from his pouch. He cupped them in his hands, blew on them, and then threw his hands up. Something black fluttered away into the canopy. Hawser heard its noisy wings. He got the brief impression of a raven, even though he knew no […]

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