Wednesday, December 7, 2011

Hit 'Em Hard

In the previous post, you've met the defensive aspect of Kravin's Inquisition. Now, you'll catch glimpses of the offensive side. They're not exactly your typical humans, as their sheer raw abilities have surpassed the mighty Astartes. However, such great power is what you should always expect from any Inquisition force; puritan and radical. They will not hold anything back.

Dark Mechanicum Arco-Flagellants

Those above are just a tip of the iceberg. The amount of pain that they can dish out even put some Wolf Lords to shame. And have I mentioned that with Kravin around, they're scoring units too? But, enough of the lobotomized killing automatons. These pictured below are the actual heavy hitters, the ones that redefine the words 'slaughter' and 'overkill'; the same ones that forced the Sanguinary Guards into retirement in the previous Ghemehaal campaign. Given their status as assassins, the value of having these pictures is like a diamond among coal.

Eversor Assassin

Death Cult Assassins

That would be all for the Kravin's Inquisitorial infantry. There were rumours of psykers, servitors, and xenos also being part of his force, however there were no proof yet to support these rumours. Pictured below is a sneak preview of a future post.


  1. I like your picture concept for Eversor Assassin ... black and white photo accentuating the interplay between light and dark shadows, with the assassin lurking in the background. Consider the idea copied =)

  2. Dude, the last picture is literally more than meets the eye, LOL. Kudos for the great conversion... dig it!

    Just a suggestion, maybe you can consider add some yellow and black construction strips on the metal color part to break monotony of the overall color scheme?

    I am certainly lookin forward for the next post!

  3. Nice pics dude! Are any of these recently finished, or are they existing stuff from Kravin's force?

  4. @deathkorps:well..I can't really say recent, since they're finished during the Ghemehaal, it's up to your definition of recent..

    @me: hazard lines aren't my thing..however, I do agree that it looked slightly 'empty'..perhaps some freehand on the armour would do it..

    @FEM: no problem :)