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Here is Hhlal'al, Thrall Queen of the Hhlict, a new faction I'm developing for my 15mm worlds in my head. The Hhlict are a hive race with a gestalt consciousness. The Queen is the CPU. In this case, it is literal. Hhlal'al and her soldiers are brokered out by parties unknown to the highest bidder. She has been heavily cybered and under orbital control whenever she takes to the battlefield. A Meerkat engineer unit is included for scale and/or dinner.
From The Worlds In My Head: Legions of the Spark. True sentient AI is impossible without a soul. An eon ago, the First Ones created a robotic servitor race and harvested whole Silmn worlds to give them just enough self awareness to be effective. That was before Unit One was noticed by a Crystalspace entity who elevated Unit One to full sentient and enabled him to do the same for his fellows. The robot rebellion was swift and lethal. They took with them all the factories, programming centers and a warehouse full of harvested souls - The Spark, without which they were senseless automata.
These were painted over this past weekend's painting binge - see that thread for WIPs and such. The figures are predominantly plastic WW2 figures from Wargames Factory, but with arms, heads, weapons and kit all mixed around. The idea was to represent a well trained but spottily-supplied standing army for a frontier world contested by two other alien powers in the endless war between the Nathi and Silmn.. Painting was as follows: -white prime -brown ink all over -red ink on the helmets and kit -black ink on everything but the trousers -black on weapons and boots -light drybrush whit
In The Worlds In My Head, there exist two elemental races with a common creation myth and an undying enmity: The Nathi (hereafter referred to as the "Elemental Nathi") and the Silmn. Both humanoid, the Elemental Nathi body was a black light-eating metal and you felt rather than saw their features. The Silmn were creatures of exquisite beauty with bodies of crystalline flesh - appearing as normal humans made of translucent frosted glass. Centuries of war were, of course, inevitable as the races spread across the galaxy and finally met Humanity. There now exists a loose confederation of Hu