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Again, some washed out photos due to the lack of lighting during the winter storm, but I recently finished a bunch of Cultists.

I built them with the idea of using them in both Frostgrave as random encounters or a warband, and as Cult of the Possessed in Mordheim.

First we have some character types:

 

The Magister/Wizard:

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The Apprentice:

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The Mutants:

 

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Darksouls/Barbarians:

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And the group:

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I would have been SOOO tempted to paint those bad guy cultist hoods white! :)

 

Very cool work, it's great to see the theme progress through each of the types.

 

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Great stuff! Can you tell me where you got the huge spiked mace that first barbarian has?

Sure!

 

The arm and haft itself are the Chaos Marauder Standard Bearer arm, with the bottom iron band moved to the top.  The spiked head itself is from the Beastmen Gor set...I believe both versions have it, though it may only be from the 6th edition combined Gor/Ungor box.

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Great stuff! Can you tell me where you got the huge spiked mace that first barbarian has?

Sure!

 

The arm and haft itself are the Chaos Marauder Standard Bearer arm, with the bottom iron band moved to the top.  The spiked head itself is from the Beastmen Gor set...I believe both versions have it, though it may only be from the 6th edition combined Gor/Ungor box.

 

 

Thanks - great conversions; off to seek the weapon out now....

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Very cool!

I like the conversions you did, they make for a pretty cool (and slightly disturbing) warband.

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