I picked up these treemen from the Impact Miniatures booth at Adepticon. Most of the chibis I’ve shown on the site are from this booth. I selected these models as monsters for Relicblade, though they’d be at home in just about any fantasy setting.
Relicblade has an illustrative style, a few steps down the path towards comic books. It’s one of the aspects that really draw me to the game. I thought these models had a similar approach.
Assembling them was a pain. They came in a soft resin which didn’t take to being sanded. The torso came as four separate pieces (front, back, sides) that didn’t fit together particularly well. It was quite a challenge to get them to stick together, in shape, without major gaps. I failed at the last, a few blobs of green stuff saved the day.
I’d love for Relicblade to have more official monster models, but in the meantime these guys fill in nicely.
Relicblade’s Pack Yak objective marker continues my tradition of sillyloaded down models.
One of the missions in the Relicblade Seeker’s Handbook is the Pack Yak escort. Really it could be a simple marker, but luckily enough there’s an official Pack Yak objective. I passed on it when I first bought into Relicblade, but am happy I was able to correct that oversight.