Relicblade: Shrimp Harpooner

These Shrimp Harpooners continue the ‘more teams!’ trend. I love these guys so much.

Shrimp Harpooner (spear out)

If you told me I needed shrimp miniatures, I’m not sure I’d believe you. But you’d be right. These guys are even more awesome than the gilblins. And fish gobbos are pretty rad.

Shrimp Harpooner (spear up)

You might think they’d dry out on land. But you’re wrong. They’re too cool for that.

Shrimp Harpooner team

Relicblade: Lone Guard Watchmen

We first saw the team mechanic with the Gilblin Fishers. Now it’s time for the advocate to get some.

Lone Guard Watchman (axe)

I like that both have bows and axes on them, although each is wielding one of them. It reflects their stat cards nicely, while adding a nice variety within the team.

Lone Guard Watchman (bow)

I gave them gray-brown cloaks to better differentiate them from their more elite counterparts. They’ll earn their colors when they graduate.

Lone Guard Watchmen (team)

Relicblade: Temple of Justice (2021)

Part of the latest Relicblade Kickstarter was resculpting some of the oldest models. So here we have new versions of the Temple of Justice.

Questing Knight (2021)

The Questing Knight was my favorite of the original bunch. At first I wasn’t too sure about the new one. But the detail on the armor won me over.

Cleric of Justice (2021)

I totally dig these dragonmen. Give me more.

Spirit Weapon (2021)

Last time I painted the whole weapon as if it were made of spirit magic. This time, I decided it was a (relatively) normal weapon, being used by magic.

Thief (2021)

The rogue was my least favorite of the original set, at least in part due to my paint job. So why did I choose the same color scheme? Oh well, at least the shoes and kneepads are more different than the skin.

Temple of Justice (2021)