Much like the minotaur, I picked up this guy as a cool big model. I don’t have much intention of playing any Warcry, but giant death machines are always fun.
I picked up these models years ago as part of a Kickstarter. It’s been sitting a box since then, waiting for its time. That time is now.
I didn’t really have much of a plan when buying, other than it being a cool model. It’s big, towering over its 50mm base. I have used it as a proxy for Nero in Arena Rex, and will find a way to shoehorn it into Relicblade.
As I recall, the head was a stretch goal. I’m thinking of a scenario where you have to defeat the bull, then bring the head back. Or maybe just defend it.
Here we are at the last of the latest Relicblade Kickstarter, the Gnome Magister. Of course, it took me long enough that now there are some new Paragon models. But that is for the future.
The Magic Carpet is a mount, so technically the Magister could be mounted on the Shadowfox or Ibex. I decided to skip the magnetizing thing for this time. At some point I hope to buy another and convert the legs to better fit on one of those creatures.
I always struggle with fire, especially large amounts of it. I tried to bring some smoke into it, but the result is just dark.
Otherwise I like the bit of diversity between this and the Water Element Construct. Though give the history of unusual magic types (geomancer, bibliothecary, botanist), I hope the next one is something like an Acid Elemental, or Mud Elemental, or Time Elemental.