These Nighthaunts form the
other side of the two-player Underworlds starter box. Unlike the their Nightvault friends, Drepur’s Wraithcreepers is a tight four-model warband.
Grodrig the Lance
Most of them have these long halberds, which is annoying when it comes to putting them in foam.
I decided to keep in color scheme with the Briar Queen set, so it would fit together if I wanted to do Warcry or something.
The Underworlds bases are always neat. In these ghosts case, it helps to give them the floaty look.
I found the two-player Underworlds starter on the clearance shelf at the local hobby shop. I couldn’t say no.
Aphus the Brave
Of course it includes some Stormcast. But shockingly enough, it’s not a three-model warband. This one has four!
other Stormcast Underworlds warbands, I used Turbo Dork color shift paint for the armor. This way I can (in theory, at least) put them all together in a Warcry game or something and have them fit in.
The color shift is pretty subtle once dullcoted, but it’s still in there somewhere.
Storm of Celestus
It’s time for some more hobby popcorn in the form of Underworlds.
This group of vampire will happily come and relieve you of your excess blood.
Gorath the Enforcer
Their skin turned out more blue than I think I intended, but I’m still on board.
Ennias is my favorite of the group.
Vellas von Faine
That hair must take undying ages to get ready for battle.
I’ve actually started playing Underworlds more often, so this hobby habit is slightly less ridiculous. I should probably work through the boxes I have before I get more, though.
Khagra the Usurper
The Khagra set is a nice group of chaos folks that aren’t too deeply weird. They’re just guys with cool helmets.
I wish Mr Cragan here was unhelmed. Then you could really see how dour he is.
This is a nice beefy shield.
Okay, somebody had to have weird growths. But even Zarshai here is only modestly mutated.