Tuesday, 22 March 2016

Taking a walk on the Warhammer side

I'm not entirely sure when I made this miniature, but I recall it was in the summer of 2013 for a community game of Warhammer Quest. She is based upon a simple dwarf warrior with a space marine falchion. Evidently she is pretty rough-cut compared to my more recent sculpting attempts, but she bears the crested shield of her home and an ancient dwarven runesword.

Rebekah Brokksdotter, known otherwise as Rebekah Bluehair, is the wayward daughter of renowned master engineer Red Brokk Gunnarsson of Barak Varr. When she was born, her hair was as blue as the ocean that surrounded the dwarven sea port, which was perceived to be a good omen. Little did her kin know that Rebekah would grow to be the very spirit of rebellion and freedom. As a youngling she was awe inspired by the non-dwarven travellers that made port with their exotic wares to trade before they sailed off again into the horizon and further adventure. Tired of the constraints of dwarven traditions and expected duty, Rebekah snuck out of Barak Varr whilst her father was out at sea to find her own saga. 

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