Wargames Gallery 9-18-2015 “You’re Trapped In Here WITH ME!”

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“Never bet against Sevatar”

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  • Robomummy

    Always nice to see another well painted Sevatar.

  • Matthew

    I am pretty sure he is going to cry once he finds out what that banshee mask does.

  • euansmith

    “Hang about, guys, I’ve just got to more my staircase over there and then we can continue fighting…”

  • Ebsolom

    Goodbye Sevatar. It was nice knowing you.

  • euansmith

    How was “Sevatar” not the name of a He-man villain?

  • I assume I’m supposed to know something about the dude in the middle that makes him big and scary and worth the Rorschach quote…. but, nope, not against those odds.

    • Aezeal

      Well I read some HH Books so I know Sevatar.. but I don’t know enough about 40K to see why such a strong character should be scared of 3 – unknown to me – single miniatures.
      Are they eldar special characters or something?

      • Majere613

        Short version- all three are Eldar Phoenix Lords and one of them has a mask that makes any enemy within 6″ turn into a dribbling pudding in close combat.

      • Those are three of the Phoenix Lords. They’re basically gods.

        • georgelabour

          Well astartes are basically demi-gods and those sometimes end up punching the lightning bolts and toga folks in the face….

          Or to quote Captain ‘Murica.

          “There’s only on God (emperor) ma’am, and I’m pretty sure he doesn’t dress like that.”

          • Primarchs, maybe. Astartes? Ha, no.

          • georgelabour

            Post human super-warriors who spit acid, live forever until slain, and can learn new skills by eating brains….oh and some of them can turn into monsters or shoot lightning out of their butts.

            Ayep, nothing semi divine about that. Never been a myth about demi-gods who are super strong warriors tasked to do great things by their divine parent…ever.

            Not even ones that define Kevin Sorbo’s career and made Lucy Lawless a lot of money.

          • You’re absolutely right: there is nothing semidivine about that.

          • georgelabour

            Effective immortality, gaining knowledge through ingesting your enemie’s remains, and pooping lightning…

            You know a lot of people who can accomplish that do you? 😛

    • 6Cobra

      No, it’s just that Conrad Curze is the one taking this picture and is about to jump down and join Sevatar.

      You know who Curze is, right?

      • What’s Mr. Cuddles got to do with this?

  • Donald Wendt

    What a strange way to mount Asurmen. It looks like the modeler was trying to simulate wobbly miniature syndrome without making him wobbly. Nicely painted, just weird positioning.

  • dirkspair

    The base allows Sevatar to turn so that two of the PLs are more than 1″ away from his real base. Thus two cannot attack and he can concentrate on one.