Check out Wyrd’s preview of the Bone Pile, two terrifying skeletons in one.
The world of Malifaux is one bound by fate, where life and death bleed over into one anothet, especially with the help of fiendly folks like the Resurrectionists–considered by many to be one of the greatest threats to the world itself. Death has no meaning for them.
Necromancers who dwell in the empty and dangerous places of the world, like the Quarantine Zone, Resurrectionists are masters of reanimating the dead into fearsome monsters under their control. Nothing quite like fighting a former friend who died at their hands and now serves them, to serve as a grim reminder of their eldritch power.
Today we are going to take a look at the Bone Pile from Broken Promises. What is special about it, is this art is not in the new book! This is the first look anyone is getting of it. Let’s learn a little about the Bone Pile.
In the summer of 1906, the Ressurectionist Nicodem raised a horde of zombies and marched on the Guild Enclave. He was defeated, however, and nearly all of his zombies were destroyed by the Death Marshals. In the wake of his attack, corpses became scarce and the other Ressurectionists were forced to open up older tombs and crypts to find new minions. Thus was born Bone Pile.