Narvia the Acolyte

The very eagle-eyed reader may have spotted that, in amongst the various blue horrors I showed last month was this evil little chap.

Tzeentch Horrors Wudugast ConvertOrDie Chaos (5)Tzeentch Horrors Wudugast ConvertOrDie Chaos (7)

Personally I wouldn’t have known him from any other blue horror but anyone who’s a Warhammer Underworld’s aficionado might recognise him as a member of the Eyes of the Nine, the Tzeentchian warband from a couple of seasons ago. Mostly I bought the set for the leader, Vortemis the All-Seeing, one of the coolest looking Tzeentchian sorcerers ever made in my opinion. For those not familiar with him, here’s what the studio model looks like.

Vortemis the All-Seeing

The way I saw it, I was buying Vortemis and getting a bunch of other models free, and as the price for the set wasn’t too painful on the wallet that was something I was happy to do. Now as it happens I’m still to paint Vortemis but I did have one of his acolytes, Narvia, sitting on the painting desk – and as Narvia is a lady and therefore qualifies for Fembruary this seemed like a fine moment to get her finished.

Kairic Acolyte Narvia Tzeentch Warhammer Wudugast (1)Kairic Acolyte Narvia Tzeentch Warhammer Wudugast (3)Kairic Acolyte Narvia Tzeentch Warhammer Wudugast (4)Kairic Acolyte Narvia Tzeentch Warhammer Wudugast (2)

I gave her a dark skintone to help her stand out from the other Kairic Acolytes I’ve already painted (and because, speaking personally, I think she looks damn good that way). All being well I’ll remember this when I get around to assembling and painting her frenemy Turosh, the other Kairic Acolyte in the Eyes of the Nine set, and paint him the same way.

Kairic Acolyte Narvia Tzeentch Warhammer Wudugast (5)

For those worrying about what’s happened to my Tzeentchian cabal that I was working on back in January fear not, I’ll be getting back to them as soon as Fembruary is over. For now however I’m enjoying my marathon charge through all the unpainted ladies who’ve been waiting for attention on the desk.


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