Tuesday, May 21, 2024

By the Power of Graveskul

In the desolate landscapes, where the echoes of ancient battles still resonate, a formidable figure stands, surrounded by the remnants of chaos. Black Vasken, an ever-living chaos lord, commanding a warband that defies convention, boasting an eclectic mix of followers, from a Khorne Sniper to a dedicated blacksmith and a skilled cook...


Black Vasken's tale begins with his resurrection for the whims of chaos, a knight brought back from the abyss of death. Clad in ethereal armor, he leads his Chaos Knights with an air of otherworldly authority.

Surrounding Black Vasken are the unsung heroes of his warband - an unconventional mix that reflects the unpredictable nature of chaos. Among them is a blacksmith, toiling away at chaos-forged weapons that mirror the unpredictable and destructive forces at play. A skilled cook ensures that even in the midst of chaos, the warband is well-fed, for chaos knows no schedule.

 Khorne sniper, embodying the chaotic god's love for bloodshed. This enigmatic figure perches on the edges of the battlefield, blending into the shadows while awaiting the perfect moment to unleash chaos from a distance. The juxtaposition of precise marksmanship against the backdrop of chaos adds a layer of complexity to Black Vasken's warband.

Black Vasken's presence atop the ruined Eternian temple, surrounded by his warband, paints a vivid picture of chaos personified. The warband's diverse roles and the unlikely inclusion of a Khorne sniper showcase the multifaceted nature of Black Vasken's dominion. As the Tattered Prince gazes into the abyss of chaos, the saga continues, ever-changing and unpredictable, much like the forces he commands.

4 comments:

  1. Outstanding! My favorite warriors of the far wasteland!
    It's been too long since we have shared a battlefield!

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    1. These guys need to get out and collect some skullz totes ūüíĮ

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  2. The sniper looks lovely and that blacksmith is a great character. He feels like a dwarf who loves ork culture, which is already pretty chaotic. Fantastic stuff, Grove!

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