The Lord Captain has forbidden me to write down the events of our journey, but what use is a remembrancer who does not remember? I can only hope that, if we survive, this journal will be a record of victory over these traitors and not an account of the end of our Imperium.

The Emperor protects. ~J

Friday, 3 April 2015

XIV. Broken Things

Jaysha Kree is the personal Astropath to Magos Kalindra, mistress of the Mechanicum contingent aboard the Euripides. A telepath of extraordinary talent apparently, but the Soul Binding took an awful toll on her young body. It left her broken, but did not kill her and the Mechanicum took her did what they could. I've seen tech adepts with whole new bodies of brass and steel, but Jaysha refused to give up so much of her humanity: instead her shattered form is kept alive by Kalindra's machines.


It's been a long time since I picked up a brush. March is the busiest time of the year for me at work, and that, followed by a couple of weeks of flu has kept me away from my minis.

Now with work easing off and the flu gone (apart from a lingering cough), I've had time to finish a mini I started a long time ago now.

Thanks for taking the time to look.


  1. Suitably creepy, nicely done.

    1. Thank you. Weird is what I was aiming for because firstly, she's an astropath (which is weird and creepy) and secondly, she's Mechanicum (which is even weirder and creepier) :)

  2. Great to see you finishing her off. I was wondering when it would happen.

    All in all the mini was worth the wait. Great job.

  3. Thanks. There are times when life just gets in the way and all thoughts of hobby have to be abandoned, but I think the break really helped this mini. Coming back to it with fresh eyes enabled me to see how it should be tackled.

  4. No need to explain man. But it's never a bad idea to take a step back every now and then.

    Honestly, I'm glad for the people like you who take the time out and upload all the awesome stuff you get up to. Without you guy's I wouldn't have the inspiration to get half the stuff I do finished.

  5. Really good work going on here!
    I'd love it if you'd drop by my blog and let me know what you think. . .