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Von Calisson,

Hi, fans of modelling.
I have to apologize for being late, but we have received an interesting newsletter with plenty of models, from Mierce.
Here it is (long post). Enjoy!!
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Our April newsletter.

Lots of uses for T9A players.

OK, here's more awesome Mierce minis, it's April and that means a bunch of new releases ready to order from our webstore! Don't forget that T9A players get 15% off using the promo code THE-9TH-AGE

The promised releases for April this year are here, a little late thanks to the Easter Holidays and other shenanigans (not the least of which are our preparations for Salute 2018) but they're here anyway! We have seventeen more releases for Darklands and BaneLegions this month, and all are very spiffing.
Every so often an idea comes along that just... well, works. The Slayers of Dunholm, Slēanbera Unit are just such an idea! Started by Cæna a few years back, we've expanded the unit thanks to Danny Cruz' artwork and Valentin Zak's sculpting talents, bringing in Osbeorn, the unit's champion, and Ewart, another warrior. These guys are absolutely wonderful and some of our favourite miniatures of all time!
Slayers of Dunholm, Slēanbera Unit

We decided to use Dan Warren and Martin Lavat's talents to convert Cnebba somewhat, making him howl at the moon or perhaps he's just making sure his mum knows what time he'll be home for tea. Or something. Here's Howling Cnebba, anyway...
Howling Cnebba, Mægenwulf

Now Bakr is another of our banner bearer to warrior conversions, completed by Tim Prow from the originals by Roberto Chaudon. He's a cracking fella, so he is, full of movement, and a great addition to your Byzantii host!
Bakr, Dromedus Warrior

Another conversion by Tim Prow from the original by Didier Fancagne, Murderous Cúlaítar now has two massive crosses to batter the enemies of the Érainn with, one made of stone and one of wood, a fact that only drives Cúlaítar to even more murderous intent. Maybe the wooden cross was part of his dad once.
Murderous Cúlaítar, Beast of Lagáin Forest

A natural conversion of Naraa (originally sculpted by Jacques-Alexander Gillois from the artwork by Stefan Kopinski) was Archer Naraa (converted by Yannick Hennebo from the artwork by Dan Warren) as of course she had a bow over her shoulders. She looks great, as always!
Archer Naraa, Tain of Baalor

Michael Anderson sculpted the original armoured Chaaruch with helm, and then he did unarmoured Chaaruch which is strictly limited edition, but we thought we'd give people of the option of armoured Chaaruch without a helm. So here he is, Unhelmed Chaaruch, and he looks ace of course!
Unhelmed Chaaruch the Despoiler, Gul-Gabrax Tain

Converted from the original Qqolaan (the Srónax Banner Bearer) by Andrew May, Aaqko is a cracking addition to your Fomoraic hairies and really does look as if he could chop your head off with a single blow.
Aaqko, Srónax Warrior

Archer Sthena was rather an obvious conversion, of course, so we thought we'd mix it up by making her bare-chested, too. Tim Prow's done the honours from the artwork by Dan Warren.
Archer Sthena, Gorgór of Khthon

Yet another banner bearer to warrior conversion, Ssithi - a Gorgonar warrior - was converted by Tim Prow from the original Issithill by Stéphane Simon. And that's all we have to say about that.
Ssithi, Warrior of Khthon

Another Tim Prow conversion - Iiss is the warrior version of the Gorgonar unit's herald, and he just replaced Mneriiss' rattler with a normal tail!
Iiss, Warrior of Khthon

Now here's an awesome (and bloody massive) thing... Tórlákr is a mighty great Grimtroll with a massive great hammer and a thing of beauty, converted from Blood-Maw superbly by Dan Warren (artist) and Martin Lavat (sculptor). We absolutely love this guy, and if you're worried about Martin matching Dan Cockersell's amazing skin textures, don't be - he's matched them brilliantly!
Tórlákr, Grimtroll

Our own Tim Fisher, master moulder extraordinaire, has converted Kanka'k'ohkh (from Carrowek of Carn Dhu) to lead our other blighted monstrosities into battle on his blight horse. Pronounced "kankakok", if you ever come across him that's your sense of smell gone for sure.
Kanka'k'ohkh, Blightbringer on Blight Horse

Tim's also converted Sthif'hih'liss this month from the original Ischys, simply to ensure your sensibilities are disgusted a little further than normal. And yes, gribblous is a word. Well, it is now! Watch out for more of Tim's work on the blighted ones in the future...
Sthif'hih'liss, Gribblous Blightworm

Released on the 7th of April 2018
All of the releases above will be officially released on the 7th of April 2018. That was last Saturday, so you can order them right now!
Watch out for the May releases, which should be unveiled soon!

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