Commanding the Power of the Elements  

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A little break from monotonous Power Armor - special Power Armor! The first painted HQ of Sven Bloodhowl's Great Company - Rune Priest Anliefr Runespeaker.


As you can see Anleifr uses the "real" Rune Priest metal model - the only metal mini in the entire army. What has this world come to? However it is converted slightly - to offset missing pieces (I bought him used) and to make his Runic Weapon more runic, at least in my opinion.



Of course, more angles if you click below!





As the fluff says - all the priests are in fact members of the Great Wolves Company and are only assigned to others as needed. Thus Anleifr is sporting an entirely different company symbol.


And did not take the habit of tattooing his face. I decided to leave his eyes like that. Makes him look as though he is casting a power!


Here is his Runic Sword. I experminted a bit again and refined a technique to be used on power weapons (Which terminators hold aplenty)


And his lower half, including the base.


And that's it. More, that's it for Wolves at all for a few posts! The guns of the 42nd thunder once more as I feel a wave of inspiration. For the first time, I am going to try blogger's post scheduling and have already prepared a couple of IG posts to come up, stay tuned!

Also, for the great mystery I posted? All the answers were wrong. Whatever it is, it's part of the 42nd. More hints will come soonish...

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3 comments

Pretty sweet looking Space Wolf there.

Also, let us (or just me) know how the blogger scheduling feature works for you. I've considered it, but don't know if I trust it... or can get more than one blog ahead!

2 September 2010 at 15:31

Ahhhhh - lovely!

2 September 2010 at 21:47

Thanks guys!

Well if a post appears tomorrow by 12 and more will continue appearing every two days then it all works fine..

3 September 2010 at 21:43

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