+ inload: Brother Seyfreid +

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+ The studding on the lower part of Seyfreid's leg armour shows field-rigged support struts designed to baffle the detection systems of krak mines. The Iron Warriors made extensive use of minefields, with a mixture of weight-triggered, manually-detonated and more esoteric measures. In turn, the Ultramarine advance deployed increasingly creative countermeasures. +

+ Seyfreid's combat blade scabbard bears a common chequered motif. It sits alongside a purity seal which marks him as an associate of the Chaplaincy. Tasked with monitoring psyk-potential line troopers following the dissolution of the Librarius, the role of such monitors became increasingly important after Guilliman's reversal of the Edict of Nikea. +

+ Unusually, Seyfreid's armour is powered by a Mark IV Notts-pattern generator pack. +

+ Meditation notes, written on dried mnemo-leather, are secured beneath Seyfreid's hip protection plate. They have either lost their protective scrollcase and become unravelled during action, or are deliberately exposed as combat decoration. +

+ Praeteritis praesentia nostra mutatur +


  1. I love what you've been doing with these marines. And the in character text is wonderful, actually giving some life and background to each figure.

    What parts have you been using to create these figures?

  2. I am absolutely in love with your true scale marines. The one-off imperial fist model has to be one of my favorites that I have seen on the internet thus far and these ultramarines are inspiring me to make my own big marines. I had a few questions on the process you used: I really like the weathering that you did on the imperial fist marine and was wondering how you would transfer that technique to black power armor? Also I love the shoulder pads that you have been using for your ultramarines, are they of your own making or are they from a set that I've not heard of? Thank you for your time! Keep up the awesome work!


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