Painted Stone Scribe Elder

The chap is the Stone Scribe Elder for my Hordes Trollbloods army. He’s the Command Attachment for the Krielstone unit I painted a while ago. Having a Stone Scribe Elder keeping the Krielstone bearer company allows some additional benefits for being under the Krielstone aura; you get to pick one of the three each turn. Firstly is more strength – obviously this is the simplest one and therefore the one I use most of the time. Second is making Incorporeal enemies stop being Incorporeal so that they can be it with normal weapons. I can see that this would be useful if I faced those types of armies, but it hasn’t come up for me. On the plus side, it has an amusing name of Spirit Chaser (a pun since part of the Trollblood story is that they really love to get drunk). Finally I can choose to put out fire and other continuous effects on the rest of my army. In theory this sounds good but in practice I find that my little dudes are already dead from whatever applied the fire and the big ones don’t really care much about another low-POW damage roll.

I enjoyed painting the Stone Scribe Elder; he’s covered in various scrolls, belts, lockets and other kinds of bling that meant it took ages to complete the job. The green clothes are to match the rest of his unit, although since I’m limited to one of each in any army it doesn’t matter much apart from aesthetically.¬† I do find the way that the cloak billows out rather odd since there’s no movement at all in the rest of the miniature; perhaps that beatific expression is due to a particularly satisfying fart.

Next on the painting table: Witch Aelves.

Categories: Hordes, Painting and modelling | Tags: , | 4 Comments

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4 thoughts on “Painted Stone Scribe Elder

  1. Very cool! A very characterful sculpt, and you’ve done well with it. I really like those ceramic-looking scroll cases.

  2. Very nice, I can see why you like the sculpt with the scrolls cases

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