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So... this chick, who got 1000 limited edition models replicated off the book...
What are her stats?? I'm converting a model to be her but have nothing to go by. Heard it mentioned that it was in a White Dwarf somewhere?
Hmm... where have I herd that name before.... aargh...
I have never seen stats for her.
"The sword that takes life gives life."
Oh wait, now I remember! She's that Sister of Battle in the Demonifuge graphic novel, isn't she? That chick that the Ordo malleus is hunting and she joins with an Harlequin Shadowseer?
I dont know if there is any rules for her.
I'm pretty sure there were rules for her when they released the ultra-limited run of minis. I've only been wargaming for 3 years so the Silas Hand/Ephrael Stern minis are waaaaaay before my time. I've seen pictures of the mini but would kill for my own.
: Here they are. Not the best pic. I've definitely seen better.
Last edited by CBrate; November 25th, 2005 at 10:42.
And over there we have the labyrinth guards.
One always lies, one always tells the truth, and one stabs people who ask tricky questions.
Dont know about the Space Marine there, but to me the Sister just looks like an average Seraphim with a good paint job and a few conversions. Thats all I'd say it is anyway, the hands look way too big and out of proportion for it to be an official model. Just my opinion.
And no, I've never even heard of Ephrael Stern.
Ephrael Stern is still a model I'd very much like to get my hands on, just because it's a bit more variety, I quite dig it.
But with only 1000 out there I've no idea how I'd even start to get one =(
It's really not a very good sculpt. You could probably make better out of a conversion, there are plenty of suitable parts in the WH range.
Personally I'm far more interested in St. Celestine. At least she accomplished something other than offing a few Inquisitors and Assassins. The whole Daemonifuge GN suffered from a lack of focus and direction, a lot more could have been done with it.
I agree, its a horrible model. The hands look awful and huge, the sword looks like crap and the Bolt Pistol looks awful aswell. The rest of the model looks no different from a regular Seraphim.
Last edited by Inquisitor_Black_Venom; November 28th, 2005 at 04:04.