It’s the last day of the month but thankfully that means we get to squeeze in one more Monday Motivation for January. This week we have something we joked about in the office, but never thought we’d see it. Carnevale in SPACE!
Yes, a saint by the name of Pierre-Guy Auger decided to make our wildest dreams come true, by launching some Venetians into space. Pierre-Guy decided that the Foreign Delegates and Merchants must have fallen through the rent itself! However, they look perfectly at home in this setting on their industrial hive bases.
The Venetian Spy seems to have found a weapon upgrade whilst visiting the ‘Hive World’. Equipped with what appears to be a high powered scope. Her already deadly long range abilities have improved. Better yet a Merchant has managed to acquire a Gatling gun! Just imagine if he manages to bring that back through the rent.
However arming ones self doesn’t have to be the only action taken. Using their superior vocabulary and wit, the two Foreign Delegates have each gained an armed guard each. With these new lackeys they should certainly be able to adapt to this new dangerous habitat. Pierre-Guy has done a fantastic job painting up all of his miniatures. However the sword wielding French Delegate is my personal favourite. He seems to be travelling through the rent and has given him a Strigoi aesthetic with blood smeared across his face.
Finally, the rather portly figure of the Merchant seems to be fairing just fine in the Underhive. Honestly its a surprise as I’d have put my bet on him being the first to fall victim to the Corpse Grinder Cult. But here he stands larger than life in all his grander ready to establish new trade links back to the canals of Venice.
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