Tuesday, 20 August 2013

PRESENT - Cthulhu Wars W.I.P Sculpts

Whilst the agonisingly long wait until Dec (when the base game ships out) staggers along at a snail's pace, the good folks at GEG keep us all on the edge of our seats with their regular updates of the games rapid, and impressive development.

The team at Fenris Games continue to surprise everyone withy their accurate translations of the character designs, and the lightning fast speed in which they pump out these new sculpts!
Artist Richard Luong who has refined, or redefined these nightmarish creatures into what some are saying to be the definitive version for H.P.Lovecrafts mythos creatures for future generations to come. Check out his website => HERE <= and see for yourself, his work is fantastic.

Here are a few of my favourite pics if taken directly for the kickstarter campaign (=> LINK <=) which is well worth checking out.

Atlach-Nacha (W.I.P)
Abhoth (W.I.P)
Ghatanathoa. ( I assume?)
Shoggoth (New and Improved version)

Yog Sothoth
Spawn of Yog Sothoth (W.I.P)
(Clockwise from top-left) Spawn of Yog Sothoth W.I.P, Abomination, Cultists, Mutants.

These are the figures that come with the first expansion, 'Opener of the Way'. It was taken a while ago, which is why Spawn of Yog Sothoth doesnt have its appendages in the picture (see pic above for the updated figure).
The idea is that the cultists summon these mutants who continue to become powered up as the game progresses and morph into the Abomination, then the Spawn of Yog Sothoth, and lastly old Yog himself.
Note: This colour which some people have coined 'cow-dung' was only a test run and wont be used in the game.
Personally, I like it since it shows the details well and reminds me of the M.U.S.C.L.E flesh colour.

If your a fan of H.P.Lovecraft or into table-top boardgames then you really ought to get into this!
 Its really shaping up to be a killer game by the looks of it.

 Is it December already?


  1. I'm not familiar with that game, but those things are pretty creepy-looking and cool!

  2. They sure are creepy looking, H.P.L had a great vision for his mythos creatures. I'm glad you like them too, I can't wait to get to see these miniatures in person. Thanks for posting! :)