Colossi of Rhossum Secundus -IV- Requiem

The Paras rode the ashen wind across the fields of Vigrid towards the sunken cities and the holy mountain that had swallowed them. A decade had passed as the colossus had traversed the sand sea and the pilgrims aboard where all but gone now. In her wake the swam through the air, dead and yet… Continue reading Colossi of Rhossum Secundus -IV- Requiem

Colossi of Rhossum Secundus -I- the Wake

For a time there was man and there was the earth and there was the machine and for a time that troika would remain in symmetry. But man is greedy and so man pulled away from the earth. The sand dies alone. The machine rises. Polytechnical Tower walked through the sand as commanded by the… Continue reading Colossi of Rhossum Secundus -I- the Wake

Codex Rhossum Secundus

The game has come and gone and only silence remains upon the dust fields of Rhossum Secundus. A report will follow with more pictures, but for now I'm happy to share the mini Codex Rossum Secundus we used for the game. We also used these nifty Datacards that Alexander Lunde created to help us keep track of the… Continue reading Codex Rhossum Secundus

Colossi of Rhossum Secundus – work continues

Only two months till it's time for the game. I haven't been too productive so far. My crew is still only halfway done and my colossus also need a lot of work. However I am not worried, yet. I just need to focus and get it done. Soria Moria is, like most colossi, an ancient… Continue reading Colossi of Rhossum Secundus – work continues

Colossi of Rhossum Secundus – Privateers

Not much to share yet. I'm still trying to find their theme and place within the setting. For me such things evolve with the project and I usually only start with a vague concept. It can be an idea or just a miniature. Right now it looks like my warband will consist of privateers. But… Continue reading Colossi of Rhossum Secundus – Privateers

Colossi of Rhossum Secundus – the first step

At his first dawn a boy was sold to the Machinarium Clan. For his parents were poor and did not need another mouth to feed. He would later be told that his father cried when he gave away his son. But he would not pay much heed to such tales, for they had only birthed… Continue reading Colossi of Rhossum Secundus – the first step