I love every little detail of this piece. From her heel-less boots to her awesomely fitted chestplate and really she looks like she could jam that chainsword up and down your chest cavity and squat down for lunch straight after.
I’ve been meaning to create an acolyte like her. But the last time I tried she turned into a full blown Commissar. And the time before that she turned into a full blown Inquisitor.
Because she’s too cool to just be a peon, yo.
That’s also how i kinda wanna convert Cadian chestpieces for female guard, anglewise
You would be missing those converted Cadians so fast *gathers them together and runs for the horizon*
*grabs your catachans and gives them all boobies*
Dude, my Catachan already have veritable bewbs.
I really don’t like that kind of hairstyle on anyone, but she has a good excuse for it so I’ll let it slide.
Artist’s Description: Les Tourelles 1429. France is in Turmoil as war rages across the land. Joan of Arc, the charismatic French teenager travels to the English controlled city with the intention of resolving the conflict by peaceful negotiation. However, the hopes of peace are shattered by a cruel twist of fate. On the wall of the stronghold guarding the bridge, a young noble English lady (name unknown), famed for her passion for hunting, warfare, armour and all other things martial, spots Joan down below. Some sources indicate she was heard screaming in rage “THAT BITCH IS WEARING THE SAME OUTFIT AS MINE!” before snatching a bow from the nearest archer and sending an arrow into Joan’s neck/shoulder area. The incident sparked an armed assault (won by the French) and caused the war to continue for many years ahead. The phenomenon of irrational awkwardness and aggression between two women wearing the same outfits at social events is known even today and is sometimes still recognised by the phrase “to pull a Tourelles”.