The prices that appear in Kickstarter all have a substantial discount compared to the retail version. They won't be release for retail sale before May 2022, giving the backers of this kickstarter precedence.
These miniatures are unpainted / unassembled and produced in high quality resin.
It is said that mankind is not alone on this earth. Written in this diary are the accounts of the horrors that the Order of Cthulhu has spread all over the world. Dating back to ancients times, The Order has always found ways to corrupt the souls of lesser men to give them as offering to their Gods. As a reward, some humans in the highest echelons of hierarchy were given the privilege to transform into their Gods' image. They started turning into creatures with tentacles, skin sometimes hard, sometimes secreting some sort of mucus. They also gained immortality. Through the centuries The Order and its practitioners have slowly but surely started shaping the world into exactly what they want.....The darkness will cover the world. Know them before it is too late.....
The Order’s grasp on this world started from ancient Egypt after seducing a High priestess who desired power. Many centuries later during the height of the Roman Empire, The Order desired the skills of soldiers and none were better than Roman centurions. The Order of Cthulhu however, found great pride in turning the holy warriors of the Holy Catholic Church, the Teutonic Knights. Sightings of the dark Order were also recorded in Mexico and Peru where gold and riches were offered to the Conquistadors in exchange for their souls. Among the Order's ranks were also Samurai, drenched in blood feeding off the mutilated bodies of their enemies.
Conquistador: Traveling to the New World with the promise of land and gold some were happy with the things they found. However, others were seduced with dark and tainted gold given by The Order trapping their souls forever.
Actual size: 98mm / 3.85 inches
Hight Quality resin casting
Miniatures are sold unassembled and unpainted. They contain small parts not suitable for children.
Painted by Magnus Fagerberg