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This illustration was part of some research done on King Gorgyn´s guard. You can spot the typical symbols of the Lion and the chivalric aspect of this elite guardsman.
This concept did not get validated.
The militia had been tracking down a colossus for several weeks (see CHO 27/10). Lieutenant Rinter Huck could smell the hunt was coming to an end. Well smell…In fact, the track had led him, and his men, down into the city sewers where he tried to smell as little as he possibly could. How surprised he was when he finally cornered his prey: the witnesses had described a tall individual wearing animal hides; but the fury who attacked his men was obviously a woman!
The origins of this illustration are pretty vague but you can witness some interesting details of the peculiar anatomy of the prowler of the abyss about to strike a guard of Kaïber.
That was all of the Confrontation content, I don't have the email (I signed up but still haven't gotten an email- much like some of the other Rackham forum members). I'll post the rest of them when they crop up on the Rackham forum.
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