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Made in us
Regular Dakkanaut




TEXAS USA

The company is surrounded by many legends, making it hard to separate truth from fiction. What is known, however, is that it all started with Richter Kreugar, the young mercenary captain at the time, being hired by a powerful Necromancer to aid him in conquering the area of Wolfenburg.
The Imperial army sent to fight the Undead hordes suffered tremendous casualties; however, they kept pushing on, ensuring that the Necromancer couldn't regenerate his troops fast enough. When Richter saw him losing, he jumped ship, slaying the Necromancer as was agreed with an Imperial agent beforehand. Dying, Richter's former master still managed to curse him, and the young mercenary falling down as a heap of bones and armour. Next day, however, he rose from the ground, now as a skeleton.
And so Richter stalks the world, in the hope of finding battle that will claim his life (unlife, to be precise) forever. He offers his services to anyone who will accept, for as long as it is not undead, due to his hatred for them. The Necromancer's curse also has another effect: all enemies slain by Kreugar become Skeletons and serve him forever. It is those Skeletons that make up the ranks of the Cursed Company....

I've always wanted to paint a unit of these guys, so I was really happy when I was able to pick up a set of them off ebay for cheap.
Let me know what you think of the paint job, thanks!


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Made in ca
Excellent Exalted Champion of Chaos





British Columbia

Great work!

I've always loved that unit. It's what the undead should look like. The main line of minis completely loses that "fighting your dead allies and friends" trope.

 Crimson Devil wrote:
That's what 7th edition is about. Yelling "Forge the Narrative Pussy!" while kicking your opponent in the dick.
 BlaxicanX wrote:
A young business man named Tom Kirby, who was a pupil of mine until he turned greedy, helped the capitalists hunt down and destroy the wargamers. He betrayed and murdered Games Workshop.


 
   
 
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