Our last release of 2017 is now online! Adding to the Space Werewolves from last month we give you the command poses for the Beotans of the Shia Khan Legions. Sculpted by Sam Croes these lycanthropes are fearsome enemies who love short range and close combat. Go HERE or read on for more information. Our final dispatching shipping date before Christmas is the 15th of December 2017. We will return in January with more awesome new 15mm scale space opera releases.
“Foremost among the Legions of the vast and ancient Empire of the Shia Khan is the 'Triaria' an icon which appears on the banners and vehicles of every client race. Accounts of the Triaria date from the Ban of Prejudice and from artefacts found within the Dolo expanses towards the ruins of Aldan. While the icon can be seen rendered in different colours and carved into stone and other materials it is most observed in shades of red and scarlet. Client races such as the Maligs and Beotans have their own legacy script and icons but all make use of the Triaria to some degree. The meaning of the icon cannot be firmly established as it is truly alien and no captured Khanate has been willing or indeed we think able to give a precise answer. The leading theories for the Triaria are as follows. It is an all encompassing signal of identity, of unity, among all of the client races. This is possible. Or that it refers to the Matter Gateways and the unknowable energies which transport the Legions across the galaxy, being a bringer to this region of space. Lastly that it is the icon of domination of the Great Khan who has such might that all will eventually be crushed by its power as it closes in from every side. Lastly that it is a slave emblem which marks out the so called client races but this cannot be verified as no member of the Shia Khan themselves has thus far been seen in the Prydian Precinct. Study continues on the battlefields of the Camarthen Cluster.”
From the Dragon Iconography Reinstated, New Glastonbury 4340 IC
Above is an image of the Triaria as seen on the banner of this brand new code's standard bearer.
IAF151 Beotan 4th Tesseran
This pack contains eight different poses of 15mm scale white metal miniatures. Beotans are Werewolves who dress in a combat harness and are used in cold climes and urban warfare. The fourth Tesseran contains the Ordos command and special poses for your force. It is one of four Tesserans which make up a Beotan Ordos or platoon. An officer with enhance visor and Mia Mpi, banner bearer with pole topped with Retained helmet (pole is supplied bare without banner), Medic with staff and gear, Comms specialist with Cupid pistol, two different Troopers with Juno Rifle and two dead Beotans one face up and one face down. Covered in fur and with reversed knee they lope at high speed into battle and stand a little taller than a Human (17mm tall). You have the option of purchasing a pack or three packs saving 10% or single poses from the pack for your collection. Go HERE. Price 6.00GBP per pack.
In Patrol Angis the Beotans are just about the fastest infantry on foot in the game at nearly twice the pace of a Pioneer Legionary! We gave you the smell of prey in November with this first pack to which we received many howls of appreciation from across the world.
IAF148 Beotan 2nd Tesseran
This pack contains eight different poses of 15mm scale white metal miniatures. Beotans are Werewolves who dress in a combat harness and are used in cold climes and urban warfare. The second Tesseran is armed with Mia 9.2mm Mpi close range weapons and is composed of troopers and a low level officer. It is one of four Tesserans which make up a Beotan Ordos or platoon. Covered in fur and with reversed knee they lope at high speed into battle and stand a little taller than a Human (17mm tall). You have the option of purchasing a pack or three packs saving 10% or single poses from the pack for your collection. Go HERE. Price 6.00GBP per pack.
This month we have 20% off the superb Canthus Monocycle the standard recon bike of the Khanate Empire and its Legions. See it HERE. This offer ends 1st January. We hope you like our new release for this month and we wish you a Merry Festive Season one and all. Thank you for your support in 2017 and we have over one hundred new figures ready for next year beginning in January. In the meantime if you fancy trying out Patrol Angis then go to the website HERE and get a Game Pack or book to enjoy.
Here is to 2018! It is going to be Ion Age awesome!