Monday, December 27, 2010

Regimental Advisors of the Valhallan 199th

The Regimental Advisors of the Imperial Guard are a new feature for army command squads that can be helpful in many ways for your army command. I have chosen to put some together for my Valhallan troops, mostly for the fun of using some models I had around doing nothing, but could serve a use now.

Master of Ordnance Commander Yuri is a former basilisk squadron commander promoted to advise infantry commanders of the advantages of long range artillery support. He now reports back to the artillery support company command when heavy weapons support is in need.

Astropath Anastasia is a highly regarded psyker in the service of the 199th. She is known to have helped in the locating of "Da Red Orktoba" during that daring raid. With her help the Stormtroopers and Naval support arrived in the battle on time to support the 199th strike force. The photo seems to be affected by her warp powers.

Bodyguards "Boil" and "Waxer" of Col. Stukov, these two veteran guardsmen are part of an elite force assigned to guarding the Colonel's life with their own. Former Valhallan Grenadiers these men are trained in advance special combat techniques. These men wear the purple sash of the Valhallan Special Guard Forces. Respected even by elite imperial stormtroopers.

Officer of the Fleet Lt. Voskov is a naval liaison to the 199th. He is an ex-fighter pilot with many hours of air combat under his belt. He works with the ground pounders of the 199th now to support them with naval air support and transport where they need it most.

Enjoy! =)


Yeti's Yell said...

Solid, my man.

I just started down the road of building advisors myself... thanks for sharing. I posted up my own Officer of the Fleet WIP over on my blog Sarcophagi. Stop back over and let me know what you think:

Do you have any others pics of the MoO?



CylonDave said...

Thanks! Most of these are old models, the MoO is a full mix of the Baneblade Commander with some Leman Russ commander bits and a Vox caster, fairly simple but it works well. I'll post more pics once I have the whole command squad finally finished.