The DiTerilizzi Masterwork Range Now Available From Dark Sword

November 4, 2015 by brennon

The new range of Masterwork Models based on the work of artist DiTerilizzi has now hit the Dark Sword webstore. You can see my favourite picks from their range below but overall they have nineteen available to have a look at and consider adding to your roster of painting musts…

Arthur & Rankin

First off we have the strange and very weird looking Arthur and Rankin. Arthur is a wizened old mage who still has incredible power in his bones. His homunculus Rankin acts as his eyes and ears when he is out and about. When he is in trouble he can then put his foes to sleep by biting them.

Following along from Arthur we have the young Raven Switchsword. She is a thief and a spy who makes her money from robbery. She also has a masterful weapon in her sharp mind and endless charisma making the robbery that much more entertaining.

Raven Switchsword

Back to the spellcasting we take a look at Zarese Of The Silver Moon. She hopes to amass enough power to build a tower that will eventually reach the stars themselves so she can be at one with her Goddess.

Zarese Of The Silver Moon

Whether or not Barty The Magnificent is a wizard or just a charlatan is a matter up for debate but I would certainly come down on the side of him being quite the trickster. I think that could be a wonderful class to play in a game where your spells were actually just mechanical tricks and slight of hand.

Barty The Magnificent

Last but not least we find the Dwarf from their range,Grolsch. This Dwarven warrior has a love that all Dwarves would agree with, ale and gold. He grew up exploring catacombs and dungeons and makes a point of being loyal to those friends who keep their word.

Grolsch

Go and check out the rest of their range and make sure to come back and tell us what your favourite characters are.

This is going to be quite the impressive collection.

"I think that could be a wonderful class to play in a game where your spells were actually just mechanical tricks and slight of hand..."