May 10, 2016 by deltagamegirl22
Alright, gamers. We are approaching the finish line for Mythos Kickstarter from Paranoid Miniatures as they enter their last few days. They have been teasing us all along with the imagery for additional factions, like the Wildborn and more recently the Travellers.
Much like kids waiting for Christmas, these guys couldn’t hide their excitement or hold out on us any longer and they’ve unlocked the Wildborn ahead of schedule- so naturally I couldn’t pass up one last opportunity to show off the genius/madness art from Shane Cook!
So in these last few days on Kickstarter, backers will now be able to pledge for the Wildborn box set or the models individually. If you’ve been wondering what it would be like to play the role of a witch, a snake, a centaur, or a wickedly nasty goat, then there’s no time like the present! The Wildborn faction includes: the sisters Dorothy & Mercy Good, the familiar Blood, the centaur Loren and the monstrous Goat.
As for the Travellers, we’ll still have to wait to see this colorful band of trouble brought to life, but I think it’s wonderful to see the host of ideas coming from Paranoid. It’s not hard to see that they are constantly inspired by their storyline and they’re anxious to continue to breathe new life into their game by way of unique and interesting characters.
As a last minute treat, the guys have offered us an exclusive peek at the final two characters for the Travellers faction – the familiar, Pali, and the monster, Amran. Let’s start with the gribbly familiar, Pali.
Pali is the embodiment of a minor mischief or nuisance curse that is summoned by Max. He generally just likes to play around and cause trouble for people, which will likely be represented by debuffs for being close to him. Mischief or not, that may be the creepiest nuisance I’ve ever seen!
And last, but not least, is the very dark monster, Amran. Amran is a much nastier beast than Pali. He is the embodiment of a death curse summoned by Talia and is the cause of the trail of bodies alluded to in her past. Once he has been called upon, he will stop at nothing until his target has been brutally slain.
In game he will likely have singular purpose much like Maharal. He has a fantastic eerie feel that leaves no doubt that nothing good will come of his presence…well, unless you’re Talia.
There are only a few more days to get in on the Mythos Kickstarter to explore the Lovecraftian Madness, but you haven’t missed it yet!
Will you be pledging for the Wildborn of Mythos?
"As a last minute treat, the guys have offered us an exclusive peek at the final two characters for the Travellers faction - the familiar, Pali, and the monster, Amran..."