Meet Warhammer Quest: Cursed City’s Torgillius The Chamberlain

February 19, 2021 by brennon

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Games Workshop has continued with their Cursed City Crier previews this week and revealed to us another villain, Torgillius The Chamberlain. Meet one of the sinister figures you'll be meeting as you dive back into Warhammer Quest soon.

Torgillius The Chamberlain - Warhammer Quest

Torgillius The Chamberlain // Warhammer Quest: Cursed City

Torgillius was a member of an order known as the Pact Mortalis when Ulfenkarn was still a pleasant place to visit. As with many who seek power and knowledge, he soon turned his back on them and sought terrible secrets. He began to experiment with grave-sand phylacteries and then joined the vampires who now dominate the city.

Torgillius' magic has made it so that his master can deflect wounds that would normally bring him low. As well as that, Torgillius can project his will into the snarling creatures that stalk the streets of Ulfkarn so that he can spy on interlopers like our heroes!

Experimentation is always on Torgillius' mind and whilst he will often send underlings to hunt down his subjects, he does occasionally walk the streets himself in search of the ideal candidate. He will no doubt have all manner of spells at the ready to combat those who would test his magical might.

I do really like the miniature for Chamberlain here which, once again, gives me vibes of Mordheim and the City Of The Damned. The raven, candle and notes nailed to his backboard take me back to the black and white illustrations which you can find scrawled into the margins of the Mordheim rulebook.

As it stands, Warhammer Quest: Cursed City is looking great (at least in terms of the miniatures) and I am eager to learn more of gameplay.

What do you think?

"The raven, candle and notes nailed to his backboard take me back to the black and white illustrations which you can find scrawled into the margins of the Mordheim rulebook..."

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