More Godtear Champions Hit The Internet This Week

April 4, 2018 by brennon

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Steamforged Games has been sharing more new Godtear Champions across the internet this week. We start with one that really caught my attention when we first saw him, Raeth’Marid, The Rising Tsunami.

Raeth’Marid, the Rising Tsunami - Godtear

Anything that adds Dragonborn-style warriors into the mix always gets my vote and I love that we have a very elemental focused champion here. The stance of Raeth'Marid is the key here as well. While I liked the look of the original artwork, I do prefer it when big character models are actually DOING something. In this case, he's roaring a battle cry!

Secondly, we have Mournblade, The Ashen One who will no doubt make Lloyd sit up and take notice of this game. Skeletons are always great, but skeletons with balefire floating about their person take things to the next level.

Mournblade, The Ashen One - Godtear

I am very much reminded of the look of the undead in Fable and Fable II.

Next up we turn our attention to a cute little lady with Galana The Crystalmancer. Again, we're looking towards the idea of elemental warriors here and that is an enticing prospect for someone delving into the game.

Galana the Crystalmancer - Godtear

You get to do something awesome with the painting here where it's nice and simple to paint but still look amazing. Is it just me or does Galana also look like she has a bit of hidden malice under that hood?

Last but not least we have the awesome Sneeki Peet. Every game needs some goblins and it's nice to see that they've hit the right note with the design here, getting that level of comic brutality just right.

Sneeki Peet - Godtear

Have any of these new Champions grabbed your attention? With the Kickstarter coming up very soon you'll have a chance to delve into lots more about the game.

What do you think?

"Skeletons are always great, but skeletons with balefire floating about their person take things to the next level..."

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