Artel Send Their Fellowship Into The Grimdark Sci-Fi Future

July 1, 2022 by brennon

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Artel W Miniatures has added a fantastic new set of 28mm miniatures into the mix for those who love seeing Fantasy and Sci-Fi mash-ups. The Brotherhood Of The Nine has gathered together as a new Grimdark Fellowship!

Guardians - Artel W Miniatures

Guardians // Artel W Miniatures

The first set features the Guardians. These warriors have been drawn from all manner of different planets and factions, all serving the common good. You have Inquisitor Albus Grey leading the way, flanked by Rogue Strider and Gloinsson. On the flanks, you have Crusader Bloodmir (left) and Greenleaf The Outcast (right).

These miniatures were sculpted by Stepan Kotlyarov and look absolutely amazing. They are cast in high-quality resin and they seem like they would be an utter joy to paint. Imagine using these for a game like Stargrave or as some kind of alternative Kill Team. I think of all of them, Bloodmir is my favourite. I love all that Sci-Fi armour alongside the classic old-school horn.

No Fellowship would be complete without a band of plucky Halflings though. So, you can also pick up a set of Halfling Sharpshooters to add to this Brotherhood Of The Nine.

Halfling Sharpshooters - Artel W Miniatures

Halfling Sharpshooters // Artel W Miniatures

This set was sculpted by Sergey Rynkov and again offers up a set of 28mm scale miniatures for use in your Sci-Fi wargames. You've got enough for the familiar faces plus a bonus character too which works for the normal five-man size units you see in games. You could run this as Frodo and his companions plus Bilbo of course!

As well as picking up the miniatures individually and as the smaller packs above, you can also buy all of the Brotherhood Of The Nine in one go.

Brotherhood Of The Nine - Artel W Miniatures

Brotherhood Of The Nine // Artel W Miniatures

Now you need to pit them against a bunch of awesome grimdark Orks in the bowels of some mining planet. I think it would be awesome to see them go up against some Orks and maybe a BIG Squig that takes the place of a normal Cave Troll.

A really fun idea from Artel W Miniatures that I'm sure is going to catch the eye of many a hobbyist.

What do you think?

"Now you need to pit them against a bunch of awesome grimdark Orks in the bowels of some mining planet..."

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