Raging Heroes Rid The City Of Mortenburg Of Plague On Patreon

May 3, 2022 by fcostin

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It's a new month, which means a new cohort of awesome 3D Printing releases from Raging Heroes over on Patreon. Heroes Infinite expands for May, with Mortenburg: Curse of the Plague City.  Focussing on a narrative release, players are taking to the City of Mortenburg to free the lands of pure corruption from the forces of dark and sinister.

Mortenburg - Curse of the Black City - Featured

Mortenburg - Curse of the Plague City // Raging Heroes

Get your gothic on this month, with leather boots, plague masks and disease-ridden troops atop some bloodthirsty mounts. Given this release focuses on the story rather than padding out troops for your factions, players can witness the rot of the City to rid the folk of mind-changing peril. However, darkness awaits prepared, as demonic forces retaliate, corrupting those in their wake and strong enough to not contend.

Let's take a look of the full scope of releases this month, shall we? From righteous heroes, and noble troops to sticky, sickly monsters!

Mortenburg - Curse of the Black City - Raging Heroes

Mortenburg: Curse of the Black City // Heroes Infinite: Patreon

It's hard to pick out some of my favourites from this month, ones which stood out as I truly adore the theme of this release. Here are some close-ups of a few that caught my eye:

Eskariell Mother of Flies - Heroes Infiite

Eskariell Mother of Flies // Heroes Infinite

Ignominious III The Plague Pope - Heroes Infinite

Ignominious III The Plague Pope // Heroes Infinite

Lady Typhoidia Corupted Countess - Heroes Infinite

Lady Typhoidia Corrupted Countess // Heroes Infinite

These are some stunning looking renders for the collection of the dishevelled and plagued. I find myself focussed on each individual detail on each sculpt bringing every character a focal point.

Whether it be the tentacles underneath the Countess' dress, the fearsome masks of the Plague Nuns or the stinger hidden behind the Bloodsuckers. I would certainly love to see how these get painted up. Although dark colours would be a good call - the addition of neons on the infected and plagued areas would look beautiful.

What do you think of this month's Heroes Infinite release? 

"Get your gothic on this month, with leather boots, plague masks and disease-ridden troops atop some bloodthirsty mounts. "

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