Ephrix was a mighty sorcerer of Tzeentch with a very important task.
When he saw Celestial Vindicators he saw an opportunity. He underestimated tbe Stormcast and attacked them to capture them and take Sigmar power.
So he showed his fortress and Thostos could not resist.
Very soon the smile of the sorcer became true desperation. His Chaos Warriors were no match for Sigmar holy Stormcast and soon the keep's wall was assaulted.
Ephryx was powerful in Tzeentch's lore thanks his teacher, Lord of Change Fateweaver, but his spell could't stop Thostos even when Stormcast's skin and flesh became of pure Sigmarite.
On the brink of total defeate Ephryx had to use the artifact he had hidden: Ghal Maraz, Sigmar own holy hammer.
The weapon was the last thing Thostos saw before die. Bladestorm were deafeated but Ephryx knew he had no time: Sigmar now knew where Ghal Maraz was hidden and more Stormcast were coming.
He started a powerful ritual and summoned all the Tzeentch Lord he could reach or who will listen him... #ageofsigmar#stormcasteternals#stormcast#tzeentch#khorne#nurgle#slaanesh#fantasy#fantasyart#nagash#gamesworkshop#fyreslayers#duardin#orruk#ironjawz#aelf
When the 8th edition of 40k dropped I was uhming and ahhing about whether to get involved. As I did not play 40k I was a bit reluctant to get Dark Imperium although I knew the miniatures were special. I decided to buy a set of the easy to build primaris. The rest as they say is history as I am totally hooked on the primaris marines. The easy build marines here are nearly finished just need to add transfers and they are done 👍🏻#gamesworkshop#warhammer40k#paintingwarhammer#primarismarines#painting#crimsonfists
Secret to helping fight depression, paint. Lol this weekend while going in to buy white paint and a ink wash, found two things that cheered me up. A technical paint that I've been trying to get my hands on for weeks and a ink glaze that I don't need but damn it I need it lol. Further proof I enjoy this hobby too much and I am a huge geek. #painting#miniatures#gamesworkshop