Dorn Grarl, Chieftain of the Mordaqriel Tribe was born to be a leader. At the age of seven he watched as his father and family were slain and then devoured by a nomadic tribe of warring cannibals. He spent the next 17 years tracking each one down and tearing them limb from limb.
Then Dorn joined the Mahktatian army and fought with the golden land gods agains the Red Terror that threatened to burn all the home lands and enslave its people. The war was long and bloody but Dorn rose through the ranks quickly, proving himself in battle time and time again. His comrades and leaders spoke of him as a legend. He would eventually lead the final onslaught and won the war with but a few warriors left at his side.
After the long war Dorn returned to the home lands where the people began to call him Masparè (warrior god) and sang songs about him. He had protected them and in turn they made him their Chieftain and devoted their lives to him and worshiped him. Dorn continued to watch over the people and seemed to possess powers never seen in men before. He could predict things. He could see into your soul and he was immensely strong. Dorn Grarl feared nothing, no man, beast or god.
Then, as fate would have it, he was to cross paths with H’tiek…
Years ago, for my mate Keith’s birthday, my best mate (Warren) and I wrote a story for him called H’tiek, which is Keith backwards. It was all about a lone barbarian warrior, H’tiek, who never spoke, only screamed his name, and waged war on just about everyone. He was an antihero. It was a lot of fun to write. The other night Warren gave me the idea of doing a diorama for H’tiek so this, Dorn Grarl, is the first piece/part for the whole thing.
I hope you like him.
He’s a large miniature, which is a bit of an oxymoron and yes I do love that word haha, 75mm in total which I think is 1/24 scale.
The next photo is to indicate just how big he is as he’s standing next to a standard 28mm zombie from GW.
Have a great Christmas gang and remember to tell the people you love the most that you love em.