The Chapel Project – Part 6 – Rotting Battle Servitor

My latest Chapel Project is a neglected inhabitant of the Orphic Catacombs – a rotting battle Servitor.

It wanders aimlessly, attempting to follow some ancient program issued by a master that has long since died. Perhaps it will be repurposed by a warband exploring the depths of the Under Chapel, or maybe it’s memory cores can be salvaged to help locate artifact or inhabitant that the servitor was encountered on its journey.

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16 Responses to The Chapel Project – Part 6 – Rotting Battle Servitor

  1. Brilliant. Love the concept. He certainly looks rotten. One small suggestion though, maybe take off a few of the teeth of the chainsword. Just to give it that old broken feel. Really cool conversion.

  2. heresyofus says:

    Cool model. Really liking what you’re doing with The Chapel project mate. Would you like to attend the game when it happens? If you get the time and I get a date for it 😉

  3. Wudugast says:

    Poor old chap – someone’s not been taking proper care of him. Think it’s best to assume his doctrinal wafer is as decayed as the rest of him and approach with great care, he may be starting to show signs of behavioural corruption, or even sentience. One suggestion, maybe get some cables hanging out there alongside the guts. Would lend him a slightly more mechanical appearance. Otherwise looking good though.

  4. Thomas says:

    I like this conversion. I was think of ways to reuse my Plaguebearers, you most definitely gave me so cool ideas.

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  6. Pingback: The Chapel Project – Part 12 – Rotting Battle Servitor painted | Heretic 30k

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