Raging Heroes Contest: Name and give mottos to the Fantasy versions of the Kurganovas

By Polar_Bear
In Contest
Nov 3rd, 2012

Raging Heroes is holding a contest to get names and mottos for their fantasy versions of the Kurganovas sisters.
My suggestion of, “Yarr Arr Yarr! I loddie the hotpants!” was shouted down.

From them to you:

We are now nearly done with the Fantasy versions of the Kurganova sisters.
As we did for the SF versions, we want to ask our German-speaking friends to find the three sisters’ mottos.
But we also want to make their names and their surnames more Germanic, so we would like suggestions for names for each of the sisters, as well as a Germanized version of their family name (we are thinking along the lines of Von Kurgan-something…).

As always, we are also listening to your suggestions about their equipment and weaponry.
Please let us know if you feel they are missing something…

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  • Veritas

    I didn’t care for the SF sisters, but I could see using these in my Empire army. I think the engineer is my favorite.

  • KelRiever

    I’ve ordered from Raging Heroes. Let me say that they have generally good ideas. Some great ones. I think they can really stand to improve on their casting, though. I hope they are set to improve whatever process they use, and if they do, I expect they will improve from whatever level of business they are doing now.

  • lionex2

    I’ve ordered quite a bit from Raging Heroes, and their casting is among the best I’ve ever seen!
    Perhaps you’re referring to their very early days, or you just got plain unlucky.
    I saw a very interesting review of their cast here: http://wappellious.blogspot.fr/search/label/Raging%20Heroes

    • KelRiever

      Don’t know. I ordered once. I was unimpressed.

      Could have been unlucky. But from what I got, I think all the warhammer copycats I’ve seen cast better…well, except for Mantic…but then again, Mantic comes cheap by comparison.

  • estrus

    The Roginshroz Twins

  • Dan Paddock

    I just don’t understand these figures. The sculptor obviously has some skill but has he never actually seen a live female before? Because the first sculpt would indicate otherwise. Most ladies have a little space between their ribcage and pelvis.