New Commodore Grist model from Studio McVey

By Polar_Bear
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May 19th, 2014
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Studio McVey added a new limited-edition resin mini to their Sedition Wars catalog with the release of Commodore Grist.

Grist

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From the release:

I have just added a limited amount is castings of Grist to the Studio Store.

This is the latest of the Salute previews – but it actually from the previous Salute!

Infected in the first Strain offensive aboard the Arms of Sorrow, Commodore Grist had no time for a field medic or Auto-doc pod. Trapped in the industrial section of the Bastion, fighting off several exo-forms on his own, and unable to reach the rest of the ships crew, he found himslef alone, infected, and about to die or become one of the strain.

A skilled tech officer, Grist was tough enough and strong willed enough to interface with a minifacturing console. Using an industrial scanner to diganose his infection, he amputated infected regions of his body and once the infected parts had been cut loose, he used the minifacturer to construct himself into a suit of Gnosis class offense armor.

Grist is stable, but roughly 60% of his body is gone. The Gnosis suit is using advanced medical systems to keep him alive. Unwilling to take the time to go into stasis and unable to upload to a reserve body, he is now melded into the suit, using it as his body. His metacortical implant interfaced with the suits own systems.

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  • odinsgrandson

    Makes me wonder if a new Sedition Wars box is going to Kickstart this summer.

    Studio McVey can work pretty far ahead, so it is hard to tell what their schedule might look like.

    • 4tonmantis

      If they steer clear of CMoN I would consider backing. I have the first box set and I think it’s really nice.. and an updated rule set and more SW content.. yeah.. I could get behind that.

      • odinsgrandson

        Why would they need to steer clear of CMON?

        • Grindar

          Because CMON does a horrible job at keeping up with updates/emails/questions once the campaign is over.

  • txMaddog

    Awesome looking model!