“Trees! Don’t! Move!” The Chaotic Dwarf slave master punctuated each word with a brutal kick into the goblin’s torso. The pitiful creature whimpered something before his master stamped down hard on his head with a sickening crunch. With a muttered curse, he wiped his hobnail boons clean on the grass and turned to glare at the rest of the logging slaves.
“You think towers build themselves? Do you think the engines of war run on feeble excuses? No! My master needs wood! Which means your master needs wood. And if I don’t get it, you’ll all end up like this little runt here!” He gestured with his whip to the broken corpse of the goblin.
“Now, back to work! You pathetic band of-“
The slaves started screaming and the reek of greenskin urine filled the air as the goblin slaves took to their heels and fled, shrieking in terror.
The Chaotic Dwarf overseer smiled to himself. “Heh. Still got it.” He thought. He’d round them back up in a while and put them back to work. Trees coming to life! Pfft. Lazy buggers would do anything to get out of work-
He gasped, the breath squeezed from his lungs as he was raised into the air. He struggled feebly again huge fingers like knotted logs which gipped him in a fist and brought him nose-to-bark with some giant monster of the woods. The breath completely squeezed from him, he nevertheless managed to whimper something before the treeman ended his life with a sickening crunch.
Together as a set, we offer all three of our treemen, ready to defend the sanctuary of nature with as much violence as needed. And it just so happens that a LOT of violence is needed.
Each model has its own personality and quirks. Together, they make a superb set both for the display cabinet and the gaming table.
These are not delicate, fiddly models. These are solid, hulking great brutes who you can just picture smashing their way through the enemy lines, roaring with fury at the defilement of their woodland realm.
- Manyrings the Mighty Treeman