At the side of Nemesor Zahndrekh stands Vargard Obyron, a steadfast aide and protector who has shared campaigns since their earliest days. While Zahndrekh remains oblivious to the alterations reshaping their reality, Obyron accepts the situation and focuses on tending to the complications caused by Zahndrekh’s idiosyncrasies. Among these tasks are the discreet disposal of ‘honoured’ prisoners who somehow manage to ‘escape,’ and the handling of assertive members of the Royal Court.
Though recognized primarily as Nemesor Zahndrekh’s vigilant bodyguard, Vargard Obyron is a formidable military tactician in his own right. Possessing both martial prowess and formidable strength, he strikes fear into the hearts of enemy heroes. His swift and lethal strikes can swiftly incapacitate adversaries, and he commands the unique ability to navigate through dimensions, reappearing across the battlefield accompanied by his commanded units. This capability ensures that Vargard Obyron’s exceptional combat skills are employed where they can most effectively neutralize the most formidable adversaries of Necrons.
What’s in the Vargard Obyron box
- x2 resin components that make Vargard Obrion.
- x1 Citadel 25mm round base.
How to paint the Vargard Obyron set
- Step 1: Base Coat – Armor
Begin by applying Leadbelcher to Vargard Obyron’s armor, ensuring even coverage.
- Step 2: Layering – Armor
Layer Ironbreaker over the armor plates to add depth and metallic sheen. For further highlights, use Stormhost Silver on edges and raised areas.
- Step 3: Handle of Warscythe
Paint the handle of Vargard Obyron’s Warscythe with Abaddon Black for a sleek and contrasting look.
- Step 4: Details – Handle and Other Elements
Add intricate details using Retributor Armour. Apply this to various parts, such as buttons, belts, and other smaller accents.
- Step 5: Blade and Green Details
Base coat the blade of the Warscythe with Moot Green. Also, use Moot Green to paint other green details. For a gradient effect, layer Warpstone Glow onto the center of the blade.
- Step 6: Shading – Armor, Handle, Details
Apply Nuln Oil shade over the armor, handle, and details. Focus on recesses and areas that need definition.
- Step 7: Shading – Blade and Green Details
Subtly shade the blade and green details with Biel-Tan Green Shade, enhancing the contrasts and creating an overall polished appearance.
- Step 8: Final Highlights
Apply final highlights using Stormhost Silver to edges and raised areas of the armor, handle, and details, adding a final touch of brilliance.
- Step 9: Varnish
Conclude by applying a protective varnish to the painted model. Choose Ardcoat for a glossy finish that will enhance the metallic sheen and details of Vargard Obyron.