Inquisitorial Domination Detachment (Warhammer 40,000 – Inquisition/Space Marines/Imperial Knights) 2013 – 2016

Upon the currents of the Empyrean, foul winds sweep through the Imperium. While most cow and grovel, some heroes stand up and take the fight to the seemingly god-like. They are Inquisitors and the human galaxy bends to their will, malefic or heroic.

The Inq28/John Blanche style came into hobby fashion a few years ago, renewed by the appearance of regular “Blanchitsu” articles in White Dwarf. Of course, this gritty, gothic-punk style resonated with me on a deep level. I love a bit of cybergoth horrror.

Creating unique characters and small warbands are my favourite ways to tackle the Warhammer 40,000 universe. It feels a whole lot more personal and creative than building armies of hundreds of faceless goons. And so I decided to hop on the horse of Inq28, creating an Inquisitorial army, along with a few powerful allies.

I ended up going a tad overboard, I admit. I bit of a lot more than I could chew at the time, and so ended up blasting through this army with a very messy style that has aged pretty badly, in my humble opinion. However, there are still a few diamonds among the rough. I hope the conversions posted below spark some new ideas in the minds of fellow Inquisitors.


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Ordo Hereticus Inquisitor Haxa Soothtell and Retinue
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Ordo Malleus Inquisitor Heironymus and Ordo Xenos Inquisitor Gogh and Retinue

A squad of veteran Star Phantoms, painted in late 2015

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