The deed is done...
Hetor Meragon, Arch-Sorcerer of the Dreadreavers
Cthonian-born and proficient in the ways of both the warp and the blade, Hetor Meragon leads the small cabal of Dreadreaver sorcerers through the Long War. Having been a part of the Black Legate's command squad since the Triumph of Ullanor, Meragon has remained a close confidante of Dyrath Kal ever since and led parts of the warband as a chaos lord until his latent psychic powers surfaced sometime between M32 and M33. Intending to utilise and expand upon the power bestowed on him, Subcommander Meragon took parts of the Dreadreavers - then still a wayward Sons of Horus company - onto raids all throughout the Eye of Terror, learning more about the nature of his prison and obtaining various corrupted artifacts and relics. Chieftain Kal initally lauded Meragon's efforts, seeing the benefits of psychic support on the battlefield in form of witchfire and kine-shields, but his gaze hardened when he first saw his battle-brother summoning daemons for aid in a particularly fierce struggle against a fortress held by the IVth legion.
The Legate and his subordinate debated for a whole day on the bride of the Pillager, and eventually came to an agreement: Meragon was encouraged to continue his quest for knowledge and psychic sorcery, but the summoning of daemons auxiliaries was only permitted by way of Kal or the Warmaster himself giving the word.
In the Age of the Dark Imperium, the Arch-Sorcerer's thirst for arcane lore is well-known amongst the warriors of the Black Legion, but so is his loyalty to the Abaddon and the Lord of the Reavers - in over eight thousand years, the oath Hetor Meragon swore to Dyrath Kal has never been broken.
Welp - that's him done! Again, I should have done much better with the warpflame, but I'm not gonna get myself in a twist about my first attempt at such an effect. I may touch up some of the smaller details, like the gang glyphs on his shoulder, and bring them more in line with the legion symbol on the other side. Anyway, thanks for all the comments and let me know what you think of the model!
Edited by AHorriblePerson, 22 September 2018 - 01:49 PM.