Mokoti - Cult of Yurei
The Komuso monks are usually a happy sight for the villagers and peasants, when these nomadic musicians come to town it is an opportunity to down tools and sit and listen to the sweet music played in exchange for a meal and a warm bed. Mokoti has fallen to the seductive charms of Yurei and whilst his playing is exquisite his motivations are far darker. The gentle and light music hides a twisted a corrupt whisper from the dark, bending the minds of the weak and vulnerable to His will.
Wave 28, including our very own pied piper of Jwar featured above, are now up for pre-order. These have a street date of Friday April 8th.
Which are you most looking forward to?
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Grand Master 2016 will again be held at the UK GAMES EXPO in Birmingham. This will be an opportunity to compete against 23 others in a 50 point tournament to be crowned Bushido Grand Master. There are plenty of reasons to come along and compete, the Expo has grown into a fine show over the years and is quite an event. We also have a host of prizes to give away:
Winner: The Grand Master gets to Design a Model!
1st - 3rd: Tournament coins
All players that participate: £20 voucher for GCT Studios products (redeemable at our stall during the show only)
Random: We will be giving out spot prizes throughout the day, so watch for Toby's eagle eye.
Ticket spaces are limited to 24 so be sure to get yours as soon as you can to guarantee your place.
Design a Model
This is one lucky winner's chance to see their ideas become part of the game, we will listen to your ideas and help you form a character concept that fits into the world of the Jwar Isles. We will then work with our artists to realise your ideas first into a piece of concept art, on to the sculpt and then eventually it will be released as a full release avaialble to Bushido players around the world! (GCT Studios Ltd. retains the right to have the final decision on aspects of the model)
This is the effort of previous Grand Master, Jason Enos:
These solid metal tournament coins feel great and weighty in the hand. They are a great way to commemorate your performance at the tournament.