Icon of Sigmar

Holy image of Sigmar

Category:
artwork
Description:
Instills a feeling of security and belief in yourself and your fellow man in followers of Sigmar that hold it.
Bio:
about four inches square, the icon is a woodcut image with faded painting decorating it. It has an ornate gold and iron frame which obscures a portion of the picture. The picture is of a mighty warrior in the dress of the ancient Unberogen tribe, his hand resting on the haft of a great warhammer. The warrior is immediately recognizable to a man of The Empire as being Sigmar and his magical warhammer Ghal-Maraz. The group first came upon the icon when it was pressed in Erich’s hands by Wolfgang who told Erich to get it to Middenheim to help break the siege. Erich then sacrificed himself to allow the group to flee with it.

Icon of Sigmar

Paths of the Damned, a WFRP 2e Campaign PENDLEY