Many dangerous creatures dwell in the depths of Commorragh - some are stealthy, viperous creatures, others are brutal killing machines. The Ur-Ghul fits into the latter category. They are native to the labyrinthine ziggurats of the Drukhari city of Shaa-Dom, a satellite realm of the Dark City, but they can be found in many other dark corners of the Webway. While it may be entirely sightless, this wiry beast can sniff out its prey with uncanny accuracy and for this reason they make excellent hunters. Drukhari Archons use these brutal creatures to stalk their prey, before they unleash the Ur-Ghul upon their unsuspecting victims. The violence they can cause is far less sophisticated than that of their Drukhari masters, but that is of little concern to the Archon - death and destruction is always welcome, whatever form it takes.
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The Blackstone Fortress Ur-Ghuls are lovely sculpts, simple (there are only two variations) but lovely. I have used a fairly quick-and-dirty paint scheme for mine. Black undercoat, grey zenithal base coat, white dry-brush. Washed with a mix of Coelia Greenshade / Lahmian Medium, everywhere except their hands which got a wash of Druchi Violet. Their "nose holes" got the violet wash too, then when that was dry a second wash with a tiny amount of Carroburg Crimson below their nose holes.
They will be used as NPCs in the campaign - lurking in the shadows and ruins, ready to pounce on the unwary!