- When it comes to classying-up a battle, these guys are where it's at. I will be making a pair of Blackties, who are not only combatants but also natural showmen. The first (seen here
) is raising a toast to the other classy gatorgents. The second will be giving them the razzle-dazzle, performing some of the greatest-hits showtunes of the Iron Kingdoms.
- Those who cannot do become critics. In the high-society world of the gatorgents, jealous of the acting and combat capacity of the Blackties, the Ironhide spews vitriolic criticism at his enemies, with the capacity to physically kill. Despite his foul demeanor, he is a true patron of the arts, and is never seen without his Playbill and opera glasses.
- These little guys will be happily leaping from the water (or maybe deck-chairs), bowties on and canes/luftballons in hand. They look so excited, and they'll be ready to party!
Wrong Eye & Snapjaw
- Wrong Eye is a slightly less-couth Gatorgent, who none-the-less still dresses somewhat fancily. His large companion, Snapjaw, is truly the Mr. Hyde to his Dr. Jekyll.
- Wherever there is a ball to be attended, a play to be watched, or topic to be gentlemanly debated, you will fine a gathering of Gatorgents. Dressed in evening-wear (and even a ballgown), the Gatorgents saunter about with tophats, waist coats, and other vestments.
- Every ship needs a crew, and on the Classei aus Foche it is the the bogtrogs who man the helm, keep the boiler fired, and swab the decks. When combat comes, they scramble out of hatches or down from rigging, and one is never sure from whence these soot-covered crewmen will arrive.
Professor T.T. Hunter
- The mysterious traveler from the distant land, the quixotic Professor Totem T. Hunter has an air of the exotic. He tells tales of traveling far and wide, pitting his well-honed wits against the greatest beasts of the land.
'Croak', Assistant to Prof. Hunter
- Assistant to the intriguing Professor Hunter, 'Croak', as he is called, is aid the Professor in his journeys. Coming from a far-away land, he lacks the sophistication of the other passengers aboard the ship, but is ever at hand with a box of cigars, glass of brandy, or a sharpened hunting spear--whichever is more useful at the time. He pops up so regularly, you'd almost think he had a twin.
- Last, but not least, is the Captain of the vessel, leader of the Genteel Collective, Sir Calaban. Currently, I'm not entirely sure how he will be modified, but however it is done will require extensive reposing and conversion of the original model. I am undecided as to his ultimate garb, but I imagine epaulettes are not out of the question.
Farrow Bridgecrew - In the theme list, you will find Farrow Bonegr...Bridgecrew. These stalwart lads are there to help the Captain do what needs doing to correctly guide the ship through whatever it comes across. They may seem out of place, but they're the best chartists and helmsmen to be found in the swamps of Immoren (which, granted, means they don't see a lot of competition).