- Blister with 1 miniature: McMurrough (2xChain Rifle, Templar CCW)
“Buaidh No Bas” (“Victory or Death”). McMurrough’s Scottish Gaelic motto.
McMurrough is a Dog-Warrior of Fortune, the fiercest private contractor you will find in the mercenary market. Now he is trapped in his Dog-Warrior shape, unable to return to his Dogface form, and carries an illegal Templar sword, a smart weapon with a built-in AI. How did McMurrough end up in this situation and what does the Hassassin Society have to do with it? This is something you will find in the upcoming Infinity Campaign Book!
“Claws for rent” was how the Kaid Fahesh defined McMurrough when he saw him for the first time. He is a muscled and fast close combat killing machine with accelerated reaction times, able to cross the battlefield and destroy his opponents even before they notice him. Dearg (Red) McMurrough was his name in the Dog-Bowl team from his natal village, for the reddish shade of some parts of his fur. Tearlach McMurrough is one of those rude, stubborn and stolid individuals that the worse you treat them, the stronger and tougher they get. He has learned to clench his teeth and take anything that comes down on him, waiting for his opportunity. Self-sufficient and possessing a sharp intelligence, he has few loyalties, save to those who pay him. The tough lessons in life and a sad infancy have taught him to be independent. McMurrough knows that his only ally is himself and that he can trust nobody else. He learned the rudiments of military life the hard way, in the Cameronians, the Scottish Regiments of Volunteer Dog-Warriors: some brief instruction in the use of weapons and they sent him directly into combat. His life as a mercenary soldier on the frontier has fine-tuned his combat and survival techniques, hardening his heart before the miseries of war. The Kaid Fahesh saw McMurrough’s potential. He chose him deliberately and selected him to be a member of his personal guard on Ariadna. Fahesh perceived an individual who was extraordinarily passionate, resolute and tenacious, whom an infancy of spite and refusal had unbalanced. He knew that by exploiting that emotion in its purest state and unravelling it, he would have the finest warrior at his service. McMurrough proved his value in the Ariadnan Commercial Conflicts but the greatest fighters can be as unpredictable as lethal. McMurrough did not want to be anybody’s pet and after a time with Fahesh, he resigned. Now Tearlach Dearg McMurrough is a freelance mercenary that roams freely about, offering his skills to the highest bidder.