The Gallery is Now Open to the Masses

Good day lads!

I’ve always fancied the life of a museum curator. An aristocratic purveyor of fine art. A voice among the commoners that dictates to their boorish sub academic minds that which is art and that which is shite. It takes a discriminating intellect to separate the two. To this end, from the confines of my luxurious abode, I play an important role as a tastemaker and role model to the uncultured hordes of the NEXUS.

I find myself most at ease living amongst these fine works. However, the times I must leave my parlor room and miniatures behind are abhorrent and painful to endure. Separation anxiety is a misery like no other. Luckily the interwebs allow me to virtually oogle my collection from afar and luckily for you I’m philanthropic enough to open my gallery to the masses. After all, I suppose a “collection” should be enjoyed “collectively”.

Take a look and look at our Media Gallery and tell your friends!


It is time to Educate yourself about the Dodecahedron!

The Dodecahedron has been a source of metaphysical interest for at least 2000 years. Some have believed that the Dodecahedron represents an idealized form of Divine thought, will, or idea. To contemplate this symbol was to engage in meditation upon the Divine. It represents the perfect mediation of the infinite and the finite, the sphere and the cube, analogous to the circle and the square.

We believe the 12-Sider is the perfect die. The most satisfying to roll. The most neglected of it’s peers.

Welcome to NEXUS, where, at long last, the Dodecahedron gets the respect it deserves.


When a mommy helot and a daddy helot love each other very much…

Just kidding!

They are made in labs by Gnoems! A lot of the Gnoems’ genetic experimentation results in horribly disfigured creatures enduring agonizingly painful existences. However, sometimes they stumble upon a winner! The result is a perfect blend of viciousness and power, cunning and deftness or hunger and violence! A helot is grown in a lab and is trained to kill from it’s first breath until it’s last. Attempts have been made to accelerate the maturation process, but it was found that things get a little confusing when you take away a mamluks plunge into puberty. Barge area matches were still very violent, but could best be described as one-on-one hate-fucking! Due to this inconvenient truth the gnoems created and maintain the meat garden. Check back often to learn more about the miracle of lab grown life!


Easy enough to remember, just think of your favorite domesticated animal flesh flavoring!

If the thought of animal flesh prepared for human consumption is troubling to you, there is a good chance that most thoughts cause you great trouble.

To be clear: We do not say this to alienate animal right activists. We say this to openly mock them and assert their inferior intellectual capability.

The content of this blog post reflects the views of the INC and is the sole responsibility of the INC and in no way reflects the views of the NCAA, the NAFTA agreement, European Union or/and the Royal Danish Embassy. It especially doesn’t reflect the views of silly people with too much free time and disposable income. Those people will most likely strongly disagree with these views.


We are set to embark on a journey of shameless marketing and endless hyperbole to alert the public of our glorious endeavors and notorious deeds in hopes the said public purchases our wares with ever longing sentiment that it will enhance their meager time in this world and create a false sense of happiness and fulfillment. So that means we will be attending the inaugural Quest-Con in the dapper town of Mobile, AL. Be sure to visit our booth for previews, art, lore, rules, contests, photo ops, expensive autographs, adorable swag, witty banter, random hookups and epic miniatures that look larger in real life. By the way this reminds us to mention that this is a for real fleshy physical encounter that you will be able to digitally capture on your favorite virtual devices if you so choose.

The real world setting for this event is at the Arthur R. Outlaw Mobile Convention Center on the Gregorian calendar dates of October, 20-22, 2017


Here you are again.

You have been checking us out for a while now. At this point it is pretty obvious that you are curious. Have you signed up for NEXUS Spam yet?

Are you into role-play? Is there a special little something you like to wear that’s been collecting dust in your closet? Can you think of anything sexier than cosplay in the deep south? If we are speaking your language than save this date!

On October 20th, 2017 head on down to Mobile, Alabama for our big coming out party! If you have the opportunity to be there in person we’ll have something very impressive to reveal.

You won’t believe what we have to show you!


We defer to the late George Carlin…

“You know where the sanctity of life came from? We made it up! You know why? Cause we’re alive! Self-interest. Living people have a strong interest in promoting the idea that somehow life is sacred. You don’t see Abbott and Costello running around, talking about this shit, do you? We’re not hearing a whole lot from Mussolini on the subject. What’s the latest from JFK? Not a god damned thing, cause JFK, Mussolini, and Abbott and Costello are fucking dead. They’re fucking dead, and dead people give less than a shit about the sanctity of life. Only living people care about it, so the whole thing grows out of a completely biased point of view. It’s a self-serving, man-made bullshit story. It’s one of these things we tell ourselves so we’ll feel noble. Life is sacred, makes you feel noble.

Well let me ask you this, if everything that ever lived is dead, and everything alive is going to die, where does the sacred part come in? I’m having trouble with that. Because even with the stuff we preach about the sanctity of life, we don’t practice it. Look at what we kill. Mosquitoes and flies, because they’re pests! Lions and tigers, because it’s fun! Chickens and pigs, because we’re hungry. Pheasants and quail, because it’s fun, and we’re hungry. And people! We kill people, because they’re pests… and it’s fun!

And you might have noticed something else, the sanctity of life doesn’t seem to apply to cancer cells, does it? You never see a bumper sticker that says ‘save the tumors’ or ‘I brake for advanced melanoma.’ No, viruses, mold, mildew, maggots, fungus, weeds, e. coli bacteria, the crabs, nothing sacred about those things. So at best, the sanctity of life is kind of a selective thing. We get to choose which forms of life we feel are sacred, and we get to kill the rest. Pretty neat deal, huh? You know how we got it? We made the whole fucking thing up! ”

-George Carlin


Have you been paying attention?!

We snuck in The Critiqueur last week. Did you even notice?

Well, if you didn’t notice then it doesn’t count. So, today we take a look at The Famished the third of the eight starting motivations to be revealed (every Thursday evening if you haven’t figured that out yet) leading up to October 20th (a date that is special for reasons to be revealed later).

The NEXUS Merch is almost ready and in the coming months we will begin revealing things at a rapid pace. So check back often. To make things easier for yourself, you really should follow us on social media. Apparently that is what cool people do. We need more friends and we aspire to trend!

Have you liked us on Facebook yet?

Are you pinning our shit?

Do you even read our tweets?

If nothing else sign up for NEXUS Spam. It’s the least you ungrateful supporters can do…