Hmm. This is a rather small retrospective. I've only got 5. A bit squeaky clean by the standards set so far, as well, with nary a mutation or servitor in sight. Anyway;
Evandon, imperial noble and erstwhile scribe.http://picasaweb.google.com/lh/photo/ktTImjAkQZbiV4e5xojifw?feat=directlink
Firstly, this is not a girl, merely a noble, and for a long time my only model. A mix of various imperial guard parts transforms devotee malicant into a rather diffident scribe, caught up in inquisitorial affairs through no fault of his own, normally seen dashing for the objective. He's fun to play and I remain fond of him - I think because his normal reaction of running away betrays a rare strain of common sense.
Then I got these two;
Lady Ylla, imperial noble and treasure hunterhttp://picasaweb.google.co.uk/lh/photo/CDeehVi9a7CfV3AO7_AJ3Q?feat=directlink
A treasure hunter who has links to Evandon's family and therefore tries to keep an eye on him. Acquired green hair on a whim, but it works into her background as a genetic marker engineered into her family, way back when. A reasonable duellist, but keeps getting shot. I need to get her some goons.http://picasaweb.google.com/lh/photo/naGodKXIT74TJsyt7ajzkQ?feat=directlink
That left me with a left over eldar model, with Jenna's hand. An outcast strayed far enough from the Path that he's not really on it any more. Since Ylla had his sword, he has a scabbard but no sword. I decided that this was an artefact stolen from him by Evandon's former (now deceased) inquisitorial master, and used to gain a hold over him. Formerly posing as an astropath to said inquisitor, he continues to hang around Evandon in the hope of some clue as to the swords whereabouts. He goes by the name of Jedd, although it isn't his real one.
Then along came this guyhttp://picasaweb.google.com/lh/photo/YN-hv7AXTa10ecbuKEbKWw?feat=directlink
A knarloc who I got from forgeoworld on a whim whilst ordering an eldar avatar, and named Gru. He doesn't fit easily with the rest of the warband, but kroot *are* mercenaries. He's also good for scenarios - I played one where a paranoid inquisitor had hidden some info inside Gru's leg irons, posing issues of retrieval, especially when one nameless player's approach involved blowing the lights.
Naturally I had to get a kroot to give him direction.http://picasaweb.google.com/lh/photo/5G8TqyvWZLE1IKzALev52w?feat=directlink
An angry red kroot. Who doesn't have a name yet, but does have a bolt carbine