Nice! That'd be sweet.
Warhammer is basically simple, even though it often wax polished and detailed in quality:
You take all manner of themes from Tolkien's Orcs-Elves-Dwarves, Undead, Daemons and Dinosaurs, and mix them all together in a fantasy world based on history (mainly Renaissance-era), so the Lizardmen of the equivalent of South America become based on Mesoamerican cultures, Chaos (evil) Dwarfs become based on Assyrians, Egypt becomes Undead skeleton country and so on. Put some wacky humour and grimdark cruelty on top of it, and you're good to go! It's a grand dark fantasy smörgåsbord all rigged for a fight, with a rich setting to inspire the players and collectors. The Ninth Age (T9A) is very much like Warhammer, only having more things in it, and an even more historically based setting, and as of presently it isn't so horror-show grimdark compared to Warhammer Fantasy (WHFB): i.imgur.com/dlmQkB6.jpg
T9A is still in early development as regards released official background, so now is really the right and formative time to put our mark upon it with new ideas.
Here is a brief list of factions and their real-world correspondence: www.the-ninth-age.com/index.ph…
Please ask whenever you wonder something, though I'm not deeply into the released T9A fluff, but more into the brainstorming for white spots on the map.
Here is the 9th Age world map ( i.imgur.com/2hnM0cX.jpg
), which like Warhammer is based on real-world geography. In Warhammer, South America was Lustria ( i.imgur.com/GwuOpjx.jpg
Our corner in T9A is Virentia over in the New World, more precisely up in the Wrathful Mountains (Andes-equivalent). The jungles below are teeming with Mayan-Aztec style Saurian Ancients/Lizardmen ( reho.st/self/e6be738e7a2c7c99a…
), and you can bet there are pesky Goblins around ( 1.bp.blogspot.com/-GzxqJKewIxU…
) with some kind of exotic garb to pester the Incan Dwarves up in the mountains.
Welcome aboard, it'd be great to have your ideas and concept artwork in the brainstorming on the Ninth Age! Also, I've mentioned your other Incan artwork and included it in the reference images in the latest update.