The bestiary section of 'Crown of Fangs', the final installment in Pathfinder's Adventure Path 'Curse of the Crimson Throne' introduces the akaruzug, a fiendish soul-sucking construct. This creature felt like the perfect tool to empower the blood clones with combat abilities from a talented 'original'. The construct is described as 'crafted in the appearance of grim, towering angels and creatures of warped beauty', a 'mockery of light, life and all that is good'. It looks like 'a grim statue' that 'quietly hovers', 'its slow, seemingly weightless bobbing belying its obvious bulk. Sculpted in the shape of a grim, horned angel, gigantic wings and terrible, long clawed arms jut from a legless body that tapers into a blunt, blade-like trunk. Upon the ominous form's breast hang the fresh remains of a crucified corpse.' In my version the 'corpse' is field marshal Cressida Kroft, who is still alive, her fighting prowess serving as a source to draw power from. I construced the akaruzug miniature from some cheap secondhand toys. The other figurines are from Reaper, Heroclix, Warhammer and Freebooter. Scenery is Dwarven Forge and more DIY elements. You can read more about our heroes in the campaign journal section of Paizo's messageboards under MrVergee's Curse of the Crimson Throne.