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Painting Guide: Khorne Blood Bound

Posted on June 22nd, 2017 under , , , , . Posted by

Ok, I know I promised a rocket video, but I need to edit out the students. Child Protection is something any teacher worth their chalk takes seriously.

Instead here’s my guide to painting Khorne Bloodbound:

khorne painting guide
Don’t bother with the brush… just dunk him in there. Khorne loves that.

Ok, that’s not how I really paint these guys, and here’s a link to an actual painting guide. The conical flask there is full of fake blood I’m using for a murder mystery.

Blood group testing

The samples out of the blood group test teaching packet looked more like water melon juice than blood. I’m just doing some custom samples now.

What? Theatricality is important in the classroom. Why wouldn’t I spend my free time making realistic looking blood samples?

Until next time!

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Work in Progress: Primaris Field Police

Posted on June 21st, 2017 under , , , , . Posted by

… or how to compromise.The Twitter poll was abit of a dud, ending in 50% for White Scars, and 50% for Field Police. So I put them together.Behold! The Primaris Field Police!Just… not done yetYou know what? I like it.There’s certainly a nice theme t…

Quick and Dirty (Ha!) Plague Marine

Posted on June 21st, 2017 under , , , , . Posted by

Sometimes I feel as though I do things for the awful puns I can title the projects with.I do not apologise for this behaviour.So dirty…This is a Plague Marine from the Dark Imperium box set. My students aren’t ever so fussed about the paint job of Ch…

Mad Science: Atmospheric Hydro-prop Booster

Posted on June 19th, 2017 under , , , , . Posted by

For some Astartes, jump packs are not enough. For some Astartes, true flight for mankind is the goal.For this Space Marine… only piercing the heavens will do…Primaris Inceptors think their jet packs are cool…This Astartes sneers at Swooping Hawk …

Happy Father’s Day!

Posted on June 18th, 2017 under , , , , . Posted by

You know… my wife knows exactly what to put in my toddler son’s hands for a good Father’s Day treat!Thanks to both of them!Until next time!Thanks for reading.If you liked what you saw, and you want to help out, please leave a comment. Sharing this wi…

8th Edition is today!

Posted on June 17th, 2017 under , , , , . Posted by

Time to go to the shops!Well for you guys at least. I have a staff training session this morning. Followed by Open Morning where I’m leading one of the key activities. And then house barbecue.But you guys have no excuse! Go out, get the 8 ED box now!Th…

(Belated!) Happy 6 month Birthday Blog!

Posted on June 15th, 2017 under , , , , . Posted by

As I shot past the 6 month mark without realising, thanks to a combination of 8th Edition and exam season kicking off, I thought it would be a good idea to do a quick stock check of how things were progressing now.

In case you were wondering, unlike the other two Birthday blogs where I was at a parents evening, I’m acting as monitor for a GCSE exam as I write this. This is like an unofficial invigilator, who is just a spare person to take people to the loo, escort unwell students to the school nurse etc. There’s not much to do apart from work on a laptop at the back of the exam room, so I have some time to do this.

The blog was started on the 24th October 2016, so we’re closer to the 8 month mark than anything. As of when I write this (14th June 2017), there are the following stats:

  • Post count: 261
  • Days active: 233
  • Posts per day: 1.12
  • Previous posts per day: 1.27

Laws of averages fully coming into effect here. As long as I stick to a post-a-day schedule, posts per day will keep falling down to 1. I’ll still keep putting the number up there, so you can compare it to other blogs.

  • Total page views: 45,140
  • Views per day: 193
  • Views per post: 173
  • Prev. per day: 33
  • Prev. per post: 22

Well… this sky rocketed in the last month or so! To fully appreciate how much this went up, we’ll indulge in some graphing. I know, I spoil you guys!

One guess as to what happened there.

With the reveal of 8th Edition, people have been hitting the internet hard for any scrap of information. I’m under no illusions that this increase will continue, but I’m hoping that some of you out there will keep coming back despite the new edition arriving this Saturday.

Unlike other news outlets, I don’t spam my pages with adverts. At this point, whenever I visit the major sites, my browser slows to a crawl with the number of banners and flashing images. My work computer is not able to keep up with up with those sites, and I’m sure the click baity style of the headlines is an irritant to some people.

Not that I don’t sometimes use click bait, but I’m not just getting your click for money. If I ever have a vaguely click bait sounding post title, I hope it’s informative enough to be worth your time!

With that said, the reason I started this blog was to get more funds for my school club.

Again, with the release of 8th Edition, our budget has been hit pretty hard. Whilst the box set itself is £95, just within the club’s termly budget, the extra index books for the student neophytes’ armies has out me well out of pocket.

This is to say nothing of the dire state of our paint and hobby tool supplies. We’re down to one plastic glue, some super glue I pinched from Design Technology (Shop class to you yanks), and two pairs of fairly ropey clippers.

I find myself quoting Ford a lot, often saying to students “You can paint them whatever colour you like, as long as it’s green.” Although at this point I may have to start pushing the idea of pink Space Marines to use up all the Bugman’s Glow we have.

Whilst the students are generally happy with what we have, and usually okay with going out to buy their own models and kit, there are a few disappointed faces out there of people who realise they simply don’t have the money to support this hobby.

The school I work at has a very high proportion of scholarship students. The school’s mission, which it’s been doing for roughly the last 400 years (no exaggeration), is to provide education and a stable home environment for kids that really need it. Next year, I will be working in the boarding house full time to provide that stable environment.

What that means is that about 50% of our students can’t afford Games Workshop models. Realistically, only 75% of the students in the club use their own models. And they all rely on the club supplies for paints and tools.

So… support the blog and the club by donating to any other the links below. I’m working on affiliate links as well, so that you can support the blog whilst getting a good deal on minis.

Ok, my time invigilating is nearly over. Just two days to 8th Edition!

Until next time!

Thanks for reading.

If you liked what you saw, and you want to help out, please leave a comment. Sharing this with your friends, and following me on Twitter, Facebook or Google+ would also be hugely appreciated.

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If you really love what I do here, you can make a one off donation at my PayPal, or become a true hero to table top education and make a regular donation to my Patreon. Every Little helps!

8th Edition Indecision and Competition

Posted on June 14th, 2017 under , , , , . Posted by

So… with 8th Edition just a few days away, I have a decision to make.What chapter should the clubs new Primaris Space Marines belong to? There are two options: White Scars or my own Space Marine Field Police. Both are fairly unique, and I haven’t see…

How to build a Plague Marine

Posted on June 13th, 2017 under , , , , . Posted by

The Chaos side of the starter pack, Warhammer TV’s Duncan has released a video on how to construct the Death Guard models in Dark Imperium.Not much more to report on that, but tune in tomorrow for a brief run down of Adeptus Mechanicus in 8th Edition.U…

How to build Primaris Space Marines

Posted on June 12th, 2017 under , , , , . Posted by

We’re into the last week before 8th edition hits, and Warhammer TV has posted up the first of the starter box tutorials.The video is below, but I just wanted to highlight a neat little detail in the instructions:The colour coding is new, with yellow pa…

8th Edition Thousand Sons vs. Eldar Battle Report by Unknown

Posted on June 11th, 2017 under , , , , . Posted by

This battle report is courtesy of Unknown, who left it as a comment on my breakdown of the Thousand Sons in 8th Edition. Thank very much for leaving it there!Unknown:I ran Magnus, Ahriman, 1 Exalted Sorcerer on disc, 2 x 5 man rubrics.He ran Eldrad, a …

Bugman’s Birthday Card! And some marking…

Posted on June 11th, 2017 under , , , , . Posted by

I’m slightly annoyed I have to do this as my hit count has suddenly jumped to over 1000 hits a day, but I’m taking this weekend off.We’ve just had internal exams, and I’m current;y neck deep in Physics papers to mark. Unlike some subjects, there are a …

40K 8th Edition Grey Knights (Huge Reveal!)

Posted on June 9th, 2017 under , , , , . Posted by

Have to admit, I stopped collecting Grey Knights a good long time ago. And by that I mean second edition. But I’ve always kept tabs on these Shiny Super Space Marines, mostly because I never grew out of my teenage Paladin Phase.

Paragon until the day I die.

But let’s find out what they will be like in 8th Edition! Grab yourself a cup of tea first, this could take a while…


Kalador Draigo

We might as well start with the biggest ball of cheese. The weirdly referentially named Draigo was the most polarising character ever created in the Wardian era of Mary Sue development. Known for stabbing demon Primarchs in the heart, and possibly undergoing a Quantumn Leap style quest through the warp, his table top presence was no less feared.
He’s been downgraded to merely really good in this edition. Huzzah!
His best two features are his re-rolled failed to hit buffs and his really good sword. The Titan sword allows him to hit at Str 8, and with a -4 Rend and 3 damage he will be slicing most vehicles up with ease, and will be deadly to characters.
At 5 wounds though… expect him to get hit back hard in return. With Invisibilty gone from the game, he can no longer rely on snap-shots. Even regular Marines have a chance at bringing him down now, and Rubricae will have a lot of fun forcing him to rely on his invulnerable save. A squad of Guardsmen may even be able to bring him down now, with some lucky rolls and an order or two!

Brother Captain Stern

Good old Stern. The Psychic counterpoint to Draigo’s sword, Stern rocks the Psychic Locus buff. you’ll be seeing this a lot, which doubles the range of Smite for nearby units. This gives most Grey Knight units a decent long range harassment tool, and turns Stern himself into a Holy Hand Grenade.
Stern also has the Zone of Banishment ability, which is an AoE attack on daemons. The Psychic Locus buff extends the reach of this, and maybe the extra AoE damage range as well.
He also caries a unique special rule giving Stern a re-roll at the cost of giving the opposing player a re-roll as well. Why he has this and not, say, a follower of a certain capricious god of fate is beyond me.

Castellan Crowe

Crowe is still up to the Purifier burning shenanigans, and we see the Purifying Flame rule for the first time. It turns Smite into a point blank d6 Mortal wound dealing version. Not really the Holy hand Grenade we saw with 7th Editions nova, or a Goku-esque Kamehameha, and more of a Naruto style Rasengan melee blast.
His weapon… is terrible as far as I can see, but his special weapons rule makes up for that. On a successful To-Wound roll he generates an extra attack. If you’re lucky that’s 10 attacks, but since he’s only Str 4, you may want to cast Hammer Hand on him.
He’s cheap, and his Flames can stack up to some nasty damage. If he dies in combat he can hit again, so strike first with this guy, and hope the enemy is foolish enough to counter attack. With no buffs, he’s not a great leader. Treat him as a discount Draigo beat stick.




Here’s one of the reasons you take Grey Knights… Troops choice terminators. They’re Terminators… with Pyschic powers and other bits of Grey Knight kit. The standard weapon is the Force Sword, which is not realy a bade option these days. d3 damage and a really good Rend make these excellent close quarter weapons, but their options are basically the same as any power weapon list.
Swords are as above, halberds are simply axes (see below), and the only unique weapon is the stave. +2 Strength and -1 AP make it the same as a Force Staff. Where this becomes good for Terminators is the extra ability… it adds +1 to Invulnerable saves.
Not as good as a Storm Shield, but you still keep the stupid firepower of a Rapid Fire 2 Stormbolter and you don’t suffer the -1 To Hit of the Thunder Hammer. A neat little compromise, and gives the Knights that better Invulnerable save they’ve been coveting off the vanilla Marines.

Strike Team


Psychic Space Marines with better weapons. At 7 Power levels, the things these guys can do make them extremely affordable. They keep their Teleport Strike, and with the new Storm Bolters that puts them at a better level of firepower than Rubricae.
Other than that, there’s not much more to say. Slightly more offensive than Terminators, but with slightly less defences. If you want to make them more like Rurbric marines, you can give them all Warding Staves for a 5+ Invulnerable save, which literally puts them as a more offensive mirror to the Rubricae.
For what you get on these guys, I would actually place them as better for their price than Rubric Marines. Teleporting in and dropping 4 shots each plus whatever specialist weapon they bring makes them more versatile than footslogging Rubrics.
In case you’re wondering why I keep comparing them to Rubric Marines, it’s because they one of the few factions to have psychic Troops choices. That makes them direct competition for the Thousand Sons for the play style.

Weapon Options

The rest of the units are variations of special/heavy weapon uses, so we realy need to look at weapons first.


Not much to talk about here, and you can see for yourself the interesting parts. The Daemon Hammer gets max damage rather than d3, and the grand hammer gets a minimum of 3 damage on each wound. Nasty stuff.


Blurry leak is blurry, but you can just about make out the Psilencer. 6 shots with the standard Force d3 wounds is going to be a nightmare for dual wound models. Any Grey Knight army facing off against Primaris Marines will want to strongly consider these guns. It also makes it a relatively decent light tank killer. Even though the To-Wound roll will be 5+ or 6 in some cases, those that do wound hit quite hard.
The Psycannon looks respectable at Heavy 4, Strength 7 AP-1 and 2 damage. I can’t really make out much more than that, but there doesn’t look like anything above 24-inches range. That’s not such a problem for the Knights, who can teleport in and drop some serious firepower 9-inches from the enemy.
To be honest, 24-inches is hardly short range either. The Knights are going to have a respectable battlefield presence and medium ranged threat. That makes them remarkably good at dominating the center of the field.




The elite of the power armoured Grey Knights, their claim to fame is Purifying Flame (busting out rhymes with absolutely no shame). At a little extra cost to the Strike Squad, this sledge hammer unit can deal d6 Mortal wounds per Psychic phase.
Is that worth it? Perhaps only for fluff reasons, if you enjoy the image of power armoured knights wreathed in warpflame. In the new edition, psychic phases happen before assault and everyone has the option to Fall Back away from combat. You’re unlikely to find an enemy willing to stick around in combat long enough to get burned.
Two special weapons make this squad somewhat useful over the regular Strike Team… but if you want to load up on specials you should be looking at the Purgation squad.
There is a neat little synergy that makes these guys worth it. Buddy them up with a Captain who has Psychic Locus. This extends the range to 6-inches, which means you can start to create a sizeable bubble around the squad where no enemy unit wants to be. Area denial!

Paladin Squad

Bigger better terminators. Next.
Okay, a little more than that. 3 Wounds and attacks put this on the same spectrum as the Troops choices, muting potential shooting power with fewer guns per wounds. They also start off with just 3 models a unit for a price cheaper than the Troops terminators. You can then nearly double the Power level cost of this unit for two more models with special weapons.
Sort of useful, but another fluff choice more than anything.

Paladin Ancient

Choppy banner bearer. He is essentially the Paladin sergeant, but has a neat buff that adds 1 to leadership in the troops around him. He’s probably the reason why the Paladin squad went down to three models, so you can use the standard bearer from that kit to make a quasi-character.
Ironically, since he gives an extra attack to models around him, he’s better off working with the regular power armoured folk, to maximise the bonus.

Brotherhood Ancient

Exactly the same as above… but with less WS. And the same Power Level.
Probably makes more sense with the points values, but you can probably skip this knight for his Lawful Good counterpart.


The Grey Knight equivalent of the Space Marine doctor, this guy has a lot more utility with your 2-wounded troop Terminators. Park him next to a Paladin squad or Nemesis Dreadknight and feel the rage of your opponent.
Better than your vanilla apothecary thanks to Paladin stats, terminator armour, and mind bullets in the psychic phase.
Also comes in the Paladin kit I think, making that box the most point value for money ever.

Fast Attack

Only one thing to leak here, but presumably the Grey Knights retain their Storm Ravens.

Interceptor Squad

If you were wondering why the Primaris Marines had Inceptors rather than Interceptors for their jump pack troop name… these are why.
They’re essentially the same as the Strike Squad, but can move 12-inches with their teleporters (those two sticks on their backpacks allowing them to move with the magic of 1950s sci-fi designs). They ignore terrain like models with Fly, but can’t do the Fall Back shenanigans or engage planes in close combat like true Fly models.
They also have the ablity to re-Deep Strike in once per battlefield. We can see in this unit the future for Swooping Hawks and Warp Spiders, as they pull off the same tricks as those two aspect warrior shrines. Really good for the Grey Knights, who tend to be stuck foot slogging across the battlefield after teleporting in.

Heavy Support

Purgation Squad

Grey Knight Devastators. The Grey Knight weapons are quite good, making this a very nasty squad. And of course… teleporting in helps a lot.
Whilst they lack true anti-tank weapons, the damage done by “Force” weapons and the sheer volume of shots can help take down the big stuff.

Nemesis Dreadknight

Somewhat nerfed in this edition, if only because vehicles have turned into Toughness models and anti-tank weapons now work well on them too. At Tougness 6 it’s about the same as a Rhino, and only slightly better than a Dark Eldar Raider. The big thing saving this guy is the 2+ armour save and 12 wounds.
It’s mobility is fairly good, but decays with wounds. It’s early firepower is excellent, if only through sheer weight of fire, and the fact it can cast Psychic powers is just icing on the cake.
Not particularly excellent but still good.
Well… at least until…

Sanctic Powers and Special Rules

Rites of Banishment is up first, and it’s what mutes the army wide Smiting. Limiting the total mortal wounds to 1 is good, as is shortening the range. Comparing that to the Aspiring Sorcerer of the Rubric marines, the Thousand Sons have better range, and have the chance of dealing more damage. I’m happy with that!
Daemon Hunters is a specific rule, and if you’ve found yourself fighting a daemon army it means someone wants to play 40K on hard mode.
Nearly everyone has Teleport Strike, which is about as vanilla a non-standard deployment option as you’re going to get. The issue with this is deciding what units to deploy first, as you must have half on the battlefield at deployment.
Grey Knights can have a bunch of marine vehicles, and hilariously they become psykers, but only able to Deny and use Smite. Jury’s out if this is the regular smite or the Rites of Banishment version.

Sanctic Powers

  • 1)  Purge Soul: A potentially more damaging Smite against low Leadership armies
  • 2) Gate: OMG hax! They get to redeploy somewhere else on the battlefield. Fortunately vehicles don’t get this, otherwise we’d have teleporting Land Raiders.
  • 3) Hammerhand: Hit a little harder in combat.
There are no duds on that list, and I can see Gate being used to great strategic effect.

Final words

Really good army to have. You dominate the mid to close range, and have some funny deployment and complex mobility options. The canny commander will be the one who can somehow manage to keep the force together through multiple Gates, making sure the Emperor’s Hammer doesn’t scatter itself across the battlefield.
Compared to the Thousand Sons? Perhaps a little beter, but the Sons should have the edge on ranged Psychic powers. Can’t wait to see what the Sons’ psychic discipline is!
God that was long.
Until next time!

Thanks for reading.

If you liked what you saw, and you want to help out, please leave a comment. Sharing this with your friends, and following me on Twitter, Facebook or Google+ would also be hugely appreciated.

If you have anything you want me to look at, let me know in the comments below. I’ll probably be able to write an article about that topic within a day!

If you really love what I do here, you can make a one off donation at my PayPal, or become a true hero to table top education and make a regular donation to my Patreon. Every Little helps!

40K 8th Edition Harlequins

Posted on June 7th, 2017 under , , , , . Posted by

One of the weird choices I made was to collect Harlequins before collecting Eldar. My reasons were not based on the models or their stats… I was attracted by their lore. I’ve always played Bards in Dungeons and Dragons, and the idea of an army of the…

Quick Tip: Stone Weighted Bases

Posted on June 6th, 2017 under , , , , . Posted by

Tired of your Prosecutors and Harlequins falling over? Here’s a quick tip.Something that I predict to be a problem for the new flying Inceptors is going to be the top heavy nature of the model. Harlequins and Prosecutors are the same, as they are eithe…

8th Edition 40K Thousand Sons

Posted on June 5th, 2017 under , , , , . Posted by

It’s taken me a while to get around to this, even though the reveal (and leak!) has been up for a few days now. Thousand Sons were a project asked for by my half-dozen twitter readers, and so I wanted to do them justice.So… are the Sons of Prosp…

Pre-Orders for 8th Edition 40K Today! (And some bonus rumours!)

Posted on June 3rd, 2017 under , , , , . Posted by

Just two weeks to go from now, which means pre-orders for Warhammer 40K has gone live!

I’ve got mine in (well, for the school), and I was pleasantly surprised to get a bonus invitation to a release date celebration at my local Games Workshop shop. Free breakfast, and getting the box set 2 hours before the shop officially opens.

I’m nowhere near enough an important person to get special treatment (despite having sent two dozen students over to the shop to get miniatures clocking in at about three grands worth of revenue), and this is open to anyone who got pre-orders from the shop. I doubt there’s a person reading this that isn’t thinking of buying Dark Imperium on launch, so head over there tomorrow to get your pre-order.

Although, I’ll admit some may not be dedicated (nerdy) enough to wake up early on a Saturday for a bacon sandwich and 40K. I am both nerdy enough, and desperate enough for a bacon sandwich to do so.

You also get some free mission cards! Awesome! And artwork for different factions!

My local shop was also doing a swapping roster, for people that wanted to trade their Plague Marines for Primaris Space Marines and vice versa on the day. This is why you buy from the brick and mortar shop guys!

Some sad news though, the shop used to run a £20 voucher for buying a starter kit. This was applied to both 40K and Age of Sigmar, but they’ve since stopped running this promotion. Kind of a bummer, but there is some good news!

The manager of my local let slip a little rumour about an upcoming promotion this Summer which is in his words, “…even better!” Furthermore, it will be open to anyone who ordered/bought Dark Imperium before it goes live.

I wouldn’t usually talk about rumours and hearsay, preferring hard data and my own conjecture and analysis, but the manager has been really supportive and honest in the past.

So… watch this space I guess.

Until next time!

Thanks for reading.

If you liked what you saw, and you want to help out, please leave a comment. Sharing this with your friends, and following me on Twitter, Facebook or Google+ would also be hugely appreciated.

If you have anything you want me to look at, let me know in the comments below. I’ll probably be able to write an article about that topic within a day!

If you really love what I do here, you can make a one off donation at my PayPal, or become a true hero to table top education and make a regular donation to my Patreon. Every Little helps!

BREAKING NEWS: Space Marine Primaris Tank!

Posted on June 2nd, 2017 under , , , , . Posted by

Double post today because I missed yesterday. Today’s reveal over at Warhammer Community was the Primaris tank, the Repulsor: So called because it repulses the ground? No doubt piggy backing off the popularity of the Legio Custodes grav-tanks…

Warhammer 40K Paint Stripping Guide

Posted on June 2nd, 2017 under , , , , . Posted by

I’m getting ready for 8th Edition, and I’ve booked an appointment with my local games Workshop to go and get my pre-order in for tomorrow (3rd June… get hype!). This is a fantastic opportunity to get some projects going, and I’ve started off wit…

8th Edition 40K Dark Eldar

Posted on May 31st, 2017 under , , , , . Posted by

Poor Dark Eldar. More unrepentantly evil than Chaos, with absolutely no redeeming morality. Even Khorne, the god of murder and blood can claim the honour of a warrior. The DEldar have no such grey area.They were the nightmare of planets, striking witho…

8th Edition 40K, Tau Battle suits

Posted on May 30th, 2017 under , , , , . Posted by

The leaks are coming in faster than my posting schedule and other commitments can allow! I’m not unconvinced this isn’t an underhanded marketing ploy by Games Workshop in the run up to pre-orders going live this weekend, but whatever is causing this de…

Primaris Space Marine Paint Planner

Posted on May 29th, 2017 under , , , , . Posted by

The good chaps over at Games Workshop marketing have just released a bit of fluff on the Ultima Founding, the latest crop of Space Marine chapters.These are all based around the Primaris Space Marines, so expect your current Marines to fade away. Again…

Holiday Game: Blood Bowl!

Posted on May 29th, 2017 under , , , , . Posted by

On holiday now, which means I can play games with someone who’s already finished their GCSEs!Blood Bowl for now, but later today we plan to play test the new edition 40K. Stay tuned!Human’s technically won on points, but forfeited the game to the …

BREAKING NEWS: 8th Edition Rules Leak… it’s MASSIVE

Posted on May 27th, 2017 under , , , , . Posted by

Massive rules leak for 8th Edition 40K, as dropped by Grot Orderly on Facebook.(I haven’t got time to tidy this up now, and will do tonight)Core rulesBattle Forged ArmiesPrimaris Space Marine specific rulesFluff!   Thanks for reading.If …

BREAKING NEWS: Primaris Space Marine Datasheets!

Posted on May 26th, 2017 under , , , , . Posted by

*face palm* Oh come on, why even bother making assault marines?!Games Workshop, in the latest carriage of the hype train, has revealed the data sheets for the Primaris Space Marines that you get in the starter box set… well minus the Hellblaster voll…