Posts Tagged ‘40K’

Hobby update 21/8/17 – nice to be able to put a few things in the finished pile!

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

Greetings all! Well last week has certainly been a busy week in my painting den, let’s have a look at all that lovely progress shall we?First up, as I’ve been working hard on getting my devastators up to snuff, I figured it was probably a good time to …

Space Marine Unit Spotlight: An Inceptor Review

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

Last week I looked at Aggressors, and it sparked a few conversations. One of the ideas that came up was comparing the various bolter fire support units that the Space Marine Codex has to offer. In a sentence, the Aggressors actually come out on top of …

Ilgaith the Outcast

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

Of all those who travel the skeins of the webway, it is us outcasts, us vagrants, who most frequently plumb its depths. My craftworld kin seek to exploit it like a tool. The Commorites seek to control it like an animal. The Harlequins seek to hide with…

‘nids part 218 – Genestealer Hybrids – environment suit highlights

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

You may recall this time last year I was actively sabotaging my Hobby Season goals by avoiding the Land Speeder Typhoons that were so close to completion. This year felt like history was going to repeat itself but it’s fatigue more than mindless ambiva…

Stormboy Nob Boss

Posted on August 20th, 2017 under , , , . Posted by

I am trying something new for my blog page.  I am learning how to live stream on Facebook using the video on other forms of social media.

8th ed. Space Marine codex review part 2 – HQ

Posted on August 20th, 2017 under , , , , . Posted by

Ok people (see, I’m channeling the spider now!), let’s get down into the nitty gritty of this here book shall we? Enough of the fluffy stuff, what can the new marine codex actually offer me?

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Dreadnoughts and news

Posted on August 20th, 2017 under , , , . Posted by

So many plates spinning at the moment hard to know where to begin. Let’s start with the reason you’re probably here; the painting. I worked out my 1000 points Blood Angels list for (imminently!) upcoming 40K fun intro event and being mostly the new Primaris I found I really didn’t …

Showcase: Death Guard Plague Marine Conversion

Posted on August 20th, 2017 under , , , . Posted by

Hi all! Here I have a second conversion made of a Lord of Plague from the Age of Simar model range. I used a head from the new Dark Imperium Death Guard, and a backpack from the Chaos Marine Lord Kranon. Simple, but good enough for a new bodyguard…

Slooooooooow Hobby Week

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

Not too much to report this time around. I managed to get done a squad of Space Marine Assault Terminators that I had hanging around. I had originally ordered a box of Ork Boyz on Amazon and these came instead(?). Rather than going through the return p…

Paint Table Saturday 198 – Spunk hauler and a pair of Ambulls

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

Hi All,Busy week here. The weather has been hot and fairly humid for us, had an iron on label inside my hat melt and stick to my head a little. Not very pleasant. I also got challenged to a fist fight on Facebook, and lost it on the guy, so I’m only pe…

Showcase: Orks Buzzgob’s Big Mek Stompa by ComradeQuiche

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

Hello all! This is Shane Blomberg here, aka ComradeQuiche. For the past year or so I have been working on an Ork Dread Mob, and have added a Stompa to my force roster!

Since I was building a Dread Mob, I felt that it was only fitting to include old Buzzgob as my HQ. In 7th Edition Buzzgob also gave players access to “Da Big Lugga”, a Kustom Big Mek Stompa with fun upgrades, and a nice cheap price tag! Though the reduction in points is gone, I feel that the Stompa is still a force to be reckoned with, plus the model is great!
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Not Dead – Just on Vacation

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

In case you were wondering why I haven’t kept up with the RPGaDay questions – but were afraid to ask – I’ve been on vacation. Since it mostly involved trees and bicycles, you can read about the over on my bike blog:

What I Did for my Summer Vacation – the 2017 Edition – Part One

There was some gaming involved… but I’ll post about that at the end of the month with my monthly boardgame round-up.

I was hoping to find the Astropolis II Kickstarter rewards had arrived when I got home, but alas, they have not…

In the meantime… RPGaDay Questions…

Question #13
Describe a game experience that changed how you play.

Yeah… I kind of drew a blank on this one. 

Changes in the way I play have been small, subtle, and gradual over the years. 
I think things that have changed how I game probably occurred OUTSIDE of actual play. Encountering a game system that gave experience for stuff OTHER THAN killing things and taking treasure was a bit thing… 
I guess one thing could be when I tried to kill Runkha… The first person I ever played with was my Dad. Because for the first bit it was just the two of us, he had two characters he played; Zadoc (a priest) and Runka (a thief). Once I encountered actual kids my age that played and had more than one player I kind of got it in my head that ONE MUST ONLY PLAY WITH ONE CHARACTER – but my dad insisted on playing with the two – even when playing with my other friend(s). I got annoyed by this and decided to kill off Rukha by having him attacked by a Ninja – hired by the baddies whose dungeon they were planning to attack… He looked so forlorn, I ended up saying he didn’t DIE, but was so gravely wounded he’d have to stay at the inn while the rest of the party went and bashed the Dungeon. I realized right away it was a bit of a dick move and decided not to ever be a dick again… But I don’t think he ever played a game again with me after that. 

Question #14 
Which RPG do you prefer for open-ended campaign play.

I think Traveller has worked really well for that… it is such a vast sandbox of a galaxy all laid out – but with lots of room for customization and tinkering. 

Mind you, I’ve used GURPS Traveller and I could just as easily use Savage Worlds or something else. I think the SETTING has as much (or MORE) to do with the ability for open-ended play than any particular role-playing game. 
Question #15
Which RPG do you enjoy adapting the most?

I had a lot of fun adapting SavageWorlds to all sorts of different settings – and I definitely have the most experience adapting it. Most recently I’ve been tinkering with the idea of minimizing rules to focus on actual ROLE-PLAYING and have been thinking a LOT about ways I could use something like Song of Blades and Heroes (or any of the games using the same basic game engine) as the basis for an extremely simple role-playing game. We shall see… 

Question #16. 
Which RPG do you enjoy using as is?

I think most RPGs I start out using as is – believing “Surely this will work out…” and then I always end up unsatisfied withe something and tinkering some how. I do like to at least TRY to play any new rule set – whether RPG, Miniatures, or boardgames – with the rules as is, to try and understand what the author(s) intended.

I’m reading through Tales from the Loop and the 40K RPGs right now (Rogue Trader and Only War) – and I can’t see any issues with Tales fem the Loop and so I could possibly run it “as is”, but after a few sessions who knows. The 40K RPGs…? Well, I can already imagine them bogging down in combat – so I’m already planning to use a streamlined combat system that uses elements of the 40K skirmish game to speed things up.
Question #17
Which RPG have you owned the longest by not played?

Actual role-playing games not individual adventures or supplements…

ALIENS? Bunnies and Burrows? High Colonies? All three I picked up in the late 80s when I worked at the Wizard’s Corner and never actually played… ALIENS and High Colonies I picked up when they first came out, Burrows and Bunnies I bought used off a guy…

I was a HUGE fan of Aliens back in the late 80s. I’ve probably seen that movie more than any other movie. So needless to say I was SUPER STOKED when I heard there was going to be an ALIENS role-playing game and I bought it the moment I set eyes upon it…. I remember reading the rules and being utterly underwhelmed by the whole thing… I don’t recall exactly what it was, but just overall disappointed. I may have made characters, but I’m pretty sure I never got so far as to PLAY the game. 

It looks like 

High Colonies came out in 1988 and ALIENS in 1991, so I’ve obviously had High Colonies longer. I have a feeling I may have bought Bunnies and Burrows before 1987… 

Question #18
Which RPG have you played the most in your life?

Hard to say…. In terms of number of gaming session or actual hours spent playing? Or the number of years spent using it as your go-to game?  Probably Savage Worlds… or maybe GURPS…?

I played a LOT of Role Master in high school and a lot of Palladium games (TMNT, Robotech, Heroes Unlimited, Beyond the Supernatural, etc – though I never really played Rifts…), Twilight:2000, Top Secret, Star Frontiers, Battletech/Mechwarrior…. who could possibly tally all those hours at lunch time or after school?!

After high school I played a LOT of GURPS and ran various GURPS games for years.

Eventually I abandoned GURPS in favour of Savage Worlds and ran games every Saturday evening for years… I played it enough that I set up an entire separate BLOG for it!

I have played a lot of D&D(Basic, AD&D, and more recently 5E) – This was the first RPG I ever played, and played it exclusively for some time before moving on to other games (though for a while I still played it as my go-to fantasy game) – and more recently I’ve been playing 5E…

Stay tuned for RPGaDay2017 Question #19 – coming tomorrow! 

Not Dead – Just on Vacation

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

In case you were wondering why I haven’t kept up with the RPGaDay questions – but were afraid to ask – I’ve been on vacation. Since it mostly involved trees and bicycles, you can read about the over on my bike blog:

What I Did for my Summer Vacation – the 2017 Edition – Part One

There was some gaming involved… but I’ll post about that at the end of the month with my monthly boardgame round-up.

I was hoping to find the Astropolis II Kickstarter rewards had arrived when I got home, but alas, they have not…

In the meantime… RPGaDay Questions…

Question #13
Describe a game experience that changed how you play.

Yeah… I kind of drew a blank on this one. 

Changes in the way I play have been small, subtle, and gradual over the years. 
I think things that have changed how I game probably occurred OUTSIDE of actual play. Encountering a game system that gave experience for stuff OTHER THAN killing things and taking treasure was a bit thing… 
I guess one thing could be when I tried to kill Runkha… The first person I ever played with was my Dad. Because for the first bit it was just the two of us, he had two characters he played; Zadoc (a priest) and Runka (a thief). Once I encountered actual kids my age that played and had more than one player I kind of got it in my head that ONE MUST ONLY PLAY WITH ONE CHARACTER – but my dad insisted on playing with the two – even when playing with my other friend(s). I got annoyed by this and decided to kill off Rukha by having him attacked by a Ninja – hired by the baddies whose dungeon they were planning to attack… He looked so forlorn, I ended up saying he didn’t DIE, but was so gravely wounded he’d have to stay at the inn while the rest of the party went and bashed the Dungeon. I realized right away it was a bit of a dick move and decided not to ever be a dick again… But I don’t think he ever played a game again with me after that. 

Question #14 
Which RPG do you prefer for open-ended campaign play.

I think Traveller has worked really well for that… it is such a vast sandbox of a galaxy all laid out – but with lots of room for customization and tinkering. 

Mind you, I’ve used GURPS Traveller and I could just as easily use Savage Worlds or something else. I think the SETTING has as much (or MORE) to do with the ability for open-ended play than any particular role-playing game. 
Question #15
Which RPG do you enjoy adapting the most?

I had a lot of fun adapting SavageWorlds to all sorts of different settings – and I definitely have the most experience adapting it. Most recently I’ve been tinkering with the idea of minimizing rules to focus on actual ROLE-PLAYING and have been thinking a LOT about ways I could use something like Song of Blades and Heroes (or any of the games using the same basic game engine) as the basis for an extremely simple role-playing game. We shall see… 

Question #16. 
Which RPG do you enjoy using as is?

I think most RPGs I start out using as is – believing “Surely this will work out…” and then I always end up unsatisfied withe something and tinkering some how. I do like to at least TRY to play any new rule set – whether RPG, Miniatures, or boardgames – with the rules as is, to try and understand what the author(s) intended.

I’m reading through Tales from the Loop and the 40K RPGs right now (Rogue Trader and Only War) – and I can’t see any issues with Tales fem the Loop and so I could possibly run it “as is”, but after a few sessions who knows. The 40K RPGs…? Well, I can already imagine them bogging down in combat – so I’m already planning to use a streamlined combat system that uses elements of the 40K skirmish game to speed things up.
Question #17
Which RPG have you owned the longest by not played?

Actual role-playing games not individual adventures or supplements…

ALIENS? Bunnies and Burrows? High Colonies? All three I picked up in the late 80s when I worked at the Wizard’s Corner and never actually played… ALIENS and High Colonies I picked up when they first came out, Burrows and Bunnies I bought used off a guy…

I was a HUGE fan of Aliens back in the late 80s. I’ve probably seen that movie more than any other movie. So needless to say I was SUPER STOKED when I heard there was going to be an ALIENS role-playing game and I bought it the moment I set eyes upon it…. I remember reading the rules and being utterly underwhelmed by the whole thing… I don’t recall exactly what it was, but just overall disappointed. I may have made characters, but I’m pretty sure I never got so far as to PLAY the game. 

It looks like 

High Colonies came out in 1988 and ALIENS in 1991, so I’ve obviously had High Colonies longer. I have a feeling I may have bought Bunnies and Burrows before 1987… 

Question #18
Which RPG have you played the most in your life?

Hard to say…. In terms of number of gaming session or actual hours spent playing? Or the number of years spent using it as your go-to game?  Probably Savage Worlds… or maybe GURPS…?

I played a LOT of Role Master in high school and a lot of Palladium games (TMNT, Robotech, Heroes Unlimited, Beyond the Supernatural, etc – though I never really played Rifts…), Twilight:2000, Top Secret, Star Frontiers, Battletech/Mechwarrior…. who could possibly tally all those hours at lunch time or after school?!

After high school I played a LOT of GURPS and ran various GURPS games for years.

Eventually I abandoned GURPS in favour of Savage Worlds and ran games every Saturday evening for years… I played it enough that I set up an entire separate BLOG for it!

I have played a lot of D&D(Basic, AD&D, and more recently 5E) – This was the first RPG I ever played, and played it exclusively for some time before moving on to other games (though for a while I still played it as my go-to fantasy game) – and more recently I’ve been playing 5E…

Stay tuned for RPGaDay2017 Question #19 – coming tomorrow! 

2000pts battle report – Tyranids v Dark Angels – Game 5 – North West Open

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

The North West Open Tournament @ Wargames is an ITC format competition using the following rules pack: ITC 8th ed Combined Arms Missions. Each mission was rolled for randomly before the game and we were then all told which one to play.

Game 5 low down:
  • Scenario 4 – The Scouring [check the rules pack linked above for all the details]
  • Search & Destroy deployment
  • 1 Eternal War Objective and 2 Maelstrom

Moving down the tables I was on table 26 with only one pair below me and my partner Colin Mill’s Dark Angels. However, it turned out the two other players were ‘no shows’ and as such I’d managed to reach the bottom table – we were indeed fighting for the Wooden Spoon! The added bonus for me was seeing how Dark Angels fare in 8th. Colin had a vehicle heavy list [all lists are here], Razorbacks, couple of Predators, two Dreadnoughts and two Las Cannon Devastators with Azrael to buff his nearby units behind that ruin in the top left.

I got first turn and rolled hold objective 1 and 2 for Maelstrom which meant I could swap them for hold 3 objectives. It’s a bigger gamble but the rewards were 3 VPs instead on a max of 2. It was doable as all three objectives were within [Death] spittingdistance of my DZ. I mean it was a competitive decision, I felt I had a 65-75% chance of success given the bodies on the board but failure would push me into Wooden Spoon territory. I couldn’t ignore the chance, to do so would spurned the gift, so I went for it.

Flyrant and Carnifex moved on one of the Razorbacks, but no First Blood in this game! The Flyrant was spectacularly inneffective against the tank. He really needs a Melee weapon if I’m going to play him like this. I think further insult was added by possibly being killed by Colin in his following turn, he doesn’t appear in any further pictures.

I thinned out the Devastators in the Ruins opposite my DZ but the 2 remaining wouldn’t break.

The returned fire by killing the Tervigon. Support from the Predators were surprisingly effective, their Auto Cannon was particularly brutal, propmpting me to consider moving my own one further up my 2017/18 Hobby Season To Do List. Unfortunately it wasn’t enough to pull me off my objectives and I gained 3 VPs in my turn.

Colin had inadvertanly positioned his units in such a way as to make my Trygon tunnel really difficult to place. I coudl certainly put them down, just nowhere to take benefit of their deployment, with trees and choke points all around. However, I’d drawn objective 1 and 2 again so a second chanc eto convert that to 3 objectives. The odds were prety even in success now. Without the Tervigon the Trygon and Genestealers could soak up the fire while everything else secured the three objectives.

The Carnifex attempted what the Flyrant had failed to do and were equally unable to complete the task. The fact their Thresher Scyth tails is only S4 the reason for their inability to wound the tank.

And therefore paid the price as the Razorback fell back leaving them exposed.

And one Carnifex went down.

The Trygon Prime was also felled but my line stayed true and I was able to secure another 3 VPs in my turn.

I drew hold objective 2 and kill a unit. I’m not entirely sure what went down in this turn 3 [our final turn, believe it or not]. I know I ultimately scored both Maelstrom objectives. I think the Razorback got destroyed, I couldn’t quite get the last Devastator in the ruins and my remaining Genestealers tried to assault the two Razorbacks in the woods, not sure how many survived but the end of the game I’d won 8 VPs for Maelstrom [thanks to the three objective gambles], we tied the Eternal War mission on 4 VPs each and I got Linebreaker for my Carnifex while Colin Scored Big Game Hunter and Slay the Warlord – final score 13-6 to me – a win!

Because of the win I was out of the Wooden Spoon competition and I was convinced Colin had been successful but he actually lost out on that ‘accolade’ by one VP. I suppose it’s no surprise to discover that Colin’s experience was limited, this may well have been his first five games of 8th if I recall but his sportsmanship was awesome and such a genuinely friendly bloke, his kilt was also particularly special :)

There we have it, five games, one win, about right and Martin [owner of Wargames] did say, with no disrespect, that I’d found my place. The third floor was by far the most relaxed, even Aceface said it got progressively tense the higher up the tables [the lower down the building]. Every game was a treat, every player was a true gentleman of the hobby and as you know I did come away with Best Army and £50 to spend which will cover the Tyranid Codex and perhaps go towards an Exocrine if they ever return.

I think as a ‘make or break’ for 8th it’s been apparent in my reports and comments that I still have reservations. It’s such a change that it’s clear I can’t continue to play 8th as I have 5th, 6th and 7th. Bottom line Tyranids are competitive and I currently am not. Whether getting better at the game can be achieved without that need to be ruthless that seems to predicate success I don’t know.

The ITC format was interesting in the Maelstrom missions only scoring in your subsequent turn – this certainly led to some tactical thought to ensure you would still score your points after your opponents turn. But beyond that I think tactics in general have taken a huge hit. I keep referring to the first turn – regardless of missions it seems you have to decapitate as much of your opponent as you can because they’re sure as hell going to do that to you. Once you’ve blunted their force you have room to deal with whatever tactical missions are on the cards.

I confess I’m not sure how this is different from me always striving for First Blood. but that can be achieved with just one unit, however small and a wrecked Rhino isn’t exactly ruining your day. Purge the Alien missions have always been my least favourite missions but it seems like this forms the core introduction to how 8th games pan out. Maybe there’s a little more finesse I’m missing because I’ll admit my grasp of how to approach games is sorely lacking. But this is still coming to terms with 8th and so long as my mates are still invested and I’m still having fun, which the NWO provided in abundance I’ll be there. Next stop – Nevermind the Blog Wars.

WIP: Ultramarines Assault Squad #2

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

Some progress on my Assault Squad. The first three models have been reworked and improved, they just need some transfers and static grass. Seven more to go! What are you up to this weekend?

All hail Slaanesh! Eldar God of Peacetime

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

We…we thought She would be our saviour. A glorious God of Peace and Prosperity, forever ridding us of Khaine the Murderer of Eldar. We were gravely mistaken.



Heg the Crone could have spied the truth, had we not blinded her from it. It was our only option. She would not have taken kindly to our plot to murder her consort.


This…disfigurement. This eternity in servitude to the Goddess we spawned. This is the punishment for our hubris…

…it is not enough for what we have done.

And here are the last two of the Croneworlders, bringing the warband to the sacred number 6.
Apologies, but a rambling essay ahead!
I wanted to use the Croneworlders to offer a little hint that there might be more to the Fall than the simplified myths and legends we know today. The official story is that the eldar descended into decadence and birthed a Chaos God that tore their civilisation apart. You mean to say that a supremely psychic race with a penchant for scrying the future, and an entire pantheon of warp-gods including a prophetess and a seer…didn’t see that coming?
Nah. There’s got to be more to the story than that.
So I thought a little more about it. There’s no chance that the eldar, even in their most decadent self-absorption, didn’t see that they were birthing a warp-entity. So, why would they have let it happen?
We know that some dour fanatics tried to prevent the fall into decadence and the birth of this God, but why did their protestations fall on deaf ears? Especially as there was no way a profoundly psychic race would miss the birthing pains of a warp-god.
What if…what if they wanted Slaanesh to be born? Think about it. Your race is experiencing an unprecedented golden age. You’re undisputed masters of your galaxy. Your citizens are able to explore nothing but the pursuit of pleasure. Why would you expect any God birthed in that time be anything other than benevolent?
So, I came up with a little story based on that. The first eldar to notice that they were birthing a new god would probably be the followers of Morai-Heg the seer, deciphering Lileath’s prophesy. Perhaps they made the connection that the God of Peace they were birthing would finally kill Khaine, God of War (and murderer of eldar). Perhaps they made the connection that Morai-Heg might not be so pleased about her consort being murdered, so set out to blind her to it.
And so the Fall of the Eldar was eased into motion. A group of eldar prophets forseeing a glorious God for a glorious golden age. In their arrogance they did not forsee that this God may not be all it promised to be and so blinded their leaders to the dangers presented, and led on the masses to greater deeds of decadence (becoming the Dark Muses referenced in the Dark Eldar codex).
Only when Slaanesh tore herself into wakefulness did they realise what they had done. Those who could fled, seeking refuge in the webway. Those who couldn’t were kept as playthings, disfigured into crones (a terrible affliction for slaaneshi and eldar alike) and forced to watch for eternity as their kind are steadily hunted down by She Who Thirsts.
What you get at the end of that is the Croneweaver in the first pic. Downtrodden and ostracised by Her other playthings. Kept as living proof of the folly of trying to control the Gods.

GuardCon 2017

Posted on August 16th, 2017 under , , , , , , , . Posted by

GuardCon 2017ACG Club’s annual convention of gaming.Featuring the largest Warhammer 40K doubles tournament in NZ, The 9th Age: Fantasy Battle, Age of Sigmar, X-Wing, Board gaming and more!!Hosted by Equinox Tournaments in association with the ACG Club….

8th ed. Space Marine codex review part 1 – what’s new?

Posted on August 16th, 2017 under , , , . Posted by

Greetings all – it’s about that time now I think, when I’ve had enough games with the ‘new’ space marines that I can start to talk with confidence about them in 8th edition, what’s good, what’s not so good and how to get the most out of the army in your games of 40k.

I’m going to write this article in a new way for me, so please as ever feel free to give your thoughts and comments on the style as well as content in the section below.

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40K: Beginning a Primaris Marine Army

Posted on August 16th, 2017 under , , . Posted by

Ive been a bit sneaky… whilst working on the Apostles of Contagion and recent commissions i have been putting together my Primaris force, and now sit at about 2000pts of them.At this point its all built, undercoated and first basecoat bar the Repulso…

More Ambulls

Posted on August 16th, 2017 under , , , , . Posted by

Hi All,In between getting called out to a fist fight on facebook and standing out in the mid day sun for two hours a day, I’ve done a tad more work on the Ambull idea.I finished the base coats and put a few highlight layers on the Spunk carrier.And I t…

2000pts battle report – Tyranids v Astra Milliwhatsit [TANKS!] – Game 4 – North West Open

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The North West Open Tournament @ Wargames is an ITC format competition using the following rules pack: ITC 8th ed Combined Arms Missions. Each mission was rolled for randomly before the game and we were then all told which one to play.Game 4 low down:S…

List writing in 8th edition 40k

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

Greetings all – welcome to a bit of a thought-provoking piece today (I hope!)

As you probably know, I like to keep an eye on the various blogs out there and am sometimes inspired by what I read to write an article of my own on a related topic. As much as I love seeing hobby updates etc I think this is one of my favourite things about being a blogger – the way one article can inspire others and a whole discussion results across several blogs.

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40K: Apostles of Contagion reinforcements

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

I’m still alive!!Ive been on holiday for a bit with the horde and was snowed under with work but im back on it and recently finished filling out my completed Plague Marine squad and also these extra Poxwalkers:Most of those marines were done in June bu…

Chapter Approved – Part 2 of 3 Interview with NafNaf

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

Apologies for the delay in posting up the link for this. I have had a lot on this weekend, with my lad being ill and now my wife down with the flu (it never rains but it pours as they say). Released last Wednesday was the second part of 3 episodes that…

Showcase: Ragnar Blackmane Space Wolves

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

By Logan’s beard! There is so much detail on this model. This model took so long to paint it felt like I was waiting for the 13th Company to return. Let’s paws for thought before checking out more pictures after the jump.  

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