Age of Sigmar


Garrek's Reavers

I have been interested in Warhammer Underworlds: Shadepire (or just Shadespire as it is commonly referred to) for a long time but since it was set in the Age of Sigmar setting and I was not playing Age of Sigmar I never thought about trying it.  But now I am all in AoS and with the new version of the game I decided I should get the Shadespire set before they become impossible to get.  Tim and I tried the game out recently and we both really enjoyed it.  I decided that with such a small number of figures I have no real excuse for not painting them up.  Below if Garrek's Reavers, a Khorne Bloodreavers band that comes in the game.  I went with a quick paint approach and I think they look good.  The nice thing about this game is the figures are also usable in AoS as this same unit.  So basically, I know have one unit for my Chaos army already done.Garrek's ReaversGarrek GorebeardBlooded SaekKasus the ChainedArnulfTargor

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Finished! Nagash, Supreme Lord of the Undead.

This project was very intense at times, which probably explains the speedpainting projects I've turned my attention to in Nagash's wake. But always the time is worth it to see the end result. I'm very proud of this one, it's the first time I aimed for more of a monochromatic, atmospheric piece. By mixing a little blue into each color I was aiming to create more of a nighttime scene.I'll follow this post up with some close ups, but for now enjoy the full body of Nagash.Gallery View

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Game Room Renovation – Part 2

More work has been done AND the first game has taken place down in my new Game Room.  All in all, great progress since the first post.  This time last year is when I started packing up my gaming space in my last house in preparation to sell and move.  It’s been a long road, but I finally feel like I’ve made it…somewhere. Game Time My brother was in town for Thanksgiving so that gave me some drive to get my gaming table up.  My plan is to rebuild this table into a 9ft x 5ft setup to accommodate the same rough size of games but also allow for space for books, figures, drinks, etc. Organization A part of what I enjoy in gaming is organizing the things I collect, consider it an outlet for my obsessive side.  I was able to finally organize all of my wargaming and RPG books in one place, as well as all of my dudesmen. New shelves filled Books all unpacked               First Game! Lastly, the first official game was had in the Game Room.  A quick game of Age of

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Completed Chainrasp Hordes

I knew from the beginning that my Nighthaunt army would have the Chainrasp Horde as the main Battleline unit.  For this I needed lots of Chainrasps and I was lucky enough to acquire three starter sets of models.I now have 60 painted models divided into three 20-man units.  These have been absolutely fantastic in every game I have played.  These are a must have as far as I am concerned.

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King of the Jungle- Old Blood on Carnosaur Showcase

I love Lizardmen. Note, Lizardmen, not Seraphon. The old lizard lore was so cool, and the way they worked before AoS way more interesting to me (if I wanted to play a summoning game, I would have picked Daemons). SO for me, that means my Lizard force is going to be built to WHFB 8th Edition, The Ninth Age and Kings of War. I may use them occasionally in AoS, but my opponent would have to be cool with Square Bases. My Tamurkhan's Horde army will be for AoS. My lizards are going to be for Rank and File battle games.It has been a LONG TIME coming, but I am finally making this army.With that said, I finally finished the my first complete Lizard of my own army. The Carnosaur kit is just such a cool kit, and I loved every minute of making this model.

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Glavewraith Stalkers

This is my 10 man (ghost) unit of Glavewraith Stalkers.  When Soul Wars was initially releasted this was the unit that got my attention.  The models were really creepy and unique and I was really excited to paint them and get them on the table.  I still like the models, especially the easy build set, but in game terms they are a bust.  I have used them in almost all my games and they never seem to earn their points back.  I have used them as line troop and as flankers.  Nothing seems to work.  I understand why they are rarely used in Nighthaunt armies.  Sadly I will likely retire them soon.

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Drugi Grimghast Reaper | Second Grimghast Reaper

Na własne potrzeby nazwę Grimghast Reaper będę tłumaczył zapewne jako Makabryczny Żniwiarz. Nie jest to tłumaczenie dokładne, ale zważywszy, że w opisie tych istot stwierdzono, że Nagash zamienia w nie po śmierci bezlitosnych, opanowanych, zimnokrwistych zabójców, pieczołowicie planujących każdą śmierć, używających trucizn, najemników lub podobnych sposobów do pozbycia się swych ofiar, a Upiornego Żniwiarza kojarzymy z czymś innym, myślę, że się nada.Obaj żniwiarze - i ten wcześniejszy i dzisiejszy - to łatwe w budowie miniaturki z boksa Soul Wars. Jedne z najfajniejszych figurek tego rodzaju, jakie widziałem. Mają świetne, dynamiczne, przemyślane pozy. Oglądając je łatwo sobie wyobrazić te stwory w mroku nocy, poruszające się - jak opisano w ich księdze armii - w niecodzienny, skokowy sposób. Wydają się ruszać i gwałtownie zatrzymywać, przemieszczając w konwulsyjny sposób od ofiary do ofiary, uśmiercając je swymi kosami.Second Grimghast Reaper. Those creatures were careful and meticulous killers. They planne

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Grimghast Reaper

Jakoś ostatnio mało działam na blogu, ale to nie znaczy, że zapanował figurkowy zastój. Kończę ostatnich dwanaście figurek potrzebnych do mojej armii Nocnych Strachów.Z rzeczy pomalowanych mam już także czwórkę Grimghast Reaperów - jednego pokazuję właśnie obok. To dla mnie najfajniejsze figurki "zwykłych żołnierzy" tej armii - każdy w zasadzie idealnie nadaje się do przedstawienia wraitha, a są znacząco lepsze - fajniej zaprojektowane - od obecnego wzoru, który zresztą był inspiracją dla projektantów całej linii figurek do tej armii.My blog activity has dropped recently a lot, but I do many other hobby related things at the moment - finishing last twelve miniatures for my small Nighthaunt army mostly.I managed to paint so far four Grimghast Reapers - amongst other things of course. One of them is visible here. I think those miniatures are the coolest ones - by far - if counting only standard Nighthaunt troops. All of them are equally suitable as wraiths, far more dangerous creatures and they are more imposin

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Warhammer Underworlds Restrictions – Could Your Deck Be Affected?

The revelation has unfurled as of yesterday revealing the very first Warhammer Underworlds restrictions and bans for cards within the game. In a game that will soon feature a card roster nearing a thousand in number, this was only inevitable. Pegged as “the ultimate competitive miniatures game”, Warhammer Underworlds continues to sweep into hobby circles across the scene. Blending card play tactics with skirmish miniature warfare, it continues to rope in hobbyists by the boatload. You may have missed it, but we’re still enjoying it since launch. These changes are interesting and exciting indeed, but how could these bans and restrictions impact you? Might they hinder or bolster your deck or warband? Let’s do a little digging… The bans and restrictions will work in different ways. Firstly, these limitations only apply at official organised play events. You are, of course, welcome to play these cards in friendly games and more ‘structured’ events with the discretion of

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Widgets and Wonders Ep 128 – Pre-Painted Medieval Towers and Ruins from Urbanmatz!

UrbanMatz has made a whole new range of pre-painted Medieval Towers and Ruins available for your wargaming table! They’re ready to go right out of the box! Check them out HERE: https://www.urbanmatz.com/c/prepainted-terrain/fantasy-terrain

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