It’s time for another GMG Review – this time it’s Warhammer 40000’s Imperium Nihilus: Vigilus Ablaze and its companion book – Codex: Chaos Space Marines.
It's been a while due to the AHPC, but here is the first model for my 40k force painted up this year.And it's the commander for my Renegades and Heretics Slaanesh force.The model itself is actually one of the Freebooter's Fate fantasy pirate range, but I exchanged his scabberded sword with a plasmapistol, to represent him with this mighty pistol as well as a power sword.Taking more inspiration from the Italians in the second world war, where the officers in the desert theatre wore white uniforms with the necessary 'flouf', Iwent for an exorbirant colour scheme of adding pastel blues and purples to the uniform. Lapels, plumes, they all got this flashy treatment to make him really stand out as such.Now to start work on some more heavy guns for the force...
It’s time for another GMG Review! Today I sit down with Owen from Gaming with the Cooler to flip-through and check out the new Allegiance Traits, Artefacts, and units in the upcoming Chaos Battletome: Blades of Khorne for Age of Sigmar.
Past friday, I took to the field of battle for my second League game, and this time I didnt forget any troops so to claim the League's fully painted bonus hehehe.My opponent was Steven, long time club member who I've only faced before in fantasy battles.The Emperor's Children consisted of a warlord in Terminator armour, a sorcerer and a dark apostle, a squad of Marines with 2 flamers, 10 Noise Marines, 2 units of 20 Cultists, 2 Helbrutes, a Predator and a Rapier battery consisting of 2 quad bolters and 1 laser destroyer.Opposing me where the Kabal, cnsiting of 2 archons, a succubus and a heamonculus. A raider and a venom both carried kabalite warriors, supported by Mandrakes, Wracks, 2 Talos and a Chronos, Reaver jetbikes, Hellions and Scourges, and a unit with heavy weapons.The scenario we rolled on was Spoils of War, and so we set up for what will become a very bloody battle.Turn 1I went first, and moved some units a bit forward to be sure to camp on some objectives should those cards come out.
Avatars of War to jedna z kilku firm, która została sponsorem turnieju Warheim FS - Księstwa Graniczne, który odbędzie się 30 marca 2019 roku w Katowicach, w Innym Wymiarze.Na łamach bloga DansE MacabrE zapraszam Was serdecznie do lektury recenzji modelu Barbarian Marauder Chief (KIT) od Avatars of War.Model Barbarian Marauder Chief został zapakowany w blister, wewnątrz którego znalazło się osiem odlanych w metalu elementów, a także dwie podstawki (kwadratowa i okrągła) oraz ulotka z informacjami od producenta.Sklejając model Barbarian Marauder Chief możemy wybrać jedną z dwóch dedykowanych głów oraz wedle uznania uzbroić model w oręż i tarczę albo sprawić, że wojownik będzie walczył dwoma brońmi.Jakość odlewu jest dobra, detale rzeźby są wyraźne, a krawędzie ostre. Na elementach nie zauważyłem większych nadlewek, a delikatną linię podziału formy łatwo usunąć nożem.Oprócz świetnego modelu, który został wyrzeźbiony przez Felixa Paniagua
Derek’s Mechanicus Fleet takes on the forces of Chaos in this 1000pt Fleet Engagement!
A great alternate model for Fulgrim, the primarch of the Emperor's Children.While I have the Forge World model, this one is better suited for all day handling on the battlefield, costing only 21 euro.A good looking model, it will definitly go on the painting row after the AHPC is done...
Well, it has been a while since I got a game in with my Slaaneshi forces, but this month I managed to take to the field and bring victory for the Dark Princess.As part of the League, I took up arms against the Ravenguard chapter of the Space Marines, and victory was obtained... albeit barely.As a result, I copied his bolter design to be offered on the trophy rack.I also participated in the loval GW store`s Warp Storm tournament, the first one I played in after 7 years. But alas, nothing was won there and the Dark princess was kept on her hunger...
Past saturday, the 23th, I joined in my first tournament ever since the Battle of Small Armies for Warhammer in 2012.In a venue I have never gamed before, being the local Games Workshop store, the Warpstorm tournament was organised.So that gave me a chance to face three new opponents in all probability, some armies I might not have faced before, and see how rusty I am.The selection criteria for the tournament force where as followed:A 500pts army that follows the matched play and organised play rules. In addition you must bring a minimum of 1 patrol detachment that has a min requirement of 2 troops instead of 1 for this tournament. Armies also have to be painted and forgeworld is allowed.Following these rules, the force I fielded consisted of a Sorcerer, who was also my Warlord. He comes with his Force Stave and Bolt Pistol, drank the Elixer for +1 S and A, and has the Unholy Fortitude trait for a further 1 wound and ignore wounds on 6+...The Troop choices where 5 Noise Marines with a blastmaster and a
So, following on Jon's trail, here I am trying to come up with a renegade warband for a Realm of Chaos game using the old tomes for a mini campaign at warhammer world this summer. Now most people are familiar with the charts and their silly results but sometimes the rolls can be suprising.Some of the usual suspects likely to be involvedRead Moar Skullz »
Back into Tzeentch’s Silver Tower! But this is not just any Silver Tower, this is a Silver Tower stuck in the past – when metal miniatures reigned supreme. I’ve painted six Citadel Tzaangor from 1990 – the greatest of all times. (Ha! Sly goat reference!) Left to right: Ougoatlas, Rameses, Lambeses, Hornus, Iry-Horn and Phuroah. These are all wonderful Bob Olley sculpts that are packed with weird and flamboyant details like the exotic head-dresses, ornate armour, and bizarre codpieces. Two of the Tzaangor in the range didn’t see release as their obscene helmets were spotted in time. (You can see the notorious unreleased versions at CCM.) Tzaangor kidding about in the ruins of a Chaos Temple. Tzaangor have “brightly colured or exotically patterned fur” according to Realms of Chaos, so I went for an unnatural turquoise colour. I’m unsure if the combination of bright colours and smiling anthropomorphic animal fuzz pushes them into My Little Pony territory,
I am currently running a 40k League over at the club, TSA, and tonight I descended my ivory tower and finally gotten to play my first battle.Opposing me was Sven and his Ravenguard, a guy I know for over a decade, but for some reason this will be the first time I play him in a game.Now, I'll tell a bit more about the league in a post one of these days, and the "why I decided to run it, but it was also a personal failure for me tonight, as for the first time in ever I had to proxy... because I forgot to pack 2 models, namely my warlord (now represented by the hut of Baba Yaga) and Dark Apostle (who looks like an animal totempole today). Sigh... any way, no "full painted army" bonus for me today (which is something I'll also talk about in the league post soonish)....But right, let's see if we can add something new to the Altar of Slaanesh tonight...I brought along some units I hadn't used before, like my large unit of close combat marines and my Sonic Dreadnought. The characters where a Warlord, a D
With the Tomb of found, the Warbands set upon each other in a Sweeping Assault to clear the way for discovering what secret treasures Chamon has hidden away.
It’s time for another GMG Review! This time we’re taking a look at the latest Battletome for Warhammer: Age of Sigmar – Skaven. Check out the review of the Flesh-Eater Courts Battletome HERE: https://youtu.be/S5rpKNn3318
The Sewer Scum return to face Khorne’s Marauders. With both warbands nearly broke after their first altercation, it’s time for a Wyrdstone Hunt!