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!
So the Warmaster Chaos figures I painted earlier are finally based. I forgot how much of a PITA it is to base 10mm Warmaster figures. The models are in two strips so there is not a lot of space between each strip which makes the entire process either long (basing one strip at a time) or troublesome (painting between two strips of figures). I chose troublesome since I wanted to have these done before I am a grandfather and these models aren’t exactly the best paint job I have ever done. But they are finished.
As the dust settles from their previous encounter and the Warbands spread out to search the area, an entrance is discovered to the ancient Tomb of the Arcallurgists. Both rush to take control of it in Hold the Centre!
Well, it was the last time on the 20th of May last year that we played this game, but it remains a "mainstay" between me and Nemesis to take out to the club once in a while.And so we settled down for a 2000 points game tonight, putting my Marine Corps (aka Emperor's Children) vs his Pax Arcadia. Now, I made an army building mistake, in that I had forgotten that if a transport gets destroyed, you get one save for your troops or they are dead. So it wasn`t the best idea to take all regular marines with their own personal Rhino in hindsight...My force consited of a Daemon princess (aka CO), and 2 commanders to lead them. Further it had 8 bases of Marines, each with a dedicated Rhino, two SPG Missile Systems, two Land Raiders, a grav bike and two Recce bikes. I detahced a commander to both missile tanks, and one to both land raiders and the grav bike, while all the main mechanised infantry joined the CO.Nemesis brought along his Pax Arcadia, and a rather massed army to boot. I don`t k
Another model “from old times” – Chaos Hellcannon. Tons of green stuff and putty… The figurine is as old as Warhammer’s world, but it still has its charm. All the elements are of course made of metal and I had to fight to make it all fit. I had to make a few compromises and glue a few elements in a different way than by default. I hope it came out decently! I invite you to take a look at some additional photos. Commission painting services: firstname.lastname@example.org
Jason and I bodge together new Warbands from our Shadespire collections for a journey into the City of the Damned!
With BFG Armada coming soon, Owen has crushed out his Forgeworld Tau fleet to get in some Tabletop games against my Chaos!
Huy from HuyCon Wargaming brings the Skaven of Clan Pestilens to face my Sylvaneth in this 2000pt Matched Play game!
Prezentowany poniżej zestaw jest jedną z nagród ufundowanych przez sklep Battle Models, którą można było wygrać w turnieju Warheim FS.Zapraszam zatem do lektury recenzji zestawu Cultist Captains wyprodukowanej przez North Star Military Figures.Jakość odlewu jest dobra, a nieliczne nadlewki i linie podziału formy choć widoczne, to nie powinny być trudne do usunięcia.Odlane w metalu modele Kultystów Chaosu odziane i wyposażone zostały stosownie do uprawianej profesji. Choć z drugiej strony model w kapturze zasłaniającym oczy równie dobrze może reprezentować Oprawcę.Dedykowane do Frostgrave modele z powodzeniem można wcielić w szeregi jednej z czczących Chaos kompanii w Warheim FS.The set presented below is one of the prizes funded by the Battle Models store, which could be won in the Warheim FS tournament.I invite you to read the review of the model published on the DansE MacabrE blog of the Cultist Captains
After the bland book of the 4th edition, we jump again 5 years forward and into 6th for this glorious book.And it was the very first Codex Games Workshop ever released with a hard cover!Printed in colour, this 104 page tome contained a whole host of new units for the forces of Chaos, with Dark Apostle's, Heldrake's, Maulerfiend's and of course the venerable Cultist. Truly a whole new arsenal to play with if you are a follower of the Dark Gods.While we would still have to wait for 8th to have the Legions come back in all their uniqueness, this book did do a good job of allowing you to tune your forces due to very extensive Mark options and effects.It did suffer in the end when newer books arrived of the "latest codex wins" syndrome, but that is something that is appearing even now in the current edition. Heck, the Primaris fanboys are getting an updated codex Space Marines soon even! But we, followers of Chaos, are a very adaptive bunch and the forces in 6th could hold their own, albeit at ti
The second box, alongside the Start Collecting I did earlier, I got from Noshi for christmas, it's the demonic deep strikers, Warp Talons.Surely, they aren`t the most effective troops in the current Chaos arsenal, but there is something cool about a bunch of half demon wolverines appearing behind enemy lines all of a sudden...In this clip, I`m opening the box and having a look at the set...
For 5 years we waited until our beloved ruinous powers appeared in 4th edition, after the most excellent "3.5" codex from 2002.And then we got this...The 4th edition Codex was a meagre beast in my opinion. Sure, you could field a highly effective army, but for fluff, you had to rely on painting alone.Because out where the Legions and their specific quirks and traits. All you got for this version was a "vanilla" list where you could slot in the cults marines, but nothing more.While it did contain a lot of background material, a large part "new" from the previous ones (mind you, the 40k story remained as good as stagnant until the current 8th edition), it well, just felt a like a boring book with just a heap of generic force statistics and points to play with. Surely, it was an effective army back in the days, but heck... bland.It followed the still in use format though, being first fluff, then an oversight with explanation what each unit is about, and then the actual army list.In between you