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Adeptus Titanicus - Legio Vulpa and House Makabius

Yoyo,Ive got some finished pics of my Warlord Titan, Nuntio Dolores, based off the featured titan in the Black Library Novel, Titandeath, released earlier this year. I actually finished it a couple of months ago but I forgot to upload photographs here.. I've also just put the finishing touches on a Questoris Knight banner from House Makabius (Same as my 28mm house) to join the big fella.Pics:Princeps Majoris Terent Harrtek - Nuntio Dolores [Legio Vulpa Maniple 7]Princeps Majoris Terent Harrtek - Nuntio Dolores [Legio Vulpa Maniple 7]Princeps Majoris Terent Harrtek - Nuntio Dolores [Legio Vulpa Maniple 7]Princeps Majoris Terent Harrtek - Nuntio Dolores [Legio Vulpa Maniple 7]Princeps Majoris Terent Harrtek - Nuntio Dolores [Legio Vulpa Maniple 7]Princeps Majoris Terent Harrtek - Nuntio Dolores [Legio Vulpa Maniple 7]Legio Vulpa Warlord Titan - Nuntio Dolores with a House Makabius - Questoris Knight Support BannerHouse Makabius - Questoris Knight Support BannerHouse Makabius - Questoris Knight Support BannerThe

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Ron Swanson Game Design: Adeptus Titanicus Edition

A lot of people have very fond memories of Epic. For some it was their gateway game into the wider hobby. For others, it had a scale and majesty that made more sense to them, especially in the smaller-scale days of editions past. And for some, it was actually being able to regularly field the heavy hitters of the setting – Baneblades, Titans, Thunderhawks and whatnot. So when Adeptus Titanicus came out, with little bits of future proofing, a fair number of people immediately began pushing for the game to morph into nuEpic, with rules for squadrons of Leman Russ tanks and Space Marine squads running amok between the feet of giants. I think that’s a bad idea. I’ll let Ron Swanson explain why.   In my mind, there needs to be room for a game to focus on doing one thing, and doing it well. In the case of Adeptus Titanicus, this is titan combat. If you read Titanicus, or Titandeath, tanks and infantry aren’t units on equal footing. They are abstract threats, background noise. You don&

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Allies of Inconvenience: Episode 17- Assassins and Soup

First episode of 2019! We start off as usual with hobby progress (to include some talk about the Lucius Pattern Drop Pod and Coastal Wargaming Group!) For our first segment, we heavily talk about the upcoming White Dwarf Assassin release and how we see them being employed by the savvy Imperial General. Our second segment we discuss what the difference between "Allies" and "Soup" is before closing off with some discussion of... a less than spectacular Forge World model.And apologies for the Audio Quality this time. We were in a rush.Listen/Subscribe on iTunes Listen/Subscribe on SpotifyListen/Subscribe on Google PlayListen/Subscribe on Stitcher 00:00 Intro01:52 Hobby Progress19:32 Imperial Assassins Release52:16 What is Soup?1:12:05 Bonus Forgeworld Review...Songs and SoundclipsBlue Mark- Atlan UrtagKaap mere- BugotakClip 1- Warhammer TVClip 2- Thor RagnarokClip 3- Code Ment

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Allies of Inconvenience: Episode 16- Chapter Approved, Terrain and Tomfoolery

Come Join the Allies of Inconvenience Crew as we close out 2018! We start off as usual with hobby progress (I think our shortest yet) before launching into Chapter Approved discussion! We then move onto Terrain releases, Fortifications and the place of useable faction terrain in 40k and as compared to Age of Sigmar... and then slowly get derailed into just general hobby blabber, rants and "Tomfoolery"So check out our final Season 2 episode before we start off with Season 3 in 2019!Listen/Subscribe on iTunes Listen/Subscribe on SpotifyListen/Subscribe on Google PlayListen/Subscribe on Stitcher 00:00 Intro01:47 Hobby Progress44:05 Terrain and General DiscussionSongs and SoundclipsBlue Mark- Atlan UrtagKaap mere- BugotakClip 1, 2, 3 - Ghazghkull Thraka

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War Banner partner with Hysterical Games

So a little news nugget popped up this weekend on my Facebook feed letting me know that the “I can’t get any busier if I tried,” Andy Hobday (Gangs of Rome, Test of Honour etc..) would be taking over the day to day running of Hysterical Games now that Rob Alderman is off to work for Forge world Now what does this mean for Hysterical Games?  It brings in a wealth of experience that Andy has gained over years in the industry.  It also now gives War banner the ability to cast more items in Resin so for them as a business its a great way to expand.  Current customers of Hysterical Games and those on any Kickstarters need not worry, the guys have it all in hand and by the sounds of it, nothing will be delayed at all. As for Rob, well as mentioned he’s off to Forge world as the Middle-Earth Products Manager.  And considering his skill they really are gaining a master craftsman. It’s going to be interesting watching War Banner grow and see what’s coming next for there partnersh

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Forge World - Newsletter

An eclectic selection of releases from Forge World...----------------------New Star Players and Cheerleaders  Enhance your Elven Union team with the latest expansions! Cheer your team to victory with a dedicated set of Cheerleaders, and get two Star Players in one with the Swift Twins:  Swift TwinsElfheim Eaglets The Perfect Pet   It may not be cute – but when you can tear a ganger's arm off in a single bite, you don't need to be. Add this scaly companion to your Goliath Gang today:  Pre-order Now  More Dakka For Your Models!  Your Forge World Orks just got better, thanks to a free update to your datasheets giving them Dakka! Dakka! Dakka! Download it today:Download NowMiddle-earth™ News  Check out the latest news from the world of Middle-earth with our regular weekly update: Read More    NOW AVAILABLEVorgaroth the Scarred and Skalok, the Skull Host of Khorne  Crown your Khorne collection with th

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Starting AoS: Tamurkhan's Horde First Steps

So I've decided to make the plunge. I am starting an AoS army. Why now? Well AoS 2.0 seemed to relaunch a lot of interest. I also move alot and have an active AoS community where I currently live. Figured having an army I could use would only be a good thing.PICKING AN ARMYI wanted something relatively small, but unique in the meta and fun on the table top and to hobby. When the Tamurkhan's Horde pdf for AoS dropped, I knew it was perfect for me. I wanted something that would be fun and quick to build and paint, and I've always had fun painting Nurgle units. The Horde is a very assault oriented army with a rapid movement forward (I am a Blood Angel's player at heart), and it is unique and gimmicky (like my horse army). It is a perfect opportunity for some conversions along side some sweet forgeworld models. Bonus, the army is relatively low model count and isn't super competitive, so I don't have to worry about changing it or keeping it optimal. Sometimes it will hit like a ton of bricks and break people. Oth

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Adeptus Titanicus: Legio Mortis Warlord Titan

Following on the heels of my previous Adeptus Titanicus post, I've managed to complete the second Warlord titan from my boxed set. This fella is in the colours of Legio Mortis. In 30/40K lore, Legio Mortis is one of the oldest titan legions in existence, renown for being insufferably haughty and elitist. With this being the case I thought I've give their classic baroque black-red-and-gold armour the high gloss treatment, with very little weathering. In my mind's eye I see these alpha-level god engines having flights of cherubim servitors flitting around, continually buffing and waxing the armour to a blinding sheen. :)Nonetheless, I still wanted to make sure the model conveyed that it was a brutal war machine. With this in mind I chopped up some extra bits from a Civitas terrain sprue to create the wreckage of a administratum building that's in the midst of being pounded into dust by the Warlord. Also, to help place the scene within some sort of scale, I placed a small group of tech-thralls and

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Figurkowy Karnawał Blogowy. Edycja #43: Prosto z piekła, część 2 z 2.Galeria: Pomiot Chaosu (z zestawu Sayl the Faithless and Nightmaw od Forge World).Gallery: Chaos Spawn (from set Sayl the Faithless and Nightmaw from Forge World).

Witam szanowne państwo-draństwo w czterdziestej trzeciej odsłonie Figurkowego Karnawału Blogowego. Gdyby ktoś z czytających DansE MacabrE jeszcze nie wiedział, FKB to inicjatywa którą w polskiej wargamingowe...

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