Kingdom Death: Monster
Kingdom Death – Slowly but surely i’m working my way through all of my clients expansion packs for Kingdom Death. Once you’ve played through the core game there are a ton of expansions that add new monsters and encounters, most of them slot into a particular Lantern Year and replace one of the core monsters. If you manage to defeat the monster and harvest the right materials it gives your settlement access to some new tools and gear you can craft. It’s a pretty elegant system for incorporating new material.I haven’t personally played with this monster yet but based on the model and accessories that come with it It appears the Flower Knight may have some type of mus
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Kingdom Death – The Gold Smoke Knight is the newest Monster to grace my painting table. I believe this guy slots into a Kingdom Death Campaign as a replacement (or after-boss boss) for the Watcher. I could be wrong as it’s been quite some time since I was able to convince my group to play something other than Warhammer 40k. The survivors are painted in the same manner as the others I’ve done. Pretty straightforward with some minor glow effects. I really like the variety of survivors you have once all the kits have been assembled. Being able to represent any item card in the game on your model is also a cool concept that’s harder to pull off.
KDM Dragon king With the lava effect base done and dusted on the Dragon king, and with the final little cleanup tasks completed he is ready to face down the survivors of Kingdom death. I have also painted up the four dragon king armour survivors and their bases to partially match the beast they are made from. KDM is very monster hunter in its approach to armour and weapons, Rip creatures apart and use the remains to make gear. Bonus model – Knight armour of brother Nixios With so much of my focus being on the Void Jackals it would...continue reading
Warlord Titan & Armigers With the final details done on the Warlord I am going to consider these guys done for now, the bases of the Armigers are going to be matched to part of my diorama project while the Warlord will have his base painted to match a pair of titanicus warhounds that I am planning to paint up in the future to act as his hounds. Both armigers and the warlord next to brother Nixios who shares there colour schemeRex Monte with the jackal symbol on his left shoulder. On the right shoulder sits the heraldry of the...continue reading
Warlord Titan I have painted the edges of the armour plates and have made a start on the weapons by giving the power claw its first pass of paint applications. Armigers Work continues on Venge getting him undercoated and laying down the base colour scheme as well as getting the armour trim finished. I now need to give the weapons another pass to bring them up to a good standard. I can do cleanup and final detailing tasks on both armigers and the warlord titan at the same time. Game colour dropper bottles make great stands for Armiger torsos.Venge...continue reading
Monster March is upon us again, graciously hosted by Swordmasterofhoeth ( https://swordmasterofhoeth.blogspot.com/ ) and with Monster march comes big beasties. This year I have pledged the following models. I will provide notes on how I plan to tackle these as the month progresses. Warlord Titan The plan for this model is to make a representation of the mountain king. The mountain king is the chapter master of the Void jackals space marine chapter who is also a titan princeps. As a space marine chapter the Void Jackals stand in a unique place. Their Chapter monestary sits atop a titan manufactorium...continue reading
Kingdom Death – With these kits I believe I’ve finally finished up my clients core set of Kingdom Death: Monster. The armor kits are one of the most difficult things to build, not because the kit is hard to follow but more so because until you’ve played the campaign you don’t know how to best arm them or what you might make during the course of the game. So to take best advantage of the versatility of the kits you’d build a new model after each session. WHICH IS