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Adeptus Titanicus - Legio Vulpa Maniple Pics

G'day g'day,I've been slowly chipping away at some more Titans and I'm starting to get a decent Maniple of engines on the go now so I thought it was a good time to update the blog!Thanks for checking in,JackieAdeptus Titanicus - Legio Vulpa BattlegroupLegio Vulpa Warlord Titan - Nuntio DoloresLegio Vulpa Warlord Titan - Nuntio DoloresLegio Vulpa Warlord Titan - Nuntio DoloresLegio Vulpa Warlord Titan - Perditor VotumLegio Vulpa Warlord Titan - Perditor VotumLegio Vulpa Warlord Titan - Perditor VotumLegio Vulpa Warhound Titan - Canis CallidusLegio Vulpa Warhound Titan - Canis CallidusLegio Vulpa Warhound Titan - Canis CallidusLegio Vulpa Warhound Titan - Potentia SolisLegio Vulpa Warhound Titan - Potentia SolisLegio Vulpa Warhound Titan - Potentia SolisLegio Vulpa Reaver Titan - Praefuro IgnisLegio Vulpa Reaver Titan - Praefuro IgnisLegio Vulpa Reaver Titan - Praefuro Ignis

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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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Post Adepticon Breakdown Part One: ASoIF first Impressions, HH Knight Fight and KoW Big Battle

Well, Adepticon was a few weeks ago. I have had plenty of time to recover (I took extra vacation afterwards for family time. If you ever go, especially if driving, I highly recommend this approach). Now I should start sharing my experience. Over the next week I'll be posting numerous articles covering it including-A Song of Ice and Fire by CMoN-40k Team Tournament-Making our Team Tournament board-Horus Heresy Knight Fight-Kings of War Big Battle-Medeival Times-Space Hulk-Bonus Roadshow Podcasts!-And it will all wrap up with our Allies of Inconvenience post Adepticon podcast!This was my 4th Adepticon and it was as fun as ever. This year I went into it signing up for as many events with models provided day 1 and 2. Just took a lot of personal prep pressure off (which got put right back on later, but I'll talk about that when I get to the 40k team tournament this year). And man did this approach pay off big time. I had a lot of fun games starting with my introduction to the A Song of Ice and Fire game by Cool Mi

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Review: Versatile Terrain Name Plates

All super-heavies in 40K should have names. This is just a fundamental truth. And with the over-the-top, baroque style of 40K slathered in pseudo-Latin, there’s room for really fun names. Terminus Est. Fortress of Arrogance. These names add a lot of texture to the setting, and are sort of the capstone of projects that often demand a lot of time and hobby attention. And in Adeptus Titanicus everything is a super-heavy. Which means everything needs a name. For 28mm figures, you might just remember the name, or if you’re feeling especially fancy, put an etched plate on a display base of a Titan, like the kind you can get from a trophy shop. But what do you do for 8mm figures? The answer? Versatile Terrain. The Basics Versatile Terrain is a small operation based out of the UK, using 3D printing to primarily make nameplates that fit standard round and beveled base types found in most miniatures games. The configuration is easy enough – pick your base size and choose from a few styles – one

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Allies of Inconvenience: Episode 12- Tidal Wave of Releases and What's to Come

This Episode the Allies of Inconvenience Crew discusses the Breakneck pace of GW releases over the past several months and the potential impact that will have on releases still to come... which we then talk about with eager anticipation and a bit of wishlisting.WE ALSO HAVE NEW METHODS OF SUBSCRIBING AND LISTENING! You can now follow up on Spotify and Google Play in addition to iTunes! Can't stop the signal Mal!Listen/Subscribe on iTunes Listen/Subscribe on SpotifyListen/Subscribe on Google Play00:00 Intro02:16 Hobby Progress14:49 Summer of Oversaturated Releases41:45 Future Release DiscussionSongs and SoundclipsBlue Mark- Atlan UrtagKaap mere- BugotakClip 1 - The Fifth ElementClip 2 - The Fifth ElementClip 3 - Clerks/George Lucas

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