Book 1 of the Konrad trilogy, this bookseries has reached a bit of a cultstatus amongst Black Library novels...Originally published by Games Workshop in the late 1980s. In a small village somewhere in the Empire, Konrad lives a bad life as an adopted son of the innkeeper. His only friend is Elyssa, the daughter of the local nobleman. But as they learn each other things over the years, they discover Konrad has the gift of foresight.But then the village is burned to the ground, it's inhabitants slain, by vile Beastmen. Konrad is the only survivor, and is soon taken on as a squire by a knight called Wolf. For five years he pledges his alliance to Wolf, and together they travel to Kislev to fight Chaos and to find an ancient dwarven treasure...A really good book that read as a knife through butter.
In the short term, the Sylvaneth Battletome is difficult to fault. Whilst the army has a somewhat limited number of units, there are numerous options to personalise your armies and make them more individual. [...] The post Age of Sigmar: Sylvaneth Battletome – Review appeared first on Tabletop Games UK.
"Victory was finally within our grasp. Then, without warning, a vast green Dragon fell from the skies to bar our way. Its teeth were like scythes, bilious green fumes leaked from its nostrils, and on its back rode a proud warrior. This was the first we saw of Asarnil"—Extract from "The Glorious adventures of Gunter Friesheim""Zwycięstwo w końcu znalazło się w naszym zasięgu. Potem, bez ostrzeżenia, ogromny zielony Smok spadł z nieba, by zablokować nam drogę. Zęby były jak kosy, z nozdrzy wyciekły obfite zielone opary, a na grzbiecie jechał dumny wojownik. Wtedy pierwszy raz widzieliśmy Asarnila ”—Wyciąg z „Wspaniałych przygód Guntera Friesheima”Hi everyone today finally it's time to show Asarnil which I painted some time ago on level 3, additionally I got a model in the original packaging that I opened for you and who has not seen yet can see here Greg opens the old box # 1. The model is very nice to paint, for me it was a great adventure and a few VIPs from painting can be here at Studio Update # 14. I
The Empire is in flames. The Road Wardens have been tasked with investigating strange chanting and lights deep in the bogs of Stirland. What will they find amidst the fallen stones and dreadful mists?
The latest expansion for Warhammer Quest: Blackstone Fortress releases this Saturday with an all-new questline, new villains and a chance a cool new artifact.
Welcome to another Let’s Talk! Today I’m joined by Owen from Gaming with the Cooler to discuss the phenomenon of ever expanding product lines in Tabletop. RSS FEED IS HERE: http://feeds.soundcloud.com/users/soundcloud:users:648706932/sounds.rss Podcast version available HERE: https://soundcloud.com/guerrilla-miniature-games/lets-talk-about-what-happens-when-games-get-too-big
It’s time for another GMG Review! Today we take a look at the latest Codex for 40k, the Chaos Knights. This book expands on the seleciton from Chapter Approved 2018 with new Strategems, Relics, Dreadblades and Alignment abilities with the Infernal and Iconoclast Houses. House Metallum is off the rails and has become an Infernal Household! Joined by a small force of Night Lords, they take on the Aeldari in a 1750pt Matched Play game. NOTES: We made a couple mistakes during the game. The Infernal buff to guns only applies to a single gun per round on a Knight. It wasn’t super relevant but I might have mixed that up on an additional gun once or twice. The Pyrothrone also only causes an auto-explode if you die from a Perils. I did make an example roll however and did pop a six to mention it does limit the exploding size, so it was exploding regardless as I did make a roll; we just messed up why it exploded.
Can you play Apocalypse at a 100 Power level using ROUGHLY 40k sized armies? Owen and I give it a go as my Space Wolves take on his Tyranids in our next Apocalypse game!
The re-imagined and reinvigorated rule set for grand-scale warfare in Warhammer 40,000 sees me keen to dive back into the mayhem. [...] The post Warhammer 40,000: Apocalypse – Review appeared first on Tabletop Games UK.
The Disciples of Change again take the form of Legio Fortidus to battle the Warp Runners in a 1750pt Meeting Engagement!
Owen returns with his Gitz to face my Stormcast in this 2000pt Matched Play game of Knife to the Heart (2018)!
I've decided not to take on any more commissions for a while. The decision was made in order to free up time for other pursuits such as teaching and recording more videos. I'm sure I'll come back to commissions at some point but it's also important not to live your life the same way day in and day out. That aside, I have a very special project as my send-off :)I've titled it Lord Maggot, which seems fitting. I've been working on it a bit more slowly than other projects because I want it to be perfect. During the building process I kept getting new ideas and consequently having to order the right parts. What follows are some work in progress pictures of the process. Enjoy!
Welcome! Today another units for Empire Army in Warmaster. I would like to present to you a few more units – halberdiers and infantry holding two-handed swords. It is almost 270 figures in 10 mm scale Soon I will post one more, big pikemen unit after which I will be able to show you the whole army. I encourage you to visit the blog regularly – soon I will post a few articles that may be useful for you. Commission painting – firstname.lastname@example.org
In today’s post I would like to present to you one of the biggest models that we had the opportunity to prepare in our Studio Chaos Warhound Titan is definitely a big “toy” – it came to us already assembled and intended to be repainted (from very dark brown). An additional challenge was the fact that it was assembled in the wrong position and could not stand on the table. We decided to make him an oval stage stand with dimensions of 30 cm x 20 cm. It was cut out of HDF and enriched with some stones and wrecks of Space Marines vehicles. After attaching to it, the model became stable and can no longer be easily knocked over. Painting such a large figurine is a big challenge – you have to divide it into smaller parts and paint it comprehensively. It took me a lot of time. The sculpture of the model is still excellent and defends itself in comparison with the new models. The slightly clumsy, coarse appearance of the machine perfectly fits the atmosphere of the forty millennium. I
The General’s Handbook 2019 has a whole new format for Matched Play and Competitive games called ‘Meeting Engagements’! I’m joined by Owen from Gaming with the Cooler to explain how it works and throw down a game! Check out the GHB2019 book review HERE: https://youtu.be/dmn2p8VZi2o