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    Games Workshop's Monster Week is over, and the Warhammer Community team have put together a handy summary PDF containing all the rules released throughout the week.

    You can download the PDF for free here!

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    Hi blog. Hi couple of you that read this from time to time. Long time no see. Hope things are going well for you in life. Things are going very well for me and I have been quite busy working on a fun little Goblin team for Blood Bowl. 

    The Greenboyz!

    Those Blood Bowl fans out there may recognize The Greenboyz from their one appearance in White Dwarf issue #101 with this little snippet:
     

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    Things weren't going so well for The Greenboyz back in that season but they turned it around for the 2487-2488 season when they managed to crush every team in their way to the championship. What happened you ask? Well nobody really knows... but most everyone is pretty sure it had to do with cheating.
    "I reckon our win streak in '87 came down to two fings: cheatin' and not gettin' caught cheatin'..." - Kleva Klogz, lead scorer for The Greenboyz
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    The Greenboyz roster from their winning season in 87-88

    Earlier this year I was invited to participate in a special kind of Blood Bowl event that focused on the Teams of Legend from Death Zone Season 2. While I wasn't planning on creating and painting a Goblin team when the chance came up to take on the role of Head Coach for The Greenboyz I just couldn't say no! (and it wasn't even because of the copious amounts of ale I was bribed with I swear)

    And so the construction of this mighty team of legend began with...  bunch of shopping and chopping.

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    My goals for the team were:

    1. Create a cohesive looking team of Goblins with various model ranges including GW.

    2. Show each of the "skills" for the player in a visual way with conversions.

    3. Have fun and embrace the Goblin aesthetic of The Greenboyz. 

    I'm pretty sure I achieved all of these goals and more! Once the main body of the team was complete I began work on the pieces I wanted for the sidelines. One of these was very important... a way to represent The Greenboyz constant Fame +2. I chose to model stands full of drunk fans and also build an early Mark I version of "The Monstrous Mangler" - the most impressive secret weapon to ever exist, and ultimately the secret weapon which killed off the triumphant Greenboyz in the year 2492. In my version of this secret weapon the Goblins created a way to drive the actual stadium stands on to the pitch in the ultimate of pitch invasions!

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    Still needed a few more sideline figures like Coaches, Cheerleaders, and the Apothecaries. I managed to get that done as well as the start of the team bus! 

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    My vision for the bus was simple and recognizable. A very famous goblin truck...

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    With the added sideline complete it was time for a color scheme. Since The Greenboyz did not have official GW colors from the fluff (unlike most Teams of Legend) I worked up a color scheme that was really focused on both Goblins and the name Greenboyz. GREEN 

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    With my test model done I moved on to the massive painting project of all the fans in the stands, the sideline minis, and finally the team. I also managed to bodge up a couple more Goblins for when the stars of The Greenboyz want some back up (or get squashed by other Blood Bowl teams) and to fill up the roster. 

     

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    Next time... what happened at Legends Cup? Where else did The Greenboyz play (hint: it was Chaos Cup)? What is in store for the team moving forward? Check back here for more details Goblin fans! 

  3. Short writeup, but summary is at the end.

    Battleplan: Scorched Earth

    Armies:
    Points: 2000
    Free Peoples/Bretonnians:
    5 Grail Knights
    8 Knights od the Realm
    5 Freeguild Outriders
    10 Freeguild Handgunners
    3 DemigryphKnights
    16 Peasant Bowmen
    16 Peasant Bowmen
    10 Freeguild Greatswords
    1 Empire General (general)
    1 Noble Champion
    1 Battlemage
    1 Damsel
    1 Trebuchet

    Beastclaw Raiders:
    1 Frostlord on Stonehorn (Tokens of Everwinter)
    1 Hunter (Pelt of Charngar), general (Everwinters Master)
    1 Butcher
    3 Gore Gruntas
    3 Gore Gruntas
    4 Mournfang Pack
    2 Mournfang Pack
    2 Frost Sabres
    2 Frost Sabres

    Free People put down some points less, rolled on Triumph Table and got to reroll wounds.

    1st ROUND
    Free Peoples: I gave initiative to Free Peoples. They did not move, just collected points and were caful to position themselves so that Hunter would not ambush Bowmen or Trebuchet. Trebuchet bombarded Gore Gruntas but rolled low damage, handgunners` chief missed. Bowmen could not shoot - I had deployed far back.

    Beastclaw:  There was no point in sitting and taking fire, so I ran forward, hoping to get double turn. Butcher gave Mystic shield to Stonehorn and +1 to hit from Cauldron. Everwinter powers did nothing.

    2nd ROUND
    Free Peoples: I didn`t get the double turn. Trebuchet did 6 damage to Gore Gruntas. Grail Knights (pale shadow of their former glory after GHB 2017) did 2 damage to Stonehorn. Bowmen arrowstormed Gore Gruntas, did some damage. Outriders rolled snake eyes for charge.

    Beastclaw: Charges for the Beasthammer! Butcher gave Mystic Shield, Everwinter gave reroll Saves of 1. Hunter appeared behind Bowmen. ALL my charges were successful, buffed up (+1 to hit from Butcher) Frostlord on Stonehorn did 3 (!) wounds to Grail Knights. Gore Gruntas managed their 8" charge and got D3 for damage. Gore Gruntas and Mournfangs attacked in team, killed 6 Knights of the Realm (2 remaining fled after Battleshock) and and other group killed Outriders. Frost sabres charged into Bowmen (to deny the arrowstorm) and Greatswords. Did no damage but somehow survived and therefore Greatswords could not charge Hunter and Bowmen could not arrowstorm later. Hunter failed in shooting.

    3rd ROUND
    Free People: Trebuchet wounded Mournfangs, Handgunners killed Gore Gruntas. Noble Champion wounded Mournfangs. Mournfangs were now without bonus to hit, therefore did nothing against Noble Champion. Greatsword and Bowmen killed Frost Sabres. Demigryphs killed Mournfang.

    Beastclaw: Butcher made Mystic Shield, but failed in other things and gave himself 4 mortal wounds. Stonehorn charged Greatswords, killed them all. Mournfangs killed Demigryphs, piled in to Hangunners, one lonely Mournfang killed Noble Champion.

    4th ROUND
    Beastclaw: Stonehorn ate Tokens killed all Bowmen. Gore Gruntas killed Empire General, Mournfang some Handgunners and Bowmen. At that point we ended the game - no chance for Free People to get more points.

    SUMMARY: Free Peoples list was everything he got plus some proxies, it missed heavy hitters and chaff. Also, Bretonnians lost Free People keyword in GHB2017, so his army didn`t really work. Mostly I wanted to know how Beastclaw does.

    After that one game Frostlord on Stonehorn does not seem that great: if he gets his attack and buffs (to hit from the Butcher), he`s better, but without buffs... well, 3 wounds to Grail Knights is not really anything you expect from 25% of your whole army. Against bad saves he can do a lot of wounds due to damage 3, but high saves really bring damage down. Mounts` 4+ to hit means he rarely hits anything. Tokens of Everwinter really helps to keep the damage higher (but this does not help the mount) and keeps him alive. I still cannot decide between this and Pelt of Charngar. After his damage halving nerf Mystic Shield is almost a must!

    Mournfangs` +1 to hit from battalion REALLY helps, they finally do some damage. However, it is hard to keep them close to Gore Gruntas - the latter don`t get Everwinter move bonus, they cannot get Command Ability bonus to charge from Frostlord (if he is your general), and Mournfang have charge bonus from banner bearer. I got lucky, but they were lagging behind Mournfangs. And immediately after Gore Gruntas died, they were back to usual 0 damage level. Groups of 4 work much much better: you lose ranged attack, but damage output is more constant.

    And battalion ability to pile in and attack once per battle can be VERY powerful. 

    Otherwise solid battalion, but - as expected - low model count make it hard to contest for objectives and it is hard to fulfill all there requirements required to get batallion bonus - compared to other battalions that just get the bonus automatically. But IF you get the bonus: Mournfangs can be very terrifying, Gore Gruntas less due to their damage characteristic 1 and no rend from Gore Gruntas.

  4. So I have but a few hours of modelling time left before my friend arrives on Sunday (I work heavily on the weekends - very long days). So have just an hour or so this evening to get some finishing touches in. 

    I have put aside the scenery for the most part, it is up to a just about acceptable standard. I have never used the oxide wash technical paint before (can't remember the proper name for it), and I was a little heavy handed/have used it wrong. So I'm not too keen on some of that on the mausoleum as you can see here:IMG_2441.thumb.JPG.797b83245400b71f87144e0f24b0587d.JPG

     

    But, as I said, it's acceptable and I had no scenery at all previously other than the Baleful Realmgates so I'm pretty psyched about getting some battles in with this stuff. Especially Skirmish!

    I can't remember if I included this in the previous post, but I managed to basecoat almost every colour on the Warchanter, so he won't be a standout black model on the table (only the gore-gruntas will do that from my side *sad face*).

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    Here are some (very dodgy) pics of the army arrayed on top of my desk with horrific lighting:

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    I have bought some fine detail pens with which I intend to add some black detailing to the armour and then cover with freehand painting to stop it shining (unless anyone can recommend a matt gloss that would work as well...?) and will update with pics when possible. 

     

    On a different note...I was casually reading white dwarf and realised I had kind of achieved a 17 year old life goal of mine; to have a model featured in White Dwarf magazine. It's not even a model I'm particularly proud of from my Bloodbound as it was fairly rushed, but beggars can't be choosers and there it is! :) 

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    It's a proper honour to be included with some incredible models from other painters from around the world! Proud!

    BB

  5. So some more pics of my Huskard on stonehorn.  The reins and Blood vulture are finished and Huskard himself nearly there too.  Only leaving the saddle mainly and a base to acquire and sort out.  Hope you like him :) 

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    Hope you enjoy the pictures.  Kind regards Zolas.

  6. Lord Elpus
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    Just finished my Spiritseer:
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  7. Well, the gargantuan squiggoth project is coming to an end so perhaps I'll move on to the other vicious war bands of Destruction. 

    Planning to do some Bonesplitterz with a hard as nails addition.

    'DA BONES, DA BONES, WE NEED DA BONES!'

     

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  8. Alrighty, so yesterday, I managed to catch a game, but unfortunately due to a minor disagreement in my household I had to cut the game short. (Mostly it was a miscommunication, but oh well!)

    Before I get to that, I'll just mention that I have built my 3rd batch of Boyz, and the bottom half of the Trukk from the Armoured Assault kit I got a month or so ago. That puts me up to 32 Boyz, 12 as sluggas and 20 as shootas (with the sluggas in the Trukk DT!). I'm almost done painting my 2nd batch of Boyz, and when they're done being painted I'll either do the 3rd batch or my 3 Deffkoptas next (which need some repainting since they were an eBay purchase with terrible dark green glossy skin, blech!)... But yeah, I'm keeping up with my army paint-wise, which is always a difficult thing for me! Gamer first, hobbyist second :P

    So, back to the Battle Report. My 4th opponent happen to be... ELDAR. :o I was heading into the game with the "I'm about to be blown off the field" mentality, so it helped me to enjoy the game while it lasted, not worrying about winning so much :P

    My list!
    CAD:
    Warboss - 'eavy armor, power klaw, Lucky Stikk
    20 Boyz - Shootas, 2 Big Shootas, Nob-Boss Pole & Twin-linked Shoota (no PK!)
    10 Gretchin to meet troop min.
    2 individual Deffkoptas, twin-linked rokkits but no upgrades
    Looted Wagon - Killkannon, 3 Rokkits, Reinforced Ram (I literally just now realized I forgot the "Don't Press Dat!" rule this game, oops! Idk if it would've mattered, but still)
    Painmob:
    Painboy - Grot Orderly
    12 Boyz - Eavy Armor, Nob-PK-BP, Dedicated Trukk with Reinforced Ram
    5 Nobz - Eavy Armor, 2 PKs, 2 Big Choppas, Boss Pole
    Deff Dread - 2 Kustom-Mega Blastas, Grot Riggers

    My opponent brought:
    3 identical units of 10 regular Eldar troops, that had the heavy support platforms that shot the Str7-AP3 weapons?
    3 Warlocks that accompanied those units, all Psyker 1's (he got a few powers, but the only one he ever used was the primaris to give +1 to cover saves on the units)
    1 Auturch(sp??) on a jetbike with a special sniper rifle with 120" range
    2 omgiforgotthenamesaaaagh Fire Prism tanks...? Big cannon with three profile shots...
    And... an Avatar of Khaine. Oy.

    He won first turn, and although I got the Strategic Warlord Trait for +1 to seize, I failed.

    His 1st turn, He basically marched forward both turns, blowing chunks out of my Shoota Boyz but otherwise nothing scary effective.
    My 1st, I flew my Trukk forward to one flank, both my Koptas scouted then inched forward to fire missiles at one of his Prismsthingies, and I shot up a lot of stuff, taking one wound off the Avatar in the process.
    His 2nd turn, he goes to prepare to assault my Deff Dread with his Avatar, but he ends up shooting it to death (first game my DD went down! :O) and not being able to charge anything. He wrecks the Trukk, and the Boyz are deposited within an inch of one of his troop choices.
    My 2nd turn, I call a Waagh! and I hop my Boss-and-Nobz unit out of the tank; I move everything else closer to what they're trying to kill. In my shooting phase, I successfully Shoota'd one of his other troop choices, making room for my B&N to run and then charge his Avatar easily! The Slugga Boyz easily make combat against the troops (we forget overwatch, but at this point the "at home issue" had reared its head, so I had already said this would be my last turn sadly) and butcher enough of them to cause them to break and get run down. His Avatar kills 2 Nobz, but they were filler Nobz; however, sadly, the rest of the unit couldn't strip his last 2 wounds that he had had, PLUS my Warboss completely whiffed his attacks AND his Lucky Stikk rerolls, causing him to be cut down.

    So, sadly, I had to concede the game due to time restraints, and I couldn't even take home the glory trophy of killing his Avatar (which wasn't nearly as scary as I was expecting it to be, tbh).

    If the game had continued, his final remaining troop choice was in easy charge range of my B&N, and he still had his one-wound Avatar, his jetbike boss, and the 2 tanks (one was being shot to death with rokkits, the other about to be charged by the Slugga Boyz and glanced/PK'd to death). I still had pretty much everything but the Trukk, the Deff Dread, and a few Shoota Boyz (still had both Big Shootas and the Nob), so had I had time to continue, I felt that I probably would have taken home a win. But, real life always trumps the gaming life, and I try to choose the IRL over Gaming as often as possible. So, oh well.

    I took a couple pictures, but they're such a hassle to transfer off of my phone, and they were kinda blurry anyway, so I hope the text only will suffice this time.

    Next update, hopefully a game, definitely more painting, perhaps even some new stuff...??? :P

  9. We continue this series with one of the ultimate Ogre songs. Grinder is a less known track from the British Steel album, released in 1980 by Judas Priest.

    The song describes the lonesome journey of a young Ogre Bull, wandering the wasteland searching for revenge and meat.

    Been inclined to wander
    Off the beaten track
    That's where there's thunder
    And the wind shouts back

    Grinder
    Looking for meat
    Grinder
    Wants you to eat

    Expelled from his tribe, the Bull enjoys his freedom, as he plunders solitary farms, slaughtering cattle and feeding on whatever wildlife foolish enough to be in his way. He mocks the life of other Ogre's who he see's slaving for the Tyrants and Overlords. 

    Day of independence
    Stamped us like a brand
    Round the necks of millions
    To the land

    As the mighty eagle
    I need room to breathe
    Witness from the treadmill
    I take my leave

    Grinder
    Looking for meat
    Grinder
    Wants you to eat


    He feels he doesn't need a Butcher tell him about the powers of flesh anymore, as he will become a legendary self-taught Butcher himself one day.

    Grinder.

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  10. Disclaimer; troll nudity! Continue at own peril!

     

    I have a growing collection of both giants and trolls. The arrival of yet another giant (another plastic one this time) made me want to do something really different, yet coherent. 

    I love my Forgeworld troll Hag dearly, and like to think of her as a smelly mother to my troll babies.

    But the stone trolls just don't look like her kids. 

    So I'll just have to build another, taller and rockier sister to nurture them. 

     

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  11. Gareth
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    Got the bit I was missing to complete the build, pretty happy with how it turned out:

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  12. The next exciting iteration of Unearthing Ogor Lore, Naming the Hunger Part 2!

    Continuing from the last post, we will go right on into Honorifics and Titles to finish up the naming conventions!

    Here are some example fully created names (from my own Army and Army Lore):

    Derall The Huge
    Nogarth Headcrusher
    Rarghrug The Grubby
    Targhort Headcracker
    Taratt Nosemangler
    Norgherth Armbreaker
    Wurgholg Bloodgulper The Careless
    Magull Headsplitter The Hazzardous
    Dozogg Bonegrinder the Rambling
    Nagrot Tripeslicer the Mad
    Rerghurk Headcracker
    Yugort Bloodgulper the Lucky
    Burrug Gristlechewer
    Thazret Gizzardeater
    Tozew Gutbuster The Bloody-Handed
    Tegogg Noseripper

    Honorifics (Roll 2D6, one for the 10's place and one for the 1's place):

    11- Armbreaker

    12- Bloodbgulper

    13- Bloodspiller

    14- Bonebreaker

    15- Bonegrinder

    16- Bonecrusher

    21- Bonesmasher

    22- Boneshaker

    23- Bonesnapper

    24- Brainbasher

    25- Eyegouger

    26- Facemangler

    31- Fangbuster

    32- Fleshtearer

    33- Footstomper

    34- Gizzardeater

    35- Gobsmasher

    36- Gristlechewer

    41- Gutbuster

    42- Gutsplitter

    43- Headbuster

    44- Headcracker

    45- Headcrusher

    46- Headsplitter

    51- Heartcrusher

    52- Hearteater

    53- Legbreaker

    54- Maneater

    55- Necksnapper

    56- Nosemangler

    61- Noseripper

    62- Skinflayer

    63- Skullcrusher

    64- Skullsplitter

    65- Throattearer

    66- Tripeslicer

    Titles (Roll 3D6, one for the hundreds, tens and ones place):

    111- The Acquisitive

    112- The Angry

    113- The Avenger

    114- The Awful

    115- The Baffling

    116- The Basher

    121- The Bad

    122- The Baleful

    123- The Bashful

    124- The Battle-Scarred

    125- The Befuddled

    126- The Bemused

    131- The Big

    132- The Bloody-Handed

    133- The Blunt

    134- The Bold

    135- The Brainless

    136- The Brash

    141- The  Broad

    142- The Brutal

    143- The Butcher

    144- The Careless

    145- The Clumsy

    146-The Coarse

    151- The Colossal

    152- The Confused

    153- The Conqueror

    154- The Crazed

    155- The Crazy

    156- The Credulous

    161- The Crooked

    162- The Crumper

    163- The Crusher

    164- The Cunning

    165- The Curious

    166- The Curmudgeonly

    211- The Dangerous

    212- The Desperate

    213- The Destroyer

    214- The Destructive

    215- The Desolator

    216- The Despoiler

    221- The Determined

    222- The Devourer

    223- The Dim

    224- The Dire

    225- The Disembowler

    226- The Dismemberer

    231- The Dreadful

    232- The Eager

    233- The Enormous

    234- The Enraged

    235- The Executioner

    236- The Extravagant

    241- The Exterminator

    242- The Fat

    243- The Fearful

    244- The Feckless

    245- The Filthy

    246- The Flayer

    251- The Flatulent

    252- The Forbidding

    253- The Forgetful

    254- The Fortunate

    255- The Frightful

    256- The Gargantuan

    261- The Generous

    262- The Ghastly

    263- The Gigantic

    264- The Greedy

    265- The Grimy

    266- The Grinder

    311- The Grizzly

    312- The Grubby

    313- The Gruesome

    314- The Hairy

    315- The Ham-Fisted

    316- The Handsome

    321- The Hapless

    322- The Harmful

    323- The Hazardous

    324- The Headstrong

    325- The Helpful

    326- The Honest

    331- The Horrible

    332- The Horrid

    333- The Huge

    334- The Humongous

    335- The Hungry

    336- The Idiotic

    341- The Immense

    342- The Immovable

    343- The Impatient

    344- The Incorrigible

    345- The Incorruptible

    346- The Incurable

    351- The Industrious

    352- The Inedible

    353- The Infested

    354- The Inquisitive

    355- The Insane

    356- The Insatiable

    361- The Intolerant

    362- The Irascible

    363- The Irate

    364- The Irrepressible

    365- The Irritable

    366- The Just

    411- The Larcenous

    412- The Lost

    413- The Loud

    414- The Lucky

    415- The Mad

    416- The Mangler

    421- The Marauder

    422- The Masher

    423- The Mighty

    424- The Mournful

    425- The Muddled

    426- The Murderer

    431- The Murderous

    432- The Mysterious

    433- The Nasty

    434- The Objectionable

    435- The Obtuse

    436- The Odd

    441- The Odious

    442- The Odorous

    443- The Outlander

    444- The Peculiar

    445- The Persistent

    446- The Persuasive

    451- The Pig-Headed

    452- The Pillager

    453- The Powerful

    454- The Pulper

    455- The Rambling

    456- The Rash

    461- The Raucous

    462- The Ravener

    463- The Raving

    464- The Reaper

    465- The Reaver

    466- The Reckless

    511- The Rotten

    512- The Rough

    513- The Rowdy

    514- The Sad

    515- The Savage

    516- The Scabrous

    521- The Scary

    522- The Shambling

    523- The Silent

    524- The Sinister

    525- The Slasher

    526- The Slavering

    531- The Smart

    532- The Smasher

    533- The Smelly

    534- The Sorrowful

    535- The Strange

    536- The Strangler

    541- The Stealthy

    542- The Stubborn

    543- The Stupid

    544- The Subtle

    545- The Sullen

    546- The Surly

    551- The Sweaty

    552- The Terrible

    553- The Thrasher

    554- The Throttler

    555- The Thumper

    556- The Thoughtless

    561- The Trusting

    562- The Trustworthy

    563- The Ugly

    564- The Unavoidable

    565- The Unbearable

    566- The Uncaring

    611- The Unclean

    612- The Undaunted

    613- The Undefeated

    614- The Unforgettable

    615- The Unforgivable

    616- The Unfriendly

    621- The Unhinged

    622- The Unlikeable

    623- The Unmistakable

    624- The Unreasonable

    625- The Unpredictable

    626- The Unspeakable

    631- The Unsteady

    632- The Untidy

    633- The Unthinking

    634- The Unwashed

    635- The Unwelcome

    636- The Vacant

    641- The Vacous

    642- The Vast

    643- The Vengeful

    644- The Verminous

    645- The Vicious

    646- The Victorious

    651- The Vile

    652- The Villainous

    653- The Vindictive

    654- The Violent

    655- The Vulgar

    656- The Wanderer

    661- The Weary

    662- The Weird

    663- The Witless

    664- The Wild

    665- The Wrathful

    666- The Wretched

  13. Here is an old model I used to love converted over to use in Age of Sigmar. I used him in a game recently and am developing some fluff for him appropriately. 

    I'm most proud of the detail on the staff handle which is all freehand, and the lightning inside the staff. 

    He is accompanied by his familiar (which has no in-game rules anymore - which is annoying!) but I couldn't bear to part with him so I AoS'ed him too! he's coming along for the ride!

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  14. So I recently had my first game of AoS, using the official points and army organisation.

    Here is a little vlog, where I talk all about it! :D

     

     

  15. Okay so I went to a 9th age team tournament last weekend with my ogres, we finished 4th out of 8 teams, so not that bad

    My games were:
    First day
    1º Won 11-9 against ogres, pretty much the same list that I played
    2º Lost 14-6 against another ogre, more combat focussed
    3º Lost 12-8 against Khemri, agreed outcome with the opponent, since my list was kinda useless against his
    Second day
    4º Draw 10-10 against ogres, similar list to mine, I didn't wanted to take any risk since the team only needed me to score a draw
    5º Won 15-5 against high elves, turn 1 to 3 were all hits with my scratapult on his swordmasters, and both eagles were dead on turn 2 also, so GG

    My list:
    Great Shaman: General, Rottenjaw, Lv 4, Alchemy, Talisman of Greater Shielding, Demon Heart. 335
    Khan: BSB, Iron Fist, Yeti Furs, Dragonskin Banner. 195
    Shaman: Lv 1, Fire, Great Weapon, Dispell Scroll. 146
    1x 14 Tribesmen: FCG, Banner of Discipline, Iron Fist, Heavy Armour. 553
    2x 15 Scrapling: Standard Bearer, Short bows. 2x 50
    1x 8 Mercenary Veterans: FCG, Flaming Standard, +1 Ballistic Skill, Poisoned Attacks, Brace of Ogre Pistols. 500
    2x 1 Sabretooth Tigers. 2x 40
    2x 2 Yetis. 2x 80
    2x Thunder Cannon. 2x 150
    1x Scratapult. 130
    Total: 2499

    And now... The (almost) finished boys!

    3 bombardiers and a cannon

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    14 tribesmen, main unit

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    BSB

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    Great shaman, general

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    A Khan, Great Khan, or whatever I feel like fielding him as :P

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    Fire Shaman

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    And family pic! Missing the scratapult (Not even started gluing it), scraplings (To be painted) and a close-up on the mercenaries

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    :hat off

  16. So some small progress on my Dunecrawler.  Mostly working on the red paint job.

    Black Undercoat, Khorne red base, Biel-Tan Green shade, Wazdakka red drybrush.  Then On just the weapons so far I have edge highlighed with Evil Sun scarlet.

     

    My current problem is whether I should apply Bloodletter red glaze to brighten it up or not.  Here's some progress pictures followed by a with and without glaze picture.  Tell me what you guys think!  I will add a Poll for you guys to vote on as well so please make a vote I would very much like to know peoples thoughts.

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    Without glaze:

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    With Glaze:

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    Kind regards Zolas.

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