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And now ... Gorechosen!

For the next instalment, I've taken a break from Tzeentch to finish up my Gorechosen quartet.

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They're a really solid set of characters, and the game is great bit of mindless fun (I'm wondering how it will compare to the other quick-playing, arena-based, low-model count, Shadespire).

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They're certainly enough to tempt me into getting some more Bloodbound for them (the Slaughterpriest needs to sacrifice something!).

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The Exalted Deathbringer has made a few appearances in regular AoS battles too, and he is pretty lethal (the Skullgouger is brilliant when fending off large numbers of low-rend attacks).

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And my personal favourite: the Skullgrinder. Nothing says AoS quite like a burning anvil on a chain. :-)

Time to get some more Blades of Khorne and stock up on the red paint!



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Cool!  I too enjoy flaming anvils on chains.

Is the basing style meant to match a particular surface?

Following your blog by the way :D

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6 hours ago, Nin Win said:

Cool!  I too enjoy flaming anvils on chains.

Is the basing style meant to match a particular surface?

Following your blog by the way :D

Thanks very much! The basing style originated from the Gor and Skin Wolves that I first painted: rocky terrain with some snow on it (so it can show up the blood spatters). I started off using a mix of PVA/Baking Power for snow, but have switched to Valhallan Blizzard (which is a bit lumpier, but a real time-saver). 

Now I'm adding more Chaos, I want to keep it all consistent, but I imagined the warband as roaming the wilderness of Ghur.

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