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  1. Stormhosts eventually fighting one another?

    Like in some kind of grim dark far future...
  2. Glub Glub?

    Well, the grot scuttlings were in silver tower and haven't been properly released, though they were teased in the KO book. Same with the eshin scaven model
  3. Which Morgast to choose

    Just to check, do you mean Morgast or Mortarch? With Morgast I’d go with the swords, with Mortarch I’d go with Mannfred
  4. So I’m soon to start work on constructing the Herald of the Purple Flame, Xenthos himself. The plan is to convert him out of a Ghorgon, Tree Lord or something like that. I’m leaning towards the Ghorgon, as it’s cheaper, larger and you get loads of spare bits. It also has hooved feet, which works well with Tzeentch iconography. I’m hoping to sculpt weapons, either sculpt or convert a suitable head and chop off the wings from a plastic eagle or vulture and stick them on its back. Will post some progress soon. Thanks for looking!
  5. Glub Glub?

    Warhammer Community: As I see it, either fishmen, vampirates, or seaworthy scaven/grots. Thoughts?
  6. I haven’t thought about that, it’s a really good idea! 😁 If I make any I’ll be sure to post them!
  7. So I just got Shadespire, and truth be told I think it’s one of the best board games I’ve ever played, certainly the best of those made by Games Workshop. Unfortunatly, it had one large flaw. Khorne. So I set about to change this. With the help of some clippers, spare bits from the Kairic Acolytes set and a fair bit of glue, I kit bashed some Tzeentch Shadespire warriors. So from left to right: Fars’ere the Flame-Ridden: The leader of the warband, Fars’ere was born over a bonfire of dancing brimstone horrors, and it is said that his blood is as hot as the flames he was born in. Satese the Seer: Fars’ere’s second in command, Satese is gifted with the power of prophetship, and can foretell events soon to happen. His mask hides his tortured face, for, in an attempt to stop the periodic visions, Satese blinded himself with a knife he keeps forever at his side. The Chained One: Little is known about this ferocious warrior, but his sinister name depicts an even grimmer past. Sar’cos’re: Raised by the Arcanite Cults, Sar’cos’re is a powerful sorcerer, and is known to eat the tongues of his enemies to learn their darkest secrets. Dra’itras: Known as the Purple Flame, Dra’itras is a pious fanatic, and ritually carves symbols of change into his skin...and the skin of his fallen foes. As soon as I get them painted I will post some more pictures (and hopefully a battle report). Thanks for looking!
  8. Beastclaw Frost Sabres: Narrative Army List

    I'm thinking of buying ~8 actual frost sabres and then converting them from chaos warhounds or Gryphies It would also work with the lore of my army as a whole with all the chaos mutations: so My Tzeentchian Prince/ ultimate spellcaster (think AoS Magnus the Red, but purple), has a knack for manipulating people along with destroying their soul (yeah, he's that kinda guy), so it might work with Tzeentch Beastclaw
  9. Legion of Night - Escalation from 1k to 2k

    I think that's the answer (EUREKA) , especially with legion of night allegiance. You could make a VLoZD appear from nowhere and smash up some squishy heroes.
  10. I've been thinking (those who know me can tell you that that's a bad thing), and came up with this Beastclaw Raiders army list. I added the tag 'controversial' to this thread, so you know what to expect: 2000 Points Leaders Icebrow Hunter - General, Massive Bulk, Ice Mammoth Skull Plate Icebrow Hunter Frostlord on Stonehorn - Blade of All Frost Units Frost Sabres - 10 Frost Sabres - 10 Frost Sabres - 10 Frost Sabres - 8 Thundertusk Beastriders Battalions Skal Tell me your thoughts. Criticism welcome (and expected).
  11. Dread Solstice Dilemma - Which Outcome & Why?

    I beg to differ... Tzeentch for president!
  12. Dread Solstice Dilemma - Which Outcome & Why?

    EYE My Tzeentch will manipulate the idiotic sothsayers and the fools who believe them to strenghen the power of The Architect
  13. So, as you probably know from last post, I'm going to The Wonders of the Algoraxi, a tournament at Warhammer World, in March. Although it is mainly a narrative event, you need three different army lists: 750, 1000 and 2000. Here goes. 750 Leaders Tzaangor Shaman - General, Arch-Sorcerer, Windthief Charm, Glimpse the Future, Bolt of Tzeentch, Shield of Fate, Treason of Tzeentch Units Tzaangors - 10, Pair of Savage Blade: 10 Tzaangors - 10, Pair of Savage Blade: 10 Tzaangor Skyfires - 3 1000 Leaders Tzaangor Shaman - General, Arch-Sorcerer, Glimpse the Future, Bolt of Tzeentch, Shield of Fate, Treason of Tzeentch Curseling, Eye of Tzeentch - Paradoxical Shield, Arcane Suggestion Units Tzaangors - 10, Pair of Savage Blade: 10 Kairic Acolytes - 10, Cursed Blade and Arcanite Shield: 10 Tzaangor Skyfires - 3 Tzaangor Skyfires - 3 2000 Leaders Tzaangor Shaman - General, Arch-Sorcerer, Arcane Suggestion, Bolt of Tzeentch, Shield of Fate, Fold Reality Curseling, Eye of Tzeentch - Paradoxical Shield, Arcane Suggestion Curseling, Eye of Tzeentch - Spiteful Shield, Shield of Fate Gaunt Summoner - Infusion Arcanum, Unchecked Mutation Units Tzaangors - 30, Pair of Savag Blades: 30 Kairic Acolytes - 10, Cursed Blade and Arcanite Shield: 10 Kairic Acolytes - 10, Cursed Blade and Arcanite Shield: 10 Tzaangor Skyfires - 3 Tzaangor Skyfires - 3 Pink Horrors of Tzeentch - Treason of Tzeentch Thanks for looking!
  14. POLLING the community

    I duplicate as well I also play a load of pink horrors
  15. Deciding on an army

    Like I always say: if in doubt, play Tzeentch. I think the valiant ghoul fighting for slightly daemonic angels is a great idea, I would go with that. But then, I’m a really narrative player, so it may just be me
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