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  1. Event Title: The BOBO Christmas Party Event Author: Anyone seen Grimnir? Calendar: Events UK Event Date: 12/02/2017 12:00 AM to 12/03/2017 12:00 AM A two day, five game event, held at The Engine Shed (Lincoln) 2/3 December. 2000 Pts Age of Sigmar GHB2 More intimate than our summer event, it will be a full christmas party from start to finish. Maximum 40 places. 5 games of GHB2 with music, presents and a visit from Santa!!! Food included and housed in one of the UK's premier Gaming Venues. A festive bonanza with all the fun of Bravery One, bring your Mrs for a bit of Christmas Shopping then to join the party in the evening. Check out our summer event below for an idea of what to expect: https://vimeopro.com/user8897516/bravery-one To book your ticket on this limited space event, paypal £15 to Qualityassured@hotmail.co.uk The BOBO Christmas Party
  2. Event Title: Warhammer Achievements 5 - part of the Bad Dice Gaming ConventionEvent Author: @StevewrenCalendar: Events UKEvent Date: 11/03/2017 12:00 AM to 11/05/2017 12:00 AM What is Warhammer Achievements? Warhammer Achievements 5 is a five game Narrative Play Age of Sigmar event that will be running at Ben Curry’s’ Blood and Glory tournament in Derby on the 3rd to the 5th November 2017. The event is unique amongst the UK tournament scene as possibly the only event that can be won by a player that loses all their games. You heard me right! If you are hopeless at winning Age of Sigmar games this could well be the event for you…! Instead the event is scored using Achievements that can be gained throughout the five games, how you painted and selected your army, how sporting you are, and a few miscellaneous ones that will be announced in the lead up to the event. In all there are 99 achievements available, and the winner will be the player that achieves the most. Tell me more about the Achievements, they sound great… Achievements come in many shapes and sizes. There are 50 in game achievements available to players. 25 of them can be achieved in any game, and the other 25 are broken down into each game and can only be claimed in that game. They include things such as failing a charge with a double 1, completing a turn 1 charge, wiping out a unit in a single turn, and passing a bravery test on a 1. The painting ones are scored by including freehand in your army, having some non-metallic metal, including vintage Games Workshop models, and showing off some conversions in your army. You also get achievements through your unit choice and army selection, and through playing the game in a sporting manner. There has also been a tradition where you can gain negative achievements, which will take points away (however there is also an award for getting the most of these as well!) DOWNLOAD THE EVENT RULES PACK HERE Warhammer Achievements 5 - Rules Pack.pdf DOWNLOAD THE SCENARIO PACK HERE Coming Soon... That all sounds well and good, but what is the gaming like? I’m glad you asked. This year we are running the event over two days (a first for Warhammer Achievements) with games at variable point values from 1600 to 2500 points. There will also be a doubles game on the first day so you can team up with a friend for double the fun. Each game will have a challenging scenario, and winning this will allow you to claim the major objective, worth 7 Battlepoints. All the games will be on custom designed and themed tables with their own special table objectives. These will make up the secondary objectives and are worth 5 Battlepoints. The tertiary objectives (worth up to 3 points) come from strategy cards that you can play during the games. The player with the highest number of Battlepoints over the weekend will be crowned the Best General at the event (we like to reward gaming skill as well). Where does the Narrative part come from? One of the things we pride ourselves on is having a narrative that runs through the games. The escalating points allows the army to develop throughout the five games, with your full 2500 point force contesting the final scenario. We have called it The Heroes Journey and there will be Legacy Game style stickers that you can add to your Player Pack as the weekend progresses, so that the event becomes personalised to each player and you actually go on your own journey. One of the things that we are looking for this year is to include five unique and difficult to achieve Grand Alliance Objectives. These can be claimed by any player of that GA and will be themed around the story and background of each one. Your General will have the ability to earn Blood Sacrifice points during the games which will allow you to transform your general in to a ferocious combat beast, hopefully allowing you to pull victory from the jaws of defeat and carry the day for your forces. How important is painting at Warhammer Achievements? Very! All the organisers of the event have been much more successful painting armies than winning games and the Best Painted Army award has been hard fought over previous years. We encourage you to bring the army and models that you have spent the most time and put the most effort into and these will probably be the ones that you are most proud of, especially if you can gain the most achievements from them. The chances are your best models will tick the most achievement boxes to, so it should be a win-win situation. Age of Sigmar is a very aesthetic game and we know that tables are going look great, so we want the armies to look awesome as well. That all sounds great – sign me up! If you like the sound of this then get yourselves over to the Bad Dice website and purchase your ticket today. Warhammer Achievements is will be limited to 30 players initially so if you want to take part in this unique event then you’ll need to sign up fast as the tickets will be going quick, especially as there may be achievements up for grabs for the first people to sign up. ___________________________________________________________________________________________________________ BUY TICKETS HERE... ___________________________________________________________________________________________________________ If you want to stay up to date on how the tables are coming on and how the rules pack is shaping up then follow me on Twitter @stevewren and make sure you tune into the Bad Dice Podcast shows for all the latest news from Warhammer Achievements and Blood and Glory. SCENERY UPDATES AND RANDOM WARHAMMER ACHIEVEMENT STUFF You can find this on my Blog post here on TGA Questions? If you have any questions at all about this event feel free to get in touch. You can contact me on the TGA boards, either in this thread or via the Messaging function. Alternatively you can email at stevewren1976@googlemail.com or @stevewren on Twitter
  3. Event Title: FaceHammer Grand Tournament 2 Event Author: Terry Pike Calendar: Events UK Event Date: 09/30/2017 12:00 AM to 10/01/2017 12:00 AM The Event Pack is now available here! FaceHammer GT2 2017 Event Pack The Event is also now sold out, keep an eye out on Twitter for any spaces that open up. Full details will be added a later date. We just wanted to get the event in the calendar so people know when it will be! Expect the format, prizes & extras to be similar to last year! Tickets are on sale! Click here for ticket sales! Entrants List 1 Aaron Bailey 2 Adam Hazelwood 3 Adam Petford 4 Adam Ryland 5 Ady McWalter 6 Alex Bruce 7 Alex Harrison 8 Andy Bryan 9 Andy Burton 10 Andy Talbot 11 Balal Zafar 12 Ben Diesel 13 Benjamin Savva 14 Bex Ward 15 Bryan Hatchett 16 Ceri Scanlon 17 Chris Green 18 Chris Mills 19 Chris tomlin 20 Ellis Priestly 21 Cochrane Colin 22 Craig Carlton 23 Craig Moore 24 Craig Namvar 25 Dan Broxholme 26 Dan Ford 27 Dan Mitchell 28 Daniel Hadert 29 Darran Palmer 30 Dean McLaughlin 31 Ed Ball 32 Gary Hennesy 33 Gaz Ravenscroft 34 Graham Shirley 35 Ian Gilmore 36 Ian Spink 37 Jack Armstrong 38 James Boots 39 James Box 40 James Brown 41 James Chalmers 42 James Eveleigh 43 Joe Purcell 44 John Dale 45 Jon Barwise 46 Joshua Richards 47 kane holloway 48 Keith Ball 49 Kieran Harper 50 Laurie Huggett-Wilde 51 Lee Kay 52 Luke Mchugh 53 Luke Whitehead 54 Marc Wilson 55 Marcus Crawley 56 Mark Busby 57 Mark Caseley 58 Matt Lyons 59 Matt Robertson 60 Matthew Arnold 61 Matthew Croad 62 Matthew Robinson 63 Matthew Tullock 64 Michael Browning 65 Mike Thomas 66 Mike Wilson 67 Nathan Hoole 68 Nicky Martin 69 Nigel Chorlton 70 Owen Farmer 71 Owyn Abram 72 Pano K 73 Patrick O'Sullivan 74 Paul Buckler 75 Paul Haley 76 Paul Whitehead 77 Pete Bradley 78 Peter Scholey 79 Ric Ellis 80 Richard Hudspith 81 Ricky Mee 82 Rob Boyce 83 Robert Crouchley 84 Robert Ellis 85 Robert Sedgeman 86 Russ Ward 87 Sam Davies 88 Sam Watson 89 Shaun Lang 90 Stewart Callander 91 Thomas Kemp 92 Tim Bussell 93 Toby Jennings 94 Tom Hewitt 95 Tom Mawdsley 96 Tom Wall 97 Tony Moore 98 Will Philpott 99 William Morriss 100 Nick Myland FaceHammer Grand Tournament 2
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    A 5 game two day event. More intimate than our summer event, it will be a full christmas party from start to finish. 5 games of GHB2 with music, presents and a visit from Santa!!! A festive bonanza with all the fun of Bravery One. Check out our summer event below for an idea of what to expect: https://vimeopro.com/user8897516/bravery-one To book your ticket on this limited space event, paypal £15 to Qualityassured@hotmail.co.uk
  5. Let's start with what they call a "money shot" I'm very pleased with how this turned out, it's crazy how well all three of these kits fit with some trimming. My original intention was to use the Steam tank & the doomwheel, but after looking at the kits, and the dimensions of the cannon port at the front, I decided to chuck in a warp lightning cannon kit for good measure. I started with the main chassis of the tank, putting it together as per the instructions, once I got it looking like a wheelbarrow, I then began to assemble the main body of the doomwheel. due to some inspiration hitting me at just the wrong moment, and me just going with it, this is the earliest image I have of that step. as you can see, I measured out and clipped enough of the central scaffold out to fit the counterweight from the Plagueclaw catapult\Warp lightning canon kit. the wheels themselves were assembled and then dry fitted (not glued) onto the central framework. the back flywheel was also removed. Next came the cannon itself, the steam tank has a little bit of a cradle system where the cannon slots in, so I cut down the barrel of the cannon, and the barrel of the warp lightning cannon, chopped the back end from the central part of the warp lightning cannon and slotted and glued it all together. Giving me something a little like this. Honestly, this was one of the more fiddly bits on this model. once dry, I attached it to the chassis. I continued to build up the sides of the steam tank, before undercoating the inside and the cannon black. I started to add various embellishments from various Skaven sprues to the main body of the tank. I created some green stuff cables and pipes using a Greenstuffworld greenstuff roller. and started to patch up and add detail to the wheel and attached powersource. The gun turret also had some modification, using the back end of the warp lightning gun I cut off earlier, the front end of a storm fiend's warpfire thrower. and a greenstuff pipe, I replaced the secondary gun, with a warpfire thrower. at some point I replaced the little lightning bolt at the front of the doomwheel with one of the bits of the middle framework I snipped out partially to make it look a little more attached to the main body, and partially to give it another point of contact to actually attach it to the main body The sides of the doomwheel had the blades removed, and more embellishments were added (including the two warp lightning projectors from the front of the doomwheel. before I undercoated the whole thing. After some thought, I decided that a heavy bronze, brass and warpstone scheme would suit it. so I got to work all of the warpstone was painted with a heavy edge highlight of green interference paint directly over the black, so it appears black until you turn it in the light, then as the light hits it shines green. I painted the centre part of the cannon in interference blue to give it a crackling electric appearance. I attempted a little bit of a verdigris effect on some of the brass and copper bits, dulled the whole thing down with a was of agrax eathshard. the chap on top was largely painted in the same metallics as the rest, his body was from one of the crew from the warp lightning cannon. his arms are from the stormvermin sprue, and his head was one of the pilot heads from the doomwheel kit. most of the wood on the model was basecoated in various browns and greens, given an agrax eathshade wash, then drybrushed with flayed one flesh. the studs were then picked out in copper and silver. The chap at the back was painted in the yellow of clan Skurvy. and now I need to find a base long enough for this thing. it can fit on a 120mm base if you don't mind the front and the back going over. the turret still comes off, the inside is still visible, the back of the cannon is the same colour as the rest of it. Start to finish, it took me around 5 days to complete. Let me know what you think, I believe the warscroll for the rat tank is still in the downloads.
  6. new player

    Hey guys I have a question about painting and army building. Currently i can't choose between Start collecting flesheater-courts or start collecting beastclaw raiders. I love both army's looks and playing style, all though i am not sure which one is harder to paint. I know the points for both armies. If it's not too much, it would be reeally nice if you could show me the size of the miniatures (picture) in comparison to a hand. Also which army is the more expansive to collect, because BCR have a very small model count, while FEC units can be converted to a bunch of things (start collecting box alone has a huge amount of choices.) Thank you for reading!
  7. Hye guys I am currently looking for a good, easy way to paint ghouls, and by extension the entire flesh eaters start collecting box. If possible wiht as little paint as possible because i am now to wargaming and this isnt going to a competion.
  8. So this year me and my family moved to Paris and I accidentally bumped on Games Workshop on the internet.I saw there are a few shops in Paris near me so I decided to give it a go.I bought an essentials kit and a few space marines (the starter kit of 3) so i could learn to paint, as well as getting started with age of sigmar (book). SO, in September it's my birthday and i was thinking about buying a start collecting box and that's where the problem starts. I like the beastclaw raiders a lot (also slaves to darkness and seraphon), but i was worried that I may not have the skill to paint them. Of course I don't have enough money or skill to go with white, so i was a thinking about a brown color scheme. (probably mournfang brown with some drybrushing) I probably have enough paint from my citadel essentials box set to paint ogres and I also heard they are cheaper to collect because they have a very small army. So are beastclaw raiders a good choice for a first army or do you think i should buy something like slaves to darkness or seraphon? ( Also if it's not too much could you show me a beastclaw model ( and a carnosaur if you have him) in comparison to a hand picture because i am not sure of the size) Thank you for reading.
  9. Just a quick question: i looked up on games workshop website for warscrolls for my flesheaters army, and I saw that the warscrolls aren't the same as in the battletomb. Is there a way i can get them for free or a bundle or do I have to buy a battletomb?
  10. Just a quick question: i looked up on games workshop website for warscrolls for my flesheaters army, and I saw that the warscrolls aren't the same as in the battletomb. Is there a way i can get them for free or a bundle or do I have to buy a battletomb?
  11. Just a quick question: i looked up on games workshop website for warscrolls for my flesheaters army, and I saw that the warscrolls aren't the same as in the battletomb. Is there a way i can get them for free or a bundle or do I have to buy a battletomb?
  12. new player

    Hey guys I have a question about painting and army building. Currently i can't choose between Start collecting flesheater-courts or start collecting beastclaw raiders. I love both army's looks and playing style, all though i am not sure which one is harder to paint. I know the points for both armies. If it's not too much, it would be reeally nice if you could show me the size of the miniatures (picture) in comparison to a hand. Also which army is the more expansive to collect, because BCR have a very small model count, while FEC units can be converted to a bunch of things (start collecting box alone has a huge amount of choices.) Thank you for reading!
  13. Hi guys, I'm just starting age of sigmar and i don't know what to choose : I like slaves to darkness and beastclaw raiders, because i don't know which one is more expansive to collect. I know beastclaw raiders starting box is around 800 points, so if anyone knows the points of slaves to darkness box please tell me. Also if anyone here has an army could (if it's not too much) show me a picture of the size of the models, because i don't know that as well Thank you for reading
  14. Looking to buy Empire units. Currently looking at all and anything. Most notably, artillery, crossbowmen, cool stuff lol. I don't mind paying shipping to Australia so long as it's fair and well packed really. Show me what ya got! Cheers everyone
  15. For the Realm of life table I wanted to add in a piece that called back to the Old World, so I thought that an Elven Waystone dedicated to Allarielle would be a nice way of doing this. It could be kept standing through the powers of the wanderers and have some magical effect that bolstered the Sylvaneths power. One of the challenges with making this from blue foam is keeping all the angles consistant. To solve this I b cut a rectangular block and then cut a wedge from a a second piece to make sure the angle would be consistent. Each time I made an angled cut along he long sides I kept the off cut and taped it back on so that I was always cutting from a rectangle. This meant that the shape would be consistent throughout. I cut the waystone and the square base together and joined these with cocktail sticks and silicon glue. I drew on a lot of the detail with a pencil to make the indented pattern and then glued on some half beads and the elven letters that I cut from a stencil. The top of the waystone was decorated with a small circular gourd that came from the lake town house kit from The Hobbit range. The Plinth was made from thin slices of blue foam that I laser cut. I was able to engrave on the stone shapes and runes which saved a lot of time. I had to play around with the power setting n the machine to get a good effect though. When this had finished I glued them all together onto a hardboard base. The edges were sanded and I cut the edges with a craft knife to roughen the stones appearance. I also cut some steps from cardboard that I could glue down. Painting was a quick job. First I gave the whole thing a coat of blue tester pot paint from B&Q before spraying it all with greys and browns. I did the waystone and the plinth separately. Then I drybrushed the whole thing with Wrack white and Terminatus Stone before spraying the half beads and the top gourd with a bright blue to create the OSL effect. Its a bit non specific, but it does the job. I then edge highlighted a lot of the stone work and drew on the cracks in the steps with a sharpie and white paint. The final step was to glue the whole piece together and add some flock, tufts and bushes.
  16. One of the things that I have wanted to make ever since the South Coast Grand Tournament was my very own Silver Tower as the centrepiece terrain feature or my Tzeentch table. I wasn't sure what to use as the start of the model though, until I came across this cheap (£6.99) lighthouse from The Range. I thought with a bit of tweaking it would work as the base for the model. The first thing that I did was remove all of the shells and nautical decoration. It had al been attached with a glue gun so a quick go at it with the hobby knife allowed me to remove a lot of the detail and then I could sand down some bits that were a little rough. However the lighthouse now needed to be AoS'd a little bit. To start with I designed a Tzeentch pattern that I got from the floor tiles from the silver tower game. I scaled them so they were larger at the bottom than the top and then I cut them out carefully. I needed three patterns to go round the tower as well as a couple of extra bits to hide the window and door openings. Once they were cut out I used spray glue to attach them to the lighthouse. I had to go round some of the designs with superglue to get them to stick securely. The next step was to cut away the central pillar at the top. I drilled two holes in the top section and the main piece that could be joined by some wooden dowel. I then drilled a hole through a table tennis ball which was going to act as the eye of Tzeentch. I then used the laser cutter to cut out the nine Tzeentch spikes that would go round the top section. For final decoration I glued on some of the bits and pieces left over from the Lord of Change kits to add some more flavour to the design. I I then made a new Tzeentch disc style base which I attached to the original wooden base. I drilled a 20mm hole into the bottom using a Forstner bit and glued a piece of clear acrylic tube into it. To make it look magically powered I used expending phone around the bottom and stuck a load of the spare Lord of Change heads into it. At this point I also made a base from MDF and lots of filler to give it some weight. I covered the pole with masking tape so that could paint the base. With all the building now finished I was able to get on with painting the model. I painted it in four sections - the base, the tower, the base of the tower, and the eye. The base was painted brown and grey, then dry brushed and flocked. I used a lot of blue and white spray paint to paint the magical cloud at the bottom, then sprayed the top silver. Some of the silver went onto the blue but I really wasn't concerned by this as it added to the mystical appearance. I then gloss varnished the cloud. I also edge highlighted all the silver parts as well. The eye was sprayed with shades of blue and then I quickly picked out a nebula pattern with white on the eye. Again this was given a glossy finish. I sprayed the tower with leadbelcher and then hit it with a silver spray to pick out details. I used the light blue to do the lighting effects on the tower. I used a little bit of gold on the top just for some contrast. Everything was then glued together using mitre adhesive. All I need to do now is to create some exciting game rules to go along with the piece....
  17. My friend and I are currently wanting to enter into doubles tournaments especially for adepticon. We found the 2016 rules but so much has changed we dont want to build a list and start training around something out dated. I was wondering if anyone knew how to get ahold of the rules. or had recent double's rules.
  18. The Exalted Flamer of Tzeentch, an Exotic Adversary for the Warhammer Quest: Silver Tower game.
  19. Four Blue Horrors from the Warhammer Quest: Silver Tower boxed set on Shattered Dominion bases.
  20. I originally posted this in the Chaos sub forum, but this should really be posted for everyone who may want it. I created a template that I've used for making Disciples of Tzeentch stat cards. Though you can make slight modifications and make these for any faction in AoS. I plan on getting my set printed up on large form playing cards through a company. If you have any questions please let me know. And if you make anything for an army, please share it and help the community out. Here is an example from my completed set. https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B0ehT5GfQE28d0VoNF9oZTMzOUU
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    This is something I've been kicking around for a while. many years ago, White Dwarf published a Clan Skryre based army list with a few conversions, things like augmented rat ogres and special rules for Skryre forces. The most interesting (in my opinion) was the Skaven Rat Tank. It had a backstory, a conversion guide, and most importantly a set of rules. Which I have attempted to recreate the rules for with this warscroll. I would love your thoughts and constructive feedback on it, as this is essentially version 1.0. I know occasionally these conversions pop up on ebay, but I'm working on one using the current plastic kits.
  22. Something I've been working for a little over a fortnight now should help greatly, easy to print and use I included all the compendium units I could find and I'll be able to easily add more in future! Click here to use the AoS Skirmish roster creator! NOTE: Please hit "File" then "Make A Copy" to allow you to save your own version that isn't edited by others at the same time! Here's a screenshot of it too it allows you to select your grand alliance then type in the warscroll name to generate your renown cost hope its useful to you all!
  23. Hi everyone, I'm selling 5 mighty skullcrushers in the sprues (and their 5 bases) - £30 Soul Grinder for £25 1 Khogorath - £15 1 chimera - £15 1 cockatrice - £15 If you want all of them I'll sell it for £90 and I assume postage costs. PM me if you interested.