The Troggoth Hag is definitely a piece I believe every Troggoth army needs. It's amazing as a model and amazing on the table.
I rarely do such detailed eyes and faces but when working on a model that is the centrepiece of your army you want to spend some extra time just to make it special. This is surely the best work I have ever done on a models face and I think there is just a lot of character and emotion on the model.
My smaller Troggoths are just green and blue but for t
Hello! This is my first post on this forum, but some of you might know me from other places, such as Yaktribe, Ulthuan, 9th age, khemri forum etc. In short I am long time Warhammer fantasybattle and Necromunda gamer. Recently I got excited with the new Warcry . Thus I wanted to share some work I have done for Warcry.
Although Port Stellis flourished and became a fortified city, not all attempts to build communities in Ulgu have been successful.
Over the past decades, as Port Stellis developed, settlers tried to establish villages in the neighboring region in order to develop agriculture. But none of these projects succeeded: the wild monsters and the darkness made the settlers disappear one after the other. Sometimes half-devoured corpses were found, and some other times the victims simply vanished, lea
No realm rules\spells for this one. My list
Skaven vs. Seraphon - Places of Arcane Power
I finished dropping first (for once as Skaven) and decide to take the first turn. First off, I didn't place my Gnawholes very well; the deployment for this battleplan is... odd for them and no spot seemed like a good spot. I start off with MMMWP on the Fiends and Skitterleap the AW to the left who gets off WLV which kills a grand total of 3 Skinks.. again, bad Gnawhole p
Hey guys, I first posted a link to AoS Reminders 3 months ago.
At the time, it only supported Sylvaneth and Seraphon.
I'm now happy to announce that we now support the following armies:
Beasts of Chaos
Daughters Of Khaine
Flesh Eater Courts
On the shore of Dead Man’s Folly, in the region of Stygxx, stands Castle Drachmir. Once a bastion of light, this citadel has been claimed by flesh-eating ghouls.
Few would dare to venture there but Khorne Daemon Prince, Tarak Skorl of the Ripped Tongue, fears not the undead and leads his slaughterhost through the Bitterblood Caverns to
the castles battlements. Hoping to breach the fortress and claim the magical artefacts rumoured to be within it’s ancient vault.
I haven’t had much time to work on my projects so I haven’t had much time to post any new progress. My wife got me an Idoneth Battalion and another set of squigs and I bought a considerable about of tzeentch daemons doubling my chaos army which has been neglected for over a year and a half.
I still am not sure how to proceed with the squigs. I’m either gonna drybrush them or put a darker red wash on them. I’m tempted to base coat them then throw in the contrast paint just to see what it
Clan Prepnik marched out of its aqshian farm to raid and plunder Idoneth Deepkin fishes... Was defeated and fled back to its farm quick-quick!
I did a 2000-point battle against Idoneth Deepkin today. This was my army (one WLC missing in the picture):
The list was:
Including fresh recruits from Clan Skryre
A warlock bombardier converted from a Spire of Dawn warpfire thrower kit:
SPELLS, ALL THE SPELLS FOR BOULDRAK YES-YES
And of c
Another Unit for my Ghostclaws is almost finished, this time a Battleline one: The Riders on Thundertusk.
I´ve got the model in a prepainted state from a friend and kept the fur and the tusks as they were before. The Chaintrap was broken and the parts missing, so I added a Banshee that will serve as a stand in for a vulture.
I think the project will take more time than assumed. I am really not motivated to work on the "small" dudes as I have also a ton of other miniatures that want to
The Free City of Bal’lahast
the Bal’lahast 1st Shyish Campaign Force
The Free City of Bal’lahast is situated in the far north of Ghur, neighbored by the Spitewood and Spitewood Fens, home to Sylvaneth and Fimir respectively. The city stands on an open grassy plane, surrounded by five concentric rings of moats. There are no walls in Bal’lahast, only the stake laden pits of water that keep the great beasts of Ghur at bay.
Now while they arent exactly Troggoths or even playable in the Gitz allegiance I do think Fimir fit the aesthetic of a swampy Troggoth army very well. So I got warriors and a Noble so I could play them in Meeting Engagement games and I think they turned out great.
The Fimirach Noble is a lovely model I love the cape and the pose he has going on! I am also happy that the water effects on his base came out pretty nice and smooth a few of the warrior bases werent that great.
After I made the Thread in the Modelling and Painting Subboards I didn't wrote more blog entries.
To give a little update here.
Since September 2017 the project contained Tribesmen. Here the blogentry
Those were only planned as a mixed force at the beginning.
Since june 2019 those guys are growing to become a recogniseable force on there own.
Already Painted are these guys.
Chieftain on Griffon
Shaman on Griffon
My Ghoul King on Terrorgheist is going to sit on this ludicrous base. I've made some progress on it and the terrorgheist, adding a spooki boi to the back of the base too. Once this is done, I have 60 ghouls to paint before completing my initial list for FEC- though lots of horrors and 2 more dragons to finish all the models! Initial list is looking like this:
Allegiance: Flesh Eater Courts- Grand Court: BlisterskinLeadersAbhorrant Ghoul King on Royal Terrorgheist (420)- Lore of Madness: Bon
For this entry we will consider the concept of most likely result, and standard distribution.
Most likely result is important when thinking about the difference between a theoretical result and an experiential result. As an example: a single attack that is 4+ / 4+ versus a model with no save has a mean (often simply described as average) outcome of .25 wounds. Needless to say you will never roll .25 wounds. Instead what is the most likely result? Clearly 0 wounds as 3 out of 4 times the re
Naquas Barionic, Mistress of Shoals, had reached out to Sigmar and Morathi for aid in her battle to stem the cannabilistic tide of the Blisterskin Court that was currently rampaging towards the newly discovered Stormvault. Word had reached the Idoneth Tidecaster that powerful artefacts had been locked inside and the arrival of Stormcast and Khinerai reinforcements gave her belief that it would be the Ionrach enclave who recovered them.
The Flesh Eaters started by securing their leaders as t
Edit: I have to get used to the Blog-Function as this is my first one. I will attach the origin story from my Blog Description here so you at least can see that this Blog is about: Armybuilding.
The Mournwoods are a sinister place, even for Shyish terms. It is a vast forest east from the city of Gothizzar. It is known for its blackoaks, trees which looks like molten rock, claid in black leafs. The Mournwoods seldom see light as is is veiled greyish black fog for most of the days. There are
"The Swords of Ulric, also known as the Sons of Ulric are a Middenland regiment of Templar's and fanatics dedicated and funded by the Ulrican Church of Middenheim. The formidable training of the Swords of Ulric consists not of marches or military drills, but instead on patrols and war parties led out of the city itself and into the hazardous regions of the Drakwald Forest, where they hunt out the tribes of beastmen that have taken residence in the land. Initiates hoping to join this famed regime
"The Sterntower Marksmen are a newly formed regiment out of Steingart. They are garrisoned as part of the line of sentry post and signal towers that guard the low foothills of the eastern Wissenland, under the shadow of the imposing Black Mountains. Always at the ready to launch their signal flares to signify invasions, the watchtowers are essential for border defence.
The Marksmen share the Sterntower with several other Imperial regiments - Halberdiers and Spearmen - with whom they have estab
Welcome to the first entry for my Free Peoples blog.
I have been working on this army since 2015. It's been a passion project of mine since first seeing the Empire army in the 8th Edition army book.
I had always wanted to start an Empire army but never though I had the painting skills to do them justice.
In 2015 my best friend James was painting up his Bretonnian army. We reconnected (we had deployed together in the military and became good friends) after a couple of years and we