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    Sure! Here all the armored ghouls I have painted so far.
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    I have photos of my Dark Souls project that follow this idea if you wanna see?
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    Thanks! The heads come from Statuesque Miniatures. I am not the only one to have used those female heads by the way, I remember there was a someone on TGA who posted conversions of Stormcast using those.
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    Been a little distracted from my Nagash Death army but I have 2 corpse carts to finish up that are now on the top of my painting que.
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    Very nice painting! Your colors are great
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    As someone who owns eight different armies and can't remember how to play any of them, this is fantastic. THANK YOU.
  7. 1 point
    We've added Gutbusters over the weekend! We also added Gloomspite Gitz spells.
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    Great report. So close to victory! One thing I noticed (which you’ve also highlighted) is that failing the skitterleap really screwed you positionally. I think it’s worth keeping the AW close to a gnawhole and not setting them up too far forward so if the leap fails you can still get to a better if not ideal place to throw your vortex down.
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    Play these guys with the Open War Army Generator the the Negativ having a 6+ save is turning into a possitive because they count towards the horde category instead of regular.
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    I will look that I can add some things. (at the moment the old blog entry from @Matthijs is still quite present in this blog). I think one of the next blog entries will either be charge or pile in, so there is still room for first Attack, longer pile in etc.)
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    @Kramer I fixed the broken picture links
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    Beautiful models and interesting lore👍
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    Ha! I wish I was skilled enough to scratch build a scenery like this one. No actually the tower is a kit that GW was selling in the past (during the Warhammer Fantasy days). I bought it ~10 years ago and it sat unpainted in my attic for a long time until I came back to Warhammer thanks to AoS. You can sometimes find it on eBay. Search for "Warhammer watchtower".
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    Do it! Sign a pact with nagash for your soul in order to motivate you to meet the deadline for fear of becoming another expendable bedsheet! I've been tempted to try for armies on parade as well, I'll see what I can do for my Slaanesh/Slaves to darkness since It'll also motivate me to finish the kitbash ideas i had.
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    First of all, I really like the Bits you put out so far. I made good use of the shoulder pads and the heads. Only the faces suffer from the usual problems that come with 3D printing. So I think it would be better for future bits to stick to inorganic bits like armor or weapons. As others have said, shields would be a nice addition.
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    Get some UHU glue like this: https://www.amazon.co.uk/UHU-All-Purpose-Adhesive-125ml/dp/B013Z3E4Q4/ref=asc_df_B013Z3E4Q4/?tag=googshopuk-21&linkCode=df0&hvadid=223170773229&hvpos=1o1&hvnetw=g&hvrand=15528981230115978368&hvpone=&hvptwo=&hvqmt=&hvdev=c&hvdvcmdl=&hvlocint=&hvlocphy=9045888&hvtargid=pla-441489672426&psc=1 This stuff is like gel- i squirt some onto a board then use a toothpick to pick some up and stick to one part of the model. Then using the toothpick, drag the blob across to another part of the model. The glue goes quite firm within a minute, making it really easy to work with. Wait a few hours for it to properly dry and harden (though it never actually hardens, it's always slightly stretchy), then coat in blood for the blood god, or Nurgles Rot if that's your think!
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    Ragged flesh banners/ skeletal crests to mark out individual units? Conversion bits for a female ghoul king/ arch regent? "instruments" made of bones and skulls(serving no purpose rules wise but would fit the whole delusion theme).
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    Love the Scuttleboss, really like the deep orange tones. Keep the Trogg and spider love a coming.
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    yeah, it's great stuff. Admittedly, I had never thought of using it for basing, I have to try that some time. That Terrorgheist base is remarkable, an excellent use of the ruins!
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    Really nice, it mesh well with the actual body of the terrorgheist, not making it out of place or awkard. Do you plan to add more armor? Helmet? Legs?
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    this is not the nighthaunt this is khornehaunt way to make coplete new faction from nighthaunt. nice work
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    Thanks for this complete guide, very interesting! It helped me a lot to build by skryre/verminus list, so awesome work!
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    White fading into the pink or blue could be really cool! But I mainly suggest that because I really like the pink and blue but you said you wanted to go more white so a gradient would likely be cool. Depends whether you're comfortable painting that though.
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    Superb! Carries the atmosphere nicely. wheres the pic from?
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    Yeah my bits box is starting to fill as well, shame none of my armies have any shared designs, but at least all the spare skulls from LoN can go with any army. A friend of mine started an SCE army because she fell in love with one of the stormhosts colour scheme and wanted to do a dark angel themed army with the vanguard chamber stuff. Fortunately for her, her bf was interested in playing SCE as well until deepkin stole his heart (and soul)
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    Fantastic! Really liking the flagellents, they’re such a great reminder of the Old World’s appeal; dark, gothic but with a cynical wink and nod at the ridiculousness of it all. Loving this army.
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    Haha … I also couldn't believe it's really true, when I scrolled down the Warhammer Community article a few hours ago. So great, they finally made it. (I was _soooo_ close to starting a Duardin Skirmish Warband. 😊)
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    Tackle the conversions or the painting? To me, these look very dank and damp, as though straight from the fens.......so maybe dryads along something like that? Perhaps spirits that have dredged the waters to find suitable materials for them to form into a dryad nature? After all, many things of many types may have fallen or been sacrificed in those waters over the years.....
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    Fantastic - look like they clambered straight out of a bog Whats the main frame of the body? Dryads? (or whatever they are called now)
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    Those chaos warriors are amazing, good job bro !
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    Great write up. I had something myself, although it wasn’t as strict as “every day” but a “will try and do something hobby related every day, if I can” - which I included as essentially anything, from painting to playing to writing a scenario. I didn’t include “buying things” in there though Number 7 sounds mighty familiar Having now got into the habit, I’m keeping on with my approach!
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    This is great. I have a step-uncle (or something) who is a big shot banker, and he said his key to success is to do this sort of thing: make rules for yourself and stick to them, no matter what. I need to make sure to do this, in order to avoid being subject to my waxing and waning enthusiasm.
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    'Even the smallest person can change the course of the future' -- J.R.R Tolkien I can't wait to see this done!
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    They look awesome. I think in a right set up, these guys can be really good. They are cheap for an elite troop, especially when you take 30 of them. Keep em close and use the +1 to save trait to survive longer at 3+ save/ give them griffons ability +1 to hit for combat, so you are potentially looking at 61 attacks 2+/ 3+/ -1/ 1. They can be pretty nasty 😉
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    You really do a phenomenal job with your free peoples! Love the leopard pattern! Keep em coming! *Also, what list do you currently run?
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    Have to agree with the above👆 Awesome. I was going to leave my grestswords with my old wfb army but now I need to rethink that 😸
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    Thanks nixon appreciate that
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    I feel I want to chime in on this. In terms of Grand Strategy, the Why component of any faction (real or fictitious) is normally related to National Interests and the leveraging of power in whatever form that takes, to achieve the outcomes of the strategy and protect or further national interest. To shift this into a fantasy role, each factions grand purpose could be discerned readily, e.g. Stormcast to purge Chaos, rebuild the realms etc. These are broad, simple statements with huge ramifications from the top down i.e. Sigmar makes the calls, but his poor old Liberators have to build the latrines in order for this strategy to have a chance at success. This is only further complicated when allies and adversaries have similar and/or conflicting strategies. This is the source of tension of the types seen in the news at the political and diplomatic levels, a battle of ideology and who is the more capable of achieving their strategy and ergo the more "powerful". Seen through this lens, the why component becomes more apparent. The What is then developed in the campaigns and initiatives that will allow a ruler (gods I guess in this case) to exercise their levers of power (in the Age of Sigmar context, we are talking almost purely military, although occasionally it could be argued some diplomacy is in order... (pun intended...)). Further, the machinations of the senior military leaders can be more easily discerned to the tactical level by the use of battle plans in the realms and the small vignettes that play out all over the world for the different factions that, ultimately, are attempting, through military might, to achieve the outcomes laid out in the Grand Strategy at the beginning. Was that helpful? I do enjoy a good high level strategic discussion.
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    3-2 You'll lose to DoK and Tzeentch. Unless you wear a singlet, then you'll only lose to DoK. Also, weapons are not allowed on site, so there will be no shooting of hecklers.
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    Thanks for you’re report, it was asome. in my ratlike heart, you are the true Winner of the tournament. Just wondering how many plague monks you used.
  45. 1 point
    Nice work! Like the running blood bases. Hope you get to post more very soon. :)
  46. 1 point
    Very pretty! Particularly the bases. I'm just starting on a DoK army too and I want to do a Witch horde army, but the painting required is intimidating.
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    Painted up my first Spirit Host. While I had a blast painting him I have to say putting this thing together was a little bit of a pain. Getting all the spirit strands to connect at just the right angles had me saying a few not so nice words. Overall, I was happy with the result so I guess all was good in the end. Now just 8 more to do!
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    GW should pay you, really. My favourite its Geppeto The Steam tank its a very beautiful model.
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    Definitely! Jim says it's about picking the timing of your charge. Can even send in the Dragon Blades on one turn, and save the Dragonlords for a second wave.
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