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  1. Huh. That's interesting. Wonder if we'll see any of that for tomorrow's announcements. Probably going to be specialist game stuff tomorrow though.
  2. You've got about 500 points of Nurgle mortals (Rotbringers). To bump it up to 1k, I'd definitely consider some more Putrid Blightkings. The Harbinger of Decay is also great, though the official model is finecast resin, which can be difficult to work with compared to plastic.
  3. That's vile I love it. I see Blightking bits and Beast of Nurgle bits aplenty.
  4. Getting some work into a Rotbringer conversion, and I think this is the best head I've painted to date. Almost done
  5. You wouldn't be able to take them in Plague/Blight Cyst. With those battalions, in the organization box we can see the required/optional units have their names without any bolded text or full caps. This means the battalions require the exact units with those names. If you compare it to the Thricefold Befoulment battalion, it has 3 GREAT UNCLEAN ONES meaning it requires 3 units with that keyword, not just the specific name of the unit "Great Unclean One". So you could take Rotigus or the Exalted FW Great Unclean One in that battalion.
  6. What kind of rumor engines are we thinking for these boys?
  7. Tell me more about Flat Duardin I think if anything it'd be a very nasty GW tactic to make all the new ranges stronger rules wise just to sell the newer models. In a perfect world I'd want the rules to be decently balanced across all AOS factions (yes, the WHFB models and factions that are in AoS are just as much a part of AoS now as the completely new lines), and to have new and updated models for all factions. Off the top of my head, the new Ogor Tyrant and the new Chaos Warriors are great examples of sorely needed new kits that still keep the wonderful aesthetic of the models they're succeeding.
  8. That blue goes so well with your scheme. Very nice work!
  9. Just saw this on the Warhammer Underworlds subbredit posted by u/lazylurky. Apparently from the new White Dwarf, looks like the upcoming warband. I'm hype, they look wonderful.
  10. Model to model line of site has always felt odd to me, especially from a modeling perspective. Although a small difference. you could gain an advantage based on how you base your mini (cork for extra height for example), but a situation that's always struck me as especially weird is the build options for the Skaven Warp Lightning Cannon and Plagueclaw Catapult. There are 3 build options for both, based on the frame that will affect the model's height by a few inches. So the way you build the model can change how well it benefits from or is hurt by line of site rules. In my local group we've been trying the base to base measuring for line of site, and find that it's working well enough.
  11. First time trying a contract, and excited to! For January 2020, I want to finish painting my 5 converted Putrid Blightkings, my converted Harbinger of Decay, and see how much work I can get into my Glottkin!
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