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  1. My big idea would be a Beastmen-army with a wild mix of different kinds of beastmen. Not only goats, rams and cows but also varying dogs, felines, birds, insects, reptiles, fish and so on. With the Tzaangors there is already a nice addition, but for my vision I need much much more. To be honest I am probably just too lazy for this project.
  2. Voted for a Free People Warband. I really am eager to see the hopefully new design for their miniatures in AoS.
  3. Of all time it's probably a tie between Men at Arms of old Bretonnia and Flagellants. AoS only - The new Squigherd. Or does Gobbapalooza count?
  4. 6th Edition was my beginning. Googled some Orcs because of my love for Warcraft II and found the miniatures.
  5. This bit from the warhammer-community article is interesting "We can’t reveal anything about this year’s LVO preview yet, save that it’s going to blow you away, whatever you collect." Whatever we collect sounds like some new things not bound to a specific faction.
  6. Strange, there are not so many squiggly-beast followers next to the dankhol troggboss? I see one spider and the crushed centipide. I think I will add some critters to his base.
  7. So I guess I have to use my sourbreath troggoths now as Rockguts?
  8. I am going full insects. Have already the alarielle beatle standing around (bought as an arachnarok-alternative). I was never a big fan of the forrest-goblins, so I mounted nightgoblins on my arachnarok and spiderriders. So if we get a giant Centipide with nightgoblins...
  9. This year: 1. Get my Shadespire warbands painted - Nope, only some of them 2. Get the Skaven and the second Khorne Shadespire warbands and paint them - Well, I bought them... ^^ 3. Finally getting the Silvertower stuff painted - only a handfull miniatures. 4. Get some terrain done - success in parts 5. More converting - yes, one real success Next year: - I have to finally paint all of the half finished miniatures on my desk. - Next should be basing all finished miniatures. - Playing a Tournament - If 2019 is a gobbo year... spend all my money!
  10. Mine is lazy proxies. I know it's kinda narrow-minded, but I don't want to play against it. Conversions and alternative miniatures... no problem, but using a specific unmodified unit with other rules... can't stand that.
  11. If I like a miniature or there is a chance I can use at least some bits for funky conversions I will probably buy it. Owning one of a kind is more my style than creating the best armylist. If I don't like the unit (miniatur or fluff) I search for an alternative. In the past I bought miniatures for tournament armys, so also many of the same. Nowadays one box is enough. Just for having them. What to paint... I don't have any plan or system. Totally random.
  12. I am very happy to see the brayheards book, I was kind of afraid they would be forgotten. A thing that I don't like so much is that they choose Thunderscorn (Dragonogres) to be a part of this book. I know, AoS is new and old stories do not count anymore (as we saw with the Fimir), but I really liked the Tzeentch-oath background, where they fought for the favorised Mortal Armies and not the beastmen rubble. Sure they do look kinda beasty... looking forward to hear what their fluff will be in the book.
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