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  1. Just keep filling it with Black Library Celebration 2021 books! Just keep putting 'em in there. Might have to hack their site to do it but it's worth it. More BLC '21s...more. Hundreds...thousands. Give them to children for Easter! Donate them to libraries! Give them to coworkers you don't really know on their birthday. Or just get a dozen Ogryns like I did.
  2. I just finished my Lord Kroak conversion. It took about 2 minutes but it was worth it. Gaze upon his majesty!
  3. But Johan has a model! He's right here! And here he is defeating the foul xenos Tyranids! I will say that he needs some rules for sure! Would love a Johann Warscroll! I should see about making him with the Anvil of Apotheosis.
  4. It's been a while since I posted here what with work and the pandemic and all. However I wanted to share something I painted for a friend. This is his mega-gargant (and Johann; gotta have Johann).
  5. I'm looking forward to these and the new Tome of Champions. I'll only need the Chaos and Order books so I don't mind them splitting them up. I play Warcry mainly for the narrative quests so anything that adds new quests and monsters to diversify my games is a plus for me. Once this whole pandemic has run its course (and the gods only know how long my fellow Americans will choose to drag this out) I'd love to start up my school's gaming club again. These books will be perfect for some after school Warcry gaming! One of the best features of AoS for me has always been the massive number of battleplans with over 100 of them by the end of the first year. I'm glad to see Warcry following that pattern. There have to be dozens of quest for every warband at this point and the more the better!
  6. That's what Victoria Lamb's store is for! https://victoriaminiatures.com/collections/female-squads-and-bits 😁
  7. I'ma have to go with any Freeguild guardswoman. Especially in a setting like Age of Sigmar, I find that there's nothing sexier than a woman who won't immediately... ...kill / enslave / enslave then kill / kill then enslave / eat / stab / shoot / slice / skin / decapitate / skin then decapitate then skin my decapitated head / mind flense / kill with sensory overload / feed to an eel / feed to a dinosaur / feed to a dragon / feed to a squig / hammer smash / throw lightning at / vomit acid on / blood boil... ...me
  8. Is he a master of karate and friendship for everyone?
  9. We all know there is only one Sigmar model! Kneel before God! Rules: "At the start of your hero phase, this model will automatically climb Mount Kilimanjaro."
  10. Unfortunately for little Alan there, he's only got a 6+ save and a bow and arrows; my Gor herd is 60 strong. I'd give the Gors no more than 3 full turns before they finally take him out. No doubt he'll finish off 20, maybe 25 of them (most of them if they don't have the shield) but my money's on the Gors.
  11. I know I've been mostly painting Beasts of Chaos on here but I found the time to finish up all the large dinos in my Seraphon army. Welcome to Jurassic Park! They're moving in herds... They do move in herds! I'm actually nearing the end of my Seraphon army. I only have 30-some Saurus Warriors and 5 Saurus Knights to go until they are complete! Its a similar situation with my Beasts (only 10 ungors and 30 gors to go)!
  12. So I'm about a week late with my August submission but here they are! Hypno-kitty Noel and her 20 Ungor Raiders! One of the Ungors, Basketball American is his name, didn't make it... 'sad goat noises'
  13. Not sure if you can find this where you live but I've used Testor's Dullcote Varnish for years. Works great in a variety of weather conditions, protects paint well, and has never frosted on me. https://tangibleday.com/recommended-varnishes-for-miniatures-best-practice-and-use/
  14. Narrative gaming in Warhammer seems to have followed a V-shaped path throughout its history. In the early years of Warhammer the game was very Narrative focused. Early 40k and Fantasy resembled traditional RPG's complete with a GM. The games weren't streamlined at all but attempted to be a much more in depth representation of a small skirmish. As the years went by the games became more streamlined with an emphasis on playing larger games. Much of the highly nuanced gameplay was stripped away in favor of larger armies, objective based gameplay, and tournament style games. This was the low point of Narrative gaming. Running a Narrative event meant writing a paragraph of "fluff" to go with your tournament. (By the way, there's a reason the word "fluff" is used. "Fluff" is light, soft, and worthless; it doesn't matter and can be safely ignored.) Then AoS launched, GW chopped off its entire competitive Fantasy community in one go, and everyone lost their minds. When the smoke of the burning armies cleared there was left a small group of players; a group that enjoyed the free-form, creative style of game play GW was pushing with AoS. These people were a minority of the old player base to be sure but they thrived within the sandbox that was AoS 1.0. Seriously check out a Tabletop Gamer's Diary. He played through each Battleplan in the Realmgate Wars to recreate the narrative of the first year of AoS. Its incredible and one of my favorite things ever from AoS 1.0! A Tabletop Gamer's Diary: https://ttgamingdiary.wordpress.com/category/miniatures/age-of-sigmar/the-realmgate-wars/ These crazy men and women started running small Narrative gaming sessions with their friends at local stores. They created comp systems to run tournaments again and began draw back some of the disaffected masses whose rage was even now cooling like the scorched core of Mallus. After the release of the first General's Handbook and GW solidifying the idea of Open, Narrative, and Matched game styles, AoS in all its forms exploded in popularity! To get an idea of how much people enjoy Narrative gaming, take a look at the overwhelmingly positive response to the Anvil of Apotheosis. Creating a little personalized hero to play in your games is highly Narrative. Fears that the customized heroes would be overpowered in Matched Play seem unfounded. If anything the custom heroes are mostly worse than their points equivalent counterparts in the battletomes. I'm fairly confident that was intentional on GW's part by the way. This is all to say that I think Narrative gaming is healthier now than its ever been. For all the reasons stated by others above, Narrative gaming is probably not the most popular style of gaming; it likely never will be because of the effort, time, and creativity required to run a truly in-depth Narrative experience. Its just harder to do than playing a quick Matched Play game. That doesn't mean Narrative is unhealthy or dying by any means. Check out this stuff if you're looking for some Narrative ideas or groups. NEON: https://wearetheneon.com/ Animosity II: https://animositycampaigns.com/ Vince and Tom talk Narrative gaming:
  15. So I haven't finished with (any of) the Ungors yet but I have completed the kitty. She is named after my friend's cat, Noel. So here is Evil Warhammer Noel. She's currently hanging out at my house raising an army of evil chickens... ...to overthrow my dog Chubbs.
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