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  1. OK, this may have been asked, but here goes: If I have 2 units of hellstriders each of which has a rapturous standard within 6" of each other, do they each get -1 to hit? Also, if I have the Lord on boobsnake within 6" of both of those, does he now get -3 to hit from an enemy that's within 3 inches of him?
  2. After a failed attempt to seriously get into AoS a while ago which was totally overrun by the release of 40k 8th edition, I'm back into the AoS train! And this time I've actually bought an army as a proof I'm here to stay : I'm going to do an army either usable as Hosts of Slaanesh or as Daughters of Khaine, thanks to the similarities between the models and a liberal use of greenstuff and magnets! The fluff idea behind them is a bit twisted, they'll basically be the remains of a dark elf Cult of Slaanesh from the old world that supposedly turned to Khaine when Malekith rose, but still the cult remained beneath the surface and, when the End of Times came and Morathi revealed her true allegiance again, they returned to the Dark Prince in search of power. However, in the Mortal Realms, with Slaanesh gone, and the cult of Khaine divided, they turned to a new master, Malal, the Renegade god, who promised them the power they had lost. Because of this they're the Divided Host, followers of three powers but not entirely of none, which fits perfectly the Invaders trait of the Hosts of Slaanesh. I've already posted my lists in both the Let's Chat threads of the Daughters of Khaine and Hosts of Slaanesh, but also wanted to have a thread to post the AoS version of the models (you can check my thread at the Bolter and Chainsword for 40k-related things, daemons are usable in both systems after all), and that's why I'm posting here. I've already finished a Cauldron of Blood/ Chariot of Slaanesh. The chariot version can either be used as a Herald on Exalted Seeker Chariot: Or as a non-Exalted Chariot by removing the seekers and extra armour on the sides, which are magnetised: And then there's the Cauldron of Blood version, which exchanges the lash for a chalice and adds... well, a cauldron of blood, as you could expect: It's all done based on the Cauldron of Blood box, which is a truly amazing kit and I couldn't recommend it more. I've basically turned the staircase outwards, the rack that should hold the frontal wheels upwards with two steeds of slaanesh chained to them and the armour plates that normally are beneath the stairs I've put on the sides with another two steeds, this ones with daemonettes riding them. The steeds are all done with a press mold of the classic Juan Diaz sculpts and retconned a bit with greenstuff to differentiate them and fix the many errors that a press mold leaves. As for the witches/ daemonettes and the hag/ herald, I've carved off the nose and the "tiara" they have so that their faces are like the old daemonettes, converted the boots into clawed feet and changed a knife to be held sideways, mimicking the shape that a daemonette claw would have. Also the Herald has a magnetised arm that can either be used with a Flensing Whip or a Witchbrew, and maybe I'll make a Deathsword option later on if I need to. What I'm debating right now is about how to paint them, though I more or less have a scheme thought: I still need to try a more human-like skin tone, though I like the one I did here a lot, so will probably end up with it anyways. My main doubt right now is with the hair, should I paint it white, black, black with white points? Any opinion would be appreciated! Other things I'm contemplating are the colour of the eyes, I'm tore between glowing green and pure black; and will try different tattoo patterns later on to see how they look. Also take into consideration that the one on the left is mostly finished, but the right one isn't. Anyways, hope you like it and comments and constructive criticism are always welcome, hope to update with more models soon!
  3. Hey folks, So I've recently been struck by an interesting idea for some slaanesh conversions. I've been thinking about how I might be able to make some cool mermaid/siren/nautical themed slaaneshi models. So I'm considering either using greenstuff or waiting for the DoK gorgon models and making some mermaids to function either as hellstriders or as fiends of slaanesh (alternatively spear gorgons could be used for helstriders due to spears & can use daemonette models & sculpt fish tails for the fiends.) However I'd also like to try and come up with other ideas for demonette and slaanesh models in general to keep the fun nautical theme. Can easily add fish tails and possibly gills onto my seeker mounts but no idea whether there's anything I can do for regular demonettes? (Besides possibly adding the fish bits onto their existing tails like with seekers) I'm also open to using some 3rd party mini's like reaper for cool characters or monsters e.g. demon princes. Or parts for building some. The main thing is wanting to go for rule of cool so I'm totally open to conversions for units that aren't considered too good as I'd love to have characterful models regardless
  4. Hey folks! So generally my chaos armies have been slaves to darkness with some Tzeentch mortals thrown in. Though recently I've been wanting to steer a bit more toward the archaon follower side and be able to really have some fun with mixing and matching things. I also quite like the thunderscorn dragon ogres so being able to include them in some lists would be great I like to change my lists around each time I play them for some fun but generally my main core will be Slaves to Darkness. My current ones are painted blue and silver though I do worry that will be seen a bit too tzeentch and as such may not fit too well for the undivided theme. As such I may repaint them to black using the really nice dark reaper over the top of that for highlights (and possibly thunderhawk blue for some bright edging details) Regardless I'd love to know good units from other gods I can chuck in and work well as I'd love to have lists featuring 2 or more god units within it. Usually I find my StD do really well defensively and units like Tzaangors I love for bringing a bit of punch with their flurry of attacks. I'm thinking demonettes could be great for getting some rend around and I've heard blightkings are a good nurgle unit that can fit into lists super easy. Khorne wise I've got the stuff from the AoS starters set so figured the khorgorath might prove nice to throw in for a mini monster or some blood reavers as a nice cheap objective holding unit (though they work so much better with a totem hero). I also have some good tzeentch casters such as the ogroid, curseling and gaunt summoner. So basically I'd love to know what sort of units folks think can work well either with StD synergies or without needing too many points sunk into synergies and the like. I have a warshrine which I can easily set to a mark or use as undivided to give abilities to everyone and I've also got sayl to teleport some knights or warriors around. I prefer mortals but I'm fine with adding some demons in (though not too big a fan of bloodletters or horrors really) Also I'd likely be looking at using the grand alliance allegiance with this (though the nice thing with primarily StD is being able to do any god allegiance for any games)
  5. If I take the slaanesh invaders allegiance and use three Keeper of Secrets, can I use their command abilities once each?
  6. Hey TGA, Can anyone steer me in the direction where to find the pitched battle profile for the Exalted Greater Daemon of Slaanesh/ keeper of secrets from forgeworld? Azyr app seems to only think you can have 1 in an army and I would like to know where it’s getting this info from! Also how do command traits work when your general is a behemoth? I seem to recall the generals can take command traits if they are behemoths but not artefacts? Cheers,
  7. I'm working on painting up my Slaves to Darkness army in Slaanesh colors because.... PINK! Anyways I have a lot of foot troops in the form of Chaos Warriors and Chaos Marauders basically 50 of each but here's my issue I have 25 of the "new" Warriors, you know the normal guys now that are pretty static in their stance and 25 of the really ancient Warriors from like 2nd edition and my OCD forbids me from making them one unit. So what are good sizes for their units? 10, 20, 50? I will be keeping them as separate units so the older dudes I can bring up to 25 but do they work better in 10s or 20s? The same with the Marauders, but they all the new guys what are the best unit sizes? This will help me in the painting of the units, you know being visually different from unit to unit but uniform as an army as a whole. They all have hand weapons and shields. Thanks in advance, Rayvn
  8. Hi all I'm a slow painter but these days I found a club where I can paint at least once a week and I finally made a few progress on various mini waiting for a long time. First, my Blood Warriors from the Storm of Sigmar box. As an eternal Slaanesh follower, I converted them a bit to become Slaaneshi enslavers :
  9. While I was going through and updating links in my main thread I thought I'd put up some slaanesh Slaves to darkness stuff I did for a throne of skulls. I wanted these to look gritty but also to glow at the same time, as if their armour always stays untarnished, if not battle scarred. Marauder Horsemen converted with Hellstriders. Very subtle, but you need to cut the sides of the horse away to get the rider to sit properly - but the effect is really worthwhile. Chariots pulled by seekers - they just play nice. only thing you have to do is build up the difference in the height under the seekers' feet so as to be able to touch the base, that way you don't have to chop the chariot yokes. Marauder flails provided the wheel ornaments. I always like the idea of seekers being almost iridescent and glittery as if they had fish scale like metallic hints and highlights, so I tried to capture that as well. Chariot 1 chariot 2
  10. Honestly I'd be tempted to bet actual money on Devotee of Torment (one of the new Slaanesh command traits) being majorly nerfed in the next FAQ/errata. Not so much "it's completely overpowered", more "all the best ways to use it feel abusive, and will probably confuse/anger your opponent". Wondering if that's just me…
  11. So my googlefu has failed me. Looking into a new potential project and was wondering how Sigvald compares in size to the newer Kairic Acolytes.
  12. Does the Exalted Seeker Chariot kit contain enough bits to make a Seeker Chariot and a Hellflayer, or is it either/or? If I'm missing one or two crucial bits, how easy do you think it would be to convert around them? Does anyone have the instructions for the Seeker Chariot and/or Hellflayer? I'm actually planning to convert a Herald on Seeker Chariot, and I have various spare Daemonette / Seeker bits. Thanks.
  13. With the next 40k edition coming out I took a fresh look at the game and what models I have collected over the years. I had quite a few chaos models and decided to out together a chaos force. After reading the rules and seeking the seeker models I decided I wanted to do slaanesh to make sure when I used to army for 40k I wasn't just spoken marines. This lead me down a path of complete lunacy where I started seeing how crab claws every where would suit an ocean theme. Seekers are basically on legged seahorses, tzeench has manta rays and nurgle.. well shellnumemon is a Digimon who's basically a nurgling in a shell so why not? Now it's just building and painting the army. First we have the test seeker. This poor dude went from red to budge to brown before I settled on this. I loved how doctor Faust painted his cold ones with his varied scales and i tried it with sea horse colours. It didn't really work so I tried ignoreing them since sea horse patterns do just that... An here we are three hours layer. Polka dot seeker Next we have the nurgling. I put them in shells and sculpted around them. Theres twenty on my work bench right now. Some will be slugs, some hermit nurgling, some just faces buried in the sand. The ones pictured as line nurgling but I cut up the swarms into single nurgling. I don't like the swarms for this army and I can turn three bases into about fifteen.. so hey money saving tips.. Finally we have a space marine. But don't lunch me just yet. I wanted to do all the metal rusted. Big hulking rust bucket chaos marines as if the demon ocean world has worn their armour away. I started following a bunch of guides. I discovered the best rust was made by model mates who are now out of business and I spent a fortune on rust products. In the end I ended up with a neat recipe I discovered by accident when air brushing. I had a marine in army painters necrotic flesh and I air brushed rust ink over him. When it settled it popped and looked just how I wanted the rust to look. With that in mind I went back to the painting table. Starting with German camo black brown I then stippled on rust, light rust and orange brown over a base of Vallejo's weathering texture rust (good stuff but it's a base not a full product). Once that was done I used tank ochre to drybrush it. This paint is the key to the army looking aqautic. It looks just like a pond bottom. If you went to a fish pond kicked up the bottom then bottled it this is what you would get, hence why it's washed onto the seekers base but any way. After that I use necrotic flesh. Stippled dry brush whatever just get it on there. Finally a wash of Vallejo's rust ink (not light or dark) goes over everything. The texture and colours already on give an amazing rust effect. It's perfect for under water rusting although maybe not like old banger in the garage rust. But any metal will be rusty. The skull shows the general idea for water logged bone. It's just iraqui sand covered with a wash of tank ochre then a sepia and green wash mix. Gives a good impression of where I want to go with this. Future updates will include sexy Diaz demons. A converted claw pimp and a demon prince with a turbine backpack.
  14. With the next 40k edition coming out I took a fresh look at the game and what models I have collected over the years. I had quite a few chaos models and decided to out together a chaos force. After reading the rules and seeking the seeker models I decided I wanted to do slaanesh to make sure when I used to army for 40k I wasn't just spoken marines. This lead me down a path of complete lunacy where I started seeing how crab claws every where would suit an ocean theme. Seekers are basically on legged seahorses, tzeench has manta rays and nurgle.. well shellnumemon is a Digimon who's basically a nurgling in a shell so why not? Now it's just building and painting the army. First we have the test seeker. This poor dude went from red to budge to brown before I settled on this. I loved how doctor Faust painted his cold ones with his varied scales and i tried it with sea horse colours. It didn't really work so I tried ignoreing them since sea horse patterns do just that... An here we are three hours layer. Polka dot seeker Next we have the nurgling. I put them in shells and sculpted around them. Theres twenty on my work bench right now. Some will be slugs, some hermit nurgling, some just faces buried in the sand. The ones pictured as line nurgling but I cut up the swarms into single nurgling. I don't like the swarms for this army and I can turn three bases into about fifteen.. so hey money saving tips.. Finally we have a space marine. But don't lunch me just yet. I wanted to do all the metal rusted. Big hulking rust bucket chaos marines as if the demon ocean world has worn their armour away. I started following a bunch of guides. I discovered the best rust was made by model mates who are now out of business and I spent a fortune on rust products. In the end I ended up with a neat recipe I discovered by accident when air brushing. I had a marine in army painters necrotic flesh and I air brushed rust ink over him. When it settled it popped and looked just how I wanted the rust to look. With that in mind I went back to the painting table. Starting with German camo black brown I then stippled on rust, light rust and orange brown over a base of Vallejo's weathering texture rust (good stuff but it's a base not a full product). Once that was done I used tank ochre to drybrush it. This paint is the key to the army looking aqautic. It looks just like a pond bottom. If you went to a fish pond kicked up the bottom then bottled it this is what you would get, hence why it's washed onto the seekers base but any way. After that I use necrotic flesh. Stippled dry brush whatever just get it on there. Finally a wash of Vallejo's rust ink (not light or dark) goes over everything. The texture and colours already on give an amazing rust effect. It's perfect for under water rusting although maybe not like old banger in the garage rust. But any metal will be rusty. The skull shows the general idea for water logged bone. It's just iraqui sand covered with a wash of tank ochre then a sepia and green wash mix. Gives a good impression of where I want to go with this. Future updates will include sexy Diaz demons. A converted claw pimp and a demon prince with a turbine backpack.
  15. The Carnival of Excess Hey everyone here's the start of my first army for age of sigmar. I plan to do a highly converted army based around the theme of a carnival of chaos. Using a mix of dark eldar parts, harlequins and general deamon parts, i'll be making an army of mad jesters and creatures. Below is my first character, Onna my herald of slaanesh
  16. Our prayers have fallen on deaf ears. His dark presence, once sensuous and all-encompassing, has stopped as suddenly as a cruel mistress withholding pleasure. His handmaiden, the Alluress Lilith, favoured one (of many) of Slaanesh, has rallied us forth to seek him. She says his essence leaks throughout the River of Souls, and we must follow it, before it trickles away. We shall carve out a path of torture and excess, mayhaps this shall rouse the Dark Prince once more. I can only hope, for my soul has been damned for all eternity and my body is but a hollow shell wracked with cravings only afforded by Slaanesh. To Slaanesh I continue to pray. Hello and welcome to my painting blog, where I hope to treat you to images of sensory excess and also share some WIPs or mini-tutorials. This army has been in the works for some time now, but progress has been slow due to real life (and procrastination). However, my resolution for 2017 is to host a plog which would hopefully lead to me completing a playable army for SCGT17. So first up, an army shot of what's been finished so far! I'll use this post to add more army shots when they appear and for links to individual units. Table of Contents 1) Skrillexcious of the Cacophonic Choir 2) Soulstriders If you're looking for live updates or a peek into my mind, do follow me on Twitter: https://twitter.com/Thornshield
  17. I will be attending a 1500 pt tournament this weekend. THis will be my first wargaming tournament in 10+ years. I just wanted to see what people thought of the list I was thinking of taking. I know that I will probably lose every game because Slaanesh Daemons are overcosted and don't take advantage of the ridiculous ranged attack rules, but I like them and want Slaanesh to be represented at my FLGS. Leaders Daemon Prince Of Slaanesh (160) - Artefact: Chaos Runeblade Keeper Of Secrets (280) - General - Trait: Lord of War - Artefact: Chaos Runeblade Herald Of Slaanesh (60) Battleline 20 x Daemonettes Of Slaanesh (240) 20 x Daemonettes Of Slaanesh (240) 20 x Daemonettes Of Slaanesh (240) Units 10 x Seekers Of Slaanesh (240) Battalions Daemon Cohort of Slaneesh (40) Total: 1500/1500
  18. This was an older model that I had rebased but not painted, so I spent a few hours earlier this week getting him finished so that I could use him in some games. I still have a load of chariots that I need to do so they will have to get finished at some point soon as well. The conversion was not too complex - I took the wings from the High Elf Dragon kit and just stuck them onto the Slaughterbrute body. The whole model was spray painted silver and then the purple and green was airbrushed on and the mottling pattern was painted in. The model looks a lot better on the circular base as previously it looked a bit ridiculous perched on a 50mm square one!
  19. Hello all, welcome to my first blog post! I got a little confused between this and a project log thread, but rest assured it'll all mostly be documented here. As the title says, I've started the steady decline into the seedy Cults of Pleasure that plague many a city. Ive uploaded several images of a colour scheme that I'm very much set on. Those miniatures however are for a 3rd edition/realm of chaos project. The final image, the bare plastic chap, will be the leader of my Dark Age of Sigmar warband. His colours will be pink and blue, again, but I'm hoping to reproduce it in a less garish tone. i have 10 spearmen to paint up before I tackle the character, but his skin shall be grey, and his hair shall be blonde, like all my elves! I hope you all enjoy the 'eye-candy' even though they're of iPhone quality! cheers, Sean
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