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  1. I painted the Starter Set and want to upgrade my Lord Celestant on a Dracoth (Vandus) with a Shield and my 2 Liberator-Primes with 2 handed weapons. My plan is to buy a set of Prosecutors and a box of Dracothian Guard. I am going to build a set of Prosecutors with Javelins and 2 Dracothians without a Celestant. Then i should be able to use the Grandhammer and the Grandblade from the Prosecutors for the Liberator-Primes and the spare Shield from the Dracothians for Vandus. Has anyone done the same or sees where this plan is flawed? Does the Grandblade/hammer from the Prosecutor fit to a Liberator-Prime? Can Vandus use the shield properly? Has someone a different approach apart buying new Liberators?
  2. Hi Everyone, I just wanted to include a few pictures of my Stormcast Stormhost. I really wanted to make these guys look like they have been through a number of battles and that they do not want to die, even though they can be reforged by Sigmar as that would mean that they would lose more of their memories in the process. I thought the Pre-Heresy Death Guard (Dusk Raiders) colours would work for this Stormhost. The Dusk Raiders were known to be experts at survival, endurance, and stubborn defence. Painting the battle damage on the models, I thought, would really get that theme across on the table top. This Stormhost is known to be experts at survival, endurance and stubborn defence. The bases aren't done yet. Here are some Retributors that I just finished.
  3. I run an elite Archaon/Bloodbound/Skyre based elite force and Storm Cast and their auto-hitting mortal wounds just scare the bejesus out of me. Any counters? I'm preparing for the global campaign and there are tons of competitive Stormcast players here. Were doing modified SCGT pools with legacy scrolls/formations allowed and no bonus summoning pools. Doing the mathhammer and pool for pool wise most of my elite stuff don't seem to match up to the Stormcast stuff(maybe even undercosted?)
  4. Hi All, Here is the next part of the Knights of Azyr's story all based on the game I played against Kev a few weeks ago on the awesome new board at Warhammer World. Deep into Ghyran mighty Sigmar sent the Knights of Azyr with the task of bringing the Fyerslayers of the Beal-For Lodge onto the side of Order. Sigmar looked down as the mighty vaults of Sigmarion were emptied of every last scrap of gold as Sigmar know that the Fyerslayers would be absorbed by their addiction to it. The Auric Runemaster Kalforge sensed the presence of the Ur-gold and contained within his lost ancestor god, from many leagues away well before the Hammerstrike’s knew they were close to their quarry, at the same time Auric Runesmiter Belforge was stirring the spirit of Grimnir resting within the lodge's warrior. With glowing Ur-gold and flexing muscles the Lodge emptied the spirit of the long lost ancestor god Grimnir burning within each of them as with white knuckles the gripped the fyersteel of their axes. The Drakesworn Temple Annihulus was the first to take the field, not only on the wings of Great Stardrakes but also and for the first time in this already long war, on the backs of lightning wreathed Dracoths. Hard did the warriors of the the Extremis Chamber hit with both Storm Breath and Lightning Hammer. Many Beal-For warriors shrugged of wounds that would kill most of the inhabitants of the realm but these Fyerslayers fought on, there Ur-gold runes glowing brighter and brighter with every new wave of attacks. The mighty Drake Clasicx was lost in a blur of Fyersteel axes, his mighty body exploding into a thousand celestial bolds and returning to the Great Drake himself. The Helmgart Lliberators found the very ground that were holding to be fraught with fire, every footfall braking the thin surface and sending plumes of lava flowing all over them. Even the iron hard Sigmarite armour they all were wearing wasn't enough to protect them and many of their number were consumed by fire and flame. It was only the immovable fire of the Judicators that could slow the rune drenched Fyerslayers, it was at this point that the calming words, that somehow as if aided by Sigmar himself spread through the Fyerslayer ranks like a calming zeffer, of Lord-Castelant Roth Lightborne hit home and the fighting ceased. An uneasy truce was made that day, built on a mutual respect and a large quantity of gold.
  5. Hi everyone, I am going to be attending the Capital City Bloodbath in Ottawa, Ontario this August, and I am trying to get some feedback on a list I am planning to play. They are doing the same battleplans that SCGT did. I currently have 3 pools that I am not using right now. I am trying to stay away from Seraphon at the moment as well as anything legacy. Lord-Celestant on Dracoth, tempestos hammer & shield 2 Loremasters Celestant-Prime Archmage (comfortable losing this one) 2x Retributors 2x prosecutors Hammerstrike Brotherhood 2x Judicators with bows 2x Liberators with hammer & shield Carmine Dragon 2x Flagellants 2x Tempestors 2x Gryphound 2x Gyrocopter Any suggestions or feedback would be greatly appreciated!
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  7. The second and final AoS game of the weekend (we moved on to X-Wing after that) continued the story from the Pre-Emptive Strike scenario The newly-arrived Bloodthirster relived Morghur of command (considering he'd made such a mess of stopping the invasion) and gathered all the chaos beasts together to stop the Stormcasts from breaking out of their foothold. There were a lot more Stormcast to content with than the first scenario, and a Celestant-Prime waiting in the heavens (actually that tower) to lend reinforcement. Fortunately, now there was one greater daemon on the table, Morghur had his eyes on summoning another... The scenario was Breakthrough, and the full report is here: http://woffboot.blogspot.co.uk/2016/05/woffboot-x-stormcast-vs-chaos-alliance.html
  8. So we're getting to crunch time. I got a pair of practice games in at my club last Thursday, Stormcast vs Stormcast. My takeaways from this was that positioning is super important and mortal wounds are the primary way to take down Stormcast. Having no real way to negate that, I suppose killing their mortal wound units is the only option. Best defense is a good offense and so on and so on. Lost game one when I didn't kill my opponent's Celestant with his whippy cloak, won game two when I used my whippy cloak and Relictor to kill his Celestant before he got to combat. I also used my prosecutors to tie down His Knight Azyros to avoid the mortal wound bomb.Hopefully I can remember this on Saturday. As for progress, I had a marathon session Friday and got the base armor color on all the remaining models, finished my first five Liberators and got basing material on the last five judicators. I followed that up by doing five more liberators today. Here's the finished models. So here's the total of what I've got left to paint before Saturday, minus the Liberators. Today's Goal: I feel I've hit a stride with these. Now that the colors are chosen and the methods of achieving them are understood, progress is moving forward at an excellent clip. I could see having my entire collection done in two weeks. Granted, All I have left after these is a Celestant on Dracoth, a Heraldor, three Retributors and three Prosecutors. I will attempt to take pictures of my games to do a full battle report. Stay tuned for more.
  9. After spending most of my hobby time on Warseer and seeing the grand alliance as a far more positive environment to grow as a hobbiest I have decided to move my blog here. I have quite a large army painted already and I intend on posting my updates and pictures of my battles here as my forces grow. I am really proud of my army as it has grown over the past nine months. I intend on getting more Stormcast eternals, a Sylvaneth army, and perhaps some other factions depending on how I feel about future releases. I began this army as a Warrior Chamber of the Astral Templars stormhost but recently I have been contemplating making up my own stormhost with its own unique characteristics and history. Here are a bunch of pictures from my old posts on the Tale of Painters over on Warseer
  10. A few weeks ago, I sent my Beasts army to fight against a freshly-undercoated Stormcast force. We started off with the Pre-Emptive Strike scenario - a Lord-Relictor leading a vanguard of Prosecutors to secure a Realmgate and bring the rest of the legion through. Before they can get far, the Beasts get their scent and battle is joined! To add a bit more spice we decided that, if the Lord-Relictor's summoning roll ever failed on a '1', it would accidentally bring through a Greater Daemon (picked at random, swapping sides at random - and able to summon more daemons!). Full report here: http://woffboot.blogspot.co.uk/2016/05/woffboot-x-stormcast-vs-chaos-beasts.html
  11. Hi everyone, Since the release of the Stormcast Eternal back in July last year I have been painting away a few models a week (you will have seen most of them I'm sure) and it's amazing how quickly the Army has grown. Lord-Celastant Matthias Hammerstrike leads his Warrior Chamber into the Mortal Realms, his loyal Comand Chamber following with him. Hope you like them.
  12. So not a lot of time to type this week. I've been slowly adding elements to rank and file, but then halfway through today I found myself unable to put down the Lord Castellant. He and his Gryph-hound are up to tabletop standard. I also bought myself a Winsor and Newton Series 7 #1 brush. God, what a difference. I started using that and a Royal Langnickel at the same time and the Langnickel is just about shot. The winsor looks new. To be fair, I am treating it with utmost care. Alright, I'll go more in depth next week, but here are some shiny new pictures of the 5 models that are ready to rock out of the 33 I'm looking to get finished by June 18th. I have my work cut out for me, but I'm pleased with all the elements of the color scheme. I think I've even gotten an Idea of how I'll finish the prosecutor wings, so look for those next week.
  13. Update time! Today is a double whammy. Intro post as well as some actual content! So here are my Stormcast Eternals. they aren't much but they are mine. I painted them in a very typical paint scheme, never having used metallic gold before I thought it would be a good opportunity to mess around with some new colours. I learned a lot from working on these models. It gave me a chance to practice edge highlighting in a way that was pretty forgiving. I also got to expand my colour selection and work on building bright colours up from dark ones. I still have to finish their basing (shade and dry brush), the prosecutors still need some gold highlights and Ionous needs about an hour or two of work, but they are done enough to post. I have two more figures at the moment base coated that I will get to eventually, I also have the Bloodborn side of the starter box to work on, and my special new project... - Goodapollo4
  14. Hi there i'm new the this forum, i'v seen the Stormcast Stardrake on the table and tbh i wasn't that impressed. I was expecting a killing machine like Archaon or the new maw-krusha but it didn't seem to do much. But hey i'd like to hear from you guys and your experiences using/against this model, the model does looks amazing
  15. Hi everyone, Having beavered away on this all day I though I'd share some pics of the magnetising of my Dracothian Guard- it came out quite well which was nice as this could be quite useful. I used 2x1mm magnets bought from Element Games, a pin vice with a 2mm bit, superglue, and a scalpel to get these done. Step 1: Assemble the arms as normal but do not glue them to the torso Step 2: Drill a hole in both the torso and connecting surface of the arm- test the depth using the magnets to make sure they'll be as flush as possible once connected. The surface isn't entirely flat annoyingly but you can get a pretty snug fit. Drill slowly and try as get as close to the centre of both surfaces as possible. Step 3: Spot of superglue on the torso hole and then stick the magnet in the hole using the flat of the scalpel. Use the blade to place it in the hole then just slide the blade away. Step 4: CHECK THE POLARITY and repeat to stick the magnet to the arm so that it will adhere to the torso. Step 5: Give it five minutes and you're done! Make sure you put the magnets in with the same polarity for every model and you can then switch arms between any and all! The fit's not quite perfect but it's pretty good and won't even be noticeable once painted. Went for hammers, crossbows, and axes all from one box so it's definitely a good way to save cash. The magnets are tiny but easily strong enough to hold an arm steady. Hopefully this is useful to someone out there! Also, sorry about the size of the photos but couldn't figure out how to shrink them having uploaded....
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