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  1. Gaz Taylor

    AoS 2 - Legion Of Azgorh Discussion

    Here is the new thread for discussing Legion Of Azgorh. With the imminent release of AoS 2 (and a lot of the info already being out there), now is the time for us to start afresh on TGA. Moving forward, this will be the main thread to chat about and discuss Legion Of Azgorh in the new edition. I still wholly encourage people to keep their own threads/army blogs within this sub forum and I also think those are a great place to share some photos as I know not everyone frequents the Painting & Modelling section. But this thread is purely for discussion around the faction, things such as (but not limited to) tactics and list building etc. You all know the drill, we've been doing it on this forum since inception! For newer players, I would say the older thread could still be worth perusal and whilst it is now locked for further replies, you can find it here - http://www.tga.community/forums/topic/1983-legion-of-azgorh-mega-thread/ Really excited to see what we can come up with as a community and I look forward to reading all your ideas and thoughts.
  2. mattbarker

    Rules / Information Clarification

    Morning everyone - long time reader / lurker. I've read an article that's been driving me slowly mad for a while so I thought I'd reach out for some help. I read this. https://www.warhammer-community.com/2016/11/19/legion-of-azgorh-by-ben-curry/ TL;DR; version is - Great article full of info and experience and recommendations. However there is one part that is throwing me that I still haven't worked out... Unless I'm missing a serious trick, I have no idea quite how this many mortal wounds can come out of a unit of Fireglaves and a daemonsmith(s) regardless of their size or numbers If anyone has any ideas or if this is something that has changed since the last rules update although I have checked all the rules I can find for them or if this is a typo or a misunderstanding or whatever. Mostly I just want to make sure I'm not missing out on being able to nuke a unit that thinks they're charging something squishy!! Please help me as not knowing the answer is killing me and this place seems like the right place to ask :D Thanks! Matt
  3. Starting my DZ army. Praying for Hashut's blessing. Sacrifice a slave for me.
  4. HypnoKraken

    "Finished" Infernal Guard Command

    Finished my first ever miniatures for my future LOA/CD army, C&C Appreciated :)
  5. Just thought I'd post up some pics of my chaos dwarf army. I painted it for a very good friend of mine, and when he gave up warhammer fantasy it made its way back into my posession. I've decided that i'd rather keep adding to it as time goes on. I've affectionately called it 'the family army' hell cannons are complete f**k**s to put together!!! Rocket Launchers Daemonsmiths Infernal Fireglaives and command
  6. I've have been in this hobby for a while now (I remember trying to paint a five man box of tea-tray handed Space Marines at an age when painting inside the lines was still a challenge), and have always been undisciplined in both completion and painting ability. Therefore this plog, (i'm old enough that 'plog' will always make me think of a freaky puppet spitting on the lens of a camera, if you don't understand what I'm talking about count yourself lucky), is an attempt a both maintaining a half decent painting pace and to act as an incentive to improve my painting. I've never completed an 'army,' I put 'army' in inverted comma's because i've also never played any of GW's games, the closest i've come is recreating the classic arena of death with 40K characters with a friend of mine in Bugman's over a pint while I was still a student about 15 years ago (if your interested the C'Tan Nightbringer won hands down every time). So for me at the moment an 'army' is purely a collection of models that I think look cool and have been painted in a cohesive style. I hadn't painted for a while, and when I say while I means years, although I have kept up with GW's goings on and the fluff of both 40K and WFB. I moved to london at the time AoS launched, and at the time also discovered the Heelanhammer podcast. The move to London, the launch of AoS, the boundless enthusiasm of Dan and Wayne, and a sudden plethora of free time, sparked the dormant collecting gene which is woven into the DNA of any model enthusiast. So I decided to pick up a paint brush and reacquaint myself with GW's ever growing range of paints and hobby products, I also picked up the AoS starter set to have a stab a painting myself some Stormcast. My job is not particularly creative, involving a large number of spreadsheets and emails, so when I began painting this chap I remembered just how much I enjoy the creative part of the hobby, and while this model won't win me any awards I was happy with the results. But like any hobbiest the lure of new and shiner plastics is an ever present call, and I found myself abandoning the Stormcast for my one true love, those evil little 'B*****ds who used to have massive hats and a penchant for big angry cows, Chaos Dwarfs. In one madness induced evening, deprived of sleep, and spaced out watching too many episodes of Voltron I ordered pretty much 1 of every Chaos Dwarf model from Forgeworld. So after what I assuming most people have decided is far to lengthy an intro what follows is the first thousand points of painted CD's, I also have to make a decision, do I continue and finishing painting the CD models I have left (about another 1000pts), a 1000pts of Skaven, or Beastmen. I've decided a 1000pts at a time is enough to not scare me off and keep me enthusiastic about each project while I'm doing it. So please feel free to comment, give me ideas, feedback. The point of all of this, lost amidst the ramblings, is to keep me motivated and to slowly improve my painting skill. I've added the units in order that i've painting this first batch. I actually went back and repainted the command unit and the unit of fireglaives after painting the Irondaemon because they didn't quite fit with style that seemed to organically develop as i painted, there was also a 4-5 month gap between starting the Irondaemon and finishing it as I lost the will to live painting the spurs on the wheels. Strangely i didn't actually like the Bull Centaur or K'daai models when I bought them and only fell in love with them when I started painting them. I'm still not entirely sure about the K'daai's paint job, but I was happy enough with it to call it a day. I think the daemonsmith may have been my fav model to paint. Anyway thanks if you've made it this far, as i said please feel free to feed back, give advice, comment...and I promise the next post won't contain quite so many words. Ta, Ev
  7. Welcome to my Legion of Azgorh blog. I have chosen Legion of Azgorh for my next army project mainly because I like the models but I would also like to try to make it competitive so I can take the army to tournaments and win some games. In this blog I will post VIP of my painting, battle reports and some random thoughts on Legion of Azgorh strategy and tactics. This will be a slow blog, I might play my first battle with painted models next autumn. But if you like Legion of Azgorh click follow and bear with me. I like to start with building a list and then build the army. Then I play it and that probably leads me to change the list and build and new army and then I repeat. So here in my first post I will try to explain my thoughts around the list I am currently building. Please leave some comments that you think of it, but keep in mind that my goal is not to win at all cost. I am trying to make a competitive list that feels and plays like a Legion of Azgorh army and can win some games, so comments like keep the war machines and switch the core for Blood Bound or Skaven and add Kairos will not help me. Here is my break down of the Legion of Azgorh: On the plus side · They have great Forgeworld models. · They have good survivable war machines that are competitive prices compared to similar war machines, the Magma Cannon compared to the Warp Lightning Cannon and the Dreadquake Mortar compared to the Plagueclaw Catapult. · Their battle line units are strong compared to similarly priced battle line units, for example I think Infernal Guard Ironsworn > Duardin Warriors and Infernal Guard Fireglaves > Freeguild Handgunners etc. On the minus side · They have expensive Forgeworld models. · They have almost no synergy and the ones they got are weak. · To unlock their battle line units you have to play a pure Legion of Azgorh army. · Most of the army is slow and you don’t have much to mitigate this, like for example Fyreslayer magmic tunneling. This leads me to want to build and army: · that have at least 3 war machines. · that tries to make use of the Legion of Azgorh battle line units. · that tries to include some fast Legion of Azgorh units. I think the best war machine in the army is the Magma Cannon by far. I also like the Dreadquake Mortar model so I would like to include it. Even if the Dreadquake isn’t as good as the Magma Cannon I think the price is ok compared to a Plagueclaw and I think the threat of landing 4D6 wounds on the opponent’s death star unit might be very useful in game even if it never happens. My hope is that it will disrupt his plans and make him put too much effort in trying to destroy the Dreadquake hiding in my backfield. Regarding the Legion of Azgorh battle line I think the more the better but mainly because it is the most boring part to paint and I would like to try some different stuff and play a bit more aggressive I will start with 20 Ironsworns and 30 Fireglaves (probably in two units, 20 and 10). Next part is to try to make the army a bit faster. I am not a fan of neither the Bull Centaur models nor their rules so I will focus on other options. I kind of like the K’adaai Fireborns on paper (and I love their models), they are very situational but they can fly and they only cost 100pt. I think they have good value in this army to try to threaten objectives in the opponent’s deployment zone and get rid of shaft units. I don’t really think the Iron Daemon is worth 200pt but for me it composes the essence of a Legion of Azgorh army so I really would like to try to make it work in the army. I will try it and I am thinking of using it aggressively since it can be fast and it does have 11 wounds and 4+ save. The last part is Drazhoath. I can’t really justify that he costs 380pt! but his speed and that he is a semi-survivable hero might fill some gaps in a Legion of Azgorh army when it comes to the General’s handbook matched play missions. He can fly and try to grab some late game objectives and he is useful in three places of power. I will start with using him and maybe later switching him for more troops if it doesn’t work out. So here is the army list planning to build: 1 Drazhoath the Ashen 380 1 Infernal Guard Castellan 120 1 Daemonsmith 100 1 Daemonsmith 100 20 Infernal Guard Ironsworn 200 20 Infernal Guard Fireglaives 200 10 Infernal Guard Fireglaives 100 3 K'Daai Fireborn 100 1 Dreadquake Mortar 200 1 Magma Cannon 140 1 Magma Cannon 140 1 Iron Daemon 200 61 1980 And later if I skip Drazhoath it will probably look like this: 1 Infernal Guard Castellan 120 1 Bull Centaur Taur'uk 180 1 Daemonsmith 100 1 Daemonsmith 100 20 Infernal Guard Ironsworn 200 20 Infernal Guard Fireglaives 200 20 Infernal Guard Fireglaives 200 3 K'Daai Fireborn 100 1 Dreadquake Mortar 200 1 Magma Cannon 140 1 Magma Cannon 140 1 Deathshrieker 120 1 Iron Daemon 200 72 2000 So what do you think of my lists? In my next post I will post some VIP pictures for my Infernal Guard Ironsworn so you can see the color scheme I am planning to use and tell me what you think of it.
  8. Quick mockup for my Chaos dwarf steam golem bull centaur conversion. Going to be covering up all of the sensors, replacing most of the hammer to match the rest of the chaos dwarf's weapons, replacing the wire with steam pipe-style tubing and adding the smokestacks from the forgefiend. Also going to be modifying the armor of the domitar to match that of the forgefiend, as well as adding horns/a new head or some fire in between the joints to emphasize it's a kadaii. Any thoughts on modelling and/or what to count it as rules wise? I was thinking a slaughterbrute/soul grinder could work well for it rules wise, or a skullcracker. Custom rules could be cool but I'd rather not deal with any arguments. Modelling-wise my main concern is how to do the centaur body, since the forgefiend body is more insect-like and its tail isn't very animal-like. I'm also looking for possible helmet replacements, but it's tough due to the size. I'll post some actual pictures when I start on it of course!
  9. As we already know, Forge World units are not included in the upcoming General's Handbook. With the global campaign coming (assuming forge world does not release points at the same time as the handbook) I'd like to make a quick stop-gap to play with those units in matched play to try it out. I put together a sheet with Legion of Asgorh for myself, and any thoughts on it, or ideas for other forge world unit types are welcome! All point values are adapted from SCGT x20, as it's extremely close to GW's points.
  10. Hey Am in the early days of planning a Legion of Azgorh army and I’m still in the fluff/list building stage. The theme is going to be, appropriately, bulls, bulls and more bulls. So apart from the centaurs, I’m thinking of ‘enslaving’ a beastmen herd, minotaurs, doombull, cygor, ghorgon, etc. Anyone have any other ideas. I’m also looking for a model which I could use to represent (with some modifications) a demon prince of Hashut, bull-headed for preference. Cheers, Ev
  11. Ben

    Drazhoath the Ashen

    Drazhoath the Ashen on Bale Taurus, Legion of Azgorh
  12. Ben

    Bull Centaur Renders

    Bull Centaur Renders and Taur'uk, Legion of Azgorh
  13. Ben

    Drazhoath the Ashen

    Drazhoath the Ashen on Bale Taurus, Legion of Azgorh
  14. Ben

    Drazhoath The Ashen

    Drazhoath the Ashen on Bale Taurus, Legion of Azgorh
  15. Guest

    Infernal Guard Fireglaves

    Infernal Guard Fireglaves from Forge world by Ben Curry
  16. Ben

    Deamonsmith

    Daemonsmith by Ben Curry
  17. Ben

    Infernal Ironsworn Fireglaves

    Infernal Guard Ironsworn Fireglaves from Forge World by Ben Curry
  18. Ben

    Deamonsmith

    Deamonsmith from Frogeworld, painted by Ben Curry
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