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Hi, I'm re-basing now, and it's not as tough as I thought it would be. Sure, cutting off the old square base on the first model and on the army leaders was scary but I'm really happy with the results. It's also given me an excuse to touch up the parts of the models that I was never happy with. Here is where I'm at now in no particular order. Warriors with hand weapons A Harbinger of Decay. I call him Fustulex The Dire-Auditor Maggotwobble The Arcane and The Pus-Lord. Knights. Next on the chopping block are re-basing some Dragon Ogors and painting five Blighkings. I'll post more as I go.
Played a game on Saturday night at the FLGS. My chaos army, led by the Pus-Lord, attacked a Death force protecting a necromantic workshop. We used The Watchtower battleplan and just eye-balled the sizes of the forces. Von Kreiger and his minions. The Pus-Lord forms a battle line to capture Von Kreiger the necromancer's vile workshop. The advance is sounded. The initial clash of steel as the Pus-lord's warriors make a dash for the workshop (the watchtower for this game) before the rest of the Death forces can get into position. After a doing well in the first battleround the chaos forces come under pressure as the undead army advances. The fell vampire lord Nashoran swoops in on a flank, targeting the tunderscorn. My right flank collapses as the chaos knights join the fight on the left. With The Watchtower battleplan you roll to see if the game continues at the end of the third battleround and this is what happened. It was all over rather quickly. I didn't have time to put any units into the workshop and the presence of Nashoran and his dragon weren't fully felt. I think if there had been one more turn I may have pulled off a victory but if there had been two or more I had no chance. We called it a draw thinking that Von Kreiger was whisked from the battlefield by the vampire lord leaving his empty workshop to the Nurgle forces. It was too short a game to learn anything much. My dragon ogres are a good tar pit unit but don't put out much damage. Maybe a unit of six would be better. Vampire lords on dragons are very good. We have another game planned in a few weeks using SCGT.