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  1. 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!
  2. Bruticus

    Lord of Malal

  3. Bruticus

    Chaos Knight of Malal

  4. Bruticus

    Chosen of Malal

  5. I've recently launched my first Age of Sigmar project - exploring and expanding upon the Fimir. This project is heavily influenced by the old Dark Shadows campaign, mixed with Game of Thrones and The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim. You can dive into my blog for more information. I'm a very lazy painter, so no Golden Daemon quality work here. So far, I have two models half-finished. I'm hoping that the rest of my basing materials will show up this week so I can wrap them up: Weylin the Shambler, Dark Emissary of the outcast god Malice. I attempted to replicate the cover of the old Dark Shadows campaign booklet. In-game he'll count as a Great Bray-Shaman. Lheabridf Crow-Tongue, Meargh of the Clann. She'll be a Savage Orc Shaman. I'm currently getting my Finmor (warlord/Fimir Warrior) ready for priming, and have been collecting parts for a Greater Fenbeast (Rogue Idol of Gork). There's a lot of work to be done...
  6. Mehman

    The Fated Damned

    "... and he that went before now came last, that which was white and black and all direction was thrown against itself. Grown mightily indignant at the words of the Gods, Malal did turn his heart against them and flee into the chambers of space... And no man looked to Malal then, save those that serve which they hate, who smile upon their misfortune, and who bear no love save for the damned. At such times as a warrior's heart turns to Malal, all Gods of Chaos grow fearful, and the laughter of the Outcast God fills the tomb of space..." Right then, ladies and gentlemen, I've had an idea. Whether it is a good idea or not is suspect but I'll let you all be the judge of that. Anyone that knows me understands that I'm a bit crazy for Malal. My wife shakes her head when the name is mentioned - or her eyes glass over in futility - because there is about to be a discussion that she knows nothing about. You may be wondering just who Malal is and why you should care. Let's clear that up first and without all the bad legal mumbo-jumbo, either! Malal was created back in the early days of Warhammer when times were easy and models were all metal. He / She / It was created as the Renegade God of Chaos, the anti-hero of Chaos, if you will. Whether he was kicked out of the main pantheon or left of his own volition doesn't matter. All that matters is that he's a dark cookie. Malal is the embodiment of Chaos' indiscriminate and anarchic tendency toward destruction, including itself and its own agendas. This makes him the purest form of Chaos as he opposes both Order and Chaos and their machinations. His power as a God is largely parasitic in nature as the Outcast God only grows in power as the other Gods grow in power. Other bits of information to know: his sacred number is 11 and his livery is black and white (two completely opposite things - just wanted to be sure you got that). His heraldry and a picture of his champion, Kaleb Daark, are followed after the only known picture of him (below). Pretty neat stuff, right? So, to sum up our boy, we've got: a Renegade God that looks like a large dragon with three eyes whose symbol is a bisected skull with white on the left side and black on the right side and a pretty metal champion straight out of an issue of classic Heavy Metal. What does this all have to do with me? Next paragraph! I am hoping to create a Host of Malal for Age of Sigmar called The Fated Damned. The force will include elements from Chaos and Order, specifically the former Dark Aelf range. They will be led by Einar Fate-hewer, the Direbane, a very large Champion of Malal (a converted Exalted Deathbringer with Impaling Spear (you know I'll post some pictures when he's completed)). As Kaleb Daark (pictured above) had a weapon from the Antithesis of Chaos, so does Einar. Instead of having Daark's Dreadaxe, Fate-hewer is in possession of Soulspite, a daemon weapon in the form of a sword. Well, that's about it. I just wanted to throw this idea out there to see if there was any interest. To be honest, I've been struggling to stay with one army all the way through but I think this may be the one. Anyway, feel free to leave some feedback in the form of questions or not-so-serious threats.
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