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  1. One of my friends is starting out by playing beast claw Raiders, and he is asking me if the bees call writers huge general guys can be built as a thunderhusk, or is it just a stonehorn.
  2. So I've been wanting a Slaanesh army for a while, and pure daemons too so I can take up 40k again, but you know; poverty/parenting/adult responsibilities... ? I was able to scrape enough cash together recently to pick up a start collecting box however, so i decided to see how far i could stretch the contents. I ended up with: 10 Daemonettes 5 Hellstriders/Seekers (depending on the game; 40k doesn't have hellstriders) 2 mounted Heralds 1 Herald on Exalted Chariot (the warscroll doesn't list the exact number of seekers in the model, soooo... ?) Enough chariot parts to build a slaaneshi themed chronomantic cogs, and enough herald parts to build two more on foot... I did use some bits from elsewhere; a few shields, chains for whips and spare bases, but still that's what, 660pts? From a 380pt boxed set? I'm super chuffed. ?
  3. Howdy, folks! This is a guide to show you how to get the most out of your Start Collecting: Seraphon box. I believe the ideal number of these boxes to purchase is 2, in order to minimize the number of unusable models (following Matched Play unit composition rules) from the Knights and Warriors units. However, if your opponents dont mind you paying points-per-model, instead of the increments listed in the General's Handbook, you'll likely be perfectly fine with a single box. With two boxes, you get a solid mix of different units to build, which you can mix and match for 1000 point games. When I use the phrase "full command," it refers to having three models in a unit representing a single leader (Alpha), standard-bearer (Stardrake Icon), and musician (Wardrums). This terminology comes from Warhammer Fantasy Battle. Sprue Breakdown ...for one Start Collecting: Seraphon box. Carnosaur/Troglodon 1 Carnosaur/Troglodon sprue, which is used to assemble the majority of the Carnosaur or Troglodon. 1 Carnosaur/Trogolodon "Riders" sprue, which contains bits for the Saurus Oldblood, Saurus Scar-Veteran, and Skink Oracle. It comes with an additional set of legs for the Saurus Rider to be assembled "on foot". You can find parts of the Troglodon's collar and the back spines on the sprue as well. There are several weapons options and decorations on this sprue, some of which are for units that no longer exist in Age of Sigmar. There are lots of good bits on this sprue for decorating and conversions. If you use the sprues to build a Saurus Oldblood or Scar-Veteran on Carnosaur, you will have leftover bits with which to convert a Skink Hero of some kind. I recommend a Skink Starpriest, as I think he's very useful with the units you will have from Start Collecting: Seraphon. You can also magnetize the Saurus rider to switch between the Saurus Oldblood and Scar-Veteran. I recommend modeling the Saurus rider with armor. If you use the sprues to build a Troglodon, you will have leftover bits with which to create a Saurus Hero on foot. I found this handy guide which explains how to create a Saurus Hero on Foot. With the amazing power of magnets, this Saurus Hero can represent either a Saurus Oldblood or Saurus Sunblood. Saurus Warriors 3 Saurus Warriors Club sprues, which have the bodies, legs, club-wielding arms, shield arms, and shields. 3 Saurus Warriors Spears & Command sprues, which has the heads, spear-wielding arms, banner-wielding arm, two banners toppers, arm holding a drum, arms holding mallets,s. With the bits provided, for each 4 Saurus Warriors you assemble, one model may be assembled as an Alpha Talon, one model may be assembled to carry a Stardrake Icon, and one model may be assembled to carry Wardrums. If the minimum size of a unit of Saurus Warriors was 4 models, you could build three 4-model units, each with full command, from a single Start Collecting: Seraphon box. You are not forced to assemble any Saurus Warrior as a Alpha Talon, Stardrake Icon-bearer, or Wardrummer. As an alternative to Saurus Warriors, you can convert their weapons into polearms by snipping the heads off of the spears, and attaching the heads of the clubs. Tell your opponents they are Saurus Guard. Only 3 of the clubs resemble the polearms from Saurus Guard, so you may look to other bits for an appropriate polearm head. I recommend painting converted Saurus Guard with faded scales/skin to look older and more weathered than Saurus Warriors or Saurus Knights. For Matched Play, these sprues provide enough parts to assemble a 10-model unit of Saurus Warriors with full command. Two Saurus Warriors will be left over. If you make the Saurus Guard conversion, you can assemble two 5-model units of Saurus Guard with full commands, or one 10-model unit of Saurus Guard with full command. Two Saurus "Guard" will be left over. Saurus Knights 2 Saurus Knights Lance sprues, which have lance-wielding arms, the banner-wielding arm, banner accessories (including toppers), shield-carrying arms, wardrums, some club-wielding arms, an alternative head for the Alpha Knight's mount, and some decorations. 2 Saurus Knights body sprues, which contain the Saurus bodies, remaining club-wielding arms, Saurus heads, including an additional head with which to indicate the Alpha Knight, and some decorations. 8 Cold One sprues, each of which contains all the bits to assemble a complete Cold One mount. With the bits provided, for each 4 Saurus Knights you assemble, one model may be assembled as an Alpha Knight, one model may be assembled to carry a Stardrake Icon, and one model may be assembled to carry Wardrums. If the minimum size of a unit of Saurus Knights was 4 models, you could build two 4-model units, each with full command, from a single Start Collecting: Seraphon box. You are not forced to assemble any Saurus Knight as an Alpha Knight, Stardrake Icon-bearer, or Wardrummer. For Matched Play, these sprues provide enough parts to assemble a 5-model unit of Saurus Knights with full command. Three Saurus Knights will be left over.
  4. Hey guys currently I am stuck beetwen BCR and FEC. Both look AWESOME and fun to paint, andi was wondering which is better right now. (also could you give a picture of an of them (in comparison to a hand))
  5. Hey guys currently I am stuck beetwen BCR and FEC. Both look AWESOME and fun to paint, andi was wondering which is better right now. (also could you give a picture of an of them (in comparison to a hand))
  6. Hey guys currently I am stuck beetwen BCR and FEC. Both look AWESOME and fun to paint, andi was wondering which is better right now. (also could you give a picture of an of them (in comparison to a hand))
  7. Hey guys justa quick question: Whatts the size of a terrorgheist?i am thinking about starting AOS with one start collecting box and i am confused about the size of a terrorgheist If anyone could send me a picture comparing it to a hand it would be great.
  8. Hi guys, I'm just starting age of sigmar and i don't know what to choose : I like slaves to darkness and beastclaw raiders, because i don't know which one is more expansive to collect. I know beastclaw raiders starting box is around 800 points, so if anyone knows the points of slaves to darkness box please tell me. Also if anyone here has an army could (if it's not too much) show me a picture of the size of the models, because i don't know that as well Thank you for reading
  9. Looking for a bit of advice. I have an army mostly built of Deathrattle units and I'm thinking about picking up one of the Start Collecting sets to add to it. I currently have: Wight King w/ Black Axe Necromancer Cairn Wraith 2 x 10 skeletons with swords and shields 20 skeletons with spears 10 Grave Guard 5 black knights Which set would bring the most to my current force? The Skeleton Horde one would give me a Mortarch, another 10 skeletons, which I would probably use to make a unit of 30 spearmen and some more black knights, where as the Flesh Eater Court set would give me a Vampire Lord on a dragon, some vargheist and some ghouls (which I believe don't synergise all that well with deathrattle). Could the Malignant set even work? Any advice from more experienced players would be greatly appreciated!
  10. Event Title: Start Collecting! The Battle of Ghur at Warhammer World Event Author: graemelyon Calendar: Events UK Event Date: 10/23/2016 10:00 AM to 10/23/2016 05:00 PM Warhammer World is proud to announce the second in our line of events dedicated to the fantastic Start Collecting box sets. Buy a Warhammer Age if Sigmar Start Collecting box set in-store at Warhammer World, then play five great games over the day with custom-written scenarios, using just the finished contents of your Start Collecting box. This is a great chance for you to start a new army and play some small, fun games with it against like-minded folks. Entry is totally free to anyone who buys a Start Collecting box set in-store at Warhammer World from 3rd September; you’ll be given your ticket by the staff there and then. Don’t miss this chance to take part in a free event! Please Note: To take part in this event, you’ll need to buy your Start Collecting box at Warhammer World on or after 3rd September, and get your ticket at the same time. Staff will take your details at the time of your purchase and add them to the event list. Prior purchases, or ones made elsewhere, aren’t eligible for tickets. THE BATTLE OF GHUR The mighty war hosts of Sigmar’s greatest warriors, the Stormcast Eternals have at long last entered the fray, and a new age of bloodshed and conquest has descended upon the mortal realms. Rumours of derelict Dragonfate dais, Realm Gates and Arcane ruins , long since abandoned or crippled by war beyond use begin to once again thrum with power. As word of these phenomena spread, the eyes of Generals, Barbarian chieftains and Sorcerous lords alike turn towards these mythic locations, ripe with envy. Small parties of their finest warriors are sent deeper into the monstrous habitats of Ghur in search of these priceless relics. Guttural howls echo and lightning splits the skies…. Ghur, the Realm of Beasts has awoken, and it hungers for war…. This event will provide a great chance for your new force to see battle on the tabletop, and meet lots of like minded hobbyists who also wanted to a challenge over the summer to try something new with their collections. EVENT ESSENTIALS Date: Sunday 23rd October Venue: Warhammer World, Nottingham Times: 10:00am-5:00pm Number of games: 5 Army Size: Consists solely of the miniatures from your Start Collecting boxed set. Scenarios in use: Special! (See pack) Publications in use: All current Warhammer Age of Sigmar publications from Games Workshop, including Black Library, Forge World, the Games Workshop website, White Dwarf and warscroll battalions from your Start Collecting boxed set. AoS-pack-Sept-2016.pdf Start Collecting! The Battle of Ghur at Warhammer World
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    Warhammer World is proud to announce the second in our line of events dedicated to the fantastic Start Collecting box sets. Buy a Warhammer Age if Sigmar Start Collecting box set in-store at Warhammer World, then play five great games over the day with custom-written scenarios, using just the finished contents of your Start Collecting box. This is a great chance for you to start a new army and play some small, fun games with it against like-minded folks. Entry is totally free to anyone who buys a Start Collecting box set in-store at Warhammer World from 3rd September; you’ll be given your ticket by the staff there and then. Don’t miss this chance to take part in a free event! Please Note: To take part in this event, you’ll need to buy your Start Collecting box at Warhammer World on or after 3rd September, and get your ticket at the same time. Staff will take your details at the time of your purchase and add them to the event list. Prior purchases, or ones made elsewhere, aren’t eligible for tickets. THE BATTLE OF GHUR The mighty war hosts of Sigmar’s greatest warriors, the Stormcast Eternals have at long last entered the fray, and a new age of bloodshed and conquest has descended upon the mortal realms. Rumours of derelict Dragonfate dais, Realm Gates and Arcane ruins , long since abandoned or crippled by war beyond use begin to once again thrum with power. As word of these phenomena spread, the eyes of Generals, Barbarian chieftains and Sorcerous lords alike turn towards these mythic locations, ripe with envy. Small parties of their finest warriors are sent deeper into the monstrous habitats of Ghur in search of these priceless relics. Guttural howls echo and lightning splits the skies…. Ghur, the Realm of Beasts has awoken, and it hungers for war…. This event will provide a great chance for your new force to see battle on the tabletop, and meet lots of like minded hobbyists who also wanted to a challenge over the summer to try something new with their collections. EVENT ESSENTIALS Date: Sunday 23rd October Venue: Warhammer World, Nottingham Times: 10:00am-5:00pm Number of games: 5 Army Size: Consists solely of the miniatures from your Start Collecting boxed set. Scenarios in use: Special! (See pack) Publications in use: All current Warhammer Age of Sigmar publications from Games Workshop, including Black Library, Forge World, the Games Workshop website, White Dwarf and warscroll battalions from your Start Collecting boxed set. AoS-pack-Sept-2016.pdf
  12. Hi all! I wrote a Getting Started in the Age of Sigmar page a while ago and recieved some very positive feedback. In an effort to keep lowering that barrier to entry and help new guys out, I've written an overview and review of each and every Start Collecting box. If you have opinions about teh boxes, hop on the blog and leave a comment. I'll update teh page right away! My site is ad free, I do this just because I love the community and want it t grow Thank you all for your support and happy wargaming Start Collecting Boxes Contents and Review
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