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  1. So I posted a while back about a mobile armoured list for Cities. After some feedback I've come up with my second iteration of it. Leaders- Steam Tank Commander (General) (230)DrillmasterSteam-piston armour- Cogsmith (60)Macroscope- Cogsmith (60) - Lord-Ordinator (140)Units - 20 x Freeguild Guard (Battleline) Spears (160) - 5 x Pistoliers (100)- 5 x Pistoliers (100)- Gyrocopter (70)- Gyrocopter(70) Behemoths - Steam Tank (Battleline) (180)- Steam Tank (Battleline) (180) Artillery - Helstorm Rocket Battery (130)- Helstorm Rocket Battery (130)- Helstorm Rocket Battery (130)- Helstorm Rocket Battery (130)Battalions- Greywater Fastness Artillery Company1990/2000 The extra cogsmith is there just to help heal the tanks. The Lord-Ordinator can be swapped out for a unit of Irondrakes if things are a bit too "all eggs in one basket". Pistoliers were chosen simply to add some more mobility over a 20 man unit of handgunners. Any advice welcome.
  2. Hey, I've been writing up my first 2k list for Cities of Sigmar and I'm trying to base it on a more mobile Greywater force. The idea for the paint scheme is Vietnam War flavoured, so I've tried to go as mechanised as possible. Any and all advice welcome Leaders - Steam Tank Commander (General) (230) Drillmaster Macroscope - Battlemage (110) Choking fumes Realm of Chamon - Cogsmith (60) Steam-piston armour - Cogsmith (60) Units - 5 x Outriders (100) - 5 x Outriders (100) - Gyrobomber (80) - Gyrobomber (80) Behemoths - Steam Tank (Battleline) (180) - Steam Tank (Battleline) (180) - Steam Tank (Battleline) (180) Artillery - Helstorm Rocket Battery (130) - Helstorm Rocket Battery (130) - Helstorm Rocket Battery (130) - Helstorm Rocket Battery (130) Battalions - Greywater Fastness Artillery Company 2000/2000 My own thoughts so far are I am torn between pistoliers and outriders, but outriders just seem to fit my theme better. Handgunners would also work but are just less mobile. I have no idea if Gyrobombers are worth it but the idea of painting them up as Hueys is too hard to resist.
  3. Introduction One of the things I really like about the latest Warhammer 40,000 releases for 'The Gathering Storm' is the idea of a Triumvirate. This was a word I had not heard before and as well as sounding very cool I also liked the meaning behind it: I have also recently been thinking about backstory writing for my Age of Sigmar mixed Order army, and as I recently finished my third centre-piece model for the army (A Freeguild General on Griffon), it seemed the perfect chance to add my own "Triumvirate" into my army. The Roots of the Story: When Age of Sigmar first came out, I put together a backstory for my army called 'Siegfried's Desperados'. I had a blog on Dakkadakka which was quite popular at the time, perhaps because it was one of the safe havens away from the heat the game was getting from some disgruntled veterans (especially on Dakkadakka). You can check out the thread here if you are interested: https://www.dakkadakka.com/dakkaforum/posts/list/663727.page To summerise, the initial background I created for my army was that they were a mercenary outfit (called the 'Desperados') operating out of Azyrheim. I wanted to add a bit more grey and a bit more low fantasy into the backstory (as it was something Age of Sigmar didn't really have at the time), so I came up with some hooks and ideas of the dark side of aelven society in Azyrheim (lots of intrigue and assassinations among the nobles), the ideas of slums in the city, and that a mercenary outfit might employ a necromancer in their ranks. This was also an excuse to add in Aelves, Duardin and even Death into my army which was all a lot of fun to play with before the General's Handbook came out. But since the General's Handbook came out the narrative and story behind my army has taken the backseat. I have been focusing a lot more on Matched play and my narrative outlet has been with Hinterlands. As the recently finished Freeguild General on Griffon was meant to be Siegfried Stormhart once more, I thought it would be fun to update the story of the Desperados, and so the Triumvirate was born. The Triumvirate of Mistmire; Master Geppetto, Siegfried Stormhart and the alchemist, Massym Al-Izzar Creating a Triumvirate: I want to throw out the question to all of you, what cool Triumvirates could you add into your collection? All you would need are the following: 1. 3 Cool Models 2. A Cool Story that connects them For me, I had my 3 Centrepieces. The Griffon, the Steamtank and the Hurricanum. I wanted them to have some sort of purpose other than being in an army together, so I decided to bring back the old Necromancer I used to run in the Desperados pre-GHB. He goes by the name 'Cornacaprious'. I decided that he has since betrayed the Desperados, and has resurrected an ancient vampire (with the title of the "Blood Queen"). This gives me a reason to finally paint my Neferata model and also gives the triumvirate a goal to accomplish (they of course seek to kill both the Necromancer and the Blood Queen). So with the scene set, I put together a 4 pages as if they were from a campaign book and detailed my Triumvirate of Mistmire. I would love to hear what you think, but more importantly I hope this inspires you all to go off and create a Triumvirate for one of your armies too. My Triumvirate:
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    Steamtank

    Steamtank with magnetised Pilot (who can be placed on a seperate base). Painted quite quickly thanks to a can of Leadbelcher spray. painted by bottle
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