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Zamik posted a blog entry in Tale of More Warlords: Squaring up with the CelestantBefore they were mustered for Sigmar's wars against the forces of Chaos, Morgusson and his Irondrakes had been responsible for locating abandoned underground fortresses and blowing out whatever vile denizens had since occupied them. Morgusson especially enjoyed those brief moments between when the barbs of one of his grudgehammer torpedoes dug into some monstrous rat's flesh and when the attached explosive detonated. It's the little things. Here Morgusson and his trenchers are taking in a bit of air after having ignited an underground Pestilens laboratory below the ruins of a fortress.
Zamik posted a blog entry in Tale of More Warlords: Squaring up with the CelestantI decided to assemble this pack of Ironbreakers as Irondrakes because I loved the idea of having a dwarven gunline belching fire and torpedos at anything that got dug in against my Liberators for too long. I assembled the Ironwarden model first, and named him Morgusson. I started thinking about his backstory and motivation, and naturally grudges were going to be a big part of it. Reading the Core Book's lore on Sigmar clamping down on infighting in Azyr among the factions made me wonder: how would you handle a grudge against one of his chosen heroes? Stormcast were all mortal once and th
Zamik posted a blog entry in Tale of More Warlords: Squaring up with the CelestantI had been considering ways to augment my Stormcast Eternals army (which consists of the Starter Box, Steelheart's Champions from Shadespire, and the models from Storm Strike), and so I began digging through Order factions to see what moved me. One of my friends has a lot of Freeguild, and they seemed fun; but, as I browsed the model ranges on GW, something clicked with the Dispossessed. Neither the Fyreslayers nor the Kharadron Overlords had interested me, but these fellows, with their ornate heavy armor and shields, their grudges, and their guns--well I liked them very much. Nevertheless thi