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Howdy. A quick post to display all those last minute additions to my painted model family for 2018. Last year I managed a review of the year, not sure I will achieve one this year so this may be a slight nod in that direction too. Firstly, here are completed toy soldiers; Imperial Preacher After recent games I've noticed that my Catachan troops aren't all that bad in combat with their strength of 4. Give them a preacher and they get an extra attack so doubling their effectiveness. Giving them the order Fix Bayonets improves their shit-kicking ability even further. So a bloke with a sword and...
Ahoy, Commanders! Santa and the Birthday fairies were super kind to me this year. I scored the Blackstone Fortress box and the Plasma Thermic Regulators. They've been added to my stack of uncompleted models and I gotta say it's kinda of daunting. So many projects need to be done. One of the things my sweetie uses to inspire her is a thing known as a 30 Day project. I've done one before and it was pretty helpful so I'm going to go ahead and spend the next 30 days doing at least one thing to move my terrain projects forward. My goal, at the end, is to have made some serious progress on my table...
Finishing up the second warband included in the Warhammer Underworlds: Nightvault box, Stormsire's Cursebreakers. In Part 1 I painted up the other warband included, Thorns of the Briar Queen. Much like the Thorns warband these miniatures are very nice looking. I also appreciate the unique bases that are included and specific for each individual model. They look great and add a nice touch...
Recently picked up the new starter set for Warhammer Underworlds, Nightvault. It's a fun little game and the miniatures from Games Workshop are top notch and really fun to paint.First up is Thorns of the Briar Queen, one of the two warbands included in the the Nightvault set. These painted pretty quickly and look great with minimal painting effort.Part two will be up soon with the other warband in the box, Stormsire's Cursebreakers...