Currently in my rag-tag ork collection:
I’m also in the process of getting some NIB Killa Kanz from Bartertown at a bargain price, and am always on the lookout for deals. I am happy to trade cool dice bags for ork miniatures.
The plan is currently to just paint orks and have fun with the project; I’m painting them as Bad Moons, though I’m still debating on whether or not I want the Slugga Boyz as Deffskulls. I should have enough Ork Nob bodies to make a full squad of 10, and I prefer the older pewter models, so that’s what I’m working with.
I am now accepting donations of killa kanz, deff dreads, and ork boyz. If you have some orks that you’re willing to send to a good home, send them my way!
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Ork conversion from Iron Dog Studios. ”Counts as” trukk boyz mob, using squigs. I really want to do something similar. Very thematic and awesome.
Ok, so I am approaching 100 followers. I’ll tell you what… if you tell two friends and they tell two friends and add me on here I will create a crazy free paper mini set and put it up on RPG Now and you can download it and build it and play with some super crazy figures just for the fun of it.
110 Space Wolves! Infantry for my Great Company.
That really does make me want to put some space marines together.
Damn that’s a lot of space marines! Needs an airbrush, I think…
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Secret Weapon desert wasteland bases. Now I’m going to have to work on my ork warbosses and big mek. Oh darn.
There’s something really impressive about seeing full, painted goblin regiments. The dedication involved, I think, in painting each and every one of those little buggers to the same standard so that they look good when all ranked up like that. …I miss painting gobbos. I really need to pick up another gobbo regiment.
Although far removed from the foundries and forges of their ancestral homes, the dwarves of the Hammers of Dhaz have not entirely abandoned the ancient art of runecraft. Simple glyphs and sigils of servitude are well within the ken of the exiled runesmiths, and have been used to bind the creatures of the mountains to the will of the dwarves.
Employed most frequently are the bears of the northern caves, an ancient symbol of Kislev whose stature, demeanour and tenacity resonate deeply with the dwarves. They are ridden into battle by minor nobles; who view such powerful steeds as both a symbol of the wealth and status they are unwilling to relinquish, and of course as incredible assets in combat.
Acting as a reconnaissance and rapid-response force, units of mounted thanes often patrol the perimeters of battlefields or make their way through winding canyons, launching surprise assaults on foes who might not expect such aggressive manoeuvres from a company of dwarves.
In game terms, the mounted thanes pictured above count as a unit of three bull centaurs, equipped with shields and a champion. They cost 145 points from the special allowance.
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