Tuesday, November 27, 2018
I knew I wanted to get Magore's Fiends because my favorite warband to play so far has been Gor-rek's Reavers. I didn't actually have a plan in mind for these guys when I bought them, but it didn't take me long to stumble across something fun. I was just dry fitting bitz, trying to decide between mutation, or nurglifying them, or carving them down and putting Bretonian heads on them when I dry fitted an extra Great Unclean One tongue to Magore's gaping belly, and then moved it up to his head! I was sold on the idea, and went from there.
Saturday, November 24, 2018
Super trite post here, but I've been wanting to do this for a while, just to think through why I like the ones I like, and which ones have been weaker. And of course, I'm going to state a lot of things as fact here, but it is all definitely just opinion.
Wednesday, November 21, 2018
In case you haven't noticed, both the Nurgle Astartes and Unforgiven (Dark Angels) warscrolls are now available in the 40k Warscrolls section! So what's there? Let's take a look.
Thursday, November 8, 2018
Here's another set of 40k warscrolls. Rounding out the Nurgle Astartes warscroll compendium are some vehicles! The Plagueburst Crawler is pretty conventional. It's much like an Astra Militarum tank in that it's got some Heavy Weapon sponsons, a Hull Weapon, and the Plagueburst Mortar. Like other Astartes and Astra Militarum vehicles, it can add Tactical Weapon options to its Heavy and Hull weapons.
Saturday, November 3, 2018
Continuing my quest to convert all of the Shadespire warbands, here is my take on the Sepulchral Guard. Mine are an extension of the Cursed Company from the Regiments of Renown of the olden times. I used the Skulls box to do head swaps on everyone except for the petitioners. So the Prince of Dust is a Plaguebearer, the Champion is a Beastman, the Reaper is a bird-person of some kind, and the Warden is a Bloodletter.