I don’t think I could have written it much better myself. This is what the War Dolls is all about!
I came across this article and found it useful. I’m not a very competitive player myself, nor am I really excellent at list building so there are some great tips in here that I know I need to apply. Since the writer Andrew, has multiple GT wins under his belt and I have a trophy for ‘Best Sportsman’ I figured he’d be a good source for information on how to make a list competitive. Enjoy! (more…)
For the 200th post of this blog (yup I said 200!) I wanted something special. I tossed around some ideas in my head but nothing really struck me as noteworthy. Someone pitched an idea at me to mirror my ‘look ahead’ previous post and that was a look back at where/what my armies have been. That’s right… special is me!
(Also, I looked back and found no official introduction post for myself…)
The Imperial Guard / Astra Militarum have been my ‘back burner’ army for a very, very long time. When ProdigalSon and I first started 40k we had a dream of a joint Guard army but sadly with moves, school and life in general, it never coalesced. Being a creature of immense sentimentality, I kept collecting guardsmen here and there over the years and when I found myself with a Sisters army back when they could have conscripted guard, I switched to hoard mode. By the time I realized what I was doing I had three full platoons. One of the local gang moved away and offered to sell me all his armor and a paycheck later I was the owner of a huge Guard force. (more…)
In her quest to add some points to the Fate of Konor campaign via painting, Red decided to put together three Harlequin Death Jesters.
Although I am a little disappointed that it did not occur to me to put the subdivided mask on both of the newer Death Jesters, I am pretty pleased with how they all turned out. They all look relatively similar, beside the one old Death Jester model, and none of them took very long to paint.