Saturday, 25 February 2017

Deathwatch - Hammertime!

I am happy to present you my Watch Captain of the Deathwatch. I always wanted to build a model in this kind of exaggerated attack pose. As you can easily see, the bad boy originates from the Raven Guard. Unfortunately, he is still nameless yet. Any proposals?

Sunday, 19 February 2017

Deathwatch Venerable Dreadnought

Last Week, I got hold on a really cheap Grey Knights Dreadnought, although I don't play Grey Knights. 😅 
Instead, I converted the model slightly and painted it the last evenings, to eventually look like a Deathwatch Venerable Dreadnought. Why? Well, I plan to play with a small Deathwatch team at our next internal tournament. Hurray!

The original model:

Tuesday, 14 February 2017

Sisters of Battle: Arco-flagellants

A truly savage bunch. In order not to make the same basic poses not too monotonous, I painted the individual models in different color schemes. Bottom line, I am glad to have finished these miniatures so fast and painlessly, because they are not necessarily my favorite models.

Some might think the blood on the weapons might be over the top, but in my opinion, it fits well with the background of these mindless killer machines.

Sunday, 5 February 2017

Sisters of Battle: Geminae Superia

At the release of the Triumvirate of the Imperium, I was able to get my hands on the single St. Celestine sprues. To be true, I was quite amazed at how small and elegant these miniatures are in real life.

Since I had already finished my own version of St. Celestine, I only built the Geminae Superia and started to paint them. In spite of the simple color scheme, painting them was a real struggle for me. It's good to have some new models for the Sisters of Battle, but somehow these wobbly plastic models are not completely my thing. I also realized, that I unintentionally mixed up the shoulder guards on one miniature, which does not make things better.

But teamed up, the miniatures look fine and I am looking forward to the first game with them:

By the way, I am really pleased with the new "Codex: Imperial Agents". Finally, all the rules I need in one handy codex. Be it Sororitas, Assassins, Inquisitors, Deathwatch, LotD etc. I play it all! :D

That's why I primed some new Arco-flagellants yesterday. Together with my Deathcult Assassins and Crusaders, I will be able to play the new fluffy formation called "Ecclesiarchy Battle Conclave"...

Monday, 23 January 2017

No Blood For The Blood God Today

There are no new miniatures to present today, but some pictures of my last battle against Captain_Valerius and his fantastic Daemonkin army. We played one of the Maelstorm missions from the rulebook with 2500 points per side.

I was so afraid of Kytan, the Bloodthirster and all the other melee badasses, that I left all my tanks on the shelf. Besides my Iron Hands Marines, I took my Imperial Knight and a small inquisitional contingent.

The first rounds didn't go well. Kytan simply didn't go down despite a huge torrent of fire. Furthermore, I drew some unfortunate tactical mission cards. However, I managed to stop the advance of the Daemonkin with my designated close combat units. From turn three on, the tables slowly turned.

It was a pretty intensive battle that went on until game turn number five. Then my Imperial Knight decided the game by stomping the Blood Thirster and Lord of Khorne on Juggernaut to death. After that, the Daemonkin gave up.  :D