~905.M41 Epistolary Menoloth disappears in the Maelstrom. He is presumed lost in the warp.
~997.M41 Epistolary Menoloth, now known as the Lost One, returns from the Maelstrom with the daemon blade Walach. After extensive testing it is determined Menoloth remains pure of heart, so he takes command of the newly formed Strike Force Ostro.
I'd been toying with the idea of playing a few games with Mephiston, but my real problem was that awful static model (same issue I had with Tycho). But Mephiston has a very unique look, with that crazy ribbed armour. The only model that really shares it is Astorath, so he had to be my go to. Given his bestial pose, the image of a crazy demonsword-possessed Librarian began to form in my mind. Backpack for jump pack and Bloodletter sword for axe made for an easy conversion.
So any comments are welcome, and I'd like to hear about how you guys make new models to represent your own Chapter's named ICs.
Its almost Halloween folks, and that can only mean you better watch out for Grandfather Nurgle and his zombie antics. So grab your bolter, and read on ahead for some homebrew rules to bring some zombie goodness to your tabletop.
Adepticon's new and improved online registration system is now up and running at http://cart.adepticon.org , and AdeptiCon 2011 attendees are already reserving their spots for the premier miniature wargaming event of 2011.
When making a list in Warmachine, there's lots of considerations put into list building. One of the most basic, and least talked about, considerations is how your list does damage (i.e. - wins) and how your list prevents damage (i.e. - doesn't lose). Today, let's consider how threat vectors affect Warmachine/Hordes list design.
Attention Imperial Commanders. the Departmento Munitorum directs all of His most senior officers to distribute this list of techniques for destroying the resurgent Dark Eldar to your battlefield command staff.
Welcome to the house of Frost. As my premier article for BoLS I have the pleasure of reviewing for you the contents of the new early war French Infantry Company army box (FRAB02), a.k.a. Compagnie de Fusiliers-Voltigeurs.
The BoLS video battlereports continue. This week we bring you a Horus Heresy era battle on the doomed Istvaan III. You will see the traitorous elements of the Sons of Horus led by the Warmaster attempting to finish off the Loyalist elements of the Death Guard. Will history repeat itself?
So a couple of pictures of my custom War Hog have already appeared on BoLS and I know more than a few of you have been curious about how I made the thing. Well those of you who guessed that Green Stuff played a large role were dead on.
So I have a tough one for all of us painters. Each of us no matter how quickly or slowly we painted our miniatures has invested a portion of our personal time and soul into them. But eventually the day comes when our collection is starting to show its age... Then what?
As a member of the volunteer corps for Privateer Press (the Press Gang, for the uninitiated), I'm constantly introducing the game to new players, talking about what makes it exciting and why they should spend their time and hard-earned money on it. This process often leads to comparisons with other game systems, and finding the right way to discuss this subject can be tricky. I thought I'd touch on this a bit today.
Goatboy here again chatting away about 40k. So I am sure all the other players out there are like - Damnit I'm tired about talking about how cool the Evil Space Pirates are. Why don't you talk about how to deal with them? Well today is your lucky day because that is exactly what I want to talk about.
You know, the Japanese should know better. The nation that brought us Godzilla, Nausicaa and a myriad other cautionary tales has now stepped past the Immortal Emperor's of Mankind's proscribed research into thinking machines...
Because it’s not fair that the Imperium, Chaos, Tyranids, etc. get all the attention all the time, today we will start looking at some of the minor races of the galaxy mentioned in the background material, one at a time.