Tabletop Gallery: Nurgle & the Machine

I’m putting my money on Morty.

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  • SilentPony

    Stupid tournament spam lists

  • chris harrison

    The specials today are rust, black mold and burning butt waters. How about I set you up with a combo platter, with a wet cough appetizer?

  • Stephen Henry IV

    RIP Night/Doom Scythes.

  • Billy Tremaine

    Wasn’t sure my X-Wing skills were going to cross over to the new edition.

    • YetAnotherFacelessMan

      Right? Considering they can’t go into hover mode, that’s some extremely impressive flying on the part of the necron player to catch Morty perfectly like that.

      Or it’s a staged photo op. One of the two.

  • petrow84

    The division I see is between the AngRicks and Mortys that like the Chaos divided, and the rest of us.
    I see it everywhere I go.
    I see it in our shrines, where they teach Mortys we’re all the same because they’re threatened by what makes us unique.
    I see it in our streets, where they give Legion Codex to Mortys so we’re too busy fighting each other to fight the False Emperor.
    I see it in our crusades, where AngRicks slay for a fraction of their boss’s chaos boon even though they’re identical and have the same devotion.
    The Chaos’ problem isn’t Primarch Mortys or possessed AngRicks, the Chaos’ problem is the AngRicks and Mortys feeding on the Chaos’ death.
    But I’ve got a message for them, from the AngRicks and Mortys keeping it alive. A message from the AngRicks and Mortys that believe in this Chaos to the AngRicks and Mortys that don’t: You’re outnumbered!

    • euansmith

      You see, what happened is that some of our philosophers got off base. And one of the great problems of history is that the concepts of Slaanesh and Khorne have usually been contrasted as opposites, polar opposites, so that Slaanesh is identified with a resignation of Khorne, and Khorne with a denial of Slaanesh. It was this misinterpretation that caused the philosopher, the Red Prophet, who was a philosopher of the will to Khorne, to reject the Slaanesh concept of lust. It was this same misinterpretation which induced Slaanesh theologians to reject Red Prophet’s philosophy of the will to Khorne in the name of the Slaanesh idea of lust.

  • euansmith

    “… and here we see the Deathshead moth pollinating the Necrobloom.”

  • Asier Berruezo Orobengoa