Our third game of 8th edition saw our first 2v2 battle featuring the Death Guard teaming up with the greater good of the Tau to take on the Imperium forces of the Blood Angels and Astra Militarum
With 8th edition in full swing, we’re going to start sharing more battle reports. Next up: Can the sons of Nurgle overcome the undying robotic horde of the Necrons?
With 8th edition right around the corner we thought we would try to do a test game to see how it plays and what we think about it compared to 7th edition. To kick things off, we have Jason’s Death Guard going up against Max’s Blood Angels.
We’re back with yet another showcase. This time we’re sharing a pair of Death Guard themed Rhino tanks by Jason.
Back again with another of Jason’s Death Guard units. Today we’re looking at his awesome Death Guard themed Daemon Prince.
Yet another of Jason’s Death Guard legion. This time we’re featuring a Contemptor Dreadnought. This is the plastic mono-pose version from the Betryal at Calth boxet.
Just this past month, the Brookhammer crew was awesome enough to gift me Magnus the Red (how awesome is that?!). Since I do travel a bit in the city to get our games in I wanted to make sure I could easily transport Magnus without taking up a lot of foam space with his massive scale.
I tried to do some research as I always do before building him but couldn’t find anything online for magnetizing his wings. So I thought I’d share the steps I went through to do just that…
With Chaos having the option to now take Renegade Imperial Knights, I thought it would be the perfect tool to expand on my Chaos forces. Over the last couple of weeks I’ve been working on magnetizing the Knights for both ease of transport but also for ease of sharing weapons (and future proofing it a bit in case more goodies get announced later). Here’s a break down of how I’m going about it…..
Ever since the Renegade Imperial Knights box dropped back in May, Jason’s been working on this trio of Death Guard themed Knights. Today, they are officially finished!