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  1. Shipping Method USPS Standard Shipping Products Unit Price Quantity Total D101-N52 $14.00 1 Pack of 100 $14.00 D11-N52 $1.10 1 Pack of 10 $1.10 D12-N52 $1.40 1 Pack of 10 $1.40 D14-N52 $2.00 1 Pack of 10 $2.00 D201-N52 $1.10 1 Pack of 10 $1.10 D21B-N52 $1.40 1 Pack of 10 $1.40 D22-N52 $0.20 5 $1.00 D24-N52 $0.32 4 $1.28 D42-N52 $0.43 10 $4.30 Sub Total: $27.58 Shipping: $5.00 Grand Total: $32.58
  2. That is the reason I went with a FW Chaos Knight, Neo-Chaos Knight Kit, and Kytan instead of taking a leap to a Porphyrion or Warhound Titan, yet. I don't play enough to justify units that are going to collect dust. Those three will fold in nicely, and are reasonable for casual play. I still intend to use the AT18 stuff for a counts as army, just not sold on what, yet. I do want to use it for actual games of Titanicus, but I'm not sure anyone down here is playing. If I get a Photon 3d printer, I intend to go full bore into 6-8 mm models to play TIny Hammer. Perhaps with Apoc Rules. That makes the most sense, rules wise. Then I can get my Board Gaming group into playing Mini-Apocalypse. Gonna jump in the shower, and head down to the LGS to assemble models, see if anyone shows to game. Not gonna game, but I should socialize with the locals. Maybe set up some games during the week. I put away everything that is non-Knight, non-AT18, to focus on getting all these sprues taken care of. I bought the models to hobby and game, not to hoard them in boxes and not assemble them. Need to figure out Airbrush station, too. Pick up primer on way home. Bringing with me to assemble to priming stage: 2 Mini Porphys, 6 Mini Knights, 2 Mini Warlords, 1 Mini Reaver, 4 Armigers, 1 Knight Desecrator. A few of them are in various stages of completion, already. The KD has lower torso (minus plates) and most of upper torso (minus plates) complete, haven't touched arms yet. 1 of the mini porphys is almost done. Same with a couple of the Mini Knights, that I've posted pics of previously. Haven't touched them since those photos.
  3. I picked up the Adeptus Titanicus Porphyrion Knight kit, and Ironbelcher Air at the LGS. The kit came with two sprues, one knight on each, with weapons. I have one mostly assembled, have a lil more pre-assembly to do before priming it. I'd also like to magnetize it in 3 places, the guns at the elbow, the shoulder, and the waist. I don't have any small enough, so I'm that much closer to ordering. May do some research and see what sizes I should get, since I know other people have already done the hard part. The Mini Porphy is looking to be about the same size as an Aggressor, maybe a lil larger, I don't own any, and it's not completely glued together.
  4. Have you done any "master sprue" prints with the photon, and made two part mold for recasting with cheaper materials?
  5. Printing 6-8mm for AT18 is the biggest reason I'm looking at the Photon, otherwise I'm with you, torg, wanting that larger volume.
  6. Yeah, even $230 is more than I'd drop for fairies. Does this box hold that value for our Eldar players?
  7. Forgot bout BF. I'm holding off. Thanks, DT
  8. Is $279 for a Photon a good price? I mean, 20 less than Amazon, and it is direct from Anycubic.
  9. My goal is to have the 4 Armigers done, and the Desecrater all but done when the resin arrives. Then I can decide how I want to mix and match armor. I haven't glued the armor on my other knights, either. This will give me a great opportunity to spread the 2 sets of Chaos leaning armor throughout the force. >_> And time for magnets to arrive. Can't find mine, and LGS isn't stocking at the moment. Need to get some for my AT18 stuff, too. I did locate a small bit of Insta mold. I may order more, if I'm going to be ordering magnets. I think I'll use the Desecrater Chassis as my Lord Commander. Then, all I need is a Preceptor for that cluster of 5. The Acheron, Castigator, and Kytan will need the Lancer and the Atrapos. Hmm, I didn't think of the Magaera or the Styrix on the standard Knight Chassis. And another Desecrater/Rampager Kit, round it off at 8 of those guys for the time being. I think I'm way off in wish listing now, as is I have 12 super heavies. Oh, one of the guys I play with is interested in Apocalypse, as am I. Plenty of opportunity to utilize. I'm thinking about getting super familiar with that ruleset and get people playing that. It's a win-win, I get to play with my knights, they don't feel so intimidated. I'm so close to BattleTech, I'm mclovin it.
  10. Whelp. So, I am looking at getting a Kytan, and a Chaos Knight Conversion Kit. I did, however, pick up the new Chaos Knight Kit from the LGS this morning. Rough inventory including all the above would be at: 4 Armigers 3 Knights 2 Cerastus Knights 1 Desecrator 1 Kytan 1 Lord of Skulls I'm hoping to be able to do some Kit bashing with Armor plates and the like. Get the most bang for my buck outta the Spikey bits, so I won't be doing any armor on the Desecrator until the Conversion kit comes in. Try to find my insta mold so I can green stuff some of the rivets and battle damage.
  11. Exodite vehicles leave tracks, ergo, they are tracked vehicles, emirite. 😉
  12. I can't help but feel as though still running on 7th ed is detrimental to HH.
  13. The first step would be stripping SoB of there codex, and putting them, SoS, GK, and Assassins back into an Ordo Inq book.
  14. I feel like since 5th ed we've been hearing rumors of GW wanting to distant the Kroot, and the possibility of a Rogue Trader/Tau Auxiliary dex. And then they [big bad swear word]-canned the Build-a-Kroot Workshop.
  15. White Dwarf October 2019 October’s issue of White Dwarf is also up for pre-order today. It’s an issue packed with exciting content,* including an Index Imperialis on the Sisters of Silence
  16. We’ve been building up to it for some time now, but today is the day when the Psychic Awakening officially begins as the first campaign book, Phoenix Rising, is available to pre-order along with the incredible Blood of the Phoenix battlebox! Take a look… Psychic Awakening: Phoenix Rising This awesome campaign book is a must-have for anyone wanting to read all about, and get involved with, the galaxy-changing events of the Psychic Awakening. The first book in the series, Phoenix Rising tells the story of how the opening of the Great Rift has affected Aeldari of every stripe. At its heart is Yvraine’s ongoing quest to fully awaken Ynnead – the slumbering God of the Dead. She desperately seeks the means to save her people from the terrible curse that has beset them since the downfall of their former empire and the birth of Slaanesh. The book is also full of Aeldari rules content, including guidelines for choosing your own craftworld, Kabal, Wych Cult and Haemonculus Coven abilities, as well as updated datasheets for the amazing new Jain Zar, Drazhar, Howling Banshees and Incubi miniatures. Meanwhile, the Ynnari receive a full set of faction rules, including datasheets for the Triumvirate of Ynnead, Stratagems, Warlords Traits, relics, Tactical Objectives and the Revenant psychic discipline. Phoenix Rising will be available as a hardback and luxurious Collector’s Edition, as well as in ePub and Enhanced digital formats. While stocks last, every purchase of the hardback or Collector’s Edition of Psychic Awakening: Phoenix Rising on the webstore will also come with a free pair of datasheet cards, featuring the updated rules for Jain Zar and Drazhar! Blood of the Phoenix This is the battlebox that many of you have been waiting for – incredible new miniatures of Jain Zar and Drazhar, as well as plastic sets of Howling Banshees and Incubi too. It doesn’t get much better than that! As if that wasn’t enough, you’ll find a set of Drukhari Scourges, Hellions and a Venom, as well as an Asuryani Falcon and Vyper. Whether you’re looking to start or reinforce an existing army – or even start a new Ynnari collection – this battlebox has everything you’ll need. In addition to the huge selection of models, the Blood of the Phoenix campaign book tells of Drazhar’s murderous quest to claim the life of a Phoenix Lord in personal combat. The book also includes all of the datasheets and Echoes of War missions you’ll need to refight the key battles in this conflict using the units in the battlebox. White Dwarf October 2019 October’s issue of White Dwarf is also up for pre-order today. It’s an issue packed with exciting content,* including an Index Imperialis on the Sisters of Silence as well as a Tome Celestial on Syll’Esske, the Vengeful Allegiance. As usual, October’s issue is available as a physical magazine and an ePub digital edition. If you want a new issue direct to your door every month, clad in an exclusive full-art cover, why not subscribe today? Psychic Awakening: Phoenix Rising, Blood of the Phoenix and October’s issue of White Dwarf are available to pre-order right now! Head on over to the webstore to secure your copies today.
  17. I knew he did some Dr Who in like the 80s, and was involved in the War of Kings crossover event a few years back. I didn't realize he had such an extensive involvement, though, looking at his bibliography. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dan_Abnett_bibliography
  18. I'm sure you can see where you are "coloring outside the lines" as it were. Aside from that, I like the grittiness it has with the palette. The, uhh, spotchiness(?) on the helmet, as an example, really adds to that Veteran of 10k years flavor. I feel like I should say 'thin your paints,' but for the most part, it contributes to that grizzled vet, to me. Oh, if you aren't talking about list logistics, don't be surprised if the thread ends up in the Painting Sub-Forum. 🙂
  19. Is the armor supposed to look cobbled together, or still getting detail work done?
  20. Yeah, I guess looking at it again, each side has 3x ~$50 1x ~35, $240 makes more sense than $160 I was thinking.
  21. Picture this – the Blood of the Phoenix battlebox and Phoenix Rising campaign book that you pre-ordered has arrived through the post. In an excited hobby frenzy, you’ve managed to get all of the models assembled and painted, and played through all the Echoes of War missions with both sides. What do you do next with your shiny new collection of miniatures? The answer is, of course, to field the new warhost of Drukhari and Asuryani as a combined force using the Ynnari rules! The Phoenix Rising campaign book includes all of the rules for this hybrid Aeldari faction, including the datasheets of their foremost leaders – Yvraine, the Visarch and the Yncarne. The Ynnari rules enable you to field elements from the Asuryani, Drukhari and Harlequins as a single, cohesive force, offering some highly effective combinations of quicksilver speed, formidable hitting power and deadly wargear from all three of the Aeldari factions. What’s more, if you include a member of the Triumvirate of Ynnead in a Craftworlds, Drukhari or Harlequins Detachment, you can choose for it to become an Ynnari Detachment instead, replacing their normal faction abilities with Strength From Death. With shrewd use, this ability offers both an effective means to counter an enemy attack and enhance your own charges – just imagine your newly acquired Howling Banshees hitting on a 2+ in combat! Not only that, but Ynnari Detachments can make use of 17 Stratagems that are unique to the reborn of Ynnead, granting a wealth of new tactical options on the battlefield. An especially simple but effective trick is to combine the charge of a powerful Ynnari unit or two with Inevitable Fate – a combination of +1 to hit and the ability to re-roll wound rolls has devastating potential. That’s just the start. Why not make the most of your advantage by activating United in Death* for a bunch of additional Attacks as well? In addition to making use of a selection of bespoke Warlord Traits, Tactical Objectives and Relics of Ynnead, you’ll be able to channel the macabre powers of the Revenant discipline with your Ynnari Psykers (such as Yvraine, the Yncarne or an Ynnari Farseer). If you’ve just invested a whopping 4 Command Points on the combination described above, the last thing you want to see is a bunch of 1s on your hit rolls. Simply channel Ancestor’s Grace beforehand and you needn’t fear (m)any of those lovely Attacks going to waste! If, like us, you’re super excited to get your hands on a copy of Blood of the Phoenix and Phoenix Rising, you won’t have long to wait – they’re both available to pre-order tomorrow! In the meantime, why not grab yourself the Triumvirate of Ynnead to get your army ready to serve the Aeldari god of the dead?
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