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Jason

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  1. @Lyraeus took a little video of our Guard v.Necron game and posted it here:
  2. Hey man! Im down! Made a 1k list with the new points in BattleScribe. Don’t have the rules yet...but I’ve watched a few bat-reps. Basically seems like 8th with new objectives and new terrain rules.
  3. Hey all! Haven’t been around for a bit but am looking to dust off the Mordians and start serving the god-emperor again. Anyone want to teach me 9th edition? 😅
  4. Just jumping in to stir the pot..... I don't think it's a HUGE deal if a big super demon comes into a smaller game. Not all armies pair down well to smaller games, demons have always been a bit elite / funky. Your opponent will more or less know ahead of time what to expect. You just don't get to be sour grapes if they bring a couple canons 🙂
  5. The dwarfs have retreated into the deeps...but the men of the Empire will stand against the forces of darkness!!
  6. I'll be there playing some 9th age (warhammer fantasy)
  7. Haha great! How about when the doors open at 3? i haven’t played warcry but I’d be down to watch a game.
  8. Haven't been around for a bit, getting rusty 🙂 Anyone up for 2,000 points of 40k? (I'm like 90% painted)
  9. Interesting...I picked mine up at a model train store, but this might be the same thing. It’s literally a very fine powder. You can apply it with a dry brush. Just scoop some where you’d like it with the brush, then use the brush to rub it into the model where you want to see the effect. Use a tad more than you think you need, a lot falls off in the process (so do it over something like a box top so you can collect and re-use it) but what sticks really stays on well. You get a really nice mat effect. I use it a lot for 40k vehicles and weapons (black and rust colored powders show nicely on metallic colors) but you could totally do the same with fantasy. Anywhere you want rust or dirt. It’s sort of a ‘softer’ effect than washes (which I also love).
  10. I’m a huge fan of weathering powder. You can get a “dirty” or faded look without the muddy smear that washes sometimes leave. Might be worth trying.
  11. Just got some of my models in the mail Friday and had to start painting! Finished the first unit - Treekin!
  12. LoL! They wouldn’t be ogres they’d be ....celestial golems?...they just happen to play like them.... The more I think about it there’s pretty good proxies for ogre units throughout the storm cast line...
  13. Why not just use them as proxies for an ogre army?
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