It’s simple but I’ve made my first display tray. I went with something generic so I could use it for any of my armies. Check it out.
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Here’s some shots of my Big Mek Ro-Twang, my Big Mek. He’s converted from various parts and also has some sculpting work. Check him out!
Here are some shots of my Bad Moon Nob who will be leading a mob of ‘ard Boyz into battle.
Nazduruk grinned to himself. The Chaos Marines they had fought last week had hired them. Prior to the engagement with the Orks, the Chaos Marines were en route to a location to secure some devices. They wouldn’t say what exactly… Read More »Get Da Shiny Fings! (Warhammer 40K Ork Player Fiction)
For a competition I created rules for the Big Mek Nazduruk Lurkmek who often leads Sun’z Killaz into battle. You can find his rules here.
“Ye gitz ready?” bellowed Nazduruk to the assembled convoy of ramshackle vehicles that had halted momentarily to survey the Chaos Marines just ahead of their position. The question was met with an overwhelming roar as the Boyz raised their choppas,… Read More »My Battlewagon! Ork Fan Fiction for Warhammer 40K
Here are some pics of a painboy I made as a going away gift for a friend.
I’ll show you how cheap and easy it is to make your own miniature foam trays for your models so you can transport them safely. I’ve been doing this for years now, and the trays have held up really well. In fact, I haven’t bought any trays since I started doing this.
Tips and techniques for playing Warhammer 40K (8th edition) faster. This is especially useful to beginners, but should be useful to anyone.
This was to be the story of a campaign we had planned, Battle of Inimīcōrum, regarding Fate’s Angels. Sadly, the campaign ended after this.
We began a campaign at my FLGS, Battle of Inimīcōrum. I wanted to write out the games in story form and this was the prologue for Fate’s Angels.
A friend and I played through the Road to Glory campaign. I worked the campaign into a story to make the results of the campaign more fun.