Reavers are my DIY Space Wolf chapter. This is another part in my fluff series about them. This regards their use of technology.
The Reavers are Kamui’s Space Wolves army he created for Warhammer 40K.
This is the third part in my fluff series regarding my DIY Space Wolves chapter, Reavers. They’re a chapter who was lost in the warp.
This is the second part of my fluff for the Reavers. Reavers are my own chapter based on Space Wolves. More fluff to follow soon.
I had written some fluff/background for my Space Wolves chapter, Reavers, to use at a tournament recently. Here’s the fluff I had submitted.
For my Marines I wanted a bunch of drop pods. I’ve built a few drop pods so far using different techniques. Here’s a bunch of shots of them.
This model represents some of my most ambitious GS work on a marine model and my first model featuring the red robes of the Reaver elite. For a while before starting this army I had considered using the Space Marines Codex because of the flexibility of the lists and age… Read More »Reavers (Space Wolves) Wolf Lord Conversion Painting Complete!
I set a summer challenge of getting 2K of my Space Wolves painted. I didn’t accomplish it but I did make a lot of progress. Check it out.
As summer is past, it’s high time I make a call on my summer challenge. I have to admit defeat as I have not achieved my goal of a fully painted 2000 point army. I did manage to get 1850 painted to tabletop standard in time for the Standish Standoff at XRD (my FLGS.) I’ll post a summary of my experience there and some army pics tomorrow. So I didn’t hit my goal, but at least it wasn’t a complete failure. The final crunch did force me to simplify my painting a bit which is a good approach for the average troops. A full army with a simple paint job looks a lot better than a couple of well painted models in a sea of primer.
I’ve written up the third and final chapter of the Reavers’ origin. For those of you who missed them, or just want a refresher, here are the first two parts:
And now, on to the new fluff!