I’ve finished painting my counts-as Abaddon the Despoiler, which is the Chaos Master of Crusade model from Grim Skull Miniatures.
Warhammer 40K (Page #3)
Warhammer 40K is the primary game of all the authors here. Some of us have played 40K since the beginning and others later on in its life. It’s a game we all love and thoroughly enjoy, which is why we blog about it all the time.
The articles here are all over the place. Most of what you will find is Warhammer 40K related hobby stuff like painting, sculpting and converting. We do also share battle reports of our 40K games and usually each week you can find a new one posted. Occasionally you can find strategy and tactics articles as well, though that’s not our focus. We most definitely are a hobby focused group here.
So, if you enjoy Warhammer 40K then check out all the articles we have on it. You should find something of interest to you.
I have put together a World War 2 themed Ork warband for Shadow War Armageddon. I did a lot of converting, but I’m really happy with the result.
In this tutorial I show you how I paint energy or magical weapons. This sword is for Warhammer 40K but it could be for any other game also.
The story so far Chaos 10 victory points, imperium 5 victory points. Carrying on from the previous coverage of the apocalypse game we now have the outer wall destroyed completely, a flying circus above the chaos deployment zone and a… Read More »The Battle for Mirum Ostentum #16 – Attack on Altum #2
I just bought the Chaos Master of Crusade by Grim Skull, which is perfect for Abaddon the Despoiler. The review covers price, quality, and assembly.
Here we go stats for apocalypse Chaos 51,000pts, Imperial 46,000pts. The attack on Altum is the final main mission before we deviate and play battlefleet gothic and then see which characters can be evacuated from the planet by the losing… Read More »The Battle for Mirum Ostentum #15 – Attack on Altum #1
This comic book style battle report features my Chaos Space Marines, the Disciples of Twilight, against the Grey Knights in a city battle.
Here’s a list of 9 simple etiquette rules to follow for better games of 40K. It’s just basic stuff that everyone should be doing.
I have finished my Praetor conversion work, and the model is now painted as well. I’ve also done some work for Battlefleet Gothic.
Doing away with victory points this mission instead focuses on infantry being killed. If 101 or more infantry models are killed during the mission and at least 70 cultists and conscripts are part of that number, then chaos wins and… Read More »The Battle for Mirum Ostentum – Blood Sacrifice (Part 14)
Phase 3 mission 3 – The burning of Xalaciva City fight. Chaos gets 1 victory point for each building they set alight and 2 victory points for destroying any structures in the enemy deployment zone. Imperials get 1 victory point*… Read More »The Battle for Mirum Ostentum – The Burning of Xalaciva (part 13)
We altered this mission from a simple strike and kill mission into a more narrative form with the imperial forces defending a derelict titan hangar, finding a titan within but being attacked by the alpha legion before they can fully… Read More »The Battle for Mirum Ostentum – Sudden Strike (Part 12)