The Great Horde of Chaos

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    • this is marvelous. pure gold this thread.

      Army background sounds cool. I rather enjoy reading (and especially looking) your thread.
      If you find some time I would also liko to read about your thought and ideas behind your conversions. Do you just randomly pluck out bits from here and there to make this stuff or are you actually following some general ideas?

      Also I would really enjoy studying thos minis in greater detail (to shamelessly steal some ideas). Step by step guides would be awesome too.

      Your thread is pure gold. there is plenty of ones that show battle reports and stuff and rather few modelling ones of such a great quality.

      I would be a very happy reader if you implement more and more of your stuff about that glorious horde.

      I appreciate the time you spend to make this posts. keep the coming mate!
    • Awesome conversion, awesome ideas, awesome collection !! I really like to look thread as Yours.
      I will be also happy to read sth about Your army and ideas :).

      Can't wait to see more !
    • Henrypmiller wrote:

      Of course!

      Awsome!

      Eldrad wrote:

      this is marvelous. pure gold this thread.

      Army background sounds cool. I rather enjoy reading (and especially looking) your thread.
      If you find some time I would also liko to read about your thought and ideas behind your conversions. Do you just randomly pluck out bits from here and there to make this stuff or are you actually following some general ideas?

      Also I would really enjoy studying thos minis in greater detail (to shamelessly steal some ideas). Step by step guides would be awesome too.

      Your thread is pure gold. there is plenty of ones that show battle reports and stuff and rather few modelling ones of such a great quality.

      I would be a very happy reader if you implement more and more of your stuff about that glorious horde.

      I appreciate the time you spend to make this posts. keep the coming mate!
      I can talk about my conversions, but I have so many do you mind listing some of the ones you are most interested in? That helps me narrow it down xD.
      Same with step-by-step guides. I can easily put some instructions to build any of these. Just list away! Be warned though, so are built from very random parts that often I just happened to have lying around haha!



      ROTTEN_FACTORY wrote:

      Awesome conversion, awesome ideas, awesome collection !! I really like to look thread as Yours.
      I will be also happy to read sth about Your army and ideas :).

      Can't wait to see more !







      (I was going to upload a few photos of some Works in Progress, good ones too; but the image site I use to host with is down right now, and I was only going to write fluff with an accompanying image to help identify who is whom -_-)
    • For the starters tell me (us) something more about what is the next unit/character you re planning to work on? And why? Does the 1.2 ruleset have any impact on which projects will you pick up or are you doing conversions when you "feel like doing".

      My biggest love are simple and common marauders and barbarians. I've always had a soft spot for conanesque characters drapped in furs and occasional piece of armor. Once I've had 300 of them to represent spartans. They were fairly easy conversions made of normal marauders but each had a spear&shield and cape. Spears were made from the hand with banner pole and the tip was from HE spearelves. Entirety of the rest of the kit was from marauders sprue. Sadly, I had to sell my entire army back then to pay tuition for college :(.

      Right now I'm setting up WotDG as my new/old project and I'm going to start with Barbarians + Chieftain. Them and chaos warriors have always formed the backbone of my armies. When I see orderly ranks of heavily armored warriors and rank upon a rank of barbarians on the tabletop it really brings me the sense of awe.

      I have seen that you've built a classic GW barbarian horde. And that you have started on a small tzeentch unit. Any progress there? Would like to hear your thoughts about each and every of them.

      How do you percieve them on tabletop and in your background?
    • TimW wrote:

      Tyranno wrote:

      Little questions peeps.

      Who would be interested in background for the characters and armies?
      I'd love me some background!
      Allllllllllllllllllrighty then!

      Well. Firstly lets have some new models to start off with (Because the site started working again *shock*)


      First up is (another) Ghorgon! Made from a totally different selection of parts this time. But built along a stockier and more muscular design than my other one. The head is going to rest in the centre of the neck hole, to really make it look muscular.



      Next up is a Chaos Lord of Nurgle on a monster (still playing the guessing game here :P) try and figure out what this beastie is!


      Chaos Dwarf Lord on Great Taurus. I am really liking the direction the headdress is going with this one!



      Little thing before I start. My Warriors of Chaos army is actually 5 armies. Each worshiping a different god, with the 5th worshiping no god over the other. So each is very different in customs and look.
      Plus each tribe is led by two people in command of the army. One is seem as the truly anointed and the other is a more "street level" general who interacts with the troops more (trust me, this will make more sense once I have a few more models built).


      First up for background though is this Nurgle Daemon Prince.

      His name is Corrosix the Putrefier. Once he was a lord of a tribe of Nurgle Worshippers, who had been tasked by their patron deity to escort seven sacred flies of nurgle, each carrying a deadly new pox he wished to test on a nearby Empire townstead.
      But before Corrosix could unleash his masters pets his forces were forced to come to blows by the interruption of another army.

      It seemed his army's movements had not gone unnoticed; and the local town had sent scouts for help, and an army had been mustered to work as a blockade.
      While Corrosisx's army was small, each warrior was worth fifty of the enemy. Drawn from the greatest stock of his tribe, they were the creme-de-la-creme of Nurgle's devoted. Warshrines bearing offering to the dark god littered the army, constantly drawing his favor while Nurgle's chosen battled in his name.
      As Corrosix strode through the forces, casually striking down any fool that crossed his path with a swing of his scythe, a sudden gout of flames burned to his right. Standing before him was a pyromancer and a powerful one at that.

      While Carrosix was burdened with the glorious purpose of defending the flies that danced behind him like giddy sprites, the call of a challenge was to much for the warrior. Spinning his scythe around to taunt the mage, their duel began.

      Staff met scythe, flame struck armour; the pair were evenly matched. That is until the battle began to creep on, the mage was growing tired, using so much magic was taking its toll on him and he could see his opponent was still keen for more. However the flame magician had spotted something; each time a pillar of flame had got to close to one of the fat bloated flies hiding his challenger, the norseman made a move to block him. An idea stuck the sorcerer as he readied himself to launch a mighty fiery inferno. Corrosix chuckled to himself, readying himself to dodge the shot. But as he waited he saw the mage aim his staff higher and to much to Corrosix's left....right at the sacred flies.

      As the tip of the staff glowed a burning red Corrosix dropped his scythe and leaped into the path of the flames, he would rather sacrifice himself than disappointnt Father Nurgle.

      The flames were let loose and Corrosix took it all; the flames burned his armor, seared his skin and melted his metal; until nothing was left but a charred emaciated husk. The mage smiled, he had won the day with his little trick; but as he readied to blast the disgusting bugs into oblivion something happened. The flies encircled his seemingly dead foe and seemed to start drinking from him...no wait they were doing the opposite!

      As the pyromancer struggled to keep his breakfast down, he saw the flies dump their pestilent payload into the Lord of Chaos and eventually his frame began to pulse. His bones cracked and bulged, growing ever larger. His burnt skin split away revealing the white bone underneath and his working organs. His face elongated until it was like that of a skeletal carthorse, and his footbones turned into thick hooves. Finally, to complete the transformation a quartet of gigantic fly-like wings burst from Corrosix's back, fluttering as he tested his new appendages.

      Slowly, with much cracking of new bone-matter, the transformed Corrosix picked up his now diminutive scythe and it to began to grow. Thickening and lengthening until it fit his new monstrous proportions.

      The eye sockets of this new monster began to glow orange as the long mouth cracked open and a few words creaked from it's bony jaws.

      "Praise....Father....Nurgle"

      And with a sudden lash of movement the creature swing his scythe, decapitating the insolent mage that had attempted to thwart his gods plans. Placing one hoof on the corpse of his opponent Corrosix roared, it was a declaration. The battle was over. The plague of Corrosix had begun.

      Next is the Slaanesh Sorceress

      She is Sigrun the Majestic and hers is a sad tale.
      Sigran was one of three sisters, the others being called Gunvor and Turid, born to a tribe of Slaanesh worshipers. She was the eldest and as such was tasked (by herself) to protect her younger siblings from both harm and her tribes more basel appetites.

      She was forced to watch has the middle sibling, Gunvor was exiled from the tribe for worshiping a false idol; and then the very same year both Sigrun and Turid were sold into slavery to a more well off and powerful tribe of Slaanesh worshipers. As her tribe did not have enough warriors to earn their keep by battle they happily sold their daughters away.

      Sigrun and Turid were not sad to leave their cruel family, but neither were they pleased to be treated as maidservants to a cruel lord who beat them when they so much as looked at him without a smile on their lips. While the Norse Warlord was a cruel master, the rest of the warriors did not touch them; whether it was out of pity or fear of their dictator general the sisters never found out. Even the second-in-command, giant of a man clad in beautiful armour who went by the name Sture the Gilded, did not dare to disobey his master.

      One night, after a bought of heavy drinking, the Norseman forgot to tighten Sigrun's shackles. And so she slipped out of her bonds and made her way to helping to free her sister from her own bindings. But as she tiptoed passed the dozy tyrant a whisper crept into Sigrun's ear.

      "Flee and you will run forever....kill him and you will RULE forever" the voice said as Sigrun looked back to her sister then back again to the snoring monster that had treated them so cruelly.

      Looking at the chains in her hands Sigrun clenched her fists and slunk behind her captor, placing the chain around his neck.

      The next morning the norse warriors returned to the hall of their lord only to find their leader dead at the foot of his thrown and his former hand-servant casually sitting across it, wearing his armour and jewelry and plunging the heel of her boot into the back of his head. None questioned this, simply accepting power changing hands as a matter of course and one by one, starting with Sture, they bowed to their now Lord and master. Sigrun had freed her sister, and given them both a life for themselves; but what had happened to sister number three?



      And now the Khorne Exalted on her Giant Hound (on the left)

      This is Gunvor, Wandering One.
      Gunvor is the exiled sister of Sigrun; booted from her tribe for devoted worship to the god of War, Khorne.
      In her exile she had to kill to survive. Living in hollowed out remains of titanic monsters like Mammoths, Cockatrices's and Manticores. Never staying in one place for to long.
      Eventually Gunvor befriended a Warhound runt that had been abandoned by its mother; and the pair worked together, hunting larger game to aid each other. But Gunvor would always create a small shrine to Khorne with each kill, littering the wasteland with small edifices to the violent god. And each time she hit his sacred number Khorne would grant her a small mutation to benefit her or her hunting buddy. Such as spikes for the warhound or three toed claws for her to grip her prey.

      One day, years later, Gunvor managed to kill a whole troll and offered the creature's head to Khorne. As a reward for her constant devotion, even during such desperate times, Khorne blessed Gunvor. A portal to the daemon world ripped open and a pair of bloodletters emerged bearing a suit of Daemon-forged armour, with a horned helmet in the shape of a skull. The blonde women accepted this gift, now resembling a human/daemon hybrid in her new armour. And for her hound he was granted armour of his own and a gift of bulk; so much infact that the dog was now the size of a large cow, with huge spikes ripping from his body.

      Settling herself atop the back of her old friend, Gunvor rode out. Heading back to the tribe that had shunned her, aiming to make the largest shrine to Khorne she had made yet...


      And finally double trouble. My Shaggoth duo.


      The Shaggoth with the Great Weapon is called Skark, Sky Igniter. And the less finished one will be getting paired weapons and is called Phoom the Thunderhead.
      They are a pair of brother Shaggoths, spoken in hushed whispers throughout the most monster infested part of Northern wastes. They are said to be part of Krakanrok the Black's linage and alone are only bested by the might Kholek Suneater. But together, they are a force of nature that is just as unstoppable and with much greater malice.
      Phoom is the more reckless of the pair, charging into battle swinging his rune-encrusted axes and roaring like an animal. Skark on the other hand is more stoic and patient, preferring to wait for the opportune moment before charging in and swinging his gargantuan great axe into his chosen target.
      Both brothers have allied themselves with a tribe of Sarl Norscans called the Skjoldbein, who are specialists in using monsters in times of war; mostly due to their location in Troll Country.
      While they are brothers, Phoom and Skark are not always seen fighting side-by-side. In fact Skark has been spotted marching within the ranks of the warriors of the Skjoldbein tribe in far more southerly climbs.

      The first sighting of Skark by non-Norsemen was by a group of Dwarves holed up in one of their Holds in the mountains edging the old world. For sport the Skjoldbein's sat back jeering at the dwarves in their cave before Skark was sent in to "flush them out".

      The titanic Mammal/reptile hybrid cared little for the fact the entrance to the dwarven hold was to small, barging in with one metal-armoured shoulder, sending small boulders of rock skimming across the cavern floor as he thundered forwards towards the main lines.

      While the Dwarf lord and his guards aimed to stop the dark warriors from entering their refinery, they were totally outmatched by the titan. Skark rushed in swinging his axe low, dwarves were either cleaved in half or sent flying onto the cavern walls with a grisly splat noise. The rest were simply trampled under foot and claw.

      The Dwarf Lord did not flee, even in the face of such a mighty monster. But his bravery is now all that is left of him. As the Skjoldbien's found little else as they picked apart the now abandoned structure for any gold they could claim.

      The second major sighting was during a battle with the Empire of men.

      A vast contingent of knights, their silver armour glistening in the sun, clashed with the pitch black warriors of the north. Both sides were unwilling to give an inch; but eventually the pressure started to get to the norsemen, and they started to lose ground.

      But as fear of defeat began to creep into the hearts of the norse an earsplitting crash caught the attention of both sides and a nearby wood seemed to almost part aside as Skark arose from it.

      It seemed that the beast/man had been waiting in the woods for some time, looking for the perfect moment to strike. The knights barely had time to turn to face the new threat as Skark crashed into their flank with a deafening roar, his axe splitting five knights in two with a single sweep.

      A lone knight general, pumped up on his recent victory verses one of the Skjoldbein's champion warriors, tried to challenge the beast to single combat, but was swiftly dealt with by a short sharp sweep of Skark's front claws that ungraciously dismounted him and a sickening splat signaled the Dragon Ogre's back-foot making contact with the would-be hero and then the ground.




      Eldrad wrote:

      For the starters tell me (us) something more about what is the next unit/character you re planning to work on? And why? Does the 1.2 ruleset have any impact on which projects will you pick up or are you doing conversions when you "feel like doing".

      My biggest love are simple and common marauders and barbarians. I've always had a soft spot for conanesque characters drapped in furs and occasional piece of armor. Once I've had 300 of them to represent spartans. They were fairly easy conversions made of normal marauders but each had a spear&shield and cape. Spears were made from the hand with banner pole and the tip was from HE spearelves. Entirety of the rest of the kit was from marauders sprue. Sadly, I had to sell my entire army back then to pay tuition for college :(.

      Right now I'm setting up WotDG as my new/old project and I'm going to start with Barbarians + Chieftain. Them and chaos warriors have always formed the backbone of my armies. When I see orderly ranks of heavily armored warriors and rank upon a rank of barbarians on the tabletop it really brings me the sense of awe.

      I have seen that you've built a classic GW barbarian horde. And that you have started on a small tzeentch unit. Any progress there? Would like to hear your thoughts about each and every of them.

      How do you percieve them on tabletop and in your background?
      Holy moly! Well, better start at the beginning.

      The next one I plan to work on? Well after getting as much done as possible the next I have planned is a pair of Tuurok's. As I plan to use the massive Varanguard Knight models as their base, to build some truly huge models. As I always planned to use these in my Chaos Dwarf army and I want something truly....impressive.
      Plus I have some old Orcs knocking around I shall fix up to use as slaves.
      The 1.2 upgrade I am still looking over. But I do not see a army construction change altering my choice of models, as I go by look than anything else, and I prefer to have at least 1 of everything, to make sure I leave all my options for battle open.

      I love Norse Barbarians as well; but not out of love for Conan (a bit before my time, so it never influenced my childhood). I am more heavily influenced by the art of 6th edition Warhammer. The gritty, dirty style of the norse/beasts/deamons artwork at that point shaped how I see the army and how I want my army to be seen by others.

      I always love a more stoic and calm look for multiple model units as well; leaving over the top poses and movements to single models to make them stand out from the crowd. Which is why I ADORE the 6th ed Chaos Warrior models.

      My aim for the army is in summery, something dark and gritty, with a stoic and calm scariness to it. Like a Panther sitting in the bushes ready to pounce (which is especially how I see my beastmen).

      The big barbarian unit is done, apart from basing 50% of them. So I am simply waiting until I can do some test colours on some other models before I give the whole unit some colour. The Tzeentch one has slowed a bit due to lack of current inspiration for them; it is just how I roll. I need inspiration to keep going on a unit.

      Often with my conversions I look at models that are interesting, and see how I could worm them in to my army. Other times I look at artwork and go "I want THAT in my army" like the massive picture of the Shaggoth in the 6th edition beastmen book. He was the inspiration for Skark and Phoom (btw, Skark's fluff is actually part fluff part battle report, he has seen battle and did exactly as written; stomped a Dwarf army into the dirt and cleaved through an Empire Knight flank like it was tissue-paper).

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    • Well I got a bit more done. So I thought why not a few more pictures?


      First we have Centigors.

      I made a fair few of these when Spears was the only real way of fielding them. But now there are more options I will have to look into making another unit or so.
      I made these from a combination of the Gors and Marauder Horsemen.
      I cut the legs from the Gors and attached them to a blob of green stuff. Then I shaved the details from the Horses and chopped the half-neck off. From there I attached the Gor and made a long strip of dorsal fur and two patches by the waist. Followed by attaching the Standard Bearer pole for the spear, and an Ungor Spear tip.
      Musician was more straight forward. And the Standard was made from the Orc Boar Boys one.
      A little detail is that I only used the stout "grumpy" Gor face, to mimic the metal Centigors closer.

      A bit more complete, here is my Chaos Dwarf Lord on Taurus.

      While the body for the Taurus is obvious. The head is a Minotaur Champion, horns are the Chaos Chariot's big spikes and wings are from the Varghiests.
      The Chaos Dwarf Lord himself is a pair of Dwarf legs with greenstuff cloak on them. Followed by the character riding on the big Salamander model (forgot the name), his helmet was made from a pair of Bloodletter Horns and the back ornament is Gutrot Spume's right-shoulder guard.


      This Corpse Cart has been sitting around for a decade and I plan to change that.

      A simple Khorne Warshrine will be created from this pair as soon as I can find a safe way to get the body pile off it.

      An abandoned 40K Daemon Prince and a Stegadon body here.

      The Prince I am not sure what to do with, but better something than leaving it here to do nothing forever.

      And as for the steg? I have something...big and scaly in store. See if you can guess what.


      Speaking of guesswork, let's see what you make of these.

      These parts are all for a conversion to make the perfect version of a model I am not 100% happy with GW's execution of. Let's try and guess what it is ;).

      That is all for now Gradies and Lentlemen, so enjoy!
    • Tyranno wrote:

      Well I got a bit more done. So I thought why not a few more pictures?



      Speaking of guesswork, let's see what you make of these.

      These parts are all for a conversion to make the perfect version of a model I am not 100% happy with GW's execution of. Let's try and guess what it is ;).

      That is all for now Gradies and Lentlemen, so enjoy!

      Are you making an Alien spawn?
    • Sir_Joker wrote:

      jimmygrill wrote:

      So much awesome 8o
      Exactly my thoughts!
      Yay! Thankyou!

      Haemoglobin wrote:

      Holy crap how did I miss this thread. These are awesome!

      Oh boy I would love to rummage through your bitbox :P
      Well you probably missed it as I didn't tag this thread with ANYTHING....at all...

      tommytucker wrote:

      Haemoglobin wrote:

      Holy crap how did I miss this thread. These are awesome!

      Oh boy I would love to rummage through your bitbox :P
      Is that a euphemism? :)
      Nobody touches my bitsbox! I am a chaos player...I need every part I can get; it will be useful at some point!

      TimW wrote:

      Tyranno wrote:

      Well I got a bit more done. So I thought why not a few more pictures?



      Speaking of guesswork, let's see what you make of these.

      These parts are all for a conversion to make the perfect version of a model I am not 100% happy with GW's execution of. Let's try and guess what it is ;).

      That is all for now Gradies and Lentlemen, so enjoy!
      Are you making an Alien spawn?
      Nope!

      Sir_Joker wrote:

      I guess it will be a manticore ;)
      Well hotdog! We have a wiener! And as a reward I will go further into the upcoming conversion.

      Yes this will be my Manticore with Chaos Lord sitting astride it.

      Now, while I have no new photos to show (I literally cannot work fast enough to keep up with your praise xD) I will drop some thoughts on the manticore.


      THIS is my inspiration for the model and how I hope to have it posed.

      The Carnifex's more rounded head will allow a more human-like (once I reduce the eyes to 2 and add a nose) but still bestial face. I already have some stunning horns to use with it as well.

      Armour will be plentiful on the head and near the saddle, with dangling chainmail.

      The legs will be heavily reposed and pinned into a more prowling posture.

      As for the wings? Possibly angled a bit lower, but that is it. They oddly are my second favorite GW wings after the Black Dragons.

      The tail I will be going for a more traditional Scorpion-like look, rather than this version. This tail was constructed from mildly altered bits of the Aracnarok's legs; pinned together to form the chitinous weapon you see here, then tipped with an upside-down one of the same spiders fangs, which will be rounded out later (It even has a tiny drill-hole for where the venom is injected).

      As for the Rider? I will be going for someone a bit bigger than the packaged Chaos Lord Either Archaeon or a Varanguard Knight will be the rider for this beast. Once I have a good weapon configuration planned (simple choice of hand-weapon+shield or Halberd etc, just so I can model him; if anyone knows a good generic Manticore Lord setup that would be helpful!)
    • Can't wait to see your manticore done, love the ideas so far!

      As for a generic setup, personally I always run him with some kind of magic sword (would be beast Halberd otherwise but imo it's better to go ogre sword or burning blade) +shield. The save is really important on him. You might want to magnetize an arm though since bsb rider is pretty useful, especially if you run 2x manticores or gen on dragon.
    • Sir_Joker wrote:

      I am certain you will create an awesome centre piece for your army :)
      Centerpiece? Who said this was going to be a centerpiece? It will be just another model :P.

      Nesgoth wrote:

      Can't wait to see your manticore done, love the ideas so far!

      As for a generic setup, personally I always run him with some kind of magic sword (would be beast Halberd otherwise but imo it's better to go ogre sword or burning blade) +shield. The save is really important on him. You might want to magnetize an arm though since bsb rider is pretty useful, especially if you run 2x manticores or gen on dragon.
      I can't wait either! The art really inspires me to make it look just like that.

      Well. If I run 2 Manticore's I have to have 2 Manticore models; so a second one holding a Battle Standard would be better than magnets (as I am not a huge fan of them).
      But classic Sword and Board model sounds like a safe pick. Thanks!

      LoreSeeker wrote:

      Hot stuff going on here! Subscribed ;)
      Oh you are too kind!

      Sorry there are no pictures this update. But I will be posting some little bits of info and a few necessary questions.

      I have some Slaaneshi Warriors with no weapons that I aim to fix-up. What is the best layout for them?

      What is the average points size for a game nowadays? As I want to get a list done so I know what I have to work harder towards.

      What builds are there for Daemon Princes? Or what builds for each mark?

      And as for an update. I have managed to secure myself some old models. All metal Beastmen, but I shall leave them as a surprise until they arrive.

      Right now I feel I should be "fixing" some of my older models I am not 100% happy with, partly to save money and partly because some had good ideas behind them, but the executions were a little...rough.
    • Tyranno wrote:

      I have some Slaaneshi Warriors with no weapons that I aim to fix-up. What is the best layout for them?

      I'd love to know this myself as I've got some Lust Chosen incoming.



      What is the average points size for a game nowadays? As I want to get a list done so I know what I have to work harder towards.


      As far as I'm aware the average point size for an army is 4500 points which is an effective decrease by 250 in 1.1 points.


      What builds are there for Daemon Princes? Or what builds for each mark?

      As far as I know Daemon Princes are unfortunately not a particularly viable choice and as such there are no really serviceable builds for them. I'd love to be told otherwise on this however.



      And as for an update. I have managed to secure myself some old models. All metal Beastmen, but I shall leave them as a surprise until they arrive.

      Oh, kinkay!
      I love me some beastmen, especially if they are WDG:ified. Looking forward to seeing them!

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    • TimW wrote:

      Tyranno wrote:

      I have some Slaaneshi Warriors with no weapons that I aim to fix-up. What is the best layout for them?

      I'd love to know this myself as I've got some Lust Chosen incoming.

      Oooo! I am curious to see those.

      What is the average points size for a game nowadays? As I want to get a list done so I know what I have to work harder towards.


      As far as I'm aware the average point size for an army is 4500 points which is an effective decrease by 250 in 1.1 points.


      What builds are there for Daemon Princes? Or what builds for each mark?

      As far as I know Daemon Princes are unfortunately not a particularly viable choice and as such there are no really serviceable builds for them. I'd love to be told otherwise on this however.

      Nuts! I guess it might be a response to the Daemon Prince Domination of 8th :P


      And as for an update. I have managed to secure myself some old models. All metal Beastmen, but I shall leave them as a surprise until they arrive.

      Oh, kinkay!
      I love me some beastmen, especially if they are WDG:ified. Looking forward to seeing them!

      They wont be altered. I love the Beasts of Chaos aesthetic and I would not dream of changing it. Hell I played them BEFORE Hordes of Chaos.
      Plus. These models are metal. The most they will be getting is a weapon swap or a Chariot Mount.



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