RIP Leonard Nimoy. Gutted. Boldy gone.
Most of my old Brotherhood army had been repainted a few years ago to be used in my Warhammer $40,000 Grey Knights army, but there were still more in the Loft Full Of Lead. So having started Warzone Resurrection recently, I grabbed a few more units for a quick touch up.
The unit below is a unit of Arch Primates from the previous edition of Warzone, I have used these as a unit of standard Brotherhood Troopers.
There has been much gnashing of teeth recently as I find there is too much stuff on the painting table. I have several projects on the go and I want to get each finished as quickly as possible.
So the result is that I have a Warzone “Classic” Dark Legion army on the table for Warzone Ressurrection, some old Brotherhood models that are being refreshed, the Land Train for my Steam Wars projects and lots of other stuff not even shown…
There is an Axis army for Dust, all the Prussian Scrunts and plenty of steampunk artillery.
So I have prioritise some of the stuff and as I am currently getting into Warzone Resurrection, I want to get a “new” army painted, so the Dark Legion will jump to the front of the queue. Joken John is expecting a new force to oppose his Capitol and it would be a shame to disappoint.
Just about ready to put the whole of the Regency Armed Forces together with all of the various units and work on the army list.
As I am building two different forces, I am trying to maintain some sort of style for each army. These Assault Bots and Quad-Walkers will be used to support the Regency infantry units.
I will have to try to get the whole army into one photograph just to see how insane it all is…
With all the steampunk modelling and painting going around here, I must finish the rules that will be used to actually get these models onto the tabletop and into a game. I have set myself the goal of completing the game rules and the army lists for the Prussian Scrunts and the Imperial Army by the end of April.
This set of rules will be called…
…A long time ago in an alternate timeline not very far away….
These rules are based on the No Quarter Fantasy rules that have been around for 14 years or so, but they have been streamlined and simplified to make the games quicker and the building of army lists a bit easier. It is in fact No Quarter Lite.
Another of the original Warzone Dark Legion models is the Metropolitan Prophet. Can’t remember what he did on the game, I just liked the model…
I think it could be used as a Necromutant leader, it just needs a bit of a touch up on the paint job.
I have always liked this Ramshackle armoured bear and have wanted an excuse to use one for something. Using a spare Meridian officer torso, I now have a scary cavalry model to lead the infantry into battle. Great for morale!