We are planning what could be an interesting game of 40K this weekend, it is an attempt to see how a single Imperial Reaver Titan will do against a Knights army. Will it be a quick game? For sure it will take a while for the Reaver wounds to be reduced, it is more a question of how quickly can the Reaver take out each Knight.
The Reaver Titan has three very powerful weapons so could fire at three different targets each turn. It will be an interesting confrontation and we will attempt to capture the results.
Many years ago, I painted up some Grymn models from Hasslefree, a set of seven stout chaps and a couple of armoured character types.
I decided they need a bit of a touch up so did not feel too bad about using them in a game of Rogue Stars. Basically I just wanted to repaint the bases and give them a good inking.
The second set of ruins being inked have interior detail although it was still an unfinished version. I had to add some exterior plank effect to hide some tabs…
Gaslands is a cool little game, I really must find time to convert some more cars, I still only have a few that are finished.
We did a Zombie squishing game recently, basically drive around and run over as many as possible. This is actually more difficult than you would think as the movement templates mean you really have to plan ahead.
In another game of Dragon Rampant, I fielded my Treefolk once again, a collection of oldish models that were not getting used for anything else.
Scantily clad i-Kore Sirens are armed with light bows and very little armour, obviously. As Dragon Rampant has a number of standard unit profiles, it is sometimes a challenge to match the models to the model profiles.
This old Reaper Wyvern is a nice model, another that does not come out much.
These GW models were originally bought to use as a Blood Bowl team, but I never got around to that. But having twelve means they make a great infantry unit.
The flying Wyvern is able to move over terrain so usually gets into combat first. This game was against Mr Steinbergs Saxons who were on the lookout for Gems and perhaps any firewood they could get their hands on.
These are also old i-Kore models, Blood Reavers, a reduced model unit but fast an heavily armoured.
The Saxons Command unit took up a sensible position in a ruined tower and managed to keep out of trouble for the battle.
Unfortunately the Treefolk army collapsed, the Saxons got their firewood. So in about 20 or 30 years, some more trees should have finished growing and they will have their revenge…