These Skorpekh Destroyers are happily slaughtering Ultramarines in a whirlwind of hyperphase weaponry. I really enjoyed painting these and it’s got me thinking about army building. More on this after the jump.
When I received the Indomitus set I thought I’d paint a few Necrons here and there, but mainly I was interested in expanding my Dark Angel army, but now I’m thinking of concentrating on the Necrons and aiming for 2000pt of painted army.
It’s weird how a few painted models here and there can all of a sudden grow into a sizeable force. I’ve settled into the paint scheme and I’m at the point where I can comfortably batch paint the scheme quickly now, which is handy because I have 20 Necron Warriors and 6 Scarab Swarms left to paint.
With just Warriors and Scarabs left to paint I guess it’s time to start to thinking about what to add next? I could buy more starter sets and bulk out on Warriors and add some Monoliths. Or maybe I go down the Destroyer cult route and add Ophydian, Hexmark and Lokhust Heavy Destroyers. And then of course there is the Silent King, he’d make a truly amazing centre piece. So many amazing choices.
Here’s my little army so far. Basically I’ve painted all the hard to paint models from Indomitus first (and a Void Dragon) leaving the easier Scarabs and Warriors left to do. I guess I had better order the new Codex.
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Thats what happened to me. Got a good deal on necron half just to paint up and then the got another as a thanks for helping unload a moving truck. Next thing I know I have a codex, doomsday ark and an non GW nightbringer. Guess I'm playing necrons