Showcase: Warcry Stormcast Questor Soulsworn (inc. painting guide)
Unable to dispatch his armies into the thick undergrowth of the Gnarlwood, Sigmar created the Questor Soulsworn. Elite groups of powerful armour clad warriors armed with powerful and devastating weaponry such as Grandhammers. Led by a Questor Prime, the group is also joined by a Knight Relictor. Check out this post to see my painted Questor Soulsworn Warcry Warband, with some insights into how they play and a painting guide recipe card.
Showcase: Warcry Royal Beastflayers (inc. painting guide)
Heeding the call of their liege, the Royal Beastflayer and her noble entourage sally forth into the Gnarlwood to clear their lands of monstrous beasts. The reality is far from this version of events with the truth being these deluded ghouls are under the influence of an insane vampire with a monstrous hunger. Check out this post to see my painted Royal Beastflayer Warcry Warband, with some insights into how they play and a painting guide recipe card.
Showcase: Warcry Bloodhunt boxed game (inc. painting guides)
Warcry Bloodhunt is the third release in the Warcry Heart of Ghur series (also know as Season 2). In today’s blog post I round up all my pictures and painting guides I made whilst completing this set in one handy dandy location.
Showcase: Warcry Claws of Karanak (inc. painting guide)
Sniffing the air for the scent of their prey, the Claws of Karanak charge onto the blog today. Check out my thoughts on how I think this warband might play in a game of Warcry and I’ll also share my tutorial guides for painting the Claws of Karanak.
Showcase: Askurgan Trueblades Warcry Warband (inc. painting guide)
The Askurgan Trueblades have risen from their meditation and martial honing practices to leave their monastic lifestyle behind them to venture onto the blog today. Check out my thoughts on how I think this warband might play in a game of Warcry and I’ll also share my tutorial guides for painting an Askurgan Trueblade and a Curseblood.
Review: Warcry Bloodhunt
We’re knee-deep in the 2nd season of Warcry and today we review Warcry: Bloodhunt, the third of four Warcry campaign boxes set in the Realm of Beasts. This box introduces two new warbands, namely the vampiric Askurgan Trueblades and Khorne-worshipping Claws of Karanak, who duke it out over Gnarlwood fortifications. Let’s unbox and see what’s inside.
Showcase: Warcry Sundered Fate Boxed Game (inc. painting guides)
Completely painting a boxed set from start to finish is a lot of work, and requires stamina and determination. You have to put the hours in or it just won’t happen. To celebrate the completion of this monumental task, it’s time for me to break out the camera and share my finished Warcry Sundered Fate set.
Showcase: Jade Obelisk Warcry Warband (inc. painting guides)
The Jade Obelisk have smashed their way on to the blog and today I’ll talk about these stoney cursed fighters and their Warcry tactics. I’ll also share my tutorial guides for painting a Desecretor and their familiar Idolarc.
Showcase: Seraphon Hunters of Huanchi Warcry Warband (inc. painting guides)
The Hunters of Huanchi have arrived on the blog and today I’ll talk about these Seraphon Skinks and their tactics. I’ll also share my painting guides for painting Chameleon Skinks and their Terrawing allies.
First look: Warcry Sundered Fate unboxing
Today we review the second box from the current Warcry season, Sundered Fate. Garfy has already assembled the new models, and with the two new warbands, the Hunters of Huanchi and the Jade Obelisk, as well as new Gnarlwoods terrain, there is a lot to discover, so check out our unboxing.
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