Showcase: Warcry: Crypt of Blood terrain
The gloomy crypt of Noctis in Shyish is the setting for Warcry: Crypt of Blood. The box contains six new terrain pieces, and I didn’t miss the chance to paint them for my terrain collection. Find out how in this showcase post.
Showcase: Warcry Hunter & Hunted Ogor Mawtribes Mawpit (inc. painting guide)
The Warcry team at Games Workshop has been crushing it with their Realm of Ghur themed terrain and models and the latest set Warcry Hunter & Hunted is no exception with an impressively large Sarlaac pit, sorry, I mean’t Mawpit included. Join me in today’s post where I share photos painting guides and take a look at the Mawpit’s Warcry rules.
Showcase: Warcry: Crypt of Blood Starter Set (inc. painting guides)
Are you new to Warcry? Is the new Crypt of Blood Starter Set worth getting? I’ll share my thoughts after having painted the entire set. I’ll also share painting guides for the entire contents of the box alongside some stunning cinematic photography.
Showcase: The Grymwatch (inc. painting guide)
Join me on a quest to track down a gallant bunch of elusive heroes so I can recruit them to the court of my Arch Regent. On today’s blog post, I share how I got my hands on the discontinued Grymwatch, some stunning photography and how I painted them.
Showcase: Warcry: Crypt of Blood Terrain (inc. painting guides)
You’ve ordered Warcry Crypt of Blood and you plan to throw the paper gaming sheet in the bin and make your own board, the next step is to paint the Crypt Noctis. I’ll share how I painted my ancient burial ground terrain pieces in this blog post.
Review: Warcry: Crypt of Blood starter set
Similar to Kill Team before it, Warcry, the skirmish offshoot of Warhammer Age of Sigmar, now also receives a compact starter box. However, it’s surprising that the set doesn’t include models or terrain pieces from the original Warcry launch box. Instead, it features two recycled Warhammer: Underworlds warbands combined with a new set of graveyard scenery. In my review, I’ll explain whether Warcry: Crypt of Blood is worth it or not.
Tutorial: How to make your own Warcry Starter Set Wargaming Board
In this blog post I explain in detail how I made a proper 3d warcry board to replace the paper one that comes in the Warcry Starter Set. Includes FREE downloads.
Showcase: Warcry: Nightmare Quest boxed game (inc. painting guides)
Warcry Nightmare Quest is the fourth and final 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 location. There’s also a shot of all 4 Warcry boards set up as an Age of Sigmar gaming table.
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.