Showcase: Warcry: Heart of Ghur Gnarlwood terrain (incl. painting guides)
Finishing off my trio of Warcry Heart of Ghur posts, I share the completed Gnarlwood terrain set. Not only that, this post also includes my paint recipe painting guide and as an extra bonus I have photographed all 4 of my completed Warcry boxed games, that’s Warcry Starter Set, Catacombs, Red Harvest and the latest Heart of Ghur.
Showcase: Warcry Horns of Hashut (incl. painting guides)
This weekend sees the release of Warcry Heart of Ghur and I was lucky enough to be sent the starter set early to paint up. I’ll be sharing the war bands and terrain in their own posts starting with the Horns of Hashut.
Review: Warcry Heart of Ghur (2nd Edition starter set)
Usher into the Era of the Beast with the new edition of Warcry and our review of Heart of Ghur, the new starter set that relocates the game’s setting from the Eightpoints to the Gnarlwood in the Realm of Beasts. There are two brand new warbands to discover, a board full of new terrain, and slightly revised rules, so find out more in this review.
Showcase: Dominion of Sigmar Arcane Ruins
I’ve added a few new pieces to my Age of Sigmar / Warcry collection: columns and braziers from the Dominion of Sigmar sets, mounted on a baseplate from the old Warhammer Fantasy Arcane Ruins. Find out more in this post.
Showcase: Warcry Fomoroid Crusher
Smashing through from the Eight Points this week is my take on the Fomoroid Crusher for Warcry. An overall amazing kit with a ton of options and bits. Reminding us that the word Ogre isn’t a synonym for a green swamp dwelling creature with Scottish accent voiced by a Canadian.
Showcase: Warcry Darkoath Savagers
On today’s post I share the Darkoath Savages I finished on the last day of December. These models are part of the Warcry Red Harvest Boxed Game and were the last models I needed to paint to complete that game. It always feels great to finish a boxed game. I also own a sizeable (over 2000pts) army of painted Slaves to Darkness, so these are great additions I’m happy to add.
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