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Mechanicus Knights Hobby Update

For the love of Mars I don’t know what I was thinking over the Christmas break, but I decided to come up with a personal challenge to get myself playing and working on Adeptus Mechanicus and Imperial Knights. Long story short I had set about the task of completing the following: 2 Kastelan Robots w/Magnetized wrist mounts. 2 Armiger Helverins

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Games Workshop Vigilus Campaign Reveal: Calgar goes Primaris and so does the Victrix Guard. (Some Black Legion as well!)

I’m super excited by this, and I know it’s a very contentious issue in our hobby but we all have to understand; the hobby has to grow. To quote the most hated of Xenos scum… it’s for “The Greater Good”. Love or hate Primaris this weekend Games Workshop revealed what their teaser video had hinted at. Marneus Calgar would step

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A Prot 40K Battle Report: Deathwatch vs. Genestealer Cult 2K + FAQ / Abominant testing.

Greetings everyone. I typically do Battle reports on the Bolter and Chainsword but we’ve been down for a while now however we should be back up sooner rather than later with any luck. In the meantime I thought I should put up a quick batrep based on my trials and tribulations with Deathwatch. They’ve been surprisingly difficult to play and

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Thousand Sons: Ahriman, Decimator and Kill Team Hobby Update

It’s been a few days since an update and while I’ve been still working on a lot of projects I really haven’t finished much. I’m still slowly plodding away on Admech, Custodes, and even the Deathwatch still but the project I’ve been really enjoying is the Thousand Sons. Ahriman has taken me a very long time. I would do him

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Deathworld Terrain in 45 Minutes or Less!

So if you’re like me you’d much rather play 40K than build and paint terrain. But I do believe part of a great experience comes from great terrain. I won’t lie… the Deathworld Terrain never appealed to me. “Aquarium trees” probably best describes my initial reaction. But they’ve grown me as I’ve seen them applied on different boards, and to

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