Confessions of a Warhammer Wife Bruce’s obsession with Warhammer was only
revealed to me during our second year of dating. We had been together a long
time by then – had even lived together for the majority of that time while at
University. And still I didn’t know about this one aspect of Bruce’s nerd-dom. When Bruce and I first began dating I was
fully aware of – even besotted by - his nerdy credentials. Together we had
played hours of Halo 3 and Mario Kart, swapped manga and even visited the
cinema for a solo late night screening of Star Trek. Yet this did not prepare
me for what would become one of his main loves in life. It all started back in 2012. We had been
living separately back at our parents’ homes after University – me in
Yorkshire, he in Worcester. I would often travel down to visit him and on one
such occasion I was told of a new friend Bruce had made through work. Damien.
They had apparently bonded when Bruce had taken on old model – a Tyranid
Warrior I believe – into his …
Hello everyone, Sam here, it has been a while since I have posted on here and wanted to share what I have been working on. My first loyalist (shudder) army. Also my first guard army. Over the past 10 months or so I have been slowly building and painting a Death Korps of Krieg army using the seige of Vraaks book. I have been attempting a unit a week but like we all do my attention and attitude towards painting blows hot and cold. I was origionally drawn to Krieg due to their post apocalyptic / menacing appearance and thought that they would be perfect for a renegades army. However the more that I read and planned the army, the more interested in the Krieg themselves that I became. This lead me to my first order of death riders and the other more krieg units. This is not to say that i wont experiment with renegades as i have found some wicked looking zombie krieg models that I may incorperate in the future. I expect this army to play in a totally different style to those I currently use …
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