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The Return of the Wulfen!!

Greetings all,

Jamie #1 Here, I have been working on my Wulfen for the last 2 weeks and have almost finished them, just small details to touch up. Then it dawned on me that since it is a miracle that I have actually painted something within a couple of weeks of buying it, I should celebrate with a blog post.

First off I had some issues with getting the body on the legs, the whole assembly was odd if im honest but did allow for some customization. You are given all the weapons you can dream of so all the frost and hammers that a space wolf could want.

After finally getting everything assembled which did take a ridiculous amount of time (Most likely due to my own abilities) while following the handy instructions that were provided, I had a 5 Man squad of Wulfen ready to tear something part... Once they get painted that is but that's a small detail in my world.

I have to say these models where quite fun to paint all be it fiddly and frustrating at times, with weapons and pelts getting in the way on several occasions. I wanted to try something different with my weapons by giving them a frost effect. After a trial on some wolf claws on a terminator.

Which I was very happy with I decided that this would be the effect on all close combat weapons in the army.

The Wulfen Pack Leader in my honest opinion needed to have a change in stance as that Kung Fu Crane was just silly, I swapped one of the feet to push the model forward to make it look like he was charging rather than asking to be killed like a Cultist. This has to be my favourite model out of the unit.

The rest of the unit consists of 2 shield and thunder hammer Wulfen for much needed survivability for the unit to make it to combat, otherwise they would die before making it there which would make me a sad panda.

Followed swiftly by a Frost Axe Wulfen to cleave through units and those tasty wraith knights that we love to beat up. Normally left to the thunderwolves but now i have a new unit that will be designated for monster hunting.

Last but not least is the remaining Wulfen with a pair of frost claws which can kill most things with ap2 str 6 attacks.

Overall these models have been fun to paint and a pain to assemble and I cant wait to use them on the tabletop, until then Keep on fighting.


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