Several years ago I bought some GW Tomb Kings figures from a young man who had made a brief foray into Warhammer Fantasy, seduced no doubt by the Citadel beautiful figures. I had full intentions of completing a WHF Tomb Kings army (having been the victim of the same hobby seduction), but realised that this wasn't really going to be a realistic objective. So I was left with quite a few infantry skeletons, a carrion, some Tomb Swarms, and a couple of Liche priests. I'd also bought a couple of delightful wooden Egyptian figures, intending that they would become some nice scenery,
Well... you've guessed it, I could hardly leave these figures languishing in a box, they have been transformed into my newest HotT army of Tomb Kings. There ae plenty of figures, so you se below more than 24 army points.
The army composition is:
1 x Hero
1 x Magician
2 x Behemoths (those fantastic wooden souvenir figures)
1 x Flyer
4 x Spears
4 x Blade (one is the general)
That's 34 army points, so there are plenty of options. This army will be different from any of the others I have completed so far, with its Spear and Blade bases.
There was a chance. It was an outside chance, but it was still a chance. The Bosche had not yet reached the river. They could still be held....
Life on the ocean waves ... .. an' there be pirates .. an' there be rum .. an there be .. adventure ... arrrrrr So, when A...
I really enjoy good authorship and research that busts popularly held myths. In that vein some years ago good friend Pete lent me a couple o...
I've had a bit of a plan for a while to try fighting over the the same terrain with armies in different periods. I am fascinated in see...