Savage Coyote

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  1. I'm painting up a Terran force just in case I change my mind at the last second... :D
  2. I'll look at the rule book at home as I can't really answer the question haha!
  3. The Ritterlich emblem is a decal from Fighting Piranha Graphics!
  4. Here's a Ritterlich Cataphract attack CAV painted in the 5th Dornheim Brigade's scheme. The Cataphract is available for sale and this is one of the grey bones miniatures from the first kickstarter!
  5. Here is the CAV Lion II anti-grav tank from the upcoming kickstarter. This resin master turned out great; the final will be in the grey Bones used by CAV! Scheme is from the 5th Dornheim Brigade, "Marienburg Dragoons." Their tanks are painted a dark grey while the CAVs wear the light blue and black.
  6. Hey all! Here is a resin master of the new upcoming Cheetah attack CAV! I've painted it in the scheme of the 5th Dornheim Brigade, "Marienburg Dragoons." The forthcoming model will be in the CAV grey bones which also paint up pretty nice!
  7. I plan on playing and going Ritter I think!
  8. Yup, what CAVBoss said! Most legions might have a parade program they type in for that sort of thing (or for quick recognition on the field of battle by both opponents and friendlies) As an example, the 25th Legion uses a tan (think US Army/Marines desert tan tanks/vehicles) color scheme with teal/turquoise highlights as it's "standard, default" scheme. But on the fly they can punch in whatever, though have a habit of leaving the teal highlights just because they can. I LOVE the army you have there and think your scheme would look great on CAV's! Before I saw the army I thought the darker purple with turquoise/green highlights and brown splotches in the upper left paper. Thats the same scheme right?
  9. Thats in the works, though real life has slapped me pretty hard in the face on the painting front
  10. It's a tough one. Fire support can unbalance the game quickly (unless you race in under their ranges or can drop in right in their face.) All fire support forces would quickly tear anyone that wasn't ready for them apart. Of course then does the force building then switch to all drop armies to counter all fire support forces? And is it good for the game? I think the need of additional attack role units is a big thing for this. Once may hits, Ritter gets their Tigers and Sabertooths (and Dervish) and uh, well, i'm drawing a blank on what else besides Rhino's and Cataphracts :D
  11. I tried! I tried sooooooooooooooooo hard. It felt like in the case of the Destroids, they just used the older N scale kits that are out on the market, shrunk them down and said done! I wish I had mine on a sprue still so I could check, but then thats getting into that effort thing again :D
  12. Eh, I just put them together with super glue... probably took an hour? Seam lines and the like are just impossible at that scale to really get rid of (or I should say, beyond my desire to invest time into!)
  13. Cool, glad you enjoyed it!
  14. This looks like fun!
  15. Yup! Independents can use anything they like with the idea they have either salvaged it or bought it from the manufacturer or some other dealer. They won't get a faction doctrine, but when you can chose anything in the universe, it balances out.