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#1 mousekiller

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Posted 06 January 2010 - 09:00 PM

Well, some of you may know that a while back I did a 500 point mortals of chaos army (about two years ago I think). Anyway, I have decided to bring them out of retirement and up to date with the new rules. Originally, I had included furies (gargoyles) in the list, but with the new rules I have had to shelve them, though I do hope to bring them out of retirement in the future.

The 1000 point army (1004):

MACDEATH, Exalted of Khorne on a Demonic Mount, Chaos Armour, Shield, Mark of Khorne, Chaos Runesword - 250 points
Festus the Leechlord - 185 points
KURGAN'S BASTARDS, Marauders of Chaos w/Light, Great Weapons, CMD, Mark of Khorne - 113 points
10 Kurgans Bastards - 60 points
DEATH DEALERS, Mounted Marauders w/Shield, Light, Spear, CMD - 125 points
KURGAN'S BRED, Warhounds w/scaly skin, poison - 51 points
The Brutes, 3 Chaos Ogres, Mutant Ogre, Additional HW, Mark of Khorne, Chaos Armour - 185 points
CERBERUS, Spawn - 55 points

Increments of War:

500 Points
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MACDEATH
Born of a harlot of Kurgan's Harem, Kurgan immediately bowed in reverence when he saw his own child gifted with the mark of khorne emblazoned on his forehead, knowing full well that this was a sign from Khorne that this child was destined for great things. Knowing that if the mark were to be true, and that Khorne would let no harm come to the boy, he brought three of his fiecest warhounds to a pit and dropped him inside. MacDeath, even in his infamacy, landed feet first and brutally strangled all three mutts to death, proceeding to suckle blood as if feeding from his mother when he was finished. His father then fashioned a great cloak from the hides of the hounds and gifted it to his son. This victory would be but the first of many that Khorne would challenge him with. During his tenth year, MacDeath encountered a monstrous demon of a horse. After four days of battle, MacDeath finally wrestled the beast to the ground and forced it into submission. Over the next years a great resentment grew in the tribe from Kurgans favoratism of his son, and in his 16th year twenty one of his brothers entered his tent to slay him, only to find death for themselves. Now the skulls of his brothers decorate his horse and cloak, a deadly reminder to all of his kin of who now rules the clan. Recently, MacDeath has felt the call of Khorne, and so leads the Clan of Kurgan across the north, seeking to please the blood god.

KURGAN BLOODCALLER
Kurgan Bloodcaller, worshipper of Khorne, breeder of dogs, and hoarder of harlots. Dressed in armour made from the bones of those he has slain, Kurgan has had to accept his new place in the hierarchy of his harem. Choosing to lead the strongest of his whelps to battle, leaving his harem of 342 women at the hearth until his return from the Khorne given quest that his son, Macdeath, has been led to embark on.


KURGAN'S BASTARDS
Kurgan Bastards are made of the many offspring that Kurgan's many wives have given him. Survival of the fittest is the rule of law for the Bloodcaller clan, and Kurgans bastards are treated the same as, if not worse then the mutts he breeds. Many of his children have been fed to the hounds for showing weakness, but those that survive to adulthood are pressed into service pillaging the necessary supplies needed for the clan to survive.

DEATH DEALERS
Some of Kurgans breeding have been raised to handle horses, helping to round up mutts and potential "wives" over the long years.

KURGAN'S BRED
These warhounds have been raised by Kurgan to be the fiercest, toughest, and most controllable animals in all the northland. It is rumoured that some of the hounds may have been the offspring of some of Kurgans Harem, gifts from the Blood God himself.

CERBERUS
This is the most ferocious of all of Kurgans hounds, worshipped by some of his breeding to be a gift from Khorne himself. This monstrosity has the heads of three hounds, a mane of poisonous snakes, and the tail of a dragon.


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#2 mousekiller

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Posted 06 January 2010 - 09:14 PM

KURGAN'S BASTARDS
Kurgan Bloodcaller, worshipper of Khorne, breeder of dogs, and hoarder of harlots. Accepting his new place in the hierarchy of his harem, Kurgan has chosen to lead the strongest of his whelps to battle, leaving his harem of 342 women at the hearth until his return from the Khorne given quest that his son, Macdeath, has been led to embark on.

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#3 JimL

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Posted 06 January 2010 - 10:00 PM

Those are awesome. As a curiosity how do you store all of your armies and assorted figures?
To crush your enemies, to see them driven before you, and to hear the lamentations of their women!
The difficult we do immediately, the impossible takes a little longer!
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Posted 07 January 2010 - 09:04 PM

KURGAN'S BASTARDS - continued
Kurgan Bloodcaller, worshipper of Khorne, breeder of dogs, and hoarder of harlots. Accepting his new place in the hierarchy of his harem, Kurgan has chosen to lead the strongest of his whelps to battle, leaving his harem of 342 women at the hearth until his return from the Khorne given quest that his son, Macdeath, has been led to embark on.

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Posted 08 January 2010 - 12:14 AM

KURGAN'S BRED
These warhounds have been raised by Kurgan to be the fiercest, toughest, and most controllable animals in all the northland. Fed only human flesh since birth (mostly from the undesirable children and women of Kurgans Harem), these monstrosities are larger by far than any normal hound.

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Posted 08 January 2010 - 12:18 AM

KURGAN'S BRED - continued
These warhounds have been raised by Kurgan to be the fiercest, toughest, and most controllable animals in all the northland. Fed only human flesh since birth (mostly from the undesirable children and women of Kurgans Harem), these monstrosities are larger by far than any normal hound.

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Posted 08 January 2010 - 12:20 AM

KURGAN'S BRED - continued
These warhounds have been raised by Kurgan to be the fiercest, toughest, and most controllable animals in all the northland. Fed only human flesh since birth (mostly from the undesirable children and women of Kurgans Harem), these monstrosities are larger by far than any normal hound.

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Posted 09 January 2010 - 02:44 PM

DEATH DEALERS
Some of Kurgans breeding have been raised to handle horses, helping to round up mutts and potential "wives" over the long years. The Death Dealers are led by Angus Bloodflank, one of Kurgans more bloodthirsty. He delights in the ringing of battle, as he knows that with battle comes the ability for him to kill.

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Posted 09 January 2010 - 03:34 PM

Good stuff, and great background for them. The basing is fantastic!

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Posted 11 January 2010 - 11:51 PM

DEATH DEALERS - continued
Some of Kurgans breeding have been raised to handle horses, helping to round up mutts and potential "wives" over the long years. The Death Dealers are led by Angus Bloodflank, one of Kurgans more bloodthirsty. He delights in the ringing of battle, as he knows that with battle comes the ability for him to kill.

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Posted 11 January 2010 - 11:52 PM

DEATH DEALERS - continued
Some of Kurgans breeding have been raised to handle horses, helping to round up mutts and potential "wives" over the long years. The Death Dealers are led by Angus Bloodflank, one of Kurgans more bloodthirsty. He delights in the ringing of battle, as he knows that with battle comes the ability for him to kill.

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Posted 12 January 2010 - 12:00 AM

CERBERUS
This is the most ferocious of all of Kurgans hounds, worshipped by some of his breeding to be a gift from Khorne himself. This monstrosity has the heads of three hounds, a mane of poisonous snakes, and the tale of a dragon.

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#13 mousekiller

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Posted 17 January 2010 - 11:34 AM

MACDEATH
Born of a harlot of Kurgan's Harem, Kurgan immediately bowed in reverence when he saw his own child gifted with the mark of khorne emblazoned on his forehead, knowing full well that this was a sign from Khorne that this child was destined for great things. Knowing that if the mark were to be true, and that Khorne would let no harm come to the boy, he brought three of his fiecest warhounds to a pit and dropped him inside. MacDeath, even in his infamacy, landed feet first and brutally strangled all three mutts to death, proceeding to suckle blood as if feeding from his mother when he was finished. His father then fashioned a great cloak from the hides of the hounds and gifted it to his son. This victory would be but the first of many that Khorne would challenge him with. During his tenth year, MacDeath encountered a monstrous demon of a horse. After four days of battle, MacDeath finally wrestled the beast to the ground and forced it into submission. Over the next years a great resentment grew in the tribe from Kurgans favoratism of his son, and in his 16th year twenty one of his brothers entered his tent to slay him, only to find death for themselves. Now the skulls of his brothers decorate his horse and cloak, a deadly reminder to all of his kin of who now rules the clan. Recently, MacDeath has felt the call of Khorne, and so leads the Clan of Kurgan across the north, seeking to please the blood god.

Manufactured: Games Workshop 5th edition
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Painted: 31 May 2010

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Posted 17 January 2010 - 04:11 PM

Awesome army, can't wait to see how MacDeath comes along.
To crush your enemies, to see them driven before you, and to hear the lamentations of their women!
The difficult we do immediately, the impossible takes a little longer!
These guys rock, check them out! http://www.halestormrocks.com/

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Posted 07 March 2010 - 09:23 AM

Ok, so I have pretty much gotten MacDeath fleshed out to certain degree, mostly just th ebase coats at tthis point. Any suggestions?

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