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On 11/29/2019 at 1:38 AM, Glitterwolf said:

Weekend Challenge November 29th / December 1st.

Pick an army/character/monster you painted and tell me it's story! ( heroic or monstrous deeds, battlereports, quest reports)

 

 

I do mostly skirmish and large wargames so I'll tell you a bit about my high elves. No names will be used to protect the innocent and stupid. Plus I never got around to doing a real detailed back story for them. They were the first Warhammer army I bought as a young adult back in around '93 and the scond I finished painting in around 2017. They and my goblin army are my most used for the last 10+ years. They are a proud elite unit covered in shiny armour and carrying the best quality weapons. Despite this and their decades of training they are mostly useless on the battlefield. The ultimate parade ground soldiers. Leading the army is the Dragon Knights. Mounted on the best steeds in the world and wearing the finest heavy plate armour they have a record of running away from every battle they ever fought (maybe not quite but it sure seems like it). I guess they just don't want to risk the pretty horses and shiny armor getting dinged up. On the plus side they are often the only survivors of their battles because they spend much of their time running almost to the edge of the field and then returning for another quick melee before running away again. I supposed they think they are just using proper hit and run cavalry tactics.

 

The other elite troops of the army are infantry, white lions, swordmasters and phoenix guard. The lions and phoenixes have a decent record but tend to be missile magnets so never have enough numbers left to sway the melee in their favour. The swordmasters are impressive usually in a suicidal way. They take the fight to the enemy and often stand to the last man causing much more damage than they take before succumbing. The true heroes of the army are the archers. As is to be expected of elves they are deadly with their bows. While the pretty swordsmen and spearmen are busy stumbling around and dying they cause a large amount of damage to any enemies and even can hold their own in melee.

 

This army is supposed to be a small, deadly elite force and yet it is one of my larger ones and despite their stats on paper they are unlucky and most often lose. Compare it to their most common enemy the goblins who are supposed to be a weak, horde army yet win more of their battles and are outnumbered by the elves. This is slowly changing as the goblins seem to have an active breeding program going and their numbers are always increasing while the elves have mostly stagnated for years.

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On 11/28/2019 at 3:22 PM, Glitterwolf said:

 

Right sorry about that. It seems I posted a question and forgot to hit submit reply...

 

NOVEMBER 28th.

Do you keep all of your painted minis or do you sell them /give them away?

I've sold a few, given more away, but mostly keep them for myself. 

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12 hours ago, redambrosia said:

@Evilhalfling why did he drink all the hotdog water though :wacko:

 

it happened out-of-scene.  Perhaps he was sampling a hot dog to see if it was safe for customers and then went into convulsions knocking the stand over on himself,  absorbing the chemicals through his skin? 

Then afterward he ... ate the rest of the hotdogs?  IDK. 

maybe it wasn't a full dose... 

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On 11/29/2019 at 1:38 AM, Glitterwolf said:

Weekend Challenge November 29th / December 1st.

Pick an army/character/monster you painted and tell me it's story! ( heroic or monstrous deeds, battlereports, quest reports)

 

Thank you all for participating again!

I had fun reading your answers and ideas.

 

I leave you in the competent claws hands of @TGP for December.

 

 

 

While I've been collecting Undead almost since I got started in the hobby, it wasn't until a few years ago that I decided to create a Halloween themed force. Behold, the Army of the Great Pumpkin...

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(Stuffed onto the middle shelf of my hutch in varying degrees of comfort.) Trying to break this down on a unit basis will clog the thread, so I'll just give an overview here. Part of the army is the traditional Halloween force of spiders, pumpkin dudes, and skeletons. Another contingent is based on the idea that a dead witch can return as a vampire or werewolf, and utilizes these as well as ghosts, zombies, and ghouls bringing it close to a regular undead force. Another branch is the witch as infernalist, which opens up the possibility of units of goatmen, demonic creatures,etc. Balancing that is the Nature Witch faction which will include angry trees, giant housecats, and other creatures normally found in a Wood Elf army. The plan is to eventually take all of these and expand them into thier own armies.

For now though, this is a display army although I think I could get most of it onto a Kings of War list. 

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On 11/29/2019 at 2:38 AM, Glitterwolf said:

Weekend Challenge November 29th / December 1st.

Pick an army/character/monster you painted and tell me it's story! ( heroic or monstrous deeds, battlereports, quest reports)

 

Thank you all for participating again!

I had fun reading your answers and ideas.

 

I leave you in the competent claws hands of @TGP for December.

 

 

 

Magos maniplus and her servitors. Unlike most of her rank she has opted for gigantic legs as opposed to magnetic levitation, because you cannot stomp on people if you have no legs. 

 

She fought to a series of pyric victories on the planet of Aleusis. She delayed but could not stop the forces of chaos from claiming the world when the planetary defense forces fell apart leaving her to fight a last stand with the remaining mechanicus forces. 

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On 11/29/2019 at 12:38 AM, Glitterwolf said:

Weekend Challenge November 29th / December 1st.

Pick an army/character/monster you painted and tell me it's story! ( heroic or monstrous deeds, battlereports, quest reports)

 

Thank you all for participating again!

I had fun reading your answers and ideas.

 

I leave you in the competent claws hands of @TGP for December.

 

 

 

Lo! These many years ago (13, to be exact) my brother and I were going to start gaming with a friend of his. I rolled up a druid character and was prepared to play her. Then the friend left town and didn’t come back for a few years. 
 

I have long since lost the character sheet for this druid, but I still had the mini I purchased! I never expected to paint her, but here she is! 7C3A32C8-8D1B-4DB2-9F71-1798B8FBB2AA.jpeg.542b65f2629867abac0945fd5f0c7ecd.jpeg
03094, Maralise Moonscythe and her parrot!

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On 11/28/2019 at 3:22 PM, Glitterwolf said:

 

Right sorry about that. It seems I posted a question and forgot to hit submit reply...

 

NOVEMBER 28th.

Do you keep all of your painted minis or do you sell them /give them away?

 

Mostly I keep them. But occasionally I'll paint some as gifts, some will end up being taken by my wife for the Kingdom of Mousdom (her desk at work), and my players usually get to keep their character miniature when they die horribly. A few weeks ago a coworker asked if I would sell some of my minis to her husband for his DnD game. I brought a few boxes of random figures over to their place and he picked out a few older, poorly painted figures I was willing to let go for very little money. He ended up giving me $100 for 7 miniatures. Not a living wage when considering the profit versus time involved. But it was kind of cool to see how excited they were to get even crappily painted stuff. But I guess if you've been using dice and bottle caps as figures it's a big step up.

 

On 11/29/2019 at 2:38 AM, Glitterwolf said:

Weekend Challenge November 29th / December 1st.

Pick an army/character/monster you painted and tell me it's story! ( heroic or monstrous deeds, battlereports, quest reports)

 

Thank you all for participating again!

I had fun reading your answers and ideas.

 

I leave you in the competent claws hands of @TGP for December.

 

 

 

 

This is Brunhilda, the Sports Fanatic. She's one of my time travelling goblins. Unlike most of her compatriots who picked up bigger and bigger guns, Brunhilda saw a hockey game and fell in love with it when she saw someone leave some teeth on the ice. Then, to make matters worse, she ended up at a Reds/Pirates game in 2019 where Amir Garrett tried to fight the entire Pittsburgh Pirates team all at once. Well, now she's a baseball fan too.

 

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Thanks for the questions!

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My plans to post to this thread and post the new thread for December got thoroughly derailed by the Forum patching or whatever was going on this weekend.  

 

So I am calling an audible here. 

 

The December GTKY thread will begin on Dec 3rd. 

 

Meanwhile, please do as your next Quisitioner is going to do, and carry on posting about armies, characters, and monsters for one more day. This was a three-day Question! missing day or not. 

 

This is unofficially-officially  November 32nd (that regular calendar is just a suggestion really...) and the question is still about Painted characters/monsters/armies. 

 

Extended Weekend Question:

November 29th;

November 30th;

 

November 32nd: Pick an army/ character/ monster you painted and tell us it's story! ( heroic or monstrous deeds, battlereports, quest reports)

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30 minutes ago, TGP said:

My plans to post to this thread and post the new thread for December got thoroughly derailed by the Forum patching or whatever was going on this weekend.  

 

So I am calling an audible here. 

 

The December GTKY thread will begin on Dec 3rd. 

 

Meanwhile, please do as your next Quisitioner is going to do, and carry on posting about armies, characters, and monsters for one more day. This was a three-day Question! missing day or not. 

 

This is unofficially-officially  November 32nd (that regular calendar is just a suggestion really...) and the question is still about Painted characters/monsters/armies. 

 

Extended Weekend Question:

November 29th;

November 30th;

 

November 32nd: Pick an army/ character/ monster you painted and tell us it's story! ( heroic or monstrous deeds, battlereports, quest reports)

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Sometimes my brain likes to go frolicking in the woods. The end. (Blame Hollywood's reboot trend for this vivid re-imagining of a recent post)

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6 hours ago, klarg1 said:

Did we run off the end of November without appointing a new Quisitor?

 

Does that mean we got to know each other?

No

amd and

 Nor Not exactly. 

 

The transiruokn transition was pre-planned  to happen Sunday/Monday.... (That Griffin Picture is the next appointee) ...But Right then the forums went belly up. (See earlier post.)  I will have time to do a proper job of starting the next thread later this evening. Therefore, November continues....

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Arrgh!!! typos, silly mobile gadget....!
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