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Tabletop Warhammer?

Discussion in 'Tabletop Games, Wargaming and Scale Modelling.' started by Arcimbaldo, Apr 4, 2011.

  1. Pookie Bear

    Soldato

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    Location: Newcastle upon Tyne

    I'd have snapped your hand off for this - could easily sell it on Ebay.
    Or maybe @No1newts wants it for his Khorne/BoC force!
     
  2. No1newts

    Capodecina

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    Trying to lay off the model buying, got so much to paint and I will be picking up Warcry so the pile just grows :p
     
  3. Pookie Bear

    Soldato

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    If I didn't have 3, I'd be buying it. They're the best unit that Khorne has, value vs points.
     
  4. RedvGreen

    Mobster

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    You're both taunting me now!
     
  5. Pookie Bear

    Soldato

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    Sorry! I love my Slaughterpriests.
     
  6. BUDFORCE

    Wise Guy

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    Damn that is a nice mini, trying to see how I could incorporate that in a 40k CSM army though?
     
  7. RedvGreen

    Mobster

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    Well if you're interested I can certainly do a deal with my White Dwarf and sprue!!
     
  8. Pookie Bear

    Soldato

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    I am no CSM expert, but if the free Slaughterpriest is the one with the dangling spiked ball weapon, it can easily be left off or cut off and replaced with a weapon of some sort. One of mine had had it snapped off before I got it, so I glued a buckler to it. Maybe add a pistol of some sort?
     
  9. RedvGreen

    Mobster

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    I think that is the same model? I didn't realise the model itself is £18!
     
  10. BUDFORCE

    Wise Guy

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    Indeed they are going on eBay for about that.

    I doubt the magazine is worth much though.
     
  11. Pookie Bear

    Soldato

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    It is, yeah. I got mine for a tenner last year - but prices fluctuate.
     
  12. No1newts

    Capodecina

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    £12 on the Bay for me about a month ago for my one, which I then butchered and converted as part of my ongoing Beasts of Chaos/Khorne project. Unpainted but here's the guy.

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  13. ShadowMan

    Wise Guy

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    Finally going to start my AoS army. Went to whw open day and one of our group spotted Looncurse boxes near the tills. Apparently they found a few in the warehouse. Friend bought one to reinforce his Gloomspite. I bought 3 to start a Sylvaneth army. May also make the Gloomspite as I love the squig models but sensible side says sell them off to make my money back.

    Now to learn to play after finishing painting my growing queue!
     
  14. Pookie Bear

    Soldato

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    Sylvaneth have just received a new battletome, which means they're probably going to be quite strong for a while as well!
     
  15. ShadowMan

    Wise Guy

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    I am hoping so. Decided that I am going to sell off the Gloomspite and just concentrate on 1 army for now. Hopefully can recover some money and spend it on more trees.

    DarkSphere struggling with stock levels on warscroll cards and dice but thankfully found some at WHW so they are just sending me my book and cancelling the rest so I can look to maybe play a game at some point.

    Must clear painting queue for other people first though!
     
  16. gradyhawks

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    Just found a chest of drawers at girl friends parents (we stayed there for a year whilst saving for a house) and there is maybe 2500 points of unassembled unpainted blood angels and other stuff sat there thy I forgot about.

    Is eBay the best place to get rid of it?
     
  17. BUDFORCE

    Wise Guy

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    We have had a few similar threads recently, I believe some of the suggested was Facebook or contacting local gaming clubs.

    I think if you have the time and effort you'll make the most through eBay.
     
  18. Pookie Bear

    Soldato

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    Did my first model using only contrast paints last night (apart from a Corax white prime) and I was pleasantly surprised. Completing a Bloodreaver in approximately 5 minutes with acceptable tabletop results is very impressive. I will be doing some highlighting and metallics normally, so that will add some time to the total. I'll time the remaining 19 because I can see myself using these paints a lot!
     
  19. No1newts

    Capodecina

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    Did you not get the specific primer for contrast?
     
  20. Pookie Bear

    Soldato

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    Nope. I read one review which said that as long as you have a light coloured primer, it was fine. That said, they also indicated that the two new primers are excellent.