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Made in gb
Jinking Ravenwing Land Speeder Pilot





The new Battletome: Blades of Khorne add lots of new goodies for Khorne armies of all stripes, along with two new Battleplans. While the temptation is always there to always add lots of ‘cool’ and powerful models to an army, we thought we might go in the other direction for one of these Battleplans, and field two forces of the ‘average’ infantryman…

The Story So Far
The Godbeasts campaign had left a powerful mark upon the Realm of Fire. The Land of the Chained Sun had been scorched into a blasted ruin by the Fyreslayers who once lived there, and the balance of power in Orb Infernia had been irrevocably altered by Lord Khul. The great and the powerful had moved on from this fiery land, to wage war and fight battles across the Mortal Realms – but some still lived and fought here.

The Devoted of Sigmar had successfully beaten back the Bloodscorch Bulltribe from their homes in the Tauroi Archipelago but while many of the Devoted had followed the Stormcast Eternals to fight for Sigmar and claim a place in his great cities, a few remained. Pledging to defend their homes and continue the fight against Chaos, they were a hardy bunch led by the most devout of Warrior Priests.

Many of the greatest champions of Khorne’s Bloodbound had also departed, following war and strife wherever it led them. Some, however, remained. Whether it was a desire to fight for territory, an eagerness to finally defeat the Devoted of Sigmar, or simply a blood-filled fury that drove them to fight the closest enemy, the reasons varied between each Bloodreaver and Blood Warrior.

The wastelands of the Tauroi Archipelago would soon see another great confrontation between Bloodbound and Devoted, as the minor champions who led both sought to defeat their age-old enemies once and for all.



For the full report and lots more piccies: https://ttgamingdiary.wordpress.com/2017/06/16/battle-report-skulls-for-the-skull-throne/

40k and Age of Sigmar Blog - A Tabletop Gamer's Diary: https://ttgamingdiary.wordpress.com/

Mongoose Publishing: http://www.mongoosepublishing.com/ 
   
Made in us
Courageous Questing Knight





looking for blueberries

Well i did not have high hopes for the sigmarites and those hopes were correct.

Still i think that's the most flagellents i've ever seen in one place

realism is a lie
 
   
Made in gb
Steady Space Marine Vet Sergeant




England

I honestly don't know why he has so many Flagellents. Nice game Matt!

If you can't believe in yourself, believe in me! Believe in the Dakka who believes in you!  
   
Made in us
Confident Halberdier




Los Angeles, CA

 WarbossDakka wrote:
I honestly don't know why he has so many Flagellents. Nice game Matt!


well considering warrior priests can only buff Devoted of Sigmar units... And Flagellents are the only troops you can use in a devoted of sigmar army...
   
 
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