Games Workshop's "Age of Sigmar" has pretty much consumed all my time at the painting table and the wargaming table; having now four games under my belt, AoS is my most-played wargame, period, which is perhaps something of a sad state of affairs given that I've been enthusiastic about wargaming for hmm, fifteen years now? Lots of years where I didn't have anybody else to play games with.
I've been building a "Chaos" army since February, organized around the god Tzeentch; for those unfamiliar, Tzeentch is all about magic and mutation, a god of secrets, deception, lies and trickery. And birds, for some reason, Tzeentch likes giving people beaks and feathers. It's not the most straightforward army to play, but I like the new models that were being released around the time I started - models that I have somehow not bought yet, funnily enough.
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|Gaunt Summoner, picture taken while WIP.|
Tomorrow night Tom and I are meeting for a rematch, his Nurgle demons against my Tzeentch boys. We're both bored with simple pitched battles so we're going to try out playing a scenario with victory objectives instead of just killing each other. For fun, I converted the "Sausages and Mustard" scenario out of Lion Rampant over to AoS; one of us is going to be trying to set fire to the other's supply depots.
|Pink Horror Iconbearer WIP|