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Posted 24 September 2017 - 06:14 PM
I bought these pine trees at a local trains miniatures shop (who have the most insane collection of flock / sand / sands btw) and glued them to plasti card bases. The the Raid scenario ..... comin' up soon!
Posted 24 September 2017 - 07:53 PM
Was tinkering with a harder list for the Raid campaign. As I am stripping Seekers atm, I need more Seekers in that list!
Here is another draft .. green is new :
Posted 24 September 2017 - 08:22 PM
Posted 25 September 2017 - 06:19 PM
My opponents tinkering: creating a Great Green Idol from scratch ....
Hope I'll get my Seekers in there!!!!!!
Posted 29 September 2017 - 08:20 PM
Posted 07 October 2017 - 03:21 PM
Massive painting block .... got 14 cleaned, based and base-coated Seekers staring at me ....
Posted 20 November 2017 - 07:20 PM
Haugspori set out in the middle of the night, ready to set his honor straight and to show Stonespori his vanguardeers prove useful in securing the outpost. The Dwarfs defeated the bold attack on the Keep's Undervaults, and were now determined to strike out to the enemy's home grounds. Haug called on his Shoguns, a pack of savage and determined Seekers that collected many grudges in their lifetime. He asked Aurvanger to create a special banner that would allow his own unit, The Keepers, to gain supernatural speed to attack the enemy camp. This combined well enough with the Keepers newly gained fury versus Greenskins.
After receiving word from his scouts they advanced on the Orc Camp, to find the Orcs chanting wildly to a huge statue-like monster. Haug himself however had more interest in particularly large unit of heavy armored orcs and their banner-waving leader, a vile black orc boss. His new banner allowed Haug to advance fast in the cover of the trees on the right side and he ordered Aurvangr and the Shoguns to handle the monster and wild Orcs.
The left side of the battle ran like a fine Dwarven clockwork. Wild Warrior Seeker Bob Zarduk was spinning his spear of death while he rushed forward. At all cost was he reaching that Orc God Monsters before the Seeker Shoguns. This is how he found himself charged by both the Orc Monster and the Wild Orcs. His moment of fame. Realising his enormous power, he ignored the puny Orcs and struck the Monster within a split second. The Monster never knew how it lost both arms that quick. Bob was happy. Bob took the monster down to a state his fellow beards could mop it up. Bob died gloriously. Both the monster and wild orcs savagely overran into the Ol’Debters.
The Ol’ Debters with their Smith Aurvangr brushed off the attacks of the wild orcs, while Aur unleashed Dwarven fire upon them. That same moment the Shoguns dashed and hit the monsters in the rear. The monster fell to Seeker blades, honoring Bob in his death, and the Debters took the fleeing orcs down.
The Orcs were particularly hateful versus Haug and his Keepers, due to the casualties they caused during prior encounters. All Orcs in range of his unit seemed to want sprint at them in blind rage; brilliant, the sooner Haug got into combat with them the better. Haug moved up and took a step back when he was just in range of the two orc units. Both sprinted at him but could not surprise him with a charge. Instead, Haug’s Keepers counter charged the Iron Orcs with the vengeance only a royal Thane can unleash on his enemies. Surprisingly the Iron Orcs held their lines, due to a unexpected stubbornness and the Orc flagbearer. So Toki Dor rushed in to cover the open flank of the Keepers from the grunt Orc unit was closeby.
It was at that time fate struck Haugspori on the right flank; the Iron orcs barely won combat, and even though the Keeper were unmovable from Haug’s side, a moment of doubt got hold of him, as he remembered his prior defeat, and the Keepers broke and were ran down by the orcs. Toki was single handedly fighting a unit of grunt orcs, who he eventually defeated and scared away from the battle.
But the Shoguns did not miss the demise of Haug and his unit, and charged in the Iron orcs flank with a furious grudge, mowing down a third of the unit. The orcs lasted three rounds of combat, and even Aurvangr joined the fight, charging out of his unit to avenge Haug. By some unusual stubborness the orcs did not break from combat, though only a few were left standing when the battle ended.
Aurvangr carried Haugspori’s battered body back to the outpost, reporting the victory to Stonespori. After calling in his best healers, Stonespori send word to all armed Dwarfs to be battle-ready by the fourth dawn. For the Dwarfs were determined to take on the full Greenskin army to settle this blood feud.
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