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The Brush and Palette / Re: Monthly Painting & Scenery Goals 2018 ...
« Last post by Padre on Today at 08:01:44 PM »
Such a relief you got it unstuck from the wall! It looks great. (Did you damage the paint on the wall getting it off?)
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One of the most inspirational threads there is  :eusa_clap:
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The Brush and Palette / Re: Monthly Painting & Scenery Goals 2018 ...
« Last post by Irishzero on Today at 07:32:34 PM »
And the mortar can also be ticked from september  :icon_razz:

So 4 minis to go..



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So another artillery piece done. This time its a mortar:

















Slooowly getting some painted minis in the box instead of bits and pieces :)

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I think 6th edition had the killing power of cheap core troops be too low though. I died a little inside every time someone would have a spear-and-shield-armed unit use hand weapons instead just for the extra armour save, not even trying to kill anything but just stand there providing rank bonus.

I think the perfect edition for me would be one with the unit stats of 6th edition, the support attacks and step-up of 8th edition, and some softer, less all-or-nothing variant of steadfast.
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Dude glad to have you back!!  :::cheers:::
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The Count's Tavern / Re: Warhammer-empire faces
« Last post by Padre on Today at 06:03:24 PM »
Another event as a petty constable, acquiring lodgings and victuals for King George's soldiers.



I think this pic is better than the one in the castle. Almost looks like a scene from a film!
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6th was the reaction to herohammer 5th. More about units of 30-20 with supporting character. Single characters and monsters weren’t supposed to kill units in a frontal charge on their own. A proper game needing combos and tactics.
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Yes the front row and 2 from the back are metal once which I think is a bit older?
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The Count's Tavern / Re: Unhappy Random thoughts...
« Last post by Feanor Fire Heart on Today at 03:27:49 PM »
My 6 month old daughter is having surgery a week from now. I'm starting to feel anxiety about it all. She's oblivious but her mother and I are just worrying ourselves.  Its really sinking in at work right now and I'm trying to keep it together and focused.

I know she'll be fine but its just scary.  Especially the recovery since she'll have a catheter in for 5 days after the surgery.  She's so small and loves to squirm and flip over and try to crawl.  How is she going to do that with stitches, bandages and a catheter?  How do you prevent her from hurting herself? I wish I could take the whole following week of from work but after having mono earlier this month I doubt my company would be okay with that. I am taking the day of the surgery and the following day off but I just want to be there for her while she recovers.
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