I’m working on my Space Wolves army for 2015. A bit of a New Year’s resolution to stay focused on one army until I complete 2500 points. I’m playing in a 6 event escalation tournament this year that starts at 1250 and works its way up by 250 point increments. It does not allow Forge World, so I’ll end up going over 2500 points as I’m also taking Space Wolves to the Las Vegas Open in February.
In a recent game, I decided that I wanted to try out a Wolf Priest on bike with a large Thunderwolf Cavalry “death star.” There are some tradeoffs to be had, but this article is about the modeling and painting and not the tactics. So, without further ado, this is what I did over the weekend.
I really like custom resin bases. Well, actually I really like nice custom bases. It’s just that resin bases have a whole bunch of issues. First, most sets of resin bases only have a few different designs, they tend to be short and the bottoms are flat, so they don’t sit on uneven surfaces well. So, I decided to make my own bases. I started with regular 65mm Citadel bases.
League of Underwhelming Miniature Painters presents the “LVO Last Chance 40K Practice Tournament” hosted by Great Escape Games and sponsored by BattleComm in Sacramento, CA on Sunday February 8, 2015.
- First Round begins promptly at 10am, check-in at 9:45
- Entry fee is $15
- The address is 1250 Howe Avenue, suite 3A, Sacramento, CA 95825