I've decided to finally put some Bretonnians together for my Fantasy army. Just a shame the Knights of the Realm box set doesn't contain a number of knights that is divisible by 3, I have a missing member at the back of the ranks! But anyways, as I've stated before the theme of my Bretonnians will be based loosely on the stylings of A Song of Ice and Fire, a series of books that I've found myself getting absorbed in. However, there are many, many people who create Bretonnian armies based on the books, so I've decided to go a slightly different route. I am basing the entire army on the Kinnemorne House, a fictional Song of Ice and Fire House that myself and the other members of my weekly roleplay group created for a campaign, and my challenge is to model and somehow fit in every single player character that has appeared in our campaign so far, living and dead.
|Gwint Kinnemorne is the youngest son of the House|
|Mirliton heads are not a bad fit on Bretonnian Knights|
You may be wondering why I started putting these together now? Well, you can thank Staff Member Steve for this. Steve is an old college buddy of mine and staff member of Wood Green's store. I have yet to play a game against him, so I brought it up last weekend and the response was "We will game soon, but only if you start putting your Fantasy stuff for a game of that too." Well played Staff Member Steve, well played. I feel that I should explain he's more of a Fantasy player than a 40k player and was excited to hear I was starting to collect the game myself.
But what about your 40k projects!?
|It has arrive-ethed...|
Don't worry, my Necrons aren't on the back burner, but I will attempt to divide my time between systems from now on, so posts may be a bit more varied in 2013. I have a Triarch Stalker I want to get painted up for a game soon, plus my first ever Forgeworld purchase has arrived! In the immortal words of Rolf Harris, can ya guess what it is yet?