Saturday, 29 October 2016

Epic Armageddon Matched Play

Ever wondered what happens when you cross pollinate Epic Armageddon with the Age of Sigmar General's Handbook?
I hadn't either. And then I did.
And this happened:

Saturday, 15 October 2016

Aegis Defence Lines and Razorwire

Unmanned Planetary Defence Force defences on the Imperial Prison Colony world of Neu-Diemenslandt.

Defences such as these are often set up at strategic locations on Imperial worlds where a large number of recruits may be rapidly drafted into planetary defence forces should the need arise.

The robust nature of the defences, and the fact that they are relatively easy to repair means that they may stand fit for purpose for decades with a minimum of maintenance.

Friday, 14 October 2016

Epic Objective Markers

One of the things that I've been up to lately is making objective markers for my Epic armies. The Tournament scenario in Epic Armageddon requires three objectives to be set up in each half of the board, an I have been modelling markers that match my armies.

While these look cool and thematic, they do have a tendency to blend in with the rest of the battle, meaning that they can be a little hard for my opponent to keep track of. "Which land raider is the objective again?".

So I decided to make some thematic, blatantly obvious markers that can be used on my city themed table and show in no uncertain terms where the objectives are.

Thursday, 13 October 2016

Epic Fortified Turrets

Turrets such as these are often installed by planetary defence forces, and can provide a first line of defence to Imperial settlements and infrastructure. Occasionally they survive long enough to be utilised by other Imperial forces that get mobilised to war zones after the initial contact with the PDF has been made.

Monday, 3 October 2016