Sunday, June 23, 2013

2.5K WHFB Empire Army

Here is the Empire Army at 2.5K points. Actually still need to add a Master Engineer, but this is pretty much it for now. In the future, some options will be added - like Archers/Huntsmen, Handgunners, Greatswords, Outriders and a Helblaster Volley Gun. This is probably not the best setup for a competition/tournament army, but it has the pretty stuff like the War Altar and Imperial Griffon. Another Great Cannon and/or Steam Tank, as well as Archers/Huntsmen would likely be a better expenditure of points.
For actual battle, the BSB and Warrior Priest would join the Swordsmen Regiment, and the Witch Hunter would join the Halberdier Detachment.

18 comments:

  1. Thanks, James. Appreciate your kind words and visit. Best, Dean

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  2. Wow! What an outstanding army Dean, a real treat for the eyes.

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  3. Thanks for the support and kind words. This army was fun to put together and paint up. Now for some more field training. Best, Dean

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  4. Some excellent looking figures, they do look good all together. lets hope they fight as good as they look!!

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  5. Great shot, Dean. This army is beautiful to look at. It has me wanting to give Warhammer Fantasy a spin!

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  6. Thank you for the kind compliment, Monty. I was just thinking your recent Kingmaker French Knights would look good as Bretonnians :)! Best, Dean

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  7. An impressive army - will be good to see them in some more action shortly

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  8. Superb army, Dean! Nice work.

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  9. Thanks, Gents. Appreciate the kind words. Best, Dean

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  10. You've done a great job with this army, Dean, very impressive work.

    Of course, you'll have to let us all know how they perform on the field of battle!

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  11. Dean, I have a couple of questions regarding your use of Minwax.
    Do you only use Tudor satin?
    Do you brush the stain on?
    Finally, where did you buy it? I went to Lowes and Home Depot, neither had Tudor satin in stock.

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  12. Thanks again for the kind words, Gents.

    Richard - yes, Tudor Satin (polyurethane) brushed on - and only found at Ace Hardware, nowhere else seems to carry it.

    Best, Dean

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  13. Dean, thanks! I found it at Ace hardware.
    Appreciate your expert knowledge.

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  14. Just catching up with your work after dealing with some issues. You do museum quality work--even with fantasy figures!

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