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Hey, haven't been playing much 40k lately. Pointing up new lists and buying and selling armies is what I have been up to lately. Just catching up on some of the threads here. I recently sold my mixed daemon army but still have my converted nurgle army.(Daemons are just not "fun" enough to keep playing 2 armies of them.) I still love their potential for conversions and am often tempted to do more in the future. After my next army sells I willl be sitting at $400 to spend on warhammer again. This is after I built a biker marine list and a blood angels assault marine army.
Not sure if I was really missed here but here I am.
My upcoming blog in the works:
Nice to have you around, post pics when you can.
Check out ==My== blog: www.bnhblog.blogspot.com
Actually, what drew me into Daemons was the potential for conversions (my other army is the Orks ^_^). My entire daemon army is converted, besides the Daemonettes and a few nurgling bases. I made monstrous creatures out of leftover fantasy and tyranid parts, bloodcrushers out of bloodletters and dwarven carts (from the skull pass set), fiends out of chaos spawn, pink horrors out of genestealers, seekers of slaanesh out of dryads mixed with goblin spider riders, heralds on chariots out of fantasy chariots, and plaguebearers out of greenstuff and random bits I had lying around.
My advice: convert the entire army out of plastic parts and sets. If GW wants us to buy the official models, then they need to stop making things out of pewter.
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