I'm done another term of Uni and am back home where we have a much stronger Privateer Press community. My need to get painting, coupled with the slowness of this part of the forum has 'inspired' me to get a blog going again. My main Warmachine faction is Khador with a respectable Cygnar contingent (maybe 75 pts), and my main Hordes army is Circle of Orboros with a couple Legion models (maybe 25 pts, they've never been played but I like the idea of cheating and land sharks )
A little history on my Warmachine/Hordes gaming background:
I started playing Warmachine in the fall of 2007, and fell in love with the stompy robots. Since then, I've tried to get a game or so in every week and when I can't I'll try to get on VASSAL. I started collecting Khador from the get-go and getting Circle as I branched into Hordes. My Cygnar and Legion are recent acquisitions (past year or so), and they're really there to just add flavour when I'm getting tired of "axe to face" or "shenanigans 'till I die" which to be honest isn't all that often.
A quick rundown of my Khador collection (pics to follow):
-All the casters (regular and epics)
3 Destroyers (metal)
2 Juggernauts (metal)
10 Iron Fang Pikemen and UA
5 Iron Fang Uhlans
10 Assault Kommando's and 3 Flamethrowers
3 units of Greylord Ternions (a ternion of ternions...)
10 Winter Guard Infantry and UA and 3 Rocketts
10 Winter Guard Rifle Corps
2 Winter Guard Mortars
10 Kayazy Assassins and Underboss
2 Kayazy Eliminators (one unit)
5 Man-O-War Demolition Corps
5 Man-O-War Shocktroopers
5 Man-O-War Bombadiers
2 full units of Mechaniks with one UA
2 units of Widowmakers
Yuri the Axe
2 Koldun Lords
Drakhun with Dismount
I'll try and get a group shot/a couple of group pictures of these guys for your viewing pleasure tonight. I'll follow this up with my Circle models (with pics), and keep this blog going with updates on painting and battle reports as time goes on.
Wish me luck!
I just took some pictures, but my lighting is awful. I'll give it a shot tomorrow in the sunlight!
It would be a rainy day...