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The website has been updated today with a new hobby article Blood Angels: Sample Armies - Part 2 | Games Workshop
and both the Furioso Dreadnought Blood Angels Furioso Dreadnought | Games Workshop
and Stormraven Stormraven Gunship | Games Workshop
have a section in the Blood Angels area of the website.
.... I must be high coz in a funny sort of way the model is growing on me. Anyone played advanced wars? Sort of has that chunky cartoony look...
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The first time I saw the picture of the stormraven I honestly didn't like it that much, but it is growing on me quick. Something about it has a chunky, robust, workhorse feel to it, as if it ain't meant to be pretty but it damn sure gets the job done. If I had Blood Angels I'd definitely pick one or two up.
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It still looks SO front heavy. Might be fixable with a few bits of plasticard to bulk out the back a bit. I still want to see a proper shot of the rear.
Oh man, those Dreadnoughts are fantastic, I think I might steal one for my space wolves because THAT is a well done model.
I almost want to start with BA just because of the deadnought! and the stormraven looked awful at the first picture I saw but now i really like it, not as much goldfish felling on it:p
I'm in the process of writing up a Codex version of the Librarian Dread for Apocalypse, and I can always use it as a counts-as venerable dread in normal games
It's stupid that BAs get all the toys like, GW need to pull their heads out of the arses about that one.
I still hate the stormraven model, it can't fly, it's too thin to be useful for deploying troops (please exit in single file, watch the gap...). I'm either going to cut the bottom half of it off (with a hacksaw), or buy a skyray gunship and see what I can do with that (remove the engines, remove tau-ey features, and then those missile launchers look suspiciously like wings to me. Stick them on the side of the thing and a few plasticards later you have a stormraven (for £13 cheaper).
Yey, we can now buy the flying brick with wings...
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