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In this blog I'll talk about various miniature games. Custom miniatures and minor conversions are my favorite pastime. I'll cover scenery making and painting too. The WIP you'll see here is all about Necromunda, Epic 40,000, Warhammer Fantasy 5th Edition, Warmaster and Warhammer 40K 3rd Edition.

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magnificent Screaming Bell leftovers

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If you decide to make a Plague Furnace from the famous GW kit pictured below, then you'll have some great leftovers. I've shown one in my previous blogpost. Now here's what I've done with the Grey Seer.



The image could use a little bit more light, but I think you see what the result looks like. It's quite a dynamic miniature now. I'm sure it will attract a lot of resistance when on the tabletop battlefield. This will be a missile magnet! ...


screaming Grey Seer

His left hand will hold a dagger. I still have to glue that one.


Rat Ogre plague censer bearer fanatic


When buying miniatures on eBay you save a lot of money. But often you'll end up with incomplete sets. AND THAT's GREAT! Because then you'll have to get creative and start converting.



My Lightning Cannon was missing one wheel. Nothing a shield couldn't fix
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Mon Jan 25, 2016 10:00 am
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Swaven Skarm

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Great numbers of ratmen need to be guided into ordened regiments...






Here are the result so far:



Two regiments Stormvermin. One with black fur, one with white to represent the Albino Guard.

Two regiments of Skaven Slaves. Both to use as cannon fodder devil



Three regiments with Plague Monks. The metal versions include Plague Censer Bearers. One of the coolest Skaven miniatures around!

Two Giant Rats regiments with Packmasters. Fodder. For cannons.

One Rat Ogre "muscle pack" regiment.
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Fri Jan 22, 2016 11:05 am
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Skaven Ogres

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One of the greatest things about GW's dual-kit-boxes is the fact that you will have a lot of extra's. It's not different with the Skaven Bell of Doom. If you choose to make it a Plague Furnace then you'll have a spare Grey Seer and a very cool Rat Ogre. (Pictured below.)



I managed to puzzle the spare components in such a way that it left me with an extra rat ogre to add to my army. He's Clan Pestilens inspired. A rag over his eyes and a plague censer in his (strong) arms.



The four rat swarms I had were very difficult the handle. I really had to rearrange them onto regimental bases. Now the Packmasters are able to control these ravening rodents with ease.





My Rat Ogres are second hand buys. So I had to arrange them in a way that they all fit nicely next to each other. I opted to have three regiments of three Ogres each. Just the ideal size to use them in my Warmaster 28mm games.

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The Rise of the Under-Empire

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They're here. And there are many. Rats, plenty-o-rats!

It starts with the big mutated rats. They roam the streets at night, stirred by the evil Skaven Packmasters.



No Skaven army without the armour piercing Jezzails. Ideal to cut down knights in shiny armour. Pop pop pop, down they go!

Anything else that needs a beating will meet the (dumb) might of the Rat Ogres. These enormous walking heaps of muscles will pound any enemy down, never to stand up again.



The best way to lead an army of nervous Skaven is using a mighty Grey Seer as general. He'll be pushed along the battlefield on a Screaming Bell tower. The sound of doom, doom for the enemy that issz!



It takes a courageous (or foolish) Grey Seer to summon a Vermin Lord. But one thing is sure, the Vermin Lord will kill plenty. Be it enemy, or friends...
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Skaven for almost no money.

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You can make ANY Skaven type from one regiment box. I bought an old regiment box with Skaven Clanrats to use in Advanced Heroquest. With some small items from my bits box I was able to make a Grey Seer, Gutter Runners, Stormvermin and even Censer Bearers!

Skaven Censer Bearers

A flail from the undead sprue with some holes scratched into the ball looks great. With the correct colors of paint it will be a perfect poison fumes dispenser for the Plague Rat.

Skaven Grey Seer

This Grey Seer was achieved by adding horns (undead sprue) and creating a staff from the banner bits. The streched out arm is a zombie arm that comes from a banner.

Skaven Grey Seer

Stealth and backstabbing! Clan Eshin must be present:

Skaven Night Runner

The Night Runner has a cape that originated from a Bretonnian helmet.

Skaven Assassin

By adding a small block from the plstic sprue and attaching the Skaven's leg to it, I was able to make a very dynamic pose. It looks like he leaps towards his target, ready to stab it. On his tail is a third blade, just like Deatchmaster Sniktch.

Skaven Stormvermin

When these rats are given a black or white albino fur then they'll be perfect Stormvermin. I don't need many since they'll be used in quests for "Allied HeroQuest" (toco.be/ahq).

Skaven Clawmaster

(These miniatures were originally converted by me to use in Advanced Heroquest.)
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