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Slaves to Darkness

I have used my miniatures allowance to buy myself something new: the Slaves to darkness start collecting box:

For each 8 models I paint, I give myself an ‘allowance’ of one model that can be purchased. Therefore the box above represent 128 painted models. I won’t be buying a second box any time soon!

Along with these new models, I dug out some older ones to go with them:

The chaos knights may look like little boys next to their updated brethren. The plastic warriors box isn’t going to join the force. Instead I will take a tip from Goobertown and use them as test bunnies for potential new paint schemes for my Slaves to Darkness force.

It won’t make the current tray, but I intend to assemble them in time for Tray 6. Hopefully I will have some potential paint schemes to show off before then too.

5 comments on “Slaves to Darkness

  1. ericritter65
    August 30, 2020

    Aside from no-one in my area playing any Warhammer and the nerfing of the old Fantasy Battle game system, the upsizing and over-the-top look of the new Warhammer is a big reason I don’t see myself getting back into Warhammer.
    I am, however looking forward to what you end-up doing with these minis, both old and new!

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    • davekay
      August 31, 2020

      Thanks, I intend to be placing these on my next tray!

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  2. theimperfectmodeller
    August 31, 2020

    I must say I do like the udea of a reward system. Initially though I think I might set mine at one for one though. šŸ˜Š

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    • davekay
      August 31, 2020

      My unpainted collection was so huge that even the 8:1 ratio lets me buy over 100 new models as I paint the ones I have!

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