My Sisters of Battle, and Imperial Guard detachment
(Or Dino-Riding Battle Nuns as a friend recently put it)
This was a girl I converted for GDAtlanta 2007, and she won me the Staff Sword. The Celestine body is remarkably good for character conversions as it comes off at the waist very easily.
This girl was originally a commander for a squad of Rough Riders, then a prototype Seraphim, and now will lead my IG contingent instead. There’s still a litlle neatening up to do on her…
And here’s a few of the Guardsmen with their Heavy weapons. I’ve gone for Autocannons rather than any of the bigger guns (like Lascannons), to avoid straying too far from the proscribed Holy Trinity but introduce something other than Heavy Bolters (which are much harder to fit on the back of a Cold One).
This one started life as a Sentinal, but with the advent of 6th (well, it actually changed about a year ago) has become a Hydra Flak Tank instead. The guns are removable so it can be mounted on a Bastion if needed.
This is the Leader of my Sisters Penitent force, Saint Bridgette, Guide and Guardian of the Repentant Soul. The model was sorely lacking a Heavy Flamer, so I thought I’d put one on that matched the lizard-theme of my army
These are my current projects, to add to my Penitent Force. The Lhamaen is being turned into a Mistress of Repentance, and the Wyches into the Repentia. I can’t stand the current models, so I figured something with an equally flimsy-looking set of armour but better definition would do nicely. The chainswords are the Canonesses one, which is a perfect size match to the current Repentia, and the heads are from Hasslefree miniatures.
These just got much better with the release of 6th, so of course I had to add a third one to my army…
And a transport for my IG I started about 6 years ago, a Chimera. The tank portion is virtually finished, I just need to work on making the LotR dragon look less LotR-y…