Man you must just be getting up. I'm just going to sleep. But on several occasions now, I get a notification in the wee hours here, as I'm about to sleep and it's tapatalk telling me Nordicus replied.
Hehe I just arrived at work - It was like 09:45 in the morning for me, so I had just gotten my first cup of coffee here at the office. Oh the wonders of working at a IT company.
For whatever reason the Puppetswar barbarian armours and the Puppetswar bikes remind me of the reavers from Firefly. Which in some ways seems very appropriate because they are probably the closest approximation of Khornate warriors anywhere in pop culture
Huh - I had never thought of that. Now that you mention it though, it makes perfect sense. I will have to rewatch Firefly again with that state of mind!
Despite being wildly insane, bloodthirsty, and aggressive they somehow pilot space ships and fight battles.
I've had similar wonders about Khorne warriors. How the Hell do they manage work and logistics without butchering one another? How would a Khorne army campaign in any real sense without organization? One can't really send shipments of food and ammunition by charging forward and killing something.
Man, I have no clue - In every book I read they do have some sort of coherency though, where it's primarily when they're in combat that they loose all manner of sense and control. A entire warband though? No clue.
At least the Crimson Slaughter get some kind of respite after each victory, where they don't hear the voices in their heads. I'm guessing they are unique in that manner, so they have some kind of running clock going until they have to kill again. In that time, they could most likely get things done properly.
The ramshackle barbarian armours suggest a frenzied disorder and disregard, which I think generally works.
Definately - In general I find the Chaos armors from GQ to be a bit too clean and just "Loyalist with skulls" like. I welcome these more ravaged armors, as it gives it more of a "Nightmare come true" kinda vibe - That ancient malevolence you always read about in the books.