I went all out and picked up a Barbed Hierodule to add to my Mycetic Assault Storm force. Now that thing can kill a Baneblade like cake. For thoes w/o the Apoc. Book hes got 2x "hieodule Bio-cannon" that is St. 10 Ap. 3 and Assault 6, hes tougher than any Carnifex u can make and he 2wice as fast, at 700 pts u get a little critter that burns around and sends twelve St. 10 shots at your baneblade every turn. Its deadly :so_happy:They're huge, powerful and attract firepower like almost nothing else.
They're a bloody laugh to use and face off against. In particular when they blow up.:biggrin:
The model is also fun to put together and you can do a lot of stuff to convert and personalise it. Only issue is that it's not the cheapest tank to buy.
Hi, that would be mine. Still haven't finished it...maybe another week to go.I have three, two plastic and one resin. They are awesome models I must say.
Annnnd I'm likely to nab a fourth for use as an Ecclesiarchy Hellhammer variant...after seeing an excellent conversion done over on Age of Strife. O-o
Well hey there! Outstanding work I must say. I've begun sorting out how I'll work my own up. Thanks for the inspiration! I'm going to have a go at painting ecclesiastical murals along the sides; that space fair screams for them to my mind. I'm looking at black with white and a touch of red...rather like my Ebon Chalice army.Hi, that would be mine. Still haven't finished it...maybe another week to go.
It is slightly bigger than the FW one, and if it was much bigger than it is already, I think it would be too cumbersome to use. I play CoD a hell of a lot, and our board has 18" wide roads, and we play Apoc on it as well.i know that the baneblade is HUGE compared to the other tanks, but i was expecting it to be even bigger, due to the fluff i have read on it.
now though, i suppose that if it had been much bigger, it would have cost too much to make each tank, and the price would have been higher.
soz, im rambling