Hello folks.

 

Continuing the series of articles of the “A Tale of X Gamers” – ToXG, I’m back to relay to you my experience on my third month of the challenge of building an Ork army of 2000 points for Warhammer 40.000.

 

Last month I finished painting the miniatures from the Assault on Black Reach basic box (20 Ork Boys, 5 Ork Nobz and 1 Warboss) and also finished assembling the ones from the Battleforce, the Lootas, Big Mek and extra Boys purchased off Ebay.

 

This month I have received some new items bought on Ebay to increase the army. Thus I’ve spent my free time assembling and organizing the new army.

Furthermore, as I could no longer stand seeing so many Orks sitting around primed in black I began painting the basic colors for their skin and clothes as you’ll soon see. I think that was a significant breakthrough given the sheer amount of miniatures.

 

As I had mentioned before my priority has been purchasing and assembling the miniatures in order to get to the 2000 point limit as soon as I can in order to play against my friends in Cuiaba (the city I live in) and testing the tactics for each Ork unit. I can finally say I’ve managed to accrue enough models to reach that point limit.

 

The new units were purchased based on my needs on my last games agains my friends Gereth and Valter. The units are as follows:

 

HQ: Mad Dok Grotsnik (who I’ll use as a painboy as well) and Ghazghkull Thraka.

Elites: Kommandos and Tankbustas.

Heavy Support: 1 Deff Dread; 3 Killa Kans; 1 Battle Wagon; 2 Big Guns.

Fast: 1 Trukk and 3 Deffkoptas.

 

I’ll probably need one more Trukk as the amount of Orks in my army is increasing and I need to take them to the front lines as fast as possible.

 

With the Kommandos I intend to get behind enemy lines. Too bad they can’t charge on the turn they arrive from reserve but a gout of flame on the enemies’ backs isn’t that bad as well.

 

With the Deff Dread and Killa Kans I intend to advance on the battlefield perhaps offering some cover to the Boys peppering the enemy with some shots along the way and if they get into close combat they might cause some damage.

 

The Battle Wagon is useful not only to attack but also to transport units to the enemy lines as it sports better armor value. I intend to assign it to transport my best elite unit: Ghazghkull Thraka and a retinue of Nobz.

 

The DeffKoptas were purchased in order to increase the numbers on the unit I already had, and also because they were pretty cheap on Ebay.

 

The Tankbustas are my hope of better dealing with enemy armor, hopefully popping them open.

 

And finally the two Big Gunz will be positioned so they can shoot at enemies within a reasonable distance without having to move. Perhaps I’ll be able to cause some casualties even before the Boys get to grips with the enemy.

 

Purchasing from Ebay yielded cheaper prices than the ones on GW’s web store , but I didn’t like these last ones as they were already assembled and primered in black. Despite being assembled well and being cheaper I’ve realized I skipped an interesting part of the hobby which is exactly assembling the models.

 

I found it disappointing to receive the Battle Wagon fully assembled (I paid U$D 49.00 for it). I kept imagining how cooler it would be to assemble it myself and to make matters worse buying it assembled I missed on all the extra bits like the gunners for example.

 

Unfortunately I was taxed by the customs office on one of my packages. The amount of the taxes came to R$ 192,00 (around U$D 90.00). Given the size of the assembled Battle Wagon it had to be shipped in a big box which didn’t go unnoticed by the customs office.

 

But I won’t make that mistake again. I won’t buy assembled models again and will stick to those still on their sprues. Ebay is indeed a great alternative for shopping, but I’ve learned that you can’t be too eager on it. I bought the Battle Wagon on a whim on the day I searched for it. It was the best choice on that day, but I’ve recently searched for one on Ebay again and found one for the same price I’d paid but this time it was still on sprue. I should have waited before purchasing that one.

 

See how it came:

 

 

The Deff Dread and Killa Kans were also assembled:

 

 

 

Anyway I shall add these machines to the battlefield in order to kill some opponents.

And here are the Big Guns:

 

 

The other miniatures were assembled and some of them primed. Nothing special yet.

 

Here are the Kommandos, two of them assembled with burners I had left over from the Lootas’ box, and Boys from Ebay:

 

 

And now the Tankbustas:

 

 

I really enjoyed using these Tankbustas in one of the last battles we had on Gereth’s house. They had a great performance busting enemy tanks. I wanted to increase the unit’s size but it costs a lot. Purchasing from GW you’ll pay U$D 45.00 for them so I decided to try my first conversion with some bits I had left here. Pretty basic stuff.

 

I used Ork Boy bits and 3 Rockit Launchas I had laying around, cut two of them removing the middle section to make it shorter so it could be wielded single handedly so I could add a bomb to the other arm. I glued a piece of sprue in the middle of the gun and this is how they look:

 

 

 

To make their look even more characteristic I used backpacks with missiles, grenades and anti-tank bombs.

 

That way I managed to add 3 more Tankbustas to the unit. When I paint them all using the same characteristics I think they’ll look pretty nice. And a lot cheaper than buying another box of them.

 

And this guy here is the fearsome Ghazghkull Thraka. I’ve played a few games using him and he has made quite a difference on the battles. His head has been painted separately and his armor is still left to be painted soon.

 

 

And now a photo of the Boys with their paintjob started:

 

 

And that’s what I did hobbywise over the course of the months of November and December. Even though I haven’t finished painting any single unit completely I think that the army as a whole has evolved a lot.

 

As the number of units has grown considerably I had a lot of trouble to add the points for the battles against my friends. I tried adding everything using an Excel spreadsheet but it didn’t look good. I then tried a free software which helped me a lot and that I’d like to share with you Readers.

 

The software is called “Battle Scribe” and can be found at the developers website. As they’re not allowed to distribute an application using rules from the 40K armies this date is built by the community and must be imported to the software.

 

Searching Google for said files I found the following post with links for the files of many gaming systems including Warhammer 40.000.

 

The test I did for my Ork army worked pretty well and without mistakes, adding the points correctly according to the Codex and the 6th Edition rules.

 

So that’s my tip for those of you who have trouble organizing your army lists like me.

 

As for the army list itself, given the limitations in the number of Elite and HQ units to be included on it, I removed the unit of Lootas and the Warboss. I only have 5 Lootas which is why I opted to replace them with the Tankbustas and the Kommandos. As for the Warboss he was replaced by none other than Ghazghkull Thraka.

 

So here’s my current Ork army list (the list was generated using the Battle Scribe software mentioned above):

 

ORKs (2000+pts)

HQ (310pts)

  • Big Mek (85pts)

Choppa, Kustom force field (50pts) (Kustom Force Field), Mek’s tools (Mek’s Tools)

  • Ghazghkull Thraka (225pts)
    • Mega-armour

Mega Armour, Slow and Purposeful

Big shoota, Power klaw

Elites (815pts)

  • Kommandos (140pts)
    • 4x Kommando (40pts)

4x Choppa, 4x Slugga, 4x Stikkbombs (Stikkbombs)

    • Burna – Kommando with special weapon (25pts)

Burna (15pts) (Burna), Stikkbombs (Stikkbombs)

    • Burna – Kommando with special weapon (25pts)

Burna (15pts) (Burna), Stikkbombs (Stikkbombs)

    • Nob (50pts)

‘Eavy armour (5pts) (‘Eavy Armour), Power klaw (25pts), Slugga, Stikkbombs (Stikkbombs)

  • Nobz + BW – Nobz (500pts)

Furious Charge, Mob Rule, Waaagh!

    • Battlewagon (105pts)

Big shoota (5pts), Kannon (10pts)

    • Twin-Linked Shoota + Big Choppa – Nob (36pts)

‘Eavy armour (5pts) (‘Eavy Armour), Big choppa (5pts), Stikkbombs (1pts) (Stikkbombs), Twin-linked shoota (5pts)

    • Big Choppa – Nob (31pts)

‘Eavy armour (5pts) (‘Eavy Armour), Big choppa (5pts), Slugga, Stikkbombs (1pts) (Stikkbombs)

    • Big Choppa – Nob (31pts)

‘Eavy armour (5pts) (‘Eavy Armour), Big choppa (5pts), Slugga, Stikkbombs (1pts) (Stikkbombs)

    • Big Choppa – Nob (31pts)

‘Eavy armour (5pts) (‘Eavy Armour), Big choppa (5pts), Slugga, Stikkbombs (1pts) (Stikkbombs)

    • Big Choppa – Nob (31pts)

‘Eavy armour (5pts) (‘Eavy Armour), Big choppa (5pts), Slugga, Stikkbombs (1pts) (Stikkbombs)

    • Big Choppa – Nob (31pts)

‘Eavy armour (5pts) (‘Eavy Armour), Big choppa (5pts), Slugga, Stikkbombs (1pts) (Stikkbombs)

    • Twin-Linked Shoota + Big Choppa – Nob (36pts)

‘Eavy armour (5pts) (‘Eavy Armour), Big choppa (5pts), Stikkbombs (1pts) (Stikkbombs), Twin-linked shoota (5pts)

    • Power Klaw – Nob (51pts)

‘Eavy armour (5pts) (‘Eavy Armour), Power klaw (25pts), Slugga, Stikkbombs (1pts) (Stikkbombs)

    • Power Klaw + Waaagh! Banner – Nob (66pts)

‘Eavy armour (5pts) (‘Eavy Armour), Power klaw (25pts), Slugga, Stikkbombs (1pts) (Stikkbombs), Waaagh! banner (15pts) (Waaagh! Banner)

    • Painboy (51pts)

‘Urty syringe (‘Urty Syringe), Dok’s tools (Dok’s Tools), Stikkbombs (1pts) (Stikkbombs)

  • Tankbustas (175pts)

2x Bomb-squig (10pts) (Bomb-squig)

    • Nob (45pts)

‘Eavy armour (5pts) (‘Eavy Armour), Power klaw (15pts)

    • 7x Tankbusta (105pts)

7x Rokkit launcha, 7x Tankbusta bombz (Tankbusta Bombz)

    • Tankbusta with tankhammer (15pts)

Tankbusta bombz (Tankbusta Bombz), Tankhammer

Troops (385pts)

  • Shootas + Trukk – Ork Boyz (100pts)
    • 9x Shootas – Boy (54pts)

9x Shoota

    • Big Shoota – Boy with special weapon (11pts)

Big shoota (5pts)

    • Trukk dos Shootas – Trukk (35pts)

Ramshackle

Big shoota

  • Sluga Boys – Ork Boyz (155pts)
    • 17x Boy (102pts)

17x Slugga & choppa (Choppa)

    • Big Shoota – Boy with special weapon (11pts)

Big shoota (5pts)

    • Big Shoota – Boy with special weapon (11pts)

Big shoota (5pts)

    • Nob (31pts)

‘Eavy armour (5pts) (‘Eavy Armour), Big choppa (5pts), Bosspole (5pts) (Bosspole)

  • Ork Boyz (130pts)
    • 18x Boy (108pts)

18x Slugga & choppa (Choppa)

    • Boy with special weapon (11pts)

Big shoota (5pts)

    • Boy with special weapon (11pts)

Big shoota (5pts)

Fast Attack (225pts)

  • Deffkoptas (225pts)
    • Deffkopta (45pts)

Choppa, Twin-linked rokkit launcha (10pts)

    • Deffkopta (45pts)

Choppa, Twin-linked rokkit launcha (10pts)

    • Deffkopta (45pts)

Choppa, Twin-linked rokkit launcha (10pts)

    • Deffkopta (45pts)

Choppa, Twin-linked rokkit launcha (10pts)

    • Deffkopta (45pts)

Choppa, Twin-linked rokkit launcha (10pts)

Heavy Support (265pts)

  • Big Gunz (50pts)

2x Lobba (50pts)

    • 4x Gretchin

4x Grot blasta

  • Deff Dread (95pts)

Big shoota (5pts), 2x Dreadnought close combat weapon, Dreadnought close combat weapon (15pts)

  • Killa Kans (120pts)

 

So having purchased and assembled the 2000 point army ( and a little more), for the enxt months I’ll focus my efforts in painting each unit and, of course, gaming a lot.

 

It’s important to mention the list above isn’t definitive. I’ll alter it as I feel the need on my forthcoming battles with my mates.

 

As for the costs here’s a chart:

 

 

And that’s it for now dear Readers. See you soon and remember this is the third part in a series of articles. You can click the following links to check part 1 and part 2.
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Olá pessoal.

 

Continuando a série de artigos sobre “A tale of X Gamers” – ToXG, venho relatar a minha experiência no terceiro mês do desafio de construir um army Ork de 2.000 pontos no Warhammer 40K.

 

No mês anterior foram finalizadas as pinturas das minis da caixa básica (20 boys, 5 Nobz e 1 Warboss) e montadas as da BattleForce, os Lootas, Big Mek e boys extras comprados do ebay.

 

Esse mês recebi novos itens que comprei no eBay, para aumentar o army. Assim, gastei o  tempo livre para montar e organizar o novo exército.

 

Além disso, como não aguentava mais ver tantos ORKs somente no primer preto, comecei a pintar as cores básicas da pele e roupas, como veremos a seguir. Acho que dei uma boa adiantada na pintura em razão da quantidade de miniaturas.

 

Como já havia mencionado antes, a prioridade vem sendo mesmo adquirir e montar as miniaturas, para chegar logo aos 2.000 pontos, jogar com os amigos de Cuiabá, e testar as táticas de cada unidade Ork. Tanto é que já atingi essa pontuação com as compras mais recentes, como veremos a seguir.

 

As novas unidades foram adquiridas em razão da necessidade que senti nos últimos jogos que tive contra os amigos Gereth e Valter. As unidades compradas são as seguintes:

 

  • HQ: Mad Dok GrotSnik (será ser usado também como painboy) e Ghazghkull Thraaka
  • Elites: Kommandos, TankBustas,
  • Heavy Support: 1 Deff Dredd, 3 Killa Kans, 1 BattleWagon, 2 Big Guns
  • Fast: 1 Trukk e 3 Deff Kopta

Precisarei de mais um Trukk, pois a quantidade de Orks esta aumentando, e preciso colocá-los o mais rápido possível à frente da batalha.

 

Com os Kommandos pretendo entrar por trás das linhas inimigas. Pena que eles não podem assaltar no turno que entram, mas uma flambada nas costas do inimigo também não é nada mal.

 

Com o Deff Dread e Killa Kans vou avançando no terreno e talvez oferecendo algum cover para os boys, além de pipocar alguns tiros no caminho. E se chegarem no close combat, podem causar um estrago.

 

A BattleWagon é útil tanto para atacar quanto para transportar unidades até o inimigo, além de ter uma armadura melhor. Pretendo colocar minha melhor unidade de elite nela: o Ghazghkull Thraaka acompanhado dos Nobz.

 

Os DeffKoptas foram comprados só para aumentar a unidade que já tinha, e porque estavam bem baratos no ebay.

 

Os TankBustas são minha esperança de abrir mais facilmente os tanques inimigos.

 

E finalmente, as duas Big Guns vão ficar bem posicionadas para atirar no inimigo a uma distância razoável, sem precisar se mover. Quem sabe não consigo algumas baixas antes mesmo dos boys alcançarem o inimigo.

 

As compras pelo ebay foram mais baratas que o site da GW, mas não gostei muito destas últimas, pois as peças vieram já montadas e no primer preto. Apesar de estarem em bom estado e ter o preço mais barato, notei que perdi uma parte interessante do hobby, que é a justamente montagem das miniaturas.

 

Achei muito chato receber a Battlewagon inteira montada (paguei US$ 49,00). Fiquei imaginando como seria muito mais legal de montar aquele veículo. E pra piorar, comprando já montada, fico sem os Bits extras, como por exemplo, os gunners.

 

Infelizmente, tive o azar de ser taxado pela Receita em um dos pacotes. O valor do imposto saiu em R$ 192,00. Como a caixa tinha que ser grande para caber a BattleWagon montada, não passou desapercebida pelo fisco.

 

Mas esse erro não vou mais cometer. Não compro mais nada montado. Só compro se for no sprue. O ebay é sim uma ótima alternativa para compras, mas aprendi que não se pode ter pressa. Comprei a Battewagon no impulso no dia que fiz a busca no site. Era a melhor opção do dia. Mais recentemente fiz nova busca e encontrei-a pelo mesmo preço que paguei, porém, esta outra estava no sprue! Devia ter aguardado mais uns dias antes de comprar.

 

Vejam como ela veio:

 

 

O Deff Dread e os Killa Kans também vieram montados. Aqui estão eles:

 

 

 

De qualquer forma, agora vou colocar essas novas máquinas no campo de batalha para trucidar alguns oponentes.

 

E aqui seguem as Big Guns.

 

 

As demais miniaturas foram montadas e algumas primadas. Nada de especial ainda.

 

Aqui estão os Kommandos, com dois 2 burners montados com bits que sobraram da caixa de Lootas e boys do ebay:

 

 

Agora dos TankBustas:

 

 

Gostei de usar estes Tankbustas numa das ultimas batalha que jogamos na casa do Gereth. Eles tiveram um bom desempenho atacando os tanques inimigos.

 

Queria aumentar a unidade. Mas o custo dela é muito alto. No site da GW o preço é U$ 45,00!!! Então decidi tentar fazer minha primeira conversão com bits que estão sobrando aqui, coisa bem básica mesmo.

 

Usando bits de ork boys e as 3 armas rockit launcha que estavam sem uso, cortei 2 das armas e removi o meio para ficar mais curta para ser usada por uma só mão, assim poderia colocar outra bomba qualquer no outro braço.  Colei um pedaço de sprue no meio da arma e eles ficaram assim:

 

 

 

Para ficar mais característico, usei as mochilas com mísseis, granadas e bombas anti-tanques.

 

Assim, consegui acrescentar à unidade mais 3 tankbustas. Quando for pintar todos eles com as mesmas características, acho que vai ficar bem legal. Muito mais barato que comprar outra caixa de Tankbustas.

 

E este abaixo é o temível Ghazghkull Thraaka. Joguei algumas partidas e ele realmente fez a diferença nas batlhas. A cabeça já foi pintada separadamente. A armadura ainda falta pintar.

 

 

E agora uma foto dos boys com a pintura iniciada:

 

 

Bom, essa foi a atividade desenvolvida no hobby nos meses de novembro de dezembro. Embora não tenha terminado a pintura de nenhuma unidade completa, acho que o army como um todo teve uma grande evolução.

 

Como o número de unidades cresceu muito, tive bastante dificuldade em somar os pontos para as batalhas com os amigos. Tentei somar tudo numa planilha Excel, mas não ficou muito bom. Então descobri um software gratuito que me ajudou muito nesse aspecto, e gostaria compartilhar com os leitores.

 

O software tem o nome de “Battle Scribe”, e pode ser encontrado no site do desenvolvedor. Como eles não podem distribuir uma aplicação com as regras dos armys de WH40K, esses dados são construídos pela comunidade, e deve ser importados pelo softwar.

 

Numa busca pelo Google, encontrei o seguinte post, com links dos arquivos de vários sistemas, inclusive o 40k:

 

Com o teste que fiz para meu army Ork, funcionou muito bem e sem erros, calculando corretamente conforme o Codex e regras da 6ª edição.

 

Fica a dica, para que tem certa dificuldade em organizar a lista do army, assim como eu.

 

Quanto à lista do army, em razão do limite de Elites e HQs, acabei retirando a unidade de Lootas e o WarBoss. Só tenho 5 Lootas, razão pela qual preferi substituí-los pelos tankbustas + kommandos. Já o Warboss foi substituído pelo Ghazghkull Thraka.

 

Vejamos a lista atual dos ORKs (essa lista foi gerada pelo soft acima):

ORKs (2000+pts)

HQ (310pts)

  • Big Mek (85pts)

Choppa, Kustom force field (50pts) (Kustom Force Field), Mek’s tools (Mek’s Tools)

  • Ghazghkull Thraka (225pts)
    • Mega-armour

Mega Armour, Slow and Purposeful

Big shoota, Power klaw

Elites (815pts)

  • Kommandos (140pts)
    • 4x Kommando (40pts)

4x Choppa, 4x Slugga, 4x Stikkbombs (Stikkbombs)

    • Burna – Kommando with special weapon (25pts)

Burna (15pts) (Burna), Stikkbombs (Stikkbombs)

    • Burna – Kommando with special weapon (25pts)

Burna (15pts) (Burna), Stikkbombs (Stikkbombs)

    • Nob (50pts)

‘Eavy armour (5pts) (‘Eavy Armour), Power klaw (25pts), Slugga, Stikkbombs (Stikkbombs)

  • Nobz + BW – Nobz (500pts)

Furious Charge, Mob Rule, Waaagh!

    • Battlewagon (105pts)

Big shoota (5pts), Kannon (10pts)

    • Twin-Linked Shoota + Big Choppa – Nob (36pts)

‘Eavy armour (5pts) (‘Eavy Armour), Big choppa (5pts), Stikkbombs (1pts) (Stikkbombs), Twin-linked shoota (5pts)

    • Big Choppa – Nob (31pts)

‘Eavy armour (5pts) (‘Eavy Armour), Big choppa (5pts), Slugga, Stikkbombs (1pts) (Stikkbombs)

    • Big Choppa – Nob (31pts)

‘Eavy armour (5pts) (‘Eavy Armour), Big choppa (5pts), Slugga, Stikkbombs (1pts) (Stikkbombs)

    • Big Choppa – Nob (31pts)

‘Eavy armour (5pts) (‘Eavy Armour), Big choppa (5pts), Slugga, Stikkbombs (1pts) (Stikkbombs)

    • Big Choppa – Nob (31pts)

‘Eavy armour (5pts) (‘Eavy Armour), Big choppa (5pts), Slugga, Stikkbombs (1pts) (Stikkbombs)

    • Big Choppa – Nob (31pts)

‘Eavy armour (5pts) (‘Eavy Armour), Big choppa (5pts), Slugga, Stikkbombs (1pts) (Stikkbombs)

    • Twin-Linked Shoota + Big Choppa – Nob (36pts)

‘Eavy armour (5pts) (‘Eavy Armour), Big choppa (5pts), Stikkbombs (1pts) (Stikkbombs), Twin-linked shoota (5pts)

    • Power Klaw – Nob (51pts)

‘Eavy armour (5pts) (‘Eavy Armour), Power klaw (25pts), Slugga, Stikkbombs (1pts) (Stikkbombs)

    • Power Klaw + Waaagh! Banner – Nob (66pts)

‘Eavy armour (5pts) (‘Eavy Armour), Power klaw (25pts), Slugga, Stikkbombs (1pts) (Stikkbombs), Waaagh! banner (15pts) (Waaagh! Banner)

    • Painboy (51pts)

‘Urty syringe (‘Urty Syringe), Dok’s tools (Dok’s Tools), Stikkbombs (1pts) (Stikkbombs)

  • Tankbustas (175pts)

2x Bomb-squig (10pts) (Bomb-squig)

    • Nob (45pts)

‘Eavy armour (5pts) (‘Eavy Armour), Power klaw (15pts)

    • 7x Tankbusta (105pts)

7x Rokkit launcha, 7x Tankbusta bombz (Tankbusta Bombz)

    • Tankbusta with tankhammer (15pts)

Tankbusta bombz (Tankbusta Bombz), Tankhammer

Troops (385pts)

  • Shootas + Trukk – Ork Boyz (100pts)
    • 9x Shootas – Boy (54pts)

9x Shoota

    • Big Shoota – Boy with special weapon (11pts)

Big shoota (5pts)

    • Trukk dos Shootas – Trukk (35pts)

Ramshackle

Big shoota

  • Sluga Boys – Ork Boyz (155pts)
    • 17x Boy (102pts)

17x Slugga & choppa (Choppa)

    • Big Shoota – Boy with special weapon (11pts)

Big shoota (5pts)

    • Big Shoota – Boy with special weapon (11pts)

Big shoota (5pts)

    • Nob (31pts)

‘Eavy armour (5pts) (‘Eavy Armour), Big choppa (5pts), Bosspole (5pts) (Bosspole)

  • Ork Boyz (130pts)
    • 18x Boy (108pts)

18x Slugga & choppa (Choppa)

    • Boy with special weapon (11pts)

Big shoota (5pts)

    • Boy with special weapon (11pts)

Big shoota (5pts)

Fast Attack (225pts)

  • Deffkoptas (225pts)
    • Deffkopta (45pts)

Choppa, Twin-linked rokkit launcha (10pts)

    • Deffkopta (45pts)

Choppa, Twin-linked rokkit launcha (10pts)

    • Deffkopta (45pts)

Choppa, Twin-linked rokkit launcha (10pts)

    • Deffkopta (45pts)

Choppa, Twin-linked rokkit launcha (10pts)

    • Deffkopta (45pts)

Choppa, Twin-linked rokkit launcha (10pts)

Heavy Support (265pts)

  • Big Gunz (50pts)

2x Lobba (50pts)

    • 4x Gretchin

4x Grot blasta

  • Deff Dread (95pts)

Big shoota (5pts), 2x Dreadnought close combat weapon, Dreadnought close combat weapon (15pts)

  • Killa Kans (120pts)

 

Adquirido e montado o exército de 2000 pontos (e um pouco mais), para os próximos meses concentrarei esforços para pintar cada unidade, e claro, jogar bastante.

 

Importante ressaltar que a lista acima não é definitiva. Poderei alterá-la conforme sentir necessidade nas próximas batalhas com os amigos.

 

Quanto aos custos, vamos à tabela:

 

 

Por enquanto é isso, caros leitores. Até a próxima e lembre-se de que este é o terceiro artigo de uma série. Se você ainda não leu os artigos anteriores pode fazê-lo clicando aqui para a parte 1 e parte 2.

Comments
  1. Vitor says:

    Iae Marcelo!

    Tu levantou um ponto interessante, dizendo “Mas esse erro não vou mais cometer. Não compro mais nada montado. Só compro se for no sprue.”

    Nesse hobby, tu passa a maior parte do tempo preparando as miniaturas pro jogo! E os kits plasticos da GW são muito legais. Comprar eles montados é um tiro no pé mesmo. Tu perde metade da diversão.

    Sem contar a possibilidade de montar do teu jeito e até mesmo de poder magnetizar o kit e ter todas as opções de armas, que é algo bastante facil de fazer.

    • Marcelo Ferrari says:

      Exatamente, Vitor.
      Foi muito frustante receber as minis prontas… =(
      Caí nas tentações do ebay. Tudo culpa da GW, que não deixa as boas lojas venderem pra nós do Brasil.

      • Vitor says:

        Mas compra da FRP games que nunca me deu estresse! outro lugar bacana q com um pouco de sorte ainda acha minis metalicas é a Noble Knights. Nessas lojas se consegue uns 10% off do preço do site da GW. Com isso se paga o frete.

        O imposto é uma roleta, as vezes pega as vezes nao.

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