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Necrons 2.0


Deranged, homicidal, hubristic, robotic skeleton pharaohs from space, surrounded by mindless, mechanical minions with massive machine-guns.  Right now I find it difficult to imagine a more appealing theme for a toy soldier project.

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Choose Your Own Adventurers #17, #18, #19: Infiltrators

L ro R: Testbed Slave, Cyborg (Talisman), Cyborg (Adventurers).

The beginning of 2019, the year when Bladerunner is set, seems like a good time to post some photos of cyborgs.

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Kommandos #1

There is something about orks that makes them well suited to “pasted on” themes.

Give a space marine a sombrero and he will look like he has unresolved emotional issues… but give a space ork a sombrero on the other hand (or even better, on his head) and narrative starts to shoot out of him like fireworks.

And that’s my badly stretched simile driven lead-in to why late 20th century style S.A.S. orks in Martian camouflage that I wasn’t keen on in 1994 are what I like right now.

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Kill Team: “Deflesh Mode”

To a backing track of synthesizers, “Deflesh Mode” leap from a webway portal direct from 0.969.998.M2, ready to take on some puny mon’keigh in Kill Team.

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21 Dump Street Precinct Adeptus Arbites: Veteran and Rookies


What’s a cop story without a veteran only [X (TIME UNITS)] from retirement?
No better than a cop story without some idealistic rookie coming up to replace them, that’s what.
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Choose Your Own Adventurers #12: Doug Orewell, Squat Miner

In a space mine (space mine),
In a space mine (space mine),
Where a million dilithium crystals (shine).

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Choose Your Own Adventurers #9: Erica James, Sister of Silence


Shes superfreakaayy.
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