After a productive rummage through the city, it was time to head back to their temporary den. The Skaven warband “Fierce” was scurrying back through the city as a good pace. The six rats easily moved through the shadows without making a noise. Even the large rat ogre, Stinky, had no trouble sticking to the darkness as shadows grew longer.
Cheesey the Assassin Adept came to a silent hault, and the warband froze. From the distance came the loud bellowing of the quarreling green-skin warband. The dumb brutes were walking in their direction. Cheesey saw that they were both heading down the same street, with only one way to get to the other side; by slicing through the thick sculls of the Orc warband.
Cheesey almost squealed in delight of the thought of sinking his fighting claws into the Orcs who had forced him to retreat.
Crabi the Credible and his warband of Orcs and Goblins were rummaging through the rubble of a collapsed tower.Â As he tossed a chunk of cement aside, he hollered at the two orc boyz closest to him. “Hey! It’s been forever. Wher’s the gems?” The boyz looked around trying to find who he was talking to. But before Crabi could give the closest boy a punch to the face, he noticed Durrr, the troll, licking the bark off the remains of a tree.
“DURRR!?! Wat are ya doin’? Get ov’r here… I can’t get you ta do anyth’ng…” said the Orc boss as he hustled over to the drueling troll.
In the shadows two Skaven were quickly scurrying away into the night to report the possible gems in the area.
The persistent yet patient badgering of the neighbor I so happily taught about Mordheim has forced me to start Montana Mordheim Campaign 2. Michael has not even mentioned Mordheim in months, but when I went over to see his new puppy, he was calling “Mortheim” out to me before I even go to his driveway. I really didn’t think I’d be able to post on this blog for a long while, and I most likely will not be able to do the most fun parts (building terrain and painting minis), but the playing the game every week or so will still be a good break.
Ashton’s Orcs (no time for names yet =(. )
It has been two and a half months since my last post, and I have finally come out of denial. I admit it: I’m taking a break from Mordheim. =(
I was well on my way to making my 2008 target for number of posts, and it has been my intention to get back down to my Mordheim desk and continue building. Although I didn’t think it was possible, life has gotten in the way
What I’m trying to say is that, although it pains me to admit it, I am officially on a Mordheim break. I hope to get back on top of my other projects in the near future. Feel free to browse through my previous posts until I get back to Mordheim.
Today, is the 1st anniversary of my Mordheim Blog (and I still don’t have a logo… tch, tch on me).
I’m so glad I was able to get back into this ridiculously entertaining game we call Mordheim, and this blog has really kept me at it. I really must admit, just making terrain, painting minis and posting on this blog is actually more fun than playing the game. =) Not that playing the game isn’t extremely entertaining; the construction, building and painting are just so rewarding.
Over the last 4 years, I have become quite a blogging fanatic, and even though this is the smallest niche of my blogs (besides my family blog) it is by far the most popular. Thank you for visiting, reading and commenting. Read the Rest of the Post >
I think is the longest incomplete Mordheim project I have ever had. I started this horse cart in Novermber of last year (almost 1 year ago). Here is this almost-complete horse cart as it sits on my desk today:
First off, Happy Guy Fawkes Day!
Secondly, Here’s my first completed terrain project in quite a while. (June?)
To continue with progressing on my incomplete projects, I have this little Mordheim Planter, if you can call it that.
I would like to introduce the first co-author on the Mordheim in Montana Blog. Although this gifted wordsmith isn’t actually located in Montana, he is a talented Mordheimer, painter and terrain maker (as you will soon see) and will make an excellent addition to this blog.
I was extremely lucky to receive the following fine terrain bits as a gift in exchange for taking pictures of them. Don’t tell my parents, but these are the sweetest gifts I’ve gotten in a long time. =)
This is a variant of the “I Work For Food” [which I DO ] theme; in this case, it’s “I paint for pics.”
But that a side, NOW TO DAZZLE YOUR COLLECTIVE BRAINS WITH WORKS OF WONDER: AN EXCLUSIVE PRESENTATION FROM THE COLLECTION OF ASHTON “THE MONTANA KID” SANDERS:
Below we find a Group shot of the Thingys I dispatched to Ashton to ply his AMAZING photograhic talents upon, AND to test his patience with NUMEROUS questions of ASTOUNDING stupidity:
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Warboss Kurgan from Flame On (and Tom’s Boring Mordheim Forum) created the most ingenious Halloween Orcs: