Renegade Heavy Weapons

Finished up these heavy weapons units for the Renegade Militia. Will admit that I bought them based and magnetised so it was a painting only effort.

The tripod on this Autocannon model is magnetised so the heavy weapon can be swapped for a Lascannon or Heavy Weapon as well.

Really like this foxhole model with the traitors dug in. Head and shoulders only!

Renegade Militia Updates

Really liked the Firebrand model out of Blackstone Fortress. Tricky to paint because sub-assemblies aren’t that easy on this one…

Converted firebrand with a fuel canister from Zinge Industries…

Third one converted from a 1987 Bob Olley sculpted Astronaut model. Quite pleased with this one as there is a massive difference in the quality of the modern casts.

Renegade militia sniper squad to add to the ranks of the 352nd Vraksian Corps.

Really like the Anvil Industry miniatures, sniper rifles are a bit of a faff to built but look really good once done.

Painted up the last of the Blackstone Fortress renegades. Liking the additions and weapons that are included.

Renegade Ogryns

When the original renegade militia Forgeworld models were produced I really liked them, yet getting hold of a set has only just happened. Will be interesting to see how these guys get on in combat.

More Renegade Militia

Made up another squad of renegade militia using the miniatures from the Blackstone Fortress set plus some other bits from the spares box.

The new sculpts are good ones so fine additions to the current troops.

Renegade Psykers

Managed to get hold of some of the miniatures out of the Blackstone Fortress game. These are the renegade psykers.

These are pretty cool sculpts but it makes me want to build a rogue psyker coven so I am going to look for some other models to add to the numbers.

Harlequin FLGS Meet Up

A bunch of us here in the North West from the DZTV community met up at the Harlequins Game Store in Preston. The idea was to try and fit in 3 games in a day and to make that happen everyone was limited to 500 points. Picking a list was tricky!

So I went for a mash up list of Renegade Militia, Night Lords and House Liagaun Knights, giving me:

  • Dark Apostle and two Dark Disciples
  • 5 Night Lords Marines including a Reaper Chaincannon
  • 3 Night Lord Bikers]
  • 2 squads of 10 Renegade Militia one with a Lascannon and one with a Plasma Gun
  • House Liagaun Wardog with Thermal Spear, Heavy Stubbier and Reaper Chain Cleaver

First game was against Sam aka DZTV Sultan and his Vorkanis 22nd Air Assault Guard. Could they traverse the board before being wiped out by the Night Lord Ambush?

Airborne mobility was a thing!

So was inaccurate shooting by the Renegade Militia. Too many combat stims made them terrible shots!

Should have brought more Marines, the mobility of the bikes was particularly impactful.

The Wardog also failed to prove it’s worth. Failing to deliver on some vital dice rolls.

At the end the loyalists escaped and the advancing marines could not chase them down fast enough!

Game two was going to be a real test with the Golden Host themselves sent in to purge the heretics! Jon Bailey aka Squid Paints had Brough some lovely looking models.

There were not many Custodians on the table, but each one was hard as nails and lethal.

The bikers charged in for a hit and run attack and left depleted but having reduced the numbers slightly.

The Lascannon put a scratch on the jet bike, which attracted the attention of the Emperor’s finest.

Open fire!

That just led to close combat which was bad news for the Night Lords.

Camping out and racking up points led to a steadily amounting set of victory points.

Out of range Custodians doing the same! Unfortunately they couldn’t catch up on the Victory points raced up by the traitors.

Final game against Brapscallion who hadn’t brought his Minotaurs this time instead favouring his Genestealer cult. Should be a walk over right?

Wrong! The Wardog went down to mining tools following an ambush and charge in the opening round. After that there was no way back into the game. Just too many of them and not enough (accurate) gun to take them out.

It was good to try some different army compositions and it’s made me think about how things might need to evolve in future.

Renegade Guard

So back when Forgeworld released the Renegade Guard models around 2007 I thought they were some of the best sculpts I had seen but for various reasons I never bought any.

Fast forward to 2018 and the announcement they are going out of production I bought up a set and finally this year painted them up.

And yes they do sit well alongside the 19th Company

More to come once I get around to painting them up.

Chaos Renegades

When Forgeworld announced the were doing a final production run on the chaos renegades I snapped a load up which have been sat in blister packs ever since:

Having decided it was time to remedy this situation I have finally assembled them all and started painting them up. Here’s the command squad:

Plus the Enforcer squad:

I need to find the rules for the enforcers, but they’re a good looking squad.

This squad came up on the Bay of E and was a proper bargain, really well painted too:

I liked the idea of the heavy weapons team, so I’ve bought another three gun team units to convert and paint up too.

I’ve also managed to get my final 10 man squad of renegades into base coat so will get them finished off soon.