13 Comments:

  1. Bloody hell! They are awesome. I had virtually no interest in the ogres but those models are just amazing, thanks for sharing!

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  2. Where did they get those pictures? Just went you think the average large model army could not get any larger!

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  3. 0_o best models i have ever seen. just orgasmic. THANKYOU. great blog.

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  4. seriously, first time i got goose bumps by seeing the warhammer minis.

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  5. Wow. They look amazing. Loe the new look Scraper Launcher.

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  6. Large cannon is called an Ironblaster and the last pic (perhaps mount for a hunter?) is called a Stonehorn (or so sez Interwebz). They all look absoloutly amazing. Cant wait to get my hands on these behemoths.

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  7. Of course if i loaded the pics up rather than viewing on the page on my mobile phone I'd've noticed it says names underneath *hides*

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  8. The white and brown maxxox things are the same kit, look at the back left left. Same portion is hairless

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  9. ^^^^
    hes right, Wow nice find

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  10. Just when I thought the arachnorok was big, GW come out with these beasts. So now how do I come up with a cool reason to turn one of those Stonehorn models into a Tyranid Ultralisk/Tyrannofex? Oh, nvm...

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  11. If the scarp launcher and the Sky Titan Cannon are one kit that may just be worth getting.

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  12. I see thunderwolf cavalry conversion posibilities as well.

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  13. I am a little curious if the Stonehorn will he added to the bound monsters list for Storm of Magic. I could see that being a White Dwarf article.

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