Friday, 16 November 2012

Praetorians muster for campaign on Gaois Secundus

Greetings everyone

Apologise for the lack of activity in recent weeks. I've recently moved house and am still waiting for the rather slow Internet people to hook my house up! Consequently I'm limited to Internet on my phone which is not good for blogging!

Sadly this means no photos in this post as the iPhone doesn't seem to let me upload any directly. Anyway, I have just finished a hydra flak tank for my guard and am hoping to finish up a unit of 3 mortars and another command section for next weekend. The reason for that being I'm off to Nottingham again!

The planetary governor of Gaois Secondus sent a desperate plea for help to praetorian high command who duly responded. However they did not send merely one regiment but two! My army will be joining commissar dave's army up there and we will be teaming up for the doubles game, 4000 points of praetorian goodness.

I will take a whole load of photos when I'm up there so you will be able to see all the action when I get back (and have Internet finally sorted!). It's also my birthday next week so I might just treat myself to a large lump of resin up in Nottingham, I've always wanted a thunderbolt, but then again I've always wanted a marauder too...


  1. Maurauder! So sexy....

    Good luck with the game - excited to see pics!

    Pre-birthday wishes to you sir also!

  2. Hi mate,

    I'm looking forward to it as well and I think it will be a sight to behold. On the Birthday thing snap as it is the weekend before mine, so I might have to treat myself as well.

    I would say get a Thunderbolt as they are an absolute joy to build and paint, and you would get more use out of it. The Marauda is a nice model too, but you will only be able to use it in apockalypse games. You can have a look at my Thunderbolt and see what you think. How would you tie a flyer into your army?

  3. That sounds like it will be a awesome game! very jealous!
    Best of luck commanders.

  4. Looking forward to hearing about it! And check out the blog, Colonel - you've won a Liebster!