This is an update to an earlier post. The Siege game has (finally) taken place. I won't reveal the victor as I'm planning to cover that in a full battle report in a couple of weeks time, but as we spent such a long time preparing for this game I thought I'd take a moment out to share a few photos as a taster of what's to come.
|The Beasts advance on the castle gates with their battering rams|
I've spent months this year preparing for this Warhammer Siege game. It's taken a (very!) long time and I have written a number of modelling/painting posts along the way. This post simply collects them all together into a simple "table of contents" format and also links out to the blog of my opponent Mike (a.k.a. The Old Giant) who has left his preparations somewhat later than mine: He started work on his 1500 point High Elf army just 9 days before the start of the game!
|The High Elf General surveys the approaching horde. "Bring it on" he mutters...|
Here are the links to the various posts I've written whilst prepping for this:
- Rocks and Boiling Oil
- Siege Towers
- Battering Rams
- Building the Mighty Fortress
- Painting the Mighty Fortress
- The full BattleReport
|The Minotaurs spill onto the walls from their Siege Tower|
And here are the links to Mike's posts on his preparation:
|The Elves defend the walls: Boiling oil has taken it's toll on the Beasts, but still they come!|
I'll update this page again soon with a link to the BattleReport when I've written it.