Sisters of Battle Objective Markers

The updated Sisters of Battle range comes with a fair few Cherubs, a staple of the Imperium’s aesthetic, saying so much about the horror of the regime. Of course I had to have a handful in my Sororitas collection, a little reminder that no matter how angelic or saintly they may appear, the Sisters of…

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Order of Our Martyred Lady Repentia

Some more reinforcements for my Sororitas, this time in the form of redemption seeking, chainsaw wielding zealots. I wanted my Sisters of Battle collection to be more focused on the saintly/angelic imagery of the Sororitas, hence my lack of Penitent Engines and Arco-Flagellants. I like the grim dark aspects of the faction, it’s just not…

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Order of Our Martyred Lady Palatine

Another addition to my Sisters of Battle command structure is a Palatine. While I think the official model is fine, I wanted something a bit fancier to represent this Sister. The Triumph of Saint Catherine kit provided a great alternative and something that fit my tastes perfectly. I love the sword and shield combo, the…

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Order of Our Martyred Lady Imagifier

Something I’ve been really enjoying about the Sisters of Battle range are all the banners. Not only are they fun to paint, but I enjoy how much height they add to the army, various tapestries flowing in the wind. It’s a great visual, and something I wanted to add to with my own Imagifier. I…

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Order of Our Martyred Lady Canoness

Leading my slowly growing Sisters of Battle collection is a Canoness, Sister Angela d’Feu. The Canoness model is fantastic, offering a variety of loadout options, all of which look great. The Brazier of Holy Fire is the focus of the model, once again a chance for me to practice painting fiery objects, but I love…

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Aestred Thurga, Reliquant at Arms

A pair of my favourite models in the Sisters of Battle, Aestred Thurga and Agathae Dolan. I love the focus on an inspirational figure for the Sororitas who has been entrusted with an ancient and sacred relic. It’s also refreshing to have a Agathae present, an older woman who records the deeds of Aestred instead…

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Death Guard Rhino

Of course no force of Space Marines, traitor or otherwise, would be complete without the ever reliable Rhino. I had a lot of fun with this project, turning a plain Rhino into a small plague hub for the Death Guard. I decided early on to make some changes to have it fit in with the…

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Death Guard Plague Marines

The core of the Death Guard forces are the Plague Marines. The entire Death Guard range is great, and the updated Plague Marines are a real standout. They have a great bulk and sense of weight to them. Clad in ancient suits of Power Armour and with a very unique aesthetic that really lets them…

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Death Guard Foetid Bloat-drone

Another smaller Daemon Engine to support the ranks of Death Guard infantry. I love the disgusting design of the thing, a mass of sick flesh encased in armoured plates that leaks disease. I had a lot of fun painting the skin, using a lot of reds and some purples which contrasts nicely against the green…

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Death Guard Biologus Putrifier

One of my favourite models from the whole of the Death Guard range is the mad chemist of the Legion. I love the three eyed helmet and long needle/beak, and the wings of potions and poisons really sell the whole look. I really like this niche archetype, and it brings to mind plague doctors, although…

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