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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Cherubs

A fun little side project for my growing Sisters of Battle collection. Creepy and unsettling, these little friends help push the gothic aesthetic and horror of the Imperium. Most of these come from the various Sisters of Battle kits, and I plan on adding at least a few more to the group. Trysanna Miniature painter,…

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Order of Our Martyred Lady Battle Sisters Squad

I love the Sisters of Battle. They have a unique aesthetic that really highlights the gothic vibe of the Imperium, and it helps them stand out from the many other power armoured forces in the 40k. I can’t express how excited I am to see them make a glorious return to Warhammer 40k in plastic.…

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Painting Sisters of Battle Monastery Bases

Here’s a quick post sharing the recipe for painting the bases of my Sisters Of Battle. Note that I kept the models separate from the bases when painting and glued them on afterwards. Start with a basecoat Rakarth Flesh, getting a nice even coat before moving on. Add a heavy stipple of Flayed One Flesh,…

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Order of Our Martyred Lady Retributor Squad

Adding some fire support to this growing force was an easy choice. The Retributors come with a variety of thematic weapons, all of which fit the Sisters of Battle perfectly. I chose to arm my squad with a pair of Heavy Bolters and Heavy Flamers. I’ve always loved the colour scheme of The Order of…

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