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PDH - Nercomunda Terrain

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PostPosted: Mon Apr 16, 2012 10:38 pm 
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Hi Guys,

It's been a while. I've been building/painting some terrain for Nercomunda recently (also to be used in Inq28 and 40k but with Nerco mainly in mind). So I thought I'd show it to you'll since I beleive you're into this sort of thing. Some of this you might have seen from my scavvy thread but I'm showing it again for completions sake. It doesn't quite fill up a 4' by 4' board yet but at least it is painted.

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Still Flat Pack (otherwise my girlfriend would kill me)

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PostPosted: Tue Apr 17, 2012 8:16 am 
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ahhh the finished product! looks really nice, id love to battle over that.
how does the 28mm inquis work are there web rules for distances? or is it simple math to work it out?

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PostPosted: Tue Apr 17, 2012 8:57 am 
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Cheers Squevil, I'm looking forward to battling over it too.

The Inquisitor rulebook gives all the distances in yards so it is easy to convert to any scale you want. GW used 1 yard = 1 inch when they released it with 54mm models. Most 28mm players use 1 yard = 1/2 inch. I prefer 1 yard = 1cm but I'm easy really.

Commissar Molotov (http://inq28.blogspot.co.uk/) has created an Inq28 reference sheet which does all the hard maths for you http://209.85.122.83/2/150/0/p1020717/INQ28REF.pdf


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PostPosted: Tue Apr 17, 2012 5:21 pm 
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ooh thanks, so basicly i can grab the rule book and play with 28 mm models... sounds great. ive not played it at all but im interested in the rpg style. so much so im making a fluffy sisters army. im covered in glue right now and im done glueing my space whores for the night. ill give them a black coat hopefully tomorrow and share the picks on here. im hoping they will have an iquisition feel to them after i get all the preachers in there too.

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I want to play on that terrain :eek:

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PostPosted: Sun Apr 22, 2012 1:16 am 
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You can pick up the rule book and start playing. It is honestly easier than it first looks too. One thing I suggest is reading the following article on character creation. The characters in the rule book are a little powerful.

http://www.the-conclave.co.uk/characters.html

Hope you got the glue off. Sisters, I'll go have a look for your thread now. Sisters have such a nice aesthetic, cannot wait for plastic ones. Prob pick up a squad then because they will have so many cool conversion bits. I'm building a monodominant Inquisitor and retinue at the moment....crazy religious nutjobs which would fit nicely with a group of sisters. I'll bung up a thread in painting.

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PostPosted: Mon Apr 23, 2012 8:02 am 
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PDH wrote:
You can pick up the rule book and start playing. It is honestly easier than it first looks too. One thing I suggest is reading the following article on character creation. The characters in the rule book are a little powerful.

http://www.the-conclave.co.uk/characters.html

Hope you got the glue off. Sisters, I'll go have a look for your thread now. Sisters have such a nice aesthetic, cannot wait for plastic ones. Prob pick up a squad then because they will have so many cool conversion bits. I'm building a monodominant Inquisitor and retinue at the moment....crazy religious nutjobs which would fit nicely with a group of sisters. I'll bung up a thread in painting.

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the fact that they are metal apeals to me this time. i want a whole metal army before they are failcasts

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