Warhammer 40k Killteam is out and we decided once again, to work on some house rules for it. So today we'd like to present our own rules for the Sisters of Battle in 40k Killteam. Including Commanders!
Hold your breath, for you will definitely lose it! The first pictures of a new Sister of Battle were officially shown at this years Warhammer Fest - and girl, is this model glorious!
Praise the Emperor! It is finally confirmed. The Sisters of Battle will reappear in one of the darkest hours of the Imperium in 2019. Games Workshop heard our calls from the last 20 years and will release new plastic Sisters of Battle.
Welcome to the domain of the Sisters of Saint Nora. A fully converted Sisters of Battle army - out of plastic. This article is a combination of all the other conversion-posts so far and will be updated regularly.
Time for a recap: After 1 1/2 days of cutting, glueing, melting, drilling and even hurting my self (oh surprise) Step II of my Sorortias Knight is finally done - all parts are fully converted and primed. Now it is time to have a look back and than start to paint.
Tomorrow is the big day and I finally get my hands on an Imperial Knight. It's not that I want to start a new army, but I simply love the model. Its design, its weapons, its pure presence. And it is a brilliant model to convert or at least to add a lot of additional details. So I decided to add a Knight to my Sisters army.
The Order of the Sacred Rose is one of the Orders Militant of the Adepta Sororitas, or the Sisters of Battle, founded in honour of Saint Arabella by the Ecclesiarch Deacis VI in the middle of the 38th Millennium at the same time as the Order of the Bloody Rose was Founded. The Order is based on Terra in the Convent Prioris.
Time for some progress dear friends! Yesterday I could finally finish my third and fourth squad of Sisters and with the Seraphim built and primed, I wanted to share some pics. Hopefully not to boring, but hey, that's why I made this blog 🙂
The Order of the Bloody Rose is one of the Orders Militant of the Adepta Sororitas, or the Sisters of Battle, founded in honour of Saint Mina by the Ecclesiarch Deacis VI. Mina had been one of the five companions of Alicia Dominica, the founder and patron of the Adepta Sororitas, Mina was known as a dark and brooding sister, quick to anger and deadly in combat.