New Sisters of Battle in 2019

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.

Imperial Sororitas Knight – Planning ahead (Part I)

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.

Conversions | Saint Nora de Brühl

The Saint is finally flying. I found the time to paint her over the last weekend and I am pretty happy with the results. Eventhough I have to admit, that several things went wrong - but I took a lot of learnings and thats great. Especially when thinking about the upcoming Sororitas Knight Project, starting next week!

Codex | Saint Nora de Brühl (New HQ)

Time for some new rules and teasers on my current project - Saint Nora de Brühl, eponym of my Sisters of Battle Order and living Saint of the Imperium of Men. Saint Nora is a true beacon of light on the battlefield and both a terrible foe in close combat and an inspiration for all sisters around her.

Conversions | Seraphim, Imagifier & Hospitaller: Preview

Welcome to another conversion-entry! It's been quite a while since I last showed some progress, so I decided to give a little preview for my next conversions - Plastic Seraphim and Imagifier + Hospitaller. It took several weeks for some parts to arrive and now I realized, that my base-primer is empty ... so yeah, will take some more days to start painting what I'm showing today.

Conversions | Plastic Canoness

Every army needs a leader and when there is no Saint around, there's only one true choice for the Sisters of Battle, the Canoness (with the Blade of Admonition). To keep everything in plastic, I used the same body as for my other Plastic Sisters, but this time I added a lot of bits from miniatures I kept around for quite a long time.

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