Here's an example of a model that got better with 6th Edition! A charge range of 2d6, a collar for psychic defense, and a rending high-strength attack are all pretty darn nifty.
Especially the increased charge range! I never used these in 6th 'cause a Strictly Average 6" was never long enough.
Anyway, I built and painted this dude in the last 24-hours for the Little Tim That Could - something to supplement his Chaos army.
This is 95% airbrushing, and most of it was done before breakfast then after lunch yesterday. Details went on this morning before work, and I just now took these pictures lunchtime of day two.
Each Hound is the spawn of a formerly powerful champion of each of the other primary Chaos powers. In order, Slaanesh, Tzeentch, and Nurgle. I kept it a subtle nod, more for fluffy character than anything else.
Another nod to Daemon Powers; the Herald's feet constantly ooze the blood of his enemies. When he took up the Chariot, millennia ago, the wheels became greased on the same fluid. The Herald leaves a noticeable trail for his enemies... let them come.
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