I finally got a camera worth a damn and decided to do a photoshoot of one of my armies. This is the first time I have posted a real gallery of any of my armies, have posted the odd pic that i have taken with other peoples cameras before but finally got the chance to play with the white-out backgrounds and macro settings and whatnot. The pics aren't all perfect but i don't think i did too bad.
Without further ado...
The Swamplord and his minions of infectious ruin. Lord Septicus and his festerlings. Nurgle's newest and most favoured champion and the disciples that bear fruit to the most noxious of all of the enemies of order.
Or my fantasy warriors of nurgle army that was born of the inflamed infusion of an aborted beastmen project of a few years back and a box of abandoned chaos warriors that a fellow gamer had allowed to tarnish and fester in the aether of a dusty bedroom shelf and then sold to me on the cheap.
Now they live as a collective whole, stronger than any of its constituent parts.
And on with it! I hear you mutter... Very well. I will attach the various pictures with a description for each .
Attachments 1) & 2)
Here is Lord Septicus. He is the blessed of the Grandfather Rot. He is the Swamplord. Like a putrescent Danny DeVito he is the short fat swollen bar steward of the end times. He is truly gifted of nurgle and wherever he treads the ground mutates and transforms into a frankly flatulent broth. Only the most stalwart can even bear to stand on the same battle field, never mind in combat.
He was a pretty simple weapon swap conversion from the nurgle champion model. The cleaver suited him much better. His base shows the swamp that he manifests. To fight Septicus you must be able to stomach his noxious aura. I account for his power to mutate the earth by counting the model as riding a palanquin of nurgle. I believe it fits as the movement is not increased, and the high number of low strength and initiative attacks nicely represent the vile oozes of the swamp clutching at those who venture near.