+++REPORT+++ No one is sure why the Ork known as Orrik Da Red has gone Waaagh-about. Orks are not known for their wandering nature after all... There are many theories, ranging from, "ees' bin kicked outta da warband fer bein' a no good zoggin git" to, "ees' a no good spyin' git wot can't mind … Continue reading More Orksome History: Orrik Da Red
Category: Warhammer 40k
Da Green Krusade – Orksome History
I don't know if I've mentioned this recently, but I'm quite a big fan of Orks. I know that will come as a shock to some people. I love the story of Da Green Krusade and sadly this seems to be something that's getting lost to the mists of time. People who weren't around for … Continue reading Da Green Krusade – Orksome History
Kill Tank scratchbuild Part 2: Widening the battlewagon
In the last part, I explained that I want to make a larger battlewagon than my normal variants. First of all this means widening the basic battlewagon design. I'm going to talk you through how I widened the cab of the plastic GW battlewagon but not the rear portion of it, however the same techniques … Continue reading Kill Tank scratchbuild Part 2: Widening the battlewagon
Kill Tank scratchbuild Part 1: The Plan
I want an Ork Kill Tank. However, I don't like the Forgeworld design. That's not to say I don't think it's a great kit, because it certainly looks like it (never built/assembled one myself), but I'm really not keen on the overall shape or design of it. It's very much like the GW Battlewagon kit. … Continue reading Kill Tank scratchbuild Part 1: The Plan
No, Ork technology isn’t magical.
"For instance, it is widely believed in Ork society that machines painted in a red colour operate faster. As disturbing as it sounds, 'facts' such as this become true. Many captured Ork weapons and items of equipment do not work unless wielded by an Ork. I theorise that many Ork inventions work because the Orks … Continue reading No, Ork technology isn’t magical.
I played 40k for the first time in years tonight. And I liked it. Really, really liked it. This is actually the 3rd article I've started writing about this - I keep getting sidetracked into talking about my history with 40k. They're articles for the future, but I'm going to keep this a lot more … Continue reading 40k’s back