Kill Team 2018
The new edition of Kill Team is IMO a very solid one. While the rules are a bit difficult to get into if you play the current 40K, it is a great easy and also challenging game. A what is different to 40K sheet would help!
Anyway, the great thing about KT for all painters and modellers is the incredible low mini count to get playing. If you go for Primaris Marines or Tau Stealth Suits you can field a team with 5 (!) models. A design goal that I also achieved with my “Victory Decision Raid!” book.
Kill Team - Rogue Trader
The start of my Rogue Trader team. While waiting for the KT Rogue Trader box to arrive I decided to dig out some old minis and paint them as my Rogue Traders.
Above you see the stand ins for Sanistasia Minst, Elucia Vhane and Aximillion. An really old metal Sister Hospitaller, Jack "Captain Blood" Meinhardt from Artel W and the Karakulak space cat from the "Colony 87 - 28mm Sci-Fi Civilians" Kickstarter.
The Jack mini really captures the essence of an intrepid Rogue Trader up on the edge of the Imperiums space to me.
The 1st Voidsman! The mini is from Anvil Industries and might serve double duty as a Victorian SF Marine of Captain Nemo.
The 2nd Voidsman! The mini is a GW Militarum Tempestus Scion with a Dreamforge Panzerjaeger head! The Jack Rogue Trader minis somehow has a strong Teutonic look to me, maybe it is the cybermonocle! Consequently I thought that the Indian look Voidsman is not really fitting and went for a Teutonic scion look.
Works for me! I even repainted the green parts on Jack...
Kill Team - Adeptus Mechanicus
The new 2018 Kill Team rules are much to my liking. Consequently I made up a 100 pts lists and finished my Skitarii.
The Skitarii of the Team. Mid range fire support! The Sicaran Ruststalker and the lone Infiltrator section. Deadly in CC and fast.
Kill Team - Genestealer Cult - The Bladed Cog
The start of my Bladed Cog Kill Team Cult! An age old Purestrain Genestealer - still metal! A new Aberrant from the Overkill box and an old metal Hybrid. I was really curious if these models work together, IMO yes!
"The slave revolt of the planet Feinminster Gamma eventually proved more powerful than the Mechanicus crusade that surged across its surface. The army of Tech-Priest Dominus Ovid Thrensiom had arrived in force seeking a rich harvest of bio-electricty from the planet’s living population. The atmosphere of oppression and paranoia that resulted was fertile ground for the spread of an underground religion. When a Purestrain Genestealer was unwittingly borne to the planet’s surface by the freighter Redspark, a widespread cult was soon to follow. The xenoform was seen as proof that there were other worlds beyond the clouds and that salvation could be found in its worship. Talks of "New Deliverance" turned into a full-fledged movement, which eventually became a revolution against Mechanicum rule. When Thrensiom was overthrown and slain, the broodkin of the Bladed Cog swapped one set of cruel masters for another, though the latter brotherhood are infinitely worse.
The Cult of the Bladed Cog has assimilated much of the technologies and capabilities of the Mechanicum, including infected Skitarii who have been converted into Nexos as well as large amounts of Servitors. The Cult seeks to blend alien and machine, producing bionic horrors. The Cult worships the Hive Mind as a deity known as the "Clawed Omnissiah", propagating that the Machine Cult is misleading with their mantra that the flesh is weak. Unlike the bionic-obsessive Mechanicum, the Bladed Cog welcomes organic and cybernetic alike and this has seen their ranks swell from the underclasses of Forge Worlds.
Recently, the Bladed Cog have completely taken over Feinminster Gamma and have used it as a staging platform for further expansion. They have declared a crusade against the oppression of the Adeptus Mechanicus and have invaded a string of Forge Worlds. The Iron Hands have come to the Mechanicum's defense on Ghoulwright."