Games I Like – Warhammer: Age of Sigmar – An Ogor-a-Day Part 1!

Lords of War Weekend is three weeks away and I’m going to bring my Azyrian Thunderguard (Ogors) to the event for pick-up games and to film.

One of my favourite things about Age of Sigmar is being able to make Warbands of whatever I want. These Ogors will be a regiment of Sigmars allies from the War Against Chaos living in Azyr. They are seconded to the Laconian Scions Stormcast brotherhood and share the same colour scheme. Here is model number one!


These are leftover Ogres from my WfB army that were assembled and primed but never painted. Mournfang weapons and awesome new bases from Secret Weapon miniatures and they are ready for Age of Sigmar!

More tomorrow!


~ by Achilles on July 27, 2015.

One Response to “Games I Like – Warhammer: Age of Sigmar – An Ogor-a-Day Part 1!”

  1. Hi ASH,
    Just wondering what colours you have used for your paint scheme. I am a lazy painter and have not gone far with painting my Ogre Kingdoms army. I have changed paint scheme at least twice that i’m aware of.
    Do you have any tips for someone who has plenty of time but zero motivation to paint anything, 40k or Sigmar based.?

    Thanks in advance!

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