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Nagash, the Supreme Lord of Undeath
Nagash, the Supreme Lord of Undeath

Last night I finished painting this heavyweight mini, to fit in with my Nighthaunt Army.

This is the original Warhammer Nagash figure. All metal with a 40mm square monster base, he was a bit of a task to assemble, needing careful patience, gentle filing, green stuff and superglue to bring him all together. Definitely a retro modelling experience that took me back to my teenage years!

On the other hand, the painting was a lot easier than it would have been in the past thanks to Games Workshop’s Contrast paints!

The reason for the particular colour choices I made are to match with my Nighthaunt army. Die to his high points cost of Nagash in Age Of Sigmar, I am only likely to use him in fun, narrative games, where I envisage that he doesn’t appear in ‘person’ but astrally projects himself onto the battlefield to fight alongside his forces of death!

Finally, I must confess that this working on, and now owning the final painted version of this classic Nagash model gives me heaps of warm nostalgic buzz 🙂 💀

Welcome, to the website of Prince Azalea.

Welcome, to the website of Prince Azalea. I hold this rank by virtue of birth; being the first born son of Queen Azalea: Her Britannic and Majestic Majesty; Queen of the Planet, Dominion and Commonwealth of Azaela. But, all are welcome here, whether you are a royal, a lord, a lady, a peon or a peasant; even independent citizens of godless foreign powers. All are equally welcome here.

OK, so I might not be an official prince on planet Earth, but my mother was crowned Queen Azalea at the age of 12 at a local May Fair, which must make me Prince Azalea and my sister Princess Azalea, right?

And since we’re a family of sci-fi geeks, it just follows naturally that Mum must be Queen Azalea, Queen of the Azaleaons, of the planet Azalea, yes?

Makes sense?

If not, just go here. It’s what my wife does when she is fed up of
my geekiness.

Yes, I do have a wife.

No, she is not imaginary.