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Imperial Knights take to the field Greetings all. What started as a single freeblade back when knights were first released has now grown into a small army. I purchased the Renegade box a while back but was never quite sure how to split it - I wanted one knight to be mechanicus and another to be chaos, which left me with my original freeblade. This is gold skeleton, black armour with silver trim and flames painted on the panels. I found an airbrush to be relatively useful in getting this done quickly, though my inexperience with it did result in several blockages.
Of course, before embarking on a spray-fest I fully magnetised them all. They are a band of freeblades, exiles, lone survivors and knights who have answered the call.
Upon forsaking their original oaths they repaint their armour - this is to represent the gold of the Emperor encased by black night, and flames to mark his eventual resurrection. They are named for Arthurian legend. Ultimately I would like 12 Knights, as in the number who supposedly sat around the round table, though this varies wildly but am setting a milestone of 10 for end of the year - the last two probably to come when GW updates knights again or from FW.
I have 7 thus far and the addition of a valiant, castellan and preceptor with make up the numbers. Only one of them is painted in the flame scheme thus far but more to follow. Posted by.
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