Posts Tagged ‘tau’

Tau Pathfinder cosplay

Sunday, July 20th, 2014


Imperial Armour vol. 3 second edition: a review

Tuesday, May 13th, 2014

Volume 3: The Taros Campaign is a landmark of Imperial Armour series for it was the very book which established current IA book format consisting of both campaign fluff and detailed unit profiles (earlier 4 IA books were focused on descriptions of units only, not events).
This book was released almost immediately after recent Tau Empire codex and contains all (barring few super heavies updated in IA Apoc) the rules for Forgeworld Tau Empire units as well as full army list for Elysian drop regiment.

Crazy model for today: Riptide “Deathscythe Hell”

Monday, May 5th, 2014

Gundam Wing inspired conversion, this heavily customized Riptide is centerpiece of my Tau army.
This highly advanced mobile suit is ridden to battle by Sahs’vre Max’well :) Do you like him?

Tau Pulse Carbine – replica

Wednesday, April 30th, 2014

I’ve made myself a pulse carbine with integrated markerlight – for a Pathfinder/Gue’vesa cosplay, which BTW is almost finished too.


I decided to give weapon Ke’lshan gray/gold colouring instead of T’au default of orange/white.

Piranhas – optimized Mont’ka cadre

Saturday, April 26th, 2014

Mont’ka tactics applied by hunter cadres of the Tau Empire rely on rapid deployment and concentration of massed firepower. While most popular way of it’s application are jetpack equipped battlesuits, other popular means are fast vehicles, among which Piranha skimmers are most widely deployed.


Piranha skimmers in tabletop game occupy Fast Attack slot (not the most crowded one in competitive list) and while they aren’t a very popular choice for some reason (Riptides, Skyrays and broadsides are generally considered as better), they can indeed be a reasonable choice when applied wisely.

Kroot warriors

Monday, April 21st, 2014

Tau frequently employ their subject species as auxiliaries. And even grim and xenophobic firewarriors of Ke’lshan are no exceptions in this respect. Among most common auxiliaries are kroot, who to a certain degree became mainstay of many hunter cadres, for even most proud fire caste coommanders value their skills in infiltration, stealth and close quarters combat.


Samurai of Ke’lshan

Tuesday, March 25th, 2014


Let me begin with general note. This blog is currently switching it’s primary language from Polish to English. My first few entries were in Polish, but as I realized that I have some international audience, I’ve changed language. I may translate earlier posts to English too.

Also from this moment forward I will be posting here some of my 40k hobby work. First will be a batch of models for my new Tau army. I’ve decided to do Ke’lshan sept but with a twist: i decided to add them some Japanese feel by adding katanas, samurai-style banners and gundam “V” over the helmets.

Porozmawiajmy o zmianach w naszej ulubionej grze, shall we?

Saturday, November 30th, 2013


Końcówka roku przyniosła parę fascynujących (!) zmian. Games Workshop szaleje nie tylko jeśli chodzi o ilość deksów (bo z tym ociupinkę zwolnili) ale i z rzeczami które sensu stricte deksami nie są. Rozpatrzmy je one at a time.