Wednesday, September 12, 2018

Death World Forest Kill Zone - STILL More Barbed Venomgorse

Here it is, folks, the last of the Barbed Venomgorse (and Eldritch Ruins).

Barbed Venomgorse (and Eldritch Ruins) from Games Workshop's Death World Forest Kill Zone for Kill Team.

I'm not sure what happened with this one. perhaps I didn't assemble a couple as suggested and ended up with more of one particular foliage type and not enough of another...? so we have a hybrid variety of Barbed Venomgorse...?

I should have put figures in all these pictures to give a greater sense of the scale of them.

This one, technically, counts as "Eldtrich Ruins" (or something like that) which is effectively the same, but has additional bonus tactics that can be used to booth Psychic abilities.

Guaiacan Commandoes - back in the jungle.

I now have enough of this terrain I can mostly fill the board with terrain bits. I could add in a few other bits of other stuff and be able to play a game right now!

I still have the Shardrack Spines and two other little bits to finish up from this set, then it will be complete.

I should mention that there are a few more Barbed Venomgorse here than actually comes with the set. The Drukhari and Deathwatch Starter kits that were released the same week also came with Death World Forest terrain bits. Finnegan bought the Death Watch team and passed on two pieces of Barbed Venomgorse to me to paint up - those are included in this lot. The Drukhari box that Amanda bought had two more bits of Eldtrich Ruins - those were passed on to The Girl because she wanted some to paint herself. Hopefully we'll see those with paint on them as well in the not-to-distant future.

Coming Soon to Tims's Miniature Wargaming Blog:

Death World Forest Shardrack Spines! Hopefully BEFORE the weekend (when Rogue Trader goes on sale)!

An update on the September Game-A-Day challenge.


  1. Nice,I like the darker leaf (?) colour , they all combine really well!
    Best Iain

    1. Thanks, Iain! I'm pretty happy with how they all turned out as well... Now to figure out how to paint the rest of the stuff...?

  2. They are actually pretty sizeable terrain pieces, aren't they?

    1. Thanks Dave! They really are! I always wondered why they were so expensive, then I opened this box and built a few of them then realized - "oh, it's because they're about twice as big as I imagined them!?"