Warhammer Underworlds: Nightvault Arcane Hazards #3 – Complete! (February Terrain 2019)

Warhammer Underworlds: Nightvault Arcane Hazards

Right at the very end of February, I managed to complete the final two pieces of the Nightvault Arcane Hazards. As in, this means that I actually managed to complete the whole box, assembled and painted. Holy shit! How did that happen?

Warhammer Underworlds: Nightvault Arcane Hazards

The last two pieces are these – the fallen (Nagash?) skull-monument piece and the double-shattered pyramids with the ghostly ectoplasm-stuff running in-between them. I’m not super happy with how the ectoplasm turned out, but I have to say, it’s good enough for me at this point. I am pretty happy with how the sandstone-looking shattered Nagash-skull came out, though.

Warhammer Underworlds: Nightvault Arcane Hazards

Still, another pair of pieces that will look good on a WH:Underworlds board, and also (mostly) fit into various Warhamer or Fantasy gaming tables.

Warhammer Underworlds: Nightvault Arcane Hazards

I also realised that I never posted any scale pics with any of these, so I added in a couple of models to rectify this oversight. As you can see, they’re movement blockers rather than LoS-blockers, but that’s fine. They can certainly add some character to a battlefield!

15 thoughts on “Warhammer Underworlds: Nightvault Arcane Hazards #3 – Complete! (February Terrain 2019)

  1. Looking good! Like Alex says, that blue really shines, even in the photos. Nice work on getting three clearly differentiated types of stone in on the fallen monument, too!

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  2. That’s a good looking set, and congrats for completing the whole box! I’m a fan of your stonework!
    I’ve contemplated on whether to get this box or not, as I don’t like all the sculpts (looking at you, throne..), and I think using the pieces meant for lethal hexes would hinder gaming, as models wouldn’t fit in the same hex.. But the nagash monument is a cool blocker piece, and the pyramids seem like a cool opportunity for freehanding..

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    • Yeah, the throne looks much more like something from D&D, or MTG, or some other generic fantasy world rather than Warhammer. It’s still alright, though. I dislike it much less now that it’s a completed, painted piece and in the War Room and off my table, so I’m not constantly looking at it anymore. 🙂
      You can choose to *not* glue the chained pyramids down, as well. I did so for stability and long-term not-breaking reasons.


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