Chosen from the most aggressive Skitarii clades, these fearsome guardians patrol the illuminated sanctuaries of their forge world’s temples, ever vigilant. In the heat of battle, they excel as shock line breakers, unleashed by their Tech-Priest masters to ruthlessly obliterate defensive positions and encircle any surviving foes.
Each Serberys Sulphurhound wields two potent phosphor pistols, delivering deadly firepower. Additionally, one in every three warriors can be upgraded to carry a multi-barrelled phosphor carbine, further augmenting their combat capabilities. The squad’s alpha, a commanding figure, possesses a more formidable phosphor blast pistol, capable of unleashing devastating energy. Their mechanized steeds, with their flamer-mawed mouths, can unleash searing torrents of sulphurous breath upon their enemies. Swift and formidable, the Serberys Sulphurhounds seamlessly integrate into the ranks of the Adeptus Mechanicus, serving as a dynamic asset for aggressive assaults or swift counter-attacks.
With their lethal armaments, lightning-fast mobility, and unwavering determination, the Serberys Sulphurhounds embody the relentless spirit of the Adeptus Mechanicus, ready to unleash their fury upon any who oppose them.
Serberys Sulphurhounds Datasheets
What’s in the Serberys Sulphurhounds box
- x103 plastic components with which to assemble three models
- x3 Citadel 60mm x 35mm Oval Bases
- x1 Adeptus Mechanicus transfer sheet
How to paint the Serberys Sulphurhounds Set
- Step 1: Assemble the miniatures – Carefully assemble the Serberys Sulphurhounds following the instructions provided in the kit. Make sure all parts are securely attached.
- Step 2: Prime the miniatures – Apply a thin and even coat of primer to the miniatures. This helps the paint adhere better and provides a smooth surface to work on. For example, you can use Chaos Black Spray as a primer.
- Step 3: Basecoat the armor – Use a large brush to apply the base color to the armor plates. For the green armor shown in the web workshop site display picture, you can use Caliban Green.
- Step 4: Paint the metallic parts – Use a smaller brush to paint the metallic parts, such as the weapons and mechanical details. Leadbelcher is a good choice for the metallic color.
- Step 5: Add details – Use a fine brush to add details like the cables, vents, and symbols on the miniatures. Mephiston Red can be used for any red details, while Retributor Armor is suitable for gold accents.
- Step 6: Apply wash – Use a wash, such as Citadel’s Nuln Oil, to apply shading to the miniatures. Apply the wash to recessed areas and let it flow into the crevices, enhancing the depth and definition.
- Step 7: Highlight – Use a lighter shade of the base color to highlight the raised areas and edges of the miniatures. For example, you can use Warpstone Glow to highlight the green armor.
- Step 8: Paint the riders – Paint the riders clothing, skin, and any additional details. Citadel colors like Skrag Brown, Cadian Fleshtone, and Bugman’s Glow can be used for these areas.
- Step 9: Base the miniatures – Paint the base with suitable colors and textures. Stirland Mud can be used to create a realistic mud effect.
- Step 10: Varnish – Apply a layer of varnish, such as Citadel Munitorum Varnish, to protect the paint job and give it a finished look.