Welcome to part 2 of my Ork army showcase. Yesterday, I showed the foot slogging portions of my army, today I will look at the vehicles that are in the army.
As I said yesterday, my army is from the Deathskull lootas clan. I really like the contrast between the green of the Ork skin and the blue colour scheme of the clan. I think that this blue helps give the vehicles in the army some colour.
I have a small unit of warbikers, led by a Nob with a Power Claw. I only have three of these painted up at the moment, but have another 3 that have been waiting a while to get painted.
Next up, a Battlewagon for transporting some of my big mobs. I had another battlewagon with a Deff Rolla on it, but sold this a while back after the new rules for the Deff Rolla essentially neutered it.
These are my three looted warbuggies. As a Deathskulls army, I wanted some looted vehicles in the force. These three buggies are modified to include some imperial weaponry and vehicles. I normally use them as Scorchas in games (no need to roll to hit!).
One has been made from a landspeeder, with tracks and a gun added.
Another uses part of a Rhino chassis and Lascannon from a Space Marine Dreadnought.
The last is an Ork buggy, but features a rokkit pack made from Imperial tank accessories.
I have some trukks for use in my army to boost the large mobs or to give me the option to take a speed freeks army.
Two of the trukks feature components from an older style Rhino as the looted portions.
It wouldn't be a Deathskulls army without a Looted vehicle. This Leman Russ was converted to look suitably Orky and to give me some decent firepower in my games.
I also have some Killa Kans and a Deff Dread to back up the Boyz.
Finally, for the Ork who needs serious speed and Dakka, I have a Dakkajet for some (semi-accurate) firepower to add to the army.
So that is my Ork army. I have been playing them more often lately after a long break with the release of the 6th edition codex. I should hopefully be able to keep using them and trying out some different playstyles in the future.