Friday, December 23, 2011

Space Wolves Achievements!

SPACE WOLVES! 
You've bought the Codex. 
You've played dozens of games with them and quite possibly have reaped a great tally with the sons of Russ. Yet.. there is something.. Something that's stopping you from unlocking the true potential of the Space Wolves. What is it?

There is no incentive.
You often find yourself browsing through the Codex, thinking of all those insane combinations, all the great possibilities that just wait to be unleashed upon your enemies, but the motivation is simply not there.
Why change your "Take All Comers" list and try something that may not work? Is it worth the risk?
Don't you sometimes wish that your favorite hobby had an achievement system? Something black on white that reminded you of your accomplishments, that inspired you to always take things a step further, to always go for the exciting aspect of the hobby?
Now there's something that will reward you for your daring personality. A list of great deeds that will continue the Saga of your Space Wolves as you unlock the full epicness of Codex: Space Wolves.



There are 100-something Achievements. Some of them will test your competitiveness. Others will task you with finally painting your army and even putting yourself way out there, seeking the approval of others. There are achievements for besting different foes, for playing various missions from many of the 40k supplement books (Planetstrike, Battle Missions, Apocalypse), for accomplishing the goals of all the Sagas and even some crazy achievements that have to do with fielding many of the Space Wolves Special Characters and doing the impossible (if there is even such a thing for us!) with 'em.

Some of them are easy. Some - challenging. Some achievements will require a totally different list, perhaps (and most likely) something you've never done before. Others are quite situational and you will need to seek out specific opponents to accomplish them... but all of them are supposed to reward you for doing something a little different. Winning with your super-optimized list might be fun, but gets boring after a while. Don't let that happen!!! We have one of the craziest, most flavorful codices out there with so many possibilities, so many insane combinations that if done properly will have you howling like a wolf and your opponents crying.
You might have accomplished some.. perhaps many of them... but 2012 is coming. Why not start from the beginning? Completing all achievements sounds like a GREAT New Year's Resolution to me, at least it will guarantee that your year won't be boring. how about even promising yourself that crazy expensive Forge World mini if you accomplish all of them? Or even sending your old buddy Skarvald the Troll-faced a beer.. or something, hehe..

Oh. And the list WILL grow. I will take all suggestions into consideration, which is why why the achievements are not numbered. Numbers are for Space Smurfs..
You will find the Space Wolves Achievements in the similarly named Page under the blog's header-image thing. And do let me know in the comments if you have any suggestions, if you accomplish a sweet achievement. I LOVE hearing your Sagas, so don't be afraid. IF you have your very own blog or you frequent any Space Wolves forums - share these achievements! Let your Space Wolf buddies know about them. I really think that they are a great way to spice up your hobby.

So enjoy... And happy achievement hunting!
- Skarvald the Troll-faced


The Saga Begins - Win a game of Warhammer 40,000 with Codex: Space Wolves.
Blood Claw - Win 5 games of Warhammer 40,000 with Codex: Space Wolves.
Grey Hunter - Win 10 games of Warhammer 40,000 with Codex: Space Wolves.
Long Fang - Win 15 games of Warhammer 40,000 with Codex: Space Wolves.
Wolf Guard - Win 25 games of Warhammer 40,000 with Codex: Space Wolves.
Wolf Scout - Win 30 games of Warhammer 40,000 with Codex: Space Wolves.
Wolf Lord - Win 40 games of Warhammer 40,000 with Codex: Space Wolves.
Great Wolf - Win 50 games of Warhammer 40,000 with Codex: Space Wolves.

Grimnar's Champion - Win a Warhammer 40,000 tournament with Codex: Space Wolves by placing 1st as Best General or Best Overall!
Blue Ribbon Dog - Win a painting competition for either an army or a single model or get the highest Best Painted Army score at a tournament by submitting your Space Wolf models.
Who's a Good Boy? You're a Good Boy! - Win Best Sportsmanship/Gentleman at a tournament or any other similar event, using your Space Wolves army.
Truly a Great Company -  Paint and base at least 1,500 points of Space Wolves.
Mark Your Territory - Proudly show off your Space Wolves' Great Company allegiance by using decals or freehanding on all of your models. 

Come at Me, Bro! - Destroy a previously undamaged enemy unit with one of your own units, while under the benefit of the Counter-Attack USR.
Springing the Trap - In a game of Warhammer 40,000 have all of your Troops, Elites and Fast Attack choices in close combat in of your Assault phases.
You Have HOW Many HQ's?!? - Win a game of Warhammer 40,000 with 4 HQ choices in your list.
Dog Pile - Get 4 of your HQ choices in the same close combat.
Howl's It Going? - Play and win a pick-up game of Warhammer 40,000 with Codex: Space Wolves at a store that you've never been in, against a person you've never played against.
Glory Hound - Destroy an enemy unit using only an HQ's nominated weapon or psychic power. Nominate the weapon or power at the beginning of the game. 
It's Not About How Hard You Hit. It's About How Hard You Can Get Hit - Kill an enemy unit with your HQ, in close combat, after your HQ is reduced to one wound.
The Emperor's Executioners - Win an Annihilation game of Warhammer 40,000 with Codex: Space Wolves by tabling your opponent.
Raise the Banners High! - Win a Seize Ground game of Warhammer 40,000 by having a Grey Hunter with a Wolf Banner in base contact with every objective you control at the end of the game.
Do You Want Wolves with That? - Win a game of Warhammer 40,000 with a Codex: Space Wolves list that only has units, optional equipment and wargear with the the word "wolf" or a variation of the word "wolf" in it. For example: Canis Wolfborn; Fenrisian Wolf/Cyberwolf; Lone Wolf; Wolf Guard; Wolf Lord; Wolf Priest; Wolf Scout; Thunderwolves; wolf claw; Mark of the Wulfen, etc. 
Left my Furr Suit at Home - Win a game of Warhammer 40,000 with a Codex: Space Wolves list without any units, optional equipment, psychic powers and wargear with the word "wolf" or a variation of the word "wolf" in it. 
On Foot, Like Russ Intended - Win a game of Warhammer 40,000 without using any Dedicated Transport vehicles and without embarking units inside vehicles. 
The Allfather Knows of Your Heresy and Has Set His Wolves Among You - Win a game of Warhammer 40,000 against an opponent who has at least 50% moe points fielded against you with Codex: Space Wolves.


There Are No Books on Fenris - Win a game of Warhammer 40,000 against Codex: Space Marines.
Team Jacob - Win a game of Warhammer 40,000 against Codex: Blood Angels.
That's Not Wrasslin'! - Win a game of Warhammer 40,000 against Codex: Dark Angels.
What Are You Gonna Do? Bleed on Me? - Win a game of Warhammer 40,000 against Codex: Black Templars.
Everyone Expects the Spanish Inquisition.. - Win a game of Warhammer 40,000 against Codex: Grey Knights.
Homo Homini Lupus Est - Win a game of Warhammer 40,000 against Codex: Space Wolves.
Brethren Before Wenches - Win a game of Warhammer 40,000 against Codex: Sisters of Battle.
Copyright Infringement - Win a game of Warhammer 40,000 against Codex: Imperial Guard.
Daddy Said Knock You Out - Win a game of Warhammer 40,000 against Codex: Chaos Space Marines.
Matt Daemon - Win a game of Warhammer 40,000 against Codex: Chaos Daemons.
A Rare Snack - Win a game of Warhammer 40,000 against Codex: Craftworld Eldar.
A Late Night Snack - Win a game of Warhammer 40,000 against Codex: Dark Eldar.
Tomb Raider - Win a game of Warhammer 40,000 against Codex: Necrons.
From Hell's Heart I Stab at Thee - Win a game of Warhammer 40,000 against Codex: Tyranids.
Eat Your Greens - Win a game of Warhammer 40,000 against Codex: Orks.
Kobe Beef - Win a game of Warhammer 40,000 against Codex: Tau Empire.
Oath of the Murdermaker -  Win a game of Warhammer 40,000 against all Codices.

By the Book - Win a team 2v2 game of Warhammer 40,000 by joining forces with Codex: Space Marines
The Twilight Saga - Win a team 2v2 game of Warhammer 40,000 by joining forces with Codex: Blood Angels.
Pack Pride - Win a team 2v2 game of Warhammer 40,000 by joining forces with Codex: Dark Angels.
Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap - Win a team 2v2 game of Warhammer 40,000 by joining forces with Codex: Black Templars.
Overpowered? It's a Grey Area... - Win a team 2v2 game of Warhammer 40,000 by joining forces with Codex: Grey Knights.
And My Wolf Pack... It Grew by One - Win a team 2v2 game of Warhammer 40,000 by joining forces with Codex: Space Wolves.
Beauty and the Beast - Win a team 2v2 game of Warhammer 40,000 by joining forces with Codex: Sisters of Battle.
Man's Best Friend - Win a team 2v2 game of Warhammer 40,000 by joining forces with Codex: Imperial Guard.
When Life Gives You Lemons.. BLOOD FOR THE BLOOD GOD! - Win a team 2v2 game of Warhammer 40,000 by joining forces with Codex: Chaos Space Marines.
Hell Hounds on Your Trail, Boy, Hell Hounds on Your Trail - Win a team 2v2 game of Warhammer 40,000 by joining forces with Codex: Chaos Daemons.
Constructed Enough Pylons - Win a team 2v2 game of Warhammer 40,000 by joining forces with Codex: Craftworld Eldar.
World Wide Webway Piracy - Win a team 2v2 game of Warhammer 40,000 by joining forces with Codex: Dark Eldar.
Go-Go Gadget... Ally? - Win a team 2v2 game of Warhammer 40,000 by joining forces with Codex: Necrons.
Spawned Enough Overlords - Win a team 2v2 game of Warhammer 40,000 by joining forces with Codex: Tyranids.
Not Sure if Dubstep or a Bunch of Nerds Screaming and Howling - Win a team 2v2 game of Warhammer 40,000 by joining forces with Codex: Orks.
The Great Good Wolf - Win a team 2v2 game of Warhammer 40,000 by joining forces with Codex: Tau Empire.
To Crush Your Enemies, See Them Driven Before You and Hear the Lamentation of Their Women - Win a team 2v2 game of Warhammer 40,000 by joining forces with all Codices.

I Killed Your Father. Prepare to Die - Win a game of Warhammer 40,000 against a Crimson Fists-themed army with Pedro Kantor's Chapter Tactics special rule from Codex: Space Marines.
Yellow Spacemarine - Win a game of Warhammer 40,000 against an Imperial Fists-themed army with Darnath Lysander's Chapter Tactics special rule from Codex: Space Marines. 
Nevermore - Win a game of Warhammer 40,000 against a Raven Guard-themed army with Kayvaan Shrike's Chapter Tactics special rule from Codex: Space Marines.
I Said Consummate V's! CONSUMMATE!! - Win a game of Warhammer 40,000 against a Salamanders-themed army with Vulkan He'stan's Chapter Tactics special rule from Codex: Space Marines.  
Kickin' Your Khan All Over the Place - Win a game of Warhammer 40,000 against a White Scars-themed army with Kor'sarro Khan's Chapter Tactics special rule from Codex: Space Marines. 
Dust in the Wind - Win a game of Warhammer 40,000 against a Thousand Sons Tzeentch-themed army from Codex: Chaos Space Marines.
The Lion and the Wolf - Win a game of Warhammer 40,000 using an all Wolf Guard Terminator "Loganwing" list led by Logan Grimnar against an all Terminator "Deathwing" list led by Belial from Codex: Dark Angels.
Yer Just a Pale Imitation, Bub - Win a game of Warhammer 40,000 using an all Wolf Guard Terminator "Loganwing" list led by Logan Grimnar against an all Wolf Guard Terminator "Loganwing" list led by Logan Grimnar from Codex: Space Wolves.
Angels Fall First - Win a game of Warhammer 40,000 using an all Wolf Guard Terminator "Loganwing" list led by Logan Grimnar against an all Sanguinary Guard "Dantewing" list led by Commander Dante from Codex: Blood Angels.
You Have Been Weighed, You Have Been Measured, And You Have Been Found Wanting - Win a game of Warhammer 40,000 using an all Wolf Guard Terminator "Loganwing" list led by Logan Grimnar against an all Paladin and Terminator "Draigowing" list led by Kaldor Draigo from Codex: Grey Knights. 

Sky Warriors of Fenris - Win the Space Marine Vanguard mission from the Battle Missions Scenarios Book with Codex: Space Wolves.
Behind Enemy Lines - Win the Space Marine Surprise Attack mission from the Battle Missions Scenarios Book with Codex: Space Wolves.
Here I am and Here Shall I Die - Win the Space Marine All-Round Defense mission from the Battle Missions Scenarios Book with Codex: Space Wolves.
The Leader of the Pack - Win all three Space Marine missions from the Battle Missions Scenarios Book with Codex: Space Wolves.

Glasswalkers - Win a game using the Cities of Death book with Codex: Space Wolves

Fear Us, For We Are the Storm! - Win the Planetfall mission from the Planetstrike book with Codex: Space Wolves as either Attacker or Defender.
Cry 'Havoc,' And Let Slip the Dogs of War! - Win the Desperate Assault mission from the Planetstrike book with Codex: Space Wolves as either Attacker or Defender.
To Tear Out the Throat of Kings - Win the Seize and Destroy mission from the Planetstrike book with Codex: Space Wolves as either Attacker or Defender.
To Cull the Weak From the Pack - Win the Stranglehold mission from the Planetstrike book with Codex: Space Wolves as either Attacker or Defender.
To Bring the Death of Worlds - Win the Forlorn Hope mission from the Planetstrike book with Codex: Space Wolves as either Attacker or Defender.
Through the Fire and Flames - Win the Planetquake mission from the Planetstrike book with Codex: Space Wolves as either Attacker or Defender. Blasting Dragonforce - Through the Fire and Flames is recommended while attempting this achievement.
Into the Jaws of Death, Into the Mouth of Hell - Win all six missions from the Planetstrike book with Codex: Space Wolves as either Attacker or Defender.
I'll Huff and I'll Puff and I'll Blow Your House Down!  - In a single game of Planetstrike, destroy at least two Bastions with the same Lone Wolf, Independent Character of Special Character.
Prospero Burns! - Win a Planetstrike mission from the Planetstrike book against Codex: Chaos Space Marines (bonus if he had a Thousand Sons/Tzeentch-themed army) with Codex: Space Wolves as the Attacker by destroying every objective and wiping out your opponent.

Saga of the Black Cull - Accomplish Oath: Master of Slaughter from the list of Night Sagas.
Saga of the Forsaken One - Accomplish Oath of the Sundered Brotherhood from the list of Night Sagas.
Saga of the Iron God - Accomplish Oath of Hubris from the list of Night Sagas.
Fear and Loathing in Las Fenris - Accomplish all Night Sagas and the Oaths associated with them.
Saga of the Wolfkin - Accomplish Oath: Honour the Wolfkin.
Saga of the Bear - Accomplish Oath: Visit Fury Upon the Evil Ones.
Saga of Majesty - Accomplish Oath: Lead by Example.
Saga of the Hunter - Accomplish Oath: Attack Unseen
Saga of the Warrior Born - Accomplish Oath: Reap a Great Tally
Saga of the Beastlayer - Accomplish Oath: Fear Not the Beast
Saga of the Iron Wolf - Accomplish Oath: Take the Fight to the Enemy
Oath Keeper - Accomplish all Sagas in Codex: Space Wolves and the Oaths associated with them.
The Vow of Leman Russ -Accomplish all Night Sagas, all Sagas in Codex: Space Wolves and the Oaths associated with them.
Oath of the Wolf King - In a single game of Warhammer 40,000 accomplish all Sagas in Codex: Space Wolves and the Oaths associated with them! Truly a great feat!
There Can be Only One! - In a game of Warhammer 40,000 prevent a Space Wolves opponent from accomplishing an Oath and then accomplish the same Oath.

Ward of the Primarch: Win a game of Warhammer 40,000 with Bjorn the Fell-handed completely undamaged (No Weapon Destroyed or Immobilized results) in the center of the table and with an accomplished Saga of Majesty.
Living Relic: Win a game of Warhammer 40,000 and retrieve Bjorn the Fell-handed's remains.
Don't I Know You From Somewhere? - Using Bjorn the Fell-handed, kill an HQ choice with the Mark of Tzeentch from Codex: Chaos Space Marines or a HQ choice of Tzeentch from Codex: Chaos Daemons.

Slayer's Oath: At the beginning of a game of Warhammer 40,000, pick a model with a Toughness of 5 or more and slay it in close combat with Ulrik the Slayer or any model in the squad he has joined.
Sweep the Leg - Have a model benefiting from Ulrik the Slayer's Mentor ability destroy an enemy with the Independent Character or Monstrous Creature rule.
Come Pups, This is How Killin' is Done! - Kill an Elite or HQ choice in close combat with a unit lead by Ulrik the Slayer.
Oath of War -  Have a unit lead by a Wolf Priest completely wipe out another Fearless unit in close combat.

MC Hammer - Lower a Monstrous Creature or an Independent Character's Initiative by throwing Arjac Rockfist's Foehammer at them and then swallow them with Jaws of the World Wolf.
Unstoppable Force - Destroy a Monstrous Creature or any vehicle with AV14 by throwing Arjac Rockfist's Foehammer at it.
Immovable Object - Have Arjac Rockfist remain in combat by passing a Ld check, using his Stubborn USR.

He Who Laughs Last.. - Trigger Lukas the Trickster's The Last Laugh and remove an Independent Character, Special Character or a Monstrous Creature from play by putting them an a stasis field for eternity!
.. Laughts Best! - Avenge Lukas the Trickster by having him slay Duke Sliscus from Codex: Dark Eldar in close combat. Doing so by triggering The Last Laugh is a bonus.. but only if you laugh as loud as possible!
Medusa's Head = Optional - In a game of Apocalypse, trigger Lukas the Trickster's The Last Laugh and remove a Titan or a Gargantuan Creature from play by putting them an a stasis field for eternity!
Poor Sacrifices of Our Enmity! - In a game of Warhammer 40,000, have Lukas the Trickster slay a Brotherhood Champion from Codex: Grey Knights, get removed as a casualty by his Heroic Sacrifice special rule and then trigger his Last Laugh special rule.

The Vorpal Blade Went Snicker-Snack! - In a game of Apocalypse, slay a Gargantuan Creature or a Super Heavy Walker with an Independent Character following the Saga of the Beastslayer and wielding a Legion Relic stratagem from the Apocalypse Reloaded book. 
Eye of the Storm - In a single game of Warhammer 40,000 cast successfully every psychic power from Codex: Space Wolves.
Void Where Prohibited - In a game of  Warhammer 40,000 prevent an opponent from successfully casting any psychic powers by using Njal Stormcaller's Staff of the Stormcaller, a Rune Priest's Runic Weapon or by using Wolf Tail Talismans.
Go for the Eyes, Boo, GO FOR THE EYES! - Peck an Independent Character to death with Nightwing's special attacks. 
Give Them the Bird - Make it impossible for your opponent to Infiltrate you by placing Choosers of the Slain.
Gloomy Mood - In a single game of Warhammer 40,000 affect a single model with every effect from Njal Stormacller's Lord of Tempests.   
Winter is Coming - Over the course a game of Warhammer 40,000 affect each of your opponent's units with Njal Stormcaller's Lord of Tempests.
It's Super Effective! - Teach Imotekh the Stormlord from Codex: Necrons all about electrical conductivity by destroying him using Njal Stormcaller's Living Lightning psychic power or the Chain Lightning game effect from his Lord of Tempests special rule. 
Lightning striking again and again (and again).. - In a single Shooting phase successfully cast 4 Living Lightnings at the same unit.  
Lightning bolt! Lightning bolt! Lightning bolt! - Kill a Monstrous Creature using nothing but Living Lightning.
Hunger of the Ravenous Ones - Using the Fury of the Wolf Spirits psychic power, cause a unit that is already fleeing to automatically fail its Morale check and flee off the table.  
It Was a Dark and Stormy Night - Spot a Dark Eldar vehicle with the Night Shield upgrade while the Night Fight rule is in effect and destroy it with the Living Lightning psychic power.
Slippery When Wet - In a game of Warhammer 40,000, target a 30-man Ork Boyz unit with Murderous Hurricane and "kite" the unit by reapplying the same psychic power for the rest of the game without letting the Ork unit assault or get assaulted and without shooting at it with anything else but Murderious Hurricanes.
You Could Plan a Pretty Picnic, But You Can't Predict the Weather - Witness an enemy skimmer getting destroyed during your opponent's turn from turbo-boosting in your Tempest Wrath's area of effect.  

Working Class Wolf - In a game of Warhammer 40,000 use an Iron Priest's Battlesmith special rule to repair a different vehicle each turn.

Thunderwolves, Hooooo! - Multi-assault three different units with a single unit of Thunderwolves.
Fighting Tooth and Nail - Using Canis Wolfborn's Wrath of the Savage special rule, get in close combat and get 10 enemy models in base contact with him, making his Attacks characteristic equal 10! 
Astartes for the Ethical Treatment of Wolves - Win a game of Warhammer 40,000 by having only Fenrisian Wolves and models on Thunderwolves at the end of the game.
Bark at the Moon - Using Ragnar Blackmane's War Howl special rule grant Furious Charge to every infantry Space Wolves model in your army and then charge your opponent with as many units as possible. Don't forget to actually howl like a wolf! 
You Say It's Puppy Love, We Say It's Full Grown - Win a game of Warhammer 40,000 without letting Ragnar Blackmane's Fenrisian wolves Svangir and Ulfgir die.  
Khorne Dogs -Using Ragnar Blackmane's Fenrisian wolves Svangir and Ulfgir, destroy a pack of Flesh Hounds of Khorne led by Karanak, Hound of Vengeance from Codex: Chaos Daemons.

I'm Lonely, Better Drink My Own Piss - Survive a game of Warhammer 40,000 with a Lone Wolf who spent the entire game inside Dangerous Terrain.
Born to Be Wild - Win a game of Warhammer 40,000 with a list that has a model with Mark of the Wulfen in every unit that has the option of taking one.
Biker Wolves from Fenris - Win a game of Warhammer 40,000 with a list that has three full units of Swiftclaw Biker Packs.
Many Whelps! Now! Handle it! - Win a game of Warhammer 40,000 with a list that has no Troops choices other than Blood Claw and has all three Fast Attack slots filled out by any combination of Swiftclaws or Skyclaws.  
Avatar of Morkai - Get a Space Wolf model with Mark of the Wulfen, Ulrik the Slayer's Mentor special rule, Ragnar Blackmane's Insane Bravado and War Howl special rules and Logan Grimnar's Living Legend special rule in close combat and roll +3 bonus attacks for the assault and a total of 7 base Mark of the Wulfen attacks so that you end up with 11 WS5, S5, I5 Rending attacks!!! 
Thriller Night - Attach four HQ choices with Mark of the Wulfen to a lone Wolf Guard with Mark of the Wulfen and destroy a unit of Plaguebeares of Plague Marines. 
It's going to be LEGEN-wait for it-DARY! - Using Logan Grimnar's Living Legend special rule, grant +1 Attack to all friendly models in your army.

Hail and Kill - In a single game of Warhammer 40,000, using Logan Grimnar's The High King special rule, grant Fearless to a unit of Blood Claws, Tank Hunters to a unit of Long Fangs, Relentless to a unit of Grey Hunters and Preferred Enemy to a unit of Wolf Guard. 
The Lost Vikings - In a Seize Ground mission, win the game with three Lone Wolves contesting three different objectives. 
You've Bitten More Than You Can Chew - Kill Ghazghkull Thraka from Codex: Orks while he is affected by his Prophet of the Waaagh! special rule with an HQ, a Lone Wolf or a Special Character.
Knowing is Only Half the Battle - In a game of Warhammer 40,000 prevent Ahriman from Codex: Chaos Space Marines from casting each psychic power from the following list: Doombolt, Warptime, Wind of Chaos, Gift of Chaos and Bolt of Change, by using Njal Stormcaller's Staff of the Stormcaller, a Rune Priest's Runic Weapon or by using Wolf Tail Talismans.
Ahriman Bites the Dust - Instantly kill Ahriman from Codex: Chaos Space Marines by using a runic weapon.
When Hell Freezes Over - Kill an Avatar of Khaine from Codex: Craftworld Eldar with a model equipped with a frost blade or a frost axe. 

Blutbad - Charge a unit of Death Company marines from Codex: Blood Angels with a unit of Blood Claws with an equal or lesser number of models, but led by any combination of HQ choices or Special Characters and wipe the Death Company unit without the help of any other units.
Grumpy Old Men - Assault and destroy a unit with a unit of Long Fangs.
Good. Bad. I'm the Guy with the Gun -  In a single turn destroy two vehicles with the same Long Fangs pack using the Fire Control special rule.
I. AM. BEOWULF! - After fleeing and then regrouping from a lost combat with an enemy unit, seek revenge by assaulting and slaying that same unit with the last remaining model from your unit.

This Has Never Happened to Me Before, I Swear - Win a game of Warhammer 40,000 in which Bran Redmaw from The Doom of Mymeara book never transforms into The Redmaw. 
Premature Lycanthropy - Win a game of Warhammer 40,000 in which Bran Redmaw from The Doom of Mymeara book transforms into The Redmaw on turn two.
What Does the Auspex Say About His Power Level? - Destroy Orikan the Diviner from Codex: Necrons while in his Orikan Empowered form with Bran Redmaw from The Doom of Mymeara book in The Redmaw form. 
Of the 13th Company We Do Not Speak - Win a game of Apocalypse using a list with a model with Mark of the Wulfen in every unit that has the option of taking one, Sternhammer's Wulfen Guard Apocalypse Formation and Bran Redmaw from The Doom of Mymeara book.

Tanks for Nothing, GW... - You own at least one fully painted (in Space Wolves colors!) Leman Russ Exterminator Battle Tank, despite it now longer being a legal option in Codex: Space Wolves. It's a part of our legacy, damn it! 
EXTERMINATE! EXTERMINATE! - Over the course of a game of Warhammer 40,000 or Apocalypse, wipe out a 20-man Necron Warrior unit from Codex: Necrons using only a Leman Russ Exterminator Battle Tank.

20 comments:

  1. Did you come up with these yourself? Cus if you did you're a god damn GENIUS! I Love it!

    Now we just need some for all the other armies out there.

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  2. @Kraxis: Yeah, I came up with like 99% of them - all by myself! Took a while, though.. But it is worth it! Thank you for the kind words.

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  3. I love these... now to see what ones i have done or just start them all over

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  4. The Lion and the Wolf can't be done unless you mean Belial instead of Azrael. Azrael is the chapter master, Belial is Master of Deathwing and gives the ability to have terminators as troops.

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  5. @BEREK: Start over! New year, new challenges, my friend.
    @Anders: Thanks. I must have been looking at an older Dark Angels book. ;O

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  6. This is a worthy challenge!

    My friend has recently bought a titan (!) so the "The Vorpal Blade Went Snicker-Snack!" achievement is becoming a possibility.

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  7. .. or the "Medusa Head = Optional" achievement, Svorlrik! :)

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  8. Absolutely insane!!! Are you a rare albino wolf with super natural powers. Pretty awesome if one could achieve all of these in 2012. Thanks for the killer post.

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  9. @HOTpanda: Ahahahahah. Thanks, bud. As for the rare albino wolf with super natural powers.. Is that like.. a HOTwolf? Or would that be a HotWOLF? XD
    In all seriousness, I am truly glad you enjoy them. Now go and start achieving, bro! :)

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  10. Oooh. And throw me a bone by mentioning this sweet, sweet post on your blog! :D The Allfather demands it!

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  11. You sir are a mad genius. Being partially addicted to Xbox Achievements you inspire me to want to make a list for Dark Eldar. You have brought joy back into my games =D

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  12. Wolf Lord Skarvald, you have jsyt pushed me over the edge, I will now definitely begin collection Warahmmer 40k miniatures and there is no question in my mind as to which Army they shall be.

    For Russ and the Allfather!!!

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  13. @BloodClawSteven: Seriously? Did I just inspire someone to start playing 40k AND Space Wolves at the same time? WOW. Steven, you really have your work cut out for you, haha. There are a lot of awesome Space Wolves-oriented blogs out there with tons of information on how to start, what to buy, etc. Welcome to the Fang, Brother!

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  14. TEAM JACOB B****!

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  16. Well, I would definitely think you should go with the Space Wolves Battle Force - if you get it full retain you basically get a Drop Pod for free! So you save ~$35 on it. Grey Hunter kits are always nice and you can convert tons of things out of them - special characters, HQ's, you can use the extra bits to "wolfify" your vehicles, etc. The Battleforce gives you two troop choices, I would recommend that you make them into Grey Hunters because they are overall one of the best troop choices in the game - great in close combat, great at shooting stuff. Well, they really are average at both parts for what they do, yet they still outshine other Space Marine equivalents! The Codex is a MUST - it is a great read. READ IT FIRST BEFORE YOU OPEN THE BOXES. Trust me. You could always go for what seems/sounds/look cool, but believe me you will regret it later, especially if you have cool lookin' dudes that have "illegal" equipment. I know I did that. A LOT. :P Get your HQ after you read the Codex, depending on what you want to do and what your army is going to be, although a generic Rune Priest is always, always, always a great, solid choice and you should always try to put one in your lists. Oh. And do try to get pewter/metal versions of all GW models - no Finecast, since (and I'm assuming here) you're probably new at modelling and building models. Metal models are advanced but not as advanced and finicky as the "Finecast" resin models which GW's "Citadel" line has been producing as of late. Look up online, there are tons of articles with what things need to build your models. AVOID GAMES WORKSHOP HOBBY SUPPLIES LIKE THE PLAGUE, EXCEPT THEIR PAINTS. You will need Clippers.. (cont'd)

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    1. Thanks very much, where would you suggest I buy these. I have looked at some websites and they do not ship to the US, which has been a problem so far. Any suggestions there?

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  17. Just get them from a hobby store like Hobby USA, Hobby Lobby, Michael's, any Arts and Crafts stores. You can find most things also at Hardware stores. You will need Clippers/Wire Cutters to remove the plastic bits from the plastic frames, a hobby/eXacto Knife to clean models, a flat, circular and triangular file to clean models. You will need "Super Glue" to glue metal to metal, resin to resin, resin to metal, metal to plastic and "plastic glue" to glue plastic to plastic - GET TESTOR'S LIQUID CEMENT. It is priceless. You'll find this at most of the stores, but you can order it from the website. Purchase a few of those, you'll need it. Don't purchase GW's Chaos Black Spray Primer, it is too expensive for what it does. Research online what to use but a great US brand is Krylon. Just make sure you're buying the right kind. Research. Research. Research. Get yourself a hobby light with white light for painting. Look up what and how to use brushes - GW's brushes are okay.. Okay for starters.. especially because you'll mess them up no matter what you do at first! :) But that's okay. Get yourself a "shiny/laminated (?)" floor tile to put paint on and to paint on top of if you plant to paint at home. Pay no more than 1-2 bucks for that.. Some Games Workshop employees (if you have one in the area) are great painters and can teach you a lot of nifty things, especially the basics. The hands-on approach here is pretty important. You will do a way better job if you see someone doing it rather than just watching a few videos or reading articles. At least it made me more confident when I started.. Hehe..

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    1. Thanks for the help, I'll get to it. Once I get some painted I'll let you know how it went.

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