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Wood Elves Wildwood Rangers

I have finally finished the first batch (11) of my Wood Elves Wildwood Rangers of the Cherry Blossom Grove. Although they are fun models to paint, a unit of 30 models is always a pain, especially when you need to hurry because of coming tournaments.

Hope you like them!

Wildwood Rangers:

When I play the Cherry Blossom Grove as a High Elves army I´m going to use these models as White Lions. I think this is very fitting even without the lions cloak. At first I thought to sculpt the models a lion or bear cloak but then - I even don´t know why - I dismissed the idea...


  1. Moment, jemand spielt noch Warhammer? :P

    1. Zumindest bemalt noch jemand Warhammer Minis ^^ Was machen deine Schatten-Elfen?

  2. They look gorgeous. I'm very impressed. The bases are amazing.

  3. Hello Goldmund.
    Your army really looks fantastic!
    If you would ever consider selling it, i could provide it with a good home.
    My e-mail adress is if you want to contact me :)


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