*cue desert/Egypt theme music (Brendan Fraiser mummy soundtrack?!?)* Welcome, oh dessicated nobility, to a record. This grand, ever-expanding collection of scrolls will detail the re-awakening of Grand king Senwosret the first, his Dynasty, his legions, and his city from the dust of time. Currently, Senworsets armies are scattered. A portion of my tomb kings collection is with me, but a majority is 2 hours away in my family home. I don't have a catalogue of what that portion contains, but I will on the 17th of February 2018. At my personal workshop I have: 1 warsphinx with crew 1 tomb king from warsphinx Something like 4 charioteers on sprue. Excess shields Nagash (not really tomb kings but he is nehekharan) Currently enroute to my workshop are 39 old style tomb guard 2 icon bearers 1 tomb king with great weapon Maybe a liche priest? Along with my other projects, I aim to get the majority of what I have done this year. Background: Warhammer 2 stoked what I call the bone-itch. No not that one. Basically, I get the urge to paint skeletons again. I now use the army for kings of war empires of Dust. I still keep to my original fluff. The legions March from the city of Quatar, which is always semi built into the side of a mountain adjacent to the valley of kingly burials. I've flipped flopped on paint scheme and will be repainting some of my classic stuff. Originally I painted shields and livery in white because I thought a city of marble would have pristine white shields. I now favor a predominantly crimson paint scheme. That's what I've got for now, gentlemen. Hopefully tonight I will have something more.