Hello! Been trying to get the nerve to post here as a) I'm sneaking in from another forum where I recently posted about getting into Slaves to Darkness (with a Norsca theme), and b) I don't play Lizardmen/Seraphon as of yet. I'm a 40k Guard player mostly, but virtually everyone in my gaming group that plays 40k also plays AoS, and I want to get into AoS as it seems slightly easier to get a game of that rather than 40k. I'm trying to decide if this is the faction for me; I think so, but I'm concerned that I am underestimating what is needed to get invested. I had thought about getting into this faction before, but hadn't because, at the time, I was looking at playing either a horde or "classical" (ie: shielded battleline, archers, and cycle charging cavalry), and instead decided to go with the latter with the Ossiarch Bonereapers. However, I fell into my usual trap of overcomplicating the snot out of things with them and the paint scheme I (still) want. Basically, it's a scheme I need to do actual academic research into in order to do the theme justice, which will take time. In the meantime, I still want to play AoS. I thought about Slaves to Darkness, and even got some old hunchback Chaos Warriors, but calculating a Norsca themed army, I would have a large amount of models to paint with a somewhat complex scheme. I've recently been playing Total War Warhammer II as one of the Lizardmen factions, and am rather enjoying it. I hear that the Seraphon faction in AoS has a good amount of summoning and a good amount of magic as well. They also seem like they're also a faction that would be relatively easy and fast to paint, and paint well, by taking advantage of the Contrast paints and just doing some highlights and detail work afterwards. So, I guess I'll posit the question to you guys, is this the faction for me? Is it really that quick and easy to paint them to a slightly-better-than-tabletop standard? Am I missing some hidden detail in collecting and painting them?