Khador Kommander Harkevich, The Iron Wolf…

I really love Harkevich. He’s fun to play and and I love anything that can increase our movement or speed of our Warjacks. He is also the only caster that gives Khador a armor buff of any kind. This works great for scenarios or preparing to get charged by a opponent. Conquest becomes arm 23, Behemoth arm 24, and the Devastator chasis arm 28 closed. Chew on that. Also being able to shoot again with all your shooty jacks is nice.

I recently played in a tournament against the Butcher2 Doom Reaver spam list and actually cleared out all his units thanks to Broadsides. My Battle Engine helped a lot creating those pockets of rough terrain to slow him down also. The game ultimately came down to Butcher2 and his Destroyer versus my Harkevich. He survived 2 rounds of melee against Butcher2 thanks to the War Dog and was able to club him to death the following turn. It was a most epic battle! Anyways I encourage other Khador players to try him out and run a shooty jack heavy list. I personally love Conquest, Black Ivan, and a Demolisher.

On another note…stop using the Destroyer and spend the 1 extra point for Black Ivan!!!

ham_legPork is his weapon of choice

khador_harkevich1Ready for the ham Beat Back!

  1. Army Painter Desert Yellow Primer
  2. Base coat colors using Vallejo Game Colors
  3. Citadel Badab Black wash all over the miniature
  4. Minimal highlights (rivets, studs, & flesh)
  5. Bases consist of Woodland Scenics grass flock & a Autumn Mix Leaf Scatter
  6. Finally I varnish with Rust-oleum Painter’s Touch Gloss Coat (Non-Yellowing & UV Resistant) & then use Testor’s Dullcote

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