Game of Cityfight

Updated photographs of a Cityfight game from many years ago…

Ork Shooty Boyz defend some ruins in an Imperial City during a Warhammer 40000 Cities of Death game.
Ork Shooty Boyz defend some ruins in an Imperial City during a Warhammer 40000 Cities of Death game.
Ork Shooty Boyz defend some ruins in an Imperial City during a Warhammer 40000 Cities of Death game.
Ork Shooty Boyz defend some ruins in an Imperial City during a Warhammer 40000 Cities of Death game.
Ruins of an Imperial City
Ruins of an Imperial City
Grot Big Gunz in the ruins of an Imperial building.
Grot Big Gunz in the ruins of an Imperial building.
Ork Shooty Boyz advance through the ruins of an Imperial City during a Warhammer 40000 Cities of Death game.
Ork Shooty Boyz advance through the ruins of an Imperial City during a Warhammer 40000 Cities of Death game.
Ork Shooty Boyz advance through the ruins of an Imperial City during a Warhammer 40000 Cities of Death game.
Ork Shooty Boyz advance through the ruins of an Imperial City during a Warhammer 40000 Cities of Death game.
Ork Shooty Boyz defend some ruins in an Imperial City during a Warhammer 40000 Cities of Death game.
Ork Shooty Boyz defend some ruins in an Imperial City during a Warhammer 40000 Cities of Death game.
Cityfight game in progress
Cityfight
Cityfight game in progress
Grot Big Gunz
Space Marine Whirlwind
Space Marine Whirlwind
Ork Shooty Boyz defend some ruins in an Imperial City during a Warhammer 40000 Cities of Death game.
Ork Shooty Boyz defend some ruins in an Imperial City during a Warhammer 40000 Cities of Death game.

 

Some more Ork Barricades

One of the nice Cities of Death models released were the resin Ork Barricades. Six resin barricades (still available) that have a very Orkiness about them.

Orks are adapt at banging together large piles of debris, welding them with burnas and Gretchin for extra stickiness. In dense city-fights, cunning Ork Warbosses use these barricades to funnel enemy troops and prevent their armour from manoeuvring, before their Tankbustas launch a devastating ambush.

These are going to be part of what hopefully will be an Ork city.

This is a nice one that has had Baneblade tracks used within it. Also note the dead Imperial Guardsman.

This one has shells and a jerrycan of fuel (safe place to put it).

I do like these resin models. In my opinion this is the material that should have been used for the Blastscape pack.

See the full workbench feature on the Ork Barricades.

Ork Barricades

One of the nice Cities of Death models released were the resin Ork Barricades. Six resin barricades (still available) that have a very Orkiness about them.

Orks are adapt at banging together large piles of debris, welding them with burnas and Gretchin for extra stickiness. In dense city-fights, cunning Ork Warbosses use these barricades to funnel enemy troops and prevent their armour from manoeuvring, before their Tankbustas launch a devastating ambush.

These are going to be part of what hopefully will be an Ork city.

Here is one of the barricades.

This is probably my favourite and makes use of an old Ork Trukk.

See the full workbench feature on the Ork Barricades.