If you've been paying attention, Legio Malaysia has posted up their plan of awesome activities for the first half of 2012. Initially, I wanted to enter two separate armies for the Army Throwdown and 40K League Season 4. Upon further consideration on the timeline, work schedule, and my marine-fatigue, I've decided to enter Eldar for both events. Same Craftworld, two different lists. By doing this, it'll allow me to (finally) have a fully painted Eldar army, with fully painted options should I decide to change lists in the future.
The following is my armylist for the Army Throwdown event, as these are the models that I have yet to complete the paintjob. Some are even still in sprue/blisters. Note: Painted, Basecoated (no layering nor highlights), Assembled, Unassembled.
Eldar - Craftworld Ilfirin 2000pts
HQ: Autarch + Mandiblasters, Power Weapon
Troops: 5 Dire Avengers + Wave Serpent, Shuriken Cannon
Troops: 5 Dire Avengers, Exarch with 2 Shuriken Pistols + Wave Serpent, Shuriken Cannon
Troops: 3 Guardian Jetbike + Shuriken Cannon
Elite: 10 Fire Dragons, Exarch with Dragon Breath Flamer + Wave Serpent, Shuriken Cannon
Elite: 10 Harlequin + Shadowseer, Troupe Master, 9 Harlequin's Kiss, 2 Fusion Pistol
Elite: 7 Harlequin + Shadowseer, Troupe Master, Death Jester, 2 Fusion Pistol
Fast Attack (IA11): 3 Wasp Assault Walkers + 6 Scatter Lasers
Fast Attack: Vyper + Scatter Laser, Shuriken Cannon
Heavy Support: Wraithlord + Brightlance, Starcannon, 2 Flamers
Heavy Support: 1 Support Weapon Battery with D-Cannon + Warlock, Singing Spear, Destructor
Total: 2000 points, on the dot
This 'uncommon' armylist was made up to accomodate the event requirement and the models in my possession. However, I am considering them as my painting to-do list, as the armylist slightly deviates from my standard Eldar army list. Here's the current picture of the rag-tag army above, in various stages of painting and assembly.
There you have it; half-done Wave Serpents, pure white Dire Avengers, basecoated Fire Dragons, an assortment of bare metal and plastic, and of course, the pile of metal/plastic/resin at the far right. In the next few months, all of these (I strongly hope so) is going to be fully painted. Wish me luck!