I wasn’t planning on starting another faction for Infinity, but I did. After more than a year of Infinity being my main game, playing in 4 leagues and multiple tournaments I was burnt out. I needed a break.
Almost two years ago I bought Deadzone, and while the game was interesting I wasn’t very happy with the restic miniatures. So they’ve been half-painted sitting on my shelve since then. Until now.
I’ve wanted to get into Malifaux for some time and now it seems to be gathering attention around here. That was the perfect excuse to get my hands onto their Starter Set.
You don’t need many miniatures to play Infinity, but you do need quite a few terrain elements. With these couple of pieces I’ve finished begins my own Infinity Urban table project.
After last years failed attempt at painting a 1000pts. of Bolt Action Germans, I’m back at it using (most of) what I worked on last year.
I’ve finished my first test models, one Ghar and one Concord, for Beyond the Gates of Antares. Well, actually, one and a half for the Concord as I wasn’t happy with my first choice of colours.
As I couldn’t wait any longer for my Kings of War 2nd Edition Kickstarter to arrive, I bought a couple of Undead units to start painting them. Including this ghoul unit led by the mysterious (and nasty looking) Ghast.
After painting the Liberator from the White Dwarf (he’ll always be a Sigmarine to me), I decided to jump into the Age of Sigmar Starter Set. And I decided to start with the Stormcast Eternals, the faction I liked most (that battlecat!)
The deadly Oniwaban and four unstoppable Haramaki Zensenbutai are ready for battle!
I took my gaming club’s Infinity League as a chance to build a cool looking Tohaa army. Or so I hope.
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