Between other projects I had time to finish a couple more Enforcers for Deadzone, a specialist and the Enforcer Captain.
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.
The mighty Undead horde grows! A couple more Wraith units join the battle lines seeking unholy vengeance.
Wraiths, Werewolves and Ghouls are fine, but what an Undead Army needs are zombies! For my initial 1000pts. army I’ve added a couple of regiments of freshly raised, brain seeking corpses.
Mantic has some good looking models that are hurt by weird paintjobs, and the werewolves are some of the worst offenders. But if you can see past those flesh coloured hulks with wolf heads, you’ll find models with a cool aesthetic.
With a single unit of ghouls painted for my Undead Army, I’ve decided to join a Kings of War league. And I need to play my first match before month end. Another crazy project, oh my!
My Forces of the Abyss Mega Starter Army from the Kings of War Kickstarter is here! What a nice unexpected surprise to close the year. Let’s have a look at these new miniatures from Mantic!
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.
Today I’m playing Deadzone. That’s the second project I’ve been working at getting finished. It’s ready in all it’s ugly plastic glory, but at least it’s playable.
So Dungeon Saga got funded in 4 minutes. Guess I wasn’t the only one waiting for the Kickstarter to go live. I was an early bird, by the way. Was really interested in the game, as I’m a huge fan of Dungeon Crawlers. Which as you’ll see in a post or two, is related to my summer project.