Part of the October batch of Warmahordes minis.
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Part of the October batch of Warmahordes minis. I particularly like the red sash – it’s the only bit of that color that appears anywhere in my Everblight army. The red sash was done with my new Scale 75 red colors. Blue sword glow done with Badger Ghost Tint – Plasma Blue, also a new paint. Other colors are my Legion standard colors. Skulls on base come from Citadel skulls package.
One of my players had to be difficult and create a bizarro character. An Oread Cleric who uses a dire flail. I finally got sick of using a prepaint earth elemental for him and converted this guy with bits I picked up in the Boneyard. Zenithal priming plus some glazes took care of most of the cloth. Metals, leathers and stone base got a base coat, wash and highlight. All in all, 2-3 hours.
I started working on Kitty about 2 years ago. I decided to bring her along to ReaperCon where I got in the zone with her and finished her off. Lots of greens and yellows, but it’s all centered around P3 Wurm Green, which is mixed into nearly everything. (I think I had just bought a pot of it right when I first started the mini). Helpful suggestions from other attendees and teachers (Cathy Wappel and Rhonda Bender in particular) definitely improved the quality. The base material is from a tub of stuff I received from Frontline Games in my swag bag.
Okay, the title is a bit of a lie, as all you get are the bare bones. But I get to show off my Fyanna’s Flying Circus army that is finally fully painted (I have committed to never playing unpainted Legion). First time on the table for a lot of guys: Sorceress & Hellion x2, Angelius #2, Throne of Everblight, Black Frost Shard, and both Shepherds. Both of my opponents also had fully painted armies.
First up was against Kaya 3 played by J in some sort of theme list. Scenario was Spread the Net and he went first. This picture is from top of 3 after his feat turn and during my feat turn. I was able to keep the line of battle far enough forward that he couldn’t get to the zones in the back and I won on scenario.
Next up was against The Wanderer played by A. He decided to leave the scenario and terrain the same, except I went first this time (I even got the same side so I didn’t have to move my stuff). The Throne was very excited by his dudespam, but Starcrossed made him a sad panda. Add on the -1/-1 Arcana and it got even sadder. This photo is right before he failed to assassinate Fyanna2 (6 fury, so wasn’t going to happen) and lost on scenario for many of the same reasons as in game 1. I learned not to underestimate Starcrossed, as I couldn’t even assassinate him with a fully loaded Angelius even after a lucky crit freeze.