We are pretty well settled in the new house, although I have not yet staged a miniature war-game there, not even a small one on the dining room table….soon.
However, there has been some painting done since the last post in September. I have been working on Oathsworn Miniatures Burrows and Badgers
figures, among other things. My brother and I are planning on hosting some B&B goes at Gencon this year, and I am comfortably well along with the painting. As a small war band skirmish game, each player needs about 5-6 figures, so the 16 I’ve finished so far represent three players’ worth of the six that we’ll need, and my brother has two, so this should be comfortable.
I also have been working on a few vintage figures this month, with the Archive wolves and wolf runner shown above (original catalog number 820) being the most unusual. I’ve had these figures since they were new in the late 1970s, but got stalled on repainting them a couple of years ago. I found them while stowing boxes on the new basement shelves and decided to finish them.
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We started the club Ghost Archipelago campaign yesterday, and my freshly painted crew start off by losing two specialists permanently killed. One hopes this isn’t a taste of things to come…
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