First the undead cannon fodder.
All were blockpainted with whatever I had handy and washed with Army Painter Strong Tone Ink.
Zombies – skin painted with Vallejo 884 Stone Grey
Ghouls – skin 971 Green Grey
Skeletons - bone white obviously. Shields where also drybrushed with 863 Gunmetal Grey to get a worn look.
The zombies actually saw action this weekend as substitute Hungry Dead in a game of Shadows of Brimstone. We, an Indian Scout and an Outlaw, managed the 'For a Handful of Darkstone' scenario and came away with a lot of loot. Great fun!
Ah, cool, first time you won a game of Brimstone, right?ReplyDelete
Yep and we had another great game yesterday. We saved the abducted doctor with a margin that was ridicoulus (my inidian scout had 1 sanity left och the desperado could have fallen in the last attack). Even more fun!ReplyDelete
should be Outlaw not Desperado..Delete
Still have to play my first game. But nice to see some ppl actively playing. Seems its not so bad as you could think while reading through the kickstarter comments :)ReplyDelete
Well we really enjoy the game. The rulebook is a bit of a mess (how about an index...!) so it can take a while to find a rule and we still missed some things. The gameplay though is really fun and it will be better the more monsters you have. Looking forward to the expansions...Delete
These aren't Zombies, they're Wights. Zombies don't eat, that's Hollywood rubbish, which sadly seems to have brainwashed everyone, which is no excuse for D&D fans. Ghouls are the undead that eat flesh.ReplyDelete
funilly enough, the figures that are eating human flesh are, as you can see when you read the text, ghouls.Delete
If you're happy to have the first three figures as whighs, well, then that is pefectly allright. I will use them as zombies when I play Ravenloft, and whatever else I fancy when I play other fantasy games.
No need to be all upset, it's just a game, after all.