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I decided to get going on my entries for the Frostgrave Triple Sprue Challenge.  The idea is to convert the three mainstays of a Frostgrave warband; Wizard, Apprentice, and Captain.  You could only use a single sprue each from the Soldiers, Cultists, and Barbarian kits.

First up is Vismar the Obsessed, Wizard

He's never quite been the same since he found that staff made from the remains of a Magister of the Frozen City.


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Next is the Apprentice, Cymon.

He's obsessed with that one simple hat trick. It would be more impressive if he summoned the rabbit rather than the Undead.

 

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Up last is Sir Brodes, Captain

A life-long retainer to Vismar, Sir Brodes often regrets his family's pledge to the House of Vismar....much more often since they came to the Frozen City.


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UBERCOOL! The Hat Trick followed closely by the Wizard's glasses are my favorites. OUTSTANDING & IMAGINATIVE WORK!

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Thanks all!

 

3 minutes ago, malefactus said:

UBERCOOL! The Hat Trick followed closely by the Wizard's glasses are my favorites. OUTSTANDING & IMAGINATIVE WORK!


Thanks again!

The Hat Trick put itself together, compared to how many adjustments I had to make while putting the Captain and Wizard together.

The glasses for the Wizard were to make him stand out from all the other entries that used the same idea to make a Wizard hat.  I had already put it together along with the staff when the first submissions started showing up...


I thought it would be unique, then saw a ton using the same parts!  Same with the Wizard hat and beard on the skull staff...I'm almost glad I had to delay the project so I could make him a bit different than some of the other entries. 

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