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So, Today I hosted Dilvish, Chaoswolf, and my neighbor Doug, for what we hope to be a monthly Frostgrave campaign... The table: The Deployments: Dilvish: Chaoswolf: Doug: Me It was, from my perspective, an interesting learning experience, as I lost first my wizard, then my apprentice, and 6 more of the 8 soldiers I started with..... Dilvish and Chaoswolf took more detailed notes than I did, so they will be able to tell the story better, but I went through quite a few D20s, and they all deserve to get hit with sledgehammers..... At least my wizard and apprentice survived, and I didn't lose anyone permanently, but I will be without 1 archer, and 2 thugs next game as they heal.... And I only got away with 1 treasure... I only got 90 exp, and just to gain a level, I had to choose the Laboratory option for my base to break the needed 100 points to gain a level.... I also discovered that My spell choices were not the best, and as it was the first game, the others consented to letting me change them.... Thanks guys! But it was a lot of fun, and hopefully I will do a bit better next game.... off to Koplow for a pile of D20..... And whatever Dilvish's wizard's name is, He needs to append "The Sniper" to them, as he found a 48" line of sight with minor obstructions, and killed 2 people with Bone darts.....
(Yay, typo's in the title, lol) This was painted at the recent NEMPA Paint Day on Sept. 19th by my painting padawan/rent-a-kid Spawn Number One. (My friend April's 15-yr-old son Thom...) It's the Bones version of the wolf familiar originally found in Familiar Pack I. It was primed with brown liner and painted rainy grey (body) and polished bone (muzzle, chest and tip of tail), washed with a mix of pure black and violet shadow, and then dry-brushed with the base colors again before getting some dry-brushed highlights. Base was primed with blue liner, basecoated a mix of a medium blue that came with one of the LTPKs and ghost white, then dry-brushed ghost white and then some pure white highlights were added along the top edge. I did the eyes for him. Because I was busy with so many other things during the Paint Day, we forgot to paint the nose. I'm still trying to instill the concept of brush control in him, but he has a bad habit of trying to tickle the mini with the brush rather than using long deliberate strokes.