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Ok. I'm going to link to some stuff and show off some images to everything that I painted that was used for this Iron Kingdoms campaign. The links will be the show off thread where you can get larger pictures. Some don't have show off so I'll link to my WIP thread.

 

Not all of my players had minis painted by me, they bought a PPM or something they wanted to paint themselves.

 

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PCs

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1) PC Iron Kindom's Ogrun Adventurer

 

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2) PC Gobber Sniper

 

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3) PC Human noble

 

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4) PC Human Cleric

 

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5) PC Modified Andre Durand Modified Andre Durand[/url]

 

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NPCs

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1) Bar keep

 

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2) NPC Thug There are more, don't have photos.

 

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3) Magnus

 

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4) Captain Julian Helstrom

 

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5) Father Dumas

 

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6) Van Oberon

 

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7) Undead

 

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8) Tomb Maidens

 

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I don't know how you guys manage to paint, build terrain and game, but you do and that's a nice looking table you've got there. While I've gone through your WIP and have seen these figures, it's nice to see them all here, completed in a single post. It's impressive to just scroll down the page and see the wide variety of techniques you are capable of using. 

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I don't know how you guys manage to paint, build terrain and game, but you do and that's a nice looking table you've got there. While I've gone through your WIP and have seen these figures, it's nice to see them all here, completed in a single post. It's impressive to just scroll down the page and see the wide variety of techniques you are capable of using. 

Indeed!!

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Thanks all.

 

@Anne and Joshua -- This took about 7 hours to build.  I gave up sleep time and I pretty much stopped watching any form of TV or movies years ago to have the time to do this stuff.  Plus my wife is pretty laid back about be leaving to go set this up as we don't have kids.

 

@Cash Move to Utah and you'll have a group.

 

@baugi IKRPG is a fun system but can be hard to balance combat as players pretty much always end up going in fresh to every encounter so things are either a cake walk or near death with no in-between.

 

@Citrine All the stuff I'm using breaks down quite small.  I'll be tearing it all down tonight (as my nephews wanted me to leave it up for a few days since this is at my brother's house) and it all goes into a few plastic bins.

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Well done, sir.  That is a fantastic Corvis you have there.

 

 

 

@Cash Move to Utah and you'll have a group.

 

 

 

No kidding.  You don't even have to join Jordo's group- there are quite a few weekly games of IK going on around here.

 

Mind, most of us don't build Corvis for a session...

 

True, but some of you paint crazy dragons and giants for their IKRPG.

 

Thanks for all the nice comments. My next game is going to be 1930's pulp with a less mini heavy system but there are some things I'm planning for it that, while won't be at this scope, I hope will be as fun for everyone.

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