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The "Iron Kingdoms: Unleashed" boxed set came with a nice group of miniatures, as well as a nice scenario and quickplay rule.

 

So what better way to celebrate that painting them up?

 

I went with a neutral "game" theme for the bases, as they're not really lipped or anything and I didn't want flock all over the board game style box everything came with.

 

First off, we have the heroes:

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Nice.

 

Somehow I've got a craving for some bacon now, odd..

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Nice.

 

Somehow I've got a craving for some bacon now, odd..

 

Believe me, that joke was made about fifty times in our first session alone.

 

It's been many years, but I seem to remember that Farrow actually have a rule called "Bacon!" that lets nearby friendly units heal when they die...

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Iron Kingdoms is the RPG the Warmachine and Hordes games spun off of.  It was originally a D20 setting, but in the third edition, is based on the wargame rules.

 

"Unleashed!" is the Hordes-themed supplement that just came out, and these minis are from the starter box that had quick-play rules, a modular board, and an adventure.

 

Privateer Press is responsible for all of it.

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