A trio of archers with bows and long daggers.
A pair of men-at-arms with swords and shields in metal armor..
..And a similar pair, the exeption being a mace/club having replaced the sword.
A weapon master or sergeant, with a polearm and shield, in similar armor to the other soldiers.
Somewhat late to the party, as hinted in the header, is the minis I painted up to serve as protagonists and NPC's of importance. Better late than never I suppose!
The whole group: First row is all potential heroes, starting with Brother Nicholas and Roke on the left, with the second row being two (hopefully) important NPC's and an prospective ally of the rest of the heroes.
Ragnar is from the frigid north, like Brother Nicholas and Roke. Unlike the two Dragon Knights he is a warrior of the hill tribes, a people known as fierce barbarians. Like many others he heard the rumors of Tanis and even though he was told not to, he went. Gold and glory is his for the taking!
Sorcerers are often mistrusted by regular folk, often rightly so. Magic is a power that instill fear and awe in equal measure, especially when it is worldly rather than divine.
Eutior cares little for the opinion of folk, regular or not. He knows that knowledge is power, and power is what he wishes for. This is why he seeks dusty tomes and ancient crypts and it is also why he travels to Tanis, following the threads of magic.
Roke is a junior Dragon Knight, charged by his order to protect Brother Nicholas as well as take his teachings to heart, to better understand their god. Clad in the plate of the order and carrying a great spear, Roke is ready to bring the light of the Great Dragon wherever he may go.
Heroes must have something to fight as well, so I decided to add to my small (but growing) collection of monsters:
Since I can't keep to a single project at a time, I got inspired by Stroezie's mecha team "Powell's Rangers" that he showed off a short time ago. While not nearly as complete or thematic, I managed to convert up a team of my own for mecha adventures:
Little is known of the pilots and their previous contracts, despite this they are very much in demand. Keep your eyes peeled for these guys in the future!
For my fellow mech-heads I won't stop there, as I recently got a few MWO mechs home from Warhansa!
The Atlas was a great success as far as the model itself, looks just as imposing as I hoped!
Despite this I think it's a really cool model and I'm glad I got it anyhow :)
The last things I have to share is a set of containers I got from brigade several years back, to be used with some 15mm project. I never got around to painting them then, but these containers turned out to be a great size for 6mm mechs, and I happen to have a few of those ;)
The blue unit and the Warhammer graciously standing in for scale.
So there we have it, a quite big update, and I even left two teams of mechs out since they still don't have their decals attached yet. I should really get around to finishing that..
Anyway, next up will be the second introductory adventure of the fantasy Dungeon Scum games, I have already had time to play it, but will try to get in uploaded in the next few days.
Then we might have some more mecha action as well, my DP9 order just dropped in today.. :)
Til next time!