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PostSubject: Randroid's Mordheim mixed bag.    Mon 23 Mar 2015 - 12:08

Been about 6 months or so since I started building up my Undead warband and since then have been steadily building up additional Mordheim terrain and minis for my current gaming fixation.

First up I needed some Zombies to add to my Undead warband - Corin's Heroes.








Then I jumped on to the terrain making train and got started on my first Mordheim terrain... an abandoned watchtower (with dirty watering hole).


Started with some foamcore with the paper removed for the top.


Then I sculpted some sculpy around a carboard tube.


Beastman for scale with the roof on.


Added some pink foam stone for the tower top.


The view from above the tower.


Based it on this old lid with a space left open for water effects.


Should look nice once I finish painting it!

I have a few other terrain pieces in mind but next up I will probably just make some various rubble and ruin piles before I tackle another full on building.

Bitten by the bug I have also started work on another warband... the Witch Hunters! First up we needed a couple of Flagellants. I made these out of a few different bodies and heads and zombie bits I had laying around with some small greenstuff additions. I think they turned out nice!






Then we needed a Witch Hunter Captain to lead the warband and I just happened to have one sitting around for a few years now. A great model so no additions needed aside from a skull on the base of course. This is a miniature I got from Gorgon Studios at Adepticon 2010.




Next we needed a Warrior Priest and I had this gut sitting in my Bones box who fit the bill quite nicely (even if he does have a little too much hair).



And while rummaging through the Bones I found three different yet similar Witch Hunters to join the warband. Still working out their backstory but I think they are three sisters who all have their own reasons to be hunting out those who are tainted.





And finally a couple of Zealots for inclusion later on down the road. A pack mule sort and a really excited young lad (who is from the Middenheim range for Mordheim I think?).




Just need to get a few dogs built and based on this one is well on the way... leaving me room to work on the Possessed one next!
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PostSubject: Re: Randroid's Mordheim mixed bag.    Mon 23 Mar 2015 - 12:54

Great start, love the tower, and the undead look very promising, more senor!

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PostSubject: Re: Randroid's Mordheim mixed bag.    Mon 23 Mar 2015 - 14:04

It looks like you are having a GRAND time with the project. You certainly have a FINE array of interesting pieces. Keep up the GOOD WORK!   thumbsup
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PostSubject: Re: Randroid's Mordheim mixed bag.    Mon 23 Mar 2015 - 17:46

Thanks guys! A very warm welcome indeed.

I'll work on getting some group photos of the Undead up here soon. They look pretty good I think!
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PostSubject: Re: Randroid's Mordheim mixed bag.    Mon 23 Mar 2015 - 17:54

OH BABY! LOVE group portraits!   What a Face
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PostSubject: More buildings and minis   Mon 30 Mar 2015 - 12:11

Even after being absorbed back into the giant all encompassing produce beast known as my "job" I did manage to get in a couple quick games earlier this week against a nasty little group of Possessed and I even managed to snag a couple shots too.


First match was a Treasure Hunt. The Undead got it on the first roll of 2D6.


Second match we used the same board setup for a Wyrdstone Hunt.


Even with a nasty Possessed running to the top with two shards the Undead came after him.


Innocent bystanders filmed the Possessed last seconds before being taken out by Corin the Vampire.

Two games and another two victories for Corin's Heroes! As a Vampire he is getting quite nasty with boosts to his Initiative, Weapon Skill, and Wounds! He also has Sprint and Lightning Reflexes and found a Lucky Charm in his last exploration of the cursed city. Can he be stopped? Will the rest of his Dregs stop dying every game!? We wait to see...

In other Mordheim news I worked on building up a broken siege wall with rubble strewn about. I also failed to take very good WIP shots but here is where I started out.





Have since added a bunch of debris and random detritus scattered outside the broken wall as well as base coating it all for more paint! More WIP photos to come...

Then I slapped together another bit of rubble (I will get to full building soon I promise!) since I had some stuff laying about and wanted to get it out of the way.




Bricks in giant chunks? Check. A bit of wood and some weapons? Sure! Now where did those other parts of the ruined building go? Hmmm...

And finally I spent a little bit of time today putting together my "dogs" for the Witch Hunters and whatever other game requires some beasts in it. I used these LoTR wargs because they are cool and cheap! Everybody wins.



Plus you can see the progress I made on that ruined wall in the background! I doubt the dogs made that mess though.

Speaking of messes I figured my pal needed some actual mutants for his Possessed warband (though the Deadzone minis are doing a decent job of standing in) so I slapped together a couple out of bits I had lying around. I am quite pleased with the results!






May still add a bit of greenstuff to give them a more "finished" look but I think for a quick hack job they turned out quite nice.

That's all there is for now! Will return later in the week with more WIP photos and perhaps even a finished piece of terrain? Who knows!?
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