Thursday, 27 February 2020

CCLII. AoS28: Sunhold Deadwalkers and Netopyr

At last found a bit of time for my personal projects, so I made a few figures real quick. 

 Sunhold Deadwalkers

I'm trying to settle for a definitive look for my undead in the Sunhold setting. Reanimated denizens of the city's past will be a commonly encountered enemy. I want them based on partly skeletonised/partly mummified remains, like the ones in Sicilian Capuchin crypts. Converted both these Deadwalker soldiers using plastic historicals - same as for many of my living humans. These required a bit more work with the scalpel, drill and putty, though.

Deadwalker Footsoldier and Deadwalker Crossbowman.




These giant bats came from the Grymwatch kit. They were originally chained together, and I managed to cut them apart and base them separately. I changed their faces and feet as well, to make them look less cartoony. They will join the ranks of the feral Vampires and their ghoul servants.

While I was at it, they got Fabula profiles. Here they are:

That's it, back to work...

Thursday, 13 February 2020

CCLI. Fabula: Rules System for Narrative Tabletop Skirmish V1.2.

You can now download the updated version of the rules here: Fabula V1.2. The updates since V1.1. include alternating activation mode and an appendix with a guide for deciding TNs for Checks. Also, page numbers were messed up in the previous version, so that is now fixed as well.
Thanks to our playtesters and everyone else who gave us feedback so far! 

Additionally, we have started a Facebook group for discussions about the rules system and sharing related content. You can join it here: LINK.

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For the past couple weeks I've been busy behind the scenes with activities unrelated with Sunhold: the First Triumvirate, but my friends on the project have made some progress. @Lazaraie showed off WIPs of his Sect of Abundance (LINK),  @dark_isles is working on a group called the Gravekin (LINK), @nic_the_evans made the King in Chains, who is the central figure of his warband (LINK), and @ingrimmson has another delightful WIP from his own warband (LINK). 
Follow #aos28sunhold and the artists themselves for future updates.