Three weeks to go before the Canterbury SAGA day and another point of Norse Gael warriors are completed.
Two of these metal figures have shields cast onto their bodies. One shield is quite small, while the other has some of the warrior's hair obscuring the top. Rather than mess around trying to cut LBM transfers to the correct size, I decided to try a bit of free hand (using simple designs). Here's one of the shields showing some battle scars.
Just two points of hearthguard and the warlord left to do. These have all been base coated and shaded, so just highlights and detail left. We are on the homeward stretch!
Last week Kyle and I helped run a SAGA participation game at SELWG. It was a great event and there was lots of interest in Crescent and the Cross. Friday Night Fire Fight Club supplied a really nice desert board and we ran with four points of Saracens against four points of Crusaders. Sadly, I didn't take any photos - much too busy showing people how to play! Well at least it stopped me spending too much money at the trade stands. Luckily Wargames Illustrated were there and took a photo of the show. If you know where to look, you can even see one of our games in progress.
Tomorrow I'm of to take part in Ilford Wargaming Group's SAGA day. This is a full on tournament with the last game being a 16 person mega battle! I'll try to grab some photos from this one. Only the Anglo Danes will be attending (Kyle being otherwise engaged), but my ADs will be taking their newly painted Religious Advisor.
Religious Advisors cost a point, but generate two SAGA dice and allow warbands to roll a total of 7 SAGA dice at the start of Orders (instead of the normal 6). During the Orders phase the Religious Advisor can also aquire a fatigue to allow the warband to roll two more dice. This fatigue is then discarded at the start of the Activation phase. Looking forward to seeing how this works out tomorrow.
Happy to see your going to make your dead line. Nice work on the figs. As to religious advisers, don't the C&C rules have to be agreed to by both players for Dark ages?ReplyDelete
Thanks Kevin. C&C rules are in full affect at the tournaments I am attending. In friendly games it's a good idea to let your opponent know in advance that you will be taking a priest. At my local club we've adopted C&C so this isn't really a problem. But it could be if you are playing folks for the first time elsewhere.Delete
My, what big axes these guys have!ReplyDelete
Sounds like you're pretty busy playing games. I do envy you that, a bit :-) .