September was a productive hobby month, with plenty of models making it off the production line. With only about three months until the Frostgrave Immersion tour I’m getting quite excited, although have had limited opportunities to get Frostgrave to the table so will probably be going in relatively rusty on the rules. Not to worry, I’m sure a few games will see me back on track.
Quite a bit of action on this front, but I’ll be talking about it in depth next week in Part Four of the Road to Frostgrave Immersion Tour series. For now, here’s one of my Mierce Miniatures purchases, which I’m planning on using as a Genie for Frostgrave.
A Song Of Ice And Fire Tabletop Miniatures Game
I painted up these two, as I’ve had the Free Folk Heroes box prepped and awaiting paint for some time. I picked them up to use as a(nother) Frostgrave warband, although with three painted warbands already, I’m not sure I need another…
I picked up the Reality’s Edge rulebook recently, being a big fan of Joe’s other game, This Is Not A Test, I figured this would be an excellent addition to my library, and with several other people at Axes and Ales playing I should be able to get regular games in. I’ve had the smattering of Hasslefree Miniatures hanging around for some time, originally procured for This Is Not A Test or Marvel solo play or something else that’s faded from memory, which will now be repurposed into my band of Cyberpunk protagonists.
The pile looks light this month, but with my new Frostgrave warband freshly painted there’s a stack more models to be shown off in the next tour progress post. With a new game to occupy my time amidst all the others I’m expecting the motivation to remain up through to the end of the year. One thing I’m super excited to get started on is my Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle Zombicide models I acquired. Until next month…