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On the Paint Table – Dracula’s America, Malifaux, The Walking Dead

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New mat from Cigar Box Battle – The Hive

Posted on November 14th, 2017 under , , , , , , . Posted by

The Hive (#460) mat is a great looking, highly detailed and versatile terrain mat! It is professionally illustrated and perfect for just about any science fiction urban / alien combat…

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Wyrd Games – Monday Preview

Posted on November 13th, 2017 under , , , . Posted by

This weeks Monday Preview from Wyrd Games is something interesting for Black Friday…..——————–Hey Wyrdos!  It is almost time for our Black Friday/Wyrd Birthday sale and we know you all want some news.  Well today we get to bring…

On the Paint Table – Malifaux Hamelin, ARISTEIA! and Onyx CF

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Wyrd Games – Malifaux App

Posted on November 7th, 2017 under , , . Posted by

Well that should come in handy…

Wydos,

We are excited to announce the launch of our Malifaux app! This app gives players a chance to track their collection, share Crews, and more!

It’s never been easier to track your Malifaux collection. This app brings a clean, easy-to-read list of every model in Malifaux.

You can quickly build different Crews, which can be shared by copying the information to your clipboard or by using a QR code, allowing all of your Crews to be shared in a matter of moments.

Finally, the app lets you start an Encounter with any Crews: yours or one you scan in via a QR code, letting you view all the models, Strategies, and Schemes.

The app makes building a new Crew easy, adding models and Upgrades, all while tracking the total cost and following the game’s hiring restrictions.
You can select Schemes and track both players’ scores easily in the app, but that’s not all. You can also track Wounds and Conditions as the game progresses.
If you want access to the stat cards, it’s a one time purchase. Once made, the app delivers every stat card in full detail, including all Abilities and Actions, allowing you to quickly and easily reference models at any time.

When in an Encounter, a model’s attached Upgrades will show as a part of its Abilities and Actions. If a model gains an Upgrade or Condition during the game, you can quickly add it.

If you’ve scanned in your opponent’s Crew, it also lets you look at what they’ve brought to the Encounter, making sure that you have the knowledge you need at your fingertips.

You can go to the app’s webpage to get all the information and links you need. Thanks for your support, and happy gaming!

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Malifaux game, 11/2/17

Posted on November 7th, 2017 under , . Posted by

Rob and I played Malifaux last week, our first game since quite possibly 2013, during first edition. The last two or three months, I had started looking at the second edition models and rules, and have been eager to play, bringing it to our gaming weekend. Well, I finally got a chance!

I decided to play Neverborn, as I’ve been building the plastic crews from Wyrd miniatures to replace my old metal ones. I actually have been basing my purchases and list building for the moment on the Building on a Budget article over at Schemes and Stones, as I wanted to get some new miniatures for a fresh start, and this gave me a cost effective way to go.

We generated our strategy and schemes a few days before the game- our strategy was Reconnoiter, where we needed to get bodies in the different corners of the map. Our schemes were A Lind in the Sand, Outflank, Frame for Murder, Assassinate, and Protect Territory. With Reconnoiter, I knew I needed some speed to ensure I could get to the various table quarters, to claim or contest them as needed. Because of that, I went with Lilith. The list I took (from the above link) was:

(1)Lilith — 7ss
+Beckon Malifaux – 1ss
+On Wings Of Darkness – 1ss
+Aether Connection – 1ss
(2)Cherub – 3ss
(3)Barbaros – 10ss
+Fears Given Form – 1ss
(4)Doppleganger – 7ss
+The Mimic’s Blessing – 1ss
(5)Terror Tot – 4ss
(6)Terror Tot – 4ss
(7)The Illuminated – 7ss
(8)The Illuminated – 7ss

I played a decent amount of Lilith in first edition, and although she has changed some, her core ‘feel’ certainly seems the same- lots of mobility, good defense, and can hit hard. Barbaros seems to fit much of the same role, although he has to deal with the terrain that Lilith can basically ignore.

With this list, I felt pretty confident I could do any of the schemes. I didn’t want to do Frame for Murder, as I don’t want to depend on my opponent to do anything, so I didn’t consider that. I ended up going with Assassinate, because killing Rob’s Master would be something I’d like to do anyway, and Outflank, because going to those outside board edges gives me some flexibility when dealing with the strategy.

Rob showed up, and I set up terrain, as he revealed he’d be playing with Mei Feng, an Arcanist Master who he liked a lot in first edition that could get up and get physical as well. I don’t know the specific content of his list, but I know it was at a minimum Mei Feng, Kang, Emberling, 3 Rail Workers, Metal Gamin, and a Rail Golem. I don’t know the upgrade loadout, however.

We flip for deployment, deploy, and get ready to go (neither of us reveal our schemes).

We took turns placing terrain, not paying much attention to its upcoming effect on the game, but one thing to note is the large forest in the middle. Because of its size and position, it ended up being a MAJOR factor in the game, as Lilith doesn’t struggle with it, but Rob’s forces do (I swear, it wasn’t intentional).

For deployment, Rob deploys centrally, I split my forces around the big rock formation.

Deployment

For Turn 1, my split forces run to the left and right, figuring that I can attack the middle as needed, and use my speed to choose how I’m going to engage the oncoming Arcanists. I start dropping some scheme markers randomly, to make it look like I might be going for Protect Territory (I don’t think Rob buys it). Rob moves straight towards the middle.

End Turn 1. I get up the board quick, and drop some random scheme markers

Turn 2, I win initiative, and elect to have Rob go first so I can respond to whatever he does. For the most part, Rob moves everyone near the center, into the forest, but sends an Emberling and a Rail Worker on my side of the board. I end my turn with Lilith, who hops out, kills the Emberling, and retreats behind the building, where Rob can’t get to her. Elsewhere, I push up the board to get some bodies near the middle.

End Turn 2

Turn 3, I look through my cards, read Wicked Vines, and an idea forms. I win Initiative, and attempt to enact it, and I Vine the Rail Golem, as well as a Rail Worker approaching on my right. I end Lilith’s activation by clogging the far side of the board with a summoned forest, blocking Rob’s charges into my Neverborn on that side. I use the Illuminated and Cherub on my right to kill the Vine’d Rail Worker.

Rob tries to determine a way to keep the Rail Golem free from Lilith’s vines, and Vents Steam near it, to give me a negative flip when I try again.

End of the turn, I have bodies on every quarter, and Rob is too close to the center to get enough bodies in two quarters, giving me my first victory point.

End Turn 3

Turn 4, I cheat to get initiative (thanks to the Doppleganger), and immediately activate Lilith. I Focus, then hit him with the Wicked Vine, and nab him. Kane kills the Terror Tot near the center of the table, and I send Barbaros into Kane, dealing only two damage.

Barbaros on the attack!

Rob activates Mei Feng, attempting to figure out some way to create a push to free the Rail Golem, but fails on the attempt, and concedes, as things were definitely not going his way. Victory to Lilith!

Post-game, we talked a lot about things. The forest definitely was a tremendous challenge for him, but even so, there were a lot of things we overlooked that could’ve helped him. Using scrap tokens to Rail Walk with Mei Feng, and noticing that the Rail Workers are Constructs would both have helped. Also, he could’ve vented Steam multiple times in a turn, to make it extremely difficult for me to use the vines to stop his game plan. A few changes in upgrades may have helped as well.

Anyway, I had a blast playing, and look forward to doing so again. Rob sounds interested in trying again as well, so hopefully in two weeks we’ll get it on the table again.

Malifaux game, 11/2/17

Posted on November 7th, 2017 under , . Posted by

Rob and I played Malifaux last week, our first game since quite possibly 2013, during first edition. The last two or three months, I had started looking at the second edition models and rules, and have been eager to play, bringing it to our gaming weekend. Well, I finally got a chance!

I decided to play Neverborn, as I’ve been building the plastic crews from Wyrd miniatures to replace my old metal ones. I actually have been basing my purchases and list building for the moment on the Building on a Budget article over at Schemes and Stones, as I wanted to get some new miniatures for a fresh start, and this gave me a cost effective way to go.

We generated our strategy and schemes a few days before the game- our strategy was Reconnoiter, where we needed to get bodies in the different corners of the map. Our schemes were A Lind in the Sand, Outflank, Frame for Murder, Assassinate, and Protect Territory. With Reconnoiter, I knew I needed some speed to ensure I could get to the various table quarters, to claim or contest them as needed. Because of that, I went with Lilith. The list I took (from the above link) was:

(1)Lilith — 7ss
+Beckon Malifaux – 1ss
+On Wings Of Darkness – 1ss
+Aether Connection – 1ss
(2)Cherub – 3ss
(3)Barbaros – 10ss
+Fears Given Form – 1ss
(4)Doppleganger – 7ss
+The Mimic’s Blessing – 1ss
(5)Terror Tot – 4ss
(6)Terror Tot – 4ss
(7)The Illuminated – 7ss
(8)The Illuminated – 7ss

I played a decent amount of Lilith in first edition, and although she has changed some, her core ‘feel’ certainly seems the same- lots of mobility, good defense, and can hit hard. Barbaros seems to fit much of the same role, although he has to deal with the terrain that Lilith can basically ignore.

With this list, I felt pretty confident I could do any of the schemes. I didn’t want to do Frame for Murder, as I don’t want to depend on my opponent to do anything, so I didn’t consider that. I ended up going with Assassinate, because killing Rob’s Master would be something I’d like to do anyway, and Outflank, because going to those outside board edges gives me some flexibility when dealing with the strategy.

Rob showed up, and I set up terrain, as he revealed he’d be playing with Mei Feng, an Arcanist Master who he liked a lot in first edition that could get up and get physical as well. I don’t know the specific content of his list, but I know it was at a minimum Mei Feng, Kang, Emberling, 3 Rail Workers, Metal Gamin, and a Rail Golem. I don’t know the upgrade loadout, however.

We flip for deployment, deploy, and get ready to go (neither of us reveal our schemes).

We took turns placing terrain, not paying much attention to its upcoming effect on the game, but one thing to note is the large forest in the middle. Because of its size and position, it ended up being a MAJOR factor in the game, as Lilith doesn’t struggle with it, but Rob’s forces do (I swear, it wasn’t intentional).

For deployment, Rob deploys centrally, I split my forces around the big rock formation.

Deployment

For Turn 1, my split forces run to the left and right, figuring that I can attack the middle as needed, and use my speed to choose how I’m going to engage the oncoming Arcanists. I start dropping some scheme markers randomly, to make it look like I might be going for Protect Territory (I don’t think Rob buys it). Rob moves straight towards the middle.

End Turn 1. I get up the board quick, and drop some random scheme markers

Turn 2, I win initiative, and elect to have Rob go first so I can respond to whatever he does. For the most part, Rob moves everyone near the center, into the forest, but sends an Emberling and a Rail Worker on my side of the board. I end my turn with Lilith, who hops out, kills the Emberling, and retreats behind the building, where Rob can’t get to her. Elsewhere, I push up the board to get some bodies near the middle.

End Turn 2

Turn 3, I look through my cards, read Wicked Vines, and an idea forms. I win Initiative, and attempt to enact it, and I Vine the Rail Golem, as well as a Rail Worker approaching on my right. I end Lilith’s activation by clogging the far side of the board with a summoned forest, blocking Rob’s charges into my Neverborn on that side. I use the Illuminated and Cherub on my right to kill the Vine’d Rail Worker.

Rob tries to determine a way to keep the Rail Golem free from Lilith’s vines, and Vents Steam near it, to give me a negative flip when I try again.

End of the turn, I have bodies on every quarter, and Rob is too close to the center to get enough bodies in two quarters, giving me my first victory point.

End Turn 3

Turn 4, I cheat to get initiative (thanks to the Doppleganger), and immediately activate Lilith. I Focus, then hit him with the Wicked Vine, and nab him. Kane kills the Terror Tot near the center of the table, and I send Barbaros into Kane, dealing only two damage.

Barbaros on the attack!

Rob activates Mei Feng, attempting to figure out some way to create a push to free the Rail Golem, but fails on the attempt, and concedes, as things were definitely not going his way. Victory to Lilith!

Post-game, we talked a lot about things. The forest definitely was a tremendous challenge for him, but even so, there were a lot of things we overlooked that could’ve helped him. Using scrap tokens to Rail Walk with Mei Feng, and noticing that the Rail Workers are Constructs would both have helped. Also, he could’ve vented Steam multiple times in a turn, to make it extremely difficult for me to use the vines to stop his game plan. A few changes in upgrades may have helped as well.

Anyway, I had a blast playing, and look forward to doing so again. Rob sounds interested in trying again as well, so hopefully in two weeks we’ll get it on the table again.

Assembled more minis! [Malifaux]

Posted on November 5th, 2017 under , . Posted by

After so long making any progress on miniatures, I have to admit, it feels good to have so many new miniatures put together in a relatively reasonable amount of time.  Once again, my new additions are for my Neverborn crew.Not a terribly great pic…

Assembled more minis! [Malifaux]

Posted on November 5th, 2017 under , . Posted by

After so long making any progress on miniatures, I have to admit, it feels good to have so many new miniatures put together in a relatively reasonable amount of time.  Once again, my new additions are for my Neverborn crew.Not a terribly great pic…

Wyrd Games – Monday Preview

Posted on October 9th, 2017 under , , . Posted by

A Monday Malifaux preview from Wyrd Games…——————–Monday’s aren’t always great, but Malifaux previews make them better!  We are continuing looking at some additional art for models out of Broken Promises!  This week we are takin…

Wyrd Games – Monday Preview

Posted on October 9th, 2017 under , , . Posted by

A Monday Malifaux preview from Wyrd Games…——————–Monday’s aren’t always great, but Malifaux previews make them better!  We are continuing looking at some additional art for models out of Broken Promises!  This week we are takin…

Holy cow, I assembled minis!

Posted on October 5th, 2017 under , . Posted by

Yeah, it’s been a long time since I’ve actually put together some miniatures… but I managed to get a few together this week!That’s the Jakob Lynch crew for Malifaux.  We actually have a Jakob Lynch player in the local meta, but since I play Neve…

Holy cow, I assembled minis!

Posted on October 5th, 2017 under , . Posted by

Yeah, it’s been a long time since I’ve actually put together some miniatures… but I managed to get a few together this week!That’s the Jakob Lynch crew for Malifaux.  We actually have a Jakob Lynch player in the local meta, but since I play Neve…

Wyrd Games – October Newsletter

Posted on October 3rd, 2017 under , , . Posted by

Wyrd Games October and November releases and their monthly promotions too…

Wyrdos,

The Wyrd office is humming along while enjoying the cool breezes that are putting a true end to the summer. It’s time to eat lunch outside while pondering the finer points of tabletop gaming.

This month we’re preparing to attend PAX Unplugged in November in Philadelphia (we hope to see you there!) and continuing to move all of our different projects forward, such asGaining Grounds 2018.

This month’s newsletter covers our autumn Malifaux campaign, the next two months of releases, Iron Painter, and reviews our various media offerings. Check it out!

Wyrd is currently hosting a global Malifaux event: Homefront. This event began in October and is running until the end of December, and it allows players to vote and submit results for the chance to shape the Malifaux universe!

Players are able to throw their support behind one of three smuggling operations that are sending supplies back to Earth. Who they support will have a strong influence on The Other Side, as the smugglers with the most support will eventually become powerful syndicates back on Earth.

Additionally, the Faction with the best win ratio at the end of the event will have one (or more) of their models turned into next year’s Nightmare edition!

For full details on the event, click here.

 
October Releases
WYR30207 TTB Penny Dreadful: A Stitch in Time  $    25.00    
WYR30404 Tarot Deck  $    16.00    
WYR30405 Spell Deck  $    20.00    
WYR20039 Broken Promises Upgrade Deck  $    12.00    
WYR21069 Alt. Nekima  $    35.00    
WYR20537 Talos  $    24.00    
WYR20137 Thalarian Queller  $    18.00    
WYR20729 Crime Bosses  $    21.00
October is a great month for Through the Breach! The Tarot Deck is an oversized Fate Deck, making it easy for players around the table to reach it, and the Spell Deck is a nice accessory for your spell-casting friends. Coupled with the Stitch in Time adventure, October is a great time to start that Through the Breach game you’ve been thinking about running.
 
Through the Breach Core Rules are now available on DriveThruRPG for $40.

These core rules will give you everything you need to play Through the Breach, and they are fully compatible with all previously release products. You can also check out our Penny Dreadful adventures on DriveThruRPG.

November Releases
 
WYR20138 Jury  $    15.00
WYR20440 Grootslang  $    30.00
WYR20641 Wrastlers  $    21.00
WYR20245 Asura Roten  $    21.00
WYR20538 The Midnight Stalker  $    11.00
WYR20349 Kandara  $    21.00
We also have a Local Game Store (LGS) promotion every month! You can see the October and November promotions below.
If you spend $65 or more at your LGS in October, send a copy of your receipt for a small mystery box containing a special edition model. Click on the image for more info.
A free alt Wastrel model will be in The Jury boxes purchased in November (look for the “Bonus Model Included” sticker). Click on the image for more information.
The Iron Painter competition has begun! Entries for the first round are being submitted through the end of the day, after which the community will have an opportunity to score all the different miniatures!

If you like looking at gorgeously painted miniatures, make sure to stop on by the Iron Painter gallery on our forum and take the time to rate the entries you look through! All the images will be uploaded once the first round has ended.

More information on the Iron Painter competition can be found by clicking the image above.

Wyrd has a variety of media available for free to everyone.
  • Every Wednesday a new wallpaper is available on our website for Wallpaper Wednesday. There is a large collection of Malifaux options available, as well as a variety of options for some of our other games. This Wednesday saw the release of a special Wallpaper, the scene of the Last Call at the Gray Lord story in Crossroads, featuring Molly and Kirai!
  • We have a free ezine available, Wyrd Chronicles. The Chronicles have stories, hobby articles, RPG adventures, and more! Be sure to check out this magazine, currently available on DriveThruRPG.
  • Most Mondays we release a look at something upcoming in our Monday Preview. These are a great opportunity to see what Wyrd is working on and what’s coming down the pipeline. We have a lot of things to show off, so check back every Monday!
  • On Fridays we try to show off previews for the upcoming The Other Sideminiatures game. Check out some of the previews, or come by PAX Unplugged to learn how to play the game!
  • Every other Thursday we release a free podcast called the Tales of Malifauxas part of our Breachside Broadcast. This podcast goes through the Malifaux fiction one story at a time, starting all the way back with the first book in first edition. It’s a great way to catch up on our old stories or go through them again.
If you’re going to be at PAX Unplugged in November, we could use your help! We’re currently looking for volunteers to help run demos of Malifaux and The Other Side. Click the link provided to find out more.

Thanks for reading, and we appreciate your support! Make sure to take advantage of our many promotions and, if you’re playing Malifaux, take the time to report your games as part of the global campaign.

We’ll catch you on the other side!
 

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Wyrd Games – October Newsletter

Posted on October 3rd, 2017 under , , . Posted by

Wyrd Games October and November releases and their monthly promotions too…

Wyrdos,

The Wyrd office is humming along while enjoying the cool breezes that are putting a true end to the summer. It’s time to eat lunch outside while pondering the finer points of tabletop gaming.

This month we’re preparing to attend PAX Unplugged in November in Philadelphia (we hope to see you there!) and continuing to move all of our different projects forward, such asGaining Grounds 2018.

This month’s newsletter covers our autumn Malifaux campaign, the next two months of releases, Iron Painter, and reviews our various media offerings. Check it out!

Wyrd is currently hosting a global Malifaux event: Homefront. This event began in October and is running until the end of December, and it allows players to vote and submit results for the chance to shape the Malifaux universe!

Players are able to throw their support behind one of three smuggling operations that are sending supplies back to Earth. Who they support will have a strong influence on The Other Side, as the smugglers with the most support will eventually become powerful syndicates back on Earth.

Additionally, the Faction with the best win ratio at the end of the event will have one (or more) of their models turned into next year’s Nightmare edition!

For full details on the event, click here.

 
October Releases
WYR30207 TTB Penny Dreadful: A Stitch in Time  $    25.00    
WYR30404 Tarot Deck  $    16.00    
WYR30405 Spell Deck  $    20.00    
WYR20039 Broken Promises Upgrade Deck  $    12.00    
WYR21069 Alt. Nekima  $    35.00    
WYR20537 Talos  $    24.00    
WYR20137 Thalarian Queller  $    18.00    
WYR20729 Crime Bosses  $    21.00
October is a great month for Through the Breach! The Tarot Deck is an oversized Fate Deck, making it easy for players around the table to reach it, and the Spell Deck is a nice accessory for your spell-casting friends. Coupled with the Stitch in Time adventure, October is a great time to start that Through the Breach game you’ve been thinking about running.
 
Through the Breach Core Rules are now available on DriveThruRPG for $40.

These core rules will give you everything you need to play Through the Breach, and they are fully compatible with all previously release products. You can also check out our Penny Dreadful adventures on DriveThruRPG.

November Releases
 
WYR20138 Jury  $    15.00
WYR20440 Grootslang  $    30.00
WYR20641 Wrastlers  $    21.00
WYR20245 Asura Roten  $    21.00
WYR20538 The Midnight Stalker  $    11.00
WYR20349 Kandara  $    21.00
We also have a Local Game Store (LGS) promotion every month! You can see the October and November promotions below.
If you spend $65 or more at your LGS in October, send a copy of your receipt for a small mystery box containing a special edition model. Click on the image for more info.
A free alt Wastrel model will be in The Jury boxes purchased in November (look for the “Bonus Model Included” sticker). Click on the image for more information.
The Iron Painter competition has begun! Entries for the first round are being submitted through the end of the day, after which the community will have an opportunity to score all the different miniatures!

If you like looking at gorgeously painted miniatures, make sure to stop on by the Iron Painter gallery on our forum and take the time to rate the entries you look through! All the images will be uploaded once the first round has ended.

More information on the Iron Painter competition can be found by clicking the image above.

Wyrd has a variety of media available for free to everyone.
  • Every Wednesday a new wallpaper is available on our website for Wallpaper Wednesday. There is a large collection of Malifaux options available, as well as a variety of options for some of our other games. This Wednesday saw the release of a special Wallpaper, the scene of the Last Call at the Gray Lord story in Crossroads, featuring Molly and Kirai!
  • We have a free ezine available, Wyrd Chronicles. The Chronicles have stories, hobby articles, RPG adventures, and more! Be sure to check out this magazine, currently available on DriveThruRPG.
  • Most Mondays we release a look at something upcoming in our Monday Preview. These are a great opportunity to see what Wyrd is working on and what’s coming down the pipeline. We have a lot of things to show off, so check back every Monday!
  • On Fridays we try to show off previews for the upcoming The Other Sideminiatures game. Check out some of the previews, or come by PAX Unplugged to learn how to play the game!
  • Every other Thursday we release a free podcast called the Tales of Malifauxas part of our Breachside Broadcast. This podcast goes through the Malifaux fiction one story at a time, starting all the way back with the first book in first edition. It’s a great way to catch up on our old stories or go through them again.
If you’re going to be at PAX Unplugged in November, we could use your help! We’re currently looking for volunteers to help run demos of Malifaux and The Other Side. Click the link provided to find out more.

Thanks for reading, and we appreciate your support! Make sure to take advantage of our many promotions and, if you’re playing Malifaux, take the time to report your games as part of the global campaign.

We’ll catch you on the other side!
 

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Wyrd Games – Monday Preview

Posted on October 2nd, 2017 under , , , . Posted by

A Wyrd Games Malifaux ‘Monday Preview’…..——————–Hey Wyrdos!  Another Monday another preview!  With Broken Promises released, we are taking a look at some art from outside of the book!  Today we are taking a look at some ar…

Unboxing Malifaux – Banjonistas

Posted on September 28th, 2017 under , , , . Posted by

“Play us a tune then…”The Banjonistas box contains enough parts for three miniatures…namely the Banjonistas. It also contains stat cards for them though there are no upgrade cards.Banjonistas – SprueThe box has one sprue in it as well as the aforem…

Unboxing Malifaux – Banjonistas

Posted on September 28th, 2017 under , , , . Posted by

“Play us a tune then…”The Banjonistas box contains enough parts for three miniatures…namely the Banjonistas. It also contains stat cards for them though there are no upgrade cards.Banjonistas – SprueThe box has one sprue in it as well as the aforem…

Wyrd Games – Monday Preview

Posted on September 25th, 2017 under , , , . Posted by

A Wyrd Games Monday ‘Malifaux’ preview…——————–Hey Wyrdos!  Time for another Malifaux preview!  Today we are taking a look at the art for Hinamatsu from Broken Promises.  Let’s learn a little bit about this puppet!Hinamatsu…

Wyrd Games – Monday Preview

Posted on September 25th, 2017 under , , , . Posted by

A Wyrd Games Monday ‘Malifaux’ preview…——————–Hey Wyrdos!  Time for another Malifaux preview!  Today we are taking a look at the art for Hinamatsu from Broken Promises.  Let’s learn a little bit about this puppet!Hinamatsu…

Sunday Round-Up

Posted on September 24th, 2017 under , , , , , , , , , . Posted by

Had another fairly productive week of recruiting after I appointed some trusted operatives to stop me getting distracted……and have therefore added Alternate versions of Nekima and a Swine-Cursed to my growing army as well as some Dead Outlaws………

Sunday Round-Up

Posted on September 24th, 2017 under , , , , , , , , , . Posted by

Had another fairly productive week of recruiting after I appointed some trusted operatives to stop me getting distracted……and have therefore added Alternate versions of Nekima and a Swine-Cursed to my growing army as well as some Dead Outlaws………

Unboxing Malifaux – Dead Outlaws

Posted on September 21st, 2017 under , , , . Posted by

“Tis But a Scratch…”The Dead Outlaws box contains enough parts for three miniatures…namely the Dead Outlaws. It also contains stat cards for them though there are no upgrade cards.Dead Outlaws – SprueThe box has one sprue in it split into two piece…

Unboxing Malifaux – Dead Outlaws

Posted on September 21st, 2017 under , , , . Posted by

“Tis But a Scratch…”The Dead Outlaws box contains enough parts for three miniatures…namely the Dead Outlaws. It also contains stat cards for them though there are no upgrade cards.Dead Outlaws – SprueThe box has one sprue in it split into two piece…

Unboxing Malifaux – Alternate Swine-Cursed

Posted on September 19th, 2017 under , , , , , . Posted by

“Oink?”Wyrd Games most months have a promotion of some kind either an extra model free in certain boxes or a free model obtained by sending a copy of a receipt of a certain value off to Wyrd Games. July’s promotion was an alternate sculpt of the Swine-…