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After a skirmish against a band of Preserves, my mutants stumbled upon a looted gun shop.  Brother Ne spotted a box of ammo on the floor, beneath a partially collapsed support beam.  He managed to shift the beam without bringing down the ceiling and was rewarded with Pre-Fall Ammo relic. Meanwhile, my Feral Mutant, Brother Ick, had spotted something shiny in Pre-Fall porta potty. When he reached down to fish it out, he slipped, and ended up submerged tank of hundred year old excrement.  He now suffers a -1 penalty to all stat test during the next Game.  Brother Ick, indeed.

After cashing in the bounty on the Rad-Zombies my warband destroyed, I cobbled together enough barter script to hire an Alpha Mutant to serve as second in command.  This newest disciple, known simply as The Deacon, is equipped with an assault rifle and the pre-fall ammo that Brother Ne retrieved from the old gun shop.  Assembling a model for this new recruit was quite simple.  Put Necromunda Redemption mode on base, add a plastic belt pouch to rear of model, and voila!

I will need to hire another Rank & File model in order to hire a third Specialist.  I don't yet have the barter script to do this, but in anticipation of this, I assembled another cultist.  I ran out of suitable plastic cultist bodies, so I used a body from the Frostgrave soldier sprue.  The arms come from the  North Star cultist sci-fi weapons kit (I removed the original gun), and the assault rifle was made by Anvil Industries.  

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Thanks.

Because of all the windows there's not enough places where a model can be placed completely out of sight.  To remedy this I am going to paint some boards to put over some of the windows.  This will break up some of the grey stone on the buildings and make it easier for models to move about the board.

 

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18 hours ago, Koyote said:

Thanks.

Because of all the windows there's not enough places where a model can be placed completely out of sight.  To remedy this I am going to paint some boards to put over some of the windows.  This will break up some of the grey stone on the buildings and make it easier for models to move about the board.

 

I just ordered some 3 scrap walls and 6 sheet metal barricades from Crooked Dice Miniatures.  This should give us even more places to hide our minis.

Mine won't be painted this well, but I think I will use them to add a bit more color to my board.

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I spent some time this weekend working on my terrain.  First, I finished my Dormant Ordnance markers and my Zombie Nest.  I haven't decided if I'm going to add clumps of grass to the nests.

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Below is my progress on operation Block Line of Sight.  I printed the signs on normal printer paper, glued them in place, and hit them with some Agrax to 'dirty them up' -easy peasy.

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