Sunday, October 22, 2017
Saturday, October 21, 2017
This blog entry acts as a card index for Warhammer Underworlds. There are 437 unique cards in the Shadespire Card Set. Based on the core set and unboxing videos it appears the breakdown of the cards should be:
232 Warband Specific Cards (#001 to #232) - 29 cards for each Warband. There should be 8 Warbands in Shadespire. Each Warband has 9 Specific Objective Cards, 10 Specific Ploy Cards, and 10 Specific Upgrade Cards.
75 Universal Objective Cards (#233 to #307) - Core Set comes with 2 copies of 9 Universal Objective Cards. Each Shadespire expansion has 11 additional Universal Objective Cards.
65 Universal Ploy Cards (#308 to #372) - Core Set comes with 2 copies of 5 Universal Ploy Cards. Each Shadespire expansion has 10 additional Universal Ploy Cards.
65 Universal Upgrade Cards (#373 to #437) - Core Set comes with 2 copies of 5 Universal Upgrade Cards. Each Shadespire expansion has 10 additional Universal Upgrade Cards.
Wednesday, October 18, 2017
Monday, October 16, 2017
Saturday, October 14, 2017
|Some basic building blocks from casting.|
Wednesday, October 4, 2017
|September 2017 Reaper 25th Anniversary Model|
The official end of Summer 2017 and the beginning of Fall 2017! I am several days late in getting this posted, but it does not mean I have slacked off from my miniature/gaming hobby.
What I have been working on:Three of my original goals were: 1) to paint more miniatures to completion; 2) completely transfer my hand-written notes onto the blog and my computer; and 3) Better organize all the miniatures, tools, and gaming components I have collected over the years. I am still painting (slowly!). I have taken a pause to transfer my notes for other priorities. I am, however, making a dent into organizing my unassembled miniatures.
Monday, September 11, 2017
For Rail Rail Raiders Infinite, I have been working on the Double-Dollar coins, determining the best way to remove the miniatures from their bases, and researching what type of base texture to use for this sci-fi western game.
My first goal was to paint the Double-Dollar tokens, the currency and victory condition for winning in the Rail Raiders Infinite game. These coins have a considerable amount of detail that is somewhat hard to distinguish and appreciate in its unpainted form. A simple paint job really brings out the details. The mmber on the coins were painted with a lighter/brighter color compared to the rest of the coin.
|Unpainted and Painted Double-Dollars Tokens|