On Saturday we played a three-player game, and then followed up with two four-player games (Uneasy Alliances and A Convergence of Fate).
Here are some images:
Game two setup
4 player games
I'd seen the GW blog post prior to WHF that said they'd be selling these OOP ruins again. I'd missed them first time around as Hobbit/LotR happened during my twelve year break from tabletop gaming.
The ruins were packaged in a plastic zip locked bag rather than the cardboard box.
It was the price tag that made it an instant purchase - £18.
This was a painted on Saturday afternoon. I made a mistake during the process by picking up the wrong paint to use. It was only the following
The basecoat is down on Colin Dent the Colossal Squig.
Orange seemed like a good idea at the time...only now do I realise what I've got myself into. This will be my first attempt at shading down darkened areas to bring out the orange in a more natural way.
I will also be using a recent tutorial I found for blood effects in and around the mouth area.
Another friendly multiplayer day. This time it was three of us playing - Stormcast, Tzeentch and Nurgle. We used the Triumph and Treachery rules for the first time. Battleplan was holding the centre of the board - blood and glory, I think.
We played without battleline restrictions.
Here are some photos from the day. Next time I'll make notes and write a full battle report.