Have you heard of the Forbidden Psalm!? And if so why don’t you play it!? That’s the kind of game right down my alley if you’d ask. Go check their stuff there https://www.forbiddenpsalm.com/forbidden-psalm, then tell me what you think of it!
The game is grim, funny and deadly! Great narrative, agnostic system, and what I love the most, encounters of errant monsters!
Long time since I posted anything here…I guess there’s times like these. Anyway, I’m rethinking a bit about articles, and since painting is my main activity, I sometimes lack motivation to write about everything who fall under the brushes. So from now on I’m going to talk here mainly about personal projects.
Back to what it’s all about, minis! I’ve achieve a fair amount of an oldschool army, but in between I managed to squeeze some nice additions to the Project Dungeons.
There’s much more out of the family picture, but I’m gonna start with these! If you want to see other tuff, you’ll have to stay with us for a while…
So, with this one it would be TWELVE! Last one of the vikings factions… is actually the vikings themselves!
A scruffy ruffians crew, selected among the beautiful Foundry range. Those minis are a delight to put in colors, and even if they’re more heroic than historically accurate, they set a wonderful vision on the board.
Damn that’s a lot of horses! That’s what’s happening when you got too many equipment options…
With only one faction left, this score the eleventh of this age armies. The versatile Welsh, which can play both mounted and foot troops, is now ready for battle.
Browns reds and yellows, with a pinch of blue here and there. With this much factions, it’s becoming quite difficult to find new simple colors combination. The shields patterns refer to the faction dice, with the dragon being reported on the banner. Vivid green on the bases always offer achieve a nice contrast at the end.