Friend and I are planning on some KoW using paper minis. Naturally, we are going Undead and Elf using the old OneMonk armies. Anyone have any other favorite paper models for units of 20+? Any historical paper minis for similar?
Sanity Studios had their Human army core units supplemented by OM Arthur's Knights for their cavalry.
Permes has Persians, Macedonians, Hoplites and Pirates. I'm sure there are more.
In my KoW games I found that the most important unit was the movement tray; my brother and I used them for holding minis, of course, but left a few out at the backs of the units to hold dice, status markers, and other little reminders.
Post by Mike H "Chugosh" on Apr 27, 2014 6:39:05 GMT -9
I got a hold of the Kings of War rules because they were free, but I like them because they are concise and easy to run, and the way they can run with a chess clock has a certain charm. I enjoyed my armies of Elves, Undead and Dwarves.
As for a Sisterhood set, I cannot think of anything to fit the bill, but I can see many of the artists here doing it fantastically.
Post by wildagreenbough on Apr 27, 2014 19:01:11 GMT -9
Not really VK, but thanks for the thought. I think I'll have a go at making my own, but when I did a little search on female paladins/clerics I was disappointed to see too much of the 'yes-I'm-a-holy-woman-warrior-but-I've-taken-most-of-my-clothes-off' school of artwork on display. I did find some nice sketches though which I'm going to use as a guide. Because I'm not much of a natural artist I need something to guide me with regard to proportions and the like, but I don't want to rip-off anybody's original artwork in the process.
Just roll the darn dice. Pixel pusher and proud of it.
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