|Pinning all over the place.|
As you can see, there's been pinning-a-plenty of late. In preparation for Paint the Target (not yet, later still) I pinned the errant arm back on the Manhuntress. Judging by how she performed today I should have done this long ago. Aiyana and Holt got the treatment, though only Holt needed pinning. Having read a thread on the PP forums about mercs and Valachev, someone mentioned using those three together. It seems like a toolboxy combo that will make A+H more flexible while allowing me to get another Greylord on the table. You can never have enough Frostbite. (All this Greylord love makes me think I should hop on the Zerkova train sooner than I've been intending.)
|Only had to pin Torch's grenade launchers here.|
- Forces of Khador/Menoth/Trollbloods/Mercenaries
- Primal mk. 2 and the mini Warmachine rule book
- The Passage.
- The two player box
- Trollbloods starter box
- Old Witch + Scrapjack
- Torch upgrade kit
Now, Paint the Target. This month it's a female model, of which I have many options. First up is the Manhuntress, who has been semi-painted for at least a year. A pSorscha is next and while it would make the most sense to just finish the one I started, I may well do up the plastic one instead. Also viable options are the WGI UA (the commander is female), the Widowmakers (ditto commander), Aiyana and Holt, and eSorscha, listed in order of likeliness. Realistically I'm going to aim for the Manhuntress and the WGI UA since these see the most table time. If I get those three done, plus Ivan, I'd be just four models away from having the list I ran today be fully painted (Koldun Lord, Kovnik Joe, War Dog, Greylord Escort for those playing at home). Granted one of those models (Kodiak) I got from EV already painted when I bought in a year and a half ago, but despite that I'm awful close. It's a nice feeling to have the finish line in sight, and I imagine it will be nicer still to cross that line. Perhaps then I'll try and rearrange my work schedule so I can get some games in at a local store.