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  1. So, it's not a fluke, I've owned Yasanori multiple times now with a single Convict Gunslinger and the Return Fire upgrade. Just and handful of useless Crows and kept triggering Trigger Happy and for every swing on me, whether hit or miss, was two swings back, and once my activation came around, Rapid Fire (no discard thanks to Howling Wolf Tattoo visability), and wrecked the oni horseman. It's such a good counter, even thought it usually leaves a single wound left on the Convict Gunslinger, trading 7+1 SS for 13+whatever upgrade in SS is still a win. The funny part is when the opponent gets hot about "cheap tactic" and "broken combo". You're using Yasanori! I don't want to hear about questionable builds from the likes of you. Anyone else get similar results with this build or am I just lucking out every time?
  2. My critter for round 5 is a Large Arachnid staring down a Convict Gunslinger in some deserted alleyway.
  3. From the album: Charnel's puppets

    © Painted by me, for me.

  4. From the album: Charnel's puppets

    © Painted by me, for me.

  5. Hello, reader. These past two days I've recieved my first Malifaux figures. I've been reading about the game for months and some people at the game club have started playing the game already but only now have I been able to start myself. I've been wargaming for about five years, starting with WH40k but never actually progressing past building and converting figures and vehicles (Orks, what else!). I never really enjoyed the game nor painting for the scale, but quickly moved on to Flames of War, a 15mm WWII game where I've painted a handful of armies (and am enjoying the game a whole lot). Tomorrow will be my first game of Malifaux so I've been rushing to get my figures cleaned up and mounted. Being that I can hardly never build anything straight out of the box without adding, reshaping or kitbashing stuff I brought out the green stuff to fix some things I didn't like about these sculpts as well as adding a poncho flapping in the wind for the Convict Gunslinger. I chose the Alternative Viktorias sculpts, partly because they are great looking but also because the starter box was not very appealing to me. You will notice I added some greenstuff because I didn't care much for some of the fan service. The separated boobs on Bounty Hunter Viktoria looked silly to me so I bridged them together. Swordmistress Viktoria rubbed me the wrong way even more with the very low pants that looked like they would fall off if she started running and whirlwinding, and the vest appearing open without a bra seemed to defy physics so much that I bridged it together as well. I think these sculpts are awesome otherwise, and now I'm very very pleased with them. The Ronin with the revolver had a rather bad looking sword which I understand is a common issue with this sculpt. I managed to trim and shape it into a decent looking japanese sword and I'm liking this figure a lot. The Ronin who is about to draw her blade had a way too big cleavage for me. I added some more clothes to cover it up and make her look more ready to actually fight without her boobs falling out of her loose fitting clothes. The Convict Gunslinger was my biggest undertaking. I've never sculpted anything this substantial before and I don't know how it is going to work out in the end. I wanted to sculpt the poncho much like Clint Eastwood's character in the Dollars trilogy, slung over the shoulder. After four failed attempts I decided to just have him wear it plain and boring. By accident I bent the lower front half of the poncho and it looked like it was dancing in the wind. I quickly adjusted the back, shoulder and neck parts of the poncho to get that windy look. I'm probably going to paint it up with yellows, oranges and dirty whites to get that bandito thing going. I'm already imagining the Gunslinger having a thing for the Ronin with the dreads. She will of course never acknowledge his verbal advances. A man can dream.. In the future I really can see the male Desperate Mercenary going on a job with these wild warrior women going "You women are maniacs. I'm outahere!" by turn three. We will see later in this thread how an inevitable expansion of my collection of mercenaries will plan out. Looking forward to painting these figures up and will be posting more as that happens!
  6. God evening my fellow lads, lassies and living impaired! A wargamer for some years, I have started with Malifaux and it is smashing! With only about 6-7 games under the spats and I am in, hook line and sinker. I choose everyone's favourite dandy serial-killer, love how tough the bastard is. The alternative model screams evil dead and I am afraid that my painting skill are no contender for this sculpt, none the less it was fun to paint. In retrospect the hat should have been blue. The avatar is dripping with character and was one of the most interesting painting experience I have had, for a long time( painted a lot of warjacks not going to lie). I realised that the watch is no longer attached. Convict gunslinger “aka Bartholomew” was the model which attracted me to the game. The downtrodden end of the line feel of the models is great. Mange to paint some tattoos( tried for an Victorian era sailor colour of dark green) but I don't think they turned out to well. And for the ladies! Mortimer is a dapper chap. A dedicated man working close to the management but not squeamish about doing garden work and dirtying his hands with some good old fashioned work. Harlots and Punks to come. And I apologise for the bad photographs, i it is not my cup of coffe.
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