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Huntsville, AL Henchmen F3ARmonger, tthp2009, and Dream_weaver will be at GMX in Nashville showing everyone the amazingness that is MALIFAUX! Our local game store https://www.facebook.com/foundrygaming is nice enough to let us go on a road trip with them! Here is the event info: http://www.geekmediaexpo.com/?n=exhibits We will be in the dealer room / game room! If you are there for the weekend please stop by we would like to meet all players and henchmen. And if you have never played before this is a great time to get a demo and hang out. We look forward to seeing you all out there. COME OUT AND CHEAT SOME FATE!
I edited this post to link directly to the different models finished state. Colette DuBois - Finished Mechanical Doves - Finished or Here Cassandra - Finished Angelica - Finished Performer and Mannequin 1 - Finished Performer and Mannequin 2 - Finished Coryphee - Not Finished Gunsmith - Not Finished Not Wyrd. Mad Scientist Female Female Huckster Dancing on Table The Luggage Sister of Battle Heavy Flamer Test Stage - Not Finished Stage Battlefield - Not Finished --// Original Post //-- I got introduced to Malifaux a couple of weeks ago and played around and trying some factions and masters until I started with Colette Du Bois and won the game without losing or killing a model. I had found the Master I liked. I ordered them and started planing what I wanted to do with them. But I already had the answer. A stage battlefield that could be used as a diorama, something like a western bar but somewhat more classy. But I knew that would be a bit to hard without preparation and tests. So I waited for my little pretties. When they came I was somewhat disappointed that Coryphèe and Angelica wasn't in it. But pretty much the rest were including a victorian woman scientist to be my gunsmith. Enough to start on a test stage. Good enough to start. So after rummaging around I discovered some scrap wood from previous projects and started. A tube of Pringles helped to archive the general shape of the test. I had bought some magnetic bases for ease of travel and use. The obvious way to utilize them was to add metal rods usually used to secure plants. After some gluing they were in place. and I tried it with the bases. All good so far. Then I tried it with the single use cutlery I was going to use as wooden boards. And I found a problem. The magnets no longer worked. Damn. Writing this up as a failure on the magnets parts I stuck them to the lamp and temporary worked as a floor installer with a bearded friend looking creepily at me down at the local gaming den. He disconcerted me enough so I forgot to take pictures. Alright, fine. We talked and had too much fun discussing things I forgot to take one before I put them beneath a weight consisting of a map, world society and the cartoon Bone. I made the bases while Bone helped with the floor drying. To the Right you see tombstones that shall be used as corpse tokens. I show pictures of them later. Hmm. There appears to be a image upload limit. I'll continue my rant after this intermission.