|Why I'm not as productive as I used to be|
These are Reaper zombies. They come three to a pack. I really liked the looks of them, particularly the female model. Her back foot has come off and she's pitching forward. The zombie in the middle is ripped across the midsection and his spine has popped out his back. I can empathize with that, sitting in an office chair all day.
Next up is a Reaper ghoul from the Warlord line.
I have a vampire leading my undead warband. I wanted to show the vampire's traditional hold over wolves, bats, and vermin in my list. So here are a few additions to reflect that.
So that was all I got done this week. I was glad to complete the undead warband, and put these guys on the table tonight for a play test. I actually wrangled my son into pushing the models around for a bit, which was a nice change of pace from solo gaming SBH. He played Dwarfs, which are insanely over-powered in SBH. At least I think they are.
I learned that painting up zombies was a waste of time. At Q6+ they never activate. Mine just stood at the starting line and never moved. Though, for 7pts each, they are a cheap way to keep your army from breaking. Just hide them out of sight and never activate them. Cheesy? Why I agree! The rest of my undead flew around causing terror that the dwarfs laughed off. Then all my guys died for real this time.
We played a Legions of Middle Earth scenario, Seize the Prize, which worked great in this format. My rat swarms actually unearthed the prize and got it off the board. So it was a minor victory for the Undead. I'll have to re-think this list, or stop playing against dwarfs! Anyway, that's all for now.