Lords Of War Games in Oakville is running another Malifaux event this fall and I've decided to take another vote on what crew to paint to play in the campaign.
This will be part of a global campaign called Nythera played both as Malifaux and Through The Breach games.
It looks like I'm going to run Through The Breach games but I'm going to use more Malifaux games as an excuse to paint another new crew. So once again in the spirit of Malifaux I have decided to let the fates (that's you people....you're the fates) decide what I'll be playing painting in the game. I've narrowed my choices down to three crews, you can vote in the comments section below or through the comments on my Facebook page and same as last time which ever crew gets the most votes wins and I will paint it and use it for the entirety of the campaign. Voting starts now and closes at noon on Friday August 28th.
The three choices this time out are:
The Relic Hunters-Guild
The Relic Hunters narrowly lost out last time around but they are still awesome looking models that I will get around to painting at some point. Thematically having a character who reminds us all of Indiana Jones leading an exploration mission would be pretty cool. The big plus side with The Relic Hunters is that I already own the figures so I wouldn't have to buy anything (so maybe don't vote for this Chris & Jay) and one of them is even already painted! The downside for me is that I already own the figures so it doesn't give me an excuse to pick up more figures.
I've started collecting some Neverborn models to play Defence Of Innocence with later on and it occurred to me a few weeks ago that if I just got a master I would also have a workable force. Jakob Lynch is a degenerate gambler who sells not only his soul but the souls of others for one more chance to come out ahead in Malifaux. I'll be honest that I know next to nothing about the rules for this crew but they look cool and isn't that what really matters?
Shadows Of Redchapel-Resurrectionists
The original metals of these figures are what I started with when I originally got into Malifaux. In a world filled with supernatural monsters and horrors from beyond space and time Seamus stands alone as the thing most citizens of Malifaux are terrified of. Playing a force led by Seamus would be like coming home for me and I know the mere idea of him strikes fear into some of the opponents I played in first edition. I had originally decided to stay away from Seamus when 2E came out in the spirit of trying something new but I just can't stay away....
Those are the three choices.
If you follow my blog what do you want to see me paint?
If you're playing in the campaign what do you want to play against?
Do you want me on your side, or do you want my bad luck playing for someone else?
Here we go again!