A recent Kickstarter for a travel gaming module caught my attention, particularly because of the looming D&D game. I have a couple of "game in a box" set ups, and I am looking forward to adding a traveling rpg set up. With this module gridded in half-inch squares, I thought that it would work well with the 1/72 scale adventurers from Caesar.
I've painted a few of these figures previously, and based them for Hordes of the Things, in support of Norman's Myboria project. These are going to go on 1/2" square bases with magnet bottoms. It occurred to me that I could probably find room in the box for enough of these figures to form a couple of warbands for Song of Blades and Heroes. In any case, there are about a dozen poses in the Caesar box, so I washed a set, and added a half dozen Elves for good measure.
The figure below is another Kickstarter acquisition from last year. As long as we're working on Song of Blades and Heroes, and post-apocalyptic figures seem to be appearing in my mailbox, I thought that I might do some warbands for the Song post-apocalyptic variant, Mutants and Deathray Guns. She's figure number three, so there is some work left to do.
Today, I also finished rebasing all of my previously painted Airfix Robin Hood and Sheriff of Nottingham figures for use with Myboria. This process has been languishing for a couple of months, so I'm glad to have that finished and behind me. Now I need to cut and glue the magnet lining into some storage boxes for these troops.
I have a Song of Blades and Heroes session with the Reaper 28s schedule for Saturday, so I shall hope to have a battle report, or at least a few pictures, up shortly after that.