Beggars King: Part One

So here at the painting tower I am trying desperately to hack away at a pile of Relics models by Tor Gaming.

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And this is just some off them.

If you haven’t seen the game Relics yet, it is well worth a look a reasonably simple set of mechanics drive the game forward in a reasonable pace, the games are quite small and don’t require a remortgage to get a fair sized force together which is always a plus point.

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The above is a work in progress Sol, I suppose the only way of describing it would be a slightly demented evil fairy. The studio versions of the Vaetir are what drew me to this faction and they are lovely looking models, although they can be a bit fiddly to assemble and pinning is recommended (a process I have yet to master), or ensure you have a supply of repair glue, I have thoroughly enjoyed getting this model ready for the painting challenge on the Tor Games Facebook fan page.

What makes this game different, is that there isn’t a target number for the ‘to hit’ roll, all you need to do is roll a double,and that’s a hit. You can increase your chances of getting a double by ganging up on your opponents model but there are limits in place.

So at the moment I have about 403 points worth of Orcnar forces, which are a bit of a ‘hitty’ team, slightly handicapped by a very low command range (models within command range can be used as you wish outside of the command range there are some limitations), to counter this I intend to get some more command models, and possibly some units that don’t require the command radius.

 

Now while I don’t have Marks analytical ability for devising crazy plans, Relics lends itself to a more balanced play style rather than the uber stompy power lists of other games, so for a commander I have a Niwian who has a four inch command radius so nearly all my units are going to be centered around her, quea looking longingly at a Beorn model.

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An on an off gamer for twenty years, but in the last few years has spun away from his favourite Dark Angels and is loving the new found versatility and variety in the miniature universe

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