Dungeon Saga: The Greenskins, the last of the lot!

These minis have been giving me nasty looks for some time now, being the only miniatures from the Dungeon Saga kickstarter shipment that I for some reason did not manage to finish way back when I did the rest of them.

And I remembered why shortly after starting on this lot…. I found them rather tedious to do. Which might have something to do with there being rather a lot of them, three sets in all, this in addition to the set from the Bobbybox I painted last year.

Luckily, I had at some earlier point finished off the warlord himself, plus all the mawbeasts and orclings so was left were the trolls, orcs and goblins…. 21 minis in all.

 

The armoured trolls. As if they have the brain power to successfully wield two weapons at once.

 

Orc Moraxes. (’cause they’ve got more axe, see?)    This mini and its goblin counterpart are perhaps the worst offenders in the “not centered on the base” category. But I could not be bothered with cutting them off and placing them properly. Too much work and possibility to damage something. The plastic these minis are made of is really hard and difficult to cut.

 

Orc Greataxes. So where are the Smallaxes, then?

 

Orc Skulks. (Because skulking around the back with missile weapons is not proper behaviour for orcs.)

 

The goblin that is not sure whether it’s base is safe to tread on or not…

 

Goblin spearmen. (Are they called Stikkas, or is that oldhammer lingo?)

 

Goblin Spitters. On account of them spitting arrows.

 

Gah. no more Dungeon Saga! It’s all done! Woot!

 

 

 

 

 

 

…Wait what, ALL the Dungeon Furniture? And Doors? Still not even primed? “%¤”%”¤%%!!!

 

 

 

Dungeon Saga Greenskins

From Dungeon Saga: The Warlord of Galahir Expansion.

made by Mantic, 2016

Rigid PVC board game plastic

25mm and 50mm bases

 

Painted so far this year:   (Miniatures:  54 /365 goal // scenery and terrain: 10)

January: 30

February: 24   //  10

 

One thought on “Dungeon Saga: The Greenskins, the last of the lot!

  1. I really do admire the way that you manage to get through all of these boardgame models. I need to focus (someday) and do the same so we can actually play some of the boardgames I’ve accumulated in the past few years…

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