Get Exclusive Look at Painted Butchers as Guild Ball Rules Go Free

March 9, 2015 by dracs

It’s exciting times for Guild Ball fans as their Kickstarter pledges will be heading out in the next couple of weeks. The teams are currently getting their studio paint jobs and we have been given an exclusive look at how four of the six Butcher’s Team starter line are looking.

Butchers Studio Paint

Here we see the players Shank, Boiler, Ox and Brisket, all painted up and ready to get playing the beautiful game. The studio paint job is a beautiful piece of work on these minis, and really captures a lot of their character. Bloody to the elbows, these players won’t be afraid to wade into the scrum.

Following up after the Butchers, we recently got our first glimpse at the metal models for the Masons Guild.

Masons Guild

The Guild Ball miniatures are among the best metal sculpts I have seen. The Masons definitely keep to the awesome artwork we saw for them previously and I for one can’t wait to see what their studio paint job is like.

If all these minis have you wanting to play a game of Guild Ball then you are in luck as the full rules are now available to download completely free.

Guild Ball Season 1

This includes all of the various tokens and stat cards needed to play the game, as well as printable paper character representations, meaning you have everything you need to play right out the gate.

Paper Characters

Things are really picking up as Guild Ball races towards its release date. As I said, the Kickstarter pledges will be heading out in the next few weeks, with retail going out at the end of the month. This is definitely a game we are looking forward to seeing more of and hope to get a few games of it ourselves.

Are you looking forward to your Guild Ball pledge? What do you think of the studio painted Butchers?

If your store would be interested in stocking Guild Ball, you can contact them at distribution@steamforged.com

"Bloody to the elbows, these players won't be afraid to wade into the scrum."

"The Guild Ball miniatures are among the best metal sculpts I have seen"