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Frostgrave: Post Covid Gaming

Frostgrave: Post Covid Gaming

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The Bestiary

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Frostgrave is a game that usually requires some sort of monster for each scenario to act as an extra foil for the opposing players. There’s also a random wandering monster table though using it is technically an optional rule. Second edition’s core book comes with twice the number of scenarios and while there is nothing wrong with a proxy here or there, I’d really like to get as many as possible painted and available for use. Time to raid the unpainted pile of plastic.

I have a fair number of the monsters already – some still in packaging and some glued onto plain bases. Only a few are actually painted. I’ve told myself that if I get everything painted, then I can justify buying anything else I need.

The Bestiary

I spent an afternoon this week cleaning everyone up, sticking them on bases, using Milliput as needed and then putting some bird sand down for texture. If I was really going for it, I’d have picked up a roller or carved some cobblestones or something.

Don’t let perfect be the enemy of done.

I’ll batch prime them all with Wraithbone and then the fun begins…

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Hi Ninjilly, I’m following your progress with interest as I need to do something similar for a Frostgrave project I started at Christmas. A quick question, in the top right of the left hand tray shown in this entry you have what looks like a work emerging from the ground. Is that going to be one of the sewer worms mentioned in the book? If so, it looks like a great miniature for that purpose. Do you mind telling me where it came from?

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