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Soldiers of Rome

Soldiers of Rome

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Project Blog by torros Cult of Games Member

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About the Project

Just a quick project that involves nearly no painting whatsoever

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Got distracted. Still building

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So haven’t touched these in a while. I think I built too many too quickly and got overwhelmed by the amount sitting on the painting desk  but just  recently I have started to get Agrax on the edges of everything I’ve put together so far and even did a bit of basing to see how they looked

I’m quite happy with the way they turned out

Got distracted.  Still building

Finishing them off

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Tried giving tbe edges a wash in Agrax like someone on the Wofun Facebook page suggested.  I think it does improve them and will continue

Finishing them off

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So I don’t really like painting.  I see it as a necessary evil and any opportunity not to have to do any is  a positive bonus

Some years ago I came across paper miniatures. They seemed offer everything I wanted which meant dirt cheap and no painting involved.

Go forward a few years and  https://wofun-games.com/ came on the scene and I knew I had found the promised land. Lovely Peter Denis drawn miniatures and embedded in plexiglass  to make them more sturdy.

 

So in a moment of madness I ordered the Soldiers of Rome rulebook and a 200pt Roman and Ancient British armies.  Several days later they arrived in  a very funky black box filled to the brim with lovely things

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All the figures which are 18mm come on plexi glass sheets which are ready to be punched out and also included are some mdf bases

 

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I also found this picture of a little funky car and caravan as well which I thought you’d all like to see

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So to wrap up here’s a  small selection of what came in the box so far. I’m going to be putting maybe a wash on the bare plastic and do something  with the bases but that’s for next time

One final thought

Cost of 2 armies €164

Saving on my sanity  Priceless

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