Keeping Up With the Carpathians

With two gothic horror vampire themed gaming opportunites due later this year, I figured that I would would play dolls house with my stuff in anticipation, and take some goofy photos… just to get the blood flowing.

Click me…

7TV Dracula promises some heavily themed, genre-savvy, fourth-wall smashing games…

You cannot resist my power…

…and The Carpathians: Castle Fier is a Silver Bayonet expansion that will put some UV-sensitive, blood-sensitive, generally-over-sensitive types in the path of Napoleonic BPRD style special forces.

[INSERT JOKE CARPET INSERT JOKE]

There is something very satisfying about setting up miniatures and little bits of furniture and (poorly) photographing them. Even better is using a really cleverly designed set of boxes to stand the little scamps around in.

Click me! Click me like never before, you mad, lovesick fool!

I had not come across the Tenfold Dungeon range before a couple of weeks ago. It is intended for primary use with role playing games, but I am hopeful that The Castle set above will work for some of the scenarios due in both of the above releases.
The 20 second video below explains how it works nice and quickly.

I couldn’t resist taking these photos with a Vlad & Izzy and a few bits of Mantic Terrain Crate furniture. That is because in another dimension, not very far removed from this one, I spent my life mucking around with dolls houses, rather than toy soldiers and Star Wars figure.

And no, this isn’t a shill. I paid for the set above (and a few more) and think that it is great. I’m itching to play a game or ten on it.

Vlad was so proud of his Sword of Unholy Power that he often took it out and waved it around in the drawing room.

Vlad and Isabella Von Carstein

Isabella and Vlad en route to the Kislev opera.

Interview With the Vampire (1994) +
Warhammer Fantasy Battle (4th edition, 1992) +
The Addams Family (1991) +
Married With Children (1987 – 1997) =
Dark, ostentatious majesty / camp, sit-com horror =
Ultimate 1990s =
Two of my favourite GW miniatures, now finally painted, 29 years later.

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Warhammer Underworlds: Grymwatch

Some degenerate cannibals, to hang out in front of other, less cool degenerate cannibals.

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Rangers of Shadow Deep Lucky Dip

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I’m prepping for some Rangers of Shadowdeep games, working on a range of bits and pieces from all sorts of sources.

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Thorns of the Briar Queen

Painting the Sepulchral Guard was fun, so I got stuck into another undead Underworlds warband immediately afterwards.

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Sepulchral Guard

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Seven skeletons painted primarily for Warhammer Underworlds, but really to be used in any game where I want to get my Harryhausen on.

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