Rigg's Shrine


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Post Thu Jun 28, 2018 9:49 am

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Wow! That looks stunning and most appropriately south American. Can't wait to see it. Are we going to have an assembled shrine with jungle for the pre-amble, then move to the split shrine in later scenarios? I can imagine a significant amount of the table will be taken up with the building once it's laid out in floors.
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Post Thu Jun 28, 2018 6:04 pm

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Cheers bud - funnily enough it's Hirst Arts' Egyptian moulds I've been using but they might as well have been designed straight from the illustrations of the shrine in the Citadel Compendium!

We'll definitely have the shrine assembled to start with - if only for photos and that. I'm kind of hoping I can appropriate a smaller table or some trestles so we can have each floor of the shrine laid out for gaming with out taking up too much of the jungle table. It'll take a bit of dismantling and there's a fair bit of furniture to be laid out in the rooms so might be better to have it all laid ready for the game after all? I'll work something out on the Friday of Boyl so no worries :)
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Post Fri Jun 29, 2018 12:18 pm

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The Shrine is looking really great!
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Post Fri Jun 29, 2018 12:34 pm

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Hi Thantsants

Can we discuss terrain at some point. I can provide enough jungle to fill a 4'x8' table, it's pretty much all individually based aquarium foliage with a few bigger palm trees, including quite a lot of elephant grass stuff which might look good on the water's edge. I've also got two large arches, a 12' diameter circular platform and a few odds and sods - altars, carved stones etc. Could you let me know what you need as I'd rather leave it at home if it's not required.
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Post Tue Jul 03, 2018 9:10 pm

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Cheers Pygmy - getting there!

Scalene - I'm very appreciative of your offer. I reckon we can use whatever you can bring mate but don't overburden yourself. I think the foliage, elephant grass and palm trees would be most useful if you're a pushed for space or it's a pain to bring the lot.
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Post Wed Jul 04, 2018 10:57 am

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OK, cool. Fortunately they are also the most compact.
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Post Sun Jul 08, 2018 2:55 pm

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Harry wrote:I have cracked on with some Norse over the weekend.
I think I will have a decent Norse mercenary contingent.
Aiming for 100 Norse Warriors:
16 Warriors Hand Weapon and shield
16 warriors Hand weapon Light armor and shield
16 warriors Spear and shield
16 Warriors double Handed Weapon Light armor
16 Berserkers
10 Ulfwerenar
10 Archers
Should be around 1000pts
Plus the longship and crew already done.

...but only around half as many Amazons


Cool, 8-)

OK, totting up the Amazons and female pilgrims, I've the following:-
32 Amazon archers
12 Amazon packing pistols( type to be determined).
24 Berserkers
24 mixture of Amazons & pilgrims
12 pilgrim horsewomen
10 pilgrim staff-slingers
2 giantesses
2 pilgrim chariots
1 amazon princess on a horse
6 novices
3 magicians
3 amazon heroin
20 amazon guard
20 pilgrim 2HCW
20 pilgrim h.weapons & shields

All painted, based and ready to go, plus anything else I get done between now and then :lol: :lol: :lol:

Down to you Steve?

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Post Mon Jul 09, 2018 6:45 am

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Well we 'aint going to be wanting for Amazons and Norse! Well done lads!

I'll be bringing a smattering of Amazons, Slann, Lizardmen, Sven and his comrades, Kremlo, his brothers and the rest of that set along with various jungle nasties and monsters. If I get time I'll endeavour to paint more Slann as they don't seem as well represented? Probably going to be mainly getting the shrine ready though so don't hold your breath ;) My lot will either be Gm controlled, available for folk to turn up on the day and join in with or perhaps even as objectives for you lot.

If everyone else who's coming could list what they've got if you haven't done so already that'd be great - pm or on here is fine. Be good to have an idea of who I'm gm'ing for so I can give everyone a good game.
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Post Mon Jul 09, 2018 6:48 am

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I have slann, do you want lizardmen as well?

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Post Mon Jul 09, 2018 7:30 am

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Another productive weekend on the shrine - just a roof and the two towers to go on the back of the shrine and it's painting time!

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