So I played some Frostgrave at long last with pal and every-other-weekly gaming companion Buzz. I think it went well; we were definitely going faster at the end than at the beginning. I can still see that I have a lot to learn, but I think I was already starting to get the hang of it.
|Table setup. It is a bit mismatched at the moment and not at all snowy, but as I develop|
more actually Frostgrave-y terrain, the other stuff will fade out. The base is a set of
Wilkinson's vinyl floor tiles I got at a car boot sale for like £3.
|Two archers, an infantryman and the Necromancer prepare to cross the frozen river on the left flank.|
|Meanwhile, the apprentice, accompanied by a brave man-at-arms, a hapless thug|
and a trusty giant centipede (warhound), makes his way across on the right flank.
|There be traysure in them thar ruins!|
|Why do these strange lights burn atop this ceremonial dais?|
I'm gonna repaint the green bits in a more Frostgrave-appropriate colour.
|Contact with the enemy, in the traditional form of a brutal slugfest.|
|This charming but gigantic Reaper Bones bugbear is going to be a Snow Troll.|