I’m a well-documented sucker for limited models. So when Lupa became available, I had to have her. I used a combination of the red-violets of my Legio XIII and greens of some of my Zephyri so she’ll fit in with either. Arena Rex’s fluid faction system means it doesn’t really matter, but I’m not one to find clever combos.
This hammer, in resin with two contact points, is pretty much my nightmare, trying to keep things lined up and straight. At least it isn’t as painful as some of the spears.
Continuing to build out, Ywain joins the ranks. I kept the red violet color for most of the color, with a bit of the reds I used for boots on my Bolt Action models.
YwainThe model comes with a cloak, but I decided that a lot of the Legio XIII had cloaks, so I’d let Ywain leave it behind. Hopefully I can use it for an interesting conversion somewhere down the line, although Arena Rex models are slightly larger scale than most.
I love love love the models for Arena Rex. I don’t get the play the game much, and frankly some of the models are finicky enough to make for bad game pieces. But they’re so beautiful I can’t help myself.
Aquila really highlights the Roman qualities of Legio XIII. After using the red-purples on Dark Carnival, I thought it would work well here as a slightly muted, older looking red.
Ban-Luca fortunately had a metal spear, so I didn’t have to deal with the droopy resin spear of some Arena Rex models. It was still difficult to line up.
Gaius has more earthy feel, and gets a skin tone to match. I’m not sure I’m happy with the vines on his leg, but the rest turned out well enough.
This gets me nearly to three playable factions (Zephyri, Gorgons, and Legio XIII). I should probably put some down in front of somebody and demand they play with me.