Wreck Age: Seed Bank Drifters

This is the other half of the Wreck Age Seed Bank starter box.

Drifter with crossbow

The Drifters are nomads, moving around to take what they need. Not quite full-on Mad Max raiders, but at least a few steps in that direction.

Drifter with rifle and cool hat

This lets them have cool cobbled together armor like this guy here.

Drifter with machete

I chose greens and burgundy as the primary colors for the drifters, along with khaki and metals as needed.

Best Drifter ever

This guy may be what sold me on the set. Awesome hair, face mask, and riot shield. I’m not quite as sold on the spear, but you can’t win ’em all.

Drifter with shotgun

And every group needs an old guy with a leather helmet.

Seed Bank Drifters

Wreck Age: Seed Bank Stakers

One of my impulse purchases at Adepticon this year was Wreck Age’s new Seed Bank two-player starter. $60 buys you two five-model crews, a mini rulebook, and a bit of terrain. A pretty good value all around.

Staker with rifle

It took some time, but I finally got around to painting it up, starting with the Stakers.

Staker with shotgun

The Stakers are the homesteaders in the dystopian future of Wreck Age. They’re just trying to settle down and build a community.

Staker Medic

The package is a great value, although some of the detail is a bit muddy.

Staker with pickaxe

The Wreck Age game itself seems to be a hybrid between a RPG and a wargame. The rulebook even suggests having a narrator / GM. That makes it a bit hard to fit into my game schedule.

Staker with sniper rifle
Seed Bank Stakers

Resurrectionsts: Rogue Necromancy

Even though Wyrd has announced a special fishy edition of the Rogue Necromancy, I’m still happy with my classic version.

Rogue Necromancy

It’s actually a somewhat difficult model, as you need to figure out what everything is, and make them different without being too loud about it. As usual, I use metals for the stitching. Even though it’s not very realistic, I like how it exaggerates the stitches without drawing too much attention to itself.

I’ll probably still get the fishy version to play with my pirate Molly. Maybe this one will get more play with McMourning.