I dig the original endless spells box (though have only painted up one from it). With a scheduled game for AoS 3rd, I finally had an excuse to get the Fyreslayers one.
The Molten Infernoth has been tempting me from the shop ever since its release. What miniature collection doesn’t need a lava monster? This guy could fit into just about any kind of game. Well, anything except a historical, I guess.
The Fyrewall is somewhat less a universally useful model. But it’s still fun.
I don’t like this sculpt too much. The gloppy lava might work in motion, but I don’t think it works well as a tabletop model. It doesn’t help that my paint ended up so dark.
A friend recently suggested we give Age of Sigmar 3rd edition a go. That was all the excuse I needed to pick up and paint some of the Fyreslayers stuff that had passed me by, starting with the Magmic Battleforge.
This model is sometimes called the pizza oven, which is apt. But it’s still a nice bit of dwarven architecture. I especially like the dent above the righthand eyebrow.
I magnetized the flames, so I could pull it out to represent the once-per-battle ability being used.
This Battlesmith is the last of my backlogged painted Fyreslayers. I shook things up a bit by making his mohawk the red I use as an accent elsewhere, and a silver helm.
The Age of Sigmar escalation league I was participating in collapsed, so this is the last of the Sigmar models I’ve painted. I do have enough on sprue to get to a full (if suboptimal) 2000 points. I hope to return to finish it off sometime.