Wyrd traditionally releases a limited edition gender-swapped ‘Miss’ model at Gencon. Usually this takes a male character and reimagines it as a female with a clever name like Miss Deed or Miss Feasance. For 2018, they went the opposite way and made this male Shikome. Since I painted up Kirai, it’s finally time to put him together.
I quite like the giant wings, though I wish they rested a bit more evenly on the base (or maybe I didn’t quite align them correctly).
This year’s Wyrd Easter models are actually delayed from 2020. But better late than never!
The Eggapult is an alt Pigapult. How is it an Eggapult when the rabbit is in the slingshot? Don’t ask so many questions.
Like many of the alts in recent years, these models metal. The posts of the slingshot are separate pieces from the base, and it was a pain to get everything lined up. A little green stuff in the joint on the base went a long way.
The set also came with this single alt Stuffed Piglet. It’s rare that you’d just take one, but I dig the theme regardless.
In most recent years, Wyrd has released a nightmare crew at Gencon, then an extra model in the same theme in Black Friday. This year, that’s Mad Cap, an alternate Metal Golem in the Malifaux 1988 theme.
This model was in softer plastic than most Malifaux, and sold pre-assembled. I believe it’s the same material as The Other Side. It’s not my favorite material, though it’s nicer than some PVC models.