I haven’t really gotten into the title cards for Malifaux for whatever reason. Maybe it was just too much new stuff at once, and not enough models to support it.
Albus von Schtook, Stargazer
Von Schtook was my first M3E purchase, back at the pre-release at Adepticon a couple years ago. Plus, who can say no to a zombie telescope stand?
More models need to have a string of sausages trailing off of them.
Wong the Enchanter
Wong has always been more fun than effective for me.
Method to the Madness
The Bokors add much-needed healing in keyword to both
Zoraida and Wong. It’s high time they joined the party.
Gautreaux Bokor (held candle)
These guys come three to a box, but it seems unlikely I’d want to take all three. I tend to find it difficult to leave models in the box, but as my cases get fuller it gets easier.
Gautreaux Bokor (candle hat)
Maybe the last one will be used for bits. Maybe next edition I’ll need it. Maybe he’ll just be sad.
The Sow has long been on my list of models to buy, but somehow managed to be out of stock whenever I was filling out an order. Well, no longer.
Because I already have
plenty of pink piggies, I went with more more colors here. I don’t know that there exists an orange breed with a dark stripe down its back, but I’m pretty sure there isn’t a three-headed breed either.
Alphonse, so figured I’d keep filling out the Wong crew with some Flying Piglets.
Flying Piglet (brown wings)
These are nasty undead creatures. Not quite so explosive as a Stuffed Piglet, but more oozie.
Flying Piglet (green wings)
I added some Plaguebearer Flesh, a GW contrast paint, to random splotches to play up the undead quality. The translucent paint did the trick of tinting things an unnatural yellow-green.
Flying Piglet (skull)
Oops, somebody left this guy’s head in the pot for too long. Oh well.
Flying Piglets (group)