Whew, rebasing is hard work.
But here are the last of the Dwarfs who needed switching from round to square.
I do need to make or buy some movement trays.
He is talking strategy with his 4 trusted counselors:
Kragg the Grim, Runelord (back left),
Burlok Damminson, Guildmaster Engineer (front left),
Ungrim Ironfist, the Slayer King (back right),
Joseph Bugman, Brew Master (front right)
Edit: Please note that I, Mars Minis, made the terrible mistake of calling Thorgrim as Kazador. This mistake was spotted by LordOdo (of the Lead Adventure Forum). LordOdo, is now given the Dwarf Eagle's Eye award and is proclaimed Dwarf-Friend by official decree and may visit the Kingdom of Moria at any time. I, however must shave my beard in shame... I really do need to shave, it really is getting quite unruly and scruffy.
King Kazador and his 20 heavily armored Dwarfs, the Gold Shields.
They count as Ironbreakers.
Im going to use their own old school rules. They have heavy armor, axes, shields, and 2 pistols each.
All of these doughty Dwarfs are armed with heavy 2 handed weapons.
In the front ranks, you may see that Skag the Stealthy and Porkins are here.
There are some old school miners that have been added to this unit.
But also a couple of 90s ones as well, like the banner and musician.
All these additions have bolstered the miners to a nice 24 count.
Counts as Rangers (ignore difficult terrain penalties)
But yet again, here at Mars Minis, we do not discriminate against any Dwarf regardless of company, year of manufacture, or material (plastic, metal, or resin).
In fact, I have every intention of making some large plastic purchases in the very near future, to further bolster the Stuntie Army. With the size of units getting quite large here and getting larger all the time, this blog may see 8th edition and an EndTimes campaign (my take on it, at any rate) in the future. But lets not get carried away here, 6/7th edition is going to be here for awhile.
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