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Battle Report: Malifaux – Neverborn (Lilith) vs Arcanists (Kaeris)

In recent post I presented impressions I had from my first games of Malifaux. My final overall performance (without mentioning the final results;) was, let’s say, at least mediocre. Learning the rules, abilities and action – it all will take time to get it right. …but I wasn’t discouraged at all. Quite opposite. I wanted more. Opportunity occurred few days after ‘Hunt for Soulstone’ event, when I had the chance to stand against official Henchman – Rafał, and his Arcanists. It may was like thrown in at the deep end, but what a hell! There is no better way to learn the game, than by getting heavy beating. No new models on my side – Lilith and Pandora with some additions, but my options are still limited. I will get to painting Malifaux soon, and my faction will grow, but for now – it is what it is. We played 50 Soulstones game and we used new Strategies and Schemes Pool. Deployment: Flank Strategy: Guard The Stash Schemes: Convict Labor, Take Prisoner, Leave Your Mark, …

Starting my next project: Neverborn – Lilith Mother of Monsters.

So, it finally happened. I began my another project – Malifaux.  I plan this to be my next big thing next to Infinity. I want to finish painting all necessary models to play both games till the end of September. All because I’d like to play tutorial game of Malifaux and Infinity before I depart to Australia and Asia. Hopefully I will be able to pack enough miniatures to play with some gamers met on the road. And the beauty of all skirmish games – I don’t need many models to play. Perfect for travelling. Last week I’ve painted Infinity Reverend Custodier from Nomads – Bakunin Jurisdictional Force. Awesome experience. Made me want abandon painting Games Workshop for a while. So different – both with style and sculpt. Miniature is so thin and have lots of details. Simply piece of art. I was about to paint another model from Infinity –  Moderator with spitfire. I even cleaned and primed it. …and then I looked at my recently rearranged shelf with my boxes full of miniatures. …