Hobby Time: Malifaux (Guild) Ryle [WIP Part 1]

First Resurrectionists, now jumping into work on a Guild model? All will be explained soon…

Work has commenced on Ryle, the pseudo-lobotomised cyborg:

   

 The skin was painted in a similar way to the Punk Zombies in my previous post, but leaving off the final and very pale layer and also replacing the slimy green glazing with a simple grey one instead.

I may of gone a little overboard with the blood, but Ryle is a crude steampunk cyborg and as of typing, it’s Halloween after all too!

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13 thoughts on “Hobby Time: Malifaux (Guild) Ryle [WIP Part 1]

  1. fredrik: jag tror jag hÃ¥ller mig undan skaci¤Ãklƒtterrtur ett tag nu, men tack för boktipset! nästa gÃ¥ng jag känner för att bli rädd ska jag leta reda pÃ¥ den! =)

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  2. Mums, vad det ser gott ut! Tack för all inspiration. Min dotter är vegeteran och jag vet aldrig vad jag ska bjuda på. Detta ser fantastiskt ut! Tack PenV,!ränligetaMarianne

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      1. Those the 2nd Edition cards?

        I’m really tempted to get Teddy to run in my upcoming Leveticus crew, but part of me thinks I should wait until I saved up to buy the essential Leveticus crew box set first!

        Collodi looks really nifty, I like the look of both the metal and plastic crews. If you were looking for more Marionettes, Firestorm Games have the metals for half price.

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      2. Not sure 🙂 I’m not that familiar with the game and it was more a spur of the moment buy as I got it for the price I was willing to pay for it. I’m not sure if I’ll go for more Collodi yet as Teddy can be used by other neverborn crews as well right?

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      3. If the card opens up then it is the outdated 1.5 edition cards, the 2nd edition cards are double-sided and normal card-sized.

        I’m due to play a demo game or two next week, so I will be able to comment on it more from a gaming perspective after that.

        To answer your question, Teddy can be taken by any Neverborn crew although I believe its effectiveness varies from crew to crew. The best place to learn about the rules (aside from the rulebook, I got the small cheaper one) is the PullMyFinger wiki. 🙂

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