HAPPY NEW YEAR FRIENDS!
I wish you all a healthy and happy 2018. May your miniatures get painted to your satisfaction, your dice roll true, and all your games be full of fun.
This year I'm keeping it pretty simple on my goals for 2018. I've really enjoyed my almost weekly games of Infinity with the local players so I plan to keep focusing on that. I'm already signed up to go to a tournament the later part of this month. I've never really been one to participate in tournaments, but the people who play Infinity are such friendly folks that I find these tournaments to be pretty enjoyable.
So, my goals for 2018 is pretty simple:
1. I accumulated quite a few Infinity figures last year and more during Christmas. So, I want to have every figure I own plus any I purchase this year to be painted by the end of the year.
2. Work on some new techniques to paint all these Infinity figures to a higher standard than I currently paint.
And, that's it.
Now, while I plan to get all my Infinity figures painted, I do plan to sneak stuff in from some of my older neglected projects. So, if you're not into Sci-Fi figures, hopefully I'll be throwing in some historical stuff to peak your interest.
Now, back to toys. Here are the last figures from 2017 I have to show you. These are remotes from the Aleph faction.
The Dakini Tactbot is a tactical remote that can be used in a variety of missions. In games terms though, they are just your basic line troops. Hence I kind of speed-painted him. I don't plan to use these very much.
The Garuda Tactbot, however is designed for more immediate insertion/deployment. They can be launched from aircraft and spaceships. In game terms, on any of my active terms, I can bring him on to the board by airdrop. Pick a location on the table, roll for a successful drop, or roll for drifting if I fail the roll. Very handy for trying to slip a figure in behind the enemy or for trying to drop a troop on an objective.
My first figure of 2018 is almost finished thanks to having a 3 day weekend. Think Amazon on a motorcycle. :)
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