Akitsushima Litoria Clan and 10mm HOTT Lizardmen

25 10 2009

Akitsushima Litoria Clan

Here is a quick photo of another Kermitian Clan about to take to the Akitsushima field.

I give you… the Litoria Clan! 

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From left to right: Gracilenta (Hunter), Dartaign (from the Dart Frog Clan as Ref), Chloris (Bruiser), Caerulea (Leader on Giant Frog) and Aurea (Reed Bearer).

Playtesting has contined successfully, although the experience system has seen some dramatic overhauls and now works alot better. Here is a mock setup below. The coloured dice are representative of the Dragonflies. Akitsushima will be recommended for a 4 foot table, but for this photo, its on a 3 foot table.

Hopefully I should have some more updates on Song of Fur and Buttons and Akitsushima. Stay tuned 🙂

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Hordes of the Things 10mm Lizardmen Army… or at least, the start of.

I have been basing up some 10mm Lizardmen (Warmaster minis) for HOTT. I decided to experiment a bit with the basing and so have gone with 28mm basing, but 10mm figures. I really like the effect.

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From left to right: A Skink Command (Hero, Horde or Warband), Skinks (Horde or Shooter), Skink Salamander Handlers (Artillery, Shooters, or Beasts (with a smaller depth – 40mm instead of 60mm), and in the back a Lizardman God (28mm Kroxigor and 10mm Skinks – God or Behemoth)

Cheers,
Ben.





Akitsushima Team Photo

29 07 2009

Akitsushima – The Land of the Dragonflies Team Photo

Well, here is the first team photo of the Kermitian “Marsh Frog Clan” Akitsushima Team

Kermitian 'Marsh Frog Tribe' Akitsushima TeamThe team from left to right:

Dumerellii (Reed Bearer), Bibronii (Referee), Peronii (Frog Rider – Cpt), Ornatus (Hunter), Fletcherii (Hunter)

The team is a new entry to Akitsushima and the Captain has chosen the Poison Dart option to start with. The referee is always from a different clan, in this case, the Pseudophryne clan. Each member of the team has a set of abilities that help them play the sport. As your team increases in experience, you can train your players to be specialties, such as Jesters or Herders. You can also increase their stats or give them bonuses to help the team out.

Basic playtesting for the game has gone very well and I am now working on the campaign and experience rules, including different arenas and Guest players such as Sir Maurice Fursworth, the first non-Kermitian to ever participate. An honor bestowed upon him after helping defend the Kermitians from the Picnic Bear/Terrashell attacks.

I will be looking for external playtesters in the near future, so if you have any questions, please reply to this post or email me at ben.boersma@gmail.com

Cheers,
Ben.