BUT, it turns out it only takes a couple of vampires, werewolves and ghouls in the mix to make it perfectly OK. That's where Silver Bayonet comes in. Having had a good dose of Stargrave lately, I'm very much into Joe McCullough's games at the moment and when my partners in crime started eying towards it I took the opportunity of a sale on my gaming shop's site to get a unit of french people because any chance I get to justify my poor accent in gaming is good for me.
I got to say I just couldn't help myself thinking about a famous voice coach from reality TV a big decade ago :
Now, I'm really interested in moving to the real fun part which is the encounters and all the famous monsters amongst them, having a excuse to maint witches, werewolves and all is just too good. I will be basing my set on as many citadel night horrors as I can but I haven't been able to collect many over the years (if you're into them, you know how rare and sought after they can be).
And since my WHFRP GM kindly gave me a foundry trooper, I might very well paint a prussian band for good measures too !
Speaking of which, my next post might very well be a report of last weekend's game in our ongoing campaign so stay tuned and happy painting !