As a “wargamer” I’m used to planning out an attack plan for painting miniatures, but when one is staring down the undead horde of Zombicide: Black Plague, it gives even the most steel-heart a moment of pause.
Zombicide: Black Plague looks great on the tables- for massed produced single design miniatures the detail looks great, along with a number of different sculpts for each miniature type. Given how nice the game boards also look the set is perfect to be painted up.
Balancing the numbers and the players.
I love the guys I game with, true brothers in dicehood, but man are they heavy handed and always spilling and dropping stuff. Anything I paint up for a mass play game the likes that we burn through is going to take a beating…
…and that is OK as you can’t put a price on a good time. Certainly my Z:BP figs are not going to be golden daemon level of detail.
I also want to get- em done so we can play.
Base coat black spray paint.
Three primary colors.
Pick out some details.
Paint the base with a few blood soaked ones to break up the visuals on the table as they spawn.
Bring out your dead!
I also have an extra set of Dungeon Saga dungeon furniture which I’ve added to the game for when we explore a room or building. Open the door- spawn some deadites, and put out some furniture to dress up the visuals. Also shows how the party moves through the map over time.