Tuesday, 24 January 2017

Batman Miniature Game Clover

The third member of the Bird and Mercs set is Clover. Adding a some short range fire power to the Bane crew and being a lot cheaper than the Assault rifle wielding Dallas and TNT. Clover is intereresting as he isn't your normal pistol toting mook. Clover has the trait Rapid fire meaning if h doesn't move his rate of fire (RoF) goes upto a massive 4 with his automatic gun potentially dishing out 4 blood and 4 stun in a barrage of 9mm bullets. Even if he moves he can still has RoF 2 so can catch people of guard. The synergy with Birds Military Tradition is fab using it when my opponent thinks he has blocked his shooting by moving within 5cm the Military Tradition trait allows you to move 5cm and still keep your RoF as if you hadn't moved.

Perhaps one of the harder minis to photo pose wise I am quite please with him. Next up and the final member of the set is Schoolboy.





26 comments:

  1. These figures look VERY well sculpted. And a great paint job as well.

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    1. Thank you very much Clint, They seem to have gone to digital sculpting and its working a lot better they are coming in more sensible pieces as well.

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  2. Nice looking mini and another great paint job mate!

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    1. Cheers Christian :0 I'm tempted to use some in Across the Dead Earth :)

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  3. Interesting figure. Once again, you have painted him to a high standard.

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  4. Great pose, Simon and well painted as he looks a swine to reach in places with the brush? Was there much cursing and pinning for this one?

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    1. Hi Simon Not really tbh. Quite straight forward to go together body and two separate arms. I found him alright to paint to be fair

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  5. That's a great looking character simon, cracking job Sir.

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    1. Thanks Michael I do like the pose on this one

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  6. Nice sculpt, bit of a weird rock placement, but cool action pose none the less. Great brushwork too ;-)

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    1. Cheers dude. Yeah not a fan of the tactical rocks. But at least with this one it match the rocky bases that come with the figures.

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  7. Nice! I'm discovering quite cool minis thanks to you!

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    1. Thanks Suber. We glad you like them :) There are so many different companies releasing figures these days its hard to keep up still!

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  8. Funny, things that stand out for me on minis is the little details. Case in point with this fine specimen, the neck tattoo. So subtle, but really makes the mini come to life all the more. Bravo.

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    1. Thanks Dai. I am not sure about it tbh. I had hope todo a small four leafed clover but Its not as clear as I'd like. I'm tempted to return and chance to an ace of spades or something

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  9. The more of the Bane gang you do, the more I think that they present an option for post-apoc or special forces gaming.

    Looks great.

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  10. More excellent painting mate, each member of the crew has been ace so far. :)

    Saying 'Adding some short range firepower' certainly undersells his impact! :P

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    1. Thanks dude. I've never had the chance to use pistols much and some are obviously a bit better than others.

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  11. I do like the proportions of this guy and your colour choices suit him well too., can't say I like the idea that he's doomed to lug a rock around on his foot for the rest gaming life though -haha

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    1. Ha thanks. Yes indeed poor chap! Good for building muscle I imagine.

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  12. Really well done Simon. He does look alive in his pose, obviously aided by your paint job. :)

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