First up, I have added a Cold War CoC page, so all my ideas for playing Chain of Command in the 1980's period well be in one place. So far there is a list of the rules amendments and a rough idea for a British force list to go on there, but for some reason I can't upload them at the moment. When Blogger lets me upload them please have a look and give comments/ideas on anything that seems wrong. It is very much a playtest idea at the moment and needs a lot of polishing.
Painting has also happened, some Wargames Factory female survivors this time. A few of us chipped in and bought a couple of boxes of survivors last year and, although I painted my 10 male survivors quickly, the women languished in an unpainted state until Sunday. A quick spray of undercoat and some playing about resulted in another batch of survivors to fight off the zombie plague..
I will show the 20 survivors in pairs now, just because I can.
Nice enough figures though.
The bow and pistols. Not overly happy with the bow armed women, but she will do I guess. In a white miniskirt and blue bustier top she aims and is ready to loose at her target. He looks more normal, wearing khaki trousers and a green vest topped off with a USMC cap. He is using twin pistols, which seems like a reasonable choice.
The bible basher and the blonde. He is in a brown trenchcoat over jeans and a tee shirt. A bible is raised in his left hand while he readies a pistol in the right. She is also in jeans, topped by a white vest top. While firing a Mac-10 in her left hand she holds a hunting crossbow in her right. I attempted to paint it so it looked sort of like this one, it's reasonably close but not great.
So there they are, 20 assorted survivors ready for whatever game we can come up with. I am out playing Zombicide again tonight, then hoping to paint some Napoleonics tomorrow, if I get any sleep tonight. Catch you later.