Tuesday, 16 August 2016

100 Voices

My summer of Pulp City painting continues! 100 Voices proved somewhat of a surprise on the painting front, as I had no plans a week earlier to tackle him! (even though I have loved this mini from the moment James showed us the WiP pictures). I had been prepping a big batch of minis across a few ranges to get ready for later painting and opted to include him. Then I decided to do his base blue colour, and well, he ended up getting finished over a couple of quick sessions in one day which was very pleasing. It was a pleasingly straightforward painting job.

100 Voices is Eric Hanson, a former crooked but successful lawyer who had a sideline as a vicious serial killer, brought to justice by Dead Eye. Empowered by the dark whispers which constantly surround him, he ha been remade as 100 Voices.

In game terms 100 Voices is a Leader, essentially building Villain Teams of Supremes lacking Faction affiliation. Consequently he is something of an alternative to Mysterious Man. Unlike some Leaders, 100 Voices is not a heavy Damage dealer. Instead he brings disruption to his foes though Mind Control and some very effective de-buff Actions, and forcing models to rely on Spirit against him, often a weaker Trait.

Having painted 100 Voices, I really need and want to paint the Voicelings to go with him very soon.

I am really happy to have finished 100 Voices, and have recently finished the pets from the Citizens pack too (look for them soon), so I hope to get most of the Citizens family done this month too - watch this space. 100 Voices is my 143rd Pulp City mini, and if I do finish the Citizens soon that will leave just one mini short of the big 150....

100 Voices
Villain, Support, Level 3, Mystery
30 mm


12 comments:

  1. What an awesome mini and lovely paint work as always. Really enjoyed my second game of pulp city last week will have to play more again soon.

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  2. Cheers mate. :)

    We will have to have a game with Leaders soon for a whole new level of play (no pun intended!). :)

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  3. WoooW! fantastic miniature! Really want him:)

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  4. He is one creepy fella. Really great work on him

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  5. The miniature is just amazing. The sculpter managed to add in some insanity and chaos which really suit him. He's on my 'to buy' list I ce I've received my Cold War miniatures.

    You did a great paintjob on him as he looks very dark and menacing. Nice work on the robe too!

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    1. Thanks Wouter. :)

      James (van Schaik) has sculpted so much of the range, and we love his work, but we were all floored by how awesome we thought his work on 100 Voices is. :)

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  6. Wow. Amazing sculpt and a top notch paint-job to boot. I'm clearly going to have to set aside some time and get into this range, PulpCitizen... But I fear I'm going to have to buy a fistful of minis thanks to your wonderful posts.

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    1. Thanks very much Blaxkleric. :)

      The good thing is the game is easy to start small with, and making a team can allow very permissive options. :)

      Here is a link to the Quick Start Rules: http://pulp-city.com/downloads-2/

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  7. One of the few models from the range that I don't have. He's a great concept and you've painted the figure tops. Nicely done.

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    1. Thanks Obsidian3D. :)

      I agree that it is a great concept. :)

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