Objective Markers & Dwarf Knights Forlorn

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  • As we all know, objectives play a fairly big from in 9th Age but just using coins of plastic markers is a bit boring.
    Much nicer to use something that fits with the army.


    For the Vampire Covenant, the Dead Sage holds a great many secrets about the undead, how raise them and more importantly for their foes... how to destroy them.


    For the Beast herds, we have the traditional Herdstone. Which I made form spare bits many years ago, back when Herdstones where still a actual thing.

    For the Kingdom of Equitaine, we have two wounded knights


    The first one is defending his downed horse


    The second one seems to be quite unhurt. Surely she is okay?


    Oh no, maybe not....

    She's using the Coat of Arms of the state Church of Sweden





    Apart from that, I also got some more Knights Forlorn so that I no longer need to use mercenary Imperial Guard to fill out my unit. Not being one for doing it the normal way, I got some Dwarves at Arms from Macrocosm's recent Kickstarter


    They are quite lovely little fellas





    The first one comes from Tomelilla, home of several authors and actors, as well as a well-visited summer park




    This one hails from Mjölby (Flour Village) and proudly bears the two mill wheels on the city, which has a school of goldsmiths (I didn't even know there was any official schooling for that!) and train operators.



    This musically inclined dorf, will replace my current (badly) converted Forlorn musician.
    Wearing the colours of Älmhult birthplace of both Carl Linnaeus (Carl von Linné) the famed naturalist and the very first IKEA store as well as a IKEA museum




    A strange one, this one. Wearing not municipal, but political arms. Namely the Carnation and folded red cloth of Sweden's Left Party which was founded from communist roots, though they have mostly left those behind





    Wearing the classy fir trees and snowflake of Mullsjö is the leaderdorf. Mullsjö has a museum of Scandinavian folklore which i now want to visit.




    And lastly, the dorf I am perhaps happiest with, with a very fancy surcoat this one also doesn't have municipal heraldry


    Instead wearing Sting, one of Sweden's most well known mascots, being owned by Expressen, on of the "Big Three" newspapers in the realm.



    I haz a blog! the-ninth-age.com/blog/index.p…-the-moment-aslo-batreps/.

    Mostly KoE and ID stuff. Now also some Void

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