Thursday, September 24, 2015

Solomon Kane - Travels in Cornwall and Africa

Work is progressing on the Solomon Kane game that I will be running at Fall In in November.


First, a new Solomon Kane, this one from Gorgon Studios.  A little pricey at $10 but since it is for the star of the game, I think worth the investment.  It can be found in the Convention Models on the Gorgon website.
The other main character of the game will be Dark Agnes de Chastillon, one of Robert Howard's lesser known characters.  It's too bad she's only in two stories and a fragment of another - she's definitely one of his more interesting heroines. 


As I mentioned previously, the game will have three scenes, each on a different board.  The first will be on a small manor in Cornwall, where an evil nobleman has kidnapped the lady love of one of SK's companions, setting the story in motion. 


The building are all from Sarissa Precision.



 The manor is defended by a troop of Irish mercenaries and a witch.




The second scene will be using the Venice board I discussed in my last entry.  The third will be in a lost Egyptian temple in the jungles of West Africa where the tribesman worship a vampire queen.  Pirate The Fishhawk is supplying her with a sacrifice for a special event.







The Fishhawk's ship


"Wings in the Night"



"How the heck to I get out of here?"


8 comments:

Thomas Foolery said...

Very cool concept - good luck with the game!

Gordon Richards said...

Great stuff! Big fan of Solomon Kane. What rules will you be using? I've used 7th Voyage in the past to play Solomon Kane against the nefarious and immortal John Dee...and it worked very well.

bogdanwaz said...

Gordon, I'll be using the Crom rules, available from Matakishi's Tea House. They're designed for Conan-style adventures so very appropriate for other Howard heroes. The only thing i had to add was a rule for re-loading black powder weapons.

Gordon Richards said...

Thanks! I do have Crom but (as is so often the case) haven't yet had the chance to give them a go. I shall look forward to reading your bat rep!

Andrew Miller said...

Great looking stuff; may I ask who the Agnes model is by please ?

bogdanwaz said...

The Agnes figure is from Reaper, Rhaine, Female Duelist

Unknown said...

Beautiful. Another reason I need to be an immortal billionaire. Just beautiful.

Joe Procopio said...

Can i ask what those wings in the night models are and who makes them?