Our first two months in Charleston have been pretty uneventful. By which I mean that I haven’t found a job yet. But I have been doing a lot of reading.

I’ve also started planning for a Lost World of Lemuria campaign for Pulp Alley.

Since all of my hobby stuff is in storage, and likely will be for a couple more months, I started making a list of the figures and terrain pieces I will need to run a Solo campaign this fall.

My plan is to purchase and build the models (Special Characters and NPCs) and terrain pieces for each of the scenarios, then use the models I already have painted (The Arkham Investigators and so on) for the Leagues.

Material List

At some point before I start the solo games I’ll need a board. A 4’x4′ piece of 3/8″ plywood should do. I’ll glue some 1″x2″ boards around the perimeter to keep it from warping.

According to the Introduction I will need a few Special Characters for use during various scenarios in the Campaign:

  • an Outcast gang of Saleesa Warriors from Forge of Ice
  • Queen Shekhan (haven’t found a mini for this one yet)
  • Prince Rammanasudh, from Antedeluvian miniatures
  • Priestess Iloracen (Caroline from Antediluvian)
  • Outcast Shaman Ikkiuk (another Saleesa)
  • Zdenko Cerny and his colleague Doug Osbourne (also from Antediluvian)
  • A “Lemurian Man Eater”, a giant carnivorous plant. This will be a scratch build, with pipe cleaners and plastic spoons to make a Venus Fly Trap-style monster.

In upcoming posts I will start listing the various pieces you’ll need for the individual scenarios, and the sourcing. At the end I’ll see if I can put together a list for each source, so you can easily place an order.

The WIP posts should be fun.

Leave a comment, as always C&C welcome.

 

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One Response to Happy New Year

  1. Panama says:

    Going off the model you have at the head of this blog Stephen & models you need to buy such seem cheap 🙂 that a side half of the fun is in collecting models & building what you feel are the right sets to play your games out in.

    I myself have a lot of GW 40K models & when I started playing PA first used these but found after awhile I wanted to go early 1900th, I’m now re doing the Perilous Island campaign in this setting & having great fun not only playing the game solo but building all the terrain & adding the new models that I need.

    The LWoL book I also have & when the time comes I’ll do the same thing as your now doing, so will be following with interest your progress 🙂

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