This rocky outcrop is from a child’s Lion King play set. At £2 it seemed like a good buy for future use in some Pulp Alley game.
It’ll want a little work. I shall probably have a go at painting it with my usual textured masonry paint.
|Foreground, right, the eastern corridor. |
Background, the central hall and exit to the north.
|The northern end.|
|First clash - Froni meets a Cave Troll|
|Orc archers appear on a ledge...|
|... whence they can shoot at Dwarves crossing the bridge|
|Froni knocks down the first Cave Troll!|
|But it's tough and gets back up.|
|Crossing the bridge is proving hard.|
|Suddenly Gus gets a 5:1 and Froni is pinned to the|
ground by the Troll's spear - a Gruesome kill!
|At last a use for my dead Dwarf figure!|
|With the Dwarves in retreat, the Orcs claim victory!|
In recent years Andreivia has become one of Europe’s leading markets for stolen cars. It is believed that one third of all cars stolen in Germany end up in Andreivia under false licence plates.
So great is the number of high performance cars available on the Tcherbevan black market that the city’s police force recently took delivery of a fleet of high powered Mercedes saloons for its pursuit team. Unfortunately these vehicles remain in storage following the discovery that they had been stolen to order in Stuttgart.
|A parking ticket? From a VDV platoon commander?|