Wednesday, 14 December 2016


The game of Outgard was in Helsinki last weekend, and it was amazing! It was great meeting new interesting people, drinking beer and looking at fantastic miniatures. We played two games, a smaller one on one game and a huge game with all four players and every model. Check out our Outgard topic on the Ammobunker (link), and the Inq28 painting and modelling page on Facebook, for some battle reports. 

After the game I set the buildings up as a little photo setup, to get some pictures of the warbands. Click the pictures for larger versions.

The first warband belongs to Alexander Lunde. He also made a Wytch and an awesome flying island. 

The next Warband belongs to Eirik Blomman Blomqvist:

Alexander Windberg was the host for the event, and made all the fantastic terrain you can see in the background of all pictures along with his warband. 

Johan Egerkrans (from the blog Convertorum) sadly couldn't make it to the game, but sent these great miniatures to Helsinki. 

Lastly we have my own warband:


  1. I love this setting and the execution of the miniatures and scenery is just perfect.
    Exquisite work gentlemen. Very well done to all of you.

    (I think this post should also include the map though!)

  2. Cheers Helge! It was one hell of a weekend. I hope we can meet up again soon.

  3. They all look terrific and very much in theme. The tracked wagon/throne is especially great, although there's loads of cool stuff. Are you using the Inquisitor rules for this game, by the way?

    1. We used some rules and scenarios from Mordheim, like weapon stats, since most of us, if not all had CC weapons. We used the ancient tek table from the Digganob book from gorkamorka when we found wytch tek.

  4. I'm so sorry I couln't make it to Helsinki. Seeing all the miniatures, how they all work so well together, like this is just amazing! You warband is outstanding. My favourite must be the hammer horseman - he's such a badass!