Come see what all you need to paint and play faster for Age of Sigmar 2.0 as we review all the accessories & use the spooky new technical paints.
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The objective marker box set is that Chinese hard plastic, and a little less detailed but for the price is probably still a good value. We think they look great and for the most part, the detail doesn’t fall flat like the first set of terrain we saw for AoS in 2015. While they don’t come with bases, these are still some of the most detailed stuff coming out of China for GW as of late.
We really love our game aides and the new Combat Gauge is no exception. It’s metal, convenient in size, and probably won’t get destroyed when you throw it in your bag and head to battle.
Everybody loves dice and you can’t have too many, but the scenery dice are our favorite. They have really cool designs and we like the modeled texture. Plus while they do have the terrain-type symbols on them, they’re also D6’s so… bonus!
The wound counters are a neat idea, they’re designed inherently to stay flat but when we roll them we found they do have a little wobble. Plus the two different colors means you can keep your “tens” and “ones” count straight as well!
These new Technical tall pot paints are rather ‘liquidy’ and when we tested them out on some models we put it on really thick. It’s easy to work with as they are two really nice colors. You could even probably dab some of them over rivets and chains in a Vengris like fashion even to create an ethereal weathering look.
Check out the full video for more details on all these great new accessories.