My Convergence of Cyriss Army begins

I have had the Convergence of Cyriss battle box since its release and it has sat untouched until the beginning of this year. I decided to finish some miniatures that I had benched in the Work in Progress area and Forge Master Syntherion was one of them. I was surprised at how much I enjoyed painting him. I wasn’t sure if the Convergence was going to be an army that I would play often and just in case kept the scheme close to the studio’s.

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Aside from removing mold lines and prep work the Convergence minis are great to paint up a few in a sitting. After finishing Syntherion I went on a roll of painting up the entire battle box, a unit of Clockwork Angels, and a unit of Reciprocators. I enjoyed painting them all and I feel their style lends themselves great to army painting. My husband even got on the Convergence train and painted up the Diffuser and Reflex Servitors.

My favorite so far to paint was the Reciprocators they have so much character and they really draw the eye on the battlefield. I have purchased more to paint and look forward to painting them in between more time consuming minis.

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I even had the chance to play them and even though their play style is a bit different than what I am used to , I really enjoyed how they play. I look forward to how different Warcasters will affect their game play as the Caster determines the Vectors MAT and RAT scores. Once I get a few more games in with them I feel I will enjoy them even more. For now here are a few more pictures of what I have painted so far with hopefully more to come.

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~ by liviasminiatures on May 13, 2014.

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