Silent Stalker is one of the more terrifying units in Armies of Primus. Looking like hybrid of slender man, a mummy and one of those Hollowgast creatures from Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children, this unit possesses an ability that gives it a defense buff based on how many hits it has taken. If that wasn’t scary enough this Silent Stalker also has flying (It is unaffected by terrain restrictions) which only adds to its threat level.
My first installment of art posts for Arimes of Primus. Starting off with Creeping Tiles! These little creatures are quick but vulnerable. Their ability of providing attack bonuses if killed make up for their vulnerability.
Armies of Primus features many figures, nearly 150. The original plan for the game was to make a print & play paper miniature game, as I am obsessed with a bunch of Patreon artists who are creating them mainly for Role-playing games like Dungeons and Dragons. The figures I created for my beta game were created by spraying Rustoleum NeverWet on cheap colour print outs from my local office store. You can use pretty much any acrylic spray fixative available at any craft/hardware store. For the bases I purchased a bunch online from LITKO Game Accessories (@litkoga) that are designed for flat paper miniatures. After the figures are printed and sprayed you just glue, fold, cut and color the white edges with a black marker for a final polish. In the end you’ve got a pretty nice result.
For Armies of Primus I needed some custom dice for attacking and defending. When I was starting out I simply used standard d6’s from the dollar store and provided players with a roll chart. Using a roll chart was useful when fixing the die face balancing before I committed to a final layout and design. After I was sure of the balance, I printed black and white symbols onto mailing labels and cut them by hand. As an added protection I spray lacquered the stickers with some Rustoleum NeverWet spray. It was a bit of work but in the end, the beta dice work great and are much easier to use than a roll chart.
Armies of Primus is the flagship title for Quillow Games. It is a 4 player strategy game featuring, army and deck building mechanics. Players take the role of powerful sorcerers who compete to draft the mightiest army and master the most powerful spells all in order to claim the coveted title : Lord of Magic, over all of Primus. Stay tuned to get updates and posts involving beta testing, game design and crowd funding announcements.
This past weekend I ran another playtest it was a one on one battle. I was excited to find the economy of Mana in the game flows much better. But now (as pictured) players are able to amass too many creatures. Not a problem to fix, all part of the fun of game making!