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Saturday, 10 December 2011

Infecting Mayhem City 05 (Victory Force Zombies)

A little late on this one.  Christmas parties and recovery times from said parties got in the way.  No more excuses, on to more of the expanding zombie horde, courtesy of Victory Force.  I like the set of Zeds I chose here better than some of the previous sculpts.

First up is a red haired party girl in a leopard print dress.  Not even the threat of a zombie apocalypse was going to keep her from the clubs, apparently.  Turns out she should have stayed in, as somewhere along the line a zombie ate here hand.   
Next to her, is another female zed with only a minor shoulder wound.   Just a bite to the shoulder was enough to infect her, and now she is out craving the human flesh as well.
next up we have a fellow with what appears only be some flesh wounds as well.  However, it is obvous from his hands and mouth that he has been out causing wounds.  This zombie has been eating well. 
Next in line is a zombie that could possibly pass for a rager, just based on his pose, I think.  He looks to be a bit of a runner.   He has some wounds to his arms, and chest along with some significant skin loss on his legs.  I like this sculpt and his white T-Shirt really helps his blood stains pop I think.
last in line is my favourite sculpt of the entire 50 zombies that I received.  The ol' half legless Zed.   This guy must have had a horrible ending, and now is on the short end of the stick as a 'walker'.  But he still tries. He appeared to be dressed as a grocery store style employee, but that doesn't really show up now that he is almost completely covered in his own blood.  I even stained the pavement around him with blood.   I really like this guy.

Here are some pics from other angles.

Well the horde is expanding nicely.   Soon I'm going to be ready for some practice level games of ATZ.
Anyone have a favourite in this horde?  I really like the legless Zed shown this week, but the Barney may be unbeatable for uniqueness. All comments are appreciated.


  1. Nicely painted zeds dude. Have you managed any games yet?

  2. I like the chick in the Leopard dress reminds me of some of the chicks I have dated, cheap and trashy and a wranger to top things off !

  3. Looking very cool, love there white eyes!

  4. These are wicked. Half legless Zed isn't giving up is he? Did you know that when I click on your avi, it doesn't list your blog? Last time you commented, I clicked your avi, didn't see your blog listed and thought you'd stopped posting and that's the reason I didn't come by. My Google reader has been having issues and is finally working right as of today, so I saw you'd posted.I apologize for not coming last time, it was unintentional. Please do not be offended.

  5. No Brummie, I haven't even managed a single game yet (I play other games, just not ATZ). I now have enough miniatures that I should be putting together a few one off games to get a feel for it, but I feel I need realistic terrain. I suppose "Building Mayhem City" should be among my blog posts soon.

    Thanks Extraordinarii, I must admit I enjoy a woman in leopard print. It took a few attempts at painting to get something I was satisfied with.

    Thanks Ray, I like the pupilless zombie eyes that I've seen others using.

    Thanks for the comment Anne. I didn't realize my profile didn't link to my blog, I'll look into that right now. No offence taken at all.

  6. These look really good. Especially when you put lots of them together in a big mob. I hope we eventually see a picture with all 50.

  7. I'd love to have a set of those figures

  8. When the zombie apocalypse comes (and it will), I won't be going out clubbing in a dress. I'll have a club, and use it to kill zombies. This horde is going to give me nightmares.