December of Zombies: Zombicide Black Plague: Murder of Crowz Part 1.

Zombicide Black Plague, Zombicide 1st Edition, Murder of Crowz, Zombie Crows

A quick one today! While looking through tubs of models in late December I found these models sitting there with some texture paste on their bases and sprayed in black. These were from one of the Black Plague expansion boxes that I opened and got out long ago in order to use as Razorwing Flocks for my Dark Eldar/Drukhari in 40k.

Zombicide Black Plague, Zombicide 1st Edition, Murder of Crowz, Zombie Crows

Of course, I never got around to painting them back then, and since in Decemebr I was in full Zombicide mode, I decided to get ’em done. These Black Plague Crowz are the Five won’t be enough to incorporate into any games, so these will just go into storage until I can get at least 10 more cleaned and painted. The painting is pretty trivial, but the mould line cleaning will take a bit longer…

Zombicide Black Plague, Zombicide 1st Edition, Murder of Crowz, Zombie Crows

The only difference between the two types of Crowz for regular modern Zombicide and the fantasy Black Plague will be in my basing, since they’re identical sculpts – so I’ll be able to use both sets across both games. Once they’re painted, anyway…

23 thoughts on “December of Zombies: Zombicide Black Plague: Murder of Crowz Part 1.

  1. Great job on these pretty straightforward sculpts. They will look great in your Zombicide games, I reckon! If I remember correctly, Bioshock Infinite has an ability where you can sick crows on enemies and it might even be called the same thing as in Zombicide (i.e. Murder of Crows). I wonder if there is a reason why concept that was popular around that time. I guess we’ll never know 🙂

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  2. The crows look good. Hard to believe you will need 10 more? I was just thinking of forwarding you a Reddit post of a finished Ashardalon set.
    I know you’ve made some great strides on those games too. Which amazes me, as those minis look tough to work with.

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