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Dungeonbowl chests

As far as the countdown to zero unpainted models goes, these chests are a gift.

That’s six fewer models remaining! There are now more freebies like this though. I gave these a simple enough paint job, leaving the lids to fit properly over the main part of the chests. Five of the six chests contain a bomb which will blow up in the face of the unlucky player who opens it. The sixth contains the ball.

For practical reasons, you want your chests to look as similar as possible, since it flys in the face of the game to have them stand apart from one another. Typically a chests will be placed near a portal for easy access during the game.

One chest and portal max per room, so the image above isn’t entirely accurate.

Now for the countdown image, since this takes me below 10, I have changed the banner colour again

We’re getting there!

8 comments on “Dungeonbowl chests

  1. Kuribo
    June 11, 2022

    These look great next to the portals on the board, Dave! The countdown is really on with under ten minis to go as well! 🙂

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  2. Azazel
    June 11, 2022

    Tick Tock, Clarice….

    Liked by 2 people

  3. Faust
    June 14, 2022

    The countdown is getting intense now! Wait a sec, so those chests are all one piece? I mean, like the interior contents aren’t separate from the box? That sounds about like the sort of nonsense only GW would do!!

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    • davekay
      June 14, 2022

      The chests each come in 3 pieces, one for the lid and two for the chests themselves. You want to be careful on both assembly and painting that you keep the chests looking as identical as possible.

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