CVL is Coming!

Next month, Two Hour Wargames is set to release CVL – a Sci-Fi Football game. I love it and hate it at the same time. I love it, because I finally get to dust off figures I painted years ago and use them in a game. I hate it, because it means I need to finish the rest of the figures which have been sitting in the paint queue for years.

Anyway, here are a few pictures in anticipation of the games release:

Figures finished thus far – all of them are from Shadowforge
The Playmaker Bunnies
The Nightshade Elves
The Nightshades’ Coach and Two Referees
The Playmaker Cheerleaders

Many years ago, I started painting these up to play the THW game QWIK, but got sidetracked with other projects.

If you’re wondering about the uniforms, Hank Thorsson decided to revitalize his failing Roller Derby empire by forming a girl’s CVL league. Yeah, the uniforms are pretty much recycled Roller Derby uniforms.

The figures are from the Australian company Shadowforge and are sold through Eureka and Eureka, U.S.A.

As always, your comments are savored and read over and over like an old valentine here at Floozy Manor.

2 thoughts on “CVL is Coming!

  1. 1. What is CVL? Wikipedia suggests it might stand for Chinese Volleyball League, Chattahoochee Valley Library, or light aircraft carrier. Clearly, none of these is right.
    2. OK, I’ve seen these figures on the Shadowforge website. I put them down as one of many things in the world I just don’t understand, and never ordered any. It will be interesting to see how your game and story play out.
    3. The Bunny Girls line over at the Dragon Bait/ Dark Fable website might supplement your team. I can’t tell from the photos, but they may have high heels on, instead of sneakers.

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