Brawls are games where 2 masters can be used and typically larger amount of soulstones are available to hire crews. We decided on 50 soul stones and below you can see the crews that turned up.
This is Mark's exceptional Arcanist crew. This is more than 50ss but its all the figures he could potentially use during the game due to powerful abilities that allowed models to be summoned, combined or powered up into Avatar form.
Of particular note is the wonderful Avatar Hoffman model Mark has recently completed.
Described by Mark as a robot-dragon-spider he was very keen to get to use this guy in the game.
This is Jen's crew of Ten Thunders (clearly a popular choice!) again Misaki turning up, this time only 1 master but Von Schill was hired to help out. The Freikorps are actually Simon's but its all a cunning plan to combine collections to give the most choice I'm told.
Here's my crew - Neverborn lead by Zoraida with Lilith turning up to help. Most of these figs have been shown on the blog before, but the Waldgeists are new and finished, whereas Lilith and Zoraida's avatar are WIP. I got to play as it wasn't a tournament with time limits, poor Jen had to put up with me answering rule queries but we did get a solid 3 turns in.
The final game going on saw a huge crew lead by Lucius and Lucas taking the the field as Guild controlled by Ian.
Facing them would be Matt K with his Arcanists, Mei-Feng, Rasputina and Kaeris (as a henchman) all turning up for a crew that was very polarised with extremely powerful models and really weak gamin and totem.
Here's another shot as the game kicked off - you can see it fits nicely on a 4'x4' table as Malifaux is played on a 3'x3' area, leaving space for cards, rules, counters etc. around the edge.
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