lord_of_orks wrote:With orks,forest men,or wolf pack I give them all kinds of shields,weapons,and armor it makes them look more like a band of out laws that have stolen there gear from lots of other places
Athos wrote:I keep my post-KK2 figures separate from my pre-KK2 figures. I don't think the styles match. I'm working on a story to explain the difference. As for the KK2, I keep them in a ziplock baggie and rarely do anything with them. Makes me wish I'd saved my money and not bought those sets.
Velliscig wrote:One thing I've been thinking of doing, is taking the Wolf Pack torsos I've been hoarding and making them into an organized faction - meaning, not a mercenary/outlaw horde, but using their parts as part of an new order I've been creating... not sure yet, though.
Karalora wrote:Well, force-feeding the bricks to your younger sibling is wrong. But apart from that, you're golden.
CVfan13 wrote:Anyway, I'm kind of an anomaly here (apparently) in that apart from my complete classic sets, I don't actually create real "factions" for my MOCs. The way I used to create things and play with them was through creating several individual, personalized characters.
AK_Brickster wrote:If I'm making "good" and "evil" armies, any Dragons, Fright Knights, etc are combined vs. Falcons, "Lion"-factions, etc. Trolls/Orcs, Forestmen, and Wolfpack don't have allegiance to any side, and stay out of organized conflicts, although I guess the Wolfpack's loyalty is always for sale to the highest bidder. (Don't expect them to lead the charge or stick around when the going gets tough, though!)
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