This is a game that could only exist because of the great golden age of board-gaming that was brought about by the confluence of Kickstarter and the explosion of 3D miniature design and printing. Its a very ambitious project that combines elements of RPGs/Tabletop Miniature Wargames/Dungeon-crawlers. Its already in a 1.5 Kickstarter to re-balance and expand the tabletop elements... I'm a bit obsessed.
Many of the games like Joan of Arc (JoA) have made use of colored material and I've attempted to leverage that color base here basically shading, highlighting, and weathering using the existing color as a base.
Paint adhesion can be an issue but on hard plastics (as these are) its not a big problem and it occurred to me, somewhat belatedly, that I could spray with a clear primer... after all I've done it before... notably when mistaking the clear primer as a clear-coat sealer... Let me tell ya its not the same! ... but it does let the original color show strongly and would work well for this sort of thing
To the left you'll notice a pair of Japanese houses. These are repairs that I snuck into the task list. They are resin and were originally painted in the '70s in a sort of pygmy true 25mm scale. I've forgotten the manufacturer but they have the feel of the JR style about them.
Next time should have the JoA core set scenery wrapped up along with the surprise Night Gobbos and maybe some Forward Base underway.