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House of Queeg Does WarChest's Dianite Starter Set

Dianite Starter Set
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JasonAbels writes:

Wow, I haven't played Warchest in forever. Dianites were my first force but I eventually acquired all of the boxed sets and a good deal of the individual figures as well. Great game, nice to see people still playing (or at least painting) it.

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28 December 2007page first published

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Today we're featuring both Lance & Laser's Dianite Starter Set for their WarChest game and line of figures; and the work of House of Queeg, a New Zealand-based painting service.

WarChest is a fantasy game that can be played on a regular chessboard, and features a wide variety of factions. The Dianites are "a matriarchal race of warriors and necromancers who serve Dianon, the goddess of Undeath."

Dianite Starter Set as painted by House of Queeq

The starter set contains six figures plus a treasure chest (the game's objective). The figures are also available individually, along with other Dianite figures.

Treasure chest

The figures come with cast-on bases. House of Queeg provided a more "dungeonesque" base treatment.

House of Queeg was provided with a free hand regarding paint schemes. Brent had originally planned to do a Workbench article, but unfortunately, I've been unable to get a response from him for several months - either through email or his Yahoo! group. So I have to say that I'm pleased with his service, except for communication problems wrapping things up.

Dianite team by House of Queeg

Photos for this article were taken at TMP with the exception of the picture directly above which was provided by the artist.