All things considered 71/89 isn't a bad score in 6 weeks and this was done whilst catching up with old friends and working on my grandparent's old bungalow. My main problem is that I really don't think they are up to my usual standard. It is amazing how much harder it is without my painting station and light. Everything in this house is bathed in an eye-aching sulphurous yellow light making the figures look flat, I have also made a lot of mistakes and generally been sloppy. They are only rank & file and I am REALLY glad I didn't bring the Khador troops I had contemplated as they'd be ruined.
Kircham is a small town not far outside of Nuln into Stirland and sits on the edge of the Nattern Forest. Living where they do, the men of Kicham get a lot of practice with their yew, shooting game both for themselves and for Mr Stark of 'Stark's Fine Meats' on the aptly named Stink Avenue just behind Nuln's Northern Docks. In return Mr Stark provides the men of Kircham both poor pay and poor quality leather tanned from their pickings by some of his collegues on the avenue.