Yeah I know. Great idea – not always the best experience. Incessant delays, poor communications, long-winded excuses, sub- par products, partial fulfillment… I’m 50/50 Good to Bad projects over the past five years. And lately, I’ve given up altogether. It’s just not worth the hassle. Sure, nice figs/game/terrain but I’ll wait until they’re available at regular retail.
Igor Karpov: sculptor behind Lead Adventure’s Post Apocalyptic, VSF, and Bruegelburg range. Nice, chunky figs, detailed without being fussy, bucket loads of character.
Jan 2018 Delivery: The figs are made, reputable company, the caster is lined up, everything’s ready to go. No ’12 to 18 month’ estimated delivery.
Russians with Guns: Blame STALKER. I have a vodka-soaked soft spot for Russian-flavored settings and while these are billed for Chechen War, they’re perfect for any near-future/post-apocalyptic skirmish games. (like STALKER, right?)
The figs are good. (metal too) Price is reasonable. Delivery time acceptable. Go have a look and see if you couldn’t find a spot for some of these.
Oh and check out the Stretch Goals. ( I pledged ‘All In’. Look at that Ruined Warehouse)
Gave the Savage Worlds combat system a quick test drive last week. Broke out a couple of my scratch-built interior boards and had a salvage crew escort a technician through an abandoned research facility. Lights were out but of course the automated defenses were still online.
Here are some quick shots
There were five crew members in all: Boss, Second, a Tech with Repair bots, a Medic, and a Gunner. The scrawny young-Einstein hung back out of the line of fire and allowed the crew to tackle the drones.
In preparation for our upcoming cyberpunk RPG games, (both Pathfinder and Savage Worlds iterations) the tabletop miniature gamer in me demanded suitable 3D terrain. Can’t have chrome and mirrorshade minis blasting away on mere gridded map tiles, can we?
So I went for a low cost, minimal labor 2 x 3 playing area using WorldWorks ‘Streets of Titan’ tiles and Plast Craft buildings. Added some posters, some scatter terrain, and it’s starting to take shape. There’s another pile of inexpensive Mantic plastic scenics in the queue, and I’d love to pick up at least two suitable vehicles, but it’s pretty much done. Let me know your thoughts.
Couple things I learned:
Paper terrain hint: get matt sticker paper (full sheet) for your printer. Probably obvious to you all, (bit slow, I am) but it made the whole process far easier and cleaner.
Plast Craft Pre-colored Buildings are pretty cool. Got mine at Miniature Market. Price is good, pre-cut, printed colors and details are crisp. Easy assembly with super glue, add some posters and scenics to taste, and you’re good to go. Highly recommend.
Consolidating the collection of Reaper figs used in our Song of Blades and Heroes games, I’m offering four sets of player character miniatures. These are metal, painted and satin sealed for protection, and are mounted on 40mm bases. (I find the larger size gives enough room for the oversize, dynamic Reaper figs.)
$40 per set. That price includes shipping in the ConUS. I will combine shipping on multiple lots. TERRAIN IS NOT INCLUDED.
PRICE REDUCTION: All five sets for $125, shipping in the ConUS included. Thanks
A: Thematurge and Barbarians.
B. Elves and Ranger
C. Clerics and Mage
D. Wizard and Warriors
NEXT UP is a set of Reaper Bones Orc Warband. (Actually the Shaman is from Wiz Kids DnD line) Seven (7) figs total. Painted, Sealed, on 40mm bases. $40. Includes Shipping in Con US. Terrain is NOT included.
Feel free to contact me with any questions. First Come, First Served. PayPal Only. Contact me here or at Gmail. (CCGlazier)
Our 5E DnD adventure began last Tuesday night with four intrepid comrades heading off to investigate the death of a mysterious stranger.
We have an Arab-flavored Paladin undergoing a crisis of faith, a Goblin Bard with a hording problem, an Fighter/Archer with a grudge, and a Halfling Rogue with a conscience. The evening’s shenanigans ended with the Rogue at the top of a dry well in need of a healing potion, the Bard at the bottom of said dry well, gnawing on a ham and ignoring the Rogue, while the Paladin and the Archer just loudly announced their presence inside the spooky farm house. Tune in next week…
Meanwhile, here is the Seer’s Hut for the upcoming SOBH mini campaign, The Fall of House Navratola. Scratch built from insulation foam scraps, foam core, coffee stirrers, and cardboard. Ranger shown for scale.
I’m having fun gaming and making terrain. All things considered, that’s pretty good.
Four Pieces 9″ x 14″ mounted on plexiglass. WW2-flavor ruins, change the posters and they could be any warzone or post-apoc setting.
Scratch built out of styrofoam, foam core, cardboard, I made these ages ago when I taught “Military Miniatures and Table Top Gaming” as a part of an after-school program in local middle schools. Sturdy for constant use/abuse, slightly oversized to make it easy to maneuver figs in and around, they’re veterans of hundreds of battles and have held up well.
They’re taking up needed shelf space and I figured it’s better to send them off to someone who will use them than them to collect dust. Figs are for scale and are NOT INCLUDED.
Comment here if you’re interested and we can work out a postage quote to your confirmed address.
Saw this Star of Chaos bouncing around online late one night and thought I should do something with it. So…
A scrap of 1″ insulation foam, a couple hours with an X-acto, some house paint, and voila! an Evil Dias.
Mantic ghouls scrounged from my bitz box make appropriate Tormented and Damned climbing from the flames while a Reaper Bones skeleton on throne adds a dash of underworldly tyrannical menace. I might fuss with it a bit more but right now it looks like a good place for a final Boss fight for one of our mini-campaigns.