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Barbaric Splendor Kickstarter Two: Ophidian Menace offers serpentman warriors for your wargame, skirmish game, RPG, or simply to paint and collect. These miniatures are not new - they are already sculpted and molds are already made. They were sculpted by Nicolas Genovese of Blood Moon Miniatures, who has made a special offer to Barbaric Splendor Miniatures. This Kickstarter will, if successful, fund this purchase and casting of the required amount of miniatures. I am offering the miniatures at a reduced price from their planned retail price to help facilitate this process. This will be a short Kickstarter, with the only goal to add these miniatures to the Barbaric Splendor line. If need be, I do have a stretch goal planned, but do not wish to make this a complicated project so it will not grow beyond that.
These will be the start of an extensive line of serpentmen - both the serpentmen, who have human bodies and legs with snake heads (much like those in the fiction of Robert E Howard) and the primeval serpentmen who have snake bodies and human torsos with snake heads.
By Lidless Eye
My latest project is my recently arrived Stonehaven Adventurers 2018.
There's a nice amount of variety in this set, though I do miss the themes of their old projects.
The more traditional adventurers first:
The Human Ranger. Stonehaven Humans have really grown on me.
The Hireling. I can see him being useful for all sorts of D&D games, or as a Mule for Frostgrave.
The Half-Elf Cleric. I liked her pet.
My surprise favorite of the Kickstarter, the Half-Elf Witch.
Another caster in a very evocative pose, the Human Elemantalist.
Another female miniature in a unique pose, the Human Thief.
Last of the more "traditional" heroes, she's labelled "Human Sorceress" but is clearly a Lich in disguise.
I figured the Owlfolk could use their own flock. They'll be seeing use as Aarakocra, I'm sure.
The Child Owlkin Engineer. Looks like a Bubo.
The Pygmy Rogue.
The Owlkin Fighter.
The wise old owl, possibly named Virgil.
About this project
What is this thing??
Tabletop RPGs have many bits and pieces. And there isn't a good way to hold everything in one place that is good looking, convenient, and has an active role in the gameplay, right? WRONG!
It's the Adventurer's Kit.
Question: So what does it do exactly?
Better Question: What does it NOT do?
The Adventurer's Kit comes with a:
Favorite dice section Space for more dice More space for dice (or anything you like to put there. Do what you want. I'm a gamer not a cop.) Place for pens and pencils Pencil sharpener Modular miniature box (informational gif below) Phone charger Brackets for a phone or tablet Card section for spell cards or flash cards Large rolling tray Clipboard for your character sheet Brackets for the character sheet clipboard and/or book Space to transport books to your gaming location It allows for gaming in a unique location (forest, renaissance faire, etc.) If you've ever lost dice or minis or crimped the corners of your otherwise pristine character sheet then you want to look at The Adventurer's Kit. This well organized case contains space for everything. Lets take a look at some examples of it's versatility.
About this project
As you know, rats are zoologically original from Sulawesi, a tropical island in Indonesia. We decided to re-design the famous rat army as a Sulawesi tribe.
The night was cool and moist. She was moving into the forest with seasoned experience, silently, predatory, and careful to not become prey. .. ...That same day, a few hours before and in a very far place, two armies were deployed, each in front the other, ready for the imminent fight. Among these, two powerful wizards found in war a credible pretext to face. To show everyone who were the best among them; the strongest, the best. .. read more
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the Fantasy Football full team How this campaign works
We want to give you the opportunity to customize your army at your wish. We are offering you a full range of bits to give you the choice to make your army unique and fantastic. How to do so? follow this list
Fantasy Football select Full Team pledge level, if you wish you can add-on rat-ogre and the magician! The Ninth Age Starter set Select its pledge level: it contains 81 miniatures + dice + printed starter book and movement tray Fantasy Battles decide first for how many models you want to pledge for.
Look at this scheme to calculate your base pledge level So
if you want a unit of 5 mounted rats, they count as 15 models if you want a rat-ogre or a weapon platform it count as 3 models if you want if you want 5 mounted rats and 20 slaves, the total are 35 models if you want if you want 5 mounted rats and 20 slaves and 5 jetzails, the total are 45 models Select now the correspondent pledge level. It will give you as reward a number of models as the base of the pledge level. Any other model has to be added as an additional model.
download the pladge calculator AS EXAMPLE: Base: 25 Models Pledge level gives as reward 25 models. If you planned to have 30 models please add 2€ for each of the missing 5.
By Dilvish the Deliverer
Surprised this hasn't made it here yet.
Tre is at it again, this time with an Aenglish based warband. Sitting at 10 figures for $55. A full-figured female mage with her male apprentice, a female thief and 7 semi modular men-at-arms. End date is 8 days away (KS just went live yesterday), and he has several stretch goals planned. Just about funded now.
Sorry for no picture, my work computer doesn't like to cough up links.
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