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Welcome to my second Kickstarter!

I want to expand my product range into the realms of fantasy. My first new miniatures will be a range of "feral orcs" in the 28mm scale. With this kickstarter i plan to fund the production of a broad selection of fantasy themed orcs,wolves and more for use in skirmish tabletop gaming.

The miniatures will be casted in leadfree white metal as always.

If you have any questions feel free to ask

Now to the exciting part... the miniatures!!

20180093d700076fbac6c5ee0ab4dddb_originaOrc bowmen


b459a11f677c99a0c0d702fc2da8083e_originaOrc swordsman


786b59564ead066a03677c3fc0b2dae0_originaOrcs with mace


e7cb5f675425df00eef71fb012ebaf44_originaorc champions


7ae54fab72ba37af532d62e7c35aec11_originaGreat wolves



cb67c5cb79edc39249b95dfcd117938d_originawolf riders




c0527854769f77b463a61c161874fed3_originaOrc bundle


e484f3b84995bd7648d75d27ae726fcc_originacomplete bundle


bbb778a8df5c86405cf93e2cb19a81fd_originaorc mob

 Bases are NOT included in any pledge! 


the shipping costs are included in all pledges except in the "join the campaign" pledge. Postage depends on the country where you live. 

Please add the amount to your pledge below if you have purchased any single model or/and add ons/stretch goals.(ONLY for the "join the campaign" pledges)

Shipping costs:

Germany : 4€

other countrys (worldwide shipping): 7€

All miniatures will be packaged carefully and shipped in a cardboard box. The parcels will be sent with the german post. 

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Must be Orc season




28mm Fantasy Miniature Range in leadfree white metal: Orcs, wolves and more.


I thought it was rabbit season.



But it looks like beagle brought his spear and magic helmet.

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