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Welcome to our new campaign: UNDEAD GRAVEYARD 4
We have created new cemetery pieces to decorate your board and enjoy with your RPG's and board games.
What you will see next is the result of our passion for miniatures and board games, our dedication and effort that we share with you in shape of amazing pieces for your games.
Please, come in and enjoy!
In the graveyard there are always tombstones and tombs of many shapes and sizes. What few people know is that Vladimir Von Drake's legacy will always be alive somewhere between tombstones and obelisks at Undead Graveyard!
This set consists of 4 stone graveyard statues.
These stunning statues are ideal to decorate any game board or create dioramas and give life to your darkest adventures!
This set consists of 2, 4 or 8 hanged multiposition.
Each hanged consists of 3 separate pieces: Floor + Wood beams + Hanged man.
This is perfect for creating unique scenes and adapted to the needs of your board.
HERESYLAB - Many years in the hobby, covering all aspects of it, and with 20 years of experience in manufacturing metal, resin and plastic models. In the past 18 months I have designed over 80 models for our range, and delivered over 60000 miniatures to our backers and customers, facing some rough circumstances and unexpected issues. To include last one HG2.0 were we delivered 16000 miniatures (1250 packages) on schedule.
First Legion 75mm Fantasy "Femmes Fatales" Resin Figure Kits
A new series of provocative 75mm Fantasy Resin Figure Kits, each one beautifully sculpted and cast and a joy to paint.
Who We Are
First Legion has long been a leading producer of 60mm scale superbly hand painted historical metal and resin figures as well as metal and resin figures kits in various scales. We most recently expanded into 28mm Fantasy miniatures with a huge launch of amazing sculpts that will be coming to retail early next year. Please visit our websites and social media for more information.
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The theme of the series is "Femmes Fatales", beautiful but dangerous women characters. Whether by force, guile, or seduction these ladies are not to be fussed with. There are 7 figures in total, each one more beautiful than the next and ranging in style from Gothic, to far eastern, nomadic, northern, and even an Aztec. The commonality to them is that they are all stunning models of beautiful, dangerous women.
Those of you who followed our 28mm Fantasy Minis Kickstarter will recognize these figures from the "Femmes Fatales" Core Set. They were originally sculpted in 75mm scale and reduced in scale to 28mm to be included in that KS as part of our 28mm fantasy series. We present them here as originally conceived.
Unlike our 28mm KS, which had 170+ models, this KS is purposely very simple and very succinct. Stunning models at great prices with rewards shipping in just 3 months!
The first 5 Figures listed below are tied to pledge levels with selections to be made in our pledge manager following funding. The higher the pledge level, but better deal it is on each figure.
Early Bird Pledge Levels are open for the first 27 hours.
The last two are available as an add-ons only, or as part of the "Drop Dead Gorgeous" Pledge Level. Finally, there are three more that will be optional add-ons tied to stretch goals.
Resin Figure Kits
All miniatures are produced in high quality resin and provided unpainted and unassembled.
The figures below contain some nudity and are not suitable for audiences under 18.
If you are offended by such figures, please stop reading and just move on. They are purposely designed to be risqué, sexy, dangerous, and above all beautiful.
By Darsc Zacal
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