Thankful for the Middle Ages

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What a time to be alive! Something I’ve wondered about off and on for years is why nobody was making figs inspired by classic art. There are a lot — tons really — of minis out there of this or that TV or film character. And a fair few of daring heroes and cruel villains… Read more »

NoMADs on Patrol

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  OldGamersWorkshop has a second group of mutants — and some eeeevil humans — on Kickstarter. I mean … Right!? You can get the figs from their first project as well. So, … You should go do that.

More Thanks

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  Saying Thank You on Sunday. Oathsworn’s Burrows & Badgers and Northumbrian’s Nightfolk. Yeah, … I mean, look at these guys: They’re proof that I would love, LOVE, to see the Nightfolk written — hell, even as apocrypha — into Burrows & Badgers. That’s right. I’m goading you guys! Get it together. Oh, and …… Read more »

Giving Thanks

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On this Sunday I thought I’d mention some figs I just came across this past week. I am thankful they exist, and you’ll be too. First, the explorer who made me realize the world needs more chicks with picks. I give you Miss Abigail Halsey: You can learn about her on the Mythos the Game… Read more »

Multiple Santas

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Tis the season! That’s my 10th, 20th, 30th and 40th Century Santas. (10th also HERE ) They’re naturals for a teamup versus Copplestone’s Snowmen and Reaper’s Krampus. And let us not forget The Tick: [And, psst. I’m working on a 50th Century Santa. Time will tell.]

Book Golem!

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[This one’s for Darren.] A number of years ago I found this fig online. And immediately bought one. You can find him over at Black Cat Bases. (The bookcase is old HeroClix, from their Indoor Adventure Kit.) After some play he went to languish in the back of my cabinet for, well, years. Then about… Read more »