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Welcome one and all to…. Dungeon Fiends Starter Set 2!
A brand new Kickstarter release from Creative sculpt Studio ltd – 6 great new miniatures to enhance and get your dungeon crawl going.
In this new set we have 6 all NEW random monster encounters for you to play and paint with…. Largely influenced by my love of Oldhammer miniatures and the artwork of the old Fighting Fantasy adventure books with its wonderful collection of artwork and references to inspire.
Imagine exploring the long, dark tunnels of an old ruin. You see the soft glow and wavering light in the distance of what looks to be an old stooped man carrying a lantern… imagine your horror when you get closer to find its not an old hermit living alone but a Stalker! A hulk of a being, heavily muscled, patrolling his territory. This large and carnivorous creature lures the weary and unwary with his lantern, enticing lost travellers to him before attacking with the strength of an ape..
The Stalker (40mm)
Or perhaps you’ve decided to explore some caves or “abandoned” ruins…. guarding the entrance are two Troglodytes – humanoid, cave dwelling subhumans. Armed with primitive stone weapons and adorned in crude jewellery made from bones. carrying wooden shields. Their distinctive looks of large hands and feet as well as big noses and ears, make them an excellent tunnel dwelling tribe, perhaps they are guarding secret treasures , long lost ?
Two humanoid Troglodytes (28mm)
Searching old crypts and dungeons always has the risk of creatures that could drop from above onto the less than cautious Adventurer – in particular and a Giant Mutant Snail – its shell like stone and a skin like rhino hide – corrosive mucus oozing from its body like some festering boil, theres teeth in there too!
The Giant Mutant Snail 40mm X 23mm ( next to the Stalker)
Or maybe you’ll have the misfortune to be attacked by a Giant Blood Leech! A large burrowing creature that attacks from below – its huge mandibles very capable of bisecting its prey and latching on with rows of razor sharp teeth – latching on and literally draining the fluids right out of its prey! The Blood Leech is attracted to vibrations and noise, so go lightly!
And then we have the Howler. Actually quite a harmless and solitary creature its main defence mechanism is to be able to mimic much larger and more deadlier creatures – its lustrous golden mane covers most of its body and is a herbivore – usually found in remote mountain caves.
So, there we have it! The latest small and affordable set of miniatures!
All miniatures have already been moulded, master cast and checked over – im actually in the process of painting a few now! And will upload some pics of those when im done.
So, dont forget to pledge and take advantage of this new and eclectic collection of tabletop miniatures – theres something for everyone here! just follow the link at the top of this page!!
Best Wishes
Paul

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