Today sees the release of Slave 2 Gaming’s brand-new range of 15mm Fantasy figures called Grim Fantasy. Dark Fantasy Fairytale Realms. We have looked at the stories and ideas of the childhood fairytales and turned them into a darker realm in which to play skirmish games.
Here’s some idea of the setting:
In a time of strife, sin and debauchery, the Pilgrims left their Old World safety in their wooden ships to what was to become their new life, their New World.
Set in the Village of Armbraid, the Pilgrims are discovering that their new home is not as safe as they thought it would be.
Creatures from the Great Woods raid their small village, wreaking havoc when they come.
Nearby are the Natives are friendly, but wary. Some say that they know the land and what it can do.
The land appears to be strange and changes both people and objects, some say that even the Scarecrows move around at night...
This is an exciting range for us, with both Anton Ducrot and Mike Broadbent sculpting some excellent figures for this release and for upcoming figures in the range.
Our first release is for the pack of Woodsmen. Four individually posed figures, sculpted by Anton Ducrot and cast in metal. These figures retail for AU$8
Next is the pack of Woodsmen with Bows. This pack is also made up of four individually posed figures, sculpted by Anton Ducrot and cast in metal. These figures retail for AU$8
The next two packs are both from the Creatures of the Woods, the Werewolves. Both packs contain four individually posed figures, sculpted by Mike Broadbent and Anton Ducrot, and are also cast in metal. Both these packs retail for AU$8
Finally, we have the allies to the Werewolves, the Wolves. As with all the other packs, this pack contains four individually posed figures, sculpted by Mike Broadbent and Anton Ducrot, and are also cast in metal. Both these packs retail for AU$5
We are working on rules for this range of figures, but it is still a few months away. Well that’s all for this release, if you have any questions about this range or any of our other ranges, don’t hesitate to contact us at www.slave2gaming.com
I was asked to make the figures in the pics a bit lighter to show them better on the darker background, I decided to lighten them and put them on our traditional background, but they do feel a little washed out now: