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    Default Mierce Darklands Feb + March releases

    It's been a while, but Mierce have put out a new raft or releases to retail. Some excellent Oldhammer style releases. Oh, and that bog beast...!

    Beasts of the Bog and Other Animals


    We're back on track, it seems, because we've got another wave of new releases for you all for both BaneLegions and Darklands, and from three different Kickstarter projects! This month there's four releases from the Darklands: Monstrous Mounts Kickstarter project, the very first release from Darklands: New Kindreds and there's two more from BaneBeasts: Mighty Monsters, too!


    The two new miniatures for the BaneLords were both sculpted or converted by Gary Morley - Brazhag, an Orc Warlord wielding two big axes, and the Mighty Malek, a Black Ælf Lord on Dragon (the dragon was originally sculpted by Roberto Chaudon of course)! For Darklands we've the very first Érainn miniature - the awesome Beast of Cill Chonn Bog, Mórannach - and four mighty monsters, Oso for the Albainn, Brontull for the Infernii, Vaenhildr for the Norse and Back-Cracker for the Vras!


    Sadly, we've not been able to get them painted in time for release (except for Mórannach, who looks wonderful), but the miniatures themselves are fantastic as always - and just like the previous releases, thanks to us being busier than busy bees we've just not had the time to get the release art and descriptions done; but you can still see some good images of each miniature on the website of course.


    Oso, Aurogg





    Sculpted by Aragorn Marks from the artwork by Sam Lamont, Oso (standing on a 100mm base) is a huge and powerful Aurogg, a monstrous herbivore from the deep valleys of Alba that is quick to anger and immensely strong - a combination the Albainn favour for their beasts of war!


    Mórannach, Beast of Cill Chonn Bog





    Sculpted by the amazing Allan Carrasco from the beautifully painted artwork by Sam Lamont (and amazingly realised as a paintjob by James Wappell), Mórannach is a mighty bog beast of titanic proportions (he barely fits on his 80mm base) and the very first release from the Darklands: New Kindreds Kickstarter project - and the very first Uí Néill release for the Érainn, too!


    Brontull, Daunted Behema of Dis





    Brontull is of course the unmounted version of the Behema found in the Erebius, Demiurion on Behema miniature, and has been sculpted superbly by Dan Cockersell from the artwork by Stef Kopinski - and the original Behema, which stood on a 100mm base, of course. Watch out for his charge!


    Vaenhildr, Fellhrafn





    Vaenhildr is a stunningly beautiful miniature and has been sculpted by Roberto Chaudon from the artwork by Danny Cruz. Hovering over an 80mm base, she's a perfectly realised sculpt of a raven and will prove to be an excellent mount for Birna, when that combination is released of course!


    Back-Cracker, Goz-Horror





    The awesome Back-Cracker - sculpted by Yannick Fusier from the artwork by Sam Lamont - is an utterly amazing miniature that gains more detail every time you look at it. It's so good it hurts! Soon to be the mount of Blunt-Claw (in a future release), Back-Cracker stands on a 100mm base.


    Brazhag, Orc Warlord with Two Axes





    Designed and sculpted by Gary Morley, Brazhag is a superb Orc of the old school variety - but no less awesome for all that. Those two axes might come a bit keen...


    Malek, Black Ælf Lord on Dragon



    Mounted atop a fantastic conversion of the Darklands dragon, Parawn, Malek is a stunning Black Ælf Lord sculpted by Gary Morley, a nasty and powerful dark elf who is well able to stick his lance where the sun don't shine. Don't annoy him!


    All of the releases above were officially released on the 2nd of April 2016, and so you can order them right now.


    Watch out for the May releases, which should be unveiled soon!



    BaneBeasts Ho!


    It's been far too long since we last released any new miniatures - thanks mainly to Christmas and just being incredibly busy - and so we thought we'd address that today with five BaneLegions releases from the BaneBeasts: Mighty Monsters Kickstarter project!


    We have two new miniatures for the BaneLords sculpted by Gary Morley this month - Scoldemort, an evil warlock if ever there was one, and Harry, a rather stylish wizard. For the BaneBeasts, we've three mighty monsters, all converted by Tim Prow from the original Darklands miniatures - Scar-Claw, a Rat Fiend and spreader of general nastiness; Aangaak, a huge and terrifying Ox-Gore; and S'hcrhro'tum-b'hoss, a horrid Lord of Pus you'd rather avoid than confront!


    Sadly, we've not been able to get them painted in time for release, but the miniatures themselves are fantastic as always - and just like the previous releases, thanks to us being busier than busy bees we've just not had the time to get the release art and descriptions done; but you can still see some good images of each miniature on the website of course.


    Scoldemort, Evil Warlock





    Sculpted by Gary Morley, Scoldemort is indeed an evil warlock and a proud addition to the BaneLords range. There's no school like the old school!


    Harry, Stylish Wizard





    It's another Gary Morley miniature, is Harry. He's a wizard, of course, and a stylish one, a respector of mirrors and a rather vain fellow as a result. That doesn't mean his fireballs don't hurt...


    Scar-Claw, Rat-Fiend





    Converted from the superb Scar-Scath - one of our very first miniatures! - Scar-Claw is a cracking Rat Demon Fiend Thing, who will of course serve as another Vermin-Fiend should you need another one for your Darklands Vras host...


    S'hcrhro'tum-b'hoss, Lord of Pus





    Try saying that with your mouth full... well, Scrotey here (which is what we call him, among other things) is a huge and nasty Plague Demon, a Lord of Pus and Flies and Boils and other horrible things that don't bear too much thinking about. Step out of his way and let him through, unless you want the plague!


    Aangaakk, Ox-Gore of the Darkwald





    That's more like it, said Darklands. Here's Aangaakk - a massive, powerful creature of hoof and horn that will, eventually, run you down no matter how fast your legs can carry you. Scott Lines, here being picked up by Aangaakk a few seconds before being eaten, can attest to that...


    All of the releases above were officially released on the 5th of March 2016, and so you can order them right now.


    Watch out for the April releases, which should be unveiled soon!

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    Default Darklands May 2016 releases

    New Darklands releases from Mierce! Quite a mixture this month. Get them while the pound - dollar rate is low!:


    More Mighty Monsters!
    It's a little late this month, but here's another wave of new releases for both BaneLegions (six in total) and Darklands (eight in total), and from lots of different Kickstarter projects - and, of course, the mighty Darklands: First Edition Rule Book, a huge tome of 364 pages that gives you everything you need to play Darklands... bar the miniatures, of course!


    There's four new miniatures for the BaneLords, all Orcs and all sculpted or converted by Tim Prow - Grimbash, Buggrom, Shazham and Queefus - and two new miniatures for the BaneBeasts, Lamashti the Pleasure Demon and Khan-Wrath the War Demon. For Darklands we've the very first Jute release - the fantastic Mound Beetle, Thacaldān - as well as Gudhlagg for the Albainn, Geraint Nerthol on Ceffyldraig for the Brythoniaid, Araigh for the Érainn, Krekkek for the Khthones, Hrókr for the Norse and Beb on Pig-Bog for the Ysians. Lots of big and nasty things to hurt your enemies with!


    Sadly, we've not been able to get them painted in time for release (except for Thacaldān, who looks wonderful), but the miniatures themselves are fantastic as always - and just like the previous releases, thanks to us being busier than busy bees we've just not had the time to get the release art and descriptions done; but you can still see some good images of each miniature on the website of course.




    Darklands: First Edition Rule Book





    The 364 page Darklands: First Edition hardback Rule Book contains the fantastic Darklands: First Edition rules, which comprise an introduction to tabletop wargaming and a background to the lands of darkness themselves as well as the sections on hosts, units and warriors, setting up the battlefield, the all-important battle hour sequence and the various actions and reactions your units can perform during a game. In short, you can't play a game of Darklands without it!


    Gudhlagg, Oghur Uhmaer





    Sculpted by Olivier Bouchet from the artwork by Phil Moss, Gudhlagg (standing on a 60mm base) is a mighty Oghur Warchief, a commander of Oghur and a powerful warrior in his own right!


    Geraint Nerthol, Teyrn of Cedweli on Ceffyldraig





    Originally sculpted by Benoît Cosse, Geraint Nerthol can now ride to battle upon a mighty Ceffyldraig - a horse-dragon - able to breathe fire and murderise his enemies with his big teeth and claws... and all courtesy of Roberto Chaudon's sculpting work, from the artwork by Dan Warren!


    Araigh, Ancient of Síleann Fen





    The second ever release for the Érainn - well, that's not a sell-sword - Araigh is an ancient Fen Beast, a creature awoken by Danu to defend Eriu from the invaders and raiders. Sculpted by a newcomer to our range, Didier Fancagne, from the artwork by Sam Lamont!


    Thacaldān, Mound Beetle





    Thacaldān has the honour of being our very first release for the Jutes, the kindred of Cant and Wiht and undead nasties! Thacaldān is a superb miniature sculpted by Aragorn Marks from the artwork by Danny Cruz.


    Krekkek, Bull Sávrakh





    Sculpted by Roberto Chaudon from the artwork by Christophe Madura, Krekkek is a lizard monster of gigantic proporitions for the Khthones. Standing malevolently upon a 100mm base, Krekkek will bring strength and power to your Sávrar host!


    Hrókr, Gunnhrafn





    Sculpted by the amazing Roberto Chaudon from the artwork by the equally amazing Dan Warren, Hrókr is a Gunnhrafn, a War-Raven of power and strength and speed - a brilliant addition to your Norse host!


    Beb, Nithing on Pig-Bog





    Mounted upon a terrifying and feral Pig-Bog, Beb is a Nithing that serves his master, Gondard, faithfully and dutifully. Riding such a beast may have its own dangers, but it gets flesh-parts to his master quicker than scampering around the battlefield!


    Lamashti, Pleasure Demon





    Converted by Yannick Hennebo from the original miniature by Allan Carrasco, and from the artwork by Dan Warren, the BaneBeast known as Lamashti is a Pleasure Demon of depravity and filled with hate for anything that denies her obvious attractions!


    Khan-Wrath, War Demon





    The huge and powerful War Demon known as Khan-Wrath is, of course, based upon the mighty Krull. Gaining a helm and an extra axe, Khan-Wrath is more than capable of destroying his opponents upon the battlefield!


    Grimbash, Orc Warlord on Foot





    Sculpted by Tim Prow from the artwork by Neil Hodgson, Grimbash is the first of four Orc bosses released on foot this month. Watch out for Grimbash on Wyvern next month!


    Buggrom of Ulmo, Orc Warlord with Great Axe on Foot





    Again sculpted by Tim Prow from the artwork by Neil Hodgson, Buggrom is the second of four Orc bosses released on foot this month. Watch out for Buggrom on Wyvern next month!

    Shazham, Orc Shaman on Foot





    Sculpted by Tim Prow from the artwork by Neil Hodgson, Shazham is the first shaman of the four Orc bosses released on foot this month. Watch out for Shazham on Wyvern next month!


    Queefus, Bone Orc Shaman on Foot





    Again sculpted by Tim Prow from the artwork by Neil Hodgson, Queefus is the second shaman and the final of four Orc bosses released on foot this month. Watch out for Queefus on Wyvern next month!


    All of the releases above were officially released on the 7th of May 2016, and so you can order them right now.


    Watch out for the June releases, which should be unveiled soon!

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    New Shop and Trade releases and painty goodness!


    Of Kroks and Men


    After a break of a month it's time for some new releases from us here at Mierce Miniatures, and it's all Darklands - nine Darklands releases in fact, and all for you and your hosts. There's two new miniatures for the Albainn - Dúngal on foot and on pony and Ettu the Goghu; a new one for the Byzantii - Equitus Durio on foot and on horse; something for the Fomoraic - Skaadi the Moraine-Sorcerer; and five for the Khthones, all of which are Krokodar related... the unit itself containing five man-crocodiles (called the Slaughterers) and the four as yet unreleased Krokodar!


    Sadly, we've not been able to get them painted in time for release (except for Skaadi, who looks wonderful), but the miniatures themselves are fantastic as always - and just like the previous releases, thanks to us being busier than busy bees we've just not had the time to get the release art and descriptions done; but you can still see some good images of each miniature on the website of course.


    Skaadi, Moraine-Sorcerer





    A beautiful realisation of an ice-sorcerer by Gauthier Giroud, Skaadi is a wonderful sculpt and a fantastic addition to your Fomoraic host - for she can raise ice beasts to fight for you!

    Dúngal, Mormaer of Dun Durn on Foot and on Pony





    It's been a while since we've released any foot and mounted nobles, so here's Dúngal of the Albainn on both foot and on pony. Saving a few quid from the price of purchasing both separately, he's your perfect general for your Albainn host! Sculpted by Olivier Nkweti from the artwork by Sam Lamont.


    Ettu, Revered Goghu





    Sculpted by Olivier Bouchet from the artwork by Sam Lamont, Ettu is a mighty Goghu - a rock-beast of sorcery and belief revered by the Albainn and especially the Oghur and the Oghurithne. Standing on an 80mm base, he's a massive brute well able to smash apart battle-lines and also well able to deflect sorcerous attacks!


    Equitus Durio, Centurion on Foot and on Horse





    Another foot and mounted release - saving you a few pounds from purchasing them separately - comes this month for the Byzantii, and it's Equitus Durio who gets to walk and ride. Sculpted by Yannick Hennebo from the artwork by Stef Kopinski, Equitus is the perfect general for a Byzantii host and the mounted version comes with spatha (sword) and kontus (lance) options for him.


    Slaughterers, Krokodar Unit





    With the release of the Slaughterers - sculpted by Benoît Cosse from the superb artwork by Christophe Madura - the Khthones now have a unit of heavy monstrouos infantry to batter their enemies with. Armed with a mighty club and sporting a bite and some natural heavily armoured skin, the Slaughterers are led by the unit's champion, Megálávra, and contains a banner bearer, Vókkinak and three warriors - Okkáv, Brudok and Maskó. Megálávra and Vókkinak have been released for a long time, of course - but now they've finally got some mates!


    Kinakk, Krokodar Warrior





    Kinakk is the warrior variant of the banner bearer from the Slaughterers, Vókkinak. Again sculpted by Benoît Cosse from the artwork by Christophe Madura, Kinakk is ideal for replacing Vókkinak if you don't want a banner bearer in your Krokodar unit!


    All of the releases above were officially released on the 2nd of July 2016, and so you can order them right now.


    Watch out for the August releases, which should be unveiled soon!



    As mentioned, as well as the new release, Mierce have posted new painted photos of models:


    First up, the Duguth:











    Also, the Gabrax get the treatment:











    They've also put a few metal release up on the shop. Looks like they're very close to getting the starter sets ready for launch.

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    A new batch of releases for October


    October's Releases


    It's been blimmin' ages since the last set of releases, so let's make amends for that with nineteen - count 'em! - nineteen whole releases for your purchasing pleasure! All told there's fifteen for Darklands and four for BaneLegions, a veritable plethora of miniatures of all shapes and sizes.


    For BaneLegions, there's four Orcs on Wyverns - two fightery types, Buggrom and Grimbash, and two shamany types, Queefus and Shazham. For Darklands, there's Rēoc's Pack (comprising the unit and three individual miniatures) for the Anglecynn; the Snorting Toracx (again, a unit and three individual miniatures), Taai-ac the giant wolverine and Cqaa the enormous rhino-man for hte Fomoraic; the brutal Aggrakk, a huge croc-man, for the Khthones; Egil Dead Hand the Hrafnmann warchief, the amazing Birna on giant raven and Torleik the Troll for the Norse; and the quite foul Blunt-Claw on Goz-Horror for the Vras and Ysians!


    Sadly, we've not been able to get them painted in time for release, but the miniatures themselves are fantastic as always - and just like the previous releases, thanks to us being busier than busy bees we've just not had the time to get the release art and descriptions done; but you can still see some good images of each miniature on the website of course.


    Rēoc's Pack, Frēawulf Unit





    These guys are a great addition to your Anglecynn host for they're ideal to get around the flanks of your enemies. Rēoc's Pack - a unit of five Frēawulfas, or great wolves (comprising Rēoc himself, and two each of Brega and Hædo) - stand on 40mm bases and are easily the equal of a human. Dire wolves, basically! Sculpted by Benoît Cosse from the artwork by Danny Cruz.




    Taai-ac, Ferocious Cúgacx





    Taai-ac is a mightily powerful giant wolverine as big as a very big bear, and that's why he stands on a 60mm base. A powerful beast with a ferocious temperament, Taai-ac was sculpted by Benoît Cosse from the artwork by Steve Pierce.




    Snorting Toracx, Toracx Unit







    Another unit of powerful, ferocious beasts, the Snorting Toracx comprise three different miniatures, one of which - Báintaac - was released ages ago. Complete with the unit leader, Taachka, and the joyfully leaping Ckamaac, the Snorting Toracx won't hang around in the face of the enemy! Sculpted (again) by Benoît Cosse from the artwork by Stefan Kopinski and Dan Warren. These guys stand on 60mm bases of course!




    Cqaa, Thundering Srónox





    Sculpted by the ever-amazing Allan Carrasco from the artwork by Danny Cruz, Cqaa is a huge rhino-man-beast even bigger than the Srónax, for he stands on an 80mm base and can easily overcome the most powerful of opponents. With that mighty horn, who could doubt it?




    Aggrakk, Krokokh Warrior





    Not content with a unit of five croc-men (the Slaughterers), the Khthones get themselves a huge croc-man even bigger than those guys. Standing on an 80mm base and wielding a hammer bigger that could crush a human to pulp in seconds, Aggrakk is a great addition to your Khthones Krokodar host!




    Birna, Dottir of Hrafnen on Fellhrafn





    Time for some Norse, and where better to start than with the comely Birna? She's already released on foot, of course, but we've given her a fantastic mount to scout and flank and dive upon the enemy - an armoured Fellhrafn! Sculpted by Allan Carrasco (Birna and armour) and Roberto Chaudon (the Fellhrafn) from the artwork by Danny Cruz, Birna on Fellhrafn is a fantastic centrepiece for any winged Norse host!




    Egil Dead Hand, Hrafnmann Jarl





    More winged Norse, this time for the Hrafnmenn, sculpted by Roberto Chaudon from the artwork by Dan Warren. Egil Dead Hand is a Hrafnmann Jarl, a leader of Hrafnmann, and has a little more equipment and bearing than the rest. Together with the Corpse Takers, the Hrafnmann Unit, the Norse can really fly...




    Torleik, Two Axe Troll Warrior





    Staying on the ground this time, the long-awaited additions to the Trolls are trickling in. Torleik is the first new Troll to join the Norse for a good long while, but the wait has been worth it - it should be, thanks to being sculpted by Allan Carrasco from the artwork by Stef Kopinski! The unit of Two Axe Trolls should be with us soon, once Vörtun has been converted two wield two axes, of course.




    Blunt-Claw, Vras-Lord on Goz-Horror





    We've saved the best until last (well, for Darklands). The zany craziness of Sam Lamont (artist) and Yannick Fusier (sculptor) have produced a miniature without compare - you'll find nothing else like Blunt-Claw on his Goz-Horror, complete with cooking utensils, full cauldron and draped dead bodies as well as horrible breath, nasty teeth and poky spear. There's so much going on with this miniature it's almost impossible to describe him! Suffice to say, any ratty army would benefit from this guy as its centrepiece...




    Grimbash, Orc Warlord on Wyvern





    The first of four Orcs on Wyverns sculpted by Tim Prow (Orc) and Gary Morley (Wyvern armour), Grimbash is a bog-standard Orc Warlord with cleaver and shield, sat up on a mighty Wyvern (converted from the Brythoniaid Wyvern, Typhaggahw, of course).




    Buggrom of Ulmo, Orc Warlord with Great Weapon on Wyvern







    The second of four Orcs on Wyverns sculpted by Tim Prow (Orc) and Gary Morley (Wyvern armour), Buggrom is an Orc Warlord with great weapon, sat up on a mighty Wyvern (converted from the Brythoniaid Wyvern, Typhaggahw, of course).




    Shazham, Orc Shaman on Wyvern





    The third of four Orcs on Wyverns sculpted by Tim Prow (Orc) and Gary Morley (Wyvern armour), Shazham is an Orc Shaman with staff, sat up on a mighty Wyvern (converted from the Brythoniaid Wyvern, Typhaggahw, of course).




    Queefus, Bone Orc Shaman on Wyvern





    The last of four Orcs on Wyverns sculpted by Tim Prow (Orc) and Gary Morley (Wyvern armour), Queefus is a mental Bone Orc Shaman with ceremonial skull and a nice hat, sat up on a mighty Wyvern (converted from the Brythoniaid Wyvern, Typhaggahw, of course).


    All of the releases above were officially released on the 1st of October 2016, and so you can order them right now.


    Watch out for the November releases, which should be unveiled soon!

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    New December releases for Darklands


    Jingle All the Way

    It's Christmas, so it is, and we have some incredible miniatures to release in time for Santa Claws - twenty of them in fact, nineteen for Darklands and one for the BaneLegions - but don't take our word for it, have a look!


    For the BaneLegions, we have The Horror of Scumasthorpe - a conversion of one of our very finest miniatures, the Chimera of Dan Cockersell fame. For Darklands, and in alphabetical kindred order, we have three releases for the Albainn (two new Oghurithne warriors and a mighty four-armed Feral Oghurüc), seven releases for the Érainn (a huge Oak Beast and five Fen Beasts, with the unit itself), one for the Infernii (the mighty Ragefiend known as Zhull), one for the Khthones (the superb Ágriosávra on Sávrakh) and seven for the Ysians (the Flesh-Scavengers Unit containing Gondard and Ekk and now with Yrag, Bil and Ekk's Heap, plus two new Flesh-Piles; and the awesome Hammer-Druc). All amazing and all requiring your attentions!


    Sadly, we've not been able to get them painted in time for release (except for Zhull), but the miniatures themselves are fantastic as always - and just like the previous releases, thanks to us being busier than busy bees we've just not had the time to get the release art and descriptions done; but you can still see some good images of each miniature on the website of course.


    Dungab, Oghurithne Warrior





    Dungab is a superb warrior alternate of Dungabad, the Oghu Keepers' Banner Bearer, converted by Yannick Fusier from his original miniature and Sam Lamont's artwork. He's an excellent addition to the Oghurithne ranks for those who don't want to use command!


    Beglo, Oghurithne Warrior





    Another conversion by Yannick Fusier from his original miniature and Sam Lamont's artwork, Beglo is the alternate warrior version of Lobeg, the Oghurithne Herald.


    Gorugg, Feral Oghurüc


    Gorugg, Feral Oghurüc





    A newcomer to our range - Andrew May - has stormed into favour with a superb conversion of Cormorágg, Aragorn Marks' work. Gorugg is a Feral Oghurüc, a four-armed version with extra stone shard and a sheep, all the better to throw at the enemies of the Albainn! Conversion artwork by Dan Warren from the original by Stefan Kopinski.


    Beasts of Síleann Fen, Fen Beast Unit





    The first of a double-whammy for the tree-men of Eriu, the Beasts of Síleann Fen are comprised of five mighty Fen Beasts sculpted by Didier Fancagne from the artwork by Sam Lamont. These guys are nasty creatures indeed, especially when it comes to the Fomoraic! Led by the Aged Fen Beast champion, Cru Creach, the unit of five also includes four Fen Beast warriors of varying size and shape - Ardann, Tanaíann, Ollmhór and Gearreag.


    Cúlaítar, Beast of Lagáin Forest





    The Érainn gain a mighty ally indeed in the brick outhouse-shaped Cúlaítar, a huge and terrifying Oak Beast sculpted by Didier Fancagne from the artwork by Sam Lamont. He looks utterly implacable and totally committed to crushing the enemies of Danu under trunk and bough!


    Zhull, Ragefiend of Dis





    The superbness of Dan Cockersell has been out-superbed thanks to Tim Prow's ministrations - converted from the original miniature, Krull, the mighty Zhull is a terrifying prospect for any Infernii opponent to face. A mountain of flesh, armour and horn as well as spikes and ferocity, Zhull comes keen and no mistake!


    Ágriosávra, Sun Warrior on Sávrakh





    With the release of Ágriosávra on Sávrakh, all of the miniatures funded by our Darklands: Monstrous Mounts Kickstarter project are now released, and we feel the better for it! Sculpted by Roberto Chaudon from the artwork by Christophe Madura, Ágriosávra on Sávrakh is a fantastic addition to your lizardy collection and a great centrepiece for any Khthones host.


    Flesh-Scavengers, Flesh-Drune and Nithings Unit





    With the release of Yrag, Bil and Ekk's Heap the Flesh-Scavengers unit - also comprising the Flesh-Drune Gondard of Karaez and his Nithing Ekk - can now be released, and we are all thankful for it's a cracking addition to your Ysian host. The Nithings known as Ekk (sculpted by Stéphane Simon), Yrag and Bil (both sculpted by Martin Lavat) can now rush off and collect body parts to add to Ekk's Heap, a Flesh-Pile sculpted by Martin that contains the raw materials that Gondard (sculpted by Stéphane Simon a while ago) needs to create monstrous nasties on the battlefield. All sculpts used Danny Cruz's artwork, of course.


    That's not all, either - we've also had two more Flesh-Piles added to the mix for variety's sake, both sculpted by Martin Lavat from Danny Cruz's artwork - Yrag's Mound and Bil and Beb's Trove!


    Hammer-Druc, Meat-Hulk





    Converted by Andrew May from the original miniature by Stéphane Nguyen van Gioi, and from the artwork by Danny Cruz, here's another cracking addition to your Ysian host! Hammer-Druc is a brutal, uncompromising stomping hulk of bad breath, slab muscles and great big hammers, although in our heads, he's probably got a squeaky voice. You also get three choices of genitalia. Where else can you buy miniatures with that amount of variety?


    The Horror of Scumasthorpe, Foul Chimera





    Here's another conversion of a Daniel Cockersell masterclass! The Terror of Fortriu - Dan's first miniature for us, and one of our finest - has been lovingly converted by Martin Lavat from the artwork by Dan Warren and now sports a lizard head and a rat head (instead of dragon/goat, although I guess you could call the lizard head a dragon head) to become The Horror of Scumasthorpe. Don't feed the animals!


    All of the releases above were officially released on the 3rd of December 2016, and so you can order them right now.


    Watch out for the January releases, which should be unveiled soon!

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