A set of miniatures from Northstar-Figures for the “In her Majesty’s Name” rules.
A set of miniatures by North-Star for the “In her Majesty’s Name” rules.
A fantasytic set of miniatures for “In her majesty’s name”, produced by North-Star. Very versatile pulp action miniatures.
A set of miniatures for “A fistfull of kung fu” by Osprey Wargames. Cinematic Hong Kong movie action.
A set of miniatures for “In her majesty’s name”.
Another set of very nice medieval asian miniatures for Osprey’s Ronin rules, produced by North-Star.
A group of miniatures released by North-Star for the Ronin skirmish rules. They work well for the more fantasy orientated Daisho rules, too. The yellow colour in the big scenery picture is brighter than in reality.
A group of yakuza gangsters for “A Fistfull of Kung Fu”, inspired by classic Hong Kong action movies. Miniatures from North-Star. These work nicely with “Turf War Z”, too.
Set of 11 miniatures from North Star Military Figures for the “In her majesty’s name” skirmisch game.
A company for the In her Majesty’s Name rules and the miniatures work fine with Pulp Alley, too. This gang played a part in our Pulp Alley Perilious Island campaign, where Lord Curr found the Elder Stone and his hands are still marked by the elder sign.