A set of miniatures from Northstar-Figures for the “In her Majesty’s Name” rules.
Servants of Ra
A set of miniatures by North-Star for the “In her Majesty’s Name” rules.
The Black Dragon Tong
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.
The Society of Thule
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.
Sohei Monk Buntai
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.
Brick Lane Commune
Set of 11 miniatures from North Star Military Figures for the “In her majesty’s name” skirmisch game.
Lord Curr’s Company
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.