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Star Trek: Frontiers

Mage Knight and Star Trek combined! Somebody Pinch Me! 

Star Trek: Frontiers, designed by Andrew Parks, Star Trek: Frontiers puts a new spin on the bestselling board game, … 241 more words


Mage Knight: Shades of Tezla Expansion

Today the Storm Druid Braevalar comes to Mage Knight! Mage Knight: Shades of Tezla is now available at The Wandering Dragon!

Tezla was the greatest Mage to have ever lived. 184 more words

New Releases & Previews

Mage Knight: Shades of Tezla

Will the Avatars of Tezla ravage the land in war? Find out this July at The Wandering Dragon!

Mage Knight: Shades of Tezla is the 3rd expansion to Vlaada Chvátil critically acclaimed Epic Fantasy hit of 2011!  101 more words

New Releases & Previews

Been on a monster tear lately

So there’s the scorpion men I already covered; a black pudding made from Sculpy:

A MegaMinis harpy (originally Metal Magic?)

And a flesh golem — a repainted MageKnight mini: 125 more words


Hirelings — some specialists

Click to embiggen! Not all of these guys were sold as hirelings & henchmen but that is how I think of them. On the far left, the Grenadier halfling lookouts, one of my all-time favorite models. 274 more words


Lizard folk

I mentioned in the Snakes post that I keep my D&D figures organized by type, generally, and while I still think of kobolds as dog-like rather than dragon-like, I have my lizardmen and kobolds and kindred folk all in one tackle box. 196 more words


Why did it have to be snakes!?!

Organizing my figures has been life-long struggle.   OK, not a particularly important struggle, but still, it’s been a pain.  Take monsters.  Do you just put them in boxes willy nilly where they fit most compactly (to minimize the total boxes needed), or do you put them in some sort of order — by name, by hit dice/level/challenge rating, by type, by locale (swamp vs underground vs arctic…), by theme, etc.?  359 more words