Oathsworn Add New Models During Final Hours Of Sensible Shoes Kickstarter

July 7, 2016 by brennon

Oathsworn Miniatures have shown off some of the new models that have been unlocked as they move towards the final few hours on Kickstarter for Sensible Shoes II. See what you think of their newcomers…

Barbarian

First up we have this amazing Barbarian who is carrying around a massive shield that has a Celtic feel to it along with a brutal spear in the other hand. I love the flowing, wild hair which has to be painted red right?

Next up we turn to the Half-Orc Cleric who is calling on power from the Gods, be they evil or good, to support her allies in combat.

Half Orc

One thing that Oathsworn always seem to do well is that they add additional bits and pieces to the models kit so they look like proper adventurers.

Finally for the ‘Adventuring’ side of things we have this Tiefling Warlock who is summoning up eldritch powers, ready to make sure that that pact remains kept with whatever demon lies beyond the veil.

Tiefling

A neat character that, while looking seemingly harmless, will be able to tap into powerful magics.

NPCs & Freebies

On the NPC front we have this Noblewoman who has clearly done something bad to the town she runs! Maybe she hired that Necromancer that we looked at last time we covered the Kickstarter.

Noblewoman

She looks rather old and wise – but I imagine that she has many secrets hidden away somewhere. I like the little Pseudo-Dragon that has been added to her arm too, a neat touch and a chance for a splash of colour.

Last but not least they are also doing an array of freebies like these little adventurers here…

Freebies

These little folk are certainly dreaming of leaving their village and heading out onto the open road when they are older as adventurers. A neat touch and could be a good story point within a campaign’s narrative.

What do you think of their offerings?

"These little folk are certainly dreaming of leaving their village and heading out onto the open road when they are older as adventurers..."