A Pair Worth Their Metal Joins The Gentlefolk Of Twisted

September 21, 2016 by deltagamegirl22

The fellas at Demented Games have been working feverishly to bring the world of Twisted together following their successful Kickstarter.

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The two latest miniatures are the perfect example of the 32mm storybook/steampunk awesomeness of this game. This week, it’s two new faces for the Gentlefolk.

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Stéphane Camosseto has smashed out another tricky character with this wonderful Gentlefolk Sailor sculpt!

This is such a wonderfully characterful piece: it’s a bizarrely steampunk-ish idea to have a robot automaton firing a cannon on his shoulder, but Stéphane has captured the comical yet dynamic aspect very well. Not to mention the really cool little details with the little pulleys and mechanical components- and that anchor!

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Lux Thantor has nailed it again the Gentlefolk Teacher.  They’ve captured the classroom humour perfectly in this one. After all, who better to patiently impose order in a rowdy classroom than one of the Gentlefolk robotic automatons?

The detail work is amazing: the little “confiscated” teddy bear, the books and writing slate, the darts thrown by naughty students, as well as all the filigree decoration – a skilled painter will be able to go BANANAS with this one!

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Both the Gentlefolk Sailor and The Gentlefolk Teacher are available in metal in the Servants Expansion Faction Box, or as an individual Add-On in resin- and the pledge manager is still open, so there’s time to add them to your pledge.

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The word is that they’ve also been adding all sorts of wonderful things to the hardcopy rule book, including some of their fantastic art that made me fall in love with this fantastic game. Oh, and there may just be a few late additions of that amazing steampunk terrain from CNC Workshop being added to the project too- so keep your eyes out for that.

Will you be bringing the mechanical characters of the Gentlefolk to your games of Twisted?

"This is such a wonderfully characterful piece: it's a bizarrely steampunk-ish idea to have a robot automaton firing a cannon on his shoulder, but Stéphane has captured the comical yet dynamic aspect very well..."