A Pair Of Badgers Join Oathsworn’s Clan Of Miniatures

October 10, 2022 by brennon

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Oathsworn Miniatures' Michael sculpted up some impressive new miniatures for last week's National Badger Day! Two new miniatures are looking to join the Burrows & Badgers range pretty soon starting with a Landsknecht (yes, more of them!) Badger Mercenary.

Landsknecht Badger #1 - Burrows & Badgers

Landsknecht Badger // Burrows & Badgers

This fellow looks seriously deadly. Badgers are pretty darn tough in Burrows & Badgers anyway so giving one some heavy armour and a massive two-handed sword seems like the way to seriously dominate the tabletop. I think the hat is particularly fabulous and I'd love to see a scheme done here which goes bright and colourful to contrast nicely against the dull armour and black and white fur.

The second of the miniatures takes us up into the highlands and mountains.

Landsknecht Badger #2 - Burrows & Badgers

Hillfolk Badger Clanbeast // Burrows & Badgers

Again, I think this miniature offers up some fun ways to play around with lots of different colours. Instead of the slashed silks, you can turn your attention to the tartan and go to town on that! Do you think you're brave enough to give that a go?

Landsknecht Badger #3 - Burrows & Badgers

Badgers // Burrows & Badgers

This pair could potentially find their way directly onto the webstore if things go well. If not, they will most likely become part of the next Burrows & Badgers Kickstarter. I already have three Badgers but I think I could do with another two just to bulk out the collection. I still have my Badger Ranger to paint though!

What do you make of these Badgers?

"I already have three Badgers but I think I could do with another two just to bulk out the collection..."

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