Check Out Black Site’s Newest Wave Of 32mm Sci-Fi Miniatures

January 15, 2021 by brennon

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Black Site Studio has been releasing some fun miniatures in 32mm for use in your Pulp zombie adventures and Sci-Fi games. The newest wave of releases from them continues with that trend of Industrial Sci-Fi and Cyberpunk characters.

Colony Androids - Black Site Studio

Colony Androids // Black Site Studio

There is a nice collection of additional character models which can be used for your deep space adventures. Above you can see the Colony Androids, who might end up being incredibly helpful allies or villainous thralls that you'll need to tackle before things get out of hand.

Sticking with the Colony theme we also have the Colony Prisoners.

Colony Prisoners - Black Site Studio

Colony Prisoners // Black Site Studio

You could easily use these Prisoners are rioters that need to be put down by your security team but I like the idea of them as unlikely anti-heroes. You could run with the idea of them being contained here by some big shadowy corporation and they have to use whatever means they have to hand to beat their captors.

Cyberpunk Streets

If you're into the Cyberpunk genre then you might want to take a peek at this big pack of individuals. This is the set of Zaibatsu Civilians which you can use to populate the dirty streets of your futuristic city.

Zaibatsu Civilians - Black Site Studio

Zaibatsu Civilians // Black Site Studio

There are a bunch of characters here which work well as background set dressing for skirmish games but I think a few of them could work equally well as player characters too. It's always fun throwing a few miniatures like these into the fray to spice up the action or just get in the way of your heroes progress!

Another of the bigger releases for the Cyberpunk side of things is the massive Longhorn MK32 Loader.

Longhorn MK32 Loader - Black Site Studio

Longhorn MK32 Loader // Black Site Studio

This clanker of a miniature is a bit more expensive than some of the regular human-sized options from Black Site but I think you'll agree that it could find a home on many a Sci-Fi tabletop. I could see this being dropped into a Cyberpunk setting, something more grimdark or perhaps even a game with a Weird World War angle.

There are a few more releases to check out over on the Black Site Studio webstore so don't hesitate to go and delve deeper into their collection.

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