Blind Beggar Miniatures Foulmouth Folk Have A Fishy Feel & The Innsmouth Look

September 29, 2020 by avernos

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Blind Beggar Miniatures are into the last few days of their Kickstarter to spawn a whole host of 28mm metal figures for your Lovecraftian tabletop games.

Blind Beggar Miniatures // Fishy Folk of Foulmouth

This will see the birth of Foulmouth Miniatures, that will include many aspects of Foulmouth society including civilians, children, fishermen, law officers and clergy, with plans for expansion of the range in the future. Anyone familiar with Lovecraft country will know the denizens of Kingsport, Innsmouth and Larne have a queer pallid complexion and fishy look and this range of civilians and robed cultists fit the look extremely well for anyone looking to populate the mist filled streets of a town that started to decay decades before.

Deep Ones & Half Breeds // Blind Beggar Miniatures

The Hybrids featured in this campaign are the same as those previously available from Blind Beggar Miniatures which have been re-ordered into new Packs as the production of these miniatures was not viable in the previous format, either production-wise or financially. This campaign has been launched to provide funding for the new moulds which will be needed to achieve this. Foulmouth Miniatures will be a new range, extending the Denizens of Foulmouth and possibly other Mythos-inspired creatures.

I think these are a lovely range of miniatures and you can pick up everything from single packs to the full collection. Personally, I think running a game like the walking dead using Fishfolk instead of Walkers could be a lot of fun. Some 1920s investigators would be great survivors trying to escape from the incoming cultists trying to stay one step ahead of being laid out on a cold altar.

The various townsfolk in their professions and even the local children all have that unique giving a living albeit damp feel to the town.

I was one with them; wearing their unhuman trappings, treading their aqueous ways, and praying monstrously at their evil sea-bottom temples.

"Some 1920s gangsters would be great survivors trying to escape from the incoming cultists trying to stay one step ahead of being laid out on a cold altar "

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