Epic Encounters Introduces Frost Giants & Orc Kings

October 6, 2020 by brennon

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Steamforged Games has introduced two new Epic Encounters sets for you to use with Dungeons & Dragons 5th Edition. The Caverns Of The Frost Giant is first up which offers up a mighty solo boss challenge for your D&D group alongside a massive model.

Caverns Of The Frost Giant - Steamforged Games

Caverns Of The Frost Giant // Steamforged Games

In this encounter, you'll have to best fiendish traps and battle your way through the icy lair of a hard-headed Frost Giant. The massive miniature (seen above) is combined with a double-sided game mat, tokens and a few other options which can be used to build a fascinating encounter thanks to the adventure book in the pack.

Hall Of The Orc King

As well as the Frost Giant above you can also play an Epic Encounter which could well be linked into your Frost Giant boss battle. This set introduces a mass of miniatures for you to use with this encounter plus in subsequent games. It's always fun having a bunch of cool-looking miniatures to draw on when you set up your tabletop for a game night.

Orc Cook - Steamforged Games

Orc Cook // Steamforged Games

In this encounter, you're going to be tracking down the Orc King and his followers after a series of brutal raids on nearby settlements. With his forces growing stronger you'll have to hunt him down within his icy halls and make sure that he can't harm anyone else!

Orc Bowman - Steamforged Games

Orc Bowman // Steamforged Games

This set comes with twenty miniatures for you to use as Frost Orcs in your games. Amongst that set, you'll also find nine unique sculpts like the Cook and this Bear Riding Orc Warrior too. As well as being good for use in Dungeons & Dragons these would also be a nice way to fire up a new warband in your skirmish games too.

Orc Bear Rider - Steamforged Games

Orc Bear Rider // Steamforged Games

This collection seems like a good opportunity to try something different with your Orcs too. Instead of going for the classic green skin colour perhaps you could change things up and paint their skin blue to match their icy domain? Maybe they've been imbued with ice magic by their surroundings and the Frost Giant that they serve?

If you're interested in trying out a new set of encounters for 5th Edition this might be worth a punt!

"Instead of going for the classic green skin colour perhaps you could change things up and paint their skin blue to match their icy domain?"

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