Hunt Your Prey & Face Mist-Ghasts In Burrows & Badgers

June 16, 2020 by brennon

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Oathsworn Miniatures has been showing off some more of the sculpting they've been up to for the world of Burrows & Badgers. Over on social media, we got a peek at a new Road Warden who will be gracing the anthropomorphic world soon.

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Road Warden, Grub & Hunting Hornet

This fellow is a Large Hound based on the look of a Feist which is a now-extinct breed of dog but is very similar to a Rat Terrier. He comes with a crossbow and sword at the ready for hunting down criminals and then the faithful Grub at his side, skittering and slithering along. He also has a Hunting Hornet which will be buzzing about seeking out those hiding in the woods.

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Road Warden, Grub & Hunting Hornet (Rear)

This character looks properly kitted out for adventure with all manner of weapons and a battered shield too. He was originally lined up to be part of a solo play game but he will now most likely end up getting introduced alongside a future expansion for the game. I think he looks utterly badass and makes me want to play a roleplaying game set within this world all the more!

Mist-Ghasts Of Burrows & Badgers

As well as the Road Warden, we also got a Large Mist-ghast. The dead are going to be summoned in the future it seems as part of a Necromantic expansion to Burrows & Badgers and these ghostly warriors will most likely find themselves on more than a few tabletops.

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Large Mist-ghast (Hare)

This is another rather fun model showing off the strange and eerie side of life within the world of Burrows & Badgers. I might need to pick up this and a few of the existing Mist-ghast models to play out the scenarios from the latest expansion, The Warren Percy Affair, whilst also introducing a few alternative elements into regular games too.

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Large Mist-ghast (Hare) (Rear)

I always liked the idea of wandering monsters in games like Mordheim and I could see these creatures being used in that way too. I like the idea of there being a tomb or two spread out across the board and when you wander too close, you might summon the ire of these terrible spirits who have been forgotten and lost to the mists of time.

Are you going to be picking up any of these new models when they come out?

"...you might summon the ire of these terrible spirits who have been forgotten and lost to the mists of time"

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