Hunters & Mercs; Black Site’s New Cyberpunk & Sci-Fi Characters

April 28, 2021 by brennon

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Black Site Studio has a whole bunch of new releases for those diving into their Cyberpunk and Sci-Fi wargames on the tabletop. Wave Six is here as both a bundle and as individual packs which provide you with a selection of 32mm resin miniatures. We start with Alien Mercenaries!

Alien Mercenaries - Black Site Studio

Alien Mercenaries // Black Site Studio

I'm sure that you'll notice a few interesting alien species here which would be very fun for your roleplaying and skirmish wargames. I think that these miniatures, in particular, would be very good for the release of Stargrave coming soon.

If you're looking to explore a wasteland or forgotten alien planet then you can also call on the aid of the Haven Scavengers.

Haven Scavengers - Black Site Studio

Haven Scavengers // Black Site Studio

This ragtag looking group of individuals would be very suited to something post-apocalyptic for sure. I think my favourite of the bunch has to be the chap wearing the heavy suit of body armour and the gasmask/stetson combo. Quite the look.

We also have a set of three characters which I'm sure a lot of people are going to want to pick up. Here we have a new set of Zaibatsu Bounty Hunters!

Zaibatsu Bounty Hunters - Black Site Studio

Zaibatsu Bounty Hunters // Black Site Studio

Make sure that you have your multipass to hand. You wouldn't want to miss out on that elusive fifth element when racing around on the tabletop. This is a very cool set and I am totally on board with Ruby being his over-the-top self in a scenario or two.

In addition to the miniatures previewed here, you'll also be able to pick up a set of Robot Helpers plus some vehicles like Tobiuo Jetta and Police Hoverbike.

Police Hoverbike - Black Site Studio

Police Hoverbike // Black Site Studio

This is already getting me excited about the proposition of some heavily film-inspired games of Stargrave on the tabletop. I also really like the idea of a proper anti-grav chase through the twisting streets of a futuristic city.

Are you going to be snapping these up for use in your Sci-Fi games?

"This is already getting me excited about the proposition of some heavily film-inspired games of Stargrave on the tabletop..."

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