Lazy Squire Games Preview Armoured Options For Ravaged Star

January 13, 2022 by brennon

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Lazy Squire Games and MiniWarGaming have been previewing some more options coming to their Ravaged Star Gamefound crowdfunding campaign very soon. This is a neat update on what we saw towards the tail end of last year.

Ravaged Star - MiniWarGaming & Lazy Squire Games

Ravaged Star // MiniWarGaming & Lazy Squire Games

Previously, we'd seen some of the characters and troops that were getting added to this campaign. But, the range has been fleshed out even more with brutal new options for you to consider. It's a pretty good range of models that allows you to fill all of the gaps in your force organisation chart.

Veil-Scarred Abominations Elite Pack - MiniWarGaming & Lazy Squire Games

Veil-Scarred Abominations Elite Pack // MiniWarGaming & Lazy Squire Games

One such preview was for the Veil-Scarred Abominations Elite Pack. This offers up some twisted and demonic entities which are a fusion of twisted flesh and warped armour. They are armed with some seriously powerful weapons for dealing with foes at range and in close combat.

We also got a look at some more elite options and vehicles coming as part of another of their War Packs.

Armored Carnage War Pack - MiniWarGaming & Lazy Squire Games

Armored Carnage War Pack // MiniWarGaming & Lazy Squire Games

This gives you a selection of new elite troops to perhaps use as your warlord's chosen on the battlefield. You also get the option of some vehicles. There are a couple of variants (above) with alternative weapon options plus just the Veil-Touched Armored Transport Elite Pack.

Veil-Touched Armored Transport Elite Pack - MiniWarGaming & Lazy Squire Games

Veil-Touched Armored Transport Elite Pack // MiniWarGaming & Lazy Squire Games

So, there is plenty for you to mix and match when it comes to this crowdfunding campaign. The aim is for this to all land on the 25th January and offers up a way for you to snap up a whole bunch of miniatures to use in your grimdark tabletop games.

The team at Lazy Squire and MiniWarGaming also have their own game planned with these miniatures so watch this space as to how that comes together. The miniatures themselves are all 32mm (so 28mm heroic in many regards) and come in high-quality PVC. It matches up well with some of the miniatures Lazy Squire has done in the past for their other games.

Are you going to be backing this when it fires up?

"The aim is for this to all land on the 25th January..."

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