Lost Kingdom Unleash Evil Dwarves On Their Patreon Backers

January 28, 2021 by brennon

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Lost Kingdom Miniatures has been making miniatures for a few years now but they also have a Patreon where you can get your hands on STL Files to print off at home. February is the month of the Chaos Dwarves with characters, core troops and monsters for you to get stuck into.

King Assur - Lost Kingdom Miniatures

King Assur // Lost Kingdom Miniatures

There are a bunch of awesome, and towering, miniatures in this collection which would be a good way for you to start up a Chaos Dwarf force for the likes of Warhammer Fantasy Battles or Age Of Sigmar. You could also use these for The Ninth Age or in Kings Of War as alternative Abyssal Dwarves.

As I mentioned above, the folks at Lost Kingdom have been making miniatures like these for a while so they should come out rather nicely.

Death Guard - Lost Kingdom Miniatures

Death Guard // Lost Kingdom Miniatures

I really like the skull helmets on these Deah Guard above, armed with their fearsome-looking blunderbuss rifles. I like that they have blades strapped underneath them, showing off the brutal way in which these warriors can still hack and slay in melee.

One of the other big miniatures for this month is the Magma Thrower which looks like it would be a fascinating project to paint up! I think it could work for Sci-Fi as well as Fantasy too!

Magma Thrower - Lost Kingdom Miniatures

Magma Thrower // Lost Kingdom Miniatures

The collection is available right now from their Patreon and it should offer up the core of a good chaos army for you to use on the tabletop. If you're interested in looking beyond the Patreon, the team at Lost Kingdom also have loads of additional miniatures on their webstore with which to supplement your army.

February Patreon Pack - Lost Kingdom Miniatures

February Patreon Pack // Lost Kingdom Miniatures

Are you going to be diving in and checking out this pack when it releases in February? If you are, it would be good to see how they look once they come out of the home printer. Also, I'd love to see more of these miniatures with paint splashed on them.

Let us know your thoughts!

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