Lucid Eye Reveal This Month’s Ziggurat + Blades & Souls Minis

February 23, 2021 by brennon

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Lucid Eye has added a bunch of new releases into the mix for their Ziggurat and Blades & Souls collections. If you're looking for 28mm Bronze Age-inspired Fantasy miniatures or something for a dungeon delve then these folks have quite the selection.

Handmaidens Of Armata - Lucid Eye

Handmaidens Of Armata // Lucid Eye

The Handmaidens Of Armata lead the way as a pair of creepy looking followers that you could see stood alongside their leader (who can be found here). I get the idea that there are some serious "cult" vibes going on with these particular miniatures and they feel like the kind of followers that you'd have to escape from after you've been captured and thrown in their dungeon!

If you're looking for someone more heroic to add to your collection then you do have access to this version of Wild Ixeon, The Centaur too.

Wild Ixeon The Centaur II - Lucid Eye

Wild Ixeon, The Centaur II // Lucid Eye

This version of Ixeon comes with a helmet so he is a little more armoured and swaps his spear for a sword instead. With miniatures like this and those from the wider Ziggurat collection, I do find myself drifting towards the idea that these would be ace for use in Mortal Gods: Mythic.

If you're looking for more diminutive individuals to introduce into your games then how about The Guard Of Cranos Cranekiller? Their leader is available too so now you have a retinue to go alongside him.

The Guard Of Cranos Cranekiller - Lucid Eye

The Guard Of Cranos Cranekiller // Lucid Eye

Bronze Age "Dwarf" warriors is certainly an angle that I don't think I've seen explored too much in miniatures before. They are decidedly samey of course but if you're looking to bulk up the rank and file then you now have an option.

New Dungeon Delving Releases

If you prefer a classic dungeon delve in Dungeons & Dragons for example then you can also check out some new releases for Blades & Souls. First up, we have two different versions of the Fighter archetype for you to choose from.

Dungeon Adventurer Fighter I - Lucid Eye

Dungeon Adventurer Fighter I // Lucid Eye

Dungeon Adventurer Fighter II - Lucid Eye

Dungeon Adventurer Fighter II // Lucid Eye

This means you get to choose from sword or axe and then of course you've got the different head options here too. Because of his classic fur-clad outfit, you could also use this fellow as a Barbarian if you wanted to switch things up. I like the idea that perhaps the first Fighter is the young and impetuous one whilst the second is a more aged and grizzled version of him later on down the line.

Going back to the Greek theme for a little bit we also have another set of Satyr Guards, this time with helmets.

Satyr Guards II - Lucid Eye

Satyr Guards II // Lucid Eye

So, if you're looking to stock your Bronze Age dungeon with some thematically appropriate guards then you now have a few more options. As I mentioned in the last bit of coverage for these miniatures, I could see these Satyr being enemies at first who soon become friends as you work to overcome a common foe.

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