Preview Mighty Kickstarter Minis From Magical Miniature Game

September 18, 2020 by brennon

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Magical Miniature Game is going to be launching their project on Kickstarter next week which offers up a selection of massive miniatures for hobbyists, painters and wargamers to use. The Rise Of Obliterarium is going to be hitting on 29th September and here is a peek at those monstrous miniatures.

Ataualpha, War-Chief // Magical Miniature Game

Whilst the range of miniatures is designed so that they would fit into all manner of different Fantasy games, there is a background to their world of Obliterarium too. The idea is that these animal warriors grew and evolved out of a massive cataclysm which rocked the world. They have now grown into the titanic beings that you see here and dominate the world.

Kensin, Hatamoto // Magical Miniature Game

The Kickstarter itself will cover a selection of 75mm high-quality resin miniatures as you can see here drawing on influences from across the world. You've got some Aztec and Mayan influences in there as well as plenty of elements drawn from Far Eastern cultures too.

The idea is that each of the boxes they are making will focus on one of the four races (Avials, Kizune, Mintaros and Sphynx) and will either allow you to get a set of five legendary figures or a massive Demigod miniature which will take command of the field of battle (or your mantlepiece).

Mirzda, Assassin // Magical Miniature Game

The miniatures are very cool and really do show off a neat and inventive way to approach these different cultures, drawing on classic imagery from their cultures and turning them into fantastical heroes for use on the tabletop.

Mut & Flyx // Magical Miniature Game

This is just the tip of the iceberg for what Magic Miniature Game has lined up as part of their Kickstarter and perhaps these would work well as characters and monsters to use in your Fantasy armies which cross genres and systems. I particularly liked Mirzda where Magical Miniature has taken a different approach to the minotaur. No bellowing wild animals here!

Make sure to keep an eye out for the Kickstarter which will be going live on 29th September as there will be an Early Bird special in the mix. We'll no doubt have a better look at it when the project has properly launched.


In response to concerns raised here MMG's owner has delayed the Kickstarter until September 29th and tackle the issue that people have raised regarding the name which has now been changed to Magic Miniatures Game. Here is what he had to say about it

Dear Guys.

I would like to explain the situation around the name that we have chosen for our company.
More than 10 years ago I played the Necron army and I loved the Monolith tank. This was the time when I decided that if I was going to have a company then I would call it Mythic Monolith Game.
When we registered our current company in Dublin, we made the research, checked both names together, and could not find any 100% match, which made us confident that we can go ahead with the registration.
As we see, it is completely misunderstanding situation and now we rapidly reacted to it and have already started the process to change the company name.

As well, we already communicated with the Mythic Game and Monolith Game and the situation is solved.

We don't want to mislead people and we hope you support us with our project we love to share with you.

I hope that clears things up for everyone and people can focus on the miniatures and not a name.


What do you think of these big creatures?

"The Kickstarter itself will cover a selection of 75mm high-quality resin miniatures..."

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