Pulp Figures Go Adventuring With Some Plucky Ladies

February 24, 2020 by brennon

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The folks at Pulp Figures have three new sets for you to check out if you're interested in diving into some Pulp adventures on the tabletop.

Ladies Exploration Society - Pulp Figures

At the head of this collection, we've got The Museum Of Natural History Ladies Exploration Society. You don't need the likes of Indiana Jones when you've got these ladies out there looking for mysterious artefacts and the lost bones of ancient dinosaurs.

Perhaps aiding these ladies on their quests we've also got the likes of the Rugged Adventurers who are, again, an all-female release which gives you a handful of additional allies to throw into the ring.

Rugged Adventurers - Pulp Figures

I like the idea that these ladies could either be aiding your group or perhaps end up as the antagonists in your tale, hoping to try and fool your heroines before they get the chance to reach their goal.

Defeat The Priestess!

If you're looking for a slightly more deadly looking bad girl then you also have The Evil Priestess who is no doubt the real source of terror in your tale.

The Evil Priestess - Pulp Figures

This set comes with a High Priestess, two sacrificial tables with unwilling victims atop them and also a lady who clearly serves as her retainer, watching over proceedings and no doubt being a thorn in your side.

If you're looking for an alternative group of adventurers to hit the tabletop, this would be a pretty fun set to tinker with I reckon.

What do you think?

"If you're looking for an alternative group of adventurers to hit the tabletop, this would be a pretty fun set to tinker with I reckon..."

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