Fiendish Rats Emerge From Archvillain Games’ March Patreon

March 3, 2021 by brennon

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Archvillain Games are sculpting up some impressive 32mm miniatures for you to use in your Fantasy wargames and their offerings have a ratty twist in the tail. The Affliction: Outbreak is the focus of March featuring some gruesome creatures from underground!

The Affliction Outbreak - Archvillain Games

The Affliction: Outbreak // Archvillain Games

If you're a fan of the Ratkin or Skaven that dwell beneath the surface and are just looking for a reason to emerge from their burrows to bring low the world of men then these might be it. Whilst they might seem fairly typical, there are some rather impressive options in her for you to choose from that verge on the monstrous and insane.

Bishop - Archvillain Games

Bishop // Archvillain Games

I've picked out just a few of the miniatures from their collection but there are over twenty of them for you to snap up as part of the March Patreon. Some are massive and stand between 75mm and 120mm tall whilst others are similar to heroic models from other manufacturers and come in at 32mm.

Bile Rat - Archvillain Games

Bile Rat // Archvillain Games

Breaking it down a bit further, this month's offerings include The Wheel, The Ratwatch, Slumrat Guerillas, The Plague Chanters, The Shadow Molars, The Executioner, The Rat King, Gallows, The Broodmother, The Blind Bishop, The Bile Rat and you can also get a 5th Edition adventure model which comes with Archvillain Tier subscribers.

Plague Chanter - Archvillain Games

Plague Chanter // Archvillain Games

As someone who loves dropping the Skaven into their Warhammer Fantasy Role-Play adventures as sneaky villains, this set of miniatures certainly hit all of the right notes. After seeing a few of the characters I've already had some ideas for where I'm going to take my next storyline.

Shadow - Archvillain Games

Shadow // Archvillain Games

With the exceptionally over-the-top look to a lot of these models, they should work well as part of heroic Fantasy armies in plenty of wargames. You're not going to be wanting for centrepiece figures either with the majority of their characters and monsters looking like they'd tower over most of your opponent's forces.

An impressive introduction to what Archvillain Games is doing on Patreon I think you'll agree!

"You're not going to be wanting for centrepiece figures either with the majority of their characters and monsters looking like they'd tower over most of your opponent's forces..."

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