Red Hood Goes Hunting In Slave2Gaming’s Grim Fantasy

September 3, 2020 by brennon

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Slave 2 Gaming has begun adding more miniatures to their Grim Fantasy collection this week with a whole bunch of new packs for those who want to try out wargaming in the strange and spooky locales of the New World, all in 15mm.

Red Hood Huntress - Grim Fantasy

Red Hood Huntresses // Grim Fantasy

Leading the way in this collection we have the Red Hood Huntresses who are ready to go stalking the monsters of the forest in order to keep the towns and villages safe. They are armed with an array of different swords and bows and are the elite warriors of the Grim Fantasy world.

Arming The Grim Fantasy Locals

They are going to be protecting the peoples of this land but the locales aren't totally defenceless. For example, you can get Male Pilgrims Pack I and Pack II which are armed with halberds, swords and muskets to try and keep the wolves from the door.

Male Pilgrims Pack I - Grim Fantasy

Male Pilgrims Pack I // Grim Fantasy

The second set offers more unique sculpts with muskets, axes, swords and halberds. They seem like the kind of characters you'd have up on the wooden walls of your town, peering off into the trees to see what monsters dwell in the darkness.

Male Pilgrims Pack II - Grim Fantasy

Male Pilgrims Pack II // Grim Fantasy

Rounding off this collection of townsfolk you also have the Female & Children Pilgrims who are also armed to try and take on the shadows in the woods.

Female & Children Pilgrims - Grim Fantasy

Female & Children Pilgrims // Grim Fantasy

Whilst you wouldn't immediately have guessed it, the mix of Mother and Child in the game is apparently very good and gives you some neat bonuses during your tabletop skirmishes. The rules are still in the works for Grim Fantasy but this new set of releases gives you a chance to flesh out your collection ahead of time so that you've all got it ready and waiting for when they do drop.

I think this is very cool and I like the idea of exploring grim tales of fantasy and folklore in a New World setting. Mysticism, witchcraft and more was rife so it's great to see this explored on the tabletop.

What do you think?

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