Tabletop-Art’s Sneaky Rats Scamper Out Of Their Dungeon

March 2, 2020 by brennon

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Tabletop-Art has two packs of neat miniatures for you to throw into the mix when going adventuring. Rats are a mainstay of many a roleplaying experience, be it a dungeon delve or a skirmisher, and you can now snag two different sets for your collection.

Giant Rats - Tabletop Art

First up, we have a pack of regular Rats which have been made out of white metal. They give you the chance to build up a small pack of monstrous scavengers who have no doubt infested the bowels of some flea-bitten tavern or sewer. You could imagine them stalking your heroes and attacking with more ferocity than you bargained for!

You can then take things to the next level with their Zombie Rats who have been summoned back from the grave by a cunning necromancer. These look like much beefier creatures that you could use in smaller numbers to provide a more elite challenge.

Zombie Rats - Tabletop Art

I like the way they have been sculpted here, their sliced up bodies showing the wounds which brought them low. I like that we've got a good mix of fur and flesh alongside exposed bone and glowing eyes. You get the sense that they are quite the force to be reckoned with.

Could you be tempted by these new rats from Tabletop-Art for your dungeon delving collection?

"Could you be tempted by these new rats from Tabletop-Art for your dungeon delving collection?"

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