Warploque Sculpt New Dungeon Monsters For Patreon Backers

February 2, 2021 by brennon

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Warploque Miniatures has sculpted up a new set of Dungeon All-Stars for those backing their Patreon. These new monsters can be 3D printed at home (sensing a theme this morning?) and then used in your dungeon-delving games like D&D, Pathfinder and the like.

The Dungeon All Stars Part 2 - Warploque Miniatures

The Dungeon All-Stars Part 2 // Warploque Miniatures

Within this set, you get a bunch of cool monsters which are staples of Dungeons & Dragons adventures since the beginning of time! You've got a slithering Basilisk and its Hatchling alongside some Owlbears and their Baby. If you want to give the Fighter a terrible day then you've also got a set of Rust Monsters and a selection of Eggs and Nest piece which could be used as objectives.

You can get a look at some of the printed versions of these creatures below before they got a lick of paint.

The Dungeon All Stars Part 2 #1 - Warploque Miniatures

The Dungeon All-Stars Part 2 //Warploque Miniatures

I really like the cartoony look of these creatures although they aren't going to look out of place alongside the wealth of other dungeon creatures out there by the likes of Reaper. They work very nicely alongside the rest of the Warploque Miniatures collection though of course!

The Dungeon All Stars Part 2 #2 - Warploque Miniatures

The Dungeon All-Stars Part 2 // Warploque Miniatures

It has been nice to see so many different creatures from Warploque and I hope that we get more in the coming months. I would also like to see Warploque start working on some classic adventurers to go alongside this range. We've seen Dwarves, Goblins and such but it would be fun to see their take on characters like Fighters, Paladins, Rogues and such.

If you don't have the capability to print these miniatures then have no fear as they should be available in a Kickstarter soon.

Are you going to be backing this Patreon and picking these up?

"...it would be fun to see their take on characters like Fighters, Paladins, Rogues and such"

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