Westfalia & Absolute Tabletop Join Forces For Dragongrin

September 23, 2019 by brennon

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Westfalia and Absolute Tabletop have joined forces to create a range of miniatures for their Dragongrin supplement for Dungeons & Dragons 5th Edition.

Marrow Legionary - Westfalia Miniatures

The first miniature we've seen for this realm is for the very interesting looking Marrow Legionary which is part of the Dismembered Legion. In this world of Dragongrin evil has won and heroes are few and far between, beaten beneath the yoke of the Dismembered Lords and their horrifying armies.

Marrow Concepts - Westfalia Miniatures

This is just the first test miniature for the range and there has been no steps taken to decide exactly how they are going to be released but I can already say that this is an exciting and dynamic looking world.

I love the idea that evil has won and this world has been crushed into the dirt by the bad guys. The soldiers we're seeing above for the Marrow are stunning and Westfalia seem to have got the sculpting spot on for it. I can't wait to see what else is going to be released, especially when it comes to heroes.

Exploring Dragongrin

Beyond the miniatures, you can also go and check out Dragongrin itself with A Dead Man's Guide To Dragongrin from the folks at Absolute Tabletop which will be released soon. You don't need the miniatures to start your grim and terrifying adventures.

A Dead Mans Guide To Dragongrin - Absolute Tabletop

Here is a look at what is going to be in the final book when it releases later this year...

  • Section I: Primer – Getting familiar with the world, and roleplaying within it
  • Section II: Character Creation – Building a hero unique to the realm
  • Section III: Life in Dragongrin – Everything from the dominant culture to cosmology, presented in a fun, usable ways
  • Section IV: Region – Regions unique to the realm, including everything you need to explore them as a player or Game Master
  • Section V: Wonders – The extraordinary facets of the realm, each getting a section full of roll tables and lore
  • Section VI: The Darkness of Dragongrin – Thematic rules options for combat, treasure, and monsters

This all sounds very cool indeed and it's something I've been tinkering with for my own Dungeons & Dragons adventures too. I am excited to explore this in more detail!

What do you think of the miniatures and the proposed world?

"...you can also go and check out Dragongrin itself with A Dead Man's Guide To Dragongrin from the folks at Absolute Tabletop which will be released soon"

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