Wild West Heroes, Dungeon Fodder & More From Lucid Eye

August 20, 2021 by brennon

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Lucid Eye has released a bunch of new miniatures for those trying all sorts of different games. If you're into your Wild West wargaming then you now have two characters to snap up. We start with Sundown Ray!

Sundown Ray - Lucid Eye

Sundown Ray // Lucid Eye

Sundown Ray would work as a pretty fun hero to use in your Wild West games. You could also use him as the leader of your gang of outlaws if you wished to. He seems like a handy fellow to have by your side in a pinch at any rate.

The next of the Way Out West range comes in the form of Walks Like Crane.

Walks Like Crane - Lucid Eye

Walks Like Crane // Lucid Eye

Walks Like Crane could sit aside Sundown Ray as his friend and companion on the tabletop. I like the idea of them being partners in their endeavours, be they nefarious or noble. Some excellent sculpting on a very different subject from Steve Saleh.

Fantasy Fodder

As well as the Wild West range, we also have a new collection of options for Blades & Souls. The first is a pack of City Guards that your heroes can run from during a D&D adventure that went badly!

City Guards - Lucid Eye

City Guards // Lucid Eye

They look like they would be fitting for pretty much any Fantasy setting. Sit them atop the walls of a city watching for enemies or use them as bodyguards for a high ranking noble.

If you're looking for foes to throw into a dungeon then you also have the option of some more Goblin Cubs. They now come in a Hooded form so you can set them to skulking in the shadows.

Hooded Goblin Cubs - Lucid Eye

Hooded Goblin Cubs // Lucid Eye

I have always had a soft spot for Goblins, despite being a lover of all things bearded. I think these look like they could be a lot of fun and are perfect positioned to be dungeon fodder during your Fantasy adventures.

Lastly, we have Widdle, Mooning Peasant. This character now matches up with the previous mooner that we saw released a couple of weeks ago!

Widdle Mooning Peasant - Lucid Eye

Widdle Mooning Peasant // Lucid Eye

Pop these into your games as objective markers I reckon! I like the idea of a Mooning Peasant running around trying to avoid the spikey spears of Goblins and Orcs. Your band of adventurers find themselves tasked with making sure the idiots don't get themselves killed!

Are you going to be picking these 28mm miniatures up?

"I like the idea of a Mooning Peasant running around trying to avoid the spikey spears of Goblins and Orcs..."

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