Z1 Design’s Kickstarter Populate Black Hallows With Townsfolk

August 31, 2018 by brennon

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Z1 Design is now live on Kickstarter with their Black Hallows Townsfolk project. This is a range of 28/32mm miniatures for use in your role-playing and skirmish games covering a lot of the standard archetypes you'll need for the tabletop.

Black Hallow Painted Example #1 - Z1 Design

The collection is presented in metal/pewter and will offer up a vast array of different characters for this Fantasy/Historical town. I got a real Fable vibe from the character designs, all of which are packed with character.

Black Hallow Townsfolk - Z1 Design

One of the awesome things about this project is that they have some great additional options for folks. For example, you can snap up a Druid character from their Black Hallows range, Milisandia Moonwatcher.

Black Hallow Hero Add On - Z1 Design

You can actually see a painted example of her model below! Moonwatcher is just one of the upcoming heroes which will be arriving for the Black Hallows range which will become a game world of its very own in the near future.

Black Hallow Painted Example #2 - Z1 Design

The Farmer's Daughter has also been painted by Elias Alonso here too and shows off another of their vibrant Grimm Fairy Tale characters.

Black Hallow Painted Example #3 - Z1 Design

One of the other things that has come to mind after looking through this range is games and stories inspired by what we saw in the Solomon Kane game. I like the idea of tales which bridge the gap between a skirmish game and a role-playing game where your interactions with the characters might uncover important information.

Lastly, the team at Z1 Design are also producing a range of large-scale 75mm miniatures in resin for those who REALLY love their painting.

Black Hallow Scales - Z1 Design

Make sure to check out their campaign in more detail over on the Kickstarter Page and tell us which is your favourite character.

We are very interested to see where Black Hallows goes next...

"I like the idea of tales which bridge the gap between a skirmish game and a role-playing game where your interactions with the characters might uncover important information..."

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