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    Nathaniel Weber
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    Hello all,

    On a whim, I ordered the “Don’t Look Back” horror miniatures game from Blacksite Studios and it’s waiting for me at the post office. It’s been getting me thinking about expanding into horror/adventure games more generally, since there are so many cool sets of graveyard terrain and other horror-themed terrain sets out there (the Sleepy Hollow-inspired MDF terrain by Things from the Basement, for example).

    Being generally less informed about the availability of 28mm miniatures than I am other scales, I was hoping for suggestions of ranges/companies to buy from. I know about the “Things that Go Bump in the Night” packs from Old Glory, but otherwise am ignorant on the subject.

    Modern horror (1970s forward), “historical” horror (Victorian, 18th century, etc.) are all of potential interest. Scifi, too!

    #145779
    Guy Farrish
    Participant

    These have tempted me for a while (but not having the faintest idea what to do with them has stopped me from straying off the path into darkness)

    Highgate Miniatures

     

    #145811
    Nathaniel Weber
    Participant

    These have tempted me for a while (but not having the faintest idea what to do with them has stopped me from straying off the path into darkness)

    Highgate Miniatures

    Those are cool, especially the vampires! Nice terrain on that site, too.

    #145817

    As far as terrain goes, definitely check out Acheson Creations, who advertise here.

    There’s also Armorcast:

    https://armorcast.com/terrain/fantasy-terrain/fantasy-graveyard/

    #145873
    Rhoderic
    Participant

    As it’s a broad subject I have dozens of (disparate) suggestions, but typing lengthy forum posts is a bit tricky for me RN on account of half the electronic devices in my household going on the fritz or entering their terminal stages at the same time (just sheer bad luck). I’ll start posting suggestions in this thread soon but it’ll have to be an uncurated jumble. The TWW spam filter might also not like long lists of hyperlinks.

    #145895
    Mike
    Keymaster

    The TWW spam filter might also not like long lists of hyperlinks.

    It is currently set to 30, that includes image URLs too.

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