Wherever adventurers go, there are monsters . . . but often the most
interesting creatures are the least likely to have a suitable figure.
Monsters Miniatures is our new line of figures created to endanger 28mm adventurers. The pieces are designed to be easily assembled and customized, so GMs can quickly put a group together, and not be afraid to use them on the gaming table.
Now available for order is the noble dragon Valor, his nasty brother Snarl, the mythological guardian Cerberus, the infamous Harpy, and a horde of Giant Ants.
They're the ultimate power in any fantasy game, the stuff of legends -- the mighty dragons. And now sculptor extraordinaire Richard Kerr has worked his magic and brought gorgeous, fearsome dragons to Steve Jackson Games' line of miniatures.
Valor is our first release for Monsters. He, along with his brother Snarl, will be available through your friendly local game store in February, but Warehouse 23 has a limited supply of him now.
Valor stands 57mm tall, and has a wingspan of 110mm. He is 70mm long with his tail curled and his neck upright.
Some assembly is required. All images here feature Richard Kerr's painting work.
Skeletons MiniaturesThe dead walk . . . and they're coming for you!
The walking skeleton -- grinning malevolence and otherworldly evil -- is a staple of horror and fantasy gaming. Sculpted by the renowned Richard Kerr, Skeletons Miniatures gives you eight classic figures, with the heads and arms separate. Mix and match for the ultimate in variety, and create the skeleton army you want! Arms include everything from knives and swords to deadly modern-day hardware, and extras are provided.
So take a tour through our graveyard . . . Skeletons Miniatures are waiting!
Stock number 13-0200
CerberusCerberus was the mythological three-headed dog guarding the entrance to Hades.
Cerberus stands 34mm tall in its leaping pose, and is 46mm long from outstretched paw to the tip of its tail. The heads, the widest part of its body, are 20mm from right cheek on the right head to left cheek of the left head.
Some assembly is required. Richard Kerr sculpted the Cerberus, and painted the one pictured here.
Stock number 13-2509
Giant AntsScuttling faster than a man can run -- boiling up from below -- inhumanly hungering. Giant ants can spawn from radioactive waste, black magic, or good old fashioned Science Gone Bad!
Each ant stands 21mm tall, and is 48mm long from antenna to tip of the abdomen. Their legs stretch 54mm side to side.
Assembly is required. These giant ants were sculpted by Richard Kerr, and all images here feature his painting work as well.
As a set:
In Greek mythology, a harpy was a loathsome beast with the body of a bird, and a woman's face.
Richard Kerr has created this version, standing 32mm tall.
For a super-sized image of the harpy, click here. Be warned -- not only is she not pretty, she weighs in at almost 4 megs.
Stock number 13-2510