Fade is one of those Kingdom Death releases including game content. The baby she’s holding is an actual item you can carry in-game. To discover what she does, you’ll have to play ! Anyway, a newborn is not a theme you see everyday in a miniature.
Here’s a Kingdom Death take on a classic character – Percival. Interestingly enough, there’s no twisted angle involving lots of hands, but a mere sex switch. Percival the lady knight, in her plastic incarnation :
Yet another batch of miniatures with promo content for Kingdom Death: Monster, but this time set in the canon world of KD. They picture a little story involving the same character. The first to be published was “Beyond” the Wall, and later came “Before” the Wall. Before the Wall : Beyond…
Another couple of promotional miniatures from Kingdom Death, this time in a sci-fi setting. The White Speaker : The Twilight Knight : A group shot :
Here’s another promotional miniature from Kingdom Death. Released in on of the “White boxes” that add gameplay elements to the game while remaining promotional material. The detective Twilight Knight :
Here’s a weird bunch of Kingdom Death miniatures. Those are promo survivors homaging other characters. Messenger of the Spiral Path : Messenger of the First Story : Messenger of Courage : Kara Black :
Here’s a seasonal couple of Pinups in the spirit of Easter. One if 35mm, while her sitting on eggs companion is 52mm.
Here’s the first Kingdom Death adventure into the Bust world ! The Primal Huntress.
The Flower Witch is an axquisite and delicate model from Kingdom Death. Here we had the chance to (re) paint it not once, but twice ! There’s a good witch, and a bad witch. It should be easy to tell them apart.
What’s better than Kingdom Death miniatures ? 54mm Kingdom Death miniatures. Here’s a few of them. Dragon Sacrifice Pinup : Twilight Knight Pinup : Preacher Pinup : White Speaker Pinup : And a little group shot :