I'm so happy finally seeing Otherworld bringing out Pickford monsters again. They've focused way to much on PCs/NPCs, if you ask me. Not that Kev Adams, David Soderquist, Patrick Keith, John Winter and Ian Mountain didn't do a spectacular job doing the Adventures-range, but to me, Otherworld has always been all about the monsters - and Pickford monsters in particular.
The two newly released monsters are the long awaited Xorn and the Landshark.
Xorn, is my all time favorite D&D monster and I am so pleased, that Otherworld has asked John to do him. That said, the Land-shark *cough* Bulette *cough* (as most will know it as) is a real piece of art. It's an incredible, huge and a most beautiful sculpted piece, so I'll forgive them casting it in resin. .
Otherworld Miniatures: DM33 – Xorn
|DM33 Xorn blister pack|
Otherworld Miniatures: WE22 – Landshark
|WE22 Land-shark blister pack|
Till then, check it out at the Otherworld online store. And while there, perhaps you might like to take a look at Otherworld Fantasy Skirmish rulebook, now on pre-order (as it looks very, very tempting) :)
@ Wouter Wolput, the Lan-Shark it a big chunky piece.58mm long - 42mm high - and quickly made this comparison for you:
|OW Goblin, Citadel Dwarf, Land-Shark, Crusuader Gladiator, Foundry Viking, WWW2 Red Skull (all 3 true scale 28mm)|
Can't say much about that Xorn, but the landshark looks both amazing and cute.ReplyDelete
Useful in a lot of games. Any chance for a size comparison with a regular 28mm mini?
Made a small edit to the post - just for you, my friend :)Delete
That Land Shark is a MUST HAVE!!! Too excellent.ReplyDelete
It's a master piece, that's for sure.Delete
You're quite right about OW getting back into the monster business. Not a moment too soon.ReplyDelete
Hopefully, it's the start of another monster-era :)Delete
Thanks for showing the parts of the wonderful Xorn! It makes it easier to decide to buy it!!ReplyDelete