Fire and Brimstone

I have finished another four of the medieval demons produced by Antediluvian Miniatures. This lot is carrying handgonnes, a sort of cannon on a stick that originated as early as the 13th century. In game terms, where appropriate blackpowder weapons might be missing, I’ll use the crossbow rules to represent them.

Four multicoloured demons with horns carrying primitive firearms

Hellish firepower

A red skinned and a green skinned demon standing back to back

Covering your six six six

Two demons with faces covering their bodies aiming guns in opposite directions

Who wants some more?

16 thoughts on “Fire and Brimstone

  1. “Covering your six six six”, hahaha! Nice colors on these. Love the purple to blue transition down the one guy’s arm. Sweet looking minis overall!

    • Thank you! Quite happy with the colour mix myself. I don’t want them to look too garish overall, so I painted two of them in more earthy skin tones.

    • Glad you like them! Tunnels & Trolls completely passed by me – my roleplaying years fell into the gap where it wasn’t being published it seems. But then I didn’t play much D&D either and the fantasy genre was mainly covered off by WFRP and MERP.

    • Thank you, I was going through a bit of a painting drought, but not that they are finished I am very happy with their look as a diabolical fireteam.

    • Thanks! When they popped up on Kickstarter, I couldn’t resist picking up the lot, it was such a fun idea and top notch execution. I have since added a few individual models from their webstore, definitely recommended for good service.

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