From the point of view of your average tabletop wargame, you really can’t go wrong with Undead Miniatures. These are the best models you can use to represent dead soldiers, zombies and other undead enemies in your war games. However, as with any army, it’s important to balance them out so that they don’t look too ‘out of place’. That’s what this article is about. We’re going to take a look at some of the best war scenes you could use for your Undead Miniatures, and how to balance them out properly.
First, we’ll cover the standard miniatures. These are the typical plastic undead miniatures that you find in any games stores. There are also some resin ones, and those are great as well. The standard ones usually come with a number of stretch goals, as well as the standard sized plastic undead soldier in a box. Here’s a list of those stretch goals for Undead Miniatures you may encounter:
o undead image 1 – This one isn’t actually an undead miniature. It’s called’undead miniatures skirmish’. It comes with instructions, a painting guide and some plastic stake units. If you want to get more involved with your Undead Miniatures, the painting guide can help you with that, as well as the plastic stake units. This is a perfect introduction level to creating your own miniatures if you’re thinking about creating visually interesting undead soldiers, or zombies. Plus it’s a great way to add a little bit of variety to your Undead Miniatures collection.
o undead image 2 – This one isn’t actually part of a miniatures set. It’s called ‘ghouls’. It comes with instructions, a painting guide and three plastic stake units. This is another exciting add-on for your Undead Miniatures that will add a little bit of variety to your collection.
o undead image 3 – This one is actually part of the ghouls set. You can use it to create more variety in your collection, and there’s only one undead image included in the set. It comes with instructions, a plastic stake unit and three mini undead ghouls. This is a very inexpensive addition to your Undead Miniatures collection that will give you many options when it comes to choosing your Ghouls.
o Undead miniatures skirmish sets – This is an excellent choice if you have larger sized miniatures in your collection. It comes with instructions, a plastic stake and three miniature miniatures. This is a great way to expand your collection without buying additional miniatures that may not fit into your miniature warband.
o Warbands – This is another good choice for increasing your collection size. This is a big box which contains all the warbands that are available for purchase. Inside you’ll find a mini plastic model of each of the warbands. They come with detailed stat cards, and a miniature figure of the warband. This is the perfect addition to any Undead miniatures set, and it comes at a very reasonable price. This also makes it easier to choose warbands because you can see a close up image of each.
As you can see, there are a lot of options to increase the size of your collection without spending a lot of money. If you’re just starting out, or expanding your collection, a good choice is miniatures. It is an easy hobby to get started in, and once you gain experience, you can look into other options as well. Just make sure you do plenty of research so that you don’t end up with miniatures that you don’t really like!
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