Lizardmen armies, eldritch monstrosities, and sneaky Skaven. Come check out this week’s batch of Kickstarter highlights!
First up this week is a campaign for the Second Edition re-release of the popular Venetian zombie survival game, Carnival Zombie. The city of Venice is collapsing into the sea as an ancient leviathan rampages in the waters below. Worse still, zombies roam the streets devouring any humans they come across. You and your friends have three days to find an escape route, avoid collapsing architecture, and fight through hordes of the undead before the leviathan finishing swallowing the ground beneath your feet. You can buy the core game, and all the new content, for $96.
The Dreams in the Witch House is a collection of resin miniatures inspired by the works of H.P. Lovecraft. The whole set consists of Lovecraft, Walter Gilman, Keziah Mason, Brown Jenkin, Herbert West, The Black Man, and Nyarlathotep. You can get all seven for $131.
The Sharp Tails is this week’s obligatory fantasy football team currently looking for funding on Kickstarter. This resin team of ratmen includes a Rat Ogre, six Linemen, four Runners, two Blitzers, and two Throwers. The add-ons and stretch goals feature additional miniatures and a variety of accessories, including a sewer themed pitch. You can grab the whole team for $73.
Last Sword Miniatures is back with everything you need to make a brand new Lizardmen army. The campaign features miniatures that would make suitable proxies for Skinks, Saurus Warriors, a Solar Engine, Kroxigors, Slann, and a variety of heroes and leaders. The miniatures are cast in a flexible, resin-like plastic material. Pledges start at $36 for a detachment of 12 infantry.
Midlam Miniatures is another Kickstarter regular that is back with a new set of 28mm metal miniatures. The set consists of 20 undead Halflings representing a variety of classic horror archetypes, including necromancers, zombies, skeletons, werewolves, flesh golems, vampires, and mummies. You can grab the whole batch for $61.
Finally, we come to a campaign featuring three massive dragon models by Draco Studios. Each dragon is cast in resin, and the largest is 200mm tall. You can expect to pay around $80 each, or buy the STL files to print them yourself for $25.
~Which Of These Campaigns Caught Your Attention?