showcasing my (mainly old school) Conan the Barbarian miniatures, with the odd game thrown in.

showcasing my (mainly old school) Conan the Barbarian miniatures, with the odd game thrown in.
"In the time before the mortgage drank the paycheque, and the rise of the three children, was an age still dreamed of. And unto this came Springinsfeld, destined to paint little lead soldiers and push them round the table."

Tuesday, 30 December 2014

PRIESTS OF SET

Some inhabitants for a planned Temple of Set, two priests from the Minifigs SS range.



I really like the Anubis type mask which reminds me of Suthek from the Doctor Who story 'Pyramids of Mars' (that scared the life out of me).


7 comments:

  1. All Set for gaming I think,sorry awful joke!

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  2. "Sure is stuffy under these animal masks." Splendid priests, sir. I look forward to more about the temple.

    Regards,
    Steve

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  3. They are quite cool, one of my favorite Dr. Who series.

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  4. Cool! I got to meet Gabriel Woolf, the actor who played Sutekh in Doctor Who Pyramids of Mars.

    This is a great blog by the way, I hope you return to posting soon!
    It's unfortunate Garrison closed up shop soon after I discovered them, I was planning on using their minis for my Hyborian gaming too.

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    1. Hi Chad, thanks for the comments and great to have you on board. I regularly look at Maximum Rock and Role Play for Hyborian information and ideas. I have all the figures purchased for about every nation, it's just time that is the old enemy. Juggling other projects as well as work and 3 kids. Anyhow, I will get there in the end so keep an eye out.

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  5. I love this range. Just managed to pick up one more - SS43 Tarun Immortal. There's still gaps on the Lost Minis WIKI if anyone can hep.....

    http://www.miniatures-workshop.com/lostminiswiki/index.php?title=Sword_and_Sorcery

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