Friday, 8 November 2019

Fighting Fantasy Legends: 28mm Resin Miniatures has funded on Kickstarter!

Congratulations to Dan and the team at Atlantis Miniatures, and thank you to everyone who backed their recent Kickstarter. The good news is, the new range of Fighting Fantasy Legends resin miniatures has funded at almost three times its original funding goal, and will be released next autumn.

Atlantis Miniatures have also confirmed that there will be a free PDF painting guide that will advise you how best to paint figures such as the Bloodbeast, the Shapechanger and the Lizard King. This will be available for download, for free, from their online store during the shipping stage of the project. And for those people who pledged to receive the Titan Box, there will be a printed version of the painting guide.

If you missed out have no fear, for plans are afoot to offer late pledgers the chance to get on board too.


Tuesday, 5 November 2019

Fighting Fantasy Legends - 24 hours to go!

The Fighting Fantasy Legends Kickstarter by Atlantis Miniatures has just 24 hours left to run, so make sure you don't miss out and pledge your support today!


The best news is that all the Stretch Goals have now been unlocked, including Urzle Ironface from Ian Livingstone's new Fighting Fantasy gamebook, Assassins of Allansia!


And work has even begun on a new Lizard King miniature.


Friday, 1 November 2019

Gods and Monsters

A brief reminder that Steve Jackson and Ian Livingstone, the co-creators of the Fighting Fantasy gamebook series, will be at the Forbidden Planet Megastore in London tomorrow, Saturday 2nd November 2019, signing the latest Fighting Fantasy releases from Scholastic Books from 2:00-3:00pm.


And don't forget, the Fighting Fantasy Legends Kickstarter by Atlantis Miniatures has only 5 days left to run, and is already 263% funded! Don't miss out on your chance to receive some Kickstarter exclusive offers and pledge your support today!


Lastly, if you would like your own Fighting Fantasy Fest T-shirt, simply click the image below.