Wednesday, 25 August 2010

LOTR August 2010 Releases: Hurin The Tall & Dunlending Musician

Mithril has released at the end of August 2010 two new miniatures as part of the Fellowship club series. Hurin the Tall is the Warden of the Keys of Minas Tirith.

The Dunlending Musician used his carnyx instrument to signal orders to the Dunlending horde, as well as to demoralise the enemy and raise moral of their own armies.
Saruman stirred up a lot of racial mistrust and old hatred between the Dunlending wildmen and the people of Rohan, and during the War of the Rings they plundered and destroyed as they marched across Rohan before eventually being defeated.
As with all Fellowship miniatures released since 2005, these were suggested by club members and voted on in a monthly poll on the Mithril forum.
If you want your idea to become reality join the Fellowship club today.

Wednesday, 11 August 2010

More Warzone Miniatures released in August.

Prince August has a treat in store for our Warzone Mutant Chronicles wargamers. 4 factions in this brutal universe have gained new allies, and we have a small amount of weapon packs for making your battlefield more authentic.

  • Brotherhood Assassin,
  • Brotherhood Inquisitor Majoris,
  • Brotherhood Trooper with Heavy Weapon,
  • Brotherhood Pilgrim Executioner,
  • Bauhaus Max Steiner,
  • Venusian Ranger Kapitan,
  • Weapons Packs (multi faction use),
  • Dark Legion Zenithian Slaughtermaster,
  • Necromutant with Tormentor,
  • Tribes of Earth 'Sons of Rasputin' Jaegar Commando Soldat

Wednesday, 4 August 2010

2 NEW LOTR Fellowship miniatures released.

Mithril Miniatures has just released 2 more 32mm scale metal miniatures based on the races of Middle-earth from the The Hobbit and The Lord of the Rings books.
Narvi the Dwarven Stonemason was responsible for carving the doors of Moria. This beautiful miniature shows him diligently sculpting and carving away another pillar.

The Sindarin Bard is one of the ruling minority of Elves that reside in places like Mirkwood Forest. Legolas was a Sindarin Elf for example. Bards were honoured professionals amoung the music loving Elves, and with their long lives and massive history they were never short of material for their songs and tales.

Both miniatures are primed and ready to paint. Some assembly is required.
These were the February and March 2010's winning ideas from the Fellowship Club. They were suggested and voted on by the members of that club.
If you want to take part in the next months ideas then join the club today for only 20.90 Euro, and gain a free miniature (Aragorn and the Palantir) and 5 Tengwar magazines (filled with information on the Mithril vision of Middle-earth).