i was doing a spin-off chapter to our Dungeons and Dragons campaign and I wanted to use some goblin pirates I have, but at lvl 3-4 goblins aren’t that scary to the party, so I decided to add a bit of oomph using an old Rackham Buccanner and a new Freebooter Mini I got called Captain Ulgat. Both come with biiiiig guns to bring the hurt! Interesting to see the difference between the old Rackham model painted in a non-metallic mental style, while the Freebooter mini I painted with in fast order with metal metal bits.
I never really got a chance to really get into Confrontation, but I still have a few minis from that time including this badass Captain Krill miniature. He was a natural first choice as the leader of the Goblin Pirates in a game I made for our Dungeons & Dragons campaign,
I bought these guys back when Confrontation was still live game. I actually painted Kolgor 6 years ago, but never got around to paint the two trackers. Now that I’m DMing Dungeons & Dragons, I’ve been able to breathe new life and purpose into these mighty fine orc minis from Rackham in our current campaign.
These Wolfen featured in Chapter 1 of the Dungeons & Dragons campaign: War of the Triplets. I’ve always been a fan of Rackham miniatures, but I must admit the Sacra Vestals minis were a bit of a disappointment. In any case, I speed-painted my way through these three mainly as a backup as the Wolfen were more like victims than enemies in the adventure… buuut just in case the players decided to attack them, I needed the minis. Luckily they didn’t so I haven’t actually used these in the campaign yet.