Merchant caravans pass through Midlam, from the Western Kingdoms and onto the Eastern ports. Their trade is the lifeblood of Midlam, bringing wealth, spices and knowledge. But to reach Midlam, the caravans must first pass through the Western Wastelands. These stark, inhospitable lands have many dangers.
Striking without warning, the Hobgoblin Raiding Party, causes chaos and terror, before fleeing just as quickly, with whatever they can carry. There attacks are frequent and persistent, and although they have no chance of destroying a caravan, they risk jeopardising the caravan's returns, and the very trade routes themselves.
The Baron has set off with a group of his best warriors, to defeat the Hobgoblin Raiding Party. Will you join him?
Hobgoblin Raiding Party
A collection of ten 28mm scale Hobgoblin Miniatures for all of your fantasy adventures.
Join us as we add Hobgoblins to Midlam's Monstrous Roster. Our Hobgoblins, are tall, upright, civilised and war-like.
Want us to Return to Hobgoblins Next Year?
We've been very pleased with the love for our new Hobgoblins! Thank you all so much! Should we reach £4,200, then we will immediately commission a new set of Hobgoblins for a Kickstarter we will launch next year!
Hobgoblin Raiding Party - Stretch Goal Reached - Niva Gruul Unlocked!
We are pleased to announce that the stretch goal for the Hobgoblin Raiding Party has been unlocked! We will include one Niva Gruul with every reward that contains the full pledge for the Hobgoblin Raiding Party and two set and those that choose Two Hobgoblin Raiding Party's Attack!, will receive two Niva Gruul Miniatures.
The Niva Gruul miniature will be available to anyone select as one of their rewards for the single or double miniature rewards.
Will there be a Stretch Goal?
We typically announce a modest (and most importantly - achievable!) stretch goal a week or so into the campaign.
UPDATE - Stretch Goal Added!
Can you Include...?
Most of the project is designed in advance, so it's often difficult to add last minute miniatures, but we're always happy to take suggestions for future miniatures and projects. Should a project be successful enough, we will look at returning to it, usually the following year.
A Note on Metal
The miniatures are cast in a high quality pewter, with a high Tin content, but may contain a small quantity of lead (typically no more than 5%). We unfortunately cannot guarantee lead free models. Below is an actual picture of the shiny high quality metal we use.
Risks and challenges
Risks are low, though there is always a small chance that, for one reason or another, a figure does not cast properly. Such is the nature of the strange and arcane alchemy behind miniature production.
In these unlikely circumstances, we would either get a replacement mould or commission a sculpt by the original sculptor, matching the original as closely as possible, with whatever modifications are necessary for the miniatures to cast correctly.
Should this happen, the estimated release date for all miniatures could be pushed back by a month or two until any problem was fixed.Learn about accountability on Kickstarter
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