Sticking to our promise of revealing the next Stretch Goal (#2), we introduce "Scourge". Scourge is made from translucent bright yellow plastic! Let's begin with our reveal -
Braziers are found in temples, altars or in dungeons that require light for long durations. Our standard iron and bronze brazier can be lit or unlit since the flames are actually removable! You can use the flames as a campfire or for outlining a wall of flame = pure hotness! The alternate of this brazier has a stone stand instead of iron for those fancier temples.
Our Lightning Bug looks like a giant standard stag beetle, until it charges up with a brightly glowing thorax and gets ready to zap you!
The Persian Scourge, can double as an adventurer with a sun sword (bright clear yellow plastic), or as a slaver / task master in it's standard red and black paint job!
Beware the glowing phosphorescent waters for below awaits the Shoctopus! Who doesn't love giant octopods (I looked this up, you thought I was going to say octopi didn't you)? They're so cuddly and huggable! This particular one also has a very shocking grasp, and is thusly named the Shoctopus!
Here there be Alternates -
We've also decided to reveal some additional concept art for the upcoming sets beyond our 2nd Stretch Goal.
From the Tundra (Stretch #3) comes the voracious Peryton! These creatures cast the shadow of a man, it's inexplicably strange, but true!
From the land of Zhin (Stretch #4) we're introducing the common Farmer. Outfitted with a staff and satchel he's usable as a monk, adventurer or traveler.
Our Damsel figure will fit in at the Market (Stretch #5) or with our Town Folk from previous releases. Her pose implies that she's either apprehensive, dancing or perhaps casting a spell...
Baba Yaga's bed and breakfast Hut (Stretch Goal #6) - for those adventurers on the go! This ratty old bed is simple, quilted (it's shown plain, but is planned to be quilted) and disheveled, just what every inn keeper or witch needs! There's enough room for two, or a greedy dwarf.
Greenknee Goblin Necromancer is included in our Adventures (Stretch #7) set based on our online comic. He's evil, he wears a dark black robe, he carries a wicked axe and he's got a big grin - what's not to like!
From the Kraken (Stretch #8) we have the Grindylow Trapper. Outfitted with this fetchingly wonderful net, he struts his stuff in the deep sea seeking out unwary fishermen or mermaids alike.
That concludes our reveal and spoilers for now, hope you liked em!