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Medieval Armies Artpack

Posted: Tue May 05, 2009 5:04 pm
by heruca
This artpack, called "Medieval Armies", consists of assorted troops (footsoldiers, cavalry units, leaders, corpses, etc.), all rendered in 5 unique homogenous styles, allowing you to depict five different armies or warring factions.

All 98 figures in this 8.2 MB artpack come pre-sized and pre-rotated for use in Battlegrounds. They've all been scaled to match each other in relative size, and are all high-resolution (122 pixels per cell), so they won't pixelate even at full zoom in BRPG (the first preview image below is only at 150% zoom). The figures are suitable for a game scale of 3 feet per hex (and 5 feet per square, too, of course).

Even when you don't need an army, many of these figures can be used to represent city guards, local lords, or even PCs, so they should be useful in a number of games.

Anyone using BRPG for medieval or fantasy wargaming is bound to want this artpack. :)

The "Medieval Armies" artpack costs $10 for GMs (but, like all artpacks, is free for players). However, it is available for the first two weeks at an introductory price of $9. Half of the proceeds will go to Alynnalizza (the artist), and the other half to support continued development of BRPG. And if this artpack does well, Alynnalizza is almost certainly going to create more artpacks in the future.

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Below are preview images of the other four armies/factions. All were taken at 200% zoom, so you can see all the detail.

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Posted: Thu May 07, 2009 6:49 pm
by kato42
Yummy!

Posted: Sun May 10, 2009 10:24 pm
by heruca
Just in case some people mistook this thread for a very similar "sneak preview" post I made, I would like to clarify that this artpack has now been released, and is available on the Store page.

Posted: Mon Jul 13, 2009 6:41 am
by rrvistas
Now all we need to start playing CryHavok is an artpack with armed peasants and women. :)

Posted: Mon Jul 20, 2009 1:48 pm
by Kepli
This is an awesome pack 8) :D

Posted: Mon Jul 20, 2009 2:17 pm
by heruca
It truly is. Which is why I'm surprised it isn't selling much.

Just looking at the preview pics again makes me want to play some sort of skirmish game. Perhaps I'll run one during the next FUMcon...

Posted: Mon Jul 20, 2009 8:45 pm
by Alynnalizza
Kato, Kepli,

Thank you. I had a fun time making this pack and have more in mind. :D

Hmm, Armed peasants, serfs, and others. Sounds interesting.

Thanks,
Jeff

Posted: Tue Jul 21, 2009 2:14 pm
by Kepli
I am already creating a sub-plot that involves a lot of these tokens :D

BTW I usually use your tokens for PCs and NPCs :wink:
Do you take commissions?

Posted: Tue Jul 21, 2009 2:20 pm
by Alynnalizza
Kepli wrote:I am already creating a sub-plot that involves a lot of these tokens :D

BTW I usually use your tokens for PCs and NPCs :wink:
Do you take commissions?
Yep, commissions of sorts. Depending on number and the like I am always willing to have a look. :D

Posted: Tue Jul 21, 2009 2:47 pm
by Kepli
I could ask for specific characters, so my group can each have their own unique token, but they already like the ones they picked from your tokens.
However, what I miss is a good Pirate token pack.
Not just human, elf, dwarf, gnome and halfling pirates, but perhaps also some Orc, Goblin, Sahuagin, Minotaurs, Scrags (Sea trolls), Sea Elves, Hadozee (see Stormwrack handbook), Malenti (Sahuagin who look like Sea Elves), Merrow (sea Ogres), Darfellan (also Stormwrack).
And of course loads of sea monsters :)

The main bad guys are a Minotaur Pirate King, a few mages and priests and some high level fighters.

Posted: Tue Jul 21, 2009 3:26 pm
by Alynnalizza
Hmm, interesting list. I'll have to see what I have. :D