Miniatures and terrain are not for everyone, but many gamers like to enhance the visual experience of their game or require physical portrayals of the action for tactical reasons. If you’re looking for miniatures and terrain for a Wild West game, look no further, this article is your ultimate resource. I will highlight few of my favorite figures/lines. At the end of the article you can find a Wild West Miniatures Database that compiles 70+ different miniature and terrain lines
Paizo  and WizKids  announced the Pathfinder Battles pre-painted miniature line yesterday,  just a few days before GenCon 2011, so I expect they will have samples at their […]
In this installment of Miniatures & Terrain Series, I provide a simple database of manufacturers of miniatures of what I’m calling non-heroic scales (everything but the D&D 25mm-28mm standard). But don’t let the name deceive you, there are some very heroic minis available within these scales.
So you purchased the perfect mini for your character, but it is currently just a heap of white metal in a plastic blister pack. Oh, and it uses a scimitar instead of that awesome two-handed falchion your character likes to use to split enemies in twain, but it is close enough to perfect… and you can literally picture what it will look like painted and finished in your head.
Besides dice, miniatures are probably the next most recognizable roleplaying accouterments found at the gaming table. Minis, a vestige of RPGs wargaming roots, are often more than just a physical means for representing characters. For many, the collecting and painting of minis are a hobby within the hobby.
Mad Brew is on the hunt for terrain and cardstock to build engaging locations to adventure in. Adding three dimensional dressing to the table can do a lot to enhance immersion during gameplay, but it is also time consuming and bulky.