Post by venomousfiligree on Feb 19, 2016 11:11:07 GMT -9
Hi PERMES, with the current Conan Kickstarter in full swing (and looking to be in the top 10 RPG Kickstarters of all time), any thoughts on doing some more "historical" miniatures that can be used with Conan too?
■ AQUILONIA: Medieval France ■ ARGOS: Merchant-ruled Italy ■ ASGARD AND VANAHEIM (NORDHEIM): Viking-age Denmark or Norway ■ BARACHAN ISLES: The Caribbean Islands, particularly Tortuga ■ BORDER KINGDOM: Baltic countries such as Estonia or Latvia ■ BOSSONIAN MARCHES: Medieval Wales and/or Scotland ■ BRYTHUNIA: Medieval Germany, Poland, or Lithuania ■ CIMMERIA: Gaelic Ireland and Scotland ■ CORINTHIA: Southern medieval Europe ■ DARFAR, KESHAN, KUSH, PUNT, ZEMBABWEI, AND THE BLACK KINGDOMS: Ancient African kingdoms such as Darfur, Nubia, Kush, Somaliland, Zimbabwe, and others ■ HYPERBOREA: Medieval Rus (Russia), particularly Novgorod ■ HYRKANIA: A cross between Mongolia and Scythia ■ IRANISTAN: Caliphate Iran ■ KHAURAN AND KHORAJA: Both are the equivalent of the Crusader kingdoms in the Middle East, such as Outremer and Jerusalem ■ KHITAI: Feudal-era China ■ KOTH: The Byzantine Empire ■ NEMEDIA: The Germanic Holy Roman Empire ■ OPHIR: Medieval southern Europe ■ PICTISH WILDERNESS: A combination of Scotland and Native American North America ■ SHEM: The west is the Iron Age Levant (Canaan) and Assyria, and the east is Arabian ■ STYGIA: Ancient Egypt ■ TURAN: Seljuk Turks ■ VENDHYA: Mughal India ■ ZAMORA: Arabian Nights-inspired Baghdad ■ ZINGARA: Reconquista-era Spain
Then in fact some of these "factions" are already covered - although not all as 28-30mm (for example PERMES Egyptians or some Eastern European warriors which are available only as 60mm Paper Figurines and needs some substantial update/recolouring before releasing)
But what is bothering me is potential copyright issues - have to check out if these specific names could be used without any problems...
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