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    TAG Wiggy

    I know some folk have posted links to minis pages, but individual threads quickly get lost. So this is a sticky one anyone can post to.

    Saxons & Vikings by Gripping Beast and Studio Tomahawk – includes individual heroes and bards
    Individual hero types by Crusader Collections

    Triple Ace Games Creative Director


    Here are some links to miniatures I like.

    Fenris stock some of the Bronze Age miniatures Vikings

    And they also have some Norse themed undead

    Oathsworn are great for dwarves (including a Rune mage) and Engros

    I have a lot of Westwind Nordvolk, although I know they are not to everyone’s tastes with their very bushy beards. Although they also do some historical miniatures which are smaller wargame sized, similar size to Gripping Beast

    For Frost Giants I use Scotia Grendel Barbarian Warpers (please note I purchased these a long time ago, so I don’t know what this company is like to mail order from)

    Red Box do some lovely miniatures. Although they are quite small compared to 28mm fantasy figures. I got mine in the UK from Artemis Blacks


    Wargames Factory do a good range of plastic dark age models

    Conquest Games have a range of Dark Ages models including characters and cavalry.

    Finally Revell do a 1:50 viking ship model in plastic, you can get them on Amazon for a small fee.

    "Life's a game; play to win." -Shaw family motto.


    For those of you who might be interested in some wizards in winter clothing, or a generic box of plastics, North Star have just launched their Frostgrave pre-order “Nickstarter”


    Foundary do several fantastic rangers including a viking range.

    Also for fans of the show, your very own Ragnar model!/Ragnar-the-Viking/p/49790179/category=5901135

    "Life's a game; play to win." -Shaw family motto.


    Hi all,

    I’ve become fond of Arc Knight’s flat plastic miniatures.

    Sure they’re not 3D but they are durable, easy to transport and relatively cheap.
    Wow – I sound like an add campaign! Sorry! 🙂


    Gripping Beast has super cheap Dark Age minis (there are around 40 miniatures per 20 pounds box so you might want to co-op with somebody when buying)

    Macrocosm has a range of Viking/Normann Dwarves and some Goblins (which I have and they are awesome, but not on their shop page for some reason).

    Poundworld Orcs are miniatures perfect for repainting as Frost Giants

    Okumarts Games have cool-looking viking paper miniatures

    Battle Skald from occupied Vestmark


    I hope I am not breaking any rules, but there are currently 2 cool kickstarters with miniatures perfect for Hellfrost.

    Winter Adventures

    Goblin Hood which ends in 4 days

    Both are in the UK, both give you pretty cheap minis

    Battle Skald from occupied Vestmark


    V&V miniatures do some great Viking, Anglo-Saxon, and Norman miniatures (Resin). Including female vikings that are practically armored and not pinups. They are made for Saga but IMO they are slightly better quality than the Griping Beast Plastics and far better than their metals.


    Warlord Games ( make tons of cool miniatures, including lots of Saxons, Vikings and Normans. They also have a range of fantasy miniatures for their game Frostgrave, which are so Hellfrost it’s ridiculous 🙂

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