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Center Stage Miniatures have just a couple days left for their Tomb of Horrors II Kickstarter campaign. They've got some greens they're showing off for the minis they've funded with the campaign.


From the campaign:

Received pictures of the Sea Serpent (Fanged) today from Martin Jones, and it looks like this figure is shaping up to be closer to (H) sized than (L) sized. That makes it a win-win for backers, as I'm not changing anything about its price or trade-ability.

Center Stage Miniatures has started a new Kickstarter campaign to make more monsters from the famous Tomb of Horrors (and more). They've more than made their goal already, so it's stretch goals for the next 24 days.


From the campaign:

We're back with even more monstrosities from Frog God Games' Tome of Horrors Complete. 99% metal, 100% old school!

Torn Armor posted up another update on how things are going with the project in the wake of the situation with Defiance.
As of this posting, there has not been any sort of response from Defiance.


From the update:

All -

I was going to post an update tonight showing you all of the maps that will be available in the game and a breakdown of all the printed components, but some news came in today that may well dominate what I have to say. So let's start with the news and see if the maps will get posted tomorrow ;)

While "the industry" has a few bad apples, from time to time a company rises up out of the gloom as "one of the good ones." The following companies are examples of this:
Center Stage Miniatures has their new Chaos Giant available over in their webshop.


From the release:

Sculpted by Jason Wiebe.

Painted by Martin Jones.

Model stands 120mm from the integral base to the top of the spiked club. Can easily mount onto a 60mm base for display or gameplay purposes. Cast in high-quality gray resin.

Center Stage Miniatures does think a Sharknado is scary enough, so they've given the shark legs. Check out the green for the Spawn of Dajobas.


From the preview:

There are lesser weresharks, and then there are their much larger cousins. Sculpted by Jason Wiebe and part of the RAZOR COAST range of licensed miniatures.

Center Stage Miniatures posted up a preview green of their Asmodeus model they've been working on.

From the preview:

Only one more sculpt to complete the entire Demons/Devils Kickstarter - the King of Evil Dragons. Here is Federico Genovese's final sculpt for the project, Asmodeus, ruler of Hell!

Center Stage Miniatures has one week left in their Tome of Horrors Kickstarter. They've made it well above funding level and have posted up some greens their sculptors have been working on.

From the update:

Two more completed Kickstarter greens, the Jaculi and Iron Cobra. Both sculpted by Drew Willliams.

Center Stage Miniatures is showing off WIP greens for their Lashing Prince of Lies.

From the preview:

One of the final greens from the Demons/Devils Kickstarter. 94mm Tall!

Center Stage Miniatures has a photo up of an Eye Killer they're working on.

From the preview:

An EYE KILLER work-in-progress picture. One of the first miniatures from our Tome of Horrors Complete Kickstarter. Still needs lots of details on the wings and snake body. By Nicolas Genovese.

Center Stage Miniatures has posted some more stretch goals for their Tome of Horrors Kickstarter campaign.

From the update:

At the $47.5K funding level, we add 3 more miniatures - a pair of Inphidians (one normal and one Death Adder Priest) and a Foo Dog free to all pledge rewards packages of $200+. They will be available as swaps for the $25 and $50 packages, and swaps OR $5 add-ons at the $75 and $100 level.

Today's funding goal to achieve the "bonus" stretch miniature will be $26,000. In order to unlock this special miniature, the $26,000 needs to be achieved before 12:01 a.m. on Wednesday, May 8th. Remember, this special "bonus" is included FREE at both the $100 and $200 reward levels. It would be available as an add-on or swap at the $75 level, and a swap at the $25/50 level.

Center Stage Miniatures and Frog God Games has launched a Kickstarter in order to fund a line of 28mm miniatures for the Tome of Horrors.

From the campaign:

28mm fantasy miniatures compatible with Swords & Wizardry and Pathfinder based on the Tome of Horrors Complete by Frog God Games.

Center Stage Miniatures is showing off pictures of their Undead Prince funded by their Kickstarter project.

From the preview:

Demons/Devils Kickstarter. Sculpted by Federico Genovese.

Center Stage Miniatures has 5 days left in their Torn World Kickstarter. To try and reach some higher stretch goals, they've added some new minis to various pledge levels.

From the update:

With under a week left in the TORN WORLD miniatures Kickstarter, it's time to put it all out there. I want to get as many TORN WORLD miniatures into circulation as possible, and the best way to do that is to support this Kickstarter. the spirit of great deals and lots of rewards...
At the $100 pledge level, all backers will receive a PERYTON in addition to all of the miniatures in the $100 pledge rewards.

At the $150 pledge level, all backers will receive a PERYTON and (3) BARBARIANS in addition to all of the miniatures in the $100 pledge rewards.

Center Stage Miniatures has a little over a week in their Torn World Kickstarter. They've posted up greens of Red and some artwork for their next stretch goal.

From the update:

I think you'll agree she's one spooky little girl! And she's also a special character in the upcoming "Torn Armor" tabletop skirmish game.

If you'd like to see many more miniatures like Red unlocked, please consider backing our Torn World RPG miniatures Kickstarter. I've seen some of these projects more than quadruple in less than a few days...imagine how many of these miniatures we could unlock if we ended at $20K?

Center Stage Miniatures is looking to really get some funding behind them for their Torn World minis set on Kickstarter. They've made it to their base goal and have unlocked some extra stretch goals.

From the update:

I want to see these miniatures made - all the way up to the $90K level.

"How can we do that in just 17 days?" you might be wondering.
How about we unlock the next four stretch goals for you - which would include the Blackwater Mage, Tesla the Gnome, Red and the Lich King, and start with the Mad Doctor as the $7K stretch goal?

That would mean there are 7 miniatures unlocked...and we're well on our way to many more of the dark fairy tale characters!

Center Stage Miniatures has launched their Torn World Kickstarter campaign in order to fund a line of 28mm fantasy models.
Note: Not all photos in the link are work-safe.

From the campaign:

Close your eyes and try to imagine a place where what you know isn't exactly what it seems. A land where your nightmares walk the earth next to you and the spirits of whimsy are only a breath away.

This is the Torn World - a sometimes sadistic yet often breathtaking campaign setting for fantasy role-playing games..

It's our goal to bring Torn World 28mm metal miniatures to your tabletop.

With the permission and generous support of game designers Alyssa Faden and Jack Cull, Center Stage Miniatures has DOZENS of miniatures planned for this Kickstarter. And with your support, we can see each one through to production.

Center Stage Miniatures posted up a photo of the Lemures from their recent Kickstarter.

From the update:

A trio of Lemures, from our Demons & Devils Kickstarter. sculpted by Federico Genovese. Painted by Kristina Herbst.

Center Stage Miniatures is on the last couple days of their Kickstarter campaign. They wanted $1k. They're getting close to $40k, which means all the stretch goals!

From the campaign:

The $75 pledge level nets you over 30 demon and devil miniatures based on old school D&D artwork, with additional stretch goals right around the corner. Add ons are available for many iconic demon and devil lords, including Asmodeus, Demogorgon and Tiamat. Check it out!

Center Stage Miniatures has started a new Kickstarter to add some Demons and Devils to the lineup.

From the campaign:

Center Stage Miniatures, which has been producing "old school" miniatures for fantasy RPGs since 2009, launched their first Kickstarter project on September 15th...and in 3 days, they've broken the $8K mark!

Center Stage Miniatures put up their September releases over on their website.

Center Stage Miniatures released their new Water Weird model. Be careful where you go to drink.

From the website:

The well looks innocent enough. Perhaps it once provided water to the denizens of the lower levels, but now it sits in ruin, covered in moss and lichen. Will this deep well be full of sustenance for weary adventurers....or sudden death, at the hands of a draconic water elemental?

Includes 2-part resin casting. Well is cast in durable gray resin; the Weird itself is cast in translucent blue resin.

Sculpted by Jason Wiebe

Center Stage Miniatures has a couple new models they're releasing over on their website.

From the website:

NOTE: Although called "Ogres," these miniatures stand only slightly taller than a 25mm human.

Models come with their own integral base but can easily be mounted on a 30mm plastic base for display or gaming purposes. Plastic bases not included.

Center Stage Miniatures put up a new Baphomet, Lord of Minotaurs model in their webstore. Get your other Minotaurs in line with him around.

From the release:

Sculpted by Jason Wiebe. This miniature stands an imposing 65mm tall from the base to the tip of the highest horn.

Cast in durable, high-quality GREY RESIN. Display base not included, model stands on its own integral base. Model supplied unassembled and unpainted.

Center Stage Miniatures is now accepting pre-orders for their Glacial Wyrm:

From their announcement:

CSM-007, Glacial Wyrm, sculpted by Jason Wiebe, is now available for pre-order at

It's been a long wait, but the final product is definitely worth it! We're waiting on the master castings to arrive this week, with the actual miniatures slated to start shipping at the end of this month.

As a large (and heavy!) model, the Glacial Wyrm's regular price will be $34.95, but until we've got actual castings on hand, it will be available for a pre-order price of $29.95.

Center Stage Miniatures is a small, privately owned miniatures company dedicated to producing high quality 28mm fantasy gaming miniatures for ‘old school’ role-playing games and collectors.

Center Stage Miniatures Announces Black Friday Sale:

From their announcement:


Bookmark our eCrater store at and get ready for BLACK FRIDAY! One day only, from 12:00 a.m. to 11:59 p.m the day after Thanksgiving, ALL Center Stage and Secret Skeleton Miniatures are ON SALE FROM 20-50% off! Flat rate US shipping of $5.95, no matter how many items you purchase. Remember, this sale will only last 24 hours and will feature the lowest prices we've offered ALL YEAR LONG.

Some examples:
CSG-001 - Mountain Giant - Regular Price $16.95 - Sale Price $10.00
CSM-001 - Dracolisk - Regular Price - $21.95 - Sale Price - $15.00
CSM-009 - Mimics - Regular Price $8.95 - Sale Price - $5.00
CSM-011 - Stirges (6x) - Regular Price - $9.95 - Sale Price - $6.00
SSM-0801 - Lizardman Warrior - Regular Price - $5.49 - Sale Price - $3.99