Historical Asian Soldier paper miniatures released

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Mar 29th, 2011
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Precis Intermedia have released a set of Historical Asian Soldier paper miniatures.

Historical Asian Soldier paper miniatures

From their announcement:

Precis Intermedia’s latest soldiers set in the ENnie Award-nominated Disposable Heroes(R) line of paper miniatures is now available…

Historical Asian Soldiers: 30 fighting figures primarily from Japan, Chosun, Ming, Mongolia, and Liao, plus Goryo, Song, Tang, and Jurchen warriors. Available as either a Statix or Customizable Download, these miniatures are the perfect accessory for 25/28mm war/miniatures games.

Customizable Disposable Heroes are full color, downloadable paper miniatures that can be customized through an online interface. Specify which figures are downloaded to a PDF file, as well as whether or not they are labeled and/or numbered. In addition, entire pages of duplicate figures can be downloaded, making the creation of armies a breeze. Each set is available as A-Frame Stand-ups, Tri-Fold Stand-ups, and Flat Counters. When printed, the minis are sharp and detailed (black & white figures can also be downloaded for those with older non-color printers). Settings can also be saved for later quick-download or printing to order in full-color.

Statix Disposable Heroes consist of beautifully-illustrated, ready-to-print paper miniatures in the same three formats as customizable sets but as a single, convenient download. And for those who go through armies, Statix sets give you just that–a filled sheet of each figure in each of the three formats, as well as numbering to keep track of duplicates. And if that weren’t enough, each set is done in BOTH color and black & white. In fact, each Statix set is assembled as a single, ready-to-use download via the same online system that powers the Customizable version.

Incorporating one of the first e-publishing RPG companies, Precis Intermedia is known for its diverse line-up of clear and concise games. Visit the Precis Intermedia web site at www.pigames.net for more information.