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This is another Hasslefree Mini, Ray HFA007. There is a zombie version available and a more dynamic version of him swinging the bat, don’t think he’s meant to be playing cricket though but guess depends how you paint him. The backdrop is the Worldworks TerrainLinx Mayhem Armoury. Didn’t get they eyes right. look wrong to me in the pics.


Scooby Doo

Posted: 27/12/2011 in 28mm, Hasslefree, Scooby Doo
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Again these Minis are from Hasslefree, they are set HFN016 “gang and dog” but they are also available individualy. Despite looking very familiar they are named Hamlet, Wolsley, Barney, Felicity and Louise.

I’m working on rules for ATZ and Chaos in Carpathia – ideas welcome, I also just found the “Fear and Faith” rules, in the supplement they have stats for a gang of teenagers with a Great Dane type dog. I’m working through these rules and will let you know how they go.

Various Miniatures from Hasslefree Miniatures. I use them for ATZ scenarios. The background is part of a Worldworks building.

This is “The Family” loosely based around some people I know, the Minis are all from Hasslefree Miniatures.

Shades is Officer Nick HFA032, I have a spare of this mini which I’ll do some conversion work on when time allows

Big Been is Dionne HFA021

Madz is Sadie HFA019

Little Been is Alyx HFA030, this pack comes with loads of different options and is a lovely mini

Ev AKA Spawn is Tony HFA26 again I have a spare of this which I’ll do some conversion work on, think he need a shotgun and may lose the cell phone in favour of a baseball bat or something equally sporty.

The worldworks building is part of the terrain links version of Mayhem city, not convinced on this. I built the original Mayhem City buildings mounting them on foamboard. This set up is scaled slightly smaller and fits better with the figures but takes an immense of work to make all the pieces and I don’t think they look as good when assembled. The advantage is the building can be taken apart and reconfigured. I’m thinking that I may just go with mounting terrainlinks to foam board, losing the modularity but improving the look.