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A peculiar bit of alien wildlife weirdness via the Sci-fi Frills and Fauna Kickstarter.
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Sci-Fi Frills and Fauna

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I dont tend to promote Kickstarters on this blog terribly often, for various reasons.  As this boutique project is particularly close to my hobby heart I decided to mention it.  I have been waiting for something like the Sci-fi Frills & Fauna miniatures since 1988.

Some of you reading this may have ended up on this blog due to the ongoing Deathworld/Alien Flora & Fauna Project.  Any of you that enjoy the sorts of weirdness found in the bestiary sections of various 1980s sci-fi gaming publications are sure to find some fun things in this Kickstarter.

In many respects this is precisely the sort of thing that Kickstarter was set up to enable: its wonderfully niche and hugely appealing to a small slice of humanity.

The Frills and Fauna Kickstarter is competitively priced too, all the more so if you happen to be paid in anything but GBP at the moment.  Well worth a look, even if only a couple of items take your fancy, the KS accommodates it.

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“SQUIRREL!”

“This Fall, hes gonna hide YOUR nuts for the Winter….”

(rating TBC)

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Ambull

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A desirable vintage piece of Rogue Trader lead joins my Deathworld Flora and Fauna project today: the Ambull.

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Rippy-fish

"We can cross here, off you go Milo.  Whats that?  Oh no... not at all... its perfectly safe..."

“We can cross here, off you go Milo. Whats that? Oh no… not at all… its perfectly safe…”

An oft referenced but rarely seen Rogue Trader beast for show in this evenings entry to the Deathworld/Alien Flora and Fauna project: the carnivorous Rippy-fish.

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Carnivorous Sand Clams

Treacherous sand clam infested jungle.

Treacherous sand clam infested jungle.

No Rogue Trader Deathworld Flora and Fauna Project is complete without a few of these.

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Pulp Alley Inquisitor – The Ragna Rock Pt 3

We're leaving together But still it's farewell...

We’re leaving together,
But still it’s farewell…

And maybe well come back To Earth, who can tell?

And maybe well come back,
To Earth, who can tell?

I guess there is no one to blame Were leaving ground

I guess there is no one to blame,
Were leaving ground…

(Leeeee-viiiiin growwwwnd...)

(Leeeee-viiiiin growwwwnd…)

Will things ever be-ee the same again?

 ...the same again?

Its…

 =][=nquisitor –The Ragna Rock – Act 3

“The Final Countdown”

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