An Introduction to DGS Games / Freeblades
In today’s post, we take a look at a company that caught my eye for some time now. If you follow my Facebook Page, you may very well have notice a number of pictures by DGS Games. For those that don’t know, DGS developed the game Freeblades set in their Faelon gaming world. I don’t know too much about the rules or gaming world, so today’s post will focus in on the miniatures. The goal is to bring awareness to DGS Games’ line of products.
Please note, all of the pictures in this post are from the company’s Facebook page. If you follow the post, you will see some awesome photography at work.
The Miniatures of DGS Games
What caught my attention about this company is their miniatures. As a breath of fresh air, they portray women fully clothed. No chain-mail bikinis here. You can add this company along side the ranks of Bad Squiddo Games and the Female Frostgrave Soldiers Miniatures by North Star Military Figures as a go to for positive female miniatures.
Of course, this is just a small sampling of their 32mm line of miniatures. They make male and female miniatures, and currently have about 40 different sculpts for females in their gaming world. For those wondering, these are cast in the United States of America.
Ever since I joined the DGS Games Facebook page, I have been treated to a plethora of eye candy from the company. Whomever their photographer is, they are doing an excellent job. I share these pictures with the permission of the company.
Now let’s take a closer look at some really cool photos of nicely painted miniatures.
The Black Rose
The Black Rose is one of 12 factions currently available for Freeblades. The minis look really nice!
Did anyone say Dinosaurs?
On top of some really great looking soldiers, Freeblades also has a faction that rides giant lizards called
On top of these factions there are a number of others too. If you are into Frostgrave, you might like this group below. These are their Barbarians.
If you like Frostgrave (or models that would fit that setting), this is the faction to check out. Here they have a number of barbarian themed miniatures suited for fighting in the Northlands.
Wrapping it up…
As stated earlier, I have become a real fan of the pictures coming out from DGS Games. They look great to me and I really wanted to share these images. Special thanks goes out to DGS Games for allowing me to use these pictures in this post.
So far there are 12 factions to play. The pictures above are just a very small sample of what is available. If you like what you see, be sure to check out DGS Games sometime and their game Freeblades.
Also, keep watching this site in the future. I got a sample set of characters to check out and review. Thanks so much for sending that in guys.
Until next time, Happy Gaming Everyone!!!
Update: June 17, 2019 – If you want to read more about the system, check out my post over on Bell of Lost Souls.