While waiting for people to give Frostgrave demo games to at Ragnarok 2019, I decided to take a few showcase photographs. In today’s post, I redo my Frostgrave Chilopendra and Centipede Demon Showcase from back in 2017. Given that I had time at the event, I figured that redoing the showcase would not hurt. I also happen to have photography skills and equipment so this piece was worth doing over again.
The miniatures in this post were sent to me by North Star Military Figures. They sent them in support of demo games I was running at conventions. Thank you very much for that. On top of that, Jeremy Cada, of Forbes Hobbies, painted these miniatures up for me and they look great. The original post was okay, but these pictures are even better. Of course, the pictures and writing in this post are by me, Jacob Stauttener.
Now, let’s take a closer look.
“Chilopedra are Human / Demon hybrids created when a human sacrifices himself to the demon lord Tiszirain” (Frostgrave: Forgotten Pacts, Page 67). Tiszirain is the lord of consumption and victory and is known for eating the dead. They don’t make an official Tiszirain miniature yet, so North Star sent me this Centipede Demon to fill his place.
The Centipede Demon
This Centipede Demon may not be an official Frostgrave miniature, but he is available through North Star Military Figures. Jeremy did a really nice job on painting this guy up quickly!
I have to say it. This miniature looks great. It comes as a four piece resin model and some of the legs are fragile, but overall it is a really nice looking model that I am happy to have in my collection. Jeremy also did a really cool job on the back of this mini too. Check this out.
I’ve used this guy a few times at various conventions and always have a good time when he hits the table.
Frostgrave Chilopendra and Centipede Demon Miniatures
In Forgotten Pacts, if you make a pact with Tiszirain, you can take a Chilopendra into your warband to fill a soldier slot for free. Pretty cool!
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Wrapping it up…
Hopefully you enjoyed this quick showcase article. As stated earlier, now that I have better skills and equipment, I figured it was a good time to redo the article. Please feel free to check out the original if you want to see where I came from. The photos in this post are much better.
Special thanks goes out again to Jeremy Cada for painting these miniatures up for me. I got a lot of good use out of them. If you are interested in having him paint for you, be sure to check him out at Forbes Hobbies.
Until next time, Happy Gaming Everyone!!!